Thursday, October 4, 2012
Here's the visuals for Cali native Rocky Diamonds new single "Need Time," which is off latest project "The Diamond Life 3!" If you haven't, you can download it below. Don't Sleep on this dude, it'll be worth the listen.
Posted by Dre Renner at 10:45 AM
Here's an interview that Danny Brown and the Bruiser Brigade had with Pitchfork at the legendary Gleason’s Gym for the latest episode of Selector. You can also check out the bonus freestyle below. Enjoy!
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
A$AP Rocky, ScHoolboy Q and Danny Brown discuss their first week on tour together. To see if the tour is coming your way, check out the remaining dates, on their website at http://www.asapmob.com/tour/
Posted by Dre Renner at 3:20 PM
Kendrick Lamar - Compton feat. Dr. Dre (Prod. by Just Blaze) by TDEnation
Posted by Thomas Palmer at 1:14 PM
INDICUD, he even said, "Mark my words, INDICUD will be the greatest album ever made. Know that I'm not lying."
Kid Cudi - King Wizard (Prod. By Kid Cudi) by dp16
Kid Cudi - King Wizard (Prod. By Kid Cudi) by dp16
Posted by Thomas Palmer at 9:00 AM
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Its finally here, the wait is over. Smoke DZA releases his new project titled "K.O.N.Y." With production from Harry Fraud, as well as beats from 183rd and Ski Beatz & features from King Chip, Fat Trel, Ab-Soul, Big K.R.I.T., Joey Bada$$, A$AP Twelvyy and plenty more, make is project a sure download.
On top of his mixtape dropping today, Smoke DZA’s "He Has Risen" tour kicks off today as well. Make sure to check the tour dates to see if this show is coming near you, because this is one line-up you don’t want to miss!
Posted by Dre Renner at 5:52 PM
Here's an in-studio visual of NYC native Angel Haze, spitting over Chief Keef's "I Don't Like," hit record. Don't sleep on this, she spit wayyy better then the majority of people who tried to rap over this beat. You'll probably become a fan after hearing this, if you never heard of her before. Enjoy!
Posted by Dre Renner at 12:31 PM
Monday, October 1, 2012
BECOMING is an interview series that uncovers what successful actors, musicians, chefs, athletes and others, did to get to be leaders in their industries. In this episode Nas is being interviewed on what life was like leading up to success, which moments made the difference in achieving it?, the mistakes and resulting pitfalls experienced, and the people who helped guide them along the way. Be on the lookout for part 2.
Posted by Dre Renner at 7:22 PM
GhostWridah releases his new track “Born Free” as he samples M.I.A.'s "BornFree." Listen as GhostWridah goes in about breaking out the underground world and making it big as he won’t be held down. Production was done by Tony Galvin. Be on the look out as he is working on his next project "Flu Game: The Michael Jordan Theory 2" dropping sometime in Decemeber.
Posted by Dre Renner at 4:53 PM
If you never heard of Dime Don before, now is the time to get hip. She's an female mc thats reppin the BAKER$CLUB. She was born and raised in Uptown Manhattan, New York. You can describe her music as raunchy, hardcore but yet has a designer look to it. But don't sleep on her tho, she's ill with the word play, got metaphors and punchlines for days and she spits real shit about her life$tyle. If you haven't you can check out her first project "Day Of A Don," HERE. But Here's a new track from her, where she spits over Fat Trel & Chief Keef's "Russian Roulette," Be on the lookout for her upcoming project "LA MAFIA," which is set to release this fall. If you want to find out more info, you can check out the BAKER$CLUB website HERE!
Posted by Dre Renner at 4:07 PM
Stalley kicks it with Rick Ross and Nipsey Hussle out in California in this new video for ‘Fountain Of Youth’, directed by Kellen Dengler & DRE Films. MMG’s Self Made Vol. 2 in stores now.
Posted by Dre Renner at 2:38 PM
Sunday, September 30, 2012
New mixtape from Atlanta/Two9 duo, Retro $ushi! titled "Kung Fu In Japan." The tape features production from Benny Sings, Curtis Williams, CEEJ, SB, Del Fresco and many more. A few notable tracks that will easily appeal to the ear include "Staying True,", "Matress/ They Know,"" Zonin," and many more. Check out the stream below.
Posted by Dre Renner at 10:01 PM
Source: HypebeastCheck out the upcoming collection for PIGALLE's "New Eve!"
Pigalle‘s Stephane Ashpool-designed collection for Fall/Winter 2012 was an ode to a bygone era. It wasn’t the hyper-masculine 1960s of Don Draper or rustic turn-of-the century Americana however; the Parisian label drew instead from the Jazz Age of Gatsby with a European flair that suggested “An American in Paris.” It was an age of “intense virility, elegance and a nonchalantly assumed femininity,” according to Pigalle, and this was displayed with a procession of flamboyant, bohemian clothing in the sultry atmosphere of a speakeasy. The collection was showcased in acts, a succession of seductive evening colors and sumptuous fabrication — from velvet to hare felt, everything was about touch and sensuality. Of note, a medley of louche, luxurious tailored clothing and — like a nod to the brand’s popularity on the streets — the repeated appearance of Coogi-type sweaters that would make Biggie proud. Watch the innovative show above and look for Pigalle’s “New Eve” collection to hit stockists soon.
Posted by Dre Renner at 8:02 PM
Mac Miller hit the stage in Santa Barbara for "The Macadelic Tour." He debuted a song produced by Diplo, that sounds very dope. Look for this to appear on his upcoming album that will release sometime next year. But be on the lookout for his "Pink Slime" EP with Pharrell is coming soon.
Posted by Dre Renner at 7:31 PM
KIDULT " Visual Dictatorship" from misery on Vimeo.
In his latest video Kidult delivers a powerful reminder touching on the current state of corporatism merging with the worlds of fashion and graffiti. Putting his work in context by juxtaposing himself against names including including Christian Louboutin and Marc Jacobs, the Paris-born graffiti sprayer effectively presents a commentary on high fashion’s bastardized use of the street art form. Divulging additional footage of his tags on numerous commercial storefronts, the video also follows Kidult Army crews through Hong Kong, Paris and New York accompanied by dialogue throughout.