First Spitta hooked up with Alchemist for Covert Coupe, then Monsta Beatz and Styles P for The First 28. Now, Spitta’s most recent collab pairs him with Harry Fraud and the outcome is exactly what you expect. Good smooth music and dope raps. Audio dope. La music de Harry Fraud >.
In honor of Serena’s championship at Wimbledon I could help but remember when she and Venus starred in this Memphis Bleek video from 2000. Wow, 12 years.
Racks on racks on racks. Shot by Terry Richardson.
If for some reason you’re still sleep on Dom Kennedy you need to rewind yourself to 2008 and do your homework. But for those of you who are up to speed with the homie, this is the album he talked about during his tour if you caught that. The single “My Type of Party” is already my personal summer anthem and this mixtape has a few of those caliber joints on it. Appearances from Too $hort, Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs and Kendrick Lamar.
The coolest shit out ain’t the radio folks.
Judging from the Spurs lineup, I’d venture to say that not to many of Coach Pop’s players can recite Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones” word for word. Either way, this commercial is dope and further cements the relationship between hip hop and the NBA.
Remember the late 90’s when labels were still giving hip hop artists huge budgets for videos. Of course those days are over but Jay and ‘Ye are clearly operating in their own lane. Not only is this video amazing but it’s relevant, considering Time Magazine named the Protestor as the its person of the year in 2011.
Well those of us expecting a response from Pusha to Wayne’s “Ghoulish” didn’t get our wish over the Memorial Day weekend. But I’ll take these visuals from Exodus 23:1 as a consolation prize.
The Queensbridge don releases the video for the second single from his upcoming album, Life Is Good dropping 7/17!!!