Hump Jones is bonadfide. Nuff said.
"Two icons in my opinion that are drastically different and very much similar. Contributing to the worlds of art and music, both leaving influential marks. How many can say they’re as unique as these two were? How many have left such an impression and will continue to as long time is recorded." - eklektic If you like what you see order one now because they'll be gone in a few days. http://www.storenvy.com/produc ts/1676478-ol-dirty-basquiat-v ersion-1-white-limited-edition -t-shirt
I think it was a poor song. I think the sentiments relayed are relatable to a whole lot of people . I feel if Brad Paisley is being genuine, it's brave of him to sing such a song considering his constituents. There are a few lines that are very powerful. I think LL Cool J's verse was wack but still it expressed some real issues. This type of song is in no way new. I think seeing as we're in this made up 'post-racial' Amerika this song is regarded as tremendously terrible not because of how bad it is songwise [...]
Stay Tuned for the TRAP. Post TRAP E.R.A. LP to be released in 2013. This promo clip is DumDum RePurposed by Lil Young Conscious prodiced by Baauer (of MadDecent). Full song can be heard and downloaded at the following link: http://bit.ly/LilBaauer Song is the from the forthcoming Post TRAP E.R.A. Mixtape the lead up to the Post TRAP E.R.A. LP. Follow Lil Young Conscious on Twitter at: http://Twitter.com/Young_Consc ious Follow "Trap City Statistics" on Tumblr: http://lilyoungconscious.tumbl r.com [...]
First impressions are lasting ones they say. Fortunately for me that isn't always the case. I was introduced to Glam.I.Rock via the song "SMS". Totally didn't 'feel' it. This one though, not so bad. Perusing her Youtube titles I'm sure there's more I'll like. I was also aware of her talent as a musician, I'm interested in hearing what else she has to offer. (Shout out to @ DrPostALot for tweeting me the link to this video.)
If you're an artist in New York, you may feel some kind of way about the fact that New York radio simply doesn't play enough of it's own. Instead of continuing the discussion by complaining about what's not happening we decided it would make a whole lot more sense to try and begin filling the void. There's a radio show in the works and some major things cooking, but until then we have the internet. On this blog what you'll get is audio and video from New York Hiphop artists. Cut and dry. [...]
Why fight my brother, when I could beat the system.
Haven't seen any of these kats in a minute. Interesting collaboration.
Yall worried about spittin, I'm worried about a pension.