Here is the preview trailer for Shortypop's second lookbook which features apparel from the company as well as other goodies (Scantly clad or other). The lookbook's first installment was a huge success in the streetwear circles and hipster gossip circles.
This looks very promising, both for the artists involved and the company's aesthetic.
This preview features music from Hi Jynx, a song titled "Reminisce".
Check out more from Shortypop at their Homepage Here
Shortypop on Twitter: @Shortypop
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Listen/ Download Here. Hi Jynx - Tattoo!
Here's what Hi Jynx has to say about the latest Leak from his upcoming project:
" What's good? Thank You for allowing the previous Leak, titled "Stress", to do over 700 Downloads its' first week. Steady!
If you were rocking with that record I just want to say...
Without further hesitation here is the Second Leak off my upcoming release effort. "
Follow Hi Jynx on Twitter. Here
Didn't know there was a video for this.
Ron Browz was always right for making this song though. Begging is the only way he can assume to get money these days since Lord Hov proclaimed "Olde Death of Thou Auto-tuneth".
Words from the man who made Jello Pudding more famous than our fucking Mothers:
" I don’t like referring to the music as ‘clean,” says Cosby, who does not rap or sing on the album. “What I like is what you’re not going to do. You’re not going to curse. You’re not going to put women down. You’re not going to put the glory of the gun somewhere. And you’re not going to put a whole lot of violence up front like that’s the thing that will cleanse you and make you feel better. "
Now we understand Bill's plight with the black community. It's akin to Oprah's and her struggle. We do honestly think though, however, that this is somewhat infringing on the premise that you cannot turn a dislike or personal disdain around by attacking what you have a negative opinion towards, at its core and helm.
Listen to it if you dare. Here
Bill Cosby Presents the Cosnarati: State of Emergency drops November 24th.
Common getting it in. Here's a short interview clip he did surrounding Hennessey's Artistry Series. Interesting.
Common is a cool dude, rocks interviews for the most part.
Guess who's bizzack! And just in time for the holidays!
Nigo and company deliver with some fancy wristwear:
" A Bathing Ape will soon be releasing the Winter 2009 version of their always impressive catalog. This new season will feature a variety of Bape items including some of the upcoming URSUS BAPE releases. The book will also include a special limited edition camo watch. A release is scheduled for October 16th, 2009 through Amazon.co.jp with retail set at ￥1,260 (Approx. $15 USD). "
Monday, October 12, 2009
Listen/ Download Here. J Face - Wasted Talent
Here's the second single off of J Face's effort Still Aight.
This is what the man himself has to say about the track:
"Wasted Talent touches on a subject very common to our society, especially in the entertainment business; drug/alcohol and abuse. There's been more than a handful of successful individuals who fell victim to substance abuse, and even some on the verge of success not making it to their full potential. As role models to the younger generation, I think its important that this issue is pushed because this is all we see on-screen. There's more to these individuals than whats portrayed by the media."
Dope check it out!
Fell free to follow him on Twitter Here
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
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This Thursday October 8th catch one of the dopest to do it Nick Catchdubs at Plan B in New York City.
It'll be dope, come out and have a dope time getting caught up with one of NY's finest.
339 10th Street Bet. Ave A & Ave B
Follow Nick on Twitter Here
Monday, October 5, 2009
Not sure if this constitues as winning, but when you don't even rap and you're more welcomed than your significant other who does in the rap world, you're doing something right!
*cue the Tahiry haters*
Click here to view the ever so lovely gallery where more pics are located.
The FADER Presents
ONE STEP BEYOND at the American Museum of Natural History
Friday, October 9, 2009
Devlin & Darko
9pm - 1am
$25- Price includes admission to the Space Show and a free return visit to the Museum.
Buy tickets in advance at amnh.org/osb
The Rose Center for Earth and Space
Enter on 79th Street at Central Park West
Must be 21. ID Required
Here it is again folks! If you missed out on our coverage from part 2 Here, Then you definitely don't want to miss the chance to catch this Fall's Show & Tell 3 event put together by none other than the lovely Miss Elizabeth Allen of EMA Photography.
Click Here for pictures and event coverage of the last installment.
92-29 Queens Blvd.
Rego Park NY 11374
Train: G/R/V To Woodhaven Blvd