Something for everyone.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Ever improving DMV emcee Black Cobain drops the first video from his upcoming LRG-hosted mixtape Perfect Contradiction.
Spring may not be in the air just yet but a pleasant photosynthesis is definitely around the corner.
If Caine and O-Dog would have had a chill ass soundtrack like this to spend their summer to, maybe their autumn would have turned out a lot of better.
Freddie Gibbs' Cold Day In Hell will be the tape that has a snowball's chance being remembered weeks and months from now.
Equipped with the heavenly voice of Goapele, The Kid Daytona is looking towards the sky and giving thanks to that higher power that gave him his heartbeat and ability to stay on beats from Statik Selektah with clever lines.
Daytona is wheeling and dealing with that excrement that keeps all the insects buzzing in the summertime.
When you make a bomb ass dinner and don't finish it all, you don't throw it away; you have leftovers.
The mayor of the "G" wants you to know that the day he aligns himself with something fake is the same day snowball fights in Hades become an Olympic event.
Live and direct from the U.S.A.'s Spanish terriority, The Kid Daytona is broiling his vowels---The Interlude, exotic and international---in the pot until the ingredients are seasoned with utmost flavor. The "Bobby Flay of this game" cooks up another awe-inspiring visual in San Juan with his mean team, LRG for your Hip-Hop entertainment needs. Kiss the ring, suckas. We told you this tape was fire.
That good 'ol peanut butter & jelly utensil may not be the sharpest tool in the drawer, but don't think for a second you won't get cut with the quickness in the true thick of things. Raekwon alongside LRG continue their deadly tandem and Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang onslaught which takes The Chef back to the crime side. The New York Times side. Park Hill projects is where it all began so a revisit to the essence was overdo. The hallways are the battle zone, the average resident unwillingly becomes a street soldier where the witty, unpredictable results can either amount to scarred life experiences or badges of honor. Rae's fifth is available now.
Raekwon's Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang is über slept-on in the Wu kitchen, but in no way, shape or form is that a direct reflection on the quality ingredients sprinkled in his Twenty Eleven gumbo pot. Take the gruesome cinema of "Ferry Boat Killaz" for example. Picking up right where their killer collab "Surgical Gloves" left off, Rae and Alan The Chemist give the moonlight new energy without the association of a club.
While today is usually reserved for the rappers releasing their Mary-Jane themed mixtapes and posse cuts, who would have thought that a clothing line would up the ante and give the most boldest of smokers some outerwear to compliment the aroma on their body. Count LRG in with the addition of their 4/20 High Times Ahead Capsule Collection.
I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm a visual person. Products that look dope grab my immediate attention and the cover art for tabi's Postcard From Abroad looks like warm, playful vacation music.
It won't be cold forever this year and if you're looking forward to lamping in the Hamptons like the distinguished members of the Atlantic coast, L-R-G, some your favorite artists and an eclectic mix of sportsters will show you how to look cool when you're catching a cool breeze. Mardy Gilyard of the scrappy St. Louis Rams, X-Game all-stars Chris Grenier, Billy Marks, Jack Curtin and melody makers 9th Wonder and Aloe Blacc all convene for spring as tunes from The Kid Daytona's The Interlude acts as the glue to make it all stick.