- Geek & Sci-Fi
If you're not rooting for Machine Gun Kelly after this post, something is wrong with you. Basically, it's evident MGK wants it more than some of his counterparts and the following visuals are proof.
What started as an offbeat conversation in June came to fruition this past Saturday at SXSW in Austin, TX.
One artist that had a considerable amount of buzz before and definitely since SXSW has been the New Orleans MC Dee-1.
There was something different about SXSW this year that was hard to put a finger on at first.
Whatever hype and bold proclamations being passed around regarding Kendrick Lamar, I have to consider them to be true after witnessing his stage show with my own eyes.
Today, we'll be holding fort at Peckerheads for the Bootleggers and Tastemakers stage.
Yo Smoke! No one man should have all that sour. Young Kushedgod, is getting Stoopid McNoopid with his campaign to get T.H.C. (The Hustler's Catalog) to win the Piffulitzer Prize. The latest ashes of his beautiful dark hazy fantasy has the Harlem representer conjuring up visions of a Kanye movie with meteoric-sized weed nuggets flying at him from all corners of the earth.
SXSW mania is full swing around these parts and to officially get you pumped for our stage that incorporates the vast diversity next-gen Hip-Hop has to offer, SMKA Productions in conjunction with Fadia Kadar, iLuvLola and yours truly have compiled the official soundtrack to your Perfect Attendance experience for Austin, TX 2011.
December rumors turned to semi-confirmed hints based off a late February teaser clip and now we have confirmation that Kanye Omari will be descending on ATX next Saturday, March 19th at midnight at the VEVO Power Station. The confirmation came yesterday via the montage clip below, produced by DJ Steve1nder and co.
Mere mortals and supernatural inhabitants of the vast Hip-Hop emporium, the time has come upon us for the mass exodus of culture in SXSW.
Variety: "A couple of years ago, Lewis Jay Meyers, a co-founder of the South by Southwest Music Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas, stood in the middle of Austin's blocked-off Sixth Street, the heart of the club district, as SXSW attendees poured down the sidewalks and traffic lanes.