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Meet James Seville.
The paper chase.
Trademark Da Skydiver's aiming to make his mark on the solo tip with Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale but that doesn't mean he's leaving his Jet la familia behind.
On a laid back outing reminiscent of their crew’s golden era '90s influences, Trademark Da Skydiver and Young Roddy’s video for “Welcome” pulls visual cues from that time as well.
The three-headed smoke monster that is Jet Life, keeps it simple in the video for "No Sleep." Bottles, models and throttles are the order of the day, and Trademark, Curren$y and Roddy seem perfectly comfortable in these familiar surroundings.
There couldn't be a more appropriate title for this song.
Considering the Jet Life boys have a reputation for getting higher than extra-terrestrials, it's only fitting they'd come together to dial up this new track, "Phone Home.
As a fan, in order to get the most out of your entertainment experience, you obviously want your favorite artists maxing out their creativity.
Since Jet World Order has finally landed at your local retailers, it was only right we gave a little more incentive to get in the whip and pick up a copy.
You know when you're over at your aunt's house and they've got one of those old, Casio keyboards, with the built in Entertainment-Tonight-esque demo songs.
That pesky foot injury may have slowed Spitta down for a moment, but everything seems to be falling right into place for the young man from the bottom of the map.
They say all work and no play is an easy way burn yourself out in whatever path you take in life.
When you're rolling with The Jets, you're bound to be in slow motion.
Nesby Phips presents "Chemtrails," shot and directed by Nesby himself on an iPhone.
There was a time about two years ago when The Cool Kids could do no wrong. However, that time's long since passed as the CK masses wait--without held breath--for any sight or sound of When Fish Ride Bicycles. Since disgruntled fans can sample Mr. Inglish's production tastes on the latest Chip Tha Ripper and Mac Miller mixtapes, Sir Rocks is dishing out his solo debut mixtape, The Rocks Report, to satiate the crowds and keep his name relevant. The skinnier half of CK teams with Sensei Beatz, Trademark Da Skydiver, Phil Adé and Madlib to invigorate Rock's always-hubristic lines.