Monthly Archives: November 2012
Boiler Room TV presents a new episode this week featuring ?uestlove behind the boards. The entire set is a tribute to J-Dilla and features some unheard Roots rehearsal tracks of Dilla beats. I would recommend just downloading the podcast, instead of watching the whole video. These broadcasts always contain a..
#BEEN #TRILL is a DJ/Creative collective that is affiliated with some guy named Kanye. As a part of the launch of their clothing line collabo with cool clothing heavyweight Stussy the crew cooked up a very smooth mix with #rare edits/remixes of everything from Jamie XX to 2 Chainz. This..
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I picked this little gem up yesterday at Unique Thrift. We all remember the classic film; but what about the album it inspired? This late 90′s comp included the likes of Will Smith, Jermaine Dupri, Snoop Dogg, Ginuwine, a young Alicia Keys, The Roots, D’Angelo, Trey Lorenz (his name will..
Chances are David Geffen has had some sort of effect on your life (HE BIRTHED ASYLUM, THE LABEL GUCCI MANE IS SIGNED TO), the man is kind of a big deal. PBS dropped a documentary on him last week while you were scrambling home for Thanksgiving, I was floored after..
A smooth jam from The Game and hometown hero Wale. I’ve never been the biggest Cool and Dre fan, but this might actually redeem them from the travesty that was Celebration (real Bone Thugs fans feel me on that). Who is that singing in the background? Cool or Dre? Some..
Wale and mixtapes have a history.. a real good history. This past Wednesday he dropped ‘Freedom Of Speech’, the first song off his upcoming DJ Clark Kent assisted, christmas stocking stuffing mixtape Folarin. The track is good enough to have even a Republican head nodding to the Obama sample. Tip your curly W..
Prepare yourselves. Lee Bannon has entered the trap with Smoke DZA. On both songs from DZA’s new tape, Bannon uses the cooing baby noise from “Are You That Somebody?” He does it for the same reason Timbaland did it: there is no reason, it just works. What comes out are..