Thursday, July 31, 2014
Kendrick Lamar and director Khalid Joseph will debut a 14-minute short film called m.A.A.d, which draws inspiration from K.Dot’s debut LP, good kid, m.A.A.d city on August 9th. The film will help launch Sundance’s new Next Fest, a mini-film festival that will spotlight talented young directors on the rise.
A short description from FADER‘s announcement:
“a kaleidoscope of storylines and ideas that defy typical categorization to explore new languages and new forms.”
Hit the jump to check out a flyer.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Action Bronson tours the UK often, so you know a Fuck, That’s Delicious in dear Old Blighty was coming sooner or later. Mr Wonderful out does himself by exposing the masses to everything from char siu bao (chinese bbq pork buns) to his own concoction “white trash bruschetta” using Liverpool’s favorite dish, scouse. Action does not stop there, he even found time to make chicken wings in the style of the renowned Dallas BBQ after a show. Our UK jaunt comes to close with some Nigerian home cooking on the outskirts of London. Enjoy.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Joell does an in-studio performance of the “House Slippers (Remix)” by Operator Emz during a recent trip to StreetSweeper Radio with DJ Kay Slay.
Here’s your chance to get familiar with rising Harlem talent Dave East if you haven’t already. His new 15-track mixtape Black Rose features production from Sean C & LV, Sunny Dukes and others, plus a single guest appearance from Smoke DZA.
Stream and download below.
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Last night, the second leg of J.Cole’s Dollar And A Dream Tour landed in NYC and everybody and their mother was there lined up around the block for $1 tickets. These are a couple of clips from the performance courtesy of VIBE.
Above, Jermaine does “Just To Get By” and “Dead Presidents II” and below is a clip of him doing “Dreams”.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Common sits down with HardKnock TV to talk about the concept behind his new album, the work that rappers like himself, Rhymefest and Lupe Fiasco are doing to make an impact on the streets of Chicago, how he feels about the term “Chi-Raq”, working with No I.D. and Vince Staples on “Kingdom” and much more.
In part 1 Common talks to Nick Huff Barili about the concept behind his 10th album Nobody Smiling, working with Vince Staples on tracks for album, why the track he worked on with Chance The Rapper didn’t make the album, how he feels about Chiraq and much more. Stay tuned next week for more with Common.
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