Earlier this month, two of the most lyrically inclined hip hop artists collaborated and dropped a song called homicide. Logic and Eminem threw all sorts of lyrical acrobats on this track and went crazy on the beat. Towards the end of the track it sounds like a horrible impersonation of a rapper rapping, but it actually is. Comedian Chris D’Elia impersonated Em in one of his comedy skits, and Eminem and Logic decided to add it to the end of the song, which is hilarious.
CantBuyDeem releases a unothordox video fusion of Paid in Full mixed with Chicago trap, showing his version of the “Re-up” process. While Chicago slang has been setting the trend for the industry over the past few years, CantBuyDeem proves with his new visual “STO” that the city is still ahead of the curve. Check it out out here first!
Fireworks shows will never be the same if this catches on. This went down in Australia at the 2019 Avalon Airshow in Avalon, Australia. What takes place is a plane blasting lasers into the crowd, shooting fireworks from its wings like it’s firing the guns, and it all takes place to Sandstorm 2006 by Dream Chaser.
Beastie Boys Legend Mike D enlisted architect Barbara Bestor to devise a haven that celebrates the best of California living. “It’s good to see Mike go from punk artist to hip-hop artist, and then to eventually settle down into his role as a soccer mom.” -@oncenterline
Vampire Weekend have been rolling out their highly anticipated album Father of the Bride due TM and have been rolling out some singles off the project. Check out their vibrant new song “Sunflower” featuring The Internet’s Steve Lacy and have now delivered the amazing music video to go along with it. They got none other than Jonah Hill to direct the video while Jerry Seinfeld makes an appearance. The video also includes Steve Lacy and NY hip-hop legend Fab 5 Freddy.
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We’ll have one glass of champagne and a whole case of unstoppable disaster, please. This guy just wants to go home and smoke a fat blunt & forget about this carnage. Champagne dreams…more like champagne nightmares.
Producer G Jones is in the thick of ‘The Ineffable Truth” tour, his largest headline tour to date, and he just made a stop at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium over the weekend for an unforgettable Saturday night on April 27th. The bill was stacked with a stellar opening lineup that consisted of Stooki Sound, Buku, and Ivy Lab, who all threw down energetic performances to set the stage for the main event. As expected, G Jones set primarily showcased cuts from The Ineffable Truth, but he definitely flexed his DJ skills and snuck in some other material. The visual display features a minimalist monochromatic scheme that created a tasteful,unique, and cohesive experience and allowed the audience to get lost in an 8-bit world of crunchy synths, slapping drums and heavy bass. Our friend Blake Jackson documented the journey. Check out the photos below, and if you get a chance to catch The Ineffable Truth Tour in another city, don’t miss it!
Festival season is here, and you need to stand out from the crowd in the latest luxury streetwear fashion. DRO SS19 Desert Run is the ultimate pop culture inspired collection of premium graphic tees, hoodies, rain jackets and lids.
Welcome to Homemade Tunes, a channel that is dedicated to making a new song for you every week. Unpredictable is the name of the game, every tune is unique, and carefully planned. Music will be available on every platform soon, but for now consider subscribing to their youtube channel.
It was all over the news on Tuesday: CBS rejected a public service announcement highlighting the benefits of medical cannabis, which was intended to be aired during the 2019 Super Bowl.
Klassen is a German tuning company that builds deluxe stretch vehicles. Many of their available cars are expanded by over a full meter. Each vehicle’s private cabin is adorned with everything one needs for luxury traveling.
Led by the well-known Chinese electronic Producer/DJ/Drummer: MICO, the JungleMico Project breaks through the boundaries of traditional electronic music to bring audiences a completely new musical experience.
Producer G Jones has come up the right way. He’s slowly and steadily built up a cult following through consistently releasing quality music and relentlessly touring. No pop gimmicks, or crutch collabs, just consistent grind and a vision. He’s currently in the depths of his biggest tour yet, the massive 30+ city The Ineffable Truth Tour in support of his excellent debut album by the same name. He’s making a stop at Denver’s famous Fillmore Auditorium, and this is one show every bass head needs to catch.