Uruguay will soon be selling weed to the public at rock-bottom prices ($1 USD per gram). But Mujica (Uruguay’s President), a former left-wing guerrilla turned Latin political icon, doesn’t want his country seen as South America’s capital of cannabis. Once approved, you’ll go to a pharmacy, or public hospital, and place your finger on a scanner that will register whether you qualify and how much marijuana you’ve already gotten. (The limit is 40 grams a month).
Mac dropped several live viral videos dubbed “The Space Migration Sessions”. Mac sings (and doesn’t rap) his new tune while backed by the Odd Future-affiliated band the Internet and DJ Clockwork. This track appears to be a definite growth in Miller’s music & we can’t wait for more.
Three Loco are here to make their impact on the rap world, with the unholy team up between Riff Raff, Andy Milonakis and Dirt Nasty you know the results are going to be outrageous. The video for NEATO is their official coming out party and they scored Mike Clattenburg (Mastermind behind Canada’s hit series Trailer Park Boys) to direct it!? The chopped horn beat produced by Nik Nikateen will get your head bouncing to the trios onslaught of off the wall punch lines.
Future’s trap-spaceship banger “Move That Dope” is easily our favorite rap song of 2014 thus far. For a music video, it deserves nothing less than, like, a Paul Thomas Anderson film, and that’s more than director Benny Boom is capable of. But Boom has still put together a fun clip for the song, with screaming sirens and Point Break-inspired president masks and Zack Morris cell phones. This is sadly the Casino-free version of the song, but Future and guests Pusha T and Pharrell all display dangerous levels of charisma. Also, Pharrell is still wearing the Smoky The Bear hat, and Schoolboy Q and Tyler, The Creator show up for why-are-they-there cameos. Watch it below.
Why has no one thought to put a dope backing track to auctions before? Is it because it just wasn’t something anyone considered or because no one is running auctions like the guy in this video? How close are we to seeing “cowboy rappers” on the charts now that someone has discovered Rhett Parks of Whitewood Livestock? Parks, the manager and auctioneer of Whitewood currently uses his fast talking (he would make the Gilmore Girls jealous) to push cattle prices up at auction, but there’s no reason that he can’t become an international sensation with a good producer!
The current state of American cable news is just depressing. The Washington Free Beacon put together one of the most hysterical montages you’ll see of Sharpton failing to read his own script and screwing up everything from Supreme Court Justices to world capitals to popular fast food chains.
Vine has seen its fair share of douchebags, but this kid takes the cake. Someone tell him he’s white and he doesn’t have a gun. This video needs to be turned into a “stay in school campaign” ratttatttatttaa
Many think that hip hop music has lost it’s original sound and message, but Denver would disagree after listening to the new mixtape “Stay Humble” by Eddie Knolls. Hosted and mixed by KS 1075’s very own DJ Chonz, this organic sounding mixtape features Eddie’s golden era style seamlessly meshed with DJ Chonz’s sharp scratching, and will undoubtedly be the talk amongst the Hip-Hop community.
This video mash-up of Alice in Wonderland x 3 6 Mafia “Like a Pimp” is hilarious! Very creatively and professionally put together by Lindsay Scoggins.
This homeless beatboxer’s song is hotter than most of what we hear on the radio.”Red” kills it with the G-Funk beat boxing in the parking lot. This man IS soul. 100%.
Drake wanted to find out what people really thought about him, so he put on a disguised and went out to ask pedestrians what they think about Drake.
Funkmaster Flex throws on the instrumental for Mobb Deep’s “Survival of the Fittest” and Mac runs with it. Between this and his Flying Lotus-produced single, “S.D.S.,” Mac appears to have reinvented his persona for the better. In the freestyle, he even says that he “thinks this [album] might be some of his best work.” @hypetrak
The song’s hook first appeared as a teaser at the end of Kendrick Lamar’s music video for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” The full clean version of the song then appeared on the NBA Live 14 Soundtrack.
Chris D’Elia explains why conversations with drunk girls never go anywhere. Basically when girls get drunk, they don’t even know what they’re talking about.
Flume “Space Cadet” featuring Ghostface Killah & Autre Ne Veut, taken from the Flume Deluxe Edition. Produced by Forest City Rockers & Directed by Jim Dirschberger.