Here’s my pick: Gettin cream let’s do this, it gets tedious, so I keep one eye open like, C-B-S
The beautiful Goapele (pronounced gwah-puh-lay) is back in full force with a new album, nightclub and a boutique to match.
“I learned just enough to realize I had to be involved on the business side and to put out my own music,” she says. “I could not even describe the style of music I was writing and performing, and that was part of the reason there was no label involved for a long time. It seemed like a label’s interference could make the music switch direction. I really wanted to see if the music I wanted to do could succeed.”
We all act ignorant at times, some more than others and if you feel you don’t you’re lying to yourself. This video should be reality to some of you out there, which is off TiRon’s Ketchup mixtape.
Ghostface made an in-store appearance a couple days ago at the downtown Chicago Adidas Store to visit with fans, sign autographs and promote his upcoming album Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City. I wish I could have been there for this event, but you can’t make them all. This is one album I’m definitely looking forward to this Fall.
Jay West, an artist out of California hits us with his latest video for ‘The Language’ – a smooth joint done in all black and white. Check it out.
NOTE: Jah: Shout out to Becky Billions for looking real nice in the video.
Yesterday the Clipse covered Complex mag with some mean artwork by KAWS, now here is the second issue of the October/November 2009 issue featuring the snowman. The cover is cool but it’s plain to see that the Clipse x KAWS piece is the premier cover. Hit the jump to view the behind the scenes look of the cover. Read More
Fruit Loops and fresh shoes, just a few of my favorite things. The Hundreds give us a little preview of some new releases from a couple of their lines including the Johnson Low, Mid and Valenzuelas. They’re available now at select relatailers, The Hundreds flagship stores and their online store. Hit the jump for another detailed image courtesy of HB.
I know what some of you probably are already thinking based upon the title, “a Disney graffiti exhibition”? This has nothing at all to do with the movie made by Disney – just had to throw that out there.
“On September 26,2009, Mid City Art Gallery, in Los Angeles California, presents “BEAUTY and the BEAST”. The courageous Installation/Exhibition from two of the most dynamic and opposing forces within the world of Spray Can Art… COPE 2 and CHORBOOGIE.”