When I received this song and another I had a smile from ear to ear. But God was I pissed when it wasn’t an mp3! I have nothing but love for the folks that hook me up. I was just hyped and wanted to throw this on my ipod with the quickness. Instead I played the video like 12 times that night. Lucky for us Herfection got our backs with the SoundCloud drop. This track even has a Pepsi commercial spot. Yes, big things from the man known as Outasight. *Salutes*
The track was recorded a few months back in LA with Cook Classics and Gigamesh. I’m really proud of this one and I hope it becomes that track that you just can’t stop listening to. Starting tomorrow night you can hear “Tonight Is The Night” in a commercial during X-Factor played behind some absolutely classic footage.
In this episode araabMUZIK talks about his foundation and beginnings learning the MPC and how it took years to perfect his craft. He also discusses upcoming projects with his Dipset crew and other artists including Slaughterhouse, 50 Cent, etc and how he’s considered a performing artists more than just a studio producer. Finally, araabMUZIK also blesses the MPC for a live performance that will undoubtedly prove he’s one of the best to freak the MPC live.
New York’s LES is a place like no other — hustlers, immigrants, rabbis and rockers but amidst the melting pot, one man stands alone — LUIS GUZMAN.
Let Luis Guzman take you around New York’s LES and show you the ropes. Meet his friends: Justin Beiber, Mark Wahlberg, Kid Cudi, Bryan Greenburg, Lake Bell, Victor Rasuk, Duck Sauce, Q-Tip, Pharrell Williams, Asher Roth, Pusha T, and many more.
“I try to make albums like movies, man.” Catching up with RZA behind the scenes at Rock the Bells, it was clear that he sees everything through the prism of a movie screen, including Wu-Tang’s 1993 classic album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). When asked how it all came together, he compared the platinum album’s genre-busting style and MC collaboration to John Woo’s 1989 cult classic Hong Kong action film The Killer, just don’t ask us what it means. RZA’s lyrical genius is as prolific and out-there as ever, so grab yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and take a trip to Shaolin…RZA does not disappoint.
If you haven’t seen any of their skits, get to it!
For our next interview, we sat down with Jeff and Eric Rosenthal otherwise known as comedy duo It’s The Real. In our interview we talk about how they got their start (Eric worked with Kanye West, Jeff as a writer for Rap-Up). We discuss the start of It’s The Real, branching out into podcasts, working with MTV, and projects they’re working on for the future.
This series is too dope and inspiring. I feel the up-and-coming generation needs to follow this series. Not only does it document influential people of now, it goes into their history and how they came to be what they are now. The influencers who influenced them.
All I know is that that’s a big ass book and I want to jot, doodle, scribble, transcript, and scribe on it.
Starting at Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum in 2006, Cameroon-born artist Bili Bidjocka and Lausanne-born curator Simon Njami have been traversing the world inviting creatives of varied professional backgrounds to write on the blank pages of eight enormous books “as if it were their the last opportunity to hand write something.” Their project, called Ecriture Infinie, emphasizes the gestures of writing and the flow of pen on paper rather than actual content.
See how this cat came up? Now he’s in private planes. I have nothing but respect for Wiz Khalifa’s hustle. Peep the fucking hotel suite they have in Vegas! And obviously the bags the size of a pillow full of that green is included.
I always wanted to go base jumping or skydiving but of course nobody wants to do it with me. Chumps! All this video did was make me want to do it REALLY bad now.
There are thousands of people that are exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. This chapter we will take you to Norway, Switzerland and France where people are jumping cliffs as high as 6,000 feet.
Experience Zero Gravity will hopefully provide you with the feeling and the emotion that we feel when we think about the experience of Base Jumping in the most scenic locations of the world.
We go behind the scenes of the ALWAYS ON series by Nike Sportswear featuring Darrelle Revis with music by Jesse Boykins III. Very dope I must say.
In Darrelle Revis’ new ALWAYS ON video, we witness the work ethic that has made him football’s most dominant cornerback. But this behind-the-scenes footage supplies further depth, especially about his interests in music. “The stereotypical athlete lives and dies sports,” says Jesse Boykins III, who provided the backing song “Island of Greatness.” “It’s good to know a cat like Darrelle is passionate about other things.” Before writing the track, Darrelle supplied a list of his favorite artists and influences, from which Boykins created a musical “gumbo.” Of course, we see Darrelle mixing it up on the field too. “They’re working me out a little bit,” he says during the shoot, his sweaty brow glistening under the beaming sun. And opposing receivers will be singing a sad song all season long.