All Entries Tagged With: "hip-hop"
DJ Rumor shows respect to James Brown by making a killer tribute mix!
Jay Shells channeled his love of hip hop music and his uncanny sign-making skills towards a brand new project: “Rap Quotes.
Legendary Brick City Hip-Hop Legend – “Redman” speaks on his experience with Def Jam.
This mix-tape right here is a nostalgic classic. Los, Angeles beat producer AL PATRON released his mix-tape titled – “Short Cuts”.
Nice and Slow is a collaboration of Kydd Jones and Max Frost out of Austin “music capital of the world” Texas.
Once a year graffiti artist, b-boys, dj’s and mc’s from all over Texas unite at the Pine Street Station in Austin, TX to celebrate the hip-hop culture. This year at Emerge consisted of the same four elements of the hip-hop culture and a mysterious hula hook girl that kept the masses thoroughly entertained to no end.
In this short film you will see the story of a little boy who loses his mother to a disease at a very young age. During her last hours, she hands her son a picture of her father and tells him to find him.
Oh No guides you through his technology expeirence in Japan which consist of multiple touch screens, rollercoasters, various simulators and some video games.
Racism and homophobia are social diseases. When only symptoms of these contagious diseases are treated, they spring up in other less obvious incarnations. No matter what we tell ourselves, we have not treated these ailments, we’ve merely mutated our racism and homophobia. We’ve trained ourselves not to use easily recognizable hate speech. Our racism has traded in the N word for coded language like “welfare queens” and our anti-gay crusaders reserve the F word for private conversation, shifting their public rhetoric to “family values.”
In dedication to Michael Jackson’s b-day, I choose to expose B-Boy Recons version of the moonwalk.
Kool Keith speaks about the state of women today in his own unique and hilarious way.
On August 4th, 2012 I took a trip to Houston, TX to capture footage of the following well know underground DJ’s and MC’s at Numbers night club: J-Live, DJ NuMark and Planet Asia.
He turns it into a raucous, scratch-laden partystarter, conjuring the maximalist feel of late ’80s/early ’90s rap and dance music.
Dorsh made Neopolitan to show people that it is ok to be yourself, to celebrate differences, and to embrace more than ONE kind of music! People learn the best through music, and Neopolitan presents a new way to grasp the concept of a “diverse” album and artist.
In a climate where commercial media has set a prescribed and formulaic approach to the dissemination of art, Condensed Milk is an independent collective of like minded graphic designers, beat makers, DJ’s and crate diggers.
On this project titled – “Odd Renditions”, Oddisee carefully selected four artist of different musical generes, and remixed their tracks.
Ta-Ku is one of the most prolific and active beatmaker today, consistently releasing new tracks as well as mixes and remixes.
Brian Bradley a.k.a. The Astronomical Kid a.k.a. Astro showed X – Factor what true hip-hop is all about.
Have you ever wanted to be a rock and roll star??
Anyone that loves classic hip-hop knows about the Souls of Mischief.