The #June18th release party is officially here and Kanye West’s Yeezus, J. Cole’s Born Sinner, Mac Miller’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Statik Selektah’s Extended Play,
Madlib Quasimoto’s Yessir, Whatever are all up for grabs. We asked y’all who you thought would put out the best album last month and today we’d like to know which ones you will actually be supporting. Hit the jump and let us know!
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Red hot Italian/Puerto Rican model Stephanie Rao gets the honors and shows off her magnificent frame for this week’s Saturday Night Sexy. Check out more of the Miami-Dade-born vixen after the jump.
The good people at Noisey recently put up an incredible and in-depth feature combing through the history of one of
hip hop music’s most mysterious minds, MF DOOM (or… DOOM). Take a look at the intro below and following the link to the full article.
MF DOOM is the most inimitable figure in hip-hop. As prolific as he is elusive, London-born and New York-bred Daniel Dumile owned artist anonymity long before SBTRKT donned his feathers and Daft Punk were still wearing bags on their heads. From behind the privacy of a metal mask, DOOM has painstakingly crafted a world of his own that’s invited a cult following of fans like no other rap artist. It’s a world drenched in sci-fi and comic book references, built through multiple personas, inseparable visuals and, of course, laboriously constructed bodies of music. Whether it be a concept album or left-field collaborations DOOM’s world is one of a kind.
Now with a new premiere on the horizon we look at the milestones in the many chapters of DOOM.
READ: The Evolution of MF DOOM
Jay-Z’s Life+Times recently put up the above image, leaving everyone to wonder what the clear message is here. Has Mr. Carter officially inked that reported $20 Million deal with Samsung? Hopefully leading to a new commercial that features new music? Whatever the case may be, we’ll all be tuning in to Game 5 of the NBA Finals this Sunday evening at 9:15pm EST.
The 3 Kings get together for a photo op. Happy birthday Yeezus!
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Not to be confused by Wesley Snipes’ character in the 1992 classic film, White Man Can’t Jump [II], model vixen and bartender at Miami Beach’s premium nightclub Mokai Lounge, shows us that she’s one-of-a-kind in tonight’s Saturday Night Sexy.
Photos by HellaDecent/ThatRapDude.
The Stay Trippy Tour invaded Sacramento featuring A$AP Ferg and headliner Juicy J at the Ace of Spades. Starting with A$AP Ferg as the tour’s opener, he intends to get the crowd excited from the first song he performs. Within 10 minutes of starting his set, a male fan snatched Ferg’s hat during his performance but he didn’t catch a glimpse of the thirsty fan. He then stopped the show for about a minute to address the situation and call him out on it. A few songs in, he and Marty Baller lightened up the mood by inviting girls on stage to dance while they kept performing. Marty had his watergun on deck spraying it towards the crowd and Ferg had a water bottle handy to do the same. Among the songs performed, “Work” of course had everyone hyped up and even did his verse from the all-star remix. Juicy J’s set featured a grip of his strip club anthems like “Bandz A Make Her Dance” and he also got into some classic Three 6 Mafia tracks like “Stay Fly” and “Poppin’ My Collar”. Juicy joined in on the fun of inviting more girls on stage and trying to hook up some lucky dudes in the process. Juicy loves to interact with the crowd during his shows and at one point, he asks where the best strip club is. The man truly does love to party.
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Despite a slow start due to Memorial Day Weekend, this past week featured a lot of quality musical contributions from the likes of Statik Selektah,
Sir Michael Rocks, Young Jeezy, Vic Mensa, Rich Kidd, J. Cole, Talib Kweli, GhostWridah, De La Soul, TiRon & Ayomari, Masta Ace, Emilio Rojas, Alex Wiley, AZ, THURZ, Raekwon, Run These Jewels (El-P x Killer Mike), Big Boi, Problem, Freddie Gibbs, Jadakiss, Jarren Benton, Fabolous, Joell Ortiz and much more.
Nearly a year after we first got a preview, Akomplice Clothing and Raekwon have finally decided to unleash their collaborative limited-edition Pelican Belt to the world.
The Akomplice x Raekwon Pelican Belt is made of premium leather and comes in both black and brown. The Akomplice logo is embossed, and Raekwon’s name is laser etched onto the leather, giving two different looks to one belt. This belt is a true collector’s item, as it will only see a 25 piece production run. The collab comes complete in a wooden cigar box, which is homage to Rae’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx series.
Only 25 pieces were made so check the extra shots below and head to Akomplice’s webstore to (hopefully) purchase.
With Hot97′s 20th Summer Jam concert about to go down in New Jersey, Mister Cee put together a mix of music from the artists hitting the stage. Click play and vibe out to music from the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, Joe Budden, A$AP Rocky, Fabolous, Miguel, 2 Chainz, Wale and more.
DOWNLOAD: Mister Cee’s Best Of Summer Jame 2013 Mix
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Miami-bred model Kimmy Maxx shows us how hot the 305 can really get.
Bearing new artwork, the Tacos & Chocolate Milk podcast continues with Tonedeff and PackFM chopping it up about slavery movies, release dates, tourist fuckery and money scams. Got questions or comments for the TACM duo? Hit em with an email at tacos[at]qn5.com or shoot em a Tweet at @tacmpodcast.
DOWNLOAD: Tonedeff & PackFM Presents: Tacos & Chocolate Milk ep.38