What it do on this fine but dreary (is that even possible?) saturday afternoon? Just here to let you know about the BAPE Archives by the ape general himself Nigo that is releasing tomorrow at BAPE NYC!
I conducted an interview with propelling Brooklyn Rapper Phreshy Duzit right after his memorable performance opening up for Mr. Tru Realigion himself 2 Chainz in January at NYC’s S.O.B’s. Unfortunately, due to minor difficulties I was unable to release it right away but as they say patience is virtue! So without further adu, I present you
Australian Superstar Gotye is surely making his rounds selling out all of the shows so far in his North American Tour! What’s even better is that the seductive songstress Kimbra (who’s featured on his worldwide hit “Somebody That I Used To Know”) has been added to a few dates which included last night’s takeover at NYC’s
Chicago-bred musical prodigy Lee How will soon release the visuals for the self-produced club banger “Heat” from his upcoming project Blissful Limbo!
London’s mysterious multi-talented music connoisseur SBTRKT (pronounced sub-trakt) has just released the visuals for his single entitled “Hold On” featuring the smooth and soulful vocals of Sampha! Such unworldly tune is from the masked genius’ self titled album which released last year.
For those that weren’t aware, BAPE has decided to launch a new line! Aape By A Bathing Ape is it’s moniker and caters to the disposable income of teenagers where the T-shirts are marked down to approximately $48 while Hoodies are about $120.
I am always ecstatic to see a fellow Haitian-American striving to be the best in this land of opportunity. Our forefathers took an immense risk in traveling to a foreign country for a better life so it is only right that we build a strong foundation to further the American dream. With that being said,
Now we all know that Megastar Rapper Jay Z has been on his all black everything steez for quite sometime now but I honestly don’t think that he can out-black my two homeys Jeff Saunders and Eddie Casson! I’ve gotten acquainted with the fashionable duo at the BAPE NYC store where they would frequently come
“I done came down like hol’ up!…” aw man, can’t even lie this joint is fresh as f#ck. The addictive banger that Im talking about is from Houston native Kirk Randle aka Kirko Bangz entitled “Drank In My Cup“. We all know that Texas originated the Purple drank so it’s no surprise that the budding
Popular music and lifestyle blog Brain Bandits have just released an informative documentary on the homey and fast rising Philly emcee Asaad. In it, he speaks about life growing up, influences and the meaning behind the New Black movement.