Fash’s Boy Meets World, which hits shelves October 20th. I hope you’ll do the right thing (no Spike Lee) and cop it, ’cause I will.
I’ve been waiting for this to drop for a while, and I know there are some of you out there (what up, Russell?) who are pretty stoked about it aswell so here’s a little trailer to get you even more impatient…
Peep the trailer for Mike Posner’s web series, One Foot Out The Door, which will debut on elitaste.com on September 30th. This series will correspond with the release of Mike’s new mixtape, also entitled One Foot Out The Door. The mixtape and series, which follows Mike as he balances his senior year at Duke with his full time music career, features appearances by Rosa Acosta, Wale, Gym Glass Heroes, KiD CuDi, Bun B, 3Oh3, 2AM Club and many more awesome people! It will also go behind the scenes of his shows, Austin City Limits, ThisIs50 Fest, the studio and even some important meetings. Tune in starting September 30th for Episode 1 and then every two weeks for a new episode.
After hearing DJ Eclipse going in for one of the GOATs, the DJ Premier blog brings us the tribute mix Preem dropped in memory of DJ Roc Raida…
As we all know about Roc Raida’s tragic passing last week, I could only do a tribute on my blog to honor him as a fan. Last night DJ Premier did his part. As a friend and as a pioneer. Of course I couldn’t let the people in the dark by not premiering it, so here we have another exclusive on the internet. Premo did his thing and remember this is for free, do not try to bootleg it for cash. I still got the MJ Tribute in the back of my head. Have fun and salute Grandmaster Roc Raida with DJ Premier and Panchi in the next hour, hip hop is life.
Download: Roc Raida Tribute Mix – DJ Premier
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It wouldn’t matter the price of this show, that line up is worth any amount of money. I swetugaud, Kweli needs to be coming to Winnipeg soon.
The homies over @ illRoots recently sat down w/ the ATLien Bobby Ray for a dope little interview.
Here is the second of a series of videos that I recently shot with Saigon. Each video that we have done have very different looks and this is by far the flashiest. Sai even busted out his grill for this one, along with some dance moves that I had no idea he even had. So if you ever wanted to see Saigon dance, here is your chance…enjoy! Shout out to the masked drummer aka my Dad, The Mess Hall, Scram Jones, Buckwild, Andy “Uno” Vaval, and of course Three/21! – Derek Pike
Yeah, that’s cool but I won’t elaborate on ANY Elzhi posts until ELmatic sees the light of day…