Renowned jewelry`designer Pascal Mouawad is proud to present a brand new watch line created in collaboration with style icon and Grammy Award winning music mogul Jermaine Dupri. Mouawad and Dupri have fused their creative forces to craft a unique collection of stylish watches entitled NU POP MOVEMENT. The line, characterized by its eye-catching, oversized case, incorporates vivid colors and analog and digital movement, with a funky, fashionable twist. To launch there will be 2 models available, the D2 and the Crazy Pop Nu Pop both available at the NU POP MOVEMENT online store and Kitson Men from Friday November 6.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Along with word today that Solange has left Interscope is a free buzz track for us to enjoy – Solange Knowles’ version of “Stillness Is The Move” by Dirty Projectors, using a sample originally from “Bumpy’s Lament” by Soul Mann & the Brothers and made popular by Dr Dre (”XXplosive”) and Erykah Badu (”Bag Lady”).
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Yeah here is the first track from a slew of crack I got stashed up. You'll be getting alot of new music till the end of the year.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
I think this expression of art is incredible! WOW! I am simply amazed how some of these artist come up with their concepts. Enjoy!
“Brock Davis, a talented American artist, shows us how ordinary objects that usually do not shatter would look like if they were shattered on the floor.”
For more work by Brock Davis, visit itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com
A Banksy piece which we reported on earlier (here) has been defaced while a public vote was taking place calling for its preservation. While more than 93% of the 250 voters urged the Sutton council to keep the Banksy piece, the Beddington Farm Road mural was ironically tagged over by the same mindless graffiti that the Banksy image depicted to be criticizing.
Works of Banksy have often been regarded as beneficial to the local community, attracting art-savvy tourists that help boost the local economy. Though it’s not the first time Banksy’s been painted over, it’s always sad to see a great work of art end up this way.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
WORDS FROM LIL B :
Hey So for my birthday week i want to give you all a special present from me!!
Iv Been working on my new book for a year and a half now
its called “Takin Over”
it will be coming out approxamilty the last week of sept,
but if you send me your email address now i will personally notify you about my book and its release and also give you a free 25 min DVD with myself with all original raps, footage of me, plus funny bloopers. Also you i will give you a free autographed copy of the book Signed by me personally.
for the people that send me your personal email send your name as well and i will put u on a special list, and if you buy the book you will get the FREE DVD and AUTOGRAPHED copy of the book first!!
send ur email to
Monday, November 2, 2009
I’m not gonna lie, I slept on Wiz until I gave the How Fly Mixtape a real listen at which point I became a massive fan. So today is a very good day, time for me to get my download on and give this a listen, I suggest you do the same. Tracklisting after the jump.
Download : Wiz Khalifa | Burn After Reading [Mixtape]
On the day that the official track listing for Rihanna’s new album Rated R hit the net we also have the first play of what to me is the stand out track Hard which features Young Jeezy. DJ Enuff of Hot 97 got the world premier and by the sounds of it enjoyed playing it as much as I enjoyed hearing it. How you guys feeling about this one, sounds like an absolute beast of a track to me!
Download : Rihanna [Feat Young Jeezy] | Hard [CDQ]
Download the brand new song from Janelle Monáe, “Come Alive (The War of Roses)”
Janelle Monáe - “Come Alive (The War of Roses)” (right-click to download)
Imagine if The Cool Kids rapped over Jay Dee's (J Dilla) Welcome To Detroit instrumentals. It sounds like an odd combination on paper but that is pretty close to what you get when listening to SD rappers, Mac V. and Bad Karma.
Mac V. and Bad Karma, two young rappers out of southeast San Diego, just released a mixtape entitled Coffee Table Talk for free download through Myspace. I wasn't able to glean much information about them from their Myspace pages other than the fact that they are all pretty young and don't like to be categorized as "rap/hip-hop" straight-up (on Bad Karma's page, he lists himself as "Experimental/ New Wave"). That fact might normally be some type of red flag for a hip-hop head. But this mixtape shows a lot of talent and potential from the emcees and their team of in-house producers.
Rappers Mac V. and Bad Karma bear an uncanny resemblance to The Cool Kids in their rapping style. Everything from their chill, low-key delivery to their low, whisper-like vocal tone to their kinda vapid lyrical content (all songs are pretty much about weed and women and talking sh*t) filled with what has been dubbed "hipster irony" reminds me of The Cool Kids. Which isn't to take anything away from the two, who clearly have rapping skills (check how Bad Karma blacks out on the second verse of "Ch[ee]rs"). They are more than serviceable as rappers, able to ride the beat with confidence while dropping clever one-liners here and there.
Production for vast majority of the album is handled by two in-house producers, Mike George and KriiS Mon3y, who are more or less on the same wavelength stylistically. They come from the J Dilla neo-soul/hip-hop school but it's very solid, composed well without relying on samples too much. There's some great low-end work here but then they often hint at some more space-age territory that gives the tracks a distinct feel.
At this point, the challenge for the whole camp is to learn to transcend their influences. But this is a great start for young artists who still have a lot of time to develop.
Download: Mac V. & Bad Karma's Coffee Table Talk.
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Pac Div, Dom Kennedy, TiRon and hosts L.A.U.S.D. took a trip from L.A. to San Diego, stopping by The Attic for a Meet-N-Greet with fans and then shut down Club Decco with live performances. The homie Spintellect got this footage of all these dope acts doing their respective things live in San Diego (I refuse to call it “Daygo,” as that city is quite possibly the least hood spot in America).
On the set of Mickey Factz most recent video for the song “ALPHA.” Behind the scenes the GFC crew geared Mickey up in clothes from Gold Spun, Public School, and Gucci. Accessories where provided by Nooka, Retrosuperfuture, and Android sneakers. After dressing into his rugged look he hit the scene , bringing an enormous amount of energy to the camera. At the end of the filming the crew applauded at all their hard work. This video is something to anticipate and will prove to be nothing less then epic.
Faces by ADDIQUIT
Wanna know by ADDIQUIT
Radical Impressive by ADDIQUIT
Hypnotized by ADDIQUIT
Addiquit also commences her first European Tour opening up for The Black Heart Procession – dates below
14/12/09 : Kafe Antzokia – Bilbao (ES)
16/12/09 : Antipode – Rennes (F)
17/12/09 : Point Ephemere – Paris (F)
18/12/09 : Epicerie Moderne – Lyon (F)
19/12/09 : Theater Palace – St. Gallen (CH)
20/12/09 : Gebäude 9 – Köln (D)
Also, after these dates, she’ll be hangin’ around the EU for a week, or so. So she’s looking to play Berlin while she is in Germany on December 21st or 22nd and is also looking for dates in other European cities and countries including London, Paris, Italy etc. etc.
Thursday, October 22, 2009