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CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival – JAMESTOWN / Street Art Africa

The third annual CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival takes place in James Town on September 7 and 8. The festival is produced by ACCRA [dot] ALT and a host of collaborators across the city… Continue reading

Insa / Montreal Street Art

Here is a recent photo of an Insa piece done in Montreal. A line was taken through the piece, but to no detriment to the original piece.  Related articles Chris Dyer – Mural… Continue reading

Action Bronson – Legend in the Making / NYC Music

Browsing through my twitter tweets a year ago, I received a tweet from my man Dante Ross referring to rapper Action Bronson as one of the best rappers to succeed. I gave Action a… Continue reading

BEEF 3 / Documentary on RAP Beef | Music

We received an email with this clip regarding the subject of beef. Rappers 50 Cent, Game, Lil Chingy, Flip, and T.I. discuss their beefs candidly and address the issues. This week we posted… Continue reading

Song for the Summer / Ukulele Graffiti Cammy Enaharo

When I think of the music I relate to Graffiti, the sounds that come to mind are that of the subway back in 1981. The sounds of the cans one kicks while creeping… Continue reading

Content Under Pressure 2013 / Per and the FX crew / Graffiti Event

  Featuring murals/productions from FX crew, I Wuz Here/CBS, 4 Burners, IWS crew, & Few and Far. CUP 2013 will feature 35 well-known graffiti/mural artists from all over the Nation. There will also… Continue reading

Star of the Stripes / Insa – Sydney, Australia

Insa continues to lay down the Stripes and keeps earning them, piece after piece. Rock on.

DJ Devastate / Takes it to ‘The Couch’

It was good just to get up today, seriously. Was so dead from the day before and really was looking forward to something to get the blood going through these veins… Well, here… Continue reading

Fabel for ck one – Shock / Graffiti

Urban street art and graffiti’s continuing struggle to be recognised as a serious art form just got another major fashion fillip. Calvin Klein has partnered with artist and choreographer Jorge ‘Fabel’ Pabon, a… Continue reading

Liquidteks Magazine … | Liquidteks Magazine Issue One, Volum… | HP MagCloud

Liquidteks has just released their first issue of their second volume. The magazine has pushed forward with photos, interviews and other interests that the fellow graff enthusiast enjoys. Real New York City talent… Continue reading

Saster Throwback 5

Here are three classic photos from not too long ago: Cecs who has a been creeping the streets of Brooklyn for some time. Cope 2 with a Cope 3 – Internet King throwie.… Continue reading

Chris Brown Talks New Album, Graffiti and Wu-Tang

Question: I know you’re really into art and graffiti, are you into punk rock and stuff like that too? Chris Brown: Yeah, I’m into like the essence of it. Like what it means.… Continue reading

‘Gimme the Loot’: Tagging graffiti on the Big Apple

Fans of the New York Mets are familiar with the “Home Run Apple”: Every time a player scores, the giant fruit rises up from just outside center field to mark the occasion. A… Continue reading

Here is the bottom on percussion

Jaime Massieu is a master at all he lays his hands on, including the woman’s bottom. Smooth tapping and clean syncopation; this is truly the art of tapping ass. Not only is Jamie… Continue reading

Crate Diggers / J Dilla

A good half hour retrospect on J Dilla. His music and legacy still influencing beginners to the heavy hitting producers.James Dewitt Yancey, better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee,… Continue reading

Jaguar Skills

It’s fair enough to say that this Dj is one of the slickest and wittiest in the Game of Hip Hop. Remixes and mixtapes are all worth copping, and often give you a… Continue reading

Flip The Script / Jamal Nasir

There are many that want to pursue the path of producer, but it’s a path that is often laid with wack beats and terrible lyrics. There’s nothing like hearing a few boom bap tracks… Continue reading

A hip-hop walking tour: ‘Rap Quotes’ street art marks specific city locales mentioned on rap tracks

A hip-hop walking tour: ‘Rap Quotes’ street art marks specific city locales mentioned on rap tracks Jay Shells, a lifelong New Yorker, heard the call and created signs as part of a street… Continue reading

Stereophonics back on form with Graffiti

“It was summer 2010 and we were touring a lot and doing festivals, so I was at home a fair bit,” he explains. “I kept hearing footsteps on my roof when I was… Continue reading

Review: Stereophonics – Graffiti On The Train – Music News, Reviews, Interviews and Culture – Music Feeds

Graffiti On The Train is yet another catchy name for a tune that has yet to be listened to. Review: Stereophonics – Graffiti On The Train – Music News, Reviews, Interviews and Culture… Continue reading

In hip-hop, violence is taking on a diminishing role – latimes.com

  In hip-hop, violence is taking on a diminishing role – latimes.com.

Kool Keith Says He Thought Tim Dog’s Death Was “A Hoax,” Remembers The Former Ultramagnetic MC | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales | HipHop DX

Kool Keith Says He Thought Tim Dog’s Death Was “A Hoax,” Remembers The Former Ultramagnetic MC | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales | HipHop DX.