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Video: Amazing Beat Box History of Hip Hop


Video: Amazing Beat Box History of Hip Hop

DJ Q-Bert's Fine Art Collabo w/ W.A.I.L. (When Art Imitates Life)


From Dunn Deal PR:

DJ Q-Bert's fine art collaboration with W.A.I.L. (When Art Imitates Life)

On February 19th, DJ Q-Bert's first foray into fine art was released exclusively through When Art Imitates Life(W.A.I.L.), the art imprint spearheaded by Sway Calloway of MTV and King Tech of the World Famous Wake Up Show. The deejay known to many as 'the Jimi Hendrix of turntables' pays homage to the album art for Hendrix's 1967 Axis: Bold As Love, and sprinkles 50 hidden elements throughout the piece reflecing his life, interests and career, making it a work that reveals itself through multiple viewings. When asked about similarities between himself and Hendrix, Q says "we're both so free, and we express animal instincts when playing our musical instruments."
 
Two editions of the 250 pieces exist in this limited run of 60" x 25" canvases - Chromeo, boasting a metallic, hard-edged color pallette; and Spectrum, which stays true to the original Hendrix color format. Every piece is numbered and signed by Q-Bert, making each a one-of-a-kind collectible. Additionally, each bears a unique set of Q-Bert's handprints in acrylic paint atop the design. "Diskstroyer is a spiritual representation of how order can be created out of chaos," says Q. "It all falls within the title of the piece.  Sometimes you have to destroy something to create something beautiful." 

WAIL was founded in 2010 by King Tech of the World Famous Wake Up Show and MTV’s Sway Calloway in conjunction with notorious L.A. creativity house SceneFour.

 

Video: Hawk City Huskaz - "The Ghetto"


From Yo! PR:

Video: Hawk City Huskaz - "The Ghetto"

Video: Ruinz Ason "Traktor" Freestyle


From 730Promo:

Video: Ruinz Ason "Traktor" Freestyle

Video: MONSTA f/ Yukmouth - "Wesperado's"


From Nancy B:

Video: MONSTA f/ Yukmouth - "Wesperado's"

Video: VladTV x DJ Premier x Nick Javas


Video: VladTV x DJ Premier x Nick Javas

Video: Empress Kaja Interviews Ky-Mani Marley


From The Connex List:

Video: Empress Kaja Interviews Ky-Mani Marley

Video: Lil' O f/ Wonderus - "Ready 4 Whateva"


From Nancy B:

Video: Lil' O f/ Wonderus - "Ready 4 Whateva"

MP3: YC the Cynic f/ Soul Khan, Von Pea - "More & More"


From J57:

MP3: YC the Cynic f/ Soul Khan, Von Pea - "More & More"

A track I put together for my homie YC the Cynic's mixtape Fall FWD which drops 3.1.'11

YC the Cynic feat. Soul Khan, Von Pea and Sene "More & More"
Produced by J57
PR: Joell Ortiz Live in London on March 10th


From 730Promo:

PR: Joell Ortiz Live in London on March 10th

Brooklyn born Rapper Joell Ortiz aka Mr Yaowa aka one quarter of lyrical powerhouse Slaughterhouse, returns to play London on Thursday 10th March at Cargo.

Having earned a loyal following from his lyrically driven performances and energetic live shows Joell Ortiz is poised to make an impact with his highly anticipated London show supported by a host of talented UK acts.

Doors open at 7pm Show starts 8pm - 11pm
1st 100 tickets £10.00 only
£12.50 in Advance

The YAOWA after party 11pm-1am will be hosted by Iron Braydz with live performances from
Stylah (Treading Water) and Rewd Adams aka Skandal.
DJ 279 (Friday Nite Flavourz : Choice Fm )
DJ Snuff (Speakers Corner / End of the Weak)
DJ Snips (Living Proof)

You can buy tickets for this event here:

http://www.seetickets.com/Event/JOELL-ORTIZ/Cargo/538848
or
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=436130

Please join the facebook event page by following this link:-

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=125330457538891

Check out the Cargo website here:-

http://www.cargo-london.com/event/spread-love-tv-presentsjoell-ortiz

Follow Joell Ortiz on Twitter @JoellOrtiz


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