In their “Glossary of Dirty South Slang” Rolling Stone Magazine defined Crunk as “to get excited”, Jump a few years later Crunk would be used as a blanket term for a booming new sound that was creeping out of Memphis. Definitive timelines aside, Atlanta’s Westside would start to brew a little sound of it’s own call Snap (or Trap, depending on whose Donkin’ the dopest).
This time around the champion of Somerst (Clarks) breaks bread with the esteemed The British Millerain Co. Champions in their own right TBMC has been pioneering and innovation Waterproof and water resistant fabrics since the 1800s. They have retained their popularity during the decades from 1880. Today they are a major supplier of technical textiles. [Read more...]
Here’s a thought. Imagine the possibilities, if every multi-millionaire hip hop artist put 1 million…ok maybe thats far fetched. Say each one put 500K towards the development of a resource center such as this, in the state that they are from or currently reside. Besides being under the watchful eye of the government, said research centers could possibly alter the landscape of our children’s futures. Say what you want to about Skateboard P, but after this no one will ever say he never gave back to the community. [Read more...]
The Alexander McQueen Four Finger Flower Leather Clutch is a remix McQueen’s notorious knuckle duster clutch. Rumor has it that when the original knuckle duster dropped it was clowned on beyond belief. Then at the right party, some brave fashionista opened up her bag at the right time and pulled out the right drugs and next thing you know the bag is blowing up like hoe cakes. [Read more...]
Don Letts is an unsung hero of British music. “Superstonic Sound: The Rebel Dread” is a documentary about the Letts family legacy that mirrors the history of BASS in the UK from Dub, Reggae and Punk to 80s pop, Hip Hop and Dubstep; a musical, cultural and personal link between past and present.
Don’s father was amongst the first Jamaican immigrants to Britain and he brought his sound system with him, introducing London to Jamaican Dub with its heavy BASS accent.
Don grew up in Brixton, immersed in Dub and Reggae. In the context of Enoch Powell’s Rivers of Blood speech and KBW â€“ Keep Britain White – grafitied across the walls of London, Don became the lone Rebel Dread crossing musical and cultural boundaries between black and white. He became DJ at the first Punk club, the legendary “Roxy” where in between live Punk sets, he played hard core Dub-Reggae and fortunately for him… [Read more...]
Income Tax checks wereÂ one hour and 5 abortion clinics away from being 3 months late. Tomatoes are damn $5.00 a piece. Gas is looking like $8.00 by November. We might as well call Muammar Gaddafi, Gaddafi Montana (the guy has waaay too much gusto). Gucci Mane is locked up..AGAIN. And to top it all off they’re still trying to stop FREAKNIC in Atlanta!!! We need a break! We need some fuzziness inside. What we need is the tom foolery after the jump [Read more...]