3 minutes from downtown Atlanta, rolling east on Simpson… I’ll accept the #latepass of the year on this. There’s no telling what I was on that would have caused this to fly by, but it did. When I was first contacted by one of the films producers I initially thought “Snow On The Bluff” was another ATL hood movie that was released around 2005 – 06, called the “The Bluff“.
Tacks AM7 / The Civic Yard 1995At this point we’re officially all the way live into the archive. Like we mentioned before, as of right now we’re freestyling. There’s a few detailed directions I’m thinking about as far as coverage but for now we’ll keep things simple. Extra maximums to Sauce Hydrilla and 91.9 WCLK for the interest in the efforts, and everybody that’s sharing the dro
[F.R.I.T.O.S. = Frequently Residing in the Old School]Since there was such a good response from the last F.R.I.T.O.S. drop, we’ll keep it moving with more shots from the archive. Above, the OG Godfather Don, Chase One UCA/DTK with the undercover arrows and big block geometry at the 40′s yard in Midtown Atlanta.
NYC via ATL and raising hell, Gripplyaz links with 10deep once again on their Summer Look Book for 2011. For this round, The Grip classic “F^&K That Hipster Shit” sets the tone against a Coney Island backdrop. Timeless and proper audio selection indeed.
With the ATCQ documovie slated for release this summer, there’s no question that fans the world over are waiting with heavy and heated anticipation. However more and more details are coming to light regarding the films production, mounting the major parties involved to fire shots back and forth. In an interview with MTV Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed took up arms, and now we have Michael Rapaport firing shot in the inte
For right now at least. Confirmed cover art for Tyler, The Creator’s debut album Goblin, set for release on May 1oth. The picture is an actual color modified portrait of old world gunslinger Billy the Kid. Details of the infamy can be found HERE. To make the matters even worse there is now speculated beef with Tyler, the Creator and one of ATL’s finest. But we’re not touching due to political obliga
Our favorite read of the the year thus far is Frank151′s Chapter 43: Bug Out! hosted by none other thanÂ NYC’sÂ legendaryÂ Ricky Powell. Filled with all fresh everything and everyone from Andy Warhol to Eazy E The Bug Out, will bug you out every time you pick it up (we mean that in a good). When we introduced it however we forgot to mention the companion soundtrack that was suppose to follow up.