Talib Kweli and 88-Keys’ relationship dates way back to the late 90’s when ocho linked with Kweli and Mos Def for “Thieves in the Night” off their classic Black Star LP. Unfortunately, since then, the two have only collaborated once more (“After the Rain,” Gutter Rainbows).
That changes today… sort of. Taking to his Soundcloud page, 88-Keys liberated a remix he had started a while back of Talib Kweli’s “Upper Echelon” off his Prisoner of Conscious LP. While it’s not quite an “official” pairing, I’m still counting it because it’s dope! Take a listen to the “Top Tier” remix–which also features Kentucky rhymesayer Nemo Achida–below. – 2DopeBoyz
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Peruvian artist LU.CU.MA spent 27 years in jail for the murder of his brother, among other crimes. After his release, LU.CU.MA—short for Luis Cuevas Manchego—swore to turn himself around. He traded the machine guns, hand grenades, and knives that he once used to ambush buses for art supplies.
VICE traveled to Lima, Peru, to talk to LU.CU.MA about his life, how he uses art as a way to repent, and why all his paintings involve things like corrupt politicians being beheaded by snakes.
Montana Colors has once again collaborated during the OFFF Festival with a high level intervention where123Klan and Joshua Davis gave an example of their graphical skills. The indoor performance they gave was the perfect opportunity to make these three genious artists test the new MTN Water Based .
Pemex, Sori, Ideal & Wire crushing the streets of Oakland, CA.
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(San Francisco, CA) – Speakeasy Ales & Lagers introduces the third release in their 22-ounce Limited Series lineup, Untouchable IPA, an all-new India Pale Ale hopped with Nelson Sauvin & Centennial hops. Named after the legendary Bureau of Prohibition agent Eliot Ness, Untouchable is a no-holds-barred IPA exploding with resinous pine and sauvignon blanc flavors…
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The Electric Zoo festival has released an anti-drug PSA hilariously titled “The Molly,” as part of their “Come To Life” campaign ahead of the Randal’s Island festivities this year. Attendees will be forced to watch the two minute video, written and directed by Dexter creator James Manos, Jr., in order to activate their wristbands and enter the festival.
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