This week's #SeeWhatImSayin showcases the summery Atlantic City heat of 1992 with Gang Starr ft. Nice & Smooth's chart topper DWYCK.
In this episode of “Street Talk: Weed Etiquette” JJ sits down with Tara of Downtown Highway Collective located directly underneath the 10 freeway on Alameda Street in Downtown LA.
Embarking on "the transgender tipping point”, society is finally starting to address trans peoples' struggles in civil rights and recognize their efforts to normalize gender identity on a global scale.
"Liquor" has an overall central focus on being 'under the influence,' however, in contrast to the recent Travi$ Scott leak, “Drunk,” Brown’s “Liqour” is that much more sultry with a subtle, funk-driven beat behind it that allows Brown’s seductive vocals to coo over a beat you can still move to.
Rahman, who started his hand-knotted rug company while he was overseas in Afghanistan, has now opened up shop on Los Angeles' iconic Melrose Ave.
Despite horrific stories of losing limbs in cane sugar mills and an incredibly violent history that includes the 1937 massacre of tens of thousands of migrant laborers at the hands of then Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo, the D.R. remains a safer alternative than attempting the 800-mile trip to Miami on a makeshift raft.
In the first installment of "Barbershop Etiquette," JJ covers Frank's Chop Shop, a barbershop started by FRANK151 co-founder Mike Malbon.
That’s right, ladies and gentleman, the one and only Donald “wait for it” Trump is running for the Republican presidential nomination. This is a great moment in history.