This past weekend, Miami, Florida’s very own ATOMIKO came through town and exhibited a solo show featuring his iconic street art Orange logo at ‘The Space BK’ in the heart of Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Throughout the years, the sound and flow of Mega's music has developed and grown; his upcoming collaboration album with Large Professor, Mega Philosophy, is reminiscent of the sharp perspective once displayed in The Realness, articulated now with the awareness of a true NYC veteran.
With the popularity of hip-hop being at an all time high, Holler If Ya Hear Me serves as an educational tool. Most of the musical’s power is in its potential to scratch beyond the surface level recognition that so many middle Americans have of this cultural demographic.
Not everyone was lucky enough to have been alive in 1974 when this jam came out, so for us, hip-hop gave us Kool and the Gang's "Summer Madness."
Upon listening to the Birmingham quartet, you’ll recognize their sound is a bit throwback; it sounds like a concoction made up of the Native Tongues and a pinch of production influenced by J Dilla and Q-Tip.
A prime example of this high quality is present in the genetics company Archive Seeds. Archive is the region’s leader in premiere strains that exhibit exquisite traits with unique aromas, tastes, and effects.
Little Simz is a twenty-year-old rapper from the UK whose work articulates the lifestyle of the young and ambitious, infusing their anxieties and aspirations to the soundscape of soul-trap tracks.
FRANK friend and eyes behind FER SHER, Sagan Lockhart, is delivering us a much-needed weekly column chronicling his experiences around his hometown—and second home to FRANK—Los Angeles.
Art…ask me why? Because it’s Thursday evening! I’ve been walking around Downtown NYC, hitting up art openings, for 18 years. Check out the adventures with our artist friends as we hip-hop throughout the art world.