Miguel Collins, better known by his stage name Sizzla Kalonji, has had a career in Jamaica’s music industry that has spanned 25 years and includes the release of more than 45 solo albums, 15 collaborative albums, and roughly more than 400 individual tracks.
Since yesterday was Raekwon's bday, here's a drawing from my archive. This was actually one of my first See What I'm Sayin' sketches.
Known as The Wasted Talent on social media, Peter Pabon contributed an amazing array of handpicked archive flicks to solidify our chapter, showcasing some of New York’s defining moments in skate, nightlife, and everyday youth culture.
Deep into his teenage years, DJ Kenn made a decision to move from his hometown in Japan and migrate to the southside of Chicago. Along with a young Japanese kid, came his unique Japanese style, which had people around Chicago taking note of the young beat maker dressed head-to-toe in Bape.
We like to refer to ourselves as a preservation dispensary. We provide growers with accurately labeled strains in the form of clones and seeds...
This is one of those song that always gets me hyped. I remember the days when hardcore songs like this would get played on the radio.
From party flyers, to skate ads, to throwback Mighty graphics inspired by American Psycho or the infamous Morrie’s Wig Shop, here’s an ode to 10 years worth of visuals, creativity, and Mighty Healthy approved aesthetics.
Among all the intricacies of human dynamics little is quite so complicated or complex as the relationship between an artist and their fans. Fraught with unrealistic expectations and laden with unruly entitlements, each party is so inherently in need of the other it is hardly surprising how a codependency is forged between them.
Gully Bop, whose real name is Robert Lee Malcolm, may be the fastest rising artist in the history of all Jamaican music, and Sting marked his first big performance to date.