Chief Keef’s show at The Observatory in Santa Ana last night maybe set a world record for most people on stage during a rap show.
"We don’t look at ourselves as a marijuana company. We’re a food-processing company that uses cannabis as one of our ingredients."
In this video, Skid talks about his latest project—building small living spaces for those who aren’t used to having a roof. This all started about a year ago after his girlfriend suggested he paint a dream cloud filled with money above a sleeping homeless woman on Skid Row.
In anticipation for the weekend, we're about to bring you the honey. FRANK151 is releasing Chapter 61: FRANKHONEY, in collaboration with the Compton-based skate brand Honey Brand Co.
Now, we know New Yorkers deliver style, so when great artists such as Grace Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill, and Kelis all plan to bless the stage, it's a fact that the crowd will be bringing their style twice as hard.
This week's #SeeWhatImSayin is inspired by my favorite holiday, #WuWednesday.
Although the re-interpretation of the term won’t change policy towards undocumented population, the more compassionate regard towards the usage of “alien” can change the conversation toward the topic.
Last weekend LA was blessed with sets from Solange, Mac Demarco, Run The Jewels, D’Angelo and the Vanguard, FKA Twigs, and last-minute addition to the lineup Kanye West. All this was part of FYF, also known as Fuck Yeah Fest.
There is something to be said about how reggae has been able to rebrand itself in the past few years and how many of the most popular upcoming artists internationally—the Bebble Rock crew included—have grown up listening to MCs from hip-hop’s golden era.