American celebrities that were in their heyday 20 years ago have a common secret—they all did hella embarrassing Japanese commercials in the '80s.
In this week two update of life on the road, Tajai elaborates on the enlightening struggles of Ramadan, his thoughts on the Zimmerman verdict, and the camaraderie that comes with touring.
We put together a list of rappers that tried to venture out of the rap game and explore new avenues with varied success.
HypeForever is a young female hustler determined to be successful in everything that she does. The name HypeForever was based on my observations about the creative industry; music, painting, fashion, etc.
A staple in the fabric of New York City culture, the humble bodega is a respected and treasured institution that caters to all New Yorkers, from the early morning joggers to the late night munchers. In today’s age of 7-11s and CVSes, these mom-n-pop deli/convenience stores are soon to become a dying breed.
With over 500 clocks already sold, notable collaborators in his Rolodex, sold out shows, and production and print credits, Lower East Side's Crosby has a lot to share with the world of art.
Man, it's been an excruciatingly slow internet news afternoon over at the office today. So as I sat here behind the computer, twirling my hair and trying to come up with ideas, a totally ridiculous yet super awesome thought popped into my head—I wonder what it would really be like to go on a date with a rapper?
The Wall Hunters: Slumlord Project is exposing the parties responsible for the dilapidated buildings by putting them on blast by wheatpasting murals and QR codes with information about the owners and property violations on their walls.