This week on 'Street Talk,’ JJ Anderson talks with 18-year-old female youth Olympian boxer, Jajaira Gonzalez, from Glendora, CA.
40Days4Madlib started in 2013. “The 40 days sort of got stretched into like two years,” says Zeke. Over that time, the project has changed from a tribute to an artistic expression that stands on its own—with the accompaniment of beats from Madlib and other producers.
The first track off the tape, entitled "Last Dance," features Noname Gypsy, a fellow Chicago native, and introduces the overall vibe and old-school aesthetic that follows on the remainder Chance and Lil B's freestyle tape, titled "Free."
We need to be loud and we want the bass to be overpowering. Festival stages usually have shitloads of subs. We also like lots of room to move around. On smaller stages we've come way to close to seriously injuring each other with our instruments.
Saul Williams is a writer, a musician, a poet, a composer, a performer—an artist in the fullest sense of the word. While he says that most people’s attempts to label his work fall short, expressing himself has increased his ability to understand and exist in our world.
Last night’s show at Madison Square Garden was definitely a night to remember. The show was opened by Dreamville artists Omen, Cozz, and Bas, followed by YG, Big Sean, and J. Cole.
Puma x Solange recently released their new collection entitled 'Word to the Woman,' a collection of sneakers inspired by 15 different women from different industries all with the hopes of shining light on female empowerment.
In this episode of "Street Talk," JJ Anderson meets with three tattoo artists—Deborah, Yely Diaz, and Sanae Garcia Ventura—to talk about what it's like to be women in the tattoo industry.
Today's Monday Morning Playlist comes straight to our ears from DJ Eddie Bermuda. The recent Los Angeles native offers that fresh summer taste to your ears, with a playlist ranging from Vic Mensa to Kali Uchis.