In a city of over 8 million people, it is impossible to walk the streets without running into interesting New Yorkers with unique relationships to the city. Whether it is Don Ward, the best shoe-shiner in Manhattan or Te’Devan the 6’7″ Nomadic-Jewish-Healing-Freestyler. Everyone has a story that is worth hearing, but unfortunately most of them […]
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As they make their way across the country promoting their new album, ‘Strange Journey’ Volume Three, CunninLynguists and Tunji take you on a trip of Southern California in this new video. Strange Journey Volume Three by CunninLynguists
Wooo! Bringing it back to the old-school in this funky jam from Steve Stylez, featuring our favorite Stone Throw artist Homeboy Sandman.
Adventure Time with Action Bronson takes us to the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa where Bronson connects with his graffiti roots and fellow members of New York’s infamous “Smart Crew” to leave something behind for the people of Cape Town.
Our homie William Wilson has been steadily making moves, this time on a new track with Black Dave. They’re terrorizing the city for this one. Check it out, and catch them live tonight in New York City with Aaron Cohen.
Booda French takes his turn to get busy over Ed Boogie’s remake of the classic Milkbone ‘Keep It Real’ beat. Cop this ish, below, and support a talented friend of our homies the Brown Bag AllStars. The Classics Series (Live) – Pt.4 by Booda French & Ed Boogie
Single off All Year Summer’s upcoming mixtape titled “Complementary”. This is a remix over Curren$y and French Montana’s song “In the Sun”. Follow them on Twitter/Instagram @allyearsummer_
Boston area MC Newm Nera just dropped this lil abstract gem off at our doorstep this week, so we thought we’d post it up to see what you think. Enjoy! Twitter/Instagram @NewmNera
All Year Summer is back with a new joint, a remix of Talib Kweli’s ‘Hot Thing’. Check it out and cop their mixtape, below! Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Freshman phenom Jonathan Sosa blesses us with fresh visuals for his latest joint “Manifesto”. Sosa’s stock has skyrocketed since his featured verse on Tsu Surf’s project, and he slowly seems to be bringing back that very familiar east coast sound. Enjoy.