If you haven’t heard it yet, my boys & masterminds @chrisgoldteeth and @lordeasy came up with a mixtape for me! Featuring some of my favorite songs, people that I’ve photographed and legendary vocal drops by “Dente Del Oro”… There’s something for everybody. Let’s all forget about Spotify for a second, it’s a 2 step process from here, download and blast!
“No Hands”- Waka Flocka Flame (ft. Roscoe Dash and Wale)
“O Let’s Do It (Heroes + Villains Remix)”- Waka Flocka Flame
“Only You Can Make You Happy (PUNCHES Remix)”- Au Revoir Simone
“What You Need (Hey Champ Remix)”- Priors
“Jump In (Discman’s Off the Wagon Remix)”- MNDR
“Ponte Bomb”- Bomba Estereo
“Tightrope (10 Rapid Remix)”- Janelle Monae
“Ass on the Floor”- Diddy-Dirty Money (ft. Swizz Beatz)
“Pon De Foley (Ludachrist Remix)”- Major Lazer
“Bang! Bang!”- The Knux
“Dancehall Queen (Diplo and Stenchman Remix ft. Spoek Mathambo)”- Robyn
“Bass Down Low”- Dev & The Cataracs
“I’m a Bad Bitch”- Asia Lynn
“Start It Up (Remix)”- Lloyd Banks
“Come On Baby”- Saigon (ft. Jay-Z and Swizz Beats)
“Pass Out”- Tinie Tempah
“Hold the Line (Skream Remix)”- Major Lazer (ft. Mr. Lex and Santigold)
“4th of July (Rusko Remix)”- Kelis
“E.T.”- Katy Perry (ft. Kanye West)
“Nasty”- Masspike Miles (ft. Rick Ross)
“Blazin’ “- Nicki Minaj (ft. Kanye West)
“Return to Innocence”- Das Racist
These guys make with the funny!
Nike McFly-Hype Is Real?
A link to these pictures came across my Twitter feed last night and if the invite pic is doctored or faked in some way I definitely cannot tell. The hype about Nike releasing a silhouette based on the inspirational pair that Michael J. Fox wore in Back to the Future II (see above fig. 3-this, btw, is a still from the film, not a spy photo of Tinker Hatfield jumping out of his DeLorean) has been building for soooooo long, this isn’t exactly a surprise, but certainly there are some who thought this day might never come. Of course, Nike has let the colorway and design elements of the movie shoe find it’s way onto a few models, but a ‘new’ design straight up based on the McFly-well, I guess we wait to find out tonight (check the date on that invite). As Marty McFly might say: heavy.
(thanks to @serataru)
Matt Coats just uncovered a doozy.
In 2005, when Lord Easy was “just a friend” we enlisted his talents to help film the madness that was the raw dog early days of Karaoke Killed the Cat. The film was meant to turn into a full fledged documentary, but when Matt Coats got married and moved overseas, I was left rolling dolo. Lord Easy and I had spent so much time together filming this, I asked him to drop the film and become my co-host when Matt left. I’m grateful that he accepted. This video was the original teaser to the film, and it gives you a pretty amazing look into the past of our show.
Why don’t any of my venues let me breathe fire anymore?