Snoop Dogg just dropped one of the hottest new music videos I’ve seen in a while. Directed by Francois Rousselet, the video for “So Many Pros” uses the artistic stylings of vintage movie posters from the late 70s and 80s, and it pays off visually. Check out the video below!
For those of us unfortunate souls who weren’t able to make it out to the desert this year for the music explosion that is Coachella, watch selected streamed performances here … from ALL THREE CHANNELS! The show starts now!
Snoop, Pharrell, Charlie Wilson, big blunts, giant peaches, and more “peaches” … lol.
UPDATE: 3/13/15: The Answer is apparently no. See Anonymous’ response and the video that started it all below.
Radio DJ personality Big Boy landed a new gig working at REAL 92.3 in Los Angeles, and he brought some serious firepower to his radio show: Kendrick Lamar freestyling to Notorious B.I.G. classic … and it was glorious.
My favorite rhyme? “From Compton, to Congress/ It’s set trippin’ all around/ Ain’t nothin new but a flu of new Demo”crips” and Re”blood”licans/ Red state vs Blue state/ Which one you governing?
Check it out below.
Snoop Dogg’s forthcoming album, “Bush”, is executive produced by Pharrell. Pharell even stated on Big Boy’s Neighborhood that Snoop’s album better than his own. If that isn’t high praise, we don’t know what is. Well, the first single from Snoop’s next album is out. Featuring Charlie Wilson on the hook, below is the lyric video for “Peaches N Cream”.
Using Fred Durst’s vocal track from Limp Bizkit’s “Break Stuff” and the theme music from the classic television show “Seinfeld”, Youtube user JJ P has created an unexpected joy of a mash up. Had me smiling pretty big. Enjoy!
Multi-Dimensional, Polyrhythmic Gangster Shit. That is Hiatus Kaiyote. That’s the reason I can’t get enough of them.
I freaking can’t wait until Modest Mouse’s new album is released!!!
It’s the eve before Valentine’s Day, and having been single for a few years, this time of year always draws me to songs about headache or longing. A few years ago, I was gifted a few, remastered, audiophile vinyl records from the Capitol Records vault. One of those albums was Frank Sinatra’s album “In The Wee Small Hours”.