The homies right here. They’re on some other shit.
Just in time for the 18 pack of Tecate I just picked up from
This is the first I’ve heard of dude. I’m diggin’ it. If you’re feeling this joint you can check out more of Siete on his Youtube.
Golf carts! This is so dope. I’ve been bumping this on repeat for a week now. Also, if you like this you’re probably gonna wanna check out the homie Chuuwee.
Nardwuar always has entertaining interviews.
Hmmm never heard of dude.
Inspired by Harold Hunter’s Zoo York skateboarding mix-tape released in 1997.
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The dude Add-2 is about to blow up. Hey Add-2, anytime you wanna freestyle for RRHH we promise we won’t bleep out any of your flow!
Phil Ade is that dude! Directed by 6ix Shoota for Cool Kids Forever Films.
2pac needs to visit some of these mainstream artists in their sleep!
Slug is one of my favorites… yet somehow I still haven’t listened to The Family Sign yet. That’ll have to change tomorrow because I’m really diggin’ this joint!
The iconic independent rap group Atmosphere releases a new video for their song “The Last To Say” off their latest album, The Family Sign. The video deals with the very serious and all too common subject of domestic violence. Victims of abuse include women, men and children, but all are affected by it’s wrath. Nearly three out of four of Americans personally know someone who has been a victim of domestic violence. On average more than three women and one man are murdered by their intimate partners in this country everyday. A refreshing departure from the typical rap video, “The Last To Say” advocates positive treatment of women and focuses on the struggle many victims face – how to escape the abuse in their home so it doesn’t continue to be passed down.