Not a fan of pop music but this is a good mix of 50+ songs. Hit the jump to see his 2011, 2010 mixes.
Easily one of the most memorable (and quoted) songs of the past year, the track has seen its fair share of replays throughout various stops along the stateside Watch The Throne tour. Coinciding with the memorability of the song itself, the accompanying video affirms the luxury rap duo’s commitment to setting a new standard within the mediums of both music and film.
Here is a nice little mix of 2011 Wild Jam concert that took place at HP Pavilion. Drake, J Cole, B.O.B, and Taio Cruz were a few of the artists that performed. Click the link if you want to see pictures and video from the event that I took. LINK
Where do I begin when talking about the performances of Jay-Z and Kanye West for the “Watch The Throne Tour” in San Jose at the HP Pavilion. I have been going to shows for years and I can say that this concert was best that I have ever been to. The two-hour plus show represented nothing less than a milestone in music history with hits after hits from two living legends. Do yourself a favor and click the following link to view my attempt to capture the moment with pictures and videos (LINK).
Directed by Lamar Taylor & Hyghly Alleyne. Cameo by E-40!
Now that Drake’s Sophomore album is officially complete and handed in, Def Jam releases a commercial for the November release.
A seemingly inspired Lil Wayne recently took to video to discuss his role as an innovator in a number of contexts, not just music.
Can’t wait for his album to drop later this month.
From Trendland : “An ultra-limited edition with only 20 sets (signed) for this second collaboration between Daft Punk and Coca Cola.”
This time it’s featuring the Daft Punk custom caps and a set of limited bottles featuring flashy 925 silver and 18k gold logo branding.
The helmet-inspired bottles and packaging was designed by Daft Punk and the set is available for sale at daftcoke.com.
Available only in Europe.