Chancelor Bennett, better known as Chance The Rapper is an American unconventional and somewhat quirky rapper. The 21 year old singer-songwriter from “Chi-town” as Kanye West would call it, released his initial mixtape titled “10 Day” in April 2012, which caught only a few people’s attention. Chance did not give people’s negativity towards his music any light of day but went on to release a second mixtape a year later. “Acid Rap”, released in April 2013 as his second mixtape has gained him a major acknowledgement, or rather recognition. In the same year of release, 2013, Acid Rap was also nominated for Best Mixtape at the BET Hip Hop Awards, now tell me that ain’t some real stuff. I guarantee you an awesome listen to his music. If you’re tired of the mainstream Hip Hop music, then this is what you’re looking for. I promise you it will be worth every second of your time.
Down below is a link to his latest great tunes. ENJOY!!
This right here is BoyzNBucks also known as Abafana bes’tayela like the title says . They are a group of South African friends who are all about pushing Street Culture and each of them specialise in a different Craft. They’ve been referred to as the “Asap Mob of Mzansi” because just like Asap mob members, they share the same interest in art,music,fashion,style and they are a hip hop collective too. The taxi driver dance trending out there mostly in South Africa was invented by these same guys and if you don’t know about it yet, i suggest you google it. This Clique consist of rappers,djs,presenters,actors,fashion designers, film directors and producers namely;
And they’re here to change the game afterall “the game needs change” right?
So I couldn’t find an exact documentary based on them but you can watch this one by sprite where they are featured;
Find them on your social networks;
Ok, this other day I had an idea on writting about Regular Show then ended up forgetting. So today; just after watching an episode of those cartoons, I went straight ahead with the writing cause damn those cartoons are so Damn good!! Those who watch will agree with me. On the other hand, those of you who do not watch, you’re missing out on some really cool stuff. Yeah, yeah, we all know that Cartoon Network is showing more and more of boring and kiddies stuff nowadays, BUT! on Regular Show they are showing some other level type of Cartoons trust me! Well the cartoons are based on these two guys; a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby. Both are probably around the age of 21,22 or 23 and work at a park. These guys are either playing video games,avoiding work, slacking off or something else but definatley avoiding work daily. Throughout all these activities they go through some supernatural,weird,extreme and normal adventures. The series is sort of like a comedy,fantasy, drama and a bit of action type of cartoons you have to watch it to understand me. And ohh! also; it has no age restriction, ’cause a lot of people tell me they enjoy it from 10 year olds to adults. Even my School Accounting teacher does, so I urge you to go watch REGULAR SHOW.
That’s all. Enjoy!
Before you start thinking “he’s just another white rapper,” well he’s not. G-Eazy, real name Gerald Earl Gillum of Oakland, Carlifornia USA released his sophomore album ‘these things happen’ on the 24th of June 2014.
The album feels honest, honest lyrics and more ‘feel’ oriented as opposed to the ‘I’m also in it’ trend that’s taken over the music industry.
Follow the link below to download the album and have a listen
Meet Kevin Roosevelt, a producer/vocalist who started off as a drummer. Having started production because of school policy, what the world has to say about that is thank you for steering this man in the right direction. I was drew to his work by his contribution to HS87. Taking nothing away from the album nor adding too much value to his work, I feel that his absence would be surely heard.
For those who have not heard HS87 and/or the RoseGold EP follow the links below:
Check out this mini gallery below of some of the dapper styles found on tumblr;