My tales retelling my experience with Kara Walker’s “A Subtlety” art installation in Domino’s Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, NY.
Flatbush Zombies, A$AP Mob, Tan Boys, Suede Jury @ Music Hall of Williamsburg | 4/24/2014
EARFLOAT TV™ Presents:
Pro-Era’s Joey Bada$$, CJ Fly, Kirk Knight and Nyck Caution, as well as Stone Rollers Skate Gang + Black Dave, Mick Jenkins, Brooklyn’s Kris Kasanova, Shakespeare, and Chicago’s Lil Bibby shut down the Music Hall of Williamsburg for their 4/20 The Smokers Club: Legalize NY show.
An EARFLOAT TV™ Exclusive | MoRuf, Iman Omari, Brainchild, Billlzegypt + more @ SEED Gallery in Newark, NJ, April 16th, 2014.
Top 8 Most Iconic Hip-Hop Producers of the Decade
Overview of Rutgers University’s Unity Day 2014 | Featuring performances by: Dizzy Wright, Mike Zombie (OVO), NJ Rebels x Dead Rebel Society, + more | Video coming soon via blackcongolese.com
World’s Fair x The AV Club at the Bowery Electric for a private brunch/film screening of their new video series, “Pioneering,”. At the brunch screaming, “FCK YR BRNCH!” Video recap and photos included.
Between cutting footage and pulling selects from my past weekend in Rahway, Chinatown and Harlem, I subconsciously deviated from my repetitive task at hand and found myself on YouTube watching “Lookin’ Ass Niggas” on 1080p. Here’s how I came across Nabil, the leader of the new budget film era.
Classic, addictive, real, transcending, non-conforming, bold, brave and unapologetic, fierce and persistent, “Turn the Lights Out” reminds me of what pure love feels like. Like: the feeling of when you see your parents dance together for the first time, barefoot and young minded in the carpeted living room, curtains tied back and windows cracked to let the fresh summer evening breeze swim inside your home to wash over the surface of hot and sticky skin perspiring from Memorial Day heatwave, record player spinning a 12″ original pressed “Outstanding” vinyl, your father getting carried away from his signature 2-step your mother would tell you in stories in childhood that made her knees weak, and forget to lower the heat on the BBQ grill, leading everyone to gut-rippling laughter, knowing good and well nothing so small could impact the connection shared anywhere prior to this moment. Not convinced yet? Take a listen for yourself.
Friday was one of the most eventful days of the entire year. From being ditched by a client in SoHo at 9am in the morning, to running into Lil Durk on Canal Street, to preparing myself to do exclusive live coverage for an event by LIM College’s most visionary creatives, I was heavily taxed with task and responsibility. However, what I looked forward to the most that day was attending Fake Socialite NYC’s photo shoot for their latest spring collection that dropped Friday morning.
On the behalf of XXL Magazine, I had the opportunity to attend Hot97’s Lox / French Montana / Bodega Bamz / Action Bronson show at the Best Buy Thearter in Time Square. Recap inclosed.
Ear Drumma’s Rae Sremmurd drop their newest track, “No Flex Zone,” blazing the Interwebs and setting the bar pretty high for counterparts to adhere to.