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
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.
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.
Last night, The J. Dilla Foundation hosted its first annual tribute concerts to the late J. Dilla at Webster Hall. Featuring hip-hop’s highly respected and endearing pioneers like Jarobi from A Tribe Called Quest, Talib Kweli, Pharaoh Monch, 88 Keys to young and promising artists like YC the Cynic and eclectic soul-hop band, Phone Ppl.
From the sunny streets of Cali to the brick city blocks of Newark, New Jerusalem soul-hop artist MoRuf never disappoints with a sick drop of a freestyle, “mosdef.(freestyle)”, over Mos Def’s smooth instrumental, “May-December.”
EARFLOAT Radio presents: Your new favorite banger of the summer. Get lower, lose your manners and “fuck up the party”.
Here’s Mike Will’s #MikeWillBeenTrill tape and a couple of visuals from this past week’s drops from some of your favorite trap artists as well as other miscellaneous videos that I enjoyed watching for the first time last night.
Sh*t I missed, a new series featuring artists that have been making classics way before we knew what a classic could sound like in 2014. Particularly music from the West Coast and areas outside of the Tri-State area, I will be covering a lot of material that I missed out on while being consumed by the hype from the above-ground scene in Hip-Hop.