I wasted money on dumb shit. Sneakers, T-Shirts, Magazines, Video Games, Music equipment that I barely devoted any of my time to, amongst other frivolities. I’d always look at my account and say to myself, “Damn son, where did all the money go?”. Here’s the thing: I’m not a big spender and most of the […]Read More Invest in Yourself….
I wasn’t sure when Swarvy would release his Bop project but it unbeknownst to me due to slacking, it dropped on August 11th via Paxico Records and it’s dope! And I’m not just saying that because I’m featured on the first track (“Bop”). I love Swarvy’s style and approach to production on this project. It’s […]Read More Check It Out! Swarvy “Bop”
It’s always good to see my people up on it! I’ve met Swarvy on a few occasions and I can say that the brother is very, very talented. We actually did a joint together a few years ago and I hope that it sees the light of day. Check out how Swarvy flips the samples […]Read More SICK! Rhythm Roulette: Swarvy
1. There’s been so much happening in this world over the past week. The tragedies in Spain, Sierra Leone and of course Charlottesville. Is there ever a moment to decompress? Nah. If you’re looking for a moment to breathe, you won’t find it here. Shit happens. You can’t stop it nor can you ignore it […]Read More 8.21.17 Thoughts…
Rich Chigga is an interesting artist and I enjoy most of his releases. The visuals for “Glow Like Dat” seems to take place in the same garden where Tyler The Creator can be seen on the cover of his latest project. I like that Chigga stays in his own lane. Yeah, there’s the trap sound […]Read More For The Day: Rich Chigga “Glow Like Dat”
Around 2008 or 2009, when I first started to get into the blog game heavy, there were many sites with likeminded creatives that I connected with and Sickamore was one of those visionaries. His blog offered great content and allowed for awesome networking. Before any of us gave a thought to a blog, Sickamore was […]Read More The Come Up! Complex Hustle: Sickamore
If you’ve followed A$AP Mob member A$AP Twelvyy on social media then you are very familiar with his phrase “Last Year Being Broke”. It’s a mantra that has helped him to propel his career to new heights which included the release of his debut album, 12, earlier this month. Twelvyy has worked hard and it […]Read More Word to @AsapTwelvyy