January 30, 2013

Fashawn - Generation F

Akbar - Good Food



So how is your diet...?

January 29, 2013

Inspectah Deck + 7L & Esoteric - CZARFACE - "Air 'em Out"



Haven't seen any of these kats in a minute. Interesting collaboration.

Praverb & Soulmade - Progression


Yall worried about spittin, I'm worried about a pension.

Gospel Lee - This Is (Who I Am)

Sounds of The Deep (@YeaSavino,@YeaKev,@WriteousInk)

January 25, 2013

Skyzoo - Spike Lee Was My Hero ft. Talib Kweli



This is a great homage to Spike Lee. Good introductory video for SkyZoo's Vevo Channel.

January 24, 2013

The Black Opera - Fxckin' Problem



MESSAGE FROM [T]HE [B]LACK [O]PPOSITES:
"Fxck what the title say tho...This aint that earthy ass conscious Black Opera shit cuh. This that ratchet ass swag shit cuh. This that Black Opposites shit my nig! Woo! Trill level just passed 3000 and rising. My nigga Andy MADD behind the camera and shiiiiit. We poppin pills and clockin mills. We trynna make that Illuminati money my nigga. WE DEM ILLUMINATI  MONEY NIGGAS!! HAA! Now that's REALLY shining bruh!! Soon as we get rich enough to get away with lip syncing at the inauguration my nigga...SOON AS!! We gone deck the studio walls out wit all gold errything....nigga fxck yo MacBook, we gone have wallpaper made from real gold cuh. Woo! With blood diamond studs my nig!! Dead Ass. Real niggas only, no fxck boys allowed. We all got fxckin problems, but if you got a fxckin problem with us you can get handled just like the nigga in the video, Biiiiitch!!"

A MESSAGE FROM THE BLACK OPERA:
In times like these, Dark Comedy is no laughing matter. So with all jokes aside, we wanted to put a satirical spin on A$AP Rocky's "Fuckin' Problem" in order to address current events and issues. Events and issues that include the school shooting in Connecticut, gun control, mental health, and America's prescription drug addition amongst others. RIP to everyone that lost their lives in the Newtown, CT school shooting and the innocent lives lost everyday in these streets and around the world.

January 17, 2013

Open Letter To Hip Hop... by Donny Goines

Dear Hip Hop,

This is a difficult letter for me to write. Last year, I caused many problems within our community. Whether right or wrong, I made decisions that impacted our culture in a negative manner as a whole.

Some of you have known me for years, others for a short period of time but nonetheless I’ve always embraced my fellow artists and everyone within this realm with a smile and open arms. Humility, love, honor and respect are the four cornerstones of my career and I am ashamed to admit that I haven’t lived up to those standards as of late.

Unification has always been one of my primary agendas as an artist. My passion and zeal helped me create wonderful moments throughout the years that I will never forget but negative actions temporary clouded my judgment. I couldn’t see the damage I was causing but in hindsight the effects were visceral.

I regret nothing because the actions I took helped me to become a stronger and smarter man but moving forward I have to understand how my words and movements can affect those around me. Spirituality, family, growth, knowledge and mentoring have caused me to face the error of my ways and I don’t like the image staring back. With that being said, I have to become the change.

I decided to take on the position of Brand Ambassador for Artists.MTV and continue my BARS series for two simple reasons. The first, I have to rectify the mistakes I’ve caused by showing the world that unity in Hip Hop is important. Secondly, I remember the first time I saw myself on MTV and the elation felt was sublime to say the least. I want to give others the chance to experience that same feeling and this innovative platform provides the opportunity for artists to submit their music directly to the network.

I’m sorry for all the problems I’ve caused, but I’m working on solutions to help us ALL move forward and realize our dreams.

Love, Peace & Respect.

Donny Goines

January 14, 2013

Bro. Dick Gregory On 'Django Unchained': "Spike Lee Is A Thug & A Punk."



Yeah... Dick Gregory never fails to break things down. So much information.

@TKintheAM Episode 6: Jazz & Cake!


Media maven, Yams of Grungcake Magazine discusses of how she identifies cool before it's even noticed and her many media outlets that celebrate it. Cecilia Stalin out of the UK stopped by the studio and shared her thoughts on keeping jazz alive and relevant today and we got treated to her song "Step Like a Giant" based on John Coltrane's classic, Giant Steps.

TKintheAM Episode 6: was sponsored by http://NomadnessTV.com!!

January 11, 2013

January 10, 2013

TK in the AM Episode 4: Ask T&T + Django



Today's episode debuted Ask T&T segment. Tasty and Tina discuss polyamory and how to deal with hating your partner's best Friend. Also a discussion about Quentin Tarantino's 'Django' with special guest @goddessjaz.

January 5, 2013

RansomNote (@RansomNoteFYM) - Classic


I'm trynah bring that rap back, back to the basement, back to the days when rap was amazin, Now rappers make pop songs, rappin on occasion...
I ain't mad at the kid. Got dem pegs on the BMX. Bottom gold fronts... Lot of quotable lines. I'm finna download this mixtape and see what he's all about... Download Link
 

Jay Citee (@MoreMoneyCitee) - Wake Em Up


I can't put my finger on it but there's something sincere about this kid.

January 4, 2013

@TKintheAM Episode 2: @QueenGodIs



The official first live TK in the AM broadcast with guests! An amazing show to really get things started. Patrice Peck of Ebony.com discusses black pop culture 2012 and beyond. Also a top five list of very useful mobile apps. We got to know QueenGodis a bit who gave us a tremendous spoken word piece, entitled "Dear Claire Huxtable" she recently performed at the Apollo Theater. What a great way to end the week!
Guest curated playlist of the day:
LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out
Queen GodIs - I Love U
Lupe Fiasco - All Black Everything
Nas - Bye Baby
Beyonce ft. Andre 3000 - Party
Queen GodIs - Living Life 

 

January 2, 2013

@TastyKeish Launches Brand New Morning Show. TK in the AM

After doing FM radio for over seven years at WBAI 99.5 FM, covering SXSW year after year. Traveling the globe with her indie video show and hosting NYC's best Mic Open A Monthly Bondfire for two and half years... TastyKeish decided what she wanted to do most is have her very own morning show. So today began her new adventure. You can listen to the TK in the AM pilot below.

"TK in the AM" brings in the New Year with an introduction of what the show is all about and who the TastyKeish is. Discussions on current events, trends and music. From conscious to ratchet and everything in between. Just a microcosm of things to come.


Playlist:
Santigold - Disparate Youth
Kendrick Lamar - Bitch, Don’t Kill my Vibe
Belizian James - No Gold Anything
Sammus - Anything
Malik Work and Nickodemus - Let Me See Some ID
Frank Ocean - Sweet Life
iAreConscious - Messin' Wit My Molecules
iAreConscious - Salmonella RePurposed
Zebra Katz ft Redddfoxxx - Ima Read
Homeboy Sandman - Eclipse
Kids These Days - Don’t Harsh my mellow 


http://tkintheam.com

Ratings and Recommendations by outbrain