Most High - @GilbereForte feat. Casey Veggies & Droop-E
Death - Politicians In My Eyes
I was put onto this band about 2 years ago. Apparently these guys are pioneers of the punk music scene, but they never seemed to reach the mainstream. These guys have the most awesome sound, and it’s sad that an all African-American punk band in 1975 didn’t make it, or get the proper credit they deserved. These guys are underground legends!
Kendrick Lamar - Tammy’s Song
This song fucking blew my mind when I first heard it. The storytelling and lyrical composition in Tammy’s Song is amazing. Top that with a straight-to-the-point catchy hook and a unique flow and u have a very clean cut classic. The video itself was, ehh… it was okay. Although, not very much is needed to keep my attention visually since Kendrick already did a great job lyrically.
Dope Sample - @AsapTwelvyy (prod. by @OGPURRP)
The title of this song speaks for itself! On another note, fuck $wag! S/O to ASAP Twelvvy the A$AP crew on the come-up tho. This song cranks, courtesy of SpaceGhostPurrp and the fucking gnarly Biggie sample.
Radiohead - House Of Cards
Hands down, 1 of my favorite bands of all-time. Sonically they put together amazing music, and Thom Yorke is a fucking genius. It’s actually kinda scary…. No really, the music has the potential to be kinda scary. But that’s what I love about it. Trippy videos, dangerous melodies, beautifully hurt vocals, & abstract lyrics. Radiohead is the shit!
Theophilus London “Oops” soundtrack + Lindsay Lohan “Private Party” visuals
Let me just start off by saying that Lindsay Lohan is a hot filthy cunt and I fucking love her. Minus the controversy and the bullshit, she’s quite the interesting person. I didn’t even know this short flick was in existence, and kudos to Theophilus for creating the perfect soundtrack to these visuals. When I first heard this song leak in early 2010, minus the visuals, I honestly didn’t get it. It’s not every day you think of someone covering a Tweet song (anybody remember her). And no, that’s not a Twitter reference. But Theophilus rediscovers why this song was such a hit and adds his own London swag to it, then voila, an unexpected hit is born. By the way, major shoutouts to Hudson Mohawke, 1 of my favorite producers/artists out right now for the sonic re-interpretation of this hip-hop classic.