After releasing a few teasers Dear Simone and Kids On The Corner, the soulful sound of Jacob Banks serves up his eagerly anticipated EP, The Monologue.
In House of Lies, Showtimes top comedy series, Marty Kaan and his team of consulting experts are geniuses. They prove to be the sharks of BS’ing and that’s why they’re so great. Today we break down just a few key points about their office dynamics – which you will find hold some similarities to what you currently experience.
ATLien designer trapper Reese brings in the new year with this KC exclusive release, “Steezus Christ” produced by Tec Beatz. Following his 2012 momentum building up from mixtape, Reese Vs The World 2, featuring collaborations from the likes of Trinidad James, Fly Union, and Two9′s Curtis Williams, Reese continues to drop quality content. Word on the internet is we’ll be getting a video from the Atlanta native soon as well.
Now we all saw “A Short Film by Kendrick Lamar” on the album cover (or maybe you didn’t), but we had no clue that this would actually come to life. In a recent interview with GQ, Compton’s son and TDE artist Kendrick Lamar hinted at the possible release of his debut album, “good kid, m.A.A.d city” in a short film. For more info and details, hit the jump.
Everyone who’s anyone in the Hip Hip community and beyond knows of the extermly dope brand Rock Smith! Rock Smith has been lacing some of the hottest rappers of past and current generations with some of the most edgiest gear known to the urban side of fashion. Offering a distinct mix between the rocker lifestyle, and the cold urban city streets, RockSmith is still a brand prefered over others and is back with their 2012 Winter Collection Look Book. Check out the entire lookbook after the jump!
By now, everyone knows Kendrick Lamar. Everyone knows Kendrick Lamar dropped arguably Hip-Hop’s finest album of 2012. And pending you’re active on the blog world and/or Twitter universe, you know Lil Wayne was one of the guests K. Dot brought out this past weekend at Power 106′s Cali Christmas concert. An obvious form of respect and recognition from two different generations of rap, indeed, but what’s even more intriguing is the history many have either forgotten or were unaware of totally.
If you’re not familiar with the name, then something is wrong. The man behind the new found phrase, “popped a molly, i’m sweating – woo!” is at it again as he prepared to release his new video ‘One More Molly’. Trinidad James has been on the move, straight off the heels of his new signing to Def Jam, the signee took over the Pheed House in the hills of Los Angeles for a set full of girls and gold. Check out our behind-the-scenes exclusive as Civil TV brings you a dose of Trinidad.
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