Posts Tagged ‘J Dilla’
South Londoner Joel Culpepper served the visuals to ’Passenger’ from his latest project Skydive. The song directed by Abi Moore shows the singer speaking on the highs and lows of relationships. I am guessing it is from experience as it feels quite real and emotive to the core. Some of us have been there I am sure.Read More
Everyone meet ev4n holt, a 19-year-old San Diego, CA native who currently resides in Atlanta. He classifies his genre of style as Experimental/Hip-Hop with influences of J. Dilla, Kanye West, Raekwon, and T.I. Above is a track titled ‘Hope That’ from his previous years project ‘ Thanks Dilla’. You can preview more of his tracks at the link below as well as follow him on Twitter.Read More
“There is a lot of legal concerns that don’t concern me at all, that the family has to deal with… I don’t want to further complicate anything that has to do with the Yancy family…I thought about it, but at the exact same time my concern was helping out the family…” – Charles Hamilton
Charles reached out to KarenCivil.com to Â give the following statement.Read More
Demevolist front man, Charles Hamilton, has never been one to “follow the crowd”. In an act that has several members of the Detroit hip-hop community upset, Hamilton, who is prepping the release of his Interscope debut, The Perfect Life, named the late producer/rapper, James Dewitt Yancey (J. Dilla), as executive producer. Charles reached out to KarenCivil.com to explain his rationale behind the decision.Read More
Last Night, Ladies Love NYC partnered up with the Lupus Foundation of Americaâ€™s New Jersey Chapter to raise awareness and funds for lupus during an unforgettable evening of art, music and education. Bringing together a never-before-seen cultural collective some of New Yorkâ€™s most influential women, the event payed homage to artist like J. Dilla, Michael Jackson and Seal, who have all suffered from lupus.
Â Created to impress even the most discriminating music and art aficionados, Ladies Love NYCâ€™s Lupus Fundraiser and Tribute featured:
â€¢Â Â Â MCâ€™s Jean Grae and Bless Roxwell
â€¢Â Â Â A live performance Tribute to J.Dilla Featuring Nikki Glaspie (Sugamamasâ€™) on Drums, Presented by Revive Da Live
â€¢Â Â Â DJ sets by Brina Payne, Chela, Jasmine Solano, Tara (Rare Form), Mirandom and ILL P (Stonecutters)
â€¢Â Â Â Paintings by Lichiban and Alexandra Cespedes
â€¢Â Â Â Photography and videography from Cee the Photographer, Elizabeth Allen (EMA Photography), Texas (THE NEW POP) and Tchaiko Owamale (My Fave Things).
DJ lineup took guests on a journey with works and productions by one of Detroitâ€™s late music legends,Â J. Dilla.