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Humans of New York | Jise One Interview

HONY puts the Spotlite on Jise Humans of New York caught up with Jise recently. He shared an emotional story that has got the internet in tears. Check out the post here. “My older brother was my hero growing up. Everyone called him ‘Jise.’ He was this hip-hop dude. People loved him, especially the girls. Everyone knew when he walked into a room. I was the opposite. I blended into the crowd. I was quiet. I made…

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Dro Pesci | Still Ill [Music Video]

Dro Pesci presents his newest music video Still Ill. In his 3rd video off his latest project, Dro talks about how much hasn’t changed after a few overseas tours and releases. While labels are still trying to change and mold artists to what they want Dro remains independent and continues to be the artist he wants to in this comical video directed by Mo Stafford. Beat produced by Germany’s own Roccwell and cuts laid by the…

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Ralph Lauren Polo to re-release pieces from the retro 1992 stadium line

Will Ralph Lauren re-release the 1992 stadium line? Over the last year the internet has been sharing reports and images of vintage Ralph Lauren items. Rumors suggesting some of Polos timeless classics from the past are making a re-appearance. Pieces made famous, and notorious by street crews in NYC, particularly the “Lo Lifes“. The 90s in NY saw a rare subculture of graff writers who were obsessed and would obtain by any mean necessary “Ralph Lauren Polo”,…

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Jise One | Origins ep. 1

  It was Vandyke houses in Brooklyn NY. Late 80’s, Early 90’s. I lived with my aunt and 2 cousins for some time growing up. I remember my cousin Swinga was nice off the top of the head and he would write these sick ass rhymes on the top bunk and i’d be his ear when he wanted to run anything that he wrote by me. He had such a confidence about him. That cadence, flow and delivery…

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Double Album Release Party | The Delencey

Double Album Release Party | The Delencey Rock Da House presents a double album release party hosted. June 14th come celebrate John Jiggs and Dane Ones newest releases. The Legendary Kool Keith will be hosting, lots of live performances. Classic Storm Radio | Bodega Cold Kutz | Writters Block Conerts Presnts: #RockDaHouse June 14th HOSTED BY KOOL KEITH, FREE ADMISSION JOHN JIGG$ & K.SLUGGAH “TWIN CANNONS” DANE UNO “EVERYTHING IN THE DARK COMES TO THE…

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Mr Complex | Live At The Delancey

Mr Complex | Live At The Delancey   Mr. Complex Forever New Album Release Party Classic Storm Radio / Bodega Cold Kutz / Writters Block Concerts Presents #RockDaHouse May 31st Mr Complex “Forever New” Album Release Party Hosted by Pharoahe Month. Music by Resident DJ: DJ Toshi as well as guests.Live at the Delancey: 168 Delancey St. New York NY 10002.  Free Admission, Opens at 8 drinks specials 8-9 I.Ds a must.   Special Guests…

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Alpha Faktion – Creative Control

“In a group dynamic, you have multiple opinions to consider, which can complicate things. But we somehow created a record that embodies all three of us.” -Alpha Faktion on creating their new opus, Creative Control Creative Control is a hard-hitting musical statement from the upstate New York rap crew, Alpha Faktion, who passionately eschew the compromise that often comes with trying to reach a bigger audience in the music world. Instead, they focused on staying…

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Nick Wiz: Cellar Sounds vol.5 | Creative Juices Music

  Cellar Sounds Vol. 5 No Sleep Recordings and production master Nick Wiz, return with the long-awaited fifth installment of the “Cellar Sounds” 2CD series. Again, this is a treasure chest of vintage mid-90s underground Hip-Hop; the majority of which has never been heard before! Again, Nick showcases why his studio “The Cellar” was a key location in the NJ/NYC underground scene. His unique fusion of filters, horns, smacking SP-1200 drums and dense bass-lines gave…

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