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May 2, 2014

Off BBNG’s forthcoming album “III” enjoy!

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March 22, 2014

JMSN - “The One”

JMSN releases the next visuals of his latest release, “†Pllajë†.” His videos are not easy ones to digest so once again, JMSN decided to explain the context of video. Enjoy!

“Crossin a line that don’t exist”

This video is about the boundaries we make. We’re afraid of change. We’re afraid of anything different. Perception of how thingsnshould be, becomes our reality. 

Someone once told me we see other people for their actions, and ourselves as a projection of who we wanna be. Rather than face things as a whole, we base them around ourselves. Not sayin’ this is right or wrong its just what we do.

Everyone is beautiful. We’re all afraid of things we don’t understand. So we put up a wall; a defense mechanism. We tear down things we don’t understand, as if they’re wrong. Right and wrong is relative. To each their own.

This song is about wanting to find someone or something that could be the answer to all your problems, but questioning it; because deep down inside you know the only one that can solve the problems you have is yourself. When it comes down to it, you make the problems you have. Something is only a problem, if you decide to make it one. So you try to convince yourself that this person will be the answer, when you know deep down no one person is the answer.

You feel this spark. This drug sinks in and tells you “You’re perfect right here.”, but you slowly start to realize; anywhere you are…you’re still with yourself. You can’t get away from your problems, because you make your problems.

Bottom line: Things are only what you make them.

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March 22, 2014

Kenneth Whalum has been around for a while now. The bandleader, composer, arranger, and tenor saxophonist has worked with a plethora of artists from Jay-Z to the Jonas Brothers, to name a few. Whalum is gearing up release his solo project with the release of his first single “Away” featuring Big K.R.I.T. Enjoy the jazzy/soul track, thank me later. 

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Update

March 14, 2014

Hello everyone! It’s been a while!

First off, thank you for your immense support over the last 4 years, it’s been unbelievable. I’d like to say thank you to all those who have stuck by even when I wasn’t posting anything for months at a time. I’d also like to thank the people who have stopped following the site, it means a lot to have had your attention.

I want to share what I’ve been so extremely busy with in my prolonged absence, which is mainly: my work. About a year back, I got the opportunity to do some traveling with my job. It took me all over the U.S. for the better part of a year, and from there I got the chance to live in Europe for three months. Not everyone gets the chance to do something like this, so I’m extremely thankful for the wonderful and expansive opportunities that I’ve been given. In my travels, I had the pleasure of meeting some of the most amazing people, eat at the most mouthwatering restaurants, visit famous landmarks & museums, and even fall from a 30 ft high tree.

It’s been quite a journey.

Although being gone from home for a year was a great and transformative experience in my life nothing beats being back home. I’ve missed my best friends, family, and (especially) my girlfriend. The irreplaceable things in life. Now that I’m back in Miami I hope to continue sharing the things that I love and support to interest, intrigue, and teach of new things that you should be on the lookout in style, music, art, etc. Above all, I hope that you stick around too, I’m just getting started.

Once again, thank you!

Kindly,

Jose R.

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January 29, 2014

The Dutch singer released the first single “Man x Woman,” for his upcoming “Form” EP. Although this track might seem more up beat than his last effort, you can still hear that soulfulness in his voice. “Man x Woman” was produced by Full Crate and Mar. Mar has been very quiet ever since his “Seeing Her Naked” EP dropped almost two years ago. I’m glad he is back to making great music again. Be on the look for “Form” in the next coming months. Enjoy!

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January 29, 2014

Banks releases her latest hit, “Brain,” produced by the talented Shlohmo. Banks’ “London” EP was one of my favorite projects last year, with that being said I am excited to see how her LP will take shape. If this is the start then it looks like she’s on the right track. Don’t sleep on her. Enjoy! (Banks > Lorde)

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January 27, 2014

Jesse Boykins III - “Doing It Wrong (Drake Cover)”

Jesse Boykins III unleashes visuals for his Drake ode, “Doing It Wrong.” Jesse enlists photographer Olivia Seally as the main lady. Make sure to grab Jesse Boykins III’s latest project “P.O.P [Purpose or People],” enjoy! 

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January 27, 2014

The LA native remixes one of my favorite tracks off Drake’s “Nothing Was The Same.” The Cords has been making some dope tracks for quite sometime now, make sure to check out his Soundcloud for more dope music. Enjoy!

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January 17, 2014

Producers Ta-ku and Kit Pop have teamed up as HWLS for their upcoming collaborative EP set release later this year. HWLS previously released “001" a week a go as their official debut, this week they released their second effort "002.” Keep an eye on these two, they are making some of the dopest production right now. Enjoy!

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Generel Knot & CO - “The Heritage Lookbook”

December 20, 2013

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General Knot & Co. known for their unique fabric combination for ties, using vintage textile and producing in limited runs in the United States, presents “The Heritage Lookbook.”

"What is the essence of heritage? It’s being built by hand. Hands of makers who understand the craft and know that what they do gets passed down, not passed over. Strong belief in quality and even stronger ties to the people who make them. General Knot presents the new series of pieces set in old town. Made of vintage fabrics that have stood the test of time, each piece is a testament to the buildings that surround them. Timeless and lasting. This is the old world, when things were made the way they should be; just right."

Shot by the homie Neil Watson of 10 Leaves Media.

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Check out the rest of the lookbook after the jump!

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