Friday, June 19, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
This latest installment from the Wu Tang camp features Raekwon with appearances from hip hop veterans M.O.P. and Kool G. Rap. Just one of the highlighted tracks from the Wu’s upcoming LP, Harbor Masters. Executive produced by RZA, it’s certain we can expect some high quality, vintage Wu on the album, and hopefully MC’s will follow suit of getting back to their roots. The quest to resurrect New York City hip hop continues - Harbor Masters out June 30th, 2009.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
You want to talk “never-before-seen”, upon Kool Keith’s latest stopover in Tokyo, Teriyaki Boyz’ VERBAL put together this unreal “Black Elvis” Head Ornament through his brand Ambush. The 1 of 1 designed for Kool Keith is made of resin and comes with a gold card of authenticity. No word yet on pricing but this would make an interesting conversation piece to say the least.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Here is a link to a thread i found on juxtapoz site it got some pic's of some oldskool legends and also of Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant ( if you don't know them do your research) enjoy...
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Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Monday, June 1, 2009
The Hamburg-based collector Rik Reinking is a man of conviction. He has for many years now been accompanying numerous artists in the scene with great passion and intensity. His collection now includes representative works by some of the most influential protagonists. These include such well-known names as Banksy (UK), DAIM (Germany), Brad Downey (USA), Os Gemeos (Brazil), Shepard Fairey (USA), and Zevs (France). The exhibition will be supplemented by several artistic stances and new works, which have in part been produced specifically for Bremen. In addition, artistic interventions are planned in the Hanseatic city’s public space. Thus the exhibition will not only afford insight into a still young, unusual collection, it is at the same time a venue for the most recent developments of non-conformist art form that is in a constant state of flux.