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Soul Culture UK Freddie Gibbs f/ G-Wiz & G.I. Fleezy – “Keep It On The Real” | New Music Thurz x Christian Rich perform “Punky Brewster” [Video] OverDoz – ‘Boom’ [Mixtape] | Stream/Download Tech Times iPhone 5s fingerprint sensor gets dissed by some users Google Play Music hits App Store: All-you-can-hear...

Shot, edited and directed from a long time homie of mine Embryo, "The Spymaster" is based on an the true story of five High Level British Intelligent Agents who were assigned to spy on the Russians during the 1950's and 1960s. Forgot to mention that the whole...

August became the 25th anniversary for Capcom's iconic Street Fighter series and I viewed this dope documentary on its history today after putting it off for so long.

Found lyrical references for each character in Street Fighter 2 by some of Hip-Hop's greatest. Click "Read More" to continue.

Da Mafia 6ix feat. Yelawolf – “Go Hard” | New Music "Looks like the Da Mafia is back and haven’t lost a step. Obviously missing Juicy J, DJ Paul found a way to bring back Gangsta Boo, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous and Crunchy Black for a relaunch of Three 6 Mafia, now titled Da Mafia 6ix." Isaiah Rashad discusses...

A good friend of mine Arif S. Kinchen invited me to a screening of hilarious independent mocku-doc Con Artists starring Yuri Lowenthal ( Ben 10: Alien Force), Tara Platt (Naruto) and Boris Kievsky (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3). Playing out like a geeked out version of Borat, the film has Kievsky (serving also as writer/director/producer) following Lowenthal and Platt (both getting writing/producer credit also) around as the two run the comic convention circuit. Con Artists makes the right moves by unapologetically immersing itself in the culture of the popular conventions while having fun with the day-to-day lives of the focal characters. Making the film interesting is how mundane yet normal both Lowenthal and Platt's lives seem even in their niche celebritydom, something that's perfectly played upon as the film draws to it's conclusion.  There's always a self awareness in every shot that works on so many levels.

Since the early days of hip-hop, one of the genre’s biggest criticisms is its musical validity. Is sampling just lazy copying? Does Fruityloops usage make one any less of a musician? Or should listeners just rely on a song’s enjoyability? This is what makes Terrace...