For eight years, Aquamarina, a Peruvian swimwear brand, has been the go-to brand by women who favor glamorous yet playful silhouettes. Renowned for their eclectic mix of fabric, coloration and texture along with a flattering fit and impeccable design, Aquamarina echoes a free-spirited, high-fashion vibe. What sets the brand apart from the rest is its use of plain fabrics embellished with printed designs and rhinestone appliqués. Aquamarina has stayed true to evolving trends in swimwear, but has added its unique touch to every season
DREAM GIRLS …is a nod to the 90′s female Hip-Hop head, who is just as knowledgeable, confident, participatory, and literate in Hip-Hop culture as her male counter parts – essentially a male Hip-Hop head’s ‘Dream Girl.’
Shot by Chris Carr (Eat The Cake NYC), make-up by Diti (Diti Devi Makeup Artistry). Featuring Alison Carney, Jayne Kennedi, Jheanelle Morgan, and Shanika Wright.
We release the long awaited Mixtape Album for Canadian R&B Singer/Songwriter Cuban. The Album is titled “Psycho Therapy” The compilation of all 14 original songs are written by Cuban, and Produced By Twin for Psych Ward Creative Group Inc.
Brooklyn-based MCs/ruffians Ninjasonik are set to drop their No Swords or Masks EP on Decon March 6. Straddling the worlds of electro, pop punk, and rap music, Ninjasonik present a unique equation- they manipulate instrumental elements and tempos sometimes pushing their verses beyond the 140 BPM mark with their eyes fixated on the hooks (and there are plenty).
No Swords Or Masks firmly nails down musical ideas that Ninjasonik have explored on their previous releases. Bouncing comfortably between electro and rap, juxtaposed with a punk attitude gives edge to the EP that is amongst the most radio-friendly music released by Decon, the staunchly independent record label, production company, and idea shop responsible for recent releases by Gangrene and Pusha T.
Well regarded for their raucous stage show, Reverend McFly and Telli Gramz turn a keen ear to this record, incorporating production from David Sisko, Soundwaave, and Plain Pat among others. Lyrically, the duo has never been sharper- though subject matter primarily touches on women, partying, and partying with women- proficient wordplay and cadence align them with the best hip-hop spitters. Verses from Mr. Starcity, Ifsonive, Daniel Merriweather, Shyvonne & Johnny on The Rocks (of Rocky Business) seal the deal. No Swords or Masks will serve as an appropriate precursor to the coming full length on Decon, slated for Spring/Summer 2012.
“Get What You Love,” Produced by Rafpak, will be featured on Wordsmith’s upcoming Mixtape “Prelude to the King” sponsored by 2 Dope Boyz in April. The release of his next LP, “King Noah”, will follow in June, stay tuned!
Sgt Over has been wrapping up recording for his solo album “Precious
Jewels”. He recently had Sadat X and Just Putt (1/2 of DPS) feature on
this song for the album.
This is also going to be the first album coming out on the recently
incorporated DPSMG (Dead Poets Society Music Group) record label.
Check out the video we captured as recording took place.
The Chicharones have wrapped up recording their upcoming album “Swine Flew” and to celebrate the fruits of their labors they decided to create and release the brand new absolutely free mixtape “Por Que (Pork, Eh?)”. This time around Josh & Sleep were on tour with nothing but stolen mixtapes and work out jams to write to. A mash-up of classic and mainstream instrumentals, all re-imagined and re-written with the original Chicharones flavor.
The Stereo Boyz pay tribute to their Hometown Hero J.Dilla and also present this video to Maureen Yancey aka Ma Dukes as a Valentine’s Day gift.
The tribute was performed at the Stereo Boyz show at Magic Stick Lounge in Detroit on Feb 2nd 2012 by the Detroit Dance Union. Mixo (Stereo Boyz) had the idea for the Dance performance to a selection of J.Dilla’s beats and the choreography was put together by Jodie Svagr of the Detroit Dance Union.
Appearing during the tribute: Fat Ray, 5Ela, Supa Emcee, Stereo Boyz, Dj Sicari, Valid, John C and more
Also: Dead Prez, Wanja of IStillLoveHER.de
The video was directed and edited by Sacramento Knoxx