Pharoahe Monch has a video for “Black Hand Side” from his current album W.A.R. Styles P and Phonte also appear in the video looking forlorn as they walk the streets of Brooklyn.
Daily Archives: June 7, 2011
Al-One of Portland’s Sandpeople kept his word and made his new EP Talk Of The Town available for download. You can still buy it at CDBaby and iTunes. Talk Of The Town is Al-One’s prelude to a full-length release that will be available later during the summer.
1. Monsta (feat. DJ Wels) (prod. The ARE)
2. Talk Of The Town (feat. OnlyOne) (prod. Sapient)
3. N.E.R.F. (feat. Good Biz) (prod. Chase Moore)
4. Can’t Stop (feat. Freeway & DJ Wicked) (prod. Chase Moore)
5. Freshest On The Coast (feat. Illmaculate & OnlyOne) (prod. Sapient)
June 7th, 2011 – New York, NY: Brooklyn raised MC Theophilus London has unveiled the artwork and track listing for Timez Are Weird These Days, his debut album that comes out July 19th on Warner Bros. Records. The cover photo was shot by legendary New York photographer Jonathan Mannion. Release week shows have been announced in LA & NY. Theophilus will be headlining The Troubadour in LA on July 18th and Bowery Ballroom in NYC on July 21st. On release day, July 19th, Theophilus London will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Develop Culture Announces Sponsorship of the New Kunsthalle Detroit Museum with More Sponsors Needed
Develop Culture today announced their support and sponsorship of Detroit’s newest museum, the Kunsthalle Detroit, a museum of multi-media and light-based arts and the first of its kind in the United States, and asks more companies to step-up and do the same.