Daily Archives: September 16, 2011

Daryl Hall Is The Latest Collaborator For Newcomer Nikki Jean On Next Edition Of Live From Daryl’s House

Photo Credit: Mark Maglio

NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2011—When talented newcomer Nikki Jean joined up with Daryl Hall for the 46th and latest edition of Live From Daryl’s House, premiering Aug. 15 exclusively at www.lfdh.com, she was already an old hand on collaborations, but even she was impressed by the experience.


Bukue One Leads Workshop on Graffiti Art

Photo credit: Eric Swanson

Santa Fe, N.M.—September 16, 2011—Hip-hop artist Bukue One led a workshop on graffiti art Sept. 13 at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. The workshop was part of the university’s 2011–2012 Artists for Positive Social Change series, which focuses on hip-hop as a major influence on today’s culture and highlights hip-hop artists who push the boundaries of their medium. Bukue One, a leader in the world of hip-hop music and graffiti art, is globally recognized for his innovative and influential work, commitment to positive messages, and contributions to social change in his community.


Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s Return To The 36 Chambers Re-Released As Wallet Box

(September 16, 2011 – Brooklyn, NY) Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s iconic solo debut, Return To The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, is being re-released as a one-of-a-kind deluxe box set. The re-issue will be accompanied by a number of rare, limited edition, and value-added goodies, and will be available for purchase on November 22 via burgeoning imprint Get On Down.


Frank Ocean-Swim Good

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Frank Ocean drives his Halloween colored Lincoln down a highway and through the woods and ends up in the ocean so he can “Swim Good.” Unfortunately the beautiful car is blown up at the end.