In anticipation of his upcoming sophomore release, L.O.C.A.L. [Loyalty Over Cash And Luxury] C Plus has paired with Caligraphi Media is releasing a series of cinematic trailers. Featured in these trailers are samples from some of his standout songs on the album. In this first installment he features Blackstreet's "Deep," flipped beautifully by REL for C Plus' first single from L.O.C.A.L. To hear it yourself, peep the track below!
Fan Footage: Sister Crayon @ Low End Theory
MONDAY MAY 13, 2013 at 11:03 am
Official Aggregates Sister Crayonhad the opportunity to perform at the infamous Low End Theory in LA last week. Recently, some fan footage surfaced of them performing the title track from their latest Cynic EP. Hit the play button above and start headbanging.
I'm still not fully convinced that this wasn't planned but regardless, this is some kind of amazing.
Street Knowledge - Payper (Feat. Billy Gram)
THURSDAY MAY 02, 2013 at 11:12 am
Oakland-based hip hop artist Street Knowledge teams up with Rebellious Reflection to provide a visual for his banger "Payper" off of his latest Beat Street EP. In the video, you can catch Street Knowledge rockin' our Red Racks Embroidered snap-back- a hat that is perfectly-fitting with the theme of the video. This song is perfect for those days you need to get your paper up or days when you are proscatinating on a paper you have due.
Official Aggregates, Sister Crayon released their first visual for their debut single from their recently released Cynic EP. The video, which was premiered on the widely-popular online music publication Stereogum, is a beautiful- absolutely beautiful, visual representation of the eerie single. Press play above and get into it.
Official Crown of Laurel 4/20 SALE: $4.20 off ALL PURCHASES
WEDNESDAY APRIL 17, 2013 at 12:07 am
With our last online sale being almost a year ago, we figured it was high time that we show you guys some love. In celebration of the highest of holidays, we're offering you guys $4.20 off all orders made on April 20th. The code is resuable but will expire in 24 hours, so don't forget to punch in the code at checkout.
A lot of rappers get arrested, that's no secret- in fact, it might even be a rite of passage. But I can't recall the last time I heard about a rapper being arrested for a just cause; in this video Brother Ali does just that. "Work Everyday" is a song about the struggle of the working class in America and the challanges we face as being the bottom of pyramid. At the end of ths video, while protesting the forclusre of a home, Brother Ali peacefully breaks the police line and is arrested. Press play above and see what a real gangster looks like.
Our Cali Chambray/Camo snap-back made it all the way to Denmark and onto the head of a member of Danish Pop group, Wasteland; the band was a final contestant on the season finale of Denmark's X-Factor. I tried my best to decipher what was being said in the YouTube comments but quickly realized that I don't know word one of Danish. I can only assume every one od the comments was about how good that hat looked @ 0:30 in the video.