Don’t be afraid to dream.
Don’t be afraid to dream.
Finally a video shows the world what Eugene, Oregon is actually like (jokes). Great track and hilarious video. Please enjoy your 32 oz beverages safely.
We caught the video premiered on Vibe this morning.
Billboard Magazine seem to be more hip to Seattle hip hop than other national publications, mentioning Grynch on the cover a few years back, and Macklemore announced today on Instagram that he would be featured on the cover of the magazine alongside Ryan Lewis.
— Macklemore (@macklemore) May 17, 2013
“You have the best of all worlds…on a sunny day.”
“Macklemore and Ryan Lewis discuss what it was like growing up in Seattle’s outdoors. Watch as they discuss growing up on Capitol Hill in Seattle and how nature’s beauty influenced them. Macklemore describes how he started rapping and freestyling when he was hanging out at parks at night. Spending time outdoors is what shaped him, how will it shape you?
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis want to know, ‘What Would You Do For Earth?’”
Seattle hip hop trio TH3RDZ consists of three emcees: JFK aka Ninja Face– who has toured the globe as one half of Rhymesayers’ cloak-and-dagger rap outfit Grayskul; Candidt– who helmed a long-running, influential monthly hip hop showcase in The Corner and also has toured much of the U.S.; and Xperience aka XP– who has lent his gospel-influenced vocals to local projects as often as his rhymes, as well as, embarked on a nationwide tour with none other than Macklemore.
I know very little about this guy Dust, but he sure can spit and he never hesitates to say outlandish things. He also hails from PDX . Sounds like a win to me.
Check out his new project Dust vs. The Operator. Dude’s no dummy.
The lowkey Portland native Wingate spent a year and a half working on his album, All Too Well, which he released today for free on Soundcloud. Much different than the majority of local underground rap, the NBG emcee/producer approaches rap from a more sensitive angle. Definitely the kind of music you throw on in the whip after the club when you’re riding around with some freaks and ask, “Y’all ever heard of Wingate?”
We wish ‘Gate the best in his recent relocation to LA. Follow your dreams, young fella. #OutHere
Before he was the big boss of the city, Cool Nutz was dropping Harsh Game For The People.
16 years later, the big homie is still at it. In case you haven’t peeped his latest project Bars yet, I’m throwing that in below. The title track, produced by Terminill, is probably my favorite. Bars also showcases features from Arjay, Maniak Loc and Oakland’s Nightclubber Lang.
Check it out! #BARS #OutHere
Nacho and Darko let this go on twitter today.
VAMPSTERDAM…COMING SOONER RATHER THAN LATER