- By admin on December 6, 2013
I hope you guys don’t mind that this is my second Childish Gambino post in a row, but he just dropped the video for ’3005′. This being my favorite track on the project (that still hasn’t been released I might add), I knew I had to share it. The video it’s self is pretty simple, but still pretty cool. It shows Bino riding around on a ferris wheel, not having that great of a time apparently. Check it out!
Well isn’t this a surprise. Childish Gambino released the video for ‘Worst Guys’ featuring Chance The Rapper. But he didn’t spread it around, blasting it on his social network or anything. Instead, he obscured it on page 63 of his website for some unsuspecting person to stumble across. Well, someone did, and now it’s ended up in my hands.
The video itself is pretty fun, basically a day at the beach. You see Bino chill in with his whole crew, Chance included. It’s part of a bigger storyline though. Bino also released a 76 page screenplay that includes all of the songs off Because The Internet and alludes to some of his past works. Talk about an all encompassing masterpiece. You can check out the screenplay at becausetheinter.net, and find the video on his site. Page 63. You can’t miss it. But for your ease we’ve included it below. The password is ”12.10.13SIXTY“.
Edit: Looks like its been taken down, sorry!
After one listen through L’Orange and Stik Figa’s The City Under The City album, it was one of my favorite of the year. It was a lot of things – Old school, dark, exciting, and filled to the brim with boom-bap production and smooth rhymes. The duo is back with a new video to remind you of all of that for ‘Blind Tiger’.
The black & white video follows the aesthetic of the audio, trailing the battered emcee as he escapes a bearded assailant. Described by the duo as ”a dark and abstract journey”, this video is quite the testament to that. It’s unsettling to say the least, but it sticks with you.
Some of you may have heard about Mac Miller and funk duo The Internet’s upcoming collaborative album, but if not, let this be your introduction. His choice to connect with The Internet came from a life-long dream to play with a band. He finally saw this dream come true when he went on his Space Migration Tour, and found how great live instrumentation is. Anyways,‘The Star Room’ and ‘Killin’ Time’ both appeared on his latest album, but the new rendition with The Internet adds a new jazzy element. We all know how well Mac works with Jazz, and he lays down magic on the track. Check it out below and look out for Live From Space on December 17th.
Phoniks is back at it, cranking out fresh beats and combining them with classic lyrics. Today we get a remix to A Tribe Called Quest’s ‘Stressed Out’ and it’s fire. Although the beat is relatively simple, it carries the lyrics with ease. It is a jazz flute and piano driven piece, and each element – the flute, piano, and drums – hold their own place in the track. Sometime they harmonize, but all the time they have the classic sound I have come to love from Phoniks. Enjoy the stream below.