Your Old Droog came through the shop and blessed us with bars for “OFF TOP,” our brand new series of exclusive freestyles shot on VHS.
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Audio Produced by Dj J Hart (http://www.iamjhart.com)
Directed/Filmed by Joshua Scott (http://www.joshuascottphoto.com)
Edited by Ayyyyyyyj (https://instagram.com/ayyyyyyyj/)
Your Old Droog appears courtesy of Him Damn Self / Droog Recordings.
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Dave East is the latest guest to appear on Karen Civil & Civil TV’s “Welcome To My Neighborhood” series. In the latest episode, Dave East takes us through his hometown of Harlem, NYC where he was born & raised. Talks spending time in Queens, working on his craft, signing to Nas’ Mass Appeal records & more.
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I forgot all about this when it dropped. Always been a fan of Lloyd Banks. In my opinion the dopest out of G-Unit. Click the link above to download if you dig what you hear.
I’m digging this. Not long to wait now….
My brother J57 has dropped a true and living banger right here for Meth and Co. Enjoy.
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Video Directed by the Last American B-Boy
They are back. Peep the info:
The station sign says Ozone Park, but the truth is we’ve landed in Richmond Hill, Queens. We’re way way out from Manhattan’s commercial districts and expensive real estate now, and that distance helps create this bustling immigrant neighborhood and protect it from encroachment.
The demographics here are a globe-spanning mix of the West and East Indies. Richmond Hill is called “Little Guyana” for the prevailing influence of that South American nation (a British colony until 1966), but the Caribbean islands (particularly Trinidad) and Indian subcontinent are in the mix as well.
The combination is literally delicious, and this area might be the richest for food options that we’ve seen so far. Trini Roti shops, Chinese-Guyanese hybrids, restaurants that sell clothes out front and do your taxes in the back. How are we ever going to leave this place?
Featuring Dallas Penn & Rafi Kam
Directed by Casimir Nozkowski
Shot by Jesse Brown
Edited by Bryan Galatis
Field Producer: Humu Yansane
Music: Aaron S. Brown http://aaronsbrown.com
Re-Recording Engineer: Tod Chapman
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What is a Food Warrior?
The Internets Celebrities have become the Food Warriors again for season two of their subterranean journey along NYC’s ‘A’ train line. Dallas and Rafi will again look to find the best places to eat when they exit the subway system, with the help of the people they encounter at that station. Democracy based dining done with the Internets Celebrities inimitable style. Come along for the ride…
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Peep the info: For this installment of Rhythm Roulette, we connected with Extra P, aka Large Professor. We took the legendary Queens producer to Human Head Records in Brooklyn, where he picked three random records to begin a game of Rhythm Roulette. He ended up grabbing an Instant Funk record, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes’ Black and Blue album, and Shirley Scott’s On A Clear Day. From there, Extra P began to go through the records and create some new heat from what he picked.
Shout out to Tragedy Khadafi for the cameo.