Archive for August, 2011
Another leak from 24 Hour Karate School II. Album drops on Tuesday. Partake in the ISM.
Sir Michael & Sir Charles took over Reggie’s Rock Club for their Lollapalooza Afterparty and the good people over at RubyHornet were on hand to get some footage. Looks like it was a pretty dope show.
I hate to quote myself, but this pretty much sums it up:
Let me know if you’d like me to go into further detail. Here we have just a few clips with “Stan” & “Airplanes” above and “Love The Way You Lie” below the hop. Em also brought out Royce Da 5’9″, Bruno Mars and Skylar Grey. The rumor was that the Good Doctor himself was set to come out, but the lie detector test determined….THAT was a lie!
This one goes…
Do a couple bands, check out the trailer, and be prepared for the full clip coming soon.
THERE’S ONLY THREE WEEKS LEFT!
Only 3 more sermons remain until Genesis occurs: The Gospel According To Tony Baines. Coming Mid-September 2011.
13 Sundays……Bible Study continues.
Ski Beatz and Gangsta Gibbs meet for track number five from Ski’s 24 Hour Karate School Part 2. The album drops Tuesday, so be sure to grab a copy or two.
Photos courtesy of Concepts by Design.
Last night, The Grossinger Autoplex played host to The Music Drives Chicago Lollapalooza Afterparty and MBAA Launch event. Performers included Skooda Chose, Maserati Deeder, Mikkey Halsted, Kids These Days, Hey Champ and a DJ set by the legendary Young Guru. Hit the jump to check out a few flicks from the action.
Produced by J-Rell
Off Add’s Save Our Souls project…
Looks like Mr. West is headed back to Stoolbend, Virginia. This time around, ‘Ye will be playing himself (instead of rapper Kenny West) and has few a friends joining in on the fun.
“We have a rap Illuminati episode that’s going to be happening,” revealed Mike Henry, who voices Cleveland on the show. “We have an episode where Kanye and will.i.am, playing himself, and Nicki Minaj, playing herself, and Bruno Mars, playing himself, and ?uestlove—they’re all part of the rap Illuminati, the secret group that controls pop culture.”
Executive producer Rich Appel added, “Cleveland inadvertentlybreaks into it and then it’s how he will either bring them down or they’ll bring him down. We have a couple of original songs with Kanye and will and Bruno, I mean, all of them, it was great.”
Illuminati, huh? That should be pretty interesting. The third season of The Cleveland Show starts September 25th on Fox.
Stream begins at 1:30.
Can’t make it out to Grant Park for this year’s festivities? No need to fret. Lolla teamed up with Dell to stream the show on YouTube for those who couldn’t make it. All weekend long, at that. Hit the jump for the webcast schedule and enjoy.
Update: Turns out, you have to actually visit Lolla’s YouTube channel to view the stream. There’s two channels to choose from, so click here and get your choose on. Ha!