LION BABE makes their return today as we get the official visual for “Don’t Break My Heart.” This can be found off the duo’s self-titled EP, out now.
After releasing the cryptic video for his single “Nightmares” at the tail end of last month, Canarsie, Brooklyn’s own Mackalevin returns with the visual to “That’s Life.” In it, he continues the stream consciousness raps by taking his grievances to his therapist, lamenting about his day to day struggles. His forthcoming project is slated for release later this year.
If you’ve been fortunate enough to hear Anthony Flammia‘s most recent project, you would know that he is a “Bad Man,” with the pen, on the mic and with his RC-505 Roland Loopstation. Released in conjunction with the live recording and performance of “Good Day,” “Bad Man” is another look inside the one night recording process of Flammia’s “The Looper” album.
A few weeks ago, DJBooth proudly presented the premiere of Anthony Flammia‘s latest album, The Looper. The multitalented Yonkers native created the entire album that same night, live in front of a studio audience, through a process of looping his own voice to stack beatboxing, harmonies and singing to create every song. Don’t worry, we had cameras in the building to shine some light on this novel approach to album recording, where you’ll see Anthony moving back and forth from mic to Loopstation as each song progresses and builds. We Are Love, the third release from an album that includes Good Day and Bad Man, Anthony finds love, spreading the vibes as he gives the audience a comforting reminder that they’re all made up of it too.
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A few weeks back Dave East dropped off a fire ass record titled, “No Coachella For Me,” and today he liberates a gritty visual to match the audio.
The biggest party in New York City returned home for Memorial Day Weekend as Hennypalooza took over The Well in Brooklyn. If you’ve ever wanted to know how a party of this magnitude truly comes together, STASHED talked to the makers of the famous party about how exactly everything happens.
In this exclusive all-access look into the first Hennypalooza of 2015, Danielle Howe speaks to Kam McCullough, Austin Millz, Nile “Lowkey” Ivey, Cory Townes, Rory Farrell, Dewayne Evans and yours truly about what makes Hennypalooza such a sought-after event.
GeniusHD, Austin Millz and Meka of 2DopeBoyz.com held down the DJ’ing duties for the night which included surprise performances from the likes of New York mainstays like Manolo Rose and the Grammy-nominated Mack Wilds. Notable attendees at the party included the likes of Robert Woods of the Buffalo Bills, Ebro Darden and Nessa of Hot 97, Nina Parker of Access Hollywood and VH1, Lenny S of Roc Nation (proudly representing his D’usse Mafia shirt), Lola Plaku, Liris Crosse, Taxstone of the popular “Tax Season” podcast, and plenty more.
The party, which lasted over eight hours, trended on Twitter in New York City and showed the true power of grassroots marketing and social media. Check out our exclusive photos from the event, which was powered by Virgin Mega and STASHED.
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“For The Moment” is on iTunes right now.
Jamie and Chris let go of the visual for “You Changed Me” off of Foxx’s Hollywood: A Story Of A Dozen Roses
Freeway and Scholito return today and deliver the official video for their “Monster” freestyle.
While the the rest of the world is worrying about THIS, A$AP slid over to Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 and let off a couple off the top bars. A.L.L.A. is in stores now.
Tray Pizzy delivers yet again as he delivers the official visual for, “Chains,” this is just a warmup until we get the highly anticipated Truman Show: Season 2. Jaison BlackRose handles the direction.