March 9th marked the release of the second part of U-N-I’s A Love Supreme saga… A Love Supreme 2.0 It sure was worth the wait, not only is it a really engaging, creative and swaggerriffic album, but also if you buy the physical version of the joint, you get 89 minutes worth of footage, which includes…Details
What Nicholle has to say about herself: I am an exotic West Indian mix of Bajan St Lucian Dominican and Aruban. Currently based in London …law student and part time model .I have not long started modeling but during my short time i have appeared in music videos, walked in some amazing fashion shows and…Details
Things are heating up in a big way over at Rebel8. Spring is just around the corner, and with it a ton of new apparel featuring illustrations by the infamous Mike Giant. Here are a few of our faves… You should know by now that our products sell out faster than most brands. So let this…Details
the Albino sisters @NinaSky took to their twitter this evening blasting Bryan Leach (President of Polo Grounds). Alleging he has been ignoring them and not giving their project any effort toward releasing their LP. They claim to have had an album ready to be released for months with no sign or hope of when it…Details
Well last night @AsherRoth (the asshole who unfollowed me) joined Emilio Rojas in NY on stage for his banger off The Natural at SOBs for the show I should have been at (sigh).
@Wale brings out DMV up and comers @FatTrel @BlackCobain on this track that they were working on during a ustream broadcast last night. “Eyes lower than Liu Kang, Shades on Johnny Cage.”. [audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Wale_feat_Fat_Trel__Black_Cobain-Who_Don_t_DDot_Omen.mp3] DOWNLOAD: Wale feat. Fat Trel & Black Cobain – Who Don’tDetails
LA Leakers got this footage of J. Cole performing at U-N-I’s release party. We do Bubble L.A. every Tuesday night here in Hollywood, but last night was a lil more special! The night included performances from U-N-I, Curt@!n$, Kendrick Lamar and J Cole! Big shout to Terrace Martin, Johnny Polygon, Shawn Chrystopher, and everyone who…Details
@JayElectronica sits with MTV and tells about how coming up years ago that “as a rapper” he was somewhat ashamed of being from New Orleans because of the negative stereotypes bestowed upon them by Hip-Hop. [wpaudio url=”http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/southerniggazaintslow.mp3″ text=”class=”wpaudio”>southerniggasaintslow” dl=”0″]Details