Gifted Films Inc presents a Okayplayer OG Brian ‘B.Kyle’ Atkins project, J. Dilla: Still Shining. The comprehensive remembrance piece on the late great James ‘J. Dilla’ Yancey will be available February 7th @ TheJDillaProject.com.
The doc will feature unseen personal photos, and rare concert performance footage. Along with all of that, the project also will feature exclusive testimonials from friends and frequent collaborators like Erykah Badu, Dwele, Pete Rock, Bilal, ?uestlove, Busta Rhymes, Phat Kat, Common, Q-Tip, Houseshoes, and more.
I refuse to provide a download link since this is off of LASERS. Support good music and cop the album when it drops.
We had previously posted a look into the future with Freshjive’s Fall/Winter line, but we neglected to show you something that would hit Reserve sooner; the Freshjive spring ’11 line. We get a look at their more reformed spring offerings as we see some striped button-downs, hoodys, nautical tank tops, chinos, shorts, fleece and a solid collection of graphic T-shirts. Straying away from the streetwear aspect of their clothing, but staying true to its California roots, these pieces are now up for purchase at Reserve where you can get a better look at each individual piece.
Most will agree that the Air Max line is Nike’s most beloved line-up of running sneakers that most use for casual wear and favorited by sneaker heads alike. But the AM ’95 is held as a classic above all other AM’s since its original release date. It seems as if no one can get tired of the three color gradient sneaker.
The latest colorway to land at retailers sees a black, Dark Shadow and Medium Grey upper contrasted by a purple Max Air unit and lace loops. A pale yellow is also used as a highlight color, furthering breathing life in to this dark sneaker.
These are now available for a price of $145.
Pledging allegiance to dopeness is always a fine gesture when you are musician. Incorporating this act in their mantra, Kidz In The Hall have launched a new series entitled “Brain Candy”. Presumably the name was inspired by Canadian comedy collective The Kids in the Hall’s 1996 same titled film. Naledge and Double-O served “So Amzin” as a first taste earlier this week and offer now their collaboration with Curren$y and Mikkey Halsted. Check out the visuals above and audio piece below.
1. L.A. Times (Produced by Ervin “EP” Pope)
2. In My ’64 feat. Pharrell & Snoop Dogg (Produced by The Neptunes)
3. Soo Woo feat. Lil Wayne (Produced by Bink!)
4. Living Better Now feat. Detail & Tools (Produced by DJ Shake)
5. R.I.P. Story (Produced by Nottz)
6. Purp Patron feat. Sam Hook, Menace & TD (Produced by DJ Shake)
7. I’m The King Remix feat. Mistah F.A.B. & The Jacka (Produced by 1500 Or Nuthin’)
8. Taylor Made feat. Wiz Khalifa (Produced by Che Vicious)
9. Children’s Story (Produced by Ervin “EP” Pope)
10. Dead (Produced by 1500 Or Nothin’)
11. Ferrari Lifestyle feat. Fabolous (Produced by D.A Dorman)
12. The Kill (Produced by Cool & Dre)
13. Heart Breaker feat. Rev Burke (Produced by The RZA)
14. Purp & Yellow SKEETOX feat. Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa
15. Burn NY feat. Mysonne (Produced by Mike City)
16. Bad Intentions (Produced by DJ Shake)
17. Khaki Suit feat. T-Pain (Produced by T-Pain)
18. Wonderful World (Produced by DJ Shake)
19. Ashed To Ashes feat. Rick Ross
20. Dedicated feat. Pharrell (Produced by The Neptunes)
21. Soft Rhodes feat. Ashanti (Produced by Dr. Dre)
22. I Just Want To Fuck (Produced by Denaun Porter)
23. 187 feat. Lil Boosie
24. Whip It feat. Fabolous (Produced by DJ Haze)
25. Clinton Sparks feat. Jim Jones, Bun B & Game – Favorite DJ Remix (Produced by Green Lantern)
26. Supastar feat. Ashley Cole & Mike Epps (Produced by Ervin “EP” Pope)
27. Travis Barker feat. Swizz Beatz, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross & Game – Can A Drummer Get Some? (Produced by Travis Barker)
28. History feat. Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane & KRS One (Produced by Ervin “EP” Pope)
29. The Ocean feat. Dr. Dre (Produced by Dr. Dre & Che Vicious)
This post doesn’t even need a description. Take a look at the tracklist and you will immediately want to download. Bink, RZA, Dre, Neptunes, & Nottz production on one mixtape?!?!?! Wow
Yes, I told you all that Lil B could spit! Finally, he has blessed us with another record and piece of visual entertainment that is full of motivational, and inspirational lyrics. It’s safe to say that, every soulful beat that Lil B spits over, it brings out his inner Mohandas Ghandi. Enjoy! How do you feel about Lil B? Do you think he’s a gimmick or do you think his music is a blessing? Let us know how you feel about The Based God by leaving a few words in the comment section because your opinion does count!