DJ SNS’ baby boy keeps the party turn’t up in his new video
This past Wednesday, ‘RnB Live Hollywood’ returned with their 5-year anniversary show at venue Mooba in Hollywood. The nights lead performer was soul songstress Marsha Ambrosius, who performed a sultry and soothing set of her fan favorites and some new tracks. One of the nights highlights was when the UK bred singer/songwriter was randomly joined by R&B veteran Aaron Hall, and the two dueted on “Piece of My Love” and “Say Yes.” Peep the video footage below:
Teaming up with photographer/cinematographer Cristopher Schafer, DJ Jazzy Jeff gives us a look at his travels in 2012.
On the last day of being open two years ago Fat Beats in NYC invited a whole bunch of DJ’s & producers to the closing event. A bunch of DJ’s got up and done their thing for the crowd before the king Just Blaze got up and rocked a 20 minute set compiled of pretty much every instrumental he has ever done (at the time) all mixed into one dope set. This is a great watch.
Out Da Box TV brings you Part 2 of the exclusive interview with veteran hip hop group “dead prez“. In this segment, the group speaks on the issue of overcoming struggle and what to prepare to combat next, as war continues to be waged against humanity. Stic.man also speaks on the importance of health/fitness and the benefits of his “workout motivated music” to the culture at large. The group also took a moment to set the record straight on the possibility of creating a new millennium version of their classic debut “Let’s Get Free“, affirming that their job is never to stand still but always to move forward and embrace change. In closing, M1 and Stic.man took the time to speak on their musical legacy and what they’d like to be remembered for, when looking back on their career. It was indeed, a great honor and a pleasure to work with these brothers. I appreciated their humble time and intelligence given to this interview. Please take the time to check out this segment, as well as Part 1 if you haven’t seen it yet. We hope that this piece will serve as an inspiration to you. Enjoy!
“I’m not trying to compete with 17-year-olds on the radio, but I am talking directly to the folks who came up with me. We may not be teenagers anymore, but we do still like to have fun.”