Unofficially billed as Cinco de Cuatro, on May fourth, Philadelphia based Hip Hop artists, The Wrecking Crew (or more affectionately known as The Rat Pack of Hip Hop) ventured up the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Quakertown Exit of the NorthEast Extension and showcased their live show for…
Visions of Quakertown. Wrecking Crew & @premrock. Photo by @manuelcontinental
Tonight in Quakertown! Wrecking Crew x @premrock and more at Wally’s Wicked Wings #livecriteria
Having a record deal, making a record, being with your friends in the studio, these are all blessings. It’s some bullshit to look at what didn’t happen because then you’re assuming that you’re entitled to some outcome that isn’t really true.
Ish, Shabazz Palaces/Digable Planets
Another night with the skirts and @gregtrout. Catch his new showing this Fri at the Spiral Bookcase in Manayunk #partywithvillains (at stately trout manor)
This place right here inspired my new song and video “French 75” I cooked up for German producer Rice Master Yen. Check it out on YouTube #southphilly #diners #french75
If you want to read about guns and robberies in Germantown in 1954, this is the book for you #blackfriday #davidgoodis
Dewey Decibel - High on Art (Official Music Video)
We are proud to present the new video for Dewey Decibel’s ‘High on Art,’ a track featured on his debut EP, Son of a Beach. Directed by Glass Canon Film, the visuals are a quite literal interpretation of the song title. This is a breakthrough project for Dewey as his visual work combines with his music and features his hand drawn, collage and watercolor animation to create this multi media experience. Check out more of Dewey’s visual work here. Listen to the Son of a Beach - EP on iTunes.
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Dewey Decibel did the thrilling artwork for my singles “Young Blood” and “Stormy Monday”. Glass Canon Film birthed the Wrecking Crew opus “Scallops” video. Watch this!
Rice Master Yen (Germany) x Zilla Rocca
directed & edited by Zilla Rocca
A dedication to the best greasy spoons in Philadelphia…
Tools of the trade with @lala4416 (at Fette Sau)
And it doesn’t matter how good you are in a fight, if you see 25 or 30 people coming at you with bats and crowbars and reinforced iron, you’ve got to think about leaving.
There must be few experiences more wounding to the heart than for a parent to look at a child and fear for its future. We live in an age of brutal manners, when people crudely say exactly what they mean, comedy is based on insult, tributes are roasts, and loud public obscenity passes without notice. Oh the face of evil can be charming. Con men are more appealing than run-of-the-mill villains, who want to take your money because they are stronger or more dangerous than you are. If the Mafia didn’t exist, it would be necessary to invent it. Heaven protect us from people who believe they can impose their will on us in this world, because of what they think they know about the next. There really are guys like this.