This is 50 Cent Back on his Grind. I wish that he could just release music like this with no big features and radio songs. It is for his true fans, like me, who like the hip hop with no filter. Also, having DJ Drama hosting this gives this more of a stamp in the […]
The Boss is Back! No, not Bruce Springsteen. Rick Ross has an incredible mixtape that he put out which is WAY better than most rap albums. With guest stars like Nas, Kelly Rowland, Styles P, Pharrell, and incredible production, this is not just a mixtape; it’s an event. Pure Fire! Well done Boss.
This is HUGE! Ever think are we alone in this universe? Well, maybe we’re not. This new planet has the same structure, atmosphere, and climate as Earth. Here is the press conference. Now, let me know when E.T. gets here.
Kianga Ellis Projects is a mobile gallery program that hosts conversations about the studio practice and work of invited contemporary artists. It represents some amazing artists, such as Painta, Peter Daverington, Katarina Wong, and others.
Here is some of my new collage work for the Fall. I always think ahead so I’m already in Spring. The themes in my new work display revolve around Futurism, Technology, Music, Sex and Mystery.
Okay, this is greatness in all forms. This is why I make art and I can’t hang out with most human beings. The emotions, the music, everything. Even if you’re not a fan of rap music, you should have this album. Pure excellence.
Lada Alekseychuk’s artwork is ecstasy. As a collage artist, I really don’t see much stuff that is inspirational for me in the collage world. But her work is inspiring. The complexity is riveting and breathtaking.
Comic-Con is a visual and media extravaganza in San Diego for the finest in sci-fi, animation, film and video games. This is the Mardi Gras for nerds and I love it. This year’s Con was amazing, from the preview of Ridley Scott new film, Prometheus, to the Frank Miller comedy, Holy Terror, and even a […]
Jeff Mills is one of the biggest American names in techno. Championed for his music’s relentless pursuit of hardness and his stripped-down, almost industrial DJ sets, Mills is the latest in a long line of Detroit-bred DJ talent.
Most of my artwork deals with themes of pop culture, technology, fashion, music, politics and race. I’m kind of like a cross between Banksy and D’Angelo, as I like my privacy, but love real people and the art that connects us.
Fat Cap is an excellent site for the latest and greatest in graffiti and street art. From pictures to interviews, and even a member site that you can upload your work to, this site is pure crack for anyone that loves art.
Mark Bradford is one of the most under-rated African- American artists, with captivating and stunning work. I first heard of him when I would glance at sites like Black Art in America as I was looking to see what was new in the black art world. I love his work and his story. His cityscapes and use of color are amazing.
The weather is hot in New York city. Everybody is out and Summer is in full effect: cars blasting, BBQs, full SWAG! Then, while listening to Funkmaster Flex’s radio show, this drops. Now, I have been listening to Flex like a Shaolin Monk since I was I kid. But this was different.