Other upcoming Apollo shows include DMX/N.O.R.E./Jim Jones/Jadakiss, and Kurtis Blow. Continue reading…
The second release from The Compound Gold Project.
Sounds like: Earl Sweatshirt, Vic Mensa, Vince Staples Song: Joey Badass x Jim Jones - Lost Ones (ft. Annalise Azadian) What's so good? Cross-brand marketing in music is a strange, strange world. "Lost Ones" is a new track from JoeyShow More Summary
As promised, here’s the second release from the Magnum Compound Gold Project, “Lost Ones” featuring Joey Bada$$ and Jim Jones. Not bad, the condom company is now two for two in the Rap A&R game. Produced by Don Cannon, listen below. Previously: Dave East & BJ The Chicago Kid – Hold Me Down
Al-Doe keeps the heat on and sets the week off with something new as he and Asaad aka Saudi Money reconnect for “Drug Free School Zone,” produced by Inphanyte. Fuego. Listen below. Previously: Jim Jones & Al-Doe – Terror Dome (Video...
Enter the “Terror Dome” with Al-Doe and Jim Jones. Al grabs a ride to Miami on Capo’s private in the new video for their latest collab. Previously: Al-Doe – Drug Dealers Anonymous & Uber Everywhere | Al-Doe ft. Jim Jones & Trav – A Bronx Tale
Jim Jones believes that Max B had a chance to reach Drake-level stardom. Continue reading…
Recent NFL history could have looked quite a bit different if the Falcons hadn’t traded up to the sixth overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft and chosen the player the 49ers wanted to draft at No. 7. Former 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh revealed this week that the 49ers wanted to draft Julio Jones in…
The troll game grows stronger by the camp.
Parnelli Jones driving the Marmon Wasp in 2011. Photo by Jim Donnelly. When one of the Marmon Wasp’s tires blew on the brick surface of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway at 90 miles per hour, Ray Harroun could do little more than hold on as the Wasp headed toward a wall. The wreckage looked dismal, but […]
It’s hard to believe it’s been 5 years since Capo’s last proper album release, but that is indeed the case. He’s kept himself busy making guest appearances on Love & Hip-Hop and new music with his Dipset brethren, and he’s dropped a couple of mixtapes, but The Kitchen is his first real project since 2011’s […]
DJ E-Feezy taps 2 Chainz for a new loosie called “Pocket Full of Money.” Listen below. Previously: DJ E-Feezy ft. Jim Jones, Troy Ave, Trav & Young Lito – Check / Cash Out (Video)
"The theme song will not be written by Jim Webb or Francis Scott Key, nor sung by Glen Campbell, Tom Jones, Johnny Cash or Englebert Humperdink. The revolution will not be televised. The revolution will not be right back after a message about a white tornado, white lightning, or white people. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Jim Jones Revue, Viet Cong, PAWS Song: The Bay Rays - New Home What's so good? If you're familiar with my reviews, you'll know "New Home" is pretty different than the typical music I post. But after a single listen, this tenacious track swept me back to my 16-year-old days, flailing my arms and hair about at small local punk shows. Show More Summary
Yeezus is Desiigner’s co-pilot in the new video for the Brooklyn artist and G.O.O.D Music signee’s break out single “Panda.” Watch below. Previously: Jim Jones ft. Rich Homie Quan, A$AP Ferg & Desiigner – Finesse
Fielding McGehee and his wife Rebecca Moore are studying Jim Jones’ sermons for clues to what really happened when 900 members of the People’s Temple committed suicide in their commune in Guyana in 1978. They are working their way through a thousand tapes that the FBI recovered in Jonestown. Show More Summary
Nearly 40 years ago, more than 900 people died in a commune called Jonestown. Poring over thousands of documents, letters, and audiotapes, a husband-and-wife team try to understand why.
Jim Kelly goes 1-on-1 with Cardale Jones after Bills practice
Floyd Mayweather doesn't care how famous you are -- he's gonna talk smack right to your face... just ask rapper Jim Jones. The two squared off in a 2-on-2 hoops game in Miami -- and Floyd let his mouth run... guaranteeing victory over the…
When the Supreme x Dipset collaboration launched in 2006, it was a defining moment for a streetwear label on the brink of coming into its own. Many look back on it as one of the greatest graphic T-shirts to have ever been released, and yet you’d be hard-pressed to hear its subject matters echo the same sentiment. […]