The Odd Future gang has teamed up to create a short horror-spoof just for some post-Halloween laughs. While it’s probably not the best horror mystery you’ll ever see, it certainly has the charm of a short that was dreamt by some bored 20-something year olds on a lazy evening.
Back with Part 5 of the Bash Bangers, HERT just released this new video for HOONIGAN, and the madness continues. Check him out in his V8 FC and other famous drifters as they get crazy.
Videographer Dzemo Halilovic shows us what the atmosphere was like at Canibeat’s First Class Fitment event. Music is “White Noise” by Disclosure.
Kendrick Lamar makes his way to Terry Richardson‘s storied studio. Hit the jump to check out the wild pics!
The west is back? Couple OG’s throwing down all that’s missing from this track is Em! The general consensus on this track is; we want more! and we hope they drop a few more like it!
A$AP Rocky sits down with the legendary Snoop Dogg (now Lion), to chop it up for the latest edition to his Back and Forth video series. Cooling out in Uncle Snoop’s “smoker’s studio,” the two rappers discuss various aspects of the industry from male groupies and white women, to growing as an artist and working with the talented Drake. Enjoy both parts one and two inside!
Vimeo user Brandon Leung aka BOWLS brings us this dope video of an AE86 strollin’ around the East Side of Los Angeles. The car is superb as well as the visuals and editing. Some familiar faces make appearances as well. Check it out!
Couple of photos from one West Coast team member; Will Davis – who attended a recent event called “Huckfest” – An Event simply put is about, hucking trucks.
Kenny Leon takes his directing to new heights with Holler If Ya Hear Me — a musical inspired by the late great rapper Tupac Shakur. “The musical wouldn’t be a biography of Tupac’s life but rather an “unconditional love story,” bringing forth motifs of honor, betrayal and family that are often found in his lyrics.” Leon says.
Lock at it again, this time dropping a freestyle in the backroom of 106. With a strong battle rap background you have to expect shot to be taken; listen closely and see if you can spot them.