As a musician, life is often lived on the road. Each city leaves its imprint on the artist as they develop their craft. For Oddisee, the producer and MC brainchild behind 2009’s critically acclaimed Diamond District, the life and travels of the artist is no mystery. Touring, recording, and keeping up with friends and family took Oddisee beyond his hometown of Washington DC to Australia, Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. Rather than keep these experiences to… Continue
Added by Indy on January 31, 2010 at 4:00pm —
It's not a typo - Seattle's Blue Scholars did not sign to the indie hip hop label Duck Down. Instead, the band hired the label to handle marketing and other functions for several of their releases. Using money from an innovative partnership with Caffe Vita Coffee Co., who will also handle local distribution, the band hired Duck Down.
According to the band, "the sales and distribution model developed by the group for their upcoming releases will…Continue
Added by Indy on January 30, 2010 at 8:47am —
I was on Herfection.com today and saw that Soulja Boy is dropping a book in July. I hope it is a based on his life story. I know there are a lot of people that would like to know how he made his millions. We'll keep you posted on the… Continue
Added by Indy on January 26, 2010 at 8:30pm —
The Clipse got together with the good folks at G-Shock to bring you the DW-6900 for the Spring 2010 collection of Play Cloths. The picture might not show it but there’s a Jack logo on the watch. This drops March 2010, at Play… Continue
Added by Indy on January 26, 2010 at 8:30am —
This is Snoop's first major television interview. Arsenio Hall had the best late night show of all times not only because he was a naturally good host, but also because they exposed artists like Snoop Dogg and MC Hammer nationally first.
Clipse's street wear line Play Cloths and Wyclef's YELE Haiti Earthquake fund have collaborated for this “Haitian Jack” limited tee where 100% of proceeds will go to the relief fund. Shirt retails for $38 and is available only until 1/22 at PlayCloths.com.