Soul Assassins is back with their brand new Winter Collection. This lookbook, shot by famed hip hop photographer Mike Miller, captures the true essence of this lifestyle brand. The new collection as worn here by Skinhead Rob, DJ Muggs, and Mister Cartoon, consists of tees, hoodies, crewnecks, beanies, snapbacks and accessories. The line is heavily influenced by the music and art that ascends from the Soul Assassins family, and the design and inspiration reflect the true Los Angeles lifestyle. – SoulAssassins.com
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A lil bit of everything in this one… Started with a TX/Louisiana classic and you can see where it goes from there. Some #YoungCalifornia slaps, some good House/Dance records, a trip to the trap and I close with Wiz and The Weeknd simply because ladies love that song… ENJOY!
1. Young Bleed ft. Masta P – How Ya Do Dat
2. Problem ft. Bad Lucc – Like Whaaat
3. T.I. ft. Lil Wayne – Ball
4. WhoKid Woody – Hit Yo Ricky
5. HBK Gang – Gettin’ It
6. E-40 ft. Too Short – Dump Truck
7. TJR – Funky Vodka – DJ Excel Transition
8. Yolanda Be Cool – Before Midnight – Angger Dimas Remix
9. Alex Gaudino – Do You Wanna
10. Fareast Movement – Turn Up The Love – NASA Edit
11.Meek Mill ft. Drake – Amen – Scene Channel 42 Bootleg
12. Rock The Funky Beats Acapella
13. Sidney Samson – Riverside – Spenca OG Trap Bootleg
14. Roc$tedy – This Generation
15. Pitbull – I’m Off That
16. Wiz Khalifa ft. The Weeknd – Remember You
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IGA: SANTA MONICA, CA – October 31, 2012 – Rave reviews and remarkable first week sales have greeted good kid, m.A.A.d. city (Top Dawg Entertainment/Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope), the highly anticipated debut major label album from 25-year-old Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album, released October 22nd, will debut with more than 241,000 in sales and also atop the Billboard Rap, the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart and at #2 on the Billboard 100 behind only Taylor Swift’s Red. good kid, m.A.A.d. city earns the biggest-selling debut week for any new artist debut in 2012.
Anointed as “hip-hop’s next big star” by XXL magazine and awarded Lyricist of the Year at the recent BET Hip Hop Awards, Lamar has also received effusive praise for good kid, m.A.A.d. city from critics across the country:
“Easily the most ambitious (album) in hip-hop this year, maybe the most ambitious in any mainstream-focused genre.” (New York Times)
“A perfect coronation for the new ‘King of California,’ (Dr. Dre’s words), as well as a shining example of Lamar’s hyper-introspective style of SoCal hip-hop.” (Washington Post)
“A masterpiece of storytelling, empathy in the midst of chaos.” (Los Angeles Times)
“He both resurrects and reinvents West Coast hip-hop.A triumph.” (Boston Globe)
“The plush production of tracks like the Neptunes-produced centerpiece ‘good kid’ hearkens back to Seventies blaxploitation soundtracks and Nineties gangsta-rap blaxploitation revivals, and good kid warrants a place in that storied lineage.” (Rolling Stone, 4/5 stars)
“There’s a sophistication in his cool, taut delivery and deftly syncopated, soulfully textured arrangements, which make his blunt accounts as seductive as they are sobering.” (USA Today, 3.5/4)
“The miracle of this album is how it ties straightforward rap thrills–dazzling lyrical virtuosity, slick quotables, pulverizing beats, star turns from guest rappers–directly to its narrative.” (Pitchfork, 9.5/10)
“A cohesive album filled with classic gems.” (Associated Press)
“An undeniably stellar major label debut from Kendrick Lamar, which will certainly hurt the self-esteem of many rappers out now while also inspiring them to reach these heights.” (XXL)
“(He) manages to hold everything together in the midst of such chaos through sheer craftsmanship. For one, he is a f**king amazing rapper. On a purely technical level, he might be the best of his generation, and it’s awe-inspiring to hear him bend such complicated cadences without even breaking a sweat.” (Spin)
It’s “Back to School” time and The Crisco Kidd Block Party is currently seeking highly- motivated college students to intern in our Programming, Digital and Video Departments. If you are in the Southern California, Albuquerque and Houston markets and would like to learn the ins and outs of radio/entertainment alongside The Crisco Kidd Block Party, WE WANT YOU ON OUR TEAM! Submit your resume now to the attention of OH-JEZUZ at firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE (but not limited to):
- Contesting, screening listener calls, show prep research and talent shadowing (assisting with daily tasks/projects)
- Promotional events such as concerts, community functions, station/club remotes
- Work with community organizations, locals schools, and colleges/universities
- Marketing (e-blast, blogs, content, social networking sites), creative writing and updating personality web pages and social media sites
- Research (music, movies, local community interests, entertainment) in your perspective city/market
- Record, produce and distribute original and viral content
Prospective candidates must currently be enrolled in an accredited University. Undergraduate Junior and Senior year students are preferred; qualified Sophomores may be considered.
Interns must be in good academic standing and available 15-25 hours per week.
Student must also possess good work ethics such as punctuality, self motivation, and willingness to learn. Students must also be people oriented and serious about moving their career forward.
PREFERRED (but not necessary) EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:
Able to interact with the public in an enthusiastic and professional manner.
Prior experience serving the public in industries such as radio, restaurant, retail, and special events, a plus.
Web savvy, familiar with Photoshop, photography skills beneficial, shooting/editing video skills beneficial and knowledge of basic HTML/CSS helpful. Communications majors and Art majors encouraged to apply .