Maestro meets the Surf Club, part deux. PREVIOUS: Maestro Knows: Special Edition w/ Hit-Boy (Video)
Admission time: I've known Maestro since 2006, back when he was an intern at the entertainment production company I used to work at. We used to talk sparingly about sneakers, music and our side hustles (me wanting to pursue music journalism, him wanting to direct), but it seemed that the future would have something else
No offense, but I kinda chuckled at Dom Kennedy's over-six-feet-tall self riding that BMX bike. Truly a California staple. Hopefully I'll see some of that when I make it back there next month. STILL SLEEPING? YOU LOSE: Dom Kennedy – From the Westside With Love (Mixtape)
It took quite a while and I’m sorry but thanks to the assist of my homie DJ SOURMILK we now have another Maestro Knows mixtape filled with the modern classics from Season 2. I’ve been getting a lot of requests for this tape over the recent months and weeks so make sure and holler at
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOsFGtiCIFs&feature=player_embedded] A few dope producers were on hand for !llmind's Celebrity B.L.A.P. beat battle in New York last night, and WSTS was on hand to capture the whole thing. Dopeness.
In this episode follow Maestro & his friend Bun B through Houston, TX as they check out Goode Company BBQ, the H-Town Sneaker Summit, Chris Paul & others, while Bun speaks on the diverse culture of Houston & his upcoming album Trill O.G. Special appearances by DJ Greg Street & Bobitto Garcia. PREVIOUS: Bun B
In this episode Maestro kicks off season 3 with his friend 9th Wonder in North Carolina. 9th speaks on Fruity Loops, good music, teaching an upcoming course at Duke University and cooks up a beat for Maestro's new intro.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfn5PO1UO-c] Latest video from Classified's Self Explanatory. One of the two Canadian posse cuts on the album. The second being Loone which features Shad, D-Sisive, DL Incognito & Buck 65.
If you listen closely, there is a "never heard" GLC x Bun B track at the beginning, or so he says. Props to Dan.
Featuring music from the likes of Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, Erykah Badu, Too $hort, Young Jeezy, KiD CuDi, Nas, Kanye West and more. Here’s for everyone that rocked out with me to all the music in Season One and asked what the songs were and all of that good stuff. I got all the
Real talk, when I worked in entertainment production Maestro was an intern at the office I was in, and we almost always talked about sneakers and hip hop the entire time. Makes me wanna jump back into the sneaker scene full-fledged again sometimes.