Yep, I'm sick with jealousy.
Look who decided to give us music today.
Mos Def, circa 1994.
This is actually really dope.
Enjoy the second part of this (extremely) 2Dope series.
The mashup project is out now.
"Beef don’t come with a radio edit."
You're going to want to press play on this.
You're going to want to listen to this.
Producer/DJ Preservation drops a new album, Old Numbers, today with looks from Edo G, Jean Grae, the Mighty Mos (trust me, this is more easy to deal with than than reenactment clip from yesterday) and more. PREVIOUS: Yasiin Bey Re-Enacts “Force Feeding” Procedure At Guantanamo Bay (Video)
In conjunction with The Guardian, the artist/actor formerly known as Mos Def, Yasiin Bey released quite the startling (and disturbing) footage of himself undergoing the standard process of force-feeding detainees at Guantanamo Bay. The message he's trying to convey in the clip is what many Islamic community leaders are calling on the Obama administration to
One of the more overlooked albums that dropped today was from Madlib's blunted alter-ego Quasimoto (Yessir, Whatever). And on the day of his album release, Madlib speaks with Rolling Stone about a few hot topics. Including the ever illusive follow-up to his and DOOM's Madvillain album, the possibility of a new Quas album with new
Yasiin Bey and his tour DJ, Preservation, team up to rework Yasiin Mos' 2009 release The Ecstatic. Dope! The project started as a slow build with a few songs and then it become a challenge to do them all. Because it was a sample-based album, I wanted to keep the remixes sample-based and for them