LA producer/rapper Polyester the Saint is getting ready to release his newest project “P.O.P.” on Wednesday, May 29. “P.O.P.” which stands for Passion, Obsession, Profession will be Poly’s fourth release as an artist. He’s been a staple in the West Coast hip hop scene for the last few years having worked with LA artists (Dom Kennedy, Blu, Casey Veggies, Pac Div, and many more), and continues to spread his unique sound as he stacks up production credits with other artists such as Freddie Gibbs, Sir Michael Rocks, Chuck Inglish, and more. Follow Poly on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/POLY3ST3R
At the wrap-up of their Camp Flog Gnaw Tour on Sept. 30, Odd Future will take over Los Angeles’ Club Nokia for the first ever OFWGKTA Carnival. The exact line-up hasn’t been confirmed yet, but you could expect performances by MellowHype, Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler, The Creator and more. The carnival will include games, rides, contests, and a menu hand-picked by Odd Future.
Most of you have been waiting for this moment all damn day but without further ado, here is DOM Kennedy’s The Yellow Album. Production credits on this bitch look immaculate.
01. So Elastic (Prod. by THC) 02. Been Thuggin (Prod. by Fly.Union) 03. We Ball (feat. Kendrick Lamar) (Prod. by Chase N. Cashe) 04. My Type Of Party (Prod. by DJ Dahi) 05. Girls On Stage (Prod. by THC) 06. Don’t Call Me (feat. Too $Hort) (Prod. by THC) 07. 5.0 | Conversations (Prod. by THC / Poly3st3r) 08. Gold Alpinas (feat. Rick Ross) (Prod. by Drewbyrd) 09. PG Click (feat. Niko G4) (Prod. by J.LBS) 10. Lately (Prod. by Troy NoKa) 11. Hangin’ (feat. Freddie Gibbs) (Prod. by Poly3st3r) 12. 1:25 (Prod. by Drewbyrd) 13. P + H (Prod. by DJ Dahi)
Nipsey Hussle Ft. Dom Kennedy “I Need That” | Official Behind the Scenes
Skee.TV presents an exclusive behind the scenes look at Nipsey Hussle’s latest music video, “I Need That” featuring Dom Kennedy. “I Need That” is off Nipsey’s The Marathon Continues (TMC) mixtape. Directed by DanTheMan.
After a successful show at Art Basel in Miami, Reebok Classics teamed up again with photographer / director Jonathan Mannion to take his “CLASSIC” exhibition to Los Angeles during Grammy week. Another 17 images were carefully selected to add some west coast flavor, a female dimension and an R&B presence to the show. The expansion yielded a total of 52 prints on display. Continuing his collaborative series with artists, Mannion showcased the visual contributions from Nipsey Hustle, Pharrell, DJ Quik and Big Daddy Kane on their respective images.