Vine Comp Of The Week Parts 138, 139, 140 and 141!


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Life After Death Star (Star Wars/Notorious BIG)

What happens when you take Star Wars music and mash it up with the KING of NY? Well here it is, and it’s pretty damn good!

VICE Sports “Bronx Fight Club” (Part 2)

Neighborhood boxing has been going on in The Bronx for decades. Gather up some folks from the neighborhood, get a few kids to throw some gloves on and charge everybody $5 to watch. Now, two men are taking it to a different level. With support from 50 Cent and prizes like automobiles for top winners, underground boxing is making a big push in the BX.

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“Rhythm Roulette” with Large Professor

For this installment of Rhythm Roulette, we connected with Extra P, aka Large Professor. We took the legendary Queens producer to Human Head Records in Brooklyn, where he picked three random records to begin a game of Rhythm Roulette. He ended up grabbing an Instant Funk record, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes’ Black and Blue album, and Shirley Scott’s On A Clear Day. From there, Extra P began to go through the records and create some new heat from what he picked.

BRealTV Presents “The SmokeBox” with DAS EFX

Jadakiss “Realest In The Game” & “You Don’t Eat” (Video)

Here’s 2 brand new visuals from Kiss’ latest LP, I just wish he had Jeezy on “Realest In The Game”

Inside the Baylor University Basketball Team’s Locker Room | Sole Access

After touring the Baylor University Football’s facility last week, we now return with the basketball edition of our exclusive look at Baylor University. This time around, host George Kiel links up with Austin Mills and Taurean Prince – both Baylor Bear basketball players – to discuss the roster’s affinity for sneakers and certain kicks they’re saving for the season. Kiel also connects with former Baylor Bear Isaiah Austin, as he shares and shows his five favorite sneakers.

Just Blaze on the GNN with Snoop Dogg

Definitely worth the watch!

Classic record producer Just Blaze stops by the GGN news desk and talks about how his Jersey roots made for a natural transition into the EDM world. All this and more on GGN… u-bitch-u.

The Great Korean Invasion of Keith Ape: Noisey Raps

Interesting to say the least.

Hailing from Seoul, South Korea, Keith Ape made hip-hop history with the international hit “It G Ma” fusing Japanese and Korean lyrics with an Atlanta trap sound.

After bringing their anime and Asian influenced styles to multiple tours across the US and Canada, Keith Ape and his Cohort Crew have become admired by American and international fans and artists alike.

Torae “Get Down” (Produced by Pete Rock)

New PR Heat from the homie Tor!

Dwyane Wade Meets the Basketball Impersonator and Talks the Evolution of NBA Style

With the NBA season freshly underway, we spent a day with Dwyane Wade in Miami. First, he met with shot impersonator Brandon Armstrong who unveiled his newest impersonation of the All-Star shooting guard. After that we traveled to D Wade’s office to talk the evolution of NBA fashion from rocking tall t’s to treating press conferences like runway shows. We also talk with his stylist, Calyann Barnett. Presented by Stance.

Inside Baylor University’s Football Locker Room // Sole Access

For our first college edition of Sole Access, host George Kiel tours the Baylor University Football Team’s amazing facility in the latest episode. Check out the limitless amount of uniform combinations and Baylor’s NIKEiD KD8s.

“Rhythm Roulette” with Scoop DeVille

For the latest installment of Rhythm Roulette, we tap Scoop DeVille to chop up some random records and conjure fire. DeVille’s credits mostly reside on the West Coast with old and new school artists, including Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice” and “The Recipe,” and Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock” ft. Jay-Z. But, dude gets down on the East as well, working with Fat Joe, 50 Cent, and Tony Yayo. We caught up with him in New Jersey as he thumbed through the crates at Scotty’s Record Shop, picked three random joints, sparked some herb, and flipped the records in the stu.

DeVille was no doubt influenced by Dre and how he repurposed P-Funk growing up in Los Angeles, but dude can seemingly reimagine whatever. He flips the Righteous Brothers’ “Unchained Melody,” precisely chopping the hook. Pat Swayze was probably dirty dancing in his grave to that joint. Then he laces Aztec Two Step’s twangy folk guitars with quick hi-hats and bass drums, which will loosen your license plate holder from the trunk rattle, before layering with vocal samples from his library. If that Aztec beat ends up on somebody’s project in the near future, it would not be a surprise. It’s a shame he didn’t get a chance to work with James Taylor’s brand of blues-y folk rock. It seems like just a few clicks from DeVille and fire come through the speakers.

Jadakiss Gives A Tour of Yonkers | The Neighborhood

Take a journey through Yonkers with Jada!


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