Mr. Wonderful has inspired some serious food over the last couple of weeks. We’ve shown you “Easy Rider”-inspired stuffed quail, wild mushroom risotto set to “Baby Blue,” and now you can add octopus shawarma and char siu lamb belly to that list.
Action Bronson has wanted to meet and cook with chef Michael Voltaggio for a while now, ever since Voltaggio’s triumphant run on season 6 of ‘Top Chef.’ Although Action dined at Ink in an episode of ‘Fuck, That’s Delicious,’ the two actually never met … until now. In this episode of ‘Cooking with Mr. Wonderful,’ Mr. Baklava plays his new tracks “Brand New Car” and “The Rising” for Chef Voltaggio, and what follows is maybe the most creative interpretation of Bronson’s music yet. Bon appétit!
New ish from the homie Al and East!
A MUST watch for any REAL hip-hop fan!
New York City Radio during the 1980s featured the most dynamic and influential soundtrack the city has ever heard.
Revolutions On Air is the story of mix show legends and studio wizards like Shep Pettibone, Tony Humphries, The Latin Rascals, Marley Marl, and Kool DJ Red Alert – innovators whose “anything goes” attitude pushed the emerging hip-hop, electro, freestyle, and house music scenes and kept radio listeners citywide hooked to their tape decks in order to record these now-classic mixes.
Yo this Haf-A-Mil joint used to be MY SHIT!!!
Marijuana is legal in California, as long as you have a prescription. You don’t have to have a medical problem, you just have to have a prescription. So, from time-to-time we head out to Venice Beach, where enthusiasts have been known to gather, to ask some simple questions, and we did it again for this special 4/20 edition of Pot Quiz.
If loving food trucks is wrong, we don’t want to be right. And neither do these four food bloggers from around the country. We asked Jane Ko from Austin, TX, NYC’s Sarah Polite, Kit Graham from Chicago, and LA’s Gaby Dalkinfor their recommended must-sees in the food truck scene, and they delivered a diverse dollop of deliciousness we can’t wait to check off our bucket lists. Here are their picks. What are yours?
We talked to Rocky, Ferg, Anna Trill and everyone else involved in making the song that launched the A$AP movement.
Get a glimpse into the creative process of renowned producers Alchemist and Oh No as they reveal the inspiration and techniques behind their new, Grand Theft Auto V inspired album, “Welcome To Los Santos.” Taking cues from the game’s deep and atmospheric portrayal of modern Southern California and the original score they helped create, Alchemist and Oh No collaborated with a range of artists to create a brand new album. “Welcome To Los Santos” is out now.
I fux with this song, but this video kinda sux…lol.
Incase you’re not familiar with Tree, he’s down with the homie Al-Doe & BBM…Shouts to the big homie OG!
HipHop at its FINEST!!!
Uh dogs? uh…o…k…?