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The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique Movie

 

Immortal Technique (Felipe Coronel) is a revolutionary. born in Peru, he immigrated to Harlem, NY and eventually ended up in prison. He left with a new focus on music. His aggressive style gained him instant notoriety as a battle rapper, and his first album was a word-of-mouth sensation. Unwilling to change his message for mainsteam, he remained completely independent. is subsequent projects have permanently found their way into the hearts and minds of truth seekers worldwide. Going behind the scenes, The (R)evolution of Immortal Technique is an exploration of one man’s global journey to fight injustice through music.

Psycho Realm Live @ Club Nokia

Performance from their Record Release Party at Club Nokia L.A. Live for Terror Tapes 2

Rakim Short Movie

On June 12, 2012, Rakim brought his signature realness to Joe’s Pub in NYC as part of the Reebok Classics hip-hop legends concert series. We took the opportunity to cast back over the MC’s game-changing career in a new Complex documentary.

 

STREET ART 1UP : PART 59 – CUBA – LA VIDA LOCA

ONE UNITED POWER

ONE CREW. ONE LOVE. ONE POWER.

Method Man Gives Updates On Future Projects

During an exclusive sit down with the one and only Method Man, the Wu-Tang co-founder spoke on his upcoming fifth solo studio album, “Crystal Meth,” that’s set to be produced by RZA, the possibilities of both a “Blackout 3” album and “How High 2” film with Redman and if the world will ever get a Wu-Tang Clan biopic.

DJ Muggs’ Vinyl Collection – Crate Diggers

In this episode, DJ Muggs shows off his record collection, tells us why hip hop owes a lot to krautrock and busts out his best party starter

Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections.

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The Beat Junkies – For the Record

The World Famous Beat Junkies, comprised of members J-Rocc, DJ Babu, D-Styles, DJ Rhettmatic, DJ What?!, Mr. Choc, Icy Ice, Curse, DJ Shortkut, Melo-D, Symphony and DJ Havik have been putting in work on the turntables since they were first established in 1992. Known internationally as the premiere DJ crew, their longevity is a testament to their immense musical talents. In celebration of the legendary Beat Junkies, LRG presents For the Record – a short documentary profiling the collective with contributions from the likes of A Trak, Q Bert and Peanut Butter Wolf – with DJ Jazzy Jeff commenting that “there are no DJ’s out today that haven’t been influenced by the Beat Junkies at all.” In addition, the Beat Junkies are heading out on the road for an international tour with stops across the US, Europe and Asia and this past weekend kicked off their tour at the Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA on June 30. Laced in commemorative letterman jackets from LRG that celebrates 20-years of hard work and hustle, here’s to another 20 more in the game.

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/44995287″>The Beat Junkies – For the Record</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/lifted”>LRG</a&gt; on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

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