The latest from LA label, Dome of Doom -- featuring Myka 9 and Gnome Beats
Chris Daly is really into Trap Step Wave Core Since it does come around once per year, Living Legends’ very own Luckiam likes to celebrate the occasion by dropping a free joint for the fans. This year’s gift from the Cali birthday boy enlists the talents of the equally lofty Myka 9 and Open Mike […]
The greatest rap video show in the history of Beverly Hills returns for its fourth episode — first released on April 16th, 1993. The guest hosts are the Pharcyde beaming live from Delicious Vinyl’s label offices on Sunset Blvd. Fatlip is absent because Fatlip. The word “papes” is used repeatedly in regards to “The Hills.” […]
Max Bell is just chillin eating lamb brain I gave up on my unspoken dream of becoming a rapper a long time ago. There are enough decent white rappers and Aesop Rock is already Aesop Rock. But there was a time when I wrote rhymes in the margins of college ruled notebooks, more focused on […]
Max Bell  has been known to sit on park benches. Snoop is a stoned lion who thought making an anti-gun song with wheelchair Jimmy was a sound decision. Dre continues to make headphone money (and will probably never release another album in his lifetime). Ice Cube makes more movies and TV shows than music, if you […]
Behold: the lone photo of me to ever appear on the Passion of the Weiss. In the words of the RZA on Wu-Tang Forever, this is like a comet. Or to paraphrase another eccentric superhero, once the face got revealed, game got real. The reason is that on the latest episode of Shots Fired, Nocando […]
Max Bell is a bully on the blog. Everyone’s favorite comedian, Steven Wright, once sang, “Wind chimes are for stupid people so they’ll know that there’s a breeze.” A young Self Jupiter a.k.a. “Mr. Sandman” broke his parent’s wind chimes as he tore the silver lining out of the coloring book he used to practice […]
Max Bell values cleanliness before Based Godliness. Kenny Segal and Self Jupiter are, respectively, the hip-hop equivalent of Pulp Fiction’s Marcellus Wallace and Winston Wolf. And not solely in their physicality. Together, they are the new and notable avant-rap duo—The Kleenrz. Self and Kenny have crafted, at least with “Filthy,” the single off of their […]