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SoulCulture TV sat down with the creative brain behind the innovative audiovisual experience known as The Bullitts, Jeymes Samuel and fellow collaborator Jay Electronica following their energetic performance at the Big Chill Festival 2011, held earlier this month at Eastnor Castle Deer Park in Herefordshire, UK as the pair have an animated chat about the experience of working together on their joint EP, their mutual musical appreciation and how their forthcoming album came about — with a line-up that includes actors Idris Elba and Lucy Liu.
Affion Crockett’s impersonations of Drake, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and Jay-Z have become viral sensations. Now it looks like Jay is also laughing. The Roc Nation mogul has enlisted the comedian to appear in a viral campaign for Rocawear where he raps to “D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)” and performs as hip-hop dancing duo Les Twins to “Venus vs. Mars.”
5-time DMC champion, DJ Craze, visited SAE Miami to speak with students and alumni. Following a Q&A period, Craze demonstrated some of the techniques that has made him so legendary. Check out his routine where he cuts up Jay-Z’s Stop, and hit continue reading to watch another one where he chops up Kanye’s Monster.
Here’s the new Big K.R.I.T. mixtape “Last King 2 (God’s Machine)” presented by DJ Wally Sparks and DJ Breakem Off. This is a collection of unreleased songs and features from the past year that may have been overlooked. Lots of quality production from K.R.I.T., 9th Wonder, DJ Khalil and DJ Burn One. Also, on this mixtape you’ll get to hear K.R.I.T. alongside other great artists like Pimp C, Bun B, Killer Mike, Yelawolf, Dom Kennedy, Cyhi Da Prynce and many more.
Tracklist & download link after the jump.
The Wu-Tang saga is a revolution that swarmed on the music industry like a pack of killer bees. Straight out of the slums of Shaolin, the Clan created an often imitated but never duplicated sound comprised of eerie beats mixed with puzzling stanzas and clashing kung-fu swords. The collective powers of RZA the Abbot, GZA the Genius, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Raekwon Shallah, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, and Cappadonna have entertained and inspired legions with perplexing rhymes full of grit.
With this year’s Rock the Bells line-up featuring Raekwon and Ghostface performing all of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… and GZA doing Liquid Swords, it’s a perfect time for Complex to enter all 36 Chambers to unmask The 100 Best Wu-Tang Clan Songs.