Despite the dreary weather, 550 fans occupied The Bowery Ballroom last night to catch rising star, Macklemore. Along with DJ, producer, and hypeman Ryan Lewis, the Seattle natives gave arguably one of the best live hip-hop performances I witnessed this year. Even without knowing their songs verbatim, the duo’s stage presence and stadium status anthems made for great night out. A tissue for your sorrows if you missed out, but here’s a recap courtesy of dark nyte‘s 60d.
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It’s almost that time for the arrival of Ja’s Pain Is Love 2. And while the clock keeps on tickin’ ’til its release next month, here’s his latest, produced by 7 Aurelius.
A few weeks back, Cappadonna’s new album, The Pilgrimage quietly hit stores. And during his promo run, he stopped by DJ Tony Touch’s weekly show and threw a few darts over the Shade 45 airwaves. Bullseye! allindstrom
On the night of the release of their 13th album, The Roots performed at the Highline Ballroom. Above they brought out Big K.R.I.T for their “Make My” collabo. If you haven’t done so yet, get undun now. steve-Ography
Sans the auto-tune, T-Pain swung by Jimmy Kimmel’s late night gig to perform “5 O’ Clock”. After the jump, he closed out the evening with “Drowning Again”. rEVOLVEr in stores now.