On Tuesday, the University of Houston officially announced they will archive more than a 1,000 vinyls from the “chopped & screwed” founder, DJ Screw. The DJ Screw Sound Recordings Collection, which was donated by the late Houston DJ’s father will be on display from March 19 – Sept. 21, 2012 at the M.D. Anderson Library and open for researchers in 2013. More info here. Additional pictures below.
[vodpod id=Video.15395305&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] It was a Cole World Friday night at Club Soda in Montreal and Montreality was present to capture Jermaine recite his current single, “Can’t Get Enough” and more. Cole World: The Sideline Story September 27.
[vodpod id=Video.15395423&w=540&h=350&fv=] OFWGKTA brought chaos to fashion designer Alexander Wang’s Fashion Week event at the Pier 40 in NYC last night. Nonethless, Tyler and his crew maintained their signature show throughout the evening. Golf Wang! info via who shot ya?
Mannie Fresh was in the building last night at Club Drom in New York City. Up top, Mannie performs his Big Tymers’ hit. For all the ladies in attendance, “Back That Azz Up” down below.
There’s no place like home. And while Big Sean was in his hometown of Detroit sometime in June, he threw the first pitch out of a Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park. Fast ball, boi.
In honor of the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 today, Scram Jones relives September 11, 2001 for his latest video. #Neverforget
For the third installment of Bey’s inside look during her Roseland Ballroom shows last month, we get a look just moments before she takes the stage. 4 in stores now. Previously: Pt. 1 l Pt. 2 Sidebar: 9/11 Tribute: I Was There
Seems like Tyler is working everybody who is anybody. While in New York this past week, The Creator and the Dungeon Dragon were both locked in the studio. Hopefully we get the end result soon.
Today marks 10 years since the tragic 9/11 terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Millions across America and around the world remembers those who lost their lives when the hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center in NYC, the Pentagon near D.C., and in western PA. The Hip-Hop community took to Twitter to share their thoughts. #Neverforget
Welcome to my power circle. Mike, you’re on one. Ty Kidd Previously: Things Will Change