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De La Soul masters the game’s Rubik’s Cube in their new video directed by Lenny Bass and Kris Merc. The trio’s You’re Welcome is expected to drop later this fall. rs
[hulu id=5lsflb2cbpn-ow_4ap-hmg width=560] De La Soul got into the groove with The Roots last night on Jimmy’s stage with a new rendition of their classic “Jenifa Taught Me”. Below, is an off-air performance of “A Rollerskating Jam Named Saturdays”. okp
It’s been nearly 10 years since De La Soul’s last opus. But now, the trio are retuning to the mainstage with a new album, You’re Welcome. Here’s their first dose featuring soundbites of the Wu-Tang Clan. Says Posdnuos: “I’ve always loved the ‘Intro’ on Disc Two of Wu-Tang Forever – this erie sample with no beat, that they only talked over, I stumbled on the original sample while crate digging one day, took it straight to the lab and added drums. The feel […]
In preparation for the release of his forthcoming Authentic album, Uncle L and his
The 5th annual Roots Picnic began yesterday at the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing in Philly with guests including Yasiin Bey, De La Soul and more. Here are a few clips from day 1 of the musical festival.
Ironically, this is actually appealing. For the first single off their upcoming mixtape, Dirty Slum with Mick Boogie, Slum Village and De La takes turns respectively for their collabo.