• Sunday Sessions N0.186

    Skor 72 Drops the latest installment of his Sunday Sessions series.

    Sunday Sessions Nº186 by SKOR72

  • Peanut Butter Wolf's 24 Hour Valentines Mix

    Enjoy "The ABC's of Love," a 24-hour Valentine's Day mix from Peanut Butter Wolf featuring over 400 soul tracks from his personal collection of 45s.  All songs will be played in alphabetical order. Wolf, with UK's Fact Mag, will launch this streaming mix in several sections beginning 10AM GMT / 5AM EST / 2AM PST

  • Keep The Love Spinning: De La Soul Releases Entire Catalog For Free Download

    Today only, Legends in the game, De La Soul have made their entire catalog available for free download to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising.

  • LRGirls Spring 2014

    Fresh and bright, obscure and edgy - contrasting dispositions that combine to embody Springtime's wild nature. At Lifted Research Group, imagination and innovation come together to form a collection that's eclectic and contemporary.LRGirls sow seeds of sophisticated mayhem in a wardrobe that's crisp and refreshing: dolmans, boyfriend tees, and delicate tanks. Classic ease mixed with forward styling. Cropped shirts and bold colorways were made for basking in Spring's early sun; edgy burnout jerseys were designed for the kind of mischief that only occurs when the weather gets warm. Shop the LRG Girls Spring 2014 Collection now on shop.l-r-g.com

  • House Shoes Presents: The Gift Vol. VI - Cream Of Beats

    DJ House shoes drop's volume VI of the "The Gift" series. "Me and Cream went to high school together. I didn't know he was on the beats until a couple years later, but damn my man got HEAT. You can find a few joints floating around on various 12" singles from awhile back, but I had to drop that batch on y'all...Enjoy The Gift." Listen to Cream Of Beats below.

  • LRG Spring 2014 Artist Lookbook Feat. Raekwon, Pro Era, Black Cobain, Dyme A Duzin

    For LRG’s second installment of our Spring 14 lookbook, we teamed up with New York-based photographer Brook Bobbins and some of the freshest talent in the rap game. Waving the banner of underground inventive, Pro Era (CJ Fly, Statik Selektah, RokaMouth, Dirty Sanchez, Powers Pleasant), Dyme-a-Duzin, Boogz Boogetz, and Black Cobain. Longtime LRG family member, living example of overground effective, Raekwon the Chef made the cypher complete for LRG’s debut line for 2014. Underground inventive overground effective.

    Vid Produced by Patrick Lawler

  • LRG Spring 2014 - Artist Lookbook

  • LRG x Grupa Etam - Lifted in Lodz

    LRG Europe welcomes Grupa Etam to the Artist Driven family.

  • The Come Up: CJ Fly

    XXL Magazine highlights CJ Fly, discussing his background in Brooklyn hip hop, joining Pro Era, and the future of the group. View excerpts from the article and lookout for new music for day Day 4 of Pro Era Week.

    CJ FLY: Being from Brooklyn, you can’t avoid the music that’s around you. Outside, hip-hop will be playing on the radio; you want to be a part of something so deep in your culture. Being the Brooklyn kid that I am, I had to tap into it. [Brooklyn] definitely helped bring definition into the music and the view of what life was. It definitely had a big influence on that. Aside from Brooklyn, look at Bedstuy, for example—Jay-Z and Biggie. There’s a lot to top. Not in the whole Brooklyn, but just from my neighborhood alone. At the top, it’s Jay and Biggie.

    Rapping just came naturally. I don’t think about it too much but I’ve always listen to music as a kid and I didn’t want to do anything else. I’ve always loved poetry, too. I definitely tried to fuse it. You can hear it even when I don’t try. You can hear an accent when I speak sometimes. I try to make my music American and sometimes in our raps, people say they can hear reggae in my voice. I wasn’t trying to, though; it was more natural. All the stuff I was listening to as a child comes out in my music.

    I don’t try to sound like any other artist. Even when we were making Joey’s 1999, we didn’t really pinpoint the hip-hop and be like, “Let’s do this to sound differently.” But that’s what came up—that’s what we projected once we started rapping. We definitely try to manifest everything we’ve planned. But a lot of things were blessings and a lot just came.


    I want Pro.Era to be as big as big as every rap crew in history. I want to be the greatest to do it in the history of legendary rap groups. We have a bunch of spitters with each one of them being able to rap. It separates us from a lot of groups. We can all genuinely rap.

    View the article in its entirety at XXL.com.

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