Legendary Bay Area outfit, the Hieroglyphics, teamed with FLuD Watches for a special watch collaboration out now.
The “Meet The Crew” video series spotlights the crew with a unique personal perspective from each of the guys. Part 2, available after the jump, spotlights Casual, A-Plus, and DJ Toure each giving a one-on-one message to the camera.
FLuD is proud to announce a very special collaboration with legendary Bay Area hip hop collective, Hieroglyphics, responsible for paving the way for independent hip hop worldwide while spawning solo careers from Del The Funky Homosapien, Souls of Mischief, Pep Love and Casual. It was Souls of Mischief that created the classic hit “From 93 Till Infinity” and the Hieroglyphics’ logo is one of the most recognized logos in hip hop history, featuring the ubiquitous third eye, invented by Del The Funky Homosapien.
Available now for the holiday season, the limited edition watch showcases Hiero’s timeless third eye logo that is black, 44mm in size, water resistant to 3ATM, PVC bands, and packaged in a polycarbonate case with additional logo hits.
FLuDWayTV caught up with Freeway for another “On The Clock” session and discussed his inspirations, the breakup at Roc-a-Fella and more. Freeway’s upcoming album, “Diamond In The Ruff” will feature production from Jake One, Bink!, Needlz and Just Blaze. Don’t miss out and catch it on November 13th.
Chris Webby is a rapper from Norwalk, Connecticut who has been making big waves in the blogosphere over the past year. The unsigned young artist has already established a strong YouTube following, initially taking his talents on a college circuit tour. This year, Webby has stepped up his game, releasing his new mixtape “Bars on Me,” and appearing at various music festivals including A3C in Atlanta. Webby recently stopped by the FLuD HQs for a special in-studio performance, this time flexible his freestyle chops. Check out the young rapper thinking on his toes and coming out on top, truly following The FLuD Way.
When “Murs for President” came out, it was a time when the United States was in the middle of a tense political and social climate. We were on the cusp of a new electron, a deep financial crisis, and social media revealed itself as a leading form of mass communication. In an era when we felt bombarded by popular culture, Murs humorously and profoundly commented on the state of things, in turn contributing to a voice of the current generation. A couple of years have passed since “Murs for President,” and many things have changed for us. The feeling of being overwhelmed has turned into a subtle blase towards all things, a certain nonchalance for the otherwise shocking.
Cue “This Generation,” the new collaboration album between Murs and XXL Freshman Class alumni …