Little Brother’s newest single, “Passion Flower” (prod. by 9th Wonder) is off the upcoming album Separate But Equal (Drama Free Edition), which is to release Nov 4, 2008. If the first version of Separate But Equal didn’t blow out your speakers, the Drama Free Edition (which includes three new tracks) will get the job done!
Hip Hop Live 2008, the second round of the Sony-presented, Flow TV-sponsored tour pairing formidable rappers with a formidable live band, stormed through Los Angeles’ House of Blues, electrifying its audience with performances by Talib Kwali, David Banner, Little Brother, and B.O.B.
In late May many of you were online in Call of Duty 4 (COD4) defusing bombs or C4’ing flags in Domination, when the squeaky preteen too young to buy COD4 mentioned something about an upcoming Call of Duty sequel, the fifth installment. “Bullshit!” You shouted from your Lazy-Boy throne. Though you pwnd the fun out of that kid for his insolence, today, he grins with I-told-you-so goodness.
Call of Duty: World at War (COD5), is set to release on Veteran’s Day, Nov 11th, and with all your little brothers and sisters off of school, it’s going to be a long day for ass cushions everywhere. Why don’t you join them?COD5 returns to the WWII setting after a quick detour into …
Inglewood, CA’s very own Thurzday and YO! of U-N-I have well-established themselves in the hip-hop scene of Los Angeles. However, don’t be fooled…they’re music isn’t “gangster rap,” “hipster rap,” or any other “____ rap” category you can fit them into. Read more on U-N-I, as they talk with URB about their past, present, and future…
URB: What does U-N-I stand for and how did you come up with the name? YO!: The name “U-N-I” came from [The Roots'] Illadelph Halflife album. We use it as a first person statement, “You” as in Thurz & “I” as in myself. Thurz: The song is “UNIverse at War” featuring Common. We also see our name as an ideology of being boundless and not boxed into one sound.
When did Nick Jr. become the hippest five hours in the entirety of television? And since when does my little brother fill me in on the latest from Of Montreal? I never should have quit babysitting, because apparently,all of the hip shit is coming out of Nick Jr.’s award winning children’s show, Yo Gabba Gabba! The show’s host, DJ Lance Rock, emcees a half hour of good times and good advice delivered by special guests. Co-created by Christian Jacobs (of the Aquabats), YGG! is definitely one of those shows that nails the type of absurdly surreal humor that appeals to both kids and adults (though surely for different reasons). Last season featured an all-star guest lineup, with Paper Rad, The Shins, The Aggrolites, Cornelius, Shiny Toy Guns, Supernova, Mark Mothersbaugh, Rahzel, The Postmarks, M