Action Bronson returns with the third episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious.” In the latest video, the Queens rapper travels to London and Liverpool eating everything from the best pork buns in the world, to London’s best bagel spot, lamb chops to what Bronson coins as “white trash bruschetta.” He leaves one of his shows mid-concert and walks the streets shirtless looking for some chicken. No joke. Sit back and watch the episode now.
RONE participated in last month’s Mural Festival in Montreal. The Australian Artist braved the rain for four days before completing the piece that covers a three-story wall of a residential building. The portrait is of Montreal-native, Celestine who RONE initially photographed two years ago and who has made an appearance in several of his murals.
Earl Sweatshirt may have ruffled a few feathers with the cancellation of the remainder of his tour dates a few weeks back, but we can’t be mad when we get a short glimpse at young Earl on a Tyler The Creator production. “Rats” finds a more twisted Earl spitting a dizzying array of ruff rhymes over a sinister piano loop from the Odd Future architect, sounding more like pre-exile Earl than the calloused, yet somehow still spry wordsmith we see hear today.
DâM-FunK returns with a funky dose of traveling music courtesy of his new unreleased track entitled “Ride.” The bass driven funk jam clocks in just below the 6-minute mark with a wavy melody that makes this track perfect for cruising with the top down. Dam-Funk keeps the bounce-drenched production totally in-house, which boasts an infectious groove and vocals recorded in one take. While this joint makes for a stellar solo flight, “Ride” also sounds pretty ripe for some vox from Snoopzilla. Check the track below to listen to “Ride”, and stay tuned for more from DâM-FunK.
Statik Selektah links up with Pro-Era homies Joey Bada$$ and Kirk Knight direct from London for an episode of Pro Era Radio. This includes first looks at tracks from Selektah’s forthcoming What Goes Around LP as well as freestyles over a variety of dope beats. Stream and download the satisfying mix below.
Kool Keith teams with Rah Digga on the single “Nonstop” from his 2014 Demolition Crash LP. The project is a monstrous slapper made of the sort of vocal acrobatics that win beatbox battles and prop up alleyway cyphers. The bass-heavy track is only improved by airtight verses from Keith and Digga, both of whom drop a good bit of knowledge on this joint. Check the track below to listen to “Nonstop”, and purchase the Demolition Crash LP via iTunes.