frank151:

@AllOGContent #AdamJasonCohen’s #photography #captures the #social #landscape and #humancondition of #ChiTown | #FRANK151 welcomes him as our latest contributor | Check his first #photocolumn #AllOriginalContent up now at #FRANK151.com | #WindyCity #Guns #Porsche

frank151:

@AllOGContent #AdamJasonCohen’s #photography #captures the #social #landscape and #humancondition of #ChiTown | #FRANK151 welcomes him as our latest contributor | Check his first #photocolumn #AllOriginalContent up now at #FRANK151.com | #WindyCity #Guns #Porsche

upnorthtrips:

BACK IN THE DAY |6/17/97| Capone-N-Noreaga released their deubt album, The War Report, on Penalty Records.

upnorthtrips:

BACK IN THE DAY |6/17/97| Capone-N-Noreaga released their deubt album, The War Report, on Penalty Records.

this one is good too

this one is good too

peep young david in the crowd

peep young david in the crowd

upnorthtrips:

The Wu-Tang Clan’s 20-Year Plan (via @nprmusic)
This year marks the 20th anniversary of a remarkable year in music. Over the 12 months of 1993, Queen Latifah, De La Soul, Salt-N-Pepa, Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest and more than a dozen other rappers released albums that helped to change the sound of America. One of those albums wasn’t just a collection of songs — it was a business concept, too. The Wu-Tang Clan’s 1993 debut was the opening shot of an audacious plan to open the music industry to hip-hop made way outside the mainstream. [Read More…]
BONUS: First Listen: Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge, ‘Twelve Reasons To Die’

upnorthtrips:

The Wu-Tang Clan’s 20-Year Plan (via @nprmusic)

This year marks the 20th anniversary of a remarkable year in music. Over the 12 months of 1993, Queen Latifah, De La Soul, Salt-N-Pepa, Snoop Dogg, A Tribe Called Quest and more than a dozen other rappers released albums that helped to change the sound of America. One of those albums wasn’t just a collection of songs — it was a business concept, too. The Wu-Tang Clan’s 1993 debut was the opening shot of an audacious plan to open the music industry to hip-hop made way outside the mainstream. [Read More…]

BONUS: First Listen: Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge, ‘Twelve Reasons To Die’

hellolittlelady:

The house was built in 1968 by a group of young boys who needed a place to sunbath. As the rock was not exactly the most comfortable place to lie down, they brought some boards from a nearby ruined shed. The following year the boys put up a roof and walls and a house materialized. To transport the materials they used boats and kayaks. Larger pieces were lowered into the water just a few miles upstream, and then caught at the rock.
The house was nearly destroyed several times during flood, but every time it was built from ground up. (via Amusing Planet, photo by Irene Becker)

hellolittlelady:

The house was built in 1968 by a group of young boys who needed a place to sunbath. As the rock was not exactly the most comfortable place to lie down, they brought some boards from a nearby ruined shed. The following year the boys put up a roof and walls and a house materialized. To transport the materials they used boats and kayaks. Larger pieces were lowered into the water just a few miles upstream, and then caught at the rock.

The house was nearly destroyed several times during flood, but every time it was built from ground up. (via Amusing Planet, photo by Irene Becker)

knxwledge:

kop.1_#buttrskotch _

One of my favorite releases of 2012

knxwledge:

kop.1_#buttrskotch _

One of my favorite releases of 2012

upnorthtrips:

Adrian Younge: Looking Back To Move Hip-Hop Forward (via @NPRMusic)
Spaghetti Westerns and the scores of Ennio Morricone, Philadelphia soul, opera and the Wu-Tang Clan all come together in the music of composer and producer Adrian Younge. He has produced and composed two new albums: one with William Hart, lead singer of The Delfonics, that’s being released this week, and one with rapper Ghostface Killah — Twelve Reasons to Die — that will be out next month. Ghostface Killah and Younge will debut their album just after midnight Thursday at South by Southwest. While Younge thinks of himself as a hip-hop guy, it’s been years since he has listened to that music with any regularity.  [Read More…]

dope listen well worth your 40 mins

upnorthtrips:

Adrian Younge: Looking Back To Move Hip-Hop Forward (via @NPRMusic)

Spaghetti Westerns and the scores of Ennio Morricone, Philadelphia soul, opera and the Wu-Tang Clan all come together in the music of composer and producer Adrian Younge. He has produced and composed two new albums: one with William Hart, lead singer of The Delfonics, that’s being released this week, and one with rapper Ghostface Killah — Twelve Reasons to Die — that will be out next month. Ghostface Killah and Younge will debut their album just after midnight Thursday at South by Southwest. While Younge thinks of himself as a hip-hop guy, it’s been years since he has listened to that music with any regularity.  [Read More…]

dope listen well worth your 40 mins

upnorthtrips:

Ghostface Killah - The Sure Shot [parts 1 and 2]

upnorthtrips:

Ghostface Killah - The Sure Shot [parts 1 and 2]

unkutdotcom:

Marcberg on tape? Good money.

Got my copy too 30/300

unkutdotcom:

Marcberg on tape? Good money.

Got my copy too 30/300