Man, this kid is pretty good. I must admit. I just have no real clue to as who he is. Then again, maybe I should read what is in my email.
Lafayette Stokely is an emcee who made the move up to Brooklyn from the South to cement his name in the game. He released the well-received Life’s Journey project in the fall of 2012. Not done with the project, he has released a music video for one of the stand out cuts, “Scared of Death.” Always introspective, Lafayette used the beat from Rob Yung to vent about the obstacles in his life. The video, a prequel to his previous video, “So Simple,” sees him confront death in physical form.
Follow Lafayette Stokely on Twitter @LdotStoke and be on the lookout for some new music coming soon.
I don’t care if this is executive produced by Jay-Z. I don’t care about Dream Hampton being involved. All of that is nice. But that does not matter. What matters is that this looks absolutely fantastic. I mean FUCKING fantastic! I must see it. Period.
It needs to be said that Ghostface Killah isn’t fuggin’ around with y’all ashy asses anymore. I would make this comment short, but Boss Man (Emilio) likes for me to give good explanations. So, I will do just that.
Listen to the music. Enjoy the music. This is what hip hop sounds like when you are a veteran with emcee skills and great production.
The good brohan John Stewart is working on a series of short films, the series is called Americana. The goal is to make people visualize the beautiful and ugly about America while also pushing them to think about a variety of social issues.
I for one always pay attention to social issues when there is a pair of titties shown. In fact I have said that wars would cease to exist if the leader of the world lad girls just walk around topless is war zones. How can you make war or shoot a gun or worry about foreign policy and other political/social topics when titties are all around. Boobie goodness is a platform I can get behind.
Help bring this soccer based New York film to life by clicking the kickstarter and donating.
Street Soccer: New York is an independently-funded documentary film about camaraderie and overcoming incredible circumstances to achieve one’s dreams. It’s the story of 12 homeless men as they prepare for the 2009 Street Soccer USA Cup. The film shows how sports can change people’s lives and it highlights the effectiveness of the Street Soccer USA organization, which helps the homeless get off the streets, find jobs and reconnect with family members. Watch the trailer above.
The men in this film are an inspiration and represent an entire population of homeless people in America. This film will shatter your judgments of the homeless and how to address the problem of homelessness. .
We need more inspiring films like this to get the upcoming generation, our youth motivated. So go go go, send money!
If you’ve got 25 mins and like to look a beaches watch this. Barefoot Wine presents One Beach. A film about creativity, optimism and having fun cleaning our beaches around the world.
If you go to Midland beach or South beach in Staten Island never step foot on those beaches, most likely you will find a hypodermic syringe just chillin in the sand. This doc doesn’t talk about filthy syringes but it does stress the importance of keeping beaches clean.
Shouts to Brandon Boyd of the band Incubus, I follow him on twitter and he tweeted the link. For more information, visit One Beach Film
HOLY SHIT!!!!! Im in this…Asaad is a Philadelphia-bred musician, and at 21 he already has a prolific catalogue of music. With a deep-rooted past in the music industry, the support of his peers, and a vast fan base, little is known of Asaad’s identity. Did I mention Im featured in this, expect my full Asaad interview in the next few weeks.