If you don’t know who Purity Ring is, stop sleeping. I’m not quite sure what is going on in the band’s visuals for “Lofticries”, but it’s awesome. Off of the album Shrines.
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Cudder gets trippy on us in his latest video for his single “What I Am”. King Chip, formerly Chip Tha Ripper, teams up for a Cleveland banger. Gotta love that golden frame.
Chicago collective Kids These Days has finally dropped the anticipated Traphouse Rock, a 15-song album showcasing the various qualities of the band. Did I mention that this album is available for the low price of free.99? Guest verse includes Chance the Rapper. Download below.
Click here to download Traphouse Rock.
Looks like The Weeknd has dropped a previously unannounced track called “Enemy”. This is not slated to appear on the upcoming album, Trilogy, which releases Nov. 13.
Click here to download “Enemy”.
Click here to download “Classick”.
One of the more interesting debates on the diamond this season is the AL MVP. This season, Angels’ rookie Mike Trout and the Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera compiled two of the best seasons in baseball history, leaving baseball writers perplexed when it comes to voting for the title. My Daily Illini colleague Stephen Bourbon and I break down the race below, beginning with my argument for Trout after the jump. Continue reading
In the fifth installment of Reebok’s video series documenting Derrick Rose’s recovery, Rose speaks on what gives him drive and where his passion for the game stems from. Take a gander.
I don’t personally stand by Chief Keef or his movement, GBE, but I give the people what they want. ChiSide doesn’t discriminate. The controversial Chicago emcee drops the video for his latest banger, “Love Sosa”. Not even going to lie, this track more listenable than a lot of Keef’s previous stuff.
Not often do original motion picture soundtracks break the mold of mediocrity, but the RZA-directed “The Man With The Iron Fists” soundtrack certainly turns heads thanks to features and production from Kanye West, the RZA himself (accompanied by Wu-Tang Clan), Talib Kweli, and others. This may be one of the few scores that actually cements itself as a top five hip-hop album in any given year. Listen below: