"Once you get everything you want, it won't make you happy unless you're able to be happy with nothing. If you weren't able to be happy broke, money will not fucking make you happy."
After talking with his tour manager Brad, realizing the onslaught of friends not fans, but mostly white teenage girls, filing in line to get in to the Cattivo had started almost an hour before doors opened at 6:00P.M. and that the tour bus trailer's axle had broken, albeit after the fact, it was decided my interview with Hip-Hop's hippie, Mod Sun, 30, would be moved to after the show.
"Look, I just want a girl who gone let me know I'm the one she wants, yeah," Buxton said on the hook.
“Due to the content of the video and personal significance of the song, this was a hard visual to complete, but I wanted use these frames to both honor love ones I’ve lost and illuminate issues we face today.”
The line wraps around 11th and Spring Garden about an hour before doors open at 7, as a slew of high school teens and early twenty somethings, wait to file into Union Transfer
"I made this song when I was in the studio in New York," Rosewood Bape said. "Me and the guys just came from ACES strip club and I got a call from DJ JFresh telling us to head down to his studio. We went down and he played some beats for me to vibe to that (producer) Jamz made. I instantly started vibing and freestyling to the record and from there we recorded Daily."
"As a shy guy, some of my words get misunderstood in regular conversation, so I use my music to say the things that I’m scared to say in person,"
Acid meets colorful creatures.
Lil Aaron's opening for Blackbear on the "Digital Druglord Tour", coming to Philadelphia June 30th. But, it wasn't an easy path for rap/rock genre artist to where he is now, establishing a fan base on the road every night.
It was by chance I discovered Pell. It was just over a year that Dom Kennedy had released his second studio album Get Home Safely, and I was starving for the next release.
In December of that year, Ige dropped his debut mixtape 'The Love Project.' Ige said to Vice he recorded and produced the entire mixtape in the basement of his dorm at West Chester University.
"That's just me in general," Phonat said. "I'm a bit old school that way. I like my work to speak for itself, other than posting online about yourself."
These Hampton Roads natives are ready to turn up the music scene with their infectious energy and gritty rap skills.