I’m late but I’m always on time. Big shouts to Lafayette on this one for tapping into the year 1995 (I was wearing Columbia rain jackets in 90+ degree weather. Damn you hip hop.) with the audials (is that a word?) and visuals on this one. 1995 is the second single off of “Life’s Journey: Life Goes On”. If you haven’t peeped Laf’s full project, be sure to do so and […]
Alex Kidd is back with another set of visuals for his track “Fully Automatic Alex” from his A.D.D (Art Of Day Dreaming) EP. Directed by Alex Kidd & Alex Black. Edited: Kendall Jackson
Lafayette delivers some dope visuals for the follow up to “So Simple“. Fresh video to match a fresh track…..oh yea, don’t forget to grab the full EP and throw it on your iPhone.
Lafayette gears up for his Rob Yung produced second release off of his debut EP, Life’s Journey. Stay tuned for the full video and grab the EP if you haven’t yet. http://thesoulsticemusic.bandcamp.com/album/lifes-journey
Alex Kid of The Soulstice dropped off some visuals for his latest piece called Alito. I don’t know what Alito means but I’m feelin’ this joint.
I feel like if I write too much, it’ll come off biased since you know I fux with the Soulstice. So I’ll keep it short. This is dope and you need this in your life. Performed by Lafayette Stokely Directed by Jahmel Reynolds Produced by Rob Yung
The homie, Rob Yung of the Soulstice, unleashes his debut EP on the blogosphere. Royal Minority is a 5 joint banger that’s produced in its entirety by Handbook. Definitely feelin’ this project, my fave joint is probably ‘Thank You’ as its honesty is on a whole new level.
Those fresh kids from Orlando link up with York beatmaker, Handbook, to drop an atypical love story over York’s dedication to Dilla. We need a full project between these two entities. #DillaMonth