Monthly Archives: January 2010

The most recent release from the duo of Nas & Damian Marley from their upcoming album, Distant Relatives. Listen and download the song titled, As We Enter, below.

Nas & Damian Marley – As We Enter



So, if you didn’t know, Lupe Fiasco’s song that leaked in early January titled, I’m Beamin’, officially dropped to iTunes this past Tuesday. Below, is Lupe performing his new single for the first time from the upcoming album, Lasers. Also, I love what the design team from the Lasers album has promoted. Just by using simple type, I am pretty sure the typeface is Gill Sans, the font speaks to a simple yet modern set of an audience through the ads and his music. Check out both pieces of media below.


Alright so I’m going to start doing something new. Every month or so I’m going to post albums that I’m currently listening to. Whether old or new, or whatever I’m feeling, I’ll fill you in on what I like to listen to personally. So without any further review, January’s  album of the month is, Usher – 8701. This album is a classic. It still brings some small concepts of classic R&B with Jermaine Dupri and The Neptunes lighting it up in the studio as producers. Some of my favorite tracks are U Got It Bad, U Remind Me, Pop Ya Collar, U Don’t Have To Call, I Don’t Know (ft. Diddy), and Can You Help Me. But, that is just me, so check out the album below.

Now, I’m not a huge fan of Drake, but this cover is simply amazing. The photography in the background is pretty wild, just by letting the camera pan, the lights stretch while the lens stays open. Click the picture below for another cool shot.


Wow, I’m in love with these, it’s about time the guys at KR3W released something worth wearing. The brand welcomes a new footwear program consisting of clean styles with subtle colorways while still remaining skateable sneakers. Four different models are seen, including The Franklin, Jackson, Grant and Grant Low. Stay tuned for release details soon.


Check out Microsoft’s new product called, Surface.  This multi-touch computer responds to natural hand movements and real-world objects, helping people interact with digital content in a simple yet intuitive way. It’s hard to explain, so just take a look at the video below, it looks amazing.