Location: 205 E Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis When: Wednesday, August 27th @ 9PM
Tonight, Honey will host part 2 of Hip Hop on the Springboard. The event has a dope lineup with performances from 3flection, Alex Frecon, Konstant Movement and Soft Pore Corn(correct spelling), rounding out what should be a good night. Honey has been turning up with the absence of Cause, there’s usually a decent crowd on just about any night. This one’s 21+ and the door’s only $5, if you’re looking for something to do on your Wednesday night, you should check out what’s goin down at Honey.
A couple days ago, we received a track from the Land (Cleveland) featuring up and comer Atari Jones. This is the latest offering from Atari since signing to Chicago label Lawless Inc. On this record he linked up with Australian producer Papertoy for another dope single, definitely something to ride to on a nice day. Check out “Too Much On The Way” below, much love to all of our people in the CLE.
Jordan Brand is looking to make 2014 the year of the “VI” with several releases for that model due soon. As rumors regarding a complete OG re-release for the year continue, the above “Sport Blue” 6s are a sign that these “rumors” may be coming true after all. The Air Jordan VI “Sport Blue” is set to hit retailers on August 30th at a price of $170, if you’re looking to cop, you should get start getting your game plan set.
Just ahead of his birthday, Botzy has released his project I’ll Be Underground When I’m Dead, for all of our listening pleasure. One of the 5 finalists for Vita.Mn’s “Best New Bands” contest, Botzy is looking to expand upon his success. The album spans about 35 minutes and contains a lot of diversity as far as sounds go. Another solid effort from one of Minneapolis’ hottest up and comers, what’s next you might ask? Botzy is currently gearing up for his B-Day celebration this Friday at 7th Street, if you’re in Minneapolis you should definitely attend, there wont be a better place to be. Click the link below for tickets and keep an eye out for more.
Location: 701 First Avenue N, Minneapolis When: Friday, August 29th @ 9PM
As the month of August winds down, a ton of shows are popping up. Tonight, Botzy will be holding his birthday party at First Avenue with a few friends. Live performances will include Beasthead, Heavy Petting, Dre Green along with Botzy himself. If you know what’s up, you wont miss this party. This one’s 18+ and advance tickets are available now for $5, the door will run $10. Click the link below for tickets and keep an eye out for more.
Location: 235 N Ashland Avenue, Chicago When: Friday, August 29th @ 9PM
With North Coast Music Festival right kicking off, it’s about time for some after party announcements. Of all the events going down after the fest, the above show at the Cobra Lounge will be one to remember. St. Paul’s own Allan Kingdom will headline his first Chicago show with Alex Wiley and Saba also slated to perform. A Billion Young will rock the 1s and 2s with a couple more artists waiting to be announced. This event is 21+ and tickets are on sale now for $5! If you know what’s up, you wont miss this show; click the link below for tickets.
Spazz & Reelo are back with a new track entitled “Tonight” for all of our listening pleasure. Produced by Matt Witt, the duo goes in over the celebratory sounding instrumental with ease. A style is definitely beginning to shape as they continue to show off their chemistry. No word on a new project so for now, you’ll have to bump this. Check out “Tonight” below and keep an eye out for more.
A$AP Rocky’s 5 part documentary continues with part 3. During the 3rd installment, Rock gives us a little background on his A$AP Mob crew and the ideologies that they live off. An eclectic bunch no doubt, the A$AP mob has began to come into their own as they transition from wild, young artists to more groomed, professionals. From jumping into the crowd and fighting to world tours, the A$AP Mob has come a long way. Peep the 3rd part above and keep an eye out for the next episode.
This unique bicycle was developed by three Chilean engineers, whom have a passion for bicycles. The newly developed prototype, features a detachable frame used to lock and secure your bike. Sure you can buy a lock, but The Yerka Project promises a much safer and reliable lock with this ride.