FATLACE recently had the chance to sit down with young veteran B-Boy (Breaker), Kareem. In the interview below, Kareem talks about his early mentors, accomplishments, gives advice and insight, and also talks about his journey into becoming a physical therapist. (FATLACE) Go ahead and Introduce yourself man: (Kareem): Yo, What’s
Jay’s like King Midas as I was told Everything that he touched turned to gold He’s the greatest of the greater get it straight He’s great Playing fame cause his name is known in every state His name is Jay To see him play Will make you say God damn
Presented by SPRITE and The FADER, the Obey You Collective: South Africa series explores the country’s artistic street culture through the eyes of its most exciting young minds and talents. In this new seven-minute documentary, we peek underneath the layers of Johannesburg’s one-of-a-kind music scene with help from the city’s
Swooning over these bad ass ladies right now. Oakland born singer, Kehlani and rapper Tia NoMore drop their remake of Ty Dolla $ign’s “Or Nah” track…. and this shit is fuckin’ fiyahhhhhh. They “dropped this shit with no promo”… but best believe they on the rise.
If you’re part of the 78 percent of Internet radio consumers still using Pandora (according to Bloomberg), it’s time to graduate to the next level of music streaming. Sure, Pandora has its positives, but it also comes with a lot of flaws. It’s free to use, but you have to
Been a while since I shot a concert, but this past weekend I was fortunate to not only shoot photos but also party with the illest Far East Movement! Awesome live music complimented by a giant inflatable duck, beach balls and Prohgress floating through the hands of Hawaiian fans, and
You may not recognize their faces, but you’d certainly recognize their sound. And in time, you’ll know more about them just by reading the Fatlace blog… Let me introduce you to The Futuristiks – the guys behind your favorite tracks from Dom Kennedy, Kendrick Lamar, Casey Veggies, Nipsey Hussle, TI,
Music can bring back memories. This mix by DJ Pleez covers a couple decades of dope hip hop classics that will definitely take you back. Super clean mix and song selection is on point… new DJs, take some notes. check it out: PRESS RECORD: THE “OLD SCHOOL” HIP HOP