Tag Archives: Prodigy

Record Store Day announces 2017 Black Friday exclusives

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

RSD Black Friday 2017 titles include the first-ever North American vinyl pressing of Neil Young’s ‘Harvest Moon,’ a 40th anniversary edition of Richard Hell & The Voidoid’s ‘Blank Generation,’ Tori Amos’ hair metal band Y Kant Tori Read and more.

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (8/11)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This week’s Notable Releases include Downtown Boys’ powerful Sub Pop debut, Sean Price’s posthumous LP, The Cribs’ Steve Albini-recorded rager, and more.

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Rock Steady Crew 40th Anniversary @ SummerStage now Prodigy tribute

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The free Rock Steady Crew 40th Anniversary show at Central Park SummerStage on Sunday, July 20 is now being headlined by what’s being billed as Mobb Deep (Tribute to Prodigy)

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Prodigy mural vandalized, to be replaced with “community-inspired” artwork

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

That mural of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy (who died in June) that went up recently in Queensbridge has already been defaced twice and is being replaced with a “community-inspired” piece of art that won’t feature the rapper…

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Soul Rebels playing Prodigy tribute with Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Krik Knight

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

In the wake of Prodigy‘s untimely death, Prodigy collaborators The Soul Rebels have turned their free BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival show in Prospect Park this Saturday (6/24) into a Prodigy tribute…

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Mobb Deep played their last show on the ‘Art of Rap’ tour in Vegas (watch)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Before the legendary Prodigy‘s untimely death, he and his Mobb Deep partner Havoc were out on the Art of Rap Tour. The tour kicked off at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center on Saturday (6/17), which now will sadly go down as the last-ever Mobb Deep show. The tour continues in Newark…

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El-P, Danny Brown, Biz Markie, Lil Wayne, Flying Lotus, more pay tribute to Prodigy

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, Talib Kweli, Q-Tip, DJ Premier, Aesop Rock, Questlove, Pro Era, Vince Staples, and more pay tribute to the late hip hop legend…

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Harlem Arts Festival 2017 schedule

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 6th annual Harlem Arts Festival happens next week, Friday, June 23 through Sunday, June 25, in Marcus Garvey Park at the Richard Rodgers amphitheater. The festival is a nonprofit and “features local creatives in music, art, dance, writing, theater, and more.”

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BV Presents ‘Music Driven’ films at Nitehawk Cinema (starting w/ AC/DC)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

BrooklynVegan is proud to be the presenting sponsor of the Music Driven signature film series at Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg. The next film screening as part of the series is AC/DC: Let There Be Rock

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The Top 25 Records of Fuzzy Logic’s Teen Years

Source: Fuzzy Logic

The Top 25 Records of Fuzzy Logic's Teen Years

Perhaps more than any other Facebook status update I’ve ever seen, the Top Ten Albums When You Were a Teenager list has been all over my feed for weeks now. After so much saturation, I couldn’t help but start to think about what my own list might look like. And then, having had plenty of titles (and memories) pop into my head, I decided to write about it. 

Of course, I couldn’t possibly adhere to the 10 records thing. Instead, my list features 25 records I held close to my heart during those formative teenage years. There is so much ...

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The Top 25 Records of Fuzzy Logic’s Teen Years

Source: Fuzzy Logic

The Top 25 Records of Fuzzy Logic's Teen Years

Perhaps more than any other Facebook status update I’ve ever seen, the Top Ten Albums When You Were a Teenager list has been all over my feed for weeks now. After so much saturation, I couldn’t help but start to think about what my own list might look like. And then, having had plenty of titles (and memories) pop into my head, I decided to write about it. 

Of course, I couldn’t possibly adhere to the 10 records thing. Instead, my list features 25 records I held close to my heart during those formative teenage years. There is so much ...

Read full article >>