Yesterday was Michael Joseph Jackson’s birthday. A moment of silence is not the right way to remember him. This mixtape by J.Period seems a bit more appropriate.
‘Congratulations’ is a song about MGMT’s sudden fame and fortune (and the simple stock of half-assed guilt and waste that comes with it), so I guess the video is about all that, too. Dudes are carrying a giant, naked dying bird across the desert. It’s a beautiful bummer (which, incidently, would be a good song title I think). Debate at will.
Hova does the power clap and drops a verse on Swizzee’s beats. It’s whatch’all been waitin’ for ain’t it?
I am so glad Casey Affleck and Joaquin Phoenix have found a distributor for their movie.
“I’m Still Here” will be released September 10, 2010.
A mixtape of slowed down rave and re-animated pop corpses, creating something wicked (yeah, that’s right, I’m bringing back ‘wicked’) and cruel. Watch mind-blowing Cosmotropia de Xam videos to zombie versions of Abba, Lady Gaga and more.
Yes! The perfect surprise drop to start the weekend. Dominican beats, Street Fighter samples and Prince Zimboo in full effect. Get it before Lady Gaga steals it.
LGF is very particular about what he wears. And he shops for himself. I’d love to shop for him, but he never wears anything I buy him.
However, on a trip to London a year ago, I got him a stack of +J Jil Sander for UNIQLO products.
Think I scored much?
More images + some of the women’s collection after the jump.
I don’t really get why everyone keeps talking shit about M.I.A. I was watching the new (not Hype Williams-directed) video for XXO on Vulture, whose resident blogger seems to be offended by M.I.A. not smiling throughout the video. Really? That’s your critique? You have to smile in a video to make it?
Download a huuuuge two-hour mixtape of the best songs used on the runways of Milan, Paris, London and New York during the AW 2010 fashion week.
If those Hollywood types think they can make me post a viral for their new movie “The Other Guys” with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg just because Eva Mendes is in it and (kind of) singing and (kind of) dancing with Cee-Loo Green, they’re… well… completely right!