Flashback! Black Thought freestyling with ?uestlove, of the Roots crew. A clip from the 2000 documentary Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme that you can watch HERE. To listen to the 10th new ROOTS album “UNDUN” in it’s entirety for free visit: myspace.com/theroots OR their radio station at myspace.com/theroots/radio (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
UNLIMITED Sashimi. Chocolate Fondue. Duck Tacos and most importantly… Alcohol!
Hot lady cover band. Fire-eaters. Burlesque Troop and our very own DJ Jay-P and Stro for a special DJxDrummer set.
One of the best company parties I’ve ever been to…
Wish I could have caught it all on film but here are a few quick videos of the groups on stage with us.
Too bad it was a safety hazard to keep everyone on stage but regardless great times…
Can’t wait for the next party! We’ve had 3 amazing ones in the past two weeks in San Francisco, Santa Monica and here at the Huntington Beach Hyatt with our new owners, Specific Media:
Special kudos to this lovely lady for putting together an amazing event and keeps it all together seemlessly, Miss Sophia Tran:
Our awesome host, Gio AKA “Basicali”:
Roy – Mr. 305
we have a long road ahead of us, but happy to go at it TOGETHER in 2012. One of many parties to come… =)
Many attended the “We Can Be Anything” premiere where hosts Celeste and Angelica interviewed guests like JoJo, Ap, Poet, the Poreotics, The Future, and more in this Pacific Rim red carpet video.
Fergie details his story of being adopted from the Philippines to the star he is today below:
Watch the video below with amazing footage from our home country:
“COLIMA ROAD” Music Video. Cheers to Rowland Heights, Hacienda Heights and Walnut… 20 miles east of Los Angeles, nestled within the quaint suburbs of the San Gabriel Valley, runs a pathway to social independence, a boulevard of culinary treasures, a road to self-discovery. Find yourself there… on “COLIMA ROAD” tonight. Featuring some of your favorite […]
I never got the chance to watch the 1992 Olympic Dream Team LIVE in person, but I imagine tonight’s concert is parallel to what the awesome experience might have been watching two seasoned veterans take the stage together. (like Charles Barkley & Michael Jordan? 😉
From Jay’s “On to the Next” to Ye’s “Flashing Lights” to the duo’s “Ninjas in Paris” – 9x in a row – classic after classic – tonight was 3 concerts in one – close to 3 hours with no intermission and no need for any opening acts.
Hope you got a chance to Watch the Throne as well – if not – watch a snapshot below:
“Ni$$as in Paris”
Flashbacks. Some of my favorite #Myspace shows featuring the duo I’ve produced here:
Jay-Z Myspace Release Show:
Kanye West premieres “Heartless” at T.I.’s Myspace Release Show ft. Rihanna