I love everything about this new Jay Nice and RU$H tape. Their rhymes are on point, the production by JLVSN is loaded with ill samples, and two of my favorite MCs of all-time—Roc Marciano and Willie The Kid—are all over it. Plus, they got FRKO to do the cover, who you may remember from his work with Action Bronson.
Do yourself a favor and go pump this fly underground rap shit right now.
Topps is killing it right now with their Project 2020 collection. This King Saladeen redesign of Don Mattingly’s 1984 rookie might be the dopest baseball card I’ve ever seen.
Head over to Topps to cop. But hurry, it’s only available for 48 hours!
Listen to a very fun Action Bronson interview on the Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take HERE. Clip above, and peep the baseball cards and artwork that was inspired by the interview, including the top one which was actually made by Topps.
Today is the 20th anniversary of this absolutely classic hip-hop photo, taken in Harlem on September 29th, 1998 for XXL by the legendary Gordon Parks. See fold-out cover below, along with a reference guide to everyone in the picture…
Dope The New Yorker cover this week by Kadir Nelson. Read about it HERE.
With everyone anticipating Lebron’s next move, ESPN commissioned artists from each NBA city to create billboards that lure him to play for their home team. See the Knicks one above, the Nets one below, and the rest HERE.
Look what the Contact High Project uncovered—Nas, 2Pac and Redman in the same photo?! Crazy.
Can’t wait for this. Shout out to my bros Andrew and Nick!
Congrats to my bros Andrew Goldberg and Nick Kroll—their new show Big Mouth hits Netflix September 29th. Can’t wait! Peep the teasers.
Whoever came up with this idea of using contact sheets to tell the stories behind legendary photo shoots deserves nuff props—hip-hop content at its finest.
Contact High Project