Action and Meyhem hit the park in Queens to experience the local Colombian food scene.
Favorite episode of Sneaker Shopping thus far.
Wax Poetics is behind this new oral and pictorial history of the Latin Quarter, which was one of the original hip-hop nightclubs in New York City back in the ’80s. The book features over 175 color photographs and flyers, and interviews with hip-hop legends Special K and Teddy Tedd, KRS-One, MC Shan, Eric B., DJ Kool Red Alert, Fab 5 Freddy, Just-Ice, Positive K, DJ Clark Kent, Kid, Dana Dane, TR Love, MC Serch, Chuck D, Grand Puba, Sadat X, Pete Nice, Prince Paul, Kurtis Blow, Mike Gee, Daddy-O, Wise, Ced Gee, Big Daddy Kane, Queen Latifah, Kool G Rap, and many more.
My boy Ev Boogie teamed up with DJ Stretch Armstrong to create a collection of classic NYC nightlife flyers (hip-hop and otherwise) spanning from the late ’80s to late ’90s. I’ve been hearing about this book since its inception, and proud to see the cover finally hit the web. Pre-order HERE, it’s due out in early December.
Shouts to my guy Phillip Mlynar for putting together this piece on one of my favorite places ever….
Here’s the trailer for Action Bronson’s new Viceland version of Fuck, That’s Delicious. Looks amazing, I can’t wait. Dude really has his own cable TV show now, so cool.
Action Bronson is back with a special edition of Fuck, That’s Delicious, featuring an old high school friend of his who is in the truffle business. The two pals slide through three different NYC restaurants to sell truffles to the head chefs, who then turn around and prepare them three truffle-laced meals. Bon appetit.