Tag Archive: hip hop

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I’m Going to Post 5 More Raps

Mon 11.27.17

Did you check out those raps I posted last time? Good stuff, huh? I thought so. In fact it was so good I just had to post more raps.

1) Rings


Used to draw. Hard to admit that I used to draw. Portraiture and the human form. Doodle of a two-headed unicorn.

2) Make You Feel That Way


Going in your 3rd eye for the styles you hear. Making music that’ll bump for a thousand years

3) 95 Radios


And the homies say they heard a rap song. Sounded like some folks they know. But we couldn’t find a radio.

4) Straight Out the Gate


Black diamonds all around callin’ all the down definites. Who saw the clown and now steppin’ with that tall amount of big tech and shit

5) Sunshine


The sunlight hit me dead in the eye. Like it’s mad that I gave half the day to last night.

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Mike’s Rainy Day Mix

Mon 10.23.17

a drawing of mike myers

The time for spookiness grows ever near! Are you prepared to face starved vampires, undead killers, and totally naked skeletons? Wait, you’re not? How are you not ready for Halloween yet? Well, don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Mike and I have put together the most violentest, frighteningest, murdery mix tape this side of heck.

Stream the mixtape below or click Michael’s musky mask to download the mp3.

Warning, not safe for work, children, or pets. Uncensored, violent, and kinda goofy.

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Jason’s Mix Tape

Tue 10.10.17

It’s that magical time of the year! A cool, crisp breeze lingers in the air, dry leaves crunch under foot, and there’s skeletons as far as the eye can see. In honor of this ghoul-filled season, I have curated the finest mix of acid rap, horrorcore, and generally weird hip-hop. If you’re in the mood to feel existential dread, pop on the mix tape below or click on Jason’s meaty mug to download the mp3.

Warning, not safe for work or children probably. Uncensored, violent, and kinda goofy.

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A Little Bit of That DTS

Thu 02.23.17

Adorning the walls in my home office are framed posters of some of my favorite rappers and groups; tour posters from Atmosphere, Brother Ali’s promotional materials, illustrations from Aesop Rock’s Impossible Kid, the now-classic Run the Jewels gun and fist motif, or an ad from Tech N9ne’s Absolute Power days. I have more Doomtree posters than I have space on my wall, whether it be the collective itself or solo acts like P.O.S or Sims. But, there’s one group I haven’t been able to find any merchandise for and it’s a group I love ever so dearly: The Seattle/Chicago collaboration of Onry Ozzborn and Zavala, Dark Time Sunshine. Turns out I had an extra frame laying around and some spare time, so I set out to fix this poster-sized hole in my heart:

Dark Time Sunshine poste

This was a fun experiment into layer masking in Illustrator and transforming simple, geometric shapes in an entire scene. I’ve never really made anything of this scope before and I had a blast doing it. If you’re at all interested in seeing some of the process, I’ve outlined this in another post.

If you like drawings of rappers, I’ve got you covered.