This is the Next, Bangers all day. Isaiah Rashad.

Give my buddy alepoque a look/follow if your looking for some posts about quality music/bangers.

Isaiah Rashad- “Soliloquy”

MADLIB the one and only.  

This show is going to be great, Can not wait to go with alepoque next month. 

The Roots, Charlie Brown style.
Art work via. @Okayplayer

Quasimoto “Catchin the Vibe”

Quality Banger.

BINKBEATS Beats Unraveled #2: Getting There by Flying Lotus (by BINKBEATSmusic)

BANGER! and incredible rendition of Getting There by Flying Lotus. Live hip hop / electronic is the best. 

A simply superb short film, simple and precise wonderfully put together. Flying Lotus tracks mold the shots in to a master piece. Proper Work. 

A short film by Kahlil Joseph featuring music from the Flying Lotus album.

Directed By – Kahlil Joseph

Cinematography by – Matthew J. Lloyd

Produced By – Omid Fatemi

Underwater Cameraman / 1st AC – David Edsall

Edited by – Luke Lynch

Steadicam by – Dana Morris

VFX by – Josh Foster @ Synapse FX

Additional FX work by - Andy Curtis

Color by – Sean Coleman @ Company3

Titles by – Stephen Serrato

Styling by – Elizabeth Birkett-Gibbs

Music by – Flying Lotus

Production/Camera Assistant – Marcus Reposar 

Location Manager – Big Flip

Featuring – Solomon Gibbs,

Storyboard P, Ishmael Gibbs and Edwin MarcelinSpecial

Thanks to – Laura Tunstall, Chris Gibbs, Alan Algee, Rodney Passe, Patrick O’Brien-Smith, Panavision and the community of Nickerson GardensFilmed on 35mm in Los Angeles, CA

Mos Def aka Yasiin Bey - L’Elephant Effervescent (March 14, 2012) (by billtyreerules)

Must listen. Can not wait for his new album and for the new BlackStar album. Straight BANGARS!

Legendary Hip Hop documentary.  Will see the night it premiers. wow speechless, inspirational. 

A short word that Okayplayer had to say about it:

Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap is a new documentary that takes viewers inside the heart and soul of hip-hop – the growth, the music, the culture and most importantly the people. Fresh off its premiere at the Sundance film festival (where it was praised as a must-see) the film takes a truly honest approach to exploring the journey of the music, once dismissed as street music, right up to the world-conquering present, wherein rap has rightfully taken its place as legitimate genre (with sub-genres, even) and a cultural force to be reckoned with. Narrated and directed by original gangster Ice-T, who takes a personal approach to highlighting the high and lows via interviews with the likes of YasiinSnoopKanyeEm, Nas and a whole grip of other legendary MCs. Looks like this just might be one of the better documentaries on the subject we’re ever likely to get, so do check it out (above).

The Roots feat. Mos Def - Double Trouble

Climax. By Diplo & Usher. 

This mix needs to happen more often. 

Via: Hypebeast.

” While the crooner refers to the tune as a “strip club classic,” Diplo calls it “some next level electrosoul” and stated the he’s “pretty sure in 9 months there is gonna be a lot of new babies that this song is responsible for.” Understatement? You be the judge.”