Atmosphere: 'Mi Vida Local' album; 'Jerome' video; Tour Dates • Word Is Bond

Here are the visuals to Atmosphere’s ‘Jerome’ latest single, which is directed by Evidence and Stephen Vanasco. The album, Mi Vida Local is out now. Also, he brought some friends with him, so catch him on tour with deM atlaS, The Lioness, & DJ Keezy when they come to your town.

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Evidence releases visuals for 'The Factory'; Plus European Tour Dates • Word Is Bond

Check out the 6th video from the Weather or Not rapper – which includes a compilation of pictures depicting the city of Los Angeles from various time frames. Surprisingly it includes Evidence without his hat. I’m not sure if anyone has ever seen him without his hat – but this is my first! Track is produced by Twiz the Beat Pro.

 “This is my real hair before I cut it. Hope you enjoy!” – Evidence

Evidence will be on tour this fall in Europe, and tickets are already on sale now, which you can purchase here. Check out the full tour schedule below. 

 

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Evidence – “The Factory” Prod. By Twiz The Beat Pro (Video) – UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

Legendary L.A. rapper/producer Evidence drops a new music video for his latest single, “The Factory”, produced by Twiz the Beat Pro.  Song featured on Ev’s latest album “Weather or Not”.


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Evidence – “Bad Publicity” Ft. Krondon (Video) – UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

Evidence releases a new video, “Bad Publicity”, featuring Strong Arm Steady’s Krondon, the fifth official music video from his critically acclaimed “Weather or Not album, released earlier this year.  The Nottz produced track features cuts by DJ Revolution.


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(O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 3.14.16

New Jack City Is Turning 25. New Revelations From Its Writer Will Blow Your Mind.
Barry Michael Cooper on who was originally cast to play Pookie, the origins of the Nino Brown character, and more. By Jake Paine
[AFH]

The Five Heartbeats Turns 25!
Director Robert Townsend, writer Keenan Ivory Wayans and actor Leon Robinson on the making of the enduring film. By Crystal Shaw King
[Ebony]

How Dilated Peoples Rapper Evidence Inspired Locol’s Breakfast Menu.
Ev speaks on his involvement in Chef Roy Choi’s Watts restaurant, from his photography hanging on the walls to inspiring the Egg in a Hole (with help from The Alchemist). By Justin Bolois
[First We Feast]

Kanye West’s Life Story (In Lyrics).
Hundreds of songs. One autobiography. By Brendan Frederick
[Genius]

Talkin’ ‘Bout Houston: Bun B and ESG Remember the Year the City Broke Out.
“We had seen Death Row come to prominence, the 2Pac ascendance, we saw Bad Boy and all of that, and this was just the era where Houston kind of figured out how to make shit work. The music actually reflected not just the lifestyle of the city in general, but specific neighborhoods in the city.” By Matt Sonzala
[Complex]

Gene Brown Is the Guy Who Finds the Rare Samples for All Your Favorite Hip-Hop Songs.
Questlove, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, Just Blaze, and DJ Premier are just some of the legendary names who have turned to Brown for sampling fodder. By Reed Jackson
[Noisey]

I am a buffer. AMA.
A dude who cleans up graffiti answers all your questions.
[12 Oz. Prophet via Reddit]

“Fight the Power” Roars Back to Relevance at the Oscars.
Public Enemy anthem featured on Academy Awards telecast. By Jon Caramanica
[New York Times]

The Bronx’s Hip-Hop Boulevard Connects the Borough’s Past to Its Future.
Kool Herc and family comment on 1520 Sedgwick Avenue getting recognition from NY state. By Jackson Connor
[Village Voice]

Jazz Legend Archie Shepp Reflects On John Coltrane’s Quest For Musical Freedom.
“He wasn’t the kind of guy who acted like a guru. He was almost embarrassingly humble.” By Ryan Bray
[CoS]

Originally from egotripland.com: (O)ther (P)eople’s (P)osts, 3.14.16