Donald Trump Endorses Hillary Clinton In New Political Spot

Published on Oct 26, 2016

In November of 2008, Donald Trump was interviewed on a local NYC news station gushing about Hillary and Bill Clinton. Considering how personal the Republican nominee’s attacks have been on both Clintons in the in the ramp-up to the election, the segment from NY1 is extreemly ironic. It’s also perfect fodder for a Hillary Clinton ad, like the one we just cut for the good of the republic.

Sunni, Pocket, and Kuzya vs Super Crew | #SilverbackOpen 2016 3on3 Final | YAK x UDEF x Silverback

Published on Oct 22, 2016

Sunni, Pocket, and Kuzya vs Super Crew

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Judges for the 1-on-1 Open, 3-on-3 Open, and 1-on-1 Bgirl Battles: Swift Rock – Battle Squad (Germany) Twixx – Massive Monkees (United States) Dyzee – Supernaturalz (Canada) Physix – Rivers (Korea) Moy – Havikoro, Monster Bboys (United States) Ronnie Ruen – Style Elements, Killafornia (United States) Renegade – Soul Mavericks (U.K.) Fever One – Rock Steady Crew (United States)[alternate] Wicket – Renegade Rockers (United States) [alternate] Reveal – Killafornia, Rock Force (San Diego, CA) [prelim] Wicked – Phase II (Chicago, IL) [prelim] Napalm – Beat Whakz (Philadelphia, PA) [prelim] Goku – Soul Control / Climax (Fresno, CA) [prelim] Mike the Cure – Knuckleheads Cali (Los Angeles, CA) [prelim]

CORNBREAD Lives

Published on Oct 26, 2016

Among graffiti writers and those influenced by graffiti culture, everyone knows of Darryl “CORNBREAD” McCray, the first person credited in modern history to write his name on the walls for hood fame. In his native Philadelphia, CORNBREAD was known for his repetitive nom de guerre all over the City of Brotherly Love in 1965, about six years before TAKI 183 was acknowledged by the New York Times for starting the writing epidemic in NYC. “New York had actually took graffiti culture about five levels higher than where Philadelphia was at,” says CORNBREAD about the pioneers who started painting subway cars.

In an exclusive interview with Mass Appeal, CORNBREAD, a now mild mannered 63-year-old who still lives in North Philly, came all the way to Manhattan to grab a can of Rusto, get up on a wall on the Lower East Side and give up a piece of history. Aging gracefully has only allowed CORNBREAD to continue to eloquently describe his adventures and what it’s like to be considered the planet’s very first writer. Watch the legend speak about his origins as a young writer in a Philadelphia juvenile detention center, giving autographs to judges while in court and intricate details of the infamous painted elephant story at the Philadelphia Zoo.

 

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Rhythm Roulette: araabMUZIK

Published on Oct 27, 2016

For this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal linked up with araabMUZIK.

If you start making music for the Diplomats before you’re supposed to graduate from high school, you better pray that you’re consistently at the top of your game. That’s what araabMUZIK has been doing and then some. The Rhode Island producer has made a name for himself, in more than one way. His live MPC sets are dizzying and his imagination behind the boards is still expanding. He also miraculously survived a gunshot to the head in an attempted robbery in Harlem earlier in February. But he pushed through and released his album Dream World in July and produced Joe Budden’s last album Rage & The Machine.

As you can assume, it was only a matter of time before we got araab for Rhythm Roulette. We hit up Moodies Records in the Bronx and ended up with CDs from Blue Magic, Diana Ross & The Supremes, and The Dramatics (he’s not messing with vinyl). Then back at the studio with his AKAI MPC,
araabMUZIK chops up samples and does what he does best. Layer after layer, he builds in his signature sound and producer drops for what could be the intro to the next Dipset album.

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