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Aminé's Yellow-Tinted, Tarantino Heavy "Caroline"

Portland is heating up with this one. Rapper Aminé (don't you dare forget the accent mark) released the visuals for “Caroline”, which is steadily approached half a million views. Rocking a Pulp Fiction tee with plenty of yellow surroundings, the high res video showcases a buzzing talent who shows no signs of going away any time soon. Eat a burger, put on some brightly colored shorts, and dance out of the...


Rikki Blu + Free P + Elevator = Flow River

If you're unfamiliar with the channell, an Elevator video can do no wrong. And neither can a song by Rikki Blu. So when the two linked up for the video for “Flow River”, it was a guaranteed match.

Produced by Free P, the video shows Rikki Blu vibing up on the top floor, reflective and euphoric. Explore the rooftop vibes with this one and be sure to check out Blu's EP,...

Showcasing Sin+ with AKONIxx

It's always refreshing when an artist produces and adds vocals to their own creations. Such is the case for Chicago talent AKONIxx, who recently released the video for “Sin+”. Acting as a single on both SoundCloud and YouTube, the video shows (minimal) electric animation and outdoor hype over thick bass and autobiographical lyricism. What more do you need? It makes sense that TDE gets shouted out here. Filmed by @...

Shade (2006): An Anthology of Poetry and Fiction

A poetry anthology to hold you afloat. Charles Darwin once said, "If I had my life to live over again, I would make it a rule to read some poetry, listen to some music, and see some painting or drawing at least once a week, for perhaps the part of my brain now atrophied would then have been kept alive through life. The loss of these tastes is a loss of happiness." Consider this anthology of poetry as something to keep you afloat.

Vito Aiuto's pieces were so strong...



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