Every Friday I pick the best representation of each Hip-Hop Element-MC,DJ,BREAKING,GRAFFITI-from the past week.Knowledge is to some including me the 5th Element




Rah Digga-Stories From the Ambassador

Digga applies her always nasty flow to DOOM’s “Four Thieves Vinegar”

Rah Digga sais:

Fuck it I’ll save em!



DJ Shortkut-Watch the Sound (Ep. 6)

Whether a Beat Junkie or not this is still top notch DJ skill . Watch and learn .



Who Is Bboy Menno ? w/ Red Bull

Red Bull Music sais:

The Red Bull BC One All Stars are pleased to announce Dutch B-Boy Menno as the crew’s eleventh member. Menno completed 2014 on a high note, becoming the latest champion at the World Final in Paris, and started 2015 with inclusion into one of the most iconic B-Boy crews in the world.

Menno has won nearly every major B-Boy battle throughout his career, including IBE, UK B-Boy Championships, World BBoy Classic, Battle of the Year, Unbreakable and Chelles Battle Pro.

Learn more about the Red Bull BC One All Stars here: http://redbullbcone.com



SOFLES-Graffiti Mapped (Melbourne White Night 2015)

On Saturday the 21st of February, Sofles – Graffiti Mapped premiered at Melbourne’s largest cultural festival, White Night Melbourne. Attended by over 500,000 people and running from 7pm – 7am, the festival takes over Melbourne’s CBD for a one night only artistic extravaganza.

Many months in the making, Sofles – Graffiti Mapped is an innovative step forward for the world of graffiti and technology. Sofles – Graffiti Mapped explores the intrinsic connection between graffiti, street art and technology through a combination of 3D video mapping, traditional street art and graffiti techniques and motion design.

Over 5 stories high, Sofles’ inner city mural is his biggest work to date. Add to that Grant Osborne’s incredibly detailed motion design and a musical score by New Zealand music producer Opiuo, and you have a truly innovative work of art. Visible for one night only, but destined to leave an impression on the city’s skyline Sofles- Graffiti Mapped was one of the most exciting events of the entire White Night Melbourne festival.





This week I chose a new interview with the legendary DJ Jazzy Jay . Conducted by DJ Lean Rock for Red Bull BC One .

DJ Lean Rock : Do you remember the first jam you played at? What were the atmosphere and vibe of the jam?

DJ Jazzy Jay : We didn’t have much money to purchase the equipment back then, so we would salvage things from our neighborhood. One person would have a receiver, one person would have a speaker, one person would have an amp and another would have a turntable. We couldn’t even afford a mic, so we would usually plugged up our headphones in the mic jack to talk. It was real grassroots and completely amateur. The very first jam I played at was in either 1974 or 75, in Soundview at this spot called The Little Houses, which actually used to be Army barracks. So I just brought my equipment and set up there, because we could do that back then.



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Trends Of Culture had one LP , Trendz , and then were gone . That’s why tracks like this should be never forgotten .

Prince Paul's " Its Not the size of your Mix Its how you use it " Mix Tape Vol 2 (Obscure Series) by Prince Paul on Mixcloud

Paul sais:

THIS IS PART 2 of “Its not the size of your mix its how you use it” This is a collection of songs that I never get to hear outside of my iPod . I based this mix on songs I like to listen to ,not artist or popularity . This will probably be the start of a few Mixes I will make this year .. Im not a mix tape making type of dude but this was pretty fun to make .I hope you enjoy and PLEASE SHARE ! for more info please follow me on Facebook .. Blessings and Support your local rapper …
Ps . Thank for all of the support on part 1 !! .. Remember this is all for fun and the love of music !

Part 1

Prince Paul's " Its Not the size of your Mix Its how you use it " Mix Tape Vol 1 (Obscure Series) by Prince Paul on Mixcloud

Montana Colors sais:

The Danish crew Dua Boys has not wanted to loose their opportunity to participate in our Versus project. One piece made between Money and Spare is enough to show how their style looks when applied with Luxor Yellow from the Hardcore 2 series. All of this in a quite absorbing video.

El grupo danés Dua Boys tampoco ha querido perder la oportunidad de participar en el proyecto Versus. Una pieza realizada a medias entre Money y Spare es suficiente para enseñar como queda su estilo con el Amarillo Luxor de Hardcore 2. Todo ello en un vídeo de lo más absorvente.

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Complex sais:

Eminem, Paul Rosenberg, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent all reflect on how Shady Records became one of the most dominant labels of the 2000s

Bronson brought his brand of humor that we may be familiar with but Bomani and Dan didn’t realize.

Highly Questionable with Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones airs weekdays at 4:00 PM ET on ESPN2.

The UNSED member out of Moscow shows off some train action.



1.Dj EFN- Who’s Crazy? (ft Troy Ave, Scarface, Stalley)
2.Sonny Cheeba- Time
3.Prodigy- The Script (ft Blazin, Rap P)
4.Ghostface Killah & BADBADNOTGOOD- Mind Playin Tricks
5.Sadat X- Get Yours (ft Black Rob)
6.Malik B & Mr. Green- Dark Streets (ft Ra The Rugged Man, Amalie Bruun)
7.Curt Digga- Murder Swagg (ft Keith Murray)
8.Cannibal Ox- Opposite Of Desolate (FT Double A.B.)
9.The Mood Doctors- Refuse (ft Dj Evil Dee)
10.Action Bronson- Terry
11.Legalize- Fight (ft Onyx)
12.Dirty Diggs- Flash Gordon (ft Rozewood, Killa Kali, Planet Asia)
13.Nutso- Str8 Talk (ft Blacastan, Steele)
14.Sean Price- Anderson Silva (ft Havoc)
15.Bumpy Knuckles- Deep Fried Heat
16.Killah Priest- Color Of Ideas
17.Union Blak- Turf
18.Tame One & Young Zee- Pop The Trunk
19.Labba- DEM WE A CAPY
20.Fashawn- Confess
21.Agallah- B.A.M. (ft Tatoo)
22.Big Shug- Off Rip (ft Termanology, Singapore Kane)
23.DLP- Back In Style (ft Juxx Diamondz, Lil Dap, El Gant, Pace Won, Vvs Verbal)
24.John Robinson- Everywhere
25.Gza- The Mexican (ft Tom Morello)
26.Little Vic- Go So Far
27.John Robinson- We The Prolific
28.Professor P & Dj Akilles- For The City (ft Rah Digga)
29.Sean Price- Go Rambo (ft Illa Ghee, Head I.C.E.)
30.Sultan Mir- Lord Knows (ft Tone Liv, Lord Digga)
31.John Robinson- Rock On
32.Roc Marciano- Three, Sixty, Five, (Remix)

Sway sais:

This morning we had a legend in the building. Dame Dash. Formerly Jay-Z’s manager and business partner at Roc-a-Fella Records, heavy-hitter entrepreneur and fearless businessman.

Before joining us in-studio, Dame Dash told Sway “ask me anything you’re curious about.” Staying true to his statement, Dash gave a candid and uncensored interview, clarifying rumors, giving insight and even dropping gems.

At the 8:42 mark, Dash makes it clear about his feelings toward American actor, film producer, and director, Lee Daniels. Telling us that he “owes” Dash $2 Million. And also opens up about Kanye West (23:24), dropping him from his label years ago and why they should team up with his current endeavors.

What about his current relationship with Jay Z? At the 54:30 mark, he fills us in on where they stand.

Continuing to clarify the “beef” between Dash and Jim Jones (32:52 mark) — and even between him and Beanie Siegle (46:44) — he gives us some new insight and challenges us pursue “their” side of the story.

Moving forward, Dash does what seldom have ever done — call Sway out for wearing his hats! Watch below as he questions Sway’s motives, drops game and opens up about his family and friends (1:03:32 mark.)

Head over to PoppingtonGroup.com for more on Dame Dash’s current projects.

Kev sais:

I got to sit down with Action Bronson live at Yankees Spring Training in Tampa. We speak on a ton of subjects including his the direction of his new album Mr. Wonderful, working with Mark Ronson on the “Uptown Funk” remix, taking his “Fuck That’s Delicious” food show to cable TV potentially, announcing the release of Blue Chips 7 w/ Party Supplies, doing a whole project with Alchemist, how he feels about his buddy Riff Raff training with Hulk Hogan to be a wrestler, and tons more!

GZA tore it down , and you know Tom is a master of the axe . Joined in the end by Crazy Legs RSC and ABgirl , this was a dope performance.