At 13 years old, photographer Julian "Kid Nuñez", has a lot more on his plate than most of his peers. He regularly goes to car shows, taking photos for lowrider magazines across the nation. All while starting 8th grade. DeBug followed him as he was getting ready for his first solo exhibition at Cukui.
Things We Do For Money is a photo series created to show the complexity of how we use money in all aspects of life, including the accepted and unaccepted. This photo series was a collaboration between Andrew Bigs and Baylingual.
Nov 8th at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, I attended my first 'Smokers Club Tour'. A tour that has been around for the past 5 years, where legendary hip hop artists collaborated with the 'New School' artists blending wavy performances that's a must see for any fan of hip hop.
SV De-Bug got into the holiday spirit, by obtaining an exclusive interview with Oakland MC (who also considers San Jose
home) about his spooky music video "Maniac." which touches on Stalking, Sexual Harassment & Abuse.
San Jose artist Cola has been working hard on his album "NoSuchThing" for a little under a year, with music produced by Merc, Bhatoa, Vino, and Jerome Lindner. Along side wavy visuals by Zeroscope, this project has finally dropped today.
San Jose artist Cola has been working hard on his album "NoSuchThing" for a little under a year, and this video is an introduction to what is about to drop on Oct. 21st, 2014. With music produced by Merc, and visuals by Zeroscope, this wavy video will leave you asking for more.
Luther Avenue is a small street in the cuts of West San Jose. It's a unique place where impoverished families and middle class homes sat side by side. It's a place where I spent my childhood acting like the big dog. Baylingual aka Ookie Robinson takes you on a photographic journey through his block, Luther Block.
This week in Hip Hop was good because so many artist are dropping so many different styles of Hip Hop music from different cities all over the Northern California. From Aftah Sum and his Hood Anthems, to A1 and his Abstract/Thought Provoking/Electro music, to the RnB styles of Maeli and Taj Withers. So kick back and have yourself a seat, dim the lights and enjoy this weeks playlist.
On Feb. 25th 2014 Open University and BassLife threw another TrapShop show, held every last Tuesday of the month. Hip Hop artists from all over the Bay Area came out to perform. Here is slide show of the night.
February has been a good month for California Hip Hop. Berkeley natives Hip Hop group BottomNotch dropped an album, and Roseville Natives PraDuh & BP drop a single for their new album dropping Feb 21st. We also have artists from around the Bay to Vegas who dropped new music, check it out.