TMG Track Picks Weekly

Design by Sam Grant This week, golden lives stay live. Royce da 5' 9" just dropped a video for "Cocaine" off of his last effort, Book of Ryan (2018). Black Thought gives an intensive clinic about cutting through the murk. Ruby Ibarra's "Taking Names" featuring Bambu and Nump is hype as fuck. Ka's video for "Just" off of Honor Killed The Samurai (2016) is a short film. Reason's "Colored Dreams" is about a convicted killer's redemption. He's running with TDE and

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Swamburger’s “Human Auction”

When I went back home I got up with Orlando, Florida's hometown hero, rapper, producer, and artist Swamburger of Solillaquists of Sound. I got two prints of his "Human Auction" painting, one of which he signed. The number 46 in the painting is a loose reference to the June 12, 2016, Pulse night club shooting. 49 people were shot and killed. This is hanging over my desk. I just posted The Giver Series II, its part of an going conversation

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The Giver Series II

Photo courtesy of the artist Swamburger has been independently releasing music for the past 15 years. With a hustler's spirit, Swam is a world onto himself. He’s many things; painter, skateboarder, band leader, entrepreneur, producer, rapper is just near the top of the list. As one forth of the group Solillaquists Of Sound, Swam has garnered a global cult following. Most fans know him as the guy who’s always walking amongst the crowd talking out of the box and hugging fans

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TMG Track Picks Weekly

Peep Hakuna Kulala crew and Nyege Nyege Tapes. Them dudes is wild for the night. There's a lot of colossal experimental electronic textures weaving out of East Africa. Rapper Ill Camille is spitting like the industry owe her money. Producer Blockhead's single, "Slippery Slope" off of his latest album "Free Sweatpants" features Billy Woods, Open Mike Eagle, and Breezly Brewin of The Juggaknots. Brewin is an insanely underrated rapper that has yet to get his much deserved flowers. His younger

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“But its a picture of…”

Japanese artist Tadashi Moriyama sent this print to me in Japan from California last November. He doesn't usually sell prints of his work, but he was kind enough to have his gallery ship his original painting, “Zettabyte” to his home just to replicate it for me. For all I know I may be the only person that even has a print of his work. "Zettabyte" arrived carefully rolled and bubble wrapped. Christmas came a month early. Santa the Japanese delivery man

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