Reva DeVito: Show up for the people that are showing up for you. Strong mind, young grasshopper.
If you’re familiar with Reva DeVito’s music, you know she has a beautiful voice and a soulfulness beyond her years. She’s fresh off her first headline tour and collabing with producers like Kaytranada and Com Truise. We have a feeling she’s just getting started.
Check our interview and you’ll also find that soul extends to how she handles her business. She’ll teach you how to
Rapper Big Pooh drops by the studio to drop knowledge on us.
A lot of people thought his group, Little Brother, was going to be the next generation’s version of A Tribe Called Quest. Then they broke up.
Pooh talks about bouncing back and what he learned about making partnerships work. Hint: It’s about listening. He also talks about how he copes with stage fright, which could be a problem for a rapper.
He also tells us why he’s started managing other artists and how he’
Slimkid3 was a member of The Pharcyde back in the 90s, bringing us some of the most fun hip-hop at a time when most of the music coming out of New York and LA was so damn serious. Their hits like "Passin’ Me By” and “Runnin’” blew up worldwide, and then everything fell apart for the group.
Now Tre is in our studio telling us how he was able to start over and build a career that’s now into its third decade.
Today, he’s partners with DJ Nu-Mark in TRDMRK; he’s part of the
Bua blends hip hop, graffiti, and fine art in a way that’s completely unique. His painting, The DJ, is among the highest-selling posters of all time. I’m sure a lot of you have had it hanging in your bedrooms.
But Bua started out with everyone telling him he was no good. His teachers and friends urged him to give up painting. Good thing for us he didn’t listen.
He inched his way out of mediocrity, ignoring the critics at every step, working harder and harder to master his
Saber: How to go out and make the biggest impact
Saber is not the first to describe graffiti as an addiction. It’s way beyond a simple act of rebellion or self-expression. It's thrill of getting away with it, the positive reinforcement from friends and peers, and of course, the fumes that get so many youngsters hooked after their first hit.
In our interview — co-hosted by Eddie Donaldson from Guerilla One — Saber explains how his comrades in the Seventh Letter both fell
Welcome to the first episode in our ARTXWORK REBELS series, brought to you in partnership with Guerilla One, our go to source for information on graffiti and street art. Guerilla One is on hiatus online, so hit us up directly if you want more information. What a great artist to start with. Jim Evans had more impact on how musicians communicate visually with their fans than almost anyone on the planet. He sometimes paints under the name TAZ. His body of work runs deep, so deep
This week’s guest is Aaron Axelrod. In this episode you will find snippets of music from Suga Free, Bob Dylan, Flying Lotus, and Wu-Tang Clan. The EDM.com Track of the Week is Dr. Fresch – Walk That Talk ft. Thewz. There are two things you should know about Aaron Axelrod: First, he says 'fuck' a lot. Second, he’s made a career out of doing whatever the fuck he wants. Aaron makes art — painting, sculpture, multi-media, all that good shit. He’s done art for the Dash Radio studi