Author Dawes and photographer Andre Lambertson traveled to the earthquake-ravaged country last year to do a special kind of crisis reporting.
Queens rapper expounds on the state of hip-hop, his creative process, YouTube rap battling, and some of his own influences from Kool G Rap to Eugene McDaniels.
It reads like a musical travelogue—recollections of classic songs and vivid personalities weaved throughout an incredible narrative. You just can't put it down.
In his recently dropped "Monster" video, Yeezy gets especially dark with the visuals. Yet this can't be the video's final version. Can it? It looks rather incomplete.
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe and blessed holiday season. 2011 is right around the corner. Let's go!
Arkitip have culled some of Beckman's B&W photos, published them on 22 x 11" broadsheet newsprint, and packaged them in re-sealable bag. Only 1,000 available.
Considered to be the most prolific and persistent graphic agitator in the American Black Power movements, this former Panther is responsible for some of the best revolutionary art ever made.