Last night Jay-Z held the first of his 8 shows at the Nets Barclays Center in Brooklyn. In addition he featured a brand new acapella verse and had Legendary Brooklyn Rapper Big Daddy Kane as a special guest appearance.
Konrad Moszynski of Mucha DSGN doodle this video called a “Brooklyn Story” which tells the story of a graffiti artist making his mark in the borough. (more…)
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Subway Train Lines appeared on a building in Brooklyn designed a artist the by name of ESPO (aka Steve Powers) the projects is called Train to Always
New York photographer Bruce Davidson Photos of a Brooklyn street gang the Jokers in 1959 .
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The sequel to her 2008 debut mixtape, up-and-coming femcee Nina B has stepped into the Booth with her latest street album, “The Bo$$tress 2 (B*tch I’m Back)”which features 14 original cuts from the Bronx-born, Brooklyn-raised spitter. Included on the project are reader-approved leaks “Picture This” and “Sky So Gray.”
Joining Nina B. on the guest tip throughout Bo$$tress 2 are Skyzoo, Torae and CurT@!n$. Beats courtesy of Nascent & QB, 6th Sense, Optiks and more!
Artist John Garcia, who was commissioned to design this mural of rapper Biggie Smalls on S. Portland Street in Fort Greene, says he was never credited for his work.
“It’s frustrating, because I literally laid out everything on the wall,” said Garcia, who is upset that his name is absent from most of the company’s material on the mural. “They didn’t mention me and they said in the future in they
Habana Outpost owner Sean Meenan said he was only trying to “unite” the neighborhood when he took a famous photo of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara and had it repainted with the image of rapper Notorious B.I.G., complete with the restaurant’s “H” logo in place of the red star on the guerilla’s cap.
The mural, located on Meenan’s builing at S. Portland and Fulton streets, includes one of Biggie Smalls’s lyrics, “Spread love/It’s the Brooklyn way” — but it has has been anything but unifying.
ICY Signs at 200 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn for your chance to bring home a masterpiece on the cheap. “All ICY and not pricey.”
The NYPD is investigating attack on a subway train in which three men beat up one rider, and it was all caught on camera.
The incident happened earlier this month on a Brooklyn-bound L train, near the Myrtle Wyckoff It was uploaded to World Star Hip Hop
CrimeStoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.