Thursday, February 19, 2009
SOLEFOOD NYC INVITES YOU TO LADIES NIGHT. THIS MONTH, STARTING AT 6'0CLOCK, WE HAVE LONDON'S OWN QUSTOM QUEEN RELEASING HER COLLECTION OF HEAT SENSITIVE HANDBAGS AND HEELS, MIKA DEHARLEM WILL BE PERFORMING AT 8PM, YOURS TRULY WILL BE REPRESENTING WITH SOME LOVELY APPAREL, AND ERICA- THE CUPCAKE LADY- WILL BE PAINTING LIVE AS WELL. PLUS MORE. THIS LADIES ONLY EVENT WILL END AT 10 PM, HAVE NO COVER, AND AS ALWAYS REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED. SO COME ON DOWN AND SUPPORT ON FEBRUARY 26TH. SEE YOU THERE. RSVP TO INFO@SOLEFOODNYC.COM THANKS
update: Solefood is LETTING YOU KNOW THAT LADIES NIGHT IS NOW SPONSORED BY HORNITOS TEQUILA THIS MONTH, SO COME ON DOWN LADIES FOR SOME TEQUILA COCKTAILS.
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Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Author: knobbz // Category: From The Underground, Hip-Hop
Termanology had a little listening party for his album Politics as Usual at a trendy sneaker shop called Sole Food last night. I honestly couldn’t hear the album very well because the acoustics were so bad, but I did mingle with some of New York’s finest underground rappers.
Term was just as cool as he was when I hollered at him. He told me that he had a crazy party at his house last night and I asked him if he wanted to come play beer pong at my dorm after the listening party. He respectfully declined.
As more people showed up, I noticed Torae who had good news: his upcoming album with Marco Polo, Double Barrel, is finished. Other than that, Tor mostly kept to himself and flipped through a XXL. Donny Goines on the other hand was just like he appears in all of his videos: very forthcoming and talkative. Both dudes showed ML love.
Next, I talked to Statik Selektah who seemed to be having a great time. He also showed ML love and asked if I’d seen his new video. He had played some stuff off his album earlier including a dope Jadakiss track and a funny skit with The Madd Rapper. Before I left, I hit up Lil Fame who had the shiniest teeth I’d seen all night. You would never guess from talking to him that he’s such a good producer. I usually think of producers as wise men who flip through obscure records all day, but Lil Fame had no seriousness about him at all, just a regular guy.
If you were looking to hear more about the album, check Aaron’s account of Term’s earlier listening party.