176 plays

hoodniggashit:

blacklaidback:

Drink More Water

My shittttttt!!!
2,426 plays

honeychiiiild:

s o b e r x childish gambino aka BEST SONG I’VE HEARD ALL DIZZAY!

1,515 plays

kamariesson:

"So tell me baby can I hit that one tiiiiime"

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brianashanee:

Original beat by Briana Shaneé

Can’t worry bout what a nigga think, now see that’s liberation and baby I want it

5,135 plays

nigga-are-you-even-kawaii:

fortebowie:

Milkshake (Remix) Ft. Pusha T & Pharrell

HONESTLY I CANT BELIEVE THIS 

328,525 plays

oohnando:

alimivale:

This is legit one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever heard. Just listen to it, folks

I Wonder - Kanye

amazing

(Source: fckyeahundergroundhiphop)

1,453 plays

(Source: iwanttowinyouback)

35,864 plays

brntsienna:

Easy Easy (Willow Smith Cover) // King Krule

(Source: vogueltalia)


trinamonica:

I gotta bring @dojacat to Seattle. 

18,317 plays

567 plays

passingmeby:

MoRuf | Homie.Lover.Friend (Ft. Jesse Boykins III).

42,569 plays

xanmanvash:

gang0fwolves:

SHE GOT THE PORN STAR BIG BEWTY

LEMME FILM IT DEN SHOOT IT

3D MONEY NO ILLUSION

PENDANT IF IM FEELIN BOUGIE

(Source: oldlean)


micdotcom:

Think you know “Black music?” This festival will make you guess again 

At first glance, the term “Afro-punk”” may seem like an oxymoron, a historical inaccuracy. The most famous bands in punk history, from the Ramones to the Sex Pistols to Black Flag, were made up of a particular subset of white culture, driven by adolescent angst, strangely passionate dispassion and musically enacted violence.

But if you head over to the Afropunk Festival this weekend in New York City, you’ll find that the term makes perfect sense.


therincrowd:

uncoveredbutterfly:

Jazmine Sullivan Stupid Girls 

Man Jaz always bring it on these tracks and I can’t wait to hear Reality Show album in full!

i need more of this. more. more Jaz. More.