Check the banginest sounds that they invent. Episode #99 of The Radio Edit brings you a nice healthy mix of New York rap – current and classic. To mark the 99th episode we also pay homage to the year with a dozen gems from 1999.
Gaze into the rhymes that, basically, hypnotize you occasionally. Episode #98 of the Radio Edit is sprinkled with flavorful wordplay from the likes of Joey Badsa$$, Curren$y and dozens of other rappers that don’t have dollar sign name stylization. To mark the 98th episode, we hit you with a bunch of gold from 1998.
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We just did a little AFM site redesign, and this video was stock "filler" to set up the News page. Normally, you'd delete this when you go live, but I can't. This guy is the fuckin man. He's talking about corn and field booklets the same way I talk about the shit that interests me.
Shouts to THIS inspiring sumumabish.
Stemming from one of the greatest days of my life - Tio Theo makes his first appearance on an AFM tee. This is an exclusive one-off. Contact for ordering details.
Episode #97 is generously smothered with classic 90's rap and new material from the likes of Keith Murray, Roc Marci, Redman, Wu-Tang - and many more. We even tossed in a few morsels off the new 'Rare Chandeliers' mixtape by Alchemist and Action Bronson. Then of course, to mark it being episode #97, 'Spread The Butter Lyrics' wraps up with a handful of vintage 1997 hip-hop gems.
Brooklyn Radio's MixCloud: Episode #97
Located in the Bronx, Van Cortlandt Park - among many notable things - contains the largest colony of Black Squirrels on the entire East Coast. 1 in every 10,000 squirrels is of the 'black squirrel' variety. At A Fancy Mess, we love the black squirrel's rarity, as it reflects our own appreciation for exclusiveness. That, and the little known fact that these crazy critters smoke cigarettes when people aren't looking.
Six hundred and sixteen inches of canvas covered in losing New York lottery tickets.
Used as the ticket glue, the blue acrylic can be seen peeking throughout. Painted on quote from Dalai Lama XIV, "Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck." Letter dimension shines through with bright blue highlighter.