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#R365 is for music lovers, independent artists, and music industry professionals that hope to find the lyric that changes everything.

Welcome to the Core of the Underground.

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"…So when you’re sane in an insane society the only way you can go is insane. Cause you not gon make what’s insane sane. So what do you do? You break away from the insanity and create a sane nation."
-Booker T. Coleman http://youtu.be/Vs6sPmbKndM

"…So when you’re sane in an insane society the only way you can go is insane. Cause you not gon make what’s insane sane. So what do you do? You break away from the insanity and create a sane nation."

-Booker T. Coleman http://youtu.be/Vs6sPmbKndM

xpayne:

Electric Relaxation.

xpayne:

Electric Relaxation.

xpayne:

Culture Vulture

xpayne:

Culture Vulture

atribecalledguest:

"Step to the rear, Grand Pu’s on arrival!"

atribecalledguest:

"Step to the rear, Grand Pu’s on arrival!"

street5truck:

FUCT THE LAWFollow instagram @liftedvisi0ns

street5truck:

FUCT THE LAW

Follow instagram @liftedvisi0ns

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Abandoned subway covered in graffiti in Rochester, New York
Source: Chris Luckhardt (flickr)

destroyed-and-abandoned:

Abandoned subway covered in graffiti in Rochester, New York

Source: Chris Luckhardt (flickr)

real-hiphophead:

RIP Doughboy, Boyz N The Hood

legalize—murder:

new instrumental vibes

WRITE TO THIS.

Hamilton Harris, Loki and Justin Pierce’s sections from the Zoo York Mixtape (1997)

Today I saw "Kids" for the first time. Fucked up my plans/schedule, but goddamn it was worth it. Check out this article on Vice about a documentary to be released by one of the "Kids" actors about the 1995 cult-classic film. This video also re-lit the fire to an idea I’ve been sitting on for over a decade…

If you’ve never seen the movie please watch before you read the article.

Rest In Peace to Harold Hunter

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