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Mosque of y.t.f.l.i.n.s.t.o.n.e (@ytflinstone) and his shenanigans. Lender and leader of www.loanerlife.com

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azblk:

January 13th, 2013

orange hue in the east
the sun dims where it begins
spiral life

> peace to the king and my brother @aziaticblack for the photo

-y.t.f.l.i.n.s.t.o.n.e

▲Count It All Joy▲: i'm doing all this 

horuscoded:

for clothes that fit

delicious healthy food for my daughter every night

shoes for my little brother

a way to send my sisters off on vacation without a single dollar coming out of their pockets and their every need met

to make my parents proud

to show my dad that his dreams of being a great…

(via i-am-b-east)

D Prosper @DPROS X Lady Of My Dreams X Audio/Video

"Better to love someone you could never be with, than be with someone you could never love."

Wish we could get a remastered version of this project soon

-y.t.f.l.i.n.s.t.o.n.e

K.M.D  X Black Sambo Logo X Self Drawn

"say no to Sambo"

-y.t.f.l.i.n.s.t.o.n.e

cafeconpanna:

The Dapper Rebels of Los Angeles, 1966

In the summer of 1965, riots broke out in the Watts neighborhood of southern Los Angeles. Over a six-day period, 34 people were killed, 1,032 injured and over 3,438 arrests were made. In 1966, LIFE magazine revisited the site of the worst riots America had ever seen in its history. The photo essay depicting the region’s ‘fearsome street gangs’ however, turned out more like a fashion shoot for dapper style…

This article is such an interesting look at the history of black fashion, quintessential “Los Angeles” style, and how we perceive early gang culture. I’m fascinated with the pride of dress shown by the “dapper rebels” and the dignity presented in their portraits and photos.

Read more.

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horuscoded:

b.east|She Just Wants Peace

New track!

Enjoy!

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joshfarria:

Performing live this upcoming Tuesday Jan 15, 2013, Duckwrth! If your in the Bay Area come out and kick it with us over at the New Parish, Oakland! Opening for Shabazz Palaces, with some fan favorites from DuckTape, as well as some new material..This is Duckwrth’s first show of 2013, so don’t sleep!

S/O to Brianna and the rest of the family over at Ankh Marketing.

To purchase tickets, click here

(via youthfulkinfolk)

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Rakim - Bring It On (Circa 1995) produced by Dominic Owens 

 Within today’s rap world of little or any intellectual cadence, it’s rare that I find a track that makes me want to say “Wait, rewind that back.” That phrase alone could mean two things, the song was just so ill that I put it on repeat as a soundtrack to fit the moment or the artist’s lyrics genuinely floored me and or flew over my head first time around. One artist with such a talent is “The God MC,” Rakim. Today, producer Dominic Owens let loose an unreleased and original gem he recorded with Rakim Allah back in April of 95’ at High Class Studios in Brooklyn. This could start your new year on a high note for nostalgic hip hop heads.

Props to: Egotripland

-y.t.f.l.i.n.s.t.o.n.e

azblk:

January 8th, 2013

seeds become
lucid dreams of the soil
almost free

Taken by @Aziaticblack, portrait of @ASKtrikky 

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