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Midweek music

These should get you to the end of hump day

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

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Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

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Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Freddie Gray case

Justice system produces familiar results

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

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Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Rihanna stole the show at Prince’s tribute

Everything else about it got dragged

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Daily Dose: 5/23/16

Draymond Green involved in low blow

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

No Flex Zone

Unless you’re having fun at the YMCA

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Turn your canvas

to figure out what’s going on with these carpets

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Wild Style

Except not really, it just sort of looks like the movie

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Wall bangers

More people should do this

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Gary Rogers

is the most talented person on YouTube

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Daniel Espinoza

managed to show up after a long night

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Los Angeles highways

are apparently littered with skaters trying the #FreewayChallenge

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Nas’ latest movie

is a tale of Cleveland skaters trying to make it

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Christian McCaffrey

feels sting of stereotypes as white football player

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Our History

Mob violence

changed the course of Memphis’ history

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

NBA

Figure it out, Kyle

the game and series aren’t over

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

You know you’re getting older when …

you realize Fresh Prince’s final episode was 20 years ago

The Undefeated

3:33 PM

Accept it. You’re old. Twenty years ago today, Hillary and Ashley were moving to New York. Carlton was moving east as well to start school at his father’s alma mater, Princeton. Uncle Phil, Aunt Viv and Nicky headed east to be closer to the rest of the family. Geoffrey, everyone’s favorite butler, gladly accepted his one-way ticket back to London.

But Will was still unsure what direction his life was headed in.

If anyone’s been living under a rock the past quarter century and doesn’t recognize the names, Friday marked the 20-year anniversary of the series finale of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Debates have raged for years about the two Aunt Vivs, the best episode or funniest character, but it’s impossible to deny the show’s legacy and staying power.

For what it’s worth, too, Will figured out life pretty quickly after everyone moved out. Less than two months later, he stumbled upon an acting gig in some movie called Independence Day. Sources say it performed marginally decent at the box office.

Michael Brown

your life changed the game

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

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Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

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Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Prince

Magic Johnson

told an incredible Prince story on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

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Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Daily Dose: 5/20/16

Serena isn’t stopping any time soon

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Barry Bonds

is not here for teenagers rapping the N-word

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

RGIII claps back

with tweets that say he still doesn’t care

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Ezra Edelman

to discuss O.J.: Made in America 30 for 30 film

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Lil Yachty is living his best life

as a model for a new fashion line collaboration

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Draymond Green

has a new Beats ad and it’s all Oakland

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.

Daily Dose: 5/19/16

Cam Newton is riding custom clean

4:56 PMEvery once and a while, I’ll drop in with some music suggestions to get you through the afternoon. Nothing crazy or over the top, just a few tracks as a pick-me-up in the afternoon. Today, we’re a little mellowed out on a couple fronts. This won’t necessarily be a weekly feature, but it might just end up being that way. In the meantime, enjoy. This is what I’ve been rocking today.

First up is the latest from Curren$y Spitta. The New Orleans don has been dropping projects left and right, not dissimilar to his run eight years ago when he put out a tape a month, just because. He’s got five out so far in 2016: The Owners Manual, The Carrollton Heist, Weed & Instrumentals, Revolver (with Sledgren) and Bourbon Street Secrets. Frankly, we’ll take a mixtape a month with five to seven tracks over waiting two years for a 20-song album anytime. Far more digestible and exciting from a fan standpoint.

Now, he’s got The Legend of Harvard Blue project dropping soon and his latest track is called “Supply and Demand,” produced by YoungStarr. It’s another smoked-out banger with a just ominous enough beat to make you want to make sure it plays in the ride after the sun goes down.

Secondly is Joyce Wrice, the 24-year-old Californian songstress who started off singing YouTube covers. Her latest extended play is perfect for riding to the beach, which makes sense, considering she’s from San Diego. It’s called “Stay Around” and features production from everyone listed above.

View this post on Instagram

Listen and buy at clammyclams.com ! #32Levels

A post shared by CLAMS CASINO (@instaclam) on

Last is the homey Clams Casino who is one of the best in the game when it comes to instrumental hip-hop. His latest “Blast” delves into his dreamy, atmospheric zone, which works well with the long holiday weekend coming up. The new album 32 Levels is set to drop on July 15. The man they call “clammyclams” has done it again.