Salute to our partner in Rhyme, PARTY BOY @DJ_View! Not only has he released the latest installment of our #SNAPBACKTRAX series! But he also leveled up by turning heads and shocking the world. Party Boy DJ’s huh? I see you, bro! #Salute
Word to the @BoptimusPrime drop! #Classic
RT!! RT!! RT!!! —– From @DJMrRogers——– RT!! RT!! RT!!!
Mixtape cover designed by JCiCreatives cc: @MrCollinZZ
The one and only Party Boy DJ View is back at it again. Dropping his highly anticipated third MixTape in the SnapBack Trax series: #SBTIII. If you followed the Snapback Trax series closely, you’ve seen that with each release, DJ View incorporates more and more local artists. This release is no different. DJ View took this opportunity to spotlight some of Oklahoma’s dopest local talent in the hip-hop game; Dex, Zone, and Josh Sallee to name a few while lacing you with drops from some of your favorite mainstream artists; Dom Kennedy, Kendrick Lamar, Curren$y and many many more. Party Boy DJ View worked effortlessly to lace you with nothing short of perfection. So grab your Ray-Bans, roll the windows down, and enjoy The View. This mixtape will not disappoint. Follow @DJ_View on Twitter and keep up with his latest projects at www.TheDJView.com
Download it now! Click the link —-> http://www.mediafire.com/?gbeqqm1efj7v9w5
1. Geek Squad (Remix)- Beetyman
2. My Type Of Party- Dom Kennedy
3. Lust Demons- Ab-Soul feat. Jay Rock & BJ The Chicago Kid
4. No Squares- Curren$y feat. Wiz Khalifa
5. Hands On The Wheel- Schoolboy Q feat. A$AP Rocky
6. The Recipe- Kendrick Lamar feat. Dr. Dre
7. Out Here- Chip Tha Ripper
8. Ignorant- Mac Miller feat. Camron
9. Big Spender- Theophilus London feat. A$AP
10. Doughboy- Jabee feat. Chris McCain
11. Let It Show- Tyga feat. J. Cole
12. We Ain’t Them- Childish Gambino
13. Grind- Doughbeezy
14. Legend- Polyester The Saint
15. Smile- 220Music
16. The Rebound- aDDLib
17. Hood Stories Vol. 1- BJ The Chicago Kid
18. SBTIII Intermission- Boptimus Prime
19. Amen- Meek Mill feat. Drake & Jeremih
20. Mr. President- Macho Means
21. Everybody Knows My Name- Myke Brown feat. Dex
22. Um, Excuse Me!- Gerald Walker
23. Gettin’ High- Le$
24. Woke Up- Roosh Willams & Dex
25. Roses- Casey Veggies
26. Snapbacks & Tattoos- Driicky Graham
27. My Sub (Pt. 2 The Jackin’)- Big K.R.I.T.
28. Useless- Pac Div feat. Asher Roth
29. The Author- Dewey Binns
30. Stressful- Zone
31. Slums- Privaledge
32. No Weed Smoke- Houston Boy
33. We Fly- Terrace Martin feat. Snoop Dogg & Teedra Moses
34. Saratoga- Josh Sallee
35. Loud City- Dex
We here at The Artistic Insanity would like to introduce our newest writer who shall only be known by his Twitter. The gentleman prefers to keep a certain level of anonymity and we respect this. He’s already been a huge help with concepts and other ideas for us, so we figured why not go ahead and make him apart of out writing team? We also want to say that we are a non hazing organization *side eye*. With no further adieu we introduce our newest addition to the family…
I was recently given the opportunity to write a style post over my favorite African-American individual. I chose Malcolm X seeing how the 46th anniversary of his death was yesterday. Head over to my brother Robert I. Brown’s website for the read. While you’re on the site, take a look around and enjoy the beautiful lifestyle blog.
Read the article here: R.I.B.S. : Malcolm X
Thank you in advance,
We here at The Artistic Insanity like the finer things in life. Whether it be crisp button down oxfords, wingtips or Air Jordans and Nike basketball shorts. When I got word that the Air Jordan Cement III’s were releasing in the classic box, it was something I couldn’t pass up on. Check the photographs below. Enjoy.
**All photos courtesy of Phillip Buggs of JCI Creatives.**
I do have one recommendation. These particular shoes run a half size larger, so I’d suggest sizing down. I’m usually a perfect size 9, but as you can see I went with the 8.5.
Far too often we only choose to acknowledge our ancestry as African American’s during the month of February, but during the remainder of the year we choose to hide our heritage in the confines of our minds. Well if you know me personally or if we’re even Facebook friends, throughout the year you’ll probably see a portrait of Malcolm X as my profile picture. Malcolm X is one of my personal heroes. We don’t share my commonalities, but he encompasses all that I believe a young black man should be. He possesses all of the following qualities; Stylish, Well-Spoken, Intelligent, Compassionate, Determined and aware of his history. Personally, these are all things that I aspire to be. Throughout the year, I’ll continue to post things as I see fit and to truly show that there’s more to African-American history than 28/29 days out of a year.
There are several reasons I chose pictures of Malcolm X smiling. Historically, he’s been painted as a racist power-driven savage so I wanted to paint the image of a softer side that’s rarely shown of Malcolm X. He’s depicted of being stern and serious, however I’m sure he had a few laughs here and there.
I post these two video clips to show that his diction and eloquence is unmatched. These are all reasons why I’m a fan of his speech writing and delivery. In summation, I hope you actually take something from this post. If not, I feel sorry for because there’s a lot more where this came from.
And in the words of one Lupe Fiasco, “Somebody tell Malcolm X I’m tryna steal his style.” The man was SHARP!!