Music| Listen To Marvel Alexander’s “Don’t Die Yet” Album

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• During our research for great, new and creative music we start with producers first. Many have been featured on our site such as Sango, Abjo, Kaytranada and many more, but this time around we focus in on Producer, Rapper and Engineer – Marvel Alexander.

Don’t Die Yet” is the titled for the young artist’s most recent released album. The L.A.-based rapper, producer, and engineer keeps the quality high throughout, from the impassioned opener “Untitled” through the manic energy of “I Ain’t Gotta Lie” to the smooth final track. Reaching out to his peers for custom beats, this album features production from friends Sango, Kaytranada, Gravez, and also come accompanied with lyrical support from artist such as Crystal Caines, Michael Christmas, Wiki, and more.

Whether he’s dropping funny punchlines and ad libs (“Dirty Thoughts”) or dropping thunderous beats (“Better Days”), Marvel, it seems, can do it all—in fact he even had production credits on A$AP Ferg’s “Shabba.” Don’t Die Yet feels undeniably fresh and totally current—get to know Marvel with our interview below while you tune in to the sound of right now.

ENJOY THE ALBUM BELOW!

Fashion & Music| Theophilus London x Stussy “VIBES” Collection

• To celebrate his recently released album, VIBES, Trinidadian-born rapper and singer Theophilus London has created an exclusive collection. Teaming up with fellow New Yorkers Stussy, Mr. London decided to accompany the record with a collaborative collection that features two graphic tees, a denim jacket with embroidered logo and a snapback cap. Naturally the line comes in limited number, but if you’re interested in getting your hands on a piece make sure you’re near Stussy’s New York or Los Angeles locations, or Stussy.com when it drops Friday, November 21.

Music| New Video for Jaden Smith ‘Fast’

• Back from a short hiatus, the actor/rapper known as Jaden Smith returns with a new look, sound and video for his fans. Dreads drape from his head in his latest visual which showcases Jaden’s newest style. His flow mimics that of the New Atlanta sound and a dash of Chi-Raq. He continues to deliver tough lines from his point of view of this entertainment business, relationships and more.

 The minute-and-14-second-long video shows the young Smith rhyming in a garage before he takes to the streets to show off some serious lyrical skills. Rapping at a fast pace and accompanied only by the beat of a drum, Jaden asks, “Why you driving so fast? Girl, where you got to go?” This is siad to be geared towards Kylie Jenner. Who really knows though? Enjoy The Video Below!