On May 31, 2012, one of the greatest NHL defenceman decided to hang up his skates.
20 seasons in the league, all of which were spent with the Detroit Red Wings.
Four Stanley Cups, Seven Norris Trophies, One Conn Smythe Trophy, One Olympic Gold and Twelve All-Star game appearances.
In his 20 seasons in the NHL, he never missed a single post-season.
1,142 points in 1,564 games with a modest +450 ranking.
Sports Illustrated and Sporting News named him “NHL Player of the Decade”
Due to the most recent video directed by Mr. Gavras for Jay-Z & Kanye West’s “No Church In The Wild,” I figured it was time for a post dedicated to his stunning visuals. The Athens-born 30 year old French director has a knack for high energy, gritty, controversial music videos. He has the ability to take a song and transform it into something formidable. The visuals and the storyline make it impossible to turn away for even a couple seconds. Warning: The videos are very intense and include violence and nudity. NSFW.
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Soul singer Bobby Womack is back in the studio after a twelve year absence.
Donald Glover is gearing up for the release of his new mixtape Royalty.
The National finds themselves associated with HBO.
Maybach Music Group dropped two tracks this week from the upcoming compilation album.
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May 25th, 2012 at Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, B.C.
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May 24, 2012 at Venue in Vancouver, B.C.
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The Google Doodle honoured Robert Moog today, who passed away in 2005. He was the founder and extraordinary mind behind the Moog synthesizer.
Update those iPods and playlists with this week’s mix of brand new music.
Lupe Fiasco drops his first single to the highly anticipated Food & Liquor 2
Rick Ross blows up twitter feeds everywhere as he drops another single.
Kendrick Lamar delivers for Tom Clany’s latest video game.
The indie summer jams have been flooding in constantly.
Donald Glover gets deep in preparation for a new tape.
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The Baltimore-based dream pop duo Beach House released their fourth LP May 15th via Sub Pop, following their critically acclaimed 2010 release Teen Dream. The predecessor was thought to be unbeatable, to my amazement, Bloom sprung up and surpassed all expectations.
That summer feeling is in the air and it’s time to add to your playlists.
Rick Ross dropped a brand new single from God Forgives, I Don’t featuring Usher.
Black Hippy crew member Ab-Soul released his second LP while MMG’s Meek Mill dropped the much anticipated Dreamchasers 2.
New music from The Temper Trap, T.I., Boy, Poliça, Mystery Jets, and Pretty Lights.
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In South Central L.A., the year was 2009 and four emcees joined forces to create Black Hippy. This group consists of four names you may have heard of before, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar & ScHoolboy Q.
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