Check out the brand new music video for “WiFi“, the street single from Six Reasons‘ Paper Plates mixtape, hosted by Young California’sDJ Amen and DJ Carisma. The video is crazy and it’s ending is totally what you would NOT expect.
Paper Plates features notable collaborations with artists such as Jonn Hart, Nyce and more, plus production from Starr Lab, Shockmatic, Sage and Deep Watters. Join Six as he takes you from the streets to the clubs with the singles Get It, Janet Jackson, Something For Free and Michael Myers. The turn up is real.
Shout out to DJ Amen & the whole Young California gang for inviting the Teruo fam and most importantly, Six Reasons to tonight’s Music Meeting. Six will get a chance to preview his Paper Plates mixtape to all types of West Coast DJs and artists.
For the longest time I’ve been a fan of DOES. He’s been in the graff game for more than a decade and this month he’s having a solo show, Endless Perspectives. Unfortunately for us, the show isn’t in the states. Luckily, he has been putting out content for the rest of us not in Melbourne, Australia.
This is my favorite video of the four part series which takes place in Paris, France. He’s shown trucking around a box of canvases to hang and paint on a concrete wall of a tunnel. His dope colors show through along with his unique letter style that can be described as explosive. I love the quick chrome and black DOES on the abandoned, bullet-holed truck. Keepin’ it classy.
There could be a new term within the science community and it could be HELLA important. Currently, the largest number recognized by scientists is 10^24. However, the science community is discovering new physical phenomena that is larger than 10^24 and is now petitioning to make the largest number 10^27. This new 10^27 prefix actually carries significant value and the petition calls for naming it Hella. That’s right, Hella! Shout out to Nor Cal scientists for trying to make things HELLA SCIENTIFIC.