I can’t believe I missed this. Watch as the legendary De La Soul perform “A Roller Skating Jam Called Saturdays” on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
De La Soul – Stakes is High
I can’t even begin explain what this song means to me. A true classic!
It’s about love for cars, love for funds
Loving to love mad sex, loving to love guns
Love for opposite, love for fame and wealth
Love for the fact of no longer loving yourself! -Pos
This is what Hip Hop sounds like!
“I’ve always loved the ‘Intro’ on Disc Two of Wu-Tang Forever – this erie sample with no beat, that they only talked over,” De La Soul’s Posdnuos tells Rolling Stone. “I stumbled on the original sample while crate digging one day, took it straight to the lab and added drums. The feel is definitely gritty, hard and sounds like a Wu record, so out of inspirational respect, we included featuring ‘The Spirit of the Wu’ in the song title.” -Pos
The Roots, De La Soul, Stretch Armstrong, and Danny Brown….I will definitely be in Philly for this. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 am.
Look out for that new De La Soul album! if it’s anything like their past albums, it’s going to be a certified classic.
De La Soul’s Plug 1 & Plug 2 present First Serve – Must B The Music [video]
There’s a very interesting message being sent by this track and video. De La Soul continues to rep Hip Hop and themselves to the fullest yet they still don’t get the props they deserve. Respect legends! Bless.
Wow….where do I even begin? This is a Hip Hop holiday indeed. De La, ATCQ, Monie Love, Black Sheep, The JB’s……….If you’re not at S.O.B.’s on February 7th, hit yourself in the face with a sock full of nickels! Peace.
Q-Tip, De La Soul, and Vinia Mojica – A Roller Skating Jam Named “Saturdays”
This song is so classic. I remember when my brother would play this record I would go bonkers. Q-Tip and De La was and will always be great Hip Hop! Shout out to Mr. Sprinkler! Peace.
Amerigo Gazaway of Gummy Soul went into the lab and created a classic concoction of Hip hop goodness. By goodness, I mean classic De La over some classic Fela instrumentation. I’ve heard the first few minutes and I’m really hype about hearing the rest. If you’re a fan of Fela or De La, this is a must for you. Stay healthy! Peace.
If you haven’t gotten your daily dose of Hip Hop goodness today, this should satisfy your urge. Detroit’s own Young RJ laces the hell out this track while Baatin (R.I.P), Vice Versa, and De La’s Posdnous hold down the microphone. Appreciate this! It’s rare to get a Slum Village/De La Soul collaboration. This is Hip Hop!
Young RJ Feat. Posdnous, Baatin & Vice Verse – People
DAMN!!!! I really wanted to go to this concert!! The Rakim, De La Soul and Blackstar event must have been insane at the Jazz Cafe in London. EVERY seat looks like a great seat!!
At 2:50, Jay Electronica comes out to perform his verse off Just Begun.
In an interview with pedestrian.tv one third of De La Soul, Maseo AKA Plug, confirmed that the group was working on their new album Art Official Intelligence III which they will try to put out around Summer this year.
“Definitely looking to put out a new album. We’re definitely gonna come out with Art Official Intelligence part three – the fans have been yearning for that. So we’re gonna put out music and we’re gonna continue to tour. That’s all we do! We will promise you a record this year. I can’t actually give you a date and time.”
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