Awesome line up here guys! Support Smugg'z album too! Attack!
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Bring home to gold brothers & sisters!
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
New video from BNK, directed by Willan Rivera. Hot shit!
Song with Ron Thug entitled "Hustle Game" is straight fiyah!!
MVRXX pronounced as “Marxx”, promises to make people turn up with the release of his first ever EP album "XX-1" at Black Market, Makati on July 29, 2015 (BaddecisionsWed). The 24 year-old Manila DJ started his disc jockey journey in 2012 under Looper Beats Academy now known as Bounce Electronic Music & DJ School. Due to his explosive and engaging style, Marxx easily landed gigs not only in the Philippines (clubs in BGC, Makati, Newport, Cebu, and Davao) but also in Malaysia.
In 2014, he spinned alongside world-acclaimed DJs like Krewella, 12 Planet and numerous international artists at the Exception Music Festival.
MVRXX describes his style as a mixture of Ghetto, Hiphop, Ratchet and Trap music. His EP guarantees to get people moving as he incorporates catchy and haunting pads and chords with massive and menacing build up and by blasting heart-raising 808 drums and gypsy scaled length synths that will inevitably make people bounce.
MVRXX ups the ante by featuring verses of MC Ron Thug, one of Manila's top emcees and 2012 Hypeman of the Year, in one of his tracks.
MVRXX believes that music is meant to be shared and enjoyed that's why he dedicates his EP to the people with the same passion and enthusiasm. “It has always been about the music and the people. I make music for people to enjoy." With that in mind, the hard work entailed in crafting his tracks instantly becomes triumphs, making people who hear his music enjoy and relate to it effortlessly.
Aside from spinning and producing music, MVRXX also plays the drums and manages his apparel store Limitless Philippines, catering to the bold and edgy fashionistas.
Support homegrown talent as you party to the first ever DJ/Producer in Manila to launch an EP album at Black Market on July 29, 2015.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
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Thursday, July 23, 2015
Perfect for Sota, Chanoweeezy.
FROM WIPCAPS: We’ve explored Tondo, Sta. Cruz, Binondo, Ermita & Quiapo, and now Sta. Ana. This is the culmination of our MNL District Series, where WIP has aspired to re-tell stories of our past that are closer to home than we think. The present day Manila is a melting pot of cultures, steeped in modernity, filled with first-world structures placed in stark contrast with third-world living: familiar images of our country’s history are all around us.
Once known as the Kingdom of Namayan, Santa Ana was renamed and became a place for the wealthy Manileños of the time, adorned with beautifully built abodes and ancestral houses, most of them found along the once bustling but now polluted Pasig River. Sta. Ana was declared a heritage zone only last year, and sadly, most of these houses have given way to modern commercial developments, though few still remain.
Considered to be one of the wealthiest places in old Manila, Sta. Ana became home to land owners and businessmen as well as the famous Santa Ana Park, where horseraces have been held since 1937. The famous Santa Ana church was built from 1720 to 1725 and was dedicated to its present patron, the Our Lady of the Abandoned. The revered image of its patron came from Spain and arrived in the Philippines in 1717, strengthening the influence of Christianity in the Philippines. However, in the 1960’s it was uncovered that ancient artifacts were dug up during an excavation within the church’s vicinity, proving that Manila and the land of the Philippines is quite old on its own merits.
Although the colonization of the Philippines has been the main focus of education and discussion, our indigenous culture during pre-colonial times is another story. Even our National hero, Jose Rizal, made it clear in his works that our history be re-told from the Filipino perspective. Rizal was dedicated to confronting the colonial ideology and developing a system of thought that aimed at the liberation of the nation. In a sense, Santa Ana was the image of a flourishing district, but through a different perspective, it was also a symptom of corruption and power-struggles between classes. Jose Rizal understood and wrote about the cycles, archetypes and sicknesses of society, believing in our nation to his untimely death.
Nowadays, Sta. Ana is feeling the change and trappings of modernity, where locals are fighting for their rights to preserve structures that are unique to their district: physical reminders of our past that we hold with much sentiment. Although Hispanic ancestral homes and old structures invoke memories of a time we were colonized, after the war fought alongside America, we have been swayed towards other directions and visions–and we have retained them to this day. There’s no denying that Manila has been heavily influenced to keep up with the rest of our rapidly developing neighbors, even if it means leaving others behind. Filipinos are now conquering other Filipinos under the influence of Westernized culture and ideologies, divided up by social structures.
The MNL Sta. Ana is a crown for every Filipino, reminding us that our spirit as people has not been stifled by others in the past, and there is no reason for us to allow society’s self-destruction to overwhelm our ideals and aspirations for the future. Two interlocking golden horseshoes symbolize good luck and form the image of an eye to keep watch behind the scenes. Our country and its people are priceless, and we must always make informed and compassionate decisions that benefit the masses instead of only a selected few. Nothing will change if we continue to perpetuate the treatment we have endured as a nation in the past.
This fitted cap may look luxurious, but that’s all on the surface. After all, the most valuable thing you will find in a cap is the mind that wears it.
“Why independence, if the slaves of today will be the tyrants of tomorrow?” ― José Rizal, El Filibusterismo
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Uprising gives you a look into DJing via Supreme Fist and DJ Savage (Apokalipsis)??
Monday, July 13, 2015
You still have time to pick up their albums!
Sunday, July 12, 2015
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Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Partners In Rhyme mixtape coming out soon!