A password will be e-mailed to you.

Dario Hunt

Volume 2: Let's Talk About the Grammys and Future Hendrix

Volume 2: Let’s Talk About the Grammys and Future Hendrix | Compilation 2

We follow up our last podcast by giving our thoughts about the Grammys and the various performers and winners, and we see how many we picked correctly. Then we talk about recent albums that have recently dropped like Future's double offering of FUTURE and HNDRXX, Big Sean's I Decided., the Migos sophomore effort, Jidenna's long awaited debut, Syd's first solo offering, and we unfortunately end by touching on the Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj "beef." Check out the full podcast above and you can see the time-stamps for the various topics below.
Best of the Month: February 2017

Best of the Month: February 2017

February had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of Big Sean, Future, Lana Del Rey, and Depeche Mode, and it also featured some interesting trailers for Song to Song, Personal Shopper, and American Anarchist. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video.
Dáreece Walker | PRESENTS

Dáreece Walker | PRESENTS

Dáreece Walker is a rising artist out in New York City by way of Colorado and he sat down with us to talk about how he got his start in music, who inspires him, and why he chose the highly distinctive materials of charcoal and cardboard for a lot of his work. He also discusses the impact New York has had on his work, what drew him to "protest" art, and upcoming shows he has in the works.
SiR - Her Too

SiR – Her Too Reaction

After an already strong go around with Her EP, SiR follows it up with the even stronger Her Too. Smooth, sultry, neo-soul R&B with some great live instrumentation and great vocals. He's quickly becoming one of my favorites on TDE.
Who’s the best of the month: February 2017

Who’s the best of the month: February 2017 (VOTING)

Another month down, another month's worth of content to vote on. February was an especially strong month for music videos. We rounded up what we think represented the best of the month, so cast your votes and we'll announce the top picks after we take everything into consideration. If you don't see what you think was the best, then write it in. You can also go back and check out some of our reactions to the various nominees.
Future - HNDRXX

Future – HNDRXX Reaction

HNDRXX lacks the hard trap music but it seemed to soak up all the emotion and feeling that was missing on FUTURE, and it had a higher quality feel to it that made it my favorite out of the pair. I think however, he would've been better served combining the best elements from both projects to create something truly memorable.
Future - FUTURE

Future – FUTURE Reaction

FUTURE feels like a by the numbers project from the rapper that ironically lacks a lot of the emotion and feeling that he often claims of others' music. Easily one of the more forgettable ones from his now extensive catalog.
Jidenna - The Chief

Jidenna – The Chief Reaction

The Chief was a strong debut from the 'Classic Man' singer that despite having some familiar elements of generic top 40's pop, did enough to create a mostly unique approach that I think solidified him as a legitimate artist, and not a gimmick.
Oscars 2017 Diversity

2017 was probably the most diverse year ever for the Oscars and it wasn’t manufactured…well mostly

2017 was just what the Academy needed after the past few years' increasing outcry over the Oscars' lack of diversity. They bounced back with a record list of diversity that almost seemed too good to be true. But ultimately I chalk it up to more lucky coincidence than manufactured inclusion, and it's brought us one step closer to our films truly becoming art imitating life and the world around us.

Silence Reaction

Silence was a slow, trudge of a movie that dragged on for far longer than it needed to, without giving any real sense of resolution or conclusion. Outside of good performances from Garfield and a number of the Japanese cast, the movie has very little redeemable qualities and left me wondering, just who was this made for?
Kehlani - SweetSexySavage

Kehlani – SweetSexySavage Reaction

SweetSexySavage was a solid, albeit somewhat shallow, major debut from the singer. It's high quality, studio production combined with her great prototypical R&B voice and natural swagger create some really infectious moments, but ultimately drags on a bit due to it's sheer length.
Syd - FIN

Syd – Fin Reaction

Fin serves almost as a proof of concept for the rising singer, and the way she can effortlessly glide from one style to the next with her signature humble bravado, proves that she's capable of almost anything. She took some already fantastic production and elevated it to the next level; that's the mark of a star, and the sky's the limit for her after this one.
LLF X Axcess: Rebel Dad Hat

LLF X Axcess: Rebel Dad Hats are here and up for preorders

In collaboration with Axcess for his Rebel Against Society mixtape, our specially design, limited edition Rebel Dad Hats are now in production and we're offering a special price, along with an additional 30% off coupon for a future purchase for all preorders taken before their release in a couple weeks. This is a VERY limited release, so don't miss your chance to grab one of these one of a kind pieces.
Migos - Culture

Migos – Culture Reaction

Culture is far from perfect, and it mostly adheres to their usual style over substance formula, but it is them at their highest and most consistent level yet. A very timely release for their careers which has waned a bit recently.
Content creators wanted

Join the team! – we’re looking for content creators

Starting today we will begin searching out content creators, especially writers, who we think could be good contributors to what we've got going on here. We're looking for people who have as big a passion for culture as we do; whether that's in the arts, music, film, or anything in between. We want to work together and create some awesome content!
Dario Hunt

Dario Hunt


Founder. Pro baller. Part-time programmer. Love all things creativity, culture, and branding. If you want something, then go and get it.

Get more awesome content
in your inbox

Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting content in your inbox every week.