Njena Reddd Foxxx


31 August 2012

He… could be sick, but Ojay Morgan hasn’t stopped working for a single day since his Ima Read became a huge hit back in January. When he’s not playing in local shops for trendy magazines, he’s preparing a new EP with Boyfriend and Brenmar.

From that EP comes this slow & perturbing clip directed by Ursula Mann, uploaded yesterday just a few hours after we got to know a new Ima Read remix edition which compiles versions by Gangsta Boo & Tricky, Nikko and Norrit, Ira G, Mao, Bais Haus, Ripley, Moroka, Cauzeone, I Am A Camer, or Azealia Banks is about to drop on Mad Decent’s Jeffree September 16th…. and Zebra Katz was kind enough to share a few on his Soundcloud.. a few more this way.

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Zebra Katz @ Grand Street Bakery

20 July 2012

There was an article in The Guardian earlier last month on the rising trend of “queer rap” and the uniqueness (and also intelligent move) in the way this new generation of American gay rappers have exploited and transformed the always influential ball culture into something mainstream.

And despite the critics and comments on the real lack of novelty last week was a pretty busy for the genre, LE1F presenting his clip for Wut, and Mykki Blanco doing the likes for Head is a Stone.

But funkier than these pre-defined clips was Ojay Morgan’s live @ Brooklyn’s  Grand Streek Bakery store with the improvised percussion by Compton Timberwolf (needless to mention Njena Reddd Foxxx at this point). A couple of clips produced for The Fader which maybe, just maybe, you should consider watching.

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