Tag: Fabolous

Fool’s Gold Day Off 2015 Recap

Posted on Nov 5th, 2015

Five cities, thousands of fans, a whole damn supergroup of artists and DJs… DAY OFF 2015 was the biggest Fool’s Gold festival trek yet! From Travi$ Scott lighting LA on fire to Skepta shutting down NYC, from 2 Chainz and Flosstradamus turning up in MIA to A-Trak scratching everywhere, the fam went in for real! Watch the full recap video above, hit fgdayoff.com for more, and stay tuned for next year’s edition (which is sure to be even crazier). Big thanks to our friends at Grand Marnier for helping make it all possible.

Day Off NY 2015 Recap

Posted on Sep 18th, 2015

The 2015 DAY OFF shows have been our craziest yet, and New York was no exception. Labor Day in BK got SHUTDOWN in proper Fool’s Gold fashion thanks to Meek Mill, Flatbush Zombies, Skepta, Post Malone, surprise guests Fabolous, ILOVEMAKONNEN, A$AP Ferg, and many many more, watch the recap vid and relive the vibes! Check out photo galleries from Sabrina Vaz-Holder, Mel D. Cole’s Set 1 & Set 2, Matt Miggz, Razberry Photo, Brook Bobbins, Matthew Kaplan, Mikaela Barish, Ryan Kobane, Godly Gutter, Nate Ramos, DrivenByBoredom, Daniel Leinweber. See a full gallery of photos on the Fool’s Gold FB (tag yourselves!) and some of our favorites after the jump. Thanks to Grand Marnier for helping make these shows happen! Read More

Rappin Ass Thursdays #29

Posted on Jan 7th, 2010

Before I get to brand new music in this young decade, gotta cleanse the palate of some late, late 2009 favorites in steady rotation over the break thanks to the “All Mix Holiday Weekend” on Hot 97 (which let DJs like Enuff, Camilo, et al dictate their own shows for the most part).

Without fail, the standout sets were always club excursions, ALWAYS with a Jersey shout out, mixing “Percolator” with new tunes like DJ Frosty’s “Ride That Wave” – maybe more on that in another post… – and these midtempo, East Coast rap-n-b breaks, featuring all the tunes after the jump (along with the occasional Jay Elec-yarmulke “Exhibit C”). Who said radio was dead? Read More