Conniption Fit

Carpe tantrum.

Interview with Kidd Kwest

"He was born and raised in Fort Myers, FL. He went to Cypress High where he was involved in theater. Started rapping when he was 15 and much to my surprise he’s only 18 years old as i sit here and talk to him. Some of his responses seem as though they’re coming from a seasoned veteran. Either that or a very highly intelligent young man who, the more i get to know him, impresses me more and more. We tried going to sit down inside a Starbucks but it was completely full. So we made a makeshift office out of my car and got down to business…"

(Source: thethinkshow)

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FEEL THAT!

The City of Palms
EP features the latest work from leading rappers in southwest Florida, including Kidd Kwest’s superb “Momentum Shift.”


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Ibrahim Maalouf. (2012). “Nomade Slang.”

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Kidd Kwest. (2014). “A Kidd Called Kwest.”

A young Florida rapper pays his dues.

Miche Braden covers Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet Child O’ Mine” in old-school New Orleans style. She’s got more than enough vocal power to make it wonderful.

On December 18, 1951, Chester Burnett (better known as Howlin’ Wolf) recorded several songs for Sam Phillips at Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. This image shows the cancelled check for the session.The tracks included:
"The Wolf Is At Your Door"
"Howlin’ Wolf Boogie"
"Look-A-Here Baby"
"California Blues #1"
"California Boogie"
"My Baby Walked Off"
"Smile At Me"
"My Troubles And Me"

On December 18, 1951, Chester Burnett (better known as Howlin’ Wolf) recorded several songs for Sam Phillips at Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. This image shows the cancelled check for the session.

The tracks included:

  • "The Wolf Is At Your Door"
  • "Howlin’ Wolf Boogie"
  • "Look-A-Here Baby"
  • "California Blues #1"
  • "California Boogie"
  • "My Baby Walked Off"
  • "Smile At Me"
  • "My Troubles And Me"
The Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran. Photographed in 2013 by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji.

The Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran. Photographed in 2013 by Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji.

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