We’re going to try this out as a permanent feature for the benefit of all those who do not have the luxury of time to lurk P&P day in, day out, 24/7 (though that’s the recommended method of consumption). From the big features to the little things you might have missed, here are some of the week’s must-see P&P posts.
While you were busy tweeting about what you were eating or how much you hate waiting in lines, Kanye’s timeline was a masterplan to change the world.
Within just a couple of days, this has become one of the most watched videos around the P&P offices.
Back at it again with Dance Music Post. 13, just in time for the weekend (and I guess, now, for your week – weekday parties, woop). Some dance music for you hooligans.
All things considered, this is pretty funny.
We decided to start the year off with some resolutions that the world of music will hopefully take up. I’d say that most of the stuff that we wished for music in the year 2012 isn’t too farfetched.
This newcomer is one of the guys we’ve been looking out for, and now we see get a glimpse into what he’s all about with his new vid.
This starts off looking like a nostalgic vintage indie movie. Then things get weird.
While featuring popular artists is always nice, the lesser-known gems are always the best. Here are some artists who we want to see blow up in 2012.
We got the opportunity to interview the Rhymesayers resident. The result? Well, let’s just say Grieves’ answer to “Pigeons or Planes?” is interesting.
After uncertainty during the last year as to whether they were even a band anymore, the Brits reveal that they are back together and will be working on a new album to be released in 2012.
P&P and Jhameel have some big plans in the near future, so get familiar—he’s an incredibly talented dude