The Boondocks “Black Magic” Trailer

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Here is the final trailer for season 3 of The Boondocks.  When the show first came on air it filled the gap in urban comedy and racial satire, that was left when Dave Chappelle abandoned Chappelle’s Show.  With the final season kicking off this weekend Sunday May 2nd at 11:30pm, you can’t help feeling a mixture of happiness and sadness at the same time.

Optimist: The Bay To Taipei

FreeGoldWatch presents “The Bay to Taipei.” new painting and mixed media works by Optimist, opening April 16th.

An Oakland native, Optimist’s work can be seen on the streets of the U.S. and abroad. This collection focuses on the contrasting visual landscapes of Taipei and the Bay Area, as well as the social, cultural, and geographical effects of Westernization on Taiwan. This will be his first time exhibiting a body of work in a gallery setting. There will be a limited edition zine available at the opening. Reception 7–11:00pm – safelyhome

“Time Zones” (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)

Bisco Smith teams up with producer and long-time collaborator CWL for the “Time Zones (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)”.

“.in addition to a bevy of singles, The Broadcast has allowed Bisco to deliver a series of remixes, all of which he created original artwork for, as well as the recently released video for“Vibrations,” for which Bisco crafted the graphics for the video. Now, Bisco Smith is pleased to releaseThe Broadcast’s final remix effort, “Time Zones,” remixed by producer and long-time collaborator Cassettes Won’t Listen.”

Bisco Smith’s second full-length album The Broadcast is available now.

Linsten here:

Bisco Smith – “Time Zones” (Cassettes Won’t Listen Remix)

Madlib Medicine Show No. 2 | Flight To Brazil

Madlib has launched a 12-part, one-a-month music series through 2010, which kicked off with Madlib Medicine Show #1: Before the Verdict and now the Beat Konducta takes a flight to Brazil for the second instalment.

Madlib Medicine Show No. 2 is an 80-minute guided tour through three of four decades of Brazilian funk, psych, prog-rock and jazz.

Madlib Medicine Show No. 2: Flight to Brazil is available at Stones Throw.  The first two are dope but I can’t wait for next month when “Beat Konducta in Africa” drops.