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Watch Culprit’s Cali Bear Hallucinate In Edu Imbernon’s New Video
Culprit LA’s Cali Bear returns in an intoxicating new adventure. The notorious gangsta embarks on an adventure cruise around Los Angeles, open fields and empty…
First Listen: Adriatique Kicks Off New Culprit Compilation
Culprit—the label known for their badass rooftop series at the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles—is rounding out 2013 by releasing the third installment of…
Droog Lists Top Tracks Commemorating Five Years Of Culprit
Droog Members: Andrei Osyka, Brett Griffin and Justin Sloe…
VIBE Premiere: Culprit Series With Edu Imbernon & Los Suruba (VIDEO)
The Standard Hotel LA is playing host to the fifth installment of summer event series, Culprit Sessions. To get partiers feeling groovy, Cuprit has created…
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New York City Bans Chicken Tenders From Public Schools…
No more lunch dates for the baby Futures of New York City's school districts.
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Angela Rye took a page out of Maxine Waters' "I cannot be intimidated" book.
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The men in blue claim they were responding to a firearm call when the teenager began “running and threw himself on the ground before faking…
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Oneal Ron Morris (pictured in the middle) injected a lethal cocktail of rubber cement, superglue and tire sealant into 31-year-old Shatarka Nuby, causing her death in 2012.
Premiere: Daye Jack Reformats The Music World With ‘No Data’
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Daye Jack has transitioned from wanting to be the black Steve Jobs to programming a fresh new sound.
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