G-Dragon and The Leaders: A Remix by DJ "Always 100" Noms

If you’re lookin’ to giddy up beyond the hallyu horizon with Psy, you’d do yourself dirt if you didn’t partner up with

Kwon Ji Yong AKA dat one of a kind oppa, G-Dragon.

GD has werk’d his way up the Korean pop industry for sixteen years, currently signed to hip-hop focused and now undeniably world-class label YG Entertainment (home to the horse dance).

As if G-Dragon alongside his Big Bang bros wasn’t stunning enough, our ever-positive bru Noms came thru 100% with an official shoutout to all our K-homies.

G-Dragon – The Leaders (Noms Remix)

The Leaders features Young GD flanked by the one and only baddest female CL as well as Teddy Park, master producer of many hott YG traxxx. It was one of the tracks on G-Dragon’s debut solo album Heartbreaker released in 2009 and is a swag anthem courtesy of the leaders from Big Bang, 2NE1, and 1TYM respectively.

G-Dragon feat. CL & Teddy – The Leaders (live on SBS 2009-12-29)

Noms, who’s no stranger to Sweetest Drip, put the remix touch to The Leaders by adding ample twerkable bass beats and trap trimmings. G G G G baby baby no wonder why I can’t stop replaying this track!

PROTIP for all da trill Westerners: Peep dat six degrees of separation tip between GD, Teddy, Noms, and. . . Diplo!

  • G-Dragon and fellow Big Bang badass TOP were a Knock Out together on a Diplo production.
  • Teddy and Diplo share the screen on a brief cameo in the music video for Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, and Lil Wayne’s Look At Me Now.
  • Noms has been featured on Diplo’s Mad Decent SoundCloud roundups.

More facts: Psy recently busted the 200 million view bubble on YouTube for Gangnam Style and poppin’ thangz like KCON are surely gonna leak a bit more of dat K-wave into lil miss Melting Pot.

It’s simple, Korean pop is fresh and increasingly werkin’ dat global appeal — Sweetest Drip and Google-oppa (lol) are here to facilitate yo sweet lil bb selves into a new world of entertainment.

G-Dragon - One Of A Kind music video

G-D comin’ thru lookin’ one of a kind via

It’s as easy as GD GD baby baby.

Shoutouts to Noms who’s always stackin’ 100s on top of mo 100s.
Odd Future at Coachella 2011

Odd Future, teach us how to 'come threw looking clean'

Odd Future,
what is it to come threw looking clean?

Cali Swag District taught us how to dougie. Chris Brown taught us how to pop a star in the mouth and continue on with his F.A.M.E.

Oh damn, maybe I pissed someone off with that last bit. Here’s some PR magic:

We all know that and beef-jousting over the Internet isn’t how you come through looking clean.

Making money? Mainstream recognition? A Moon Man? No.

So what is it to come through looking clean?

Diamonds on your neck? Comin’ through with the Tec? Media, so quick to hop on the vibrator that is buzzworthiness, was easily fooled by yet another one of Tyler’s alter egos.

I say, to come through looking clean is to do whatever it is you want to the best of your abilities.

To come through looking clean is to show the masses that you don’t give a fuck; that you does what you does.

Please, excuse Odd Future’s French.

The first GOLFWANG 2011 tour date in San Diego. Sick.

Their forte is a specific brand of real talk.

People of all melanin counts reel back into their seats at the Tyler, the Creator, whose lyrics highlight upon fucking bitches with no permission and tending to hate shit.

Honestly, enough kids have seen Kids to know most of Odd Future’s lyrics are socio-economically unfeasible to consider.

Believing anything they want to hear, reviewers of the Odd Future collective often stop and cry wolf when something distasteful hits their palate.

It’s nothing new. Almost everyone has something to say about rap and rappers.

In fact Tyler, Taco, and Jasper claim they are not rappers. They are using the mediums available to be their own boss and incite others to do the same.

A “sigma cum laude graduate of Morehouse College, with experience writing about topics from politics to minority rights both domestically and internationally,” had something to say in response to their success:

“We are not sure who created Tyler Okonma, and what he is allegedly creating. No one should be laughing. . . This is not why we died for civil rights. Shame on these young, foolish children. — Reginald Howard via Hipster Runoff”

Tyler, The Creator – Bitch Suck Dick (feat. Jasper and Taco)

A look at the comments shows that people can’t decide whether or not Mr. Howard is just another one of Carles’ creations. For those who gorge themselves on McMedia and have yet to sit and listen, Bitch Suck Dick (and HRO) is a gag played on the masses who believe in anything and everything but themselves.

Best New Artist, Adult Swim show, and a Grammy entry later, Odd Future have come through looking clean.

Tyler the Creator of Odd Future

Doing what he does (credit: Po’Jay via Flickr)

They’ve sold out shows every direction of the compass. All without kneeling to mainstream labels; they merely use labels’ assets toward their own goals.

Why should I give credit to Tyler and Odd Future?

Why should anybody give them the time of day?

They work in-house, they don’t co-sign with big name rappers to get scraps of recognition, and their self-confidence fuels their drive to kill em all.

All good artists, especially those claiming to be indie, have confidence in their art because they have confidence in themselves.

Odd Future has had some of the trillest things to say in a while, coming from kids.

Odd Future feature photo credit: jaredeberhardt via Flickr