CHUNES PT.4

LIVE FROM THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN ARE SOME BUMPING TRACKS.

SoulJa – Koko ni iru yo (ft. Thelma Aoyama)

The follow-up hit completely broke records for “the best selling download single in Japan” for the number of full-track downloads.

Thelma Aoyama – Soba iru ne (ft. SoulJa)

This is definitely one song you can bump and grind to in the clubs. Fearsome beats and a powerful bass round out this party hit.

Here is a fresh track from Japanese hip-hop duo M-flo and Korean sensation BoA.

m-flo loves BoA / the Love Bug

Here is Utada Hikaru’s classic First Love. Old, but still good.

A Daft-Punk produced song from Japanese hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz that ISN’T tokyo drift.

A collaboration with J-Pop superstar Namie Amuro and hip-hop duo m-flo. Give it a listen.

Last not but least, here’s a classic from the late-Nujabes, R.I.P.

Good music is everywhere, even halfway across the world. Diversify your playlists, give these tracks at try.

Back to my ninja training,

David.

Chunes Part Three

Waddupp club bangers, headbobbers, grinders, dagger-ers, music lovers,

I’ve got some new jams you guys might like, from old-school to new, rap to soca, remixes to go old fashion spoken word. Check it.

FIRST OFF, RIP Gil Scott Heron, you’ll be missed, and you’ll continue to inspire music everywhere-

This Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Now to the tracks you might hear my acura bumping on the 401-

My favorite song: Rum and Redbull by Fambo feat. Beenie Man

 

Check out Chiddy Bang’s new Mixtape, Peanut Butter and Swelly, it’s pretty solid

When You’ve Got Music – Chiddy Bang feat.  The Knocks

 

DJ King’s tearing up youtube as a potential next big mash-up artists, I’m liking what I’m hearing, check it out

Look At Me Now – DJ King Mix

Kush – DJ King Mix

Acura Integurl – Frank Ocean (Re-worked)

Like Glue – Sean Paul (classic.)

Danza Kuduro – Don Omar feat. Lucenzo

Because the Yonkers mix got overplayed, here’s something new for you thugs

King of Assmilk Flowers – Aces feat. Earl Hoodie, Neutral Milk

And you know you have to end it off with a good ol’ nut.

Gimme That Nut – Eazy E

 

And there you have it, Surinder Jaidka’s secret highway playlist! But we know we have sick music taste, so we want to hear from you guys, because let’s face it, you can never run out of good music. Go to our facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Thousand-Years-Apparel/201845006493927

, like it, and post your favorite track! It can be old, new, slow, fast, soft, hard, crispy, smooth, ANYTHING. We just want more shit to bump to, and in the mean time, we’ll keep posting our own jams for you to go ham on.

 

Lots of Love,

Surinder

Chunes Pt. 2 (and new video up!)

We have a new video up detailing that shared inner desire that all guys have: getting into a fight for the sake of a girl. Watch it. Subscribe to our channel. And without further ado, here is my track pack (aka. tunes I’ve been groovin with lately):

TYA TRACK PACK VOLUME 2

– Kevin’s Picks –

Mobb Deep – Burn

DSL – Invaders (Djedjotronic Remix)

Snoop Dogg – Boss’s Life ft. Nate Dogg (RIP)

Ryan Leslie – You’re Not My Girl

Sebastien Tellier – Kilometer (A-Track Dub)

Calvin Harris – Yeah Yeah Yeah La La La

Alicia Keys – How Come You Don’t Call Me

R. Kelly & Usher – Same Girl

Jermaine Dupri – Welcome to Atlanta ft. Ludacris

Robin Thicke – Lost Without U

Blu & Exile – Blu Collar Workers

9th Wonder – Let Me Down Easy

Anyway, these are my summer jams, and hopefully this little tidbit will help you discover yours. Sorry there’s no download link, look out for more videos released soon, a yummy new Octocream colourway, lots and lots of V-necks, stickers, snapbacks, and the rest of the track packs!

CHUNES

Our boy T&E has been dropping trackpacks for a couple weeks now, and they say copying is the most sincere form of flattery so we bring to you our own colourful selections of songs for the summer:

TYA TRACK PACK VOLUME 1

– Mark’s Picks –
You can download the whole set here

Kreayshawn – Gucci Gucci

Earl Sweatshirt – Molliwhopped

Skeme – That Good

Falcon Punch – Where You’ll Stay

Tayyib Ali – Eighteen

Hugo – 99 Problems

Def Beach Society – Lack of Sleep

Childish Gambino – Freaks and Geeks (Star Slinger Remix)

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – Better Things To Do

Kanye West – Gone

Stay tuned for Surinder and Kevin’s coming soon,

STATE OF THE UNION

Here’s whats been happening with us:

David is currently somewhere in Japan beginning his ninja training. Expect him to return a deadly killing machine with a circle scarf made out of human skulls.

Abi just headed off to Israel to solve the Middle East conflict one serving of hummus at a time.

Nick is back in London, Ontario. When he’s not leaning against brickwalls he’ll be working to beat the world record for ejaculations in an hour (Fun Fact: Its 16)

This what the remaining half of TYA looked like in 9th grade. We're also all in the GTA for a while so if you're around, don't be a stranger and come say hey.

By the end of the week we’ll be dropping a new vid which may or may not include full frontal nudity. You’ll have to watch it to find out… 
❤ The 1000years crew

Tell Your Friends To Get With My Friends, Again

Space Academy. The name, an enigma. The sound: crystal clear. Currently working out of London Ontario this duet, compromised of Simu Liu and Mark Davey, are Youtube sensations in the making. Producing everything in house and playing all the instruments themselves, this talented pair have a great knack for re-imaging their covers songs to make them sound fresh again. Here’s just the tip of the iceberg:

Future plans for Space Academy include more inspired covers and the debut of their original tracks. So support some struggling young artist and toss ’em a ‘like’ on facebook here. In the wise words of Nelly: “I said it ain’t no fun unless we all get some”

Keep your eyes peeled for some TYA updates in the next few days, including the status of our dope snapbacks (hint: soon) and the location of our very own Abi (hint: not a boarding school in Samoa). Til then,

Mark

EDIT: A quick google has indicated that the name Space Academy may in fact not be an enigma and instead taken from the 1970s live action sci-fi TV show, Space Academy. How’s that for some journalistic integrity?