VIDEO: Brodinski featuring Theophilus London’s “Gimme Back the Night”

It seems Theophilus London is finding a way to occupy his time, and that is to collaborate with a lot of good people. He finds himself in a sogn by Brodinski called “Gimme Back The Night”, so they battle out this night in a tug of war (NOTE: untrue) and they discover who will win the night in an ultimate evening battle royale (NOTE: no battle royale happened.) The song is from the Bromance #11 single.

AUDIO: Brodinski featuring Theophilus London’s “Gimme Back The Night”

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Producer/DJ Brodinski wants his night back, and with a bit of helpful assistance from Thophilus London (who is not from England but from New York), he will get it back. “Gimme Back The Night” is not just a command but the title of Brodinski’s new single, released yesterday. BTW: Brodinski is from France.

SOME STUFFS: 9th Annual Afropunk Fest returns in August

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Look at this, I think the poster/flyer speaks for itself to where I almost don’t have to explain what’s going on. Just look at it and head out there if you can, right? However, I should let you know what’s going on.

First off, the obligatory introduction as to what Afropunk is:
AFROPUNK is an influential community of young, gifted people of all backgrounds who speak through music, art, film, comedy, fashion and more. Originating with the 2003 documentary that highlighted a Black presence in the American punk scene, it is a platform for the alternative and experimental. Remaining at the core of its mission are the punk principles of DIY aesthetics, radical thought and social non-conformity. AFROPUNK is a voice for the unwritten, unwelcome and unheard-of.

The 9th annual Afropunk Fest is bringing together a lot of talent in one place. Headlining will be Chuck D. & DJ Lord of Public Enemy, who will be performing Fear Of A Black Planet in full. Also scheduled to appear include ?uestlove (of The Roots), Saul Williams, The Coup, K-OS, Danny Brown, Jean Grae, Theophilus London, Mykki Blanco, LE1F, and so many more. In fact, more artists are being pulled in for the Afropunk Fest as you read this. Everyone will be gathering at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn on August 24-25th, so if you want to consider this one of your end-of-summer events, this would be a great way to celebrate the season. For updates and more information on the festival, head to