Light Up With The Rubin Brothers
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Bree Runway | All Night - The Hebrews were expecting their lamp to last all of one night, but instead it lasted eight. That’s like if Coachella ended up being 16 weekends long… now that’s a lot of flower crowns.
Mura Masa | blessing me - The festival of lights celebrates a magical blessing, on ‘blessing me’ Mura Masa discusses another kind of blessing all together.
Roc Marciano | Liquid Coke - It was hard for the Israelites to find liquid oil to light their lamp…guessing liquid coke wouldn’t have helped very much…
Shygirl | Firefly - The lights on the menorah are like little fireflies reminding us of the miracle of lights.
Bladee | DiSASTER PRELUDE - Were one day of oil not to have lasted eight days it would have been a disaster, fortunately that disaster prelude did not become a disaster reality…
Rico Nasty | Into the Dark - Without the festival of lights, you definitely will journey into the dark with a quickness.
Tyla | Getting Late - When it’s getting late you definitely need a lamp to light your way….gonna need some oil!
Ojerime | Empty - The lamp in the temple should have been empty on night one…but thankfully it wasn’t!
About The Rubin Brothers
Noah Rubin is the author of "How We Roll: The Art and Culture of Joints, Blunts, and Spliffs" and was the editor of Snoop Dogg's hit cookbook From Crook to Cook and the former editor-in-chief of Snoop's media platform, Merry Jane. Before Merry Jane, he was editor-in-chief of Nas's media platform/production house Mass Appeal. In addition to his writing and editorial work, Rubin has an extensive music background. His credits include Grammy-winning A&R work for global EDM phenomenon Flume and production on two highly regarded albums for Wu-Tang Clan. He is also the former VP of Music at Decon Records (now Mass Appeal Records), home to artists like Run the Jewels, Pusha T, and the Hood Internet. His younger and disturbingly talented brother Ezra Rubin has worked with some of the most-talked about artists of the last five years, but is making waves with his own vibe with Kingdom.