Malice and Pusha-T stay grindin! Hip Hop Official linked up with Clipse to talk about their upcoming projects including the Re-Up Gang album and the Clipse next album, Till the Casket Drops, coming this fall.
Thursday, July 31, 2008
K-SALAAM & BEATNICK PRESENT:
KARDINAL OFFISHALL F/ SOLITAIR - AS WE CONTINUE [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
Best of Both Offices is on their game!
FREEWAY - HIP HOP LIVES [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD] link jacked from Nah Right
HIP HOP’S RISING STAR, TERMANOLOGY, READIES DEBUT ALBUM BOASTING A DREAM TEAM CAST OF PLATINUM PRODUCERS INCLUDING DJ PREMIER, ALCHEMIST, HAVOC, NOTTZ, BUCKWILD, LARGE PROFESSOR, PETE ROCK, HI-TEK, EASY MO BEE AND GUEST APPEARANCES FROM PRODIGY, BUN B, SHEEK LOUCH, FREEWAY, LIL FAME,
"POLITICS AS USUAL" WILL BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 30th, 2008 ST RECORDS/NATURE SOUND RECORDS
What the industry is saying about Termanology:
"Term has a unique desire for the culture because he touches the issues that I can relate to as a TRUE HIP-HOP HEAD..his flows are nice, and he stays creative with his subject matter...he even speaks for me and not every new MC comin' up can do
that." - DJ Premier
"Termanology puts the MC back in MC'ing, he's a breath of fresh air in this dirty game." - Bun B
"Termanology shows he could be a leader of the new school" - The Source Magazine
New York, NY - Massachusetts-bred; New York-based rapper Termanology has now finished his official debut album Politics As Usual. One of this year's most anticipated albums; it drops September 30th, 2008 through a joint venture between Term’s own ST. Records and Indy powerhouse Nature Sounds. Termanology’s debut merges the best of both worlds for all Hip-Hop fans, as its meshes classic boom-bap production from a virtual who's who list of production royalty; DJ Premier, Hi-Tek, Pete Rock, The Alchemist, Havoc, Buckwild, Nottz and Large Professor all provide tracks, with Term’s lyricism, swagger and bravado.
Growing up in the streets of the post-industrial, predominantly Latino city of Lawrence, MA, the half-white, half-Puerto Rican MC transitioned from silly freestyles at age nine to full-fledged records by 15. Constantly traveling between Boston and New York to pursue his music business dream, Termanology released his first 12-inch in 2002. Through his alliance with influential mixtape DJ (and fellow Massachusetts native) Statik Selektah, Term began earning the respect of
Boston's Hip-Hop scene with several highly acclaimed 12" singles.
At the onset of 2006, Term caught his big break when legendary producer DJ Premier, whom he met three years earlier, finally blessed him with one of his signature, scratch-laden beats. "Watch How It Go Down" instantly became an underground classic and Termanology appeared on Hip-Hop's international radar. The conscious hood anthem garnered the earnest MC tons of praise, landing him in The Source's "Unsigned Hype" and XXL's "Show and Prove" columns.
Since then, Termanology has quickly climbed the industry ranks with his Hood Politics mixtape series and continued collaborations with DJ Premier and other big name producers. Term's hard work resulted in a joint venture deal with Brooklyn-based label Nature Sounds, which he signed in late 2007. "I decided to go the Indy
route to have total control of everything related to my project," Term explains.
Nature Sounds is quickly becoming the indy home for classic hip-hop. During the last couple of years the label has released projects by several artists that include hip hop cult icon MF DOOM, Wu-Tang's Masta Killa (Made In Brooklyn), the debut album from Havoc of Mobb Deep (The Kush), most recently, Pete Rock's latest (NY's Finest).
Term has already set things in motion for his debut, Politics As Usual, with the recent leak of the LP’s buzz-single, How We Rock,” which has the Internet buzzing and features Term rocking with two of Hip-Hop’s most beloved individuals, Bun B and DJ Premier (who produced “How We Rock”). Term has also shot a video for “How We Rock” and the video will be released to the masses shortly.
Tracklisting and credits for Termanology’s “Politics As Usual”:
1.) Its Time (Produced by Easy Mo Bee)
2.) Watch How It Go Down (Produced by DJ Premier)
3.) Respect My Walk (Produced by Buckwild)
4.) Hood Shit f/ Prodigy of Mobb Deep (Produced by The Alchemist)
5.) Float (Produced by Nottz)
6.) Please Don't Go (Produced by Nottz)
7.) How We Rock f/ Bun B of UGK (Produced by DJ Premier)
8.) Drugs Crime & Gorillaz f/ Sheek Louch & Freeway (Produced by Nottz)
9.) In The Streets f/Lil Fame of M.O.P. (produced by Hi-Tek)
10.) So Amazing (Produced by DJ Premier)
11.) Sorry I Lied (Produced by Large Professor)
12.) We Killin Ourselves (Produced by Pete Rock)
13.) The Chosen (Resurrecting The Game) (Produced by Havoc)
David Banner gettin his Richard Simmons on dishin out advice on weight loss. via bestofbo
Check out an iTunes bonus track off The Clipse Presents Re-Up Gang album called Zen. Produced by Maestro. SV on his John Stockton with the assist.
THE CLIPSE F/ RE-UP GANG - ZEN (ITUNES BONUS TRACK) [CLICK & DOWNLOAD HERE] link jacked from Nah Right
Breathe...Let go, let God
Good morning. Once in a while, throughout the day, stop, sit down, and become aware of your breathing for a few seconds or minutes. Watch your breath go in and out. Fully accept the present moment and the way you are feeling. Do not try or wish for anything to change, JUST BREATHE, LET GO AND LET GOD.
God is Love
Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Rock-N-Jocks just released this Montreal Expos Custom Rust Orange New Era 59/50 Fitted hat. This is a custom design done by rocknjocks.com with New Era which is the only place you will ever find this fitted. The hat is all rust orange color with an all black bill. The embroidered "expo" log is in rust orange, white, and black, and outlined in white. The embroidered m.l.b. logo on the back of the hat is in rust orange, black and white. It is limited to a total of 30 pieces. Get yours only at www.rocknjocks.com
Salutes to SV!
THE CLIPSE - MY LIFE'S THE SHIT [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
Growin up and listening to hip-hop, DJ Revolution was one of the first "dj's" who I respected based on the work he's put in and does for the culture for the DJ as a whole. I met Revolution back in '06 at The Power Summit in the Dominican Republic. Dude was a stand up guy and had some thoughts and concerns about the whole DJ game that I found quite interesting coming from a guy who bleeds this sh!t. So, it's nice to see that he'll be coming out with an album called King of the Decks. Check out the press release below and a few tracks from the upcoming album.
DJ REVOLUTION “KING OF THE DECKS” ALBUM IN STORES SEPTEMBER 16th ON DUCK DOWN RECORDSDJ REVOLUTION F/ KRS-ONE - THE DJ [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
FEATURING TRACKS FROM KRS-ONE, BISHOP LAMONT, CROOKED I, JOELL ORTIZ, SEAN PRICE, DJ QBERT, BOOT CAMP CLIK, JAZZY JEFF, EVIDENCE, GUILTY SIMPSON, ROYCE DA 5’9, SPECIAL TEAMZ, DEFARI, TERMANOLOGY, TASH, RAKAA IRISCIENCE, BUMPY KNUCKLES, BLAQ POET, STRONG ARM STEADY, PLANET ASIA, DJ PREMIER
DJ Revolution said it best in a recent interview, "the connection between the DJ and the emcee has been severed. ”King of The Decks" is my attempt at reconnecting it." DJ Revolution did just that with his new album, as he brought together some of the most talented names in Hip Hop today, who not only produce quality music, but also respect the craft of the DJ Culture.
DJ Revolution has spent 15 years perfecting that craft on the SP 1200. He's currently behind the wheels of the longest running Hip Hop show in the history of commercial radio, "THE WORLD FAMOUS WAKE UP SHOW alongside Sway & King Tech.
Aside from his weekly duties on the show based out of LA on Power 106, and syndicated Worldwide, he has lent his now infamous scratch techniques to countless records and his production skills to many established artists. REV has also taken his skillz to the far corners as the globe and ripped clubs in locations such as Japan, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. He has also shared the stage DJ’ing for many artists including legends like Rakim all the way to current superstars such as Kanye West. Revolution has released two of his own Full length LP’s (“In 12’s we trust/R2K”) and one with his partners Sway & Tech (“This or That”).
As DJ Revolution readies "KING OF THE DECKS," in stores on September 16th, he divulged further on the issues of the lack of communication between the MC and THE DJ stating that it "is one of the most obvious reasons Hip Hop has devolved so drastically over the years. Since MC's in general decided to toss aside the DJ as an asset and integral part of their success from production to performance, the music has suffered tremendously. My goal is to re-introduce to the world what a DJ is. He or She is not just a celebrity, or someone who plays records, or makes funny sounds with turntables. He or she is all of that and more. I recruited some of the most legendary and also most talented up and coming artists to help me express all of this within the context of the music.
The title of the album is by no means a way of saying I'm the best on the turntables. "King of the Decks" is obviously just a play on words related to a deck of cards. However, it is also a statement that needs to be remembered. The DJ is King."
Tracklisting and credits for DJ Revolution’s King Of The Decks (all songs produced DJ Revolution except where noted):
1.) Intro f/Jazzy Jeff
2.) King Of The Decks f/ Sean Price & Tash
3.) THE DJ f/ KRS ONE
4.) Do My Thing f/ Guilty Simpson & Royce Da 5' 9"
5.) LADJ (skit)
6.) Funky Piano f/ Bishop Lamont, Crooked I, Styliztik Jones
7.) For The Kids (skit)
8.) The Big Top f/ Special Teamz
9). Start The Revolution f/ Boot Camp Clik
10.) Scratch Nerds (skit)
11.) Invaders from the Planet Sqratch f/ DJ Qbert
12.) EY! f/ Joell Ortiz and Termanology (Produced by DJ Revolution & DJ Numark) 13.) Casualties of Tour f/ Rakaa Iriscience (produced by Marco Polo)
14.) Damage f/ Blaq Poet & Bumpy Knuckles
15.) Willie Lynch f/ Styliztik Jones and KBimean
16.) The Biggest Up f/ DJ Premier (Skit)
17.) Blow Da Spot f/ Strong Arm Steady
18.) School f/ Planet Asia
19.) Spit Ridiculous f/ Defari
20.) Pro's & Con's f/ Evidence
21.) Calling Haul (Skit)
22.) Man or Machine
23.) The Set Up f/ Sway & King Tech
24.) The Re-Match f/ DJ Spinbad
(ALL SONGS PRODUCED, MIXED and ARRANGED by DJ REVOLUTION
DJ REVOLUTION F/ BISHOP LAMONT, CROOKED I & STYLISTIC JONES - FUNKY PIANO [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
"Double 0 of Kidz In The Hall badly assaulted by security after performance; Management issues statement"
Double O from the hip hop group Kidz In The Hall was assaulted by several bouncers early Saturday morning, July 26, while inside a nightclub in Tempe, AZ following a Kidz In The Hall performance. Group member and friend Naledge, who did not witness the assault on Double O, was arrested outside of the club. Naledge's attempt to get medical assistance for Double O was misconstrued as a hinderence to the investigation. Reports that no injuries were sustained are false as Double O was taken to the hospital with multiple injuries from the excessive force used by club security. On Sunday morning Double O underwent surgery for one of his injuries. He is still in the hospital, but in stable condition.
In the last 2 years, Kidz In The Hall has traveled to over 10 countries, have done 200+ shows and never before been involved in any altercation, big or small, with club or concert security, or police officers.
Props to SV for the assist.
ICE CUBE - RAW FOOTAGE ALBUM SAMPLER [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD
Today we are happy to present a 19 minute "Raw Footage" album sampler that showcases the tracks that will feature on the album.
Enjoy the new music and ensure you support Ice Cube and Lench Mob Records by picking up a copy when it drops on August 19.
Here is the final order for the snippet.
1. It Takes A Nation
2. I Got My Locs On
3. Do Ya Thang
4. Hood Mentality
5. Here He Come
6. Why Me?
7. Get Use To It
8. Jack N the Box
9. Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It
10. Thank God
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
I feel like right now my career is like the 1999 Los Angeles Lakers. That season for the Lakers was insane. First of all the season was cut in half due to the NBA strike so the support of basketball was at an all time low. (Kind of how the music industry is now). We had two different coaches that didn't know what the fuck they were doing. We had crazy ass Denis Rodman and this was also the year that Kobe and Shaq first started to "feud". Most importantly it was their last season @ The Forum in Inglewood, California (my home town). The next season they packed up moved out the Forum, got a new coach, upgraded their uniforms, made a few changes and revived the Laker dynasty (My goal is to revive hip hop but more specifically the west coast). I have elements that are proven to be good like Kobe and Shaq and Glen Rice. But I also have certain elements holding me back like Corie Blount (random bench player from that team that sucked), Elden Campbell and Travis Knight, not having the right coach (management) and basically the pressure of trying to prove that this team is a championship winning team.
So I'm putting together a CD titled "99 Lakers LP". And basically it's a big ass metaphor that compares hip hop to basketball. Each song's titled after a Laker player from that year as well as other Laker related things. Each song represents that player's personality but at the same time has a reference to hip hop for example "Dennis Rodman" is a track with me spitting rebellious flows over a crazy ass rock and roll electric guitar and just crazy chaos on a track. I have a song called "Sean Rooks" remember him? lol, well the song isn't about him, it's a track dedicated all the "rookie rappers" out there, and how they need to learn how to grind to get that starting spot, instead of coming in the game thinking that they already have it made. The song titled "Jeanine Buss" is a track about gold digging women. I got a track called "Wilt Chamberlain" that's about sex and I think I set the record for the most basketball/sex double entendres in one song. It all makes sense haha. So this project is basically my 1999 season I'm going to get work all the bugs and come back strong new and improved for the next 3 years…I don't know what I'm a do after that though lol. I'm sure you get the concept now.
Dope video directed by Jan Reichle for Snob Scrilla's song, There You Go Again.
Redman - Run My Block
Common Market - Gol' Dust
Common Market feat. Theory Hazit
Common Market - Tobacco Road
via ksalaam beatnick
Good looks Steve-O! via allbetsdown1
Seattle Sound has the lead-off single off Neema's upcoming release, The Essence. It's the Song of the Day on the Sound website so be sure to check it out and Light That Fire by clicking here.
NEEMA - LIGHT THAT FIRE F/ MISTAH F.A.B. [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
Monday, July 28, 2008
Rock-N-Jocks just released this Los Angeles Kings script New Era Custom 59/50 Fitted Hat. It is money as you can see Baby! This hat is all grey. The bill is all black. The embroidered old school "LOS ANGELES KINGS" Script logo in in black. The back of this hat has the embroidered n.h.l. logo in black. Limited to a total of 30 pieces. Get yours before you see them dissapear!!! So go pick one up at www.rocknjocks.com
via Hyphen TV
DJ Hyphen and J. Moore of Sunday Night Sound Session went backstage at KUBE 93's Summer Jam in Seattle on 7-20-08 to talk with The Game. They talked all about his upcoming "LAX" project, why he wants to retire after this album, his ear for beats, the rumor about him joining Westside Connection, his 'game' on the court, and more!
Seattle’s leading female hip-hop artists to take the mike at City Hall, Aug. 14 “Traffic Jam” to feature Canary Sing, Julie C, DJ B-Girl, 1st Quarter Storm and rising stars from Youth Speaks
SEATTLE — Skip the afternoon commute and kick back with the women of Seattle hip hop and spoken word. Smart rhymes, provoking ideas, and compelling beats collide as Seattle’s top female hip-hop artists gather for a “Traffic Jam,” 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 14 outdoors on the City Hall plaza, 600 Fourth Ave.
This special evening performance features Canary Sing, Julie C, DJ B-Girl, 1st Quarter Storm and rising stars from Youth Speaks. Free snacks will be provided by neighborhood restaurants, including City Grind Espresso, Hidmo Eritrean Cuisine, McCormick’s Fish House and O’Asian Bistro.
Seattle’s hip-hop culture boasts a growing number of gifted female artists rising to the forefront of the hip-hop scene. The women of Seattle hip hop and spoken word are revolutionizing the way Seattle hears music by wielding poetic thought to change society and empower individuals.
Seattle Presents is a free year-round concert series at City Hall presented by the Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs. For more information, visit www.seattle.gov/seattlepresents or call (206) 684-7171.
The 2008 Traffic Jam is made possible with the generous support of KBCS 91.3 FM, Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union, and Triamp Group.
The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs promotes the value of arts and culture in communities throughout Seattle. The 16-member Seattle Arts Commission, citizen
volunteers appointed by the mayor and City Council, supports the city agency.
D. Black of Sportn' Life Records releases a string of unreleased tracks that are now released. What's that all mean? Some music that won't officialy be released on record, rather for your listening pleasure as we all await his upcoming album. Spotted on 206 Proof
While preparing for the release of D.Black’s sophomore CD “Rejuvenation” which is slated for a late 2008 release date, we decided to clean house to make some room on the hard drive. Here are nine songs that are NOT on any upcoming project. This is simply us leaking some unheard material that will probably never be released. These songs didn’t really fit the direction the new CD has taken, but they are good songs none the less, with some great features and dope production. We hope you enjoy.
CITY BOYS [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
BACK HOME [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
THEY WANNA SEE ME F/ ZACH BRUCE [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
RAP STAR MOVIE F/ GMK [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
THE 808 [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
WE AIN'T FLY, WE SPACE F/ DYME DEF [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
FLY AS ME F/ SHAWN STAR [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
LEAVE [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
REMEMBER [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
Five Four wants to thank all its supporters for their loyalty by offering 25% off your order of $100 or more on all merchandise. Just enter the code THANKYOU at checkout. This offer ends on Thursday, July 31st.
LUDACRIS & DJ DRAMA: GANGSTA GRILLZ 19 - THE PREVIEW [CLICK HERE & DOWNLOAD]
Sunday, July 27, 2008
Friday, July 25, 2008
Rock-N-Jocks brings you this Red/White/Blue Baltimore Orioles Custom New Era 59/50 Fitted hat. This hat was made to be a perfect match for the Jordan 5 Retro Fusion red, white and blue shoes. This hat is only limited to a total of 30 pieces. The front of the hat is white with the embroidered "oriole logo" in red, white and blue. The sides of the hat are red, with the back of the hat in blue. The back of this hat has the embroidered m.l.b. logo in red, white and blue. Gets yours only and exclusively at www.rocknjocks.com
The beat bangs! T. Barker comin heavy on the drums. via skeetv
Thursday, July 24, 2008
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
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July 25th through August 4th
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We have several styles for both Men and Women from brands like:
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I just came across a project album comprised of Bruce Illest (djblesOne) of Massive Monkees/Mash Hall and Gatsby of Cancer Rising who takes on the moniker of Dro Boy. Sh!t is ridiculously ridiculous. Naw, not even ridiculously ridiculous, sh!t is bananas on some narrative type journey to space and beyond, yet it's still grounded and not too far out. Ya dig?! If not, just take a listen and then you'll understand what I'm talkin 'bout.
The "saga" is even broken up in chapters. Barfly of The Saturday Knights even makes an appearance on this soundscape that would be fitting before, during, and after several rounds of drinks or a little puff, puff, pass action. Wake up the next morning in a stupor and press play again and you'll experience something different prior to first listening to this mini album. I've had this on repeat for the past hour or so and can only hope that the saga continues in hopes of another Dro Bots song or album. In the meantime, click here to download The Dro Bots Saga. h/t Raindrop Hustla
Fuck what you heard, this is the legendary story of 2 MCs; DRO BOY (Gatsby of Cancer Rising) & THE DEATH OF BRUCE ILLEST (of Mash Hall) who after smoking some reefers, find themselves being transformed in intergalactic superheros set out on our decaying world to do some shit, and meet some assholes
along the way...GUEST STARRING BARFLY OF THE SATURDAY KNIGHTS!!!
CHAPTER 1 - REFFERS
CHAPTER 2 - DRO BOTS ASSIMILATION
CHAPTER 3 - UNEMPLOYMENT DEPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 4 - CATCH THE BUS PART 1
CHAPTER 5 - CATCH THE BUS PART 2
CHAPTER 6 - WEED MURDER CO-STARRING BARFLY OF THE SATURDAY KNIGHTS
CHAPTER 7 - STAR WHORES
CHAPTER 8 - ASCENSION INTO FUNK HEAVEN
CHAPTER 9 - MY WEED
I've been seein the Gordon Gartrell Radio show posted on other blogs that I peruse within the past month or so. Never got around to listening to it, but the latest episode is posted up for your listening pleasure. Great for those who need that mid-day boost in your work day. I'm listening to the latest show and it "bang, bang, bang, bangs" like John Witherspoon. Wish I would've listened from out the gate, but it's all to the g. Time to play catch up and listen to the first five episodes. Click here to listen to Episode 6 of Gordon Gartrell Radio with Phonte and DJ Brainchild.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
New artist, Alfamega, off of Grand Hustle / Capitol Records with a track called Uh Huh that's currently creating a little bit of buzz on commercial radio. Click here to listen to the Nitti produced joint or you can click here for the street single, 4 or 5 Ways. Props to the KH!
Alfamega's Kyte Channel
Check out this teaser from Steelo, comprised of A. Uno & Bobby K. Some shots from the hit single, Make Up My Mind video. Click here to learn more of Steelo.
...but I don't think anyone really cares. At least he can make a basket though. We the bessst!
Last Thursday, July 17th, Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys dropped by NPR's On Point show with Tom Ashbrook at WBUR to talk about his latest project about basketball at the Rucker called Gunnin for that #1 Spot. In addition you can hear his thoughts about politics, religion and his history as a Beastie Boy along with other thangs. Click the play button and check it out below! Props to my dude Will! Thanks for bringin this to my attention. via WBUR
Adam Yauch Interview Part 1
Adam Yauch Interview Part 2
Adam Yauch Interview Part 3
Adam Yauch Interview Part 4
Click here to tune into the interview along with a freestyle and listen to Killer Mike school a caller. You can check out the video of the On Da Spot freestyle over at Nah Right. h/t to Best of Both Offices
Noticed the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones from Monster Cable at the beginning of the video. I'm gonna guess that we'll be seein a lot more product placement of this new product in future videos over the upcoming months. Set It Off is off the forthcoming Kardinal Offishall album, Not 4 Sale.
Rock-N-Jocks brings you a Super Fitted with this Super Man New Era 59/50 fitted. The front of the hat is royal blue, with the embroidered 'S' logo in red, yellow and outlined in black. The top of the bill is royal blue, with the bottom of the bill in black. The sides and back of the hat are red. The back of the hat has the embroidered 'DC COMICS ORGINAL' logo in yellow and red. Be the man with this fitted, available at www.rocknjocks.com
Monday, July 21, 2008
Out side Sunset Tavern at the "who can beat Mic Phenom" mic battle and also
a beat battle that was going on, first is the homie (Language Arts)watch out for
him, second is the homie from Street Academy (Logics), Last but not least is the
man of the hour (Mic Phenom)..and a lil preview at the end of a battle starting
Click here to take a listen to Get Used To It by Ice Cube featuring The Game and WC. Props to SV
The Game - Video 1
The Game clownin/dissin on G-Unit at KUBE 93's Summer Jam at the White River Amphitheatre on Sunday, July 20th, 2008!
The Game - Video 2
The Game talks politics, the state of the economy, and rides for Barack Obama!
The Game - Video 3
The Game needs to enter the Drinking Olympics and rep for Team Grey Goose! Cut the man a check, we'll bring the hydro.
Lil Wayne - A Milli
Lil Wayne performs A Milli and Bow Wow creeps on to stage to show his appreciation.
All videos via jtruth03
Jay Smooth of Ill Doctrine lets you know how you can tell someone they sound racist. via illdoc1
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Rock-N-Jocks just released this Cleveland Indians New Era Custom Fitted done in Cleveland Browns colors. This comes out right in time, since Browns training camp starts July 23rd. This hat has is all brown with an all tennessee orange bill. The crooked 'C' logo is in tennessee orange and outlined in white. The back of this hat has the m.l.b. logo in brown, orange, and white. Very limited as always to a total of 30 pieces. You can get yours only and exclusively at www.rocknjocks.com REMEMBER TO USE PROMO CODE RNJBIW33 AT CHECKOUT and RECEIVE 15% OFF ANY NEW ERA FITTED HAT PURCHASE THRU JULY 19th!
You too can get it in with a feature spot from Max B aka The Dipset Defector. I just got the following in my inbox... do as you please with the info, but hurry, before this sale ends! Heh heh heh.
Ride that wave with the Boss Don MAX B, with a hook and a verse at a special feature price for 2 days only from July 17-18th.For more information, call Joli O'Shay @ 503.333.7868 or email JOLI.UNIQUE@GMAIL.COMOwww! We So Wavy www.wavycrocket.com COMING SOON!
Yes, oh so wavy! Wonder if I can get a blog drop for the low low price.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
The new kid on the block, Asher Roth, has put his freestyle on the internets for you to listen to yet another "A Milli" version outside of Lil Wayne. Was too lazy to upload the file online when I received it in the inbox. Click here to listen! Link swiped from Nah Right.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Brilliance! AC really knows how to get his name out and in the minds of people. Not only that, he's only a few of the upcoming cats that's using technology and new media to his advantage when it comes to marketing his online presence. Apple really should cut this dude a check. Click here to learn more from this
Strong Staten Island native.