Saturday, May 31, 2008

[video] Sin "Get Doe Boy"

[video] Roll'n: Beanie Sigel

Fuse got a chance to head out to the 215 and link up with Beanie Sigel at his new studio:

Lil' Wayne ft. Jay-Z "Mr. Carter"

Lil' Wayne ft. Jay-Z "Mr. Carter" (prod. by Just Blaze): Not my favorite Just Blaze beat, but this is the start of that Tha Carter III leak. Props to Trackstar for the heads up.

A Tribute To KL @ SOB's (6/10/2008)

More info at SOB's.

Friday, May 30, 2008

[video] Doo Wop's Response To Lil' Wayne



Doo Wop GOES IN on Lil' Wayne's recent "fuck you" to mixtape DJs. The Gremlins bit is the best. Via Nah Right.

Weezy is deep. I'm guessing his reasoning for saying that is because there might be some unauthorized mixtapes out there with his name on it - but saying "fuck the bootleggin' DJs" and "fuck all mixtape DJs" is a big gap... especially with his album dropping soon.

Friday, May 30th 2008 playlist

Another week gone. So quick, mainly due to the long weekend from before. Can you believe I have no scheduled days off in June? WTF was I thinking!?

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leaks o' da week...


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LATE PASSES! GET'CHA LATE PASSES 'ERE!


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For those who aren't up on the original...

Big L "Put It On"


Enjoy your weekend, fam.

[video] Ludachrist "Hotel Crunkifornia"

[video] Gym Class Heroes In The Studio



That one jam session sounds like a Roots track. GCH's new album, The Quilt, is due out in the early Fall.

[video] Skinnyman "Smoking Ban"



No words. I like some UKHH, but dude looks like a crackhead, forreal. Shouts to E for the link.

El-P - Camu Tao Tribute Mix

Via El-P's Blog:

MP3

a few choice verses from one of the illest motherfuckers ever to touch a mic. one medley of many to come.

-first verse is from his MHZ debut “world premier”
-second is from an s.a. smash song i produced called “the harvest”
-third verse is from the “nighthawks” concept record he did with cage where they assumed the personas of crooked cops

RIP Camu. Spotted over at GRANDGOOD.

Mic Terror "Detention"

Mic Terror "Detention": I seriously thought this was over after "Class Dimissed", but no, here's Mic's latest diss aimed at Mazzi, going in for 6 minutes over some classic Public Enemy. What's odd is, I always look at the Cool Kids and Jay Electronica like "don't believe the hype". This rhyme is better than the other one, I'll admit. I hope this one isn't over!

Via FSD.

Wale The Mixtape About Nothing

DOWNLOAD (mirror) or STREAM. Tracklist below:
Via 2DB.

[video] eMC "Leak It Out"

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Big L vs. J Dilla



Via Nah Right.

Aubrey O'Day's J'Adore Cover

I think Danity Kane's Aubrey O'Day, when not looking like a complete hoochie, can take some great pics. This pictoral is an example. I've never read J'Adore, and probably won't, but you can peep the Aubrey pics here.

[video] Kanye West "Flashing Lights" Version 1



Not what I expected, but not bad either. Version 2 wins. Via Nah Right.

related: [video] Kanye West "Flashing Lights" \ [video] Kanye West "Flashing Lights", Version 2?

Dunkin' Donuts Jihad

Can't make shit like this up: a recent Rachel Ray/Dunkin' Donuts ad has been pulled because the scarf Rachel is wearing around her neck is similar to a kiffiyieh. Apparently this can be seen as a symbol of terrorism, because Yasser Arafat has been photographed mad times with one on.

Are you serious? Talk about letting terrorism win. Are people truly wylin' out, like war vets who were IN Iraq, like "oh shit, Rachel Ray has a WMD"? I highly doubt it - the government hardly has time to track, follow and help out our war heroes. No, Rachel is slingin' coffee (which you'd think they would be proud of, with the price of gas), but you know how it goes. Take the pristine, cute spokeswoman and turn her into a terrorist. What's next? Mickey Mouse is a pedophile?

[video] G-Unit "Rider Pt. 2"

[video] KRS-One, Craig G & Sadat X @ SOB's

Peep these three dons busting straight freestyles live at SOB's:

DivaSpeakTV: Episode 18



Amanda Diva's blog has moved to Okayplayer: blogs.okayplayer.com/amandadiva.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Busta Rhymes Blessed Cover

I still wish dude was callling this Back On My Bullshit, but I digress. Busta's Blessed drops on July 1st. I wonder how the final tracklist will look...

Via Shake.

[rock the dub Interview]: P.A.

P.A. (aka Prince Ali) represents Toronto, and is on the verge of blowin' up. He's already been featured on my site, from the Swaggie Piffin' Boys mixtape to a recent banger that featured none other than Kool G Rap, "Hoodfellaz". P.A. brings that raw, gritty feel of real life to his rhymes, while still trying to stay positive and appeal to the everyday cat. I got a chance to hit him with some questions about his friendship with KL (RIP), how he got started and his outlook on the game.

khal: What’s good P.A.? Tell us a lil’ bit about yourself – where you grew up, how you first got into Hip-Hop, and how that turned into you being a young rhyme scriber…

P.A.: What's good fam, I'm chillin’. Long story short, I grew up in Toronto and our family consistently moved around from place to place. Hip-Hop has always been present in my life, it wasn't like I got into it because it was cool. I was listening to Hip-Hop, literally, since I was born, since my cousins and siblings were into it heavy. When you grow up listening to Hip-Hop, you indirectly develop a flow and understanding for the art without any focused energy. As far as when I stared penning lyrics, it was a bout a few years ago, but while I always knew I could flow and write, I only started writing a few years ago.

khal: What was it like growing up in Toronto, for those who have never been? Do you ever catch flack from people who don’t believe that people in Canada might have grown up just as rough as others?

P.A.: It's not a matter of where you come from. It's a matter of THE trials one goes through as individual. Some people have good luck in life and some have it harder than others. If you come from the hardest area that won't necessarily mean your "hard", but people always think Toronto is this and that; once they visit Toronto, they realize that it's is really real out here. We got the biggest multicultural city in the world. Toronto is the only place you will see a crew that consists of: Jamicans, Indians, Latins, etc., all in the same crew. Toronto is diverse, man. You got people from all walks of life. It's just like any hood. Toronto is cool, man. I grew up here.

khal: Now, you’re 21 years old, and have already been linked to guys like Tragedy Khadafi, Kool G Rap and Screwball’s KL (RIP). How does it feel to be linked to cats that are quite possibly MCs who you grew up listening to?

P.A.: It's weird, because you were once 8-10 yrs of age and sitting in the crib, rewinding and dubbing tapes with these legends, and later in the teen years smoking and driving to get their joints but, when you actually record with them, for some reason it's not anything out of the ordinary, because you’re just an artist, making music like they are. Don't get me wrong, I give them the utmost respect and present myself as a fan always because I'm a fan of music, I'm not a fan of people. They’re just regular people and we’re all trying to put that work in and do what we love.

khal: Speaking of KL, I hear you guys were close, and you actually spoke to him the day before he passed. Was there anything in particular about the conversation that stands out for you? How did his passing affect you? Do you have any unheard material with KL that will see the light of day?

P.A.: That came about with my dude Nut Rageous & Cuban, I got on the remix of “What’s Poppin’” with them. It got a good reaction and KL was really feeling the joint, it caught some light on some mixtapes and sites like HipHopGame, HipHopDX, etc. He really respected my grind and style, and my dude Cuban gave me the co-sign, so I started building with KL. He was really starting to get heavy back into the game. He had an album in the works and it will still come out soon. We spoke the day he shot the video with NYG'z and Poet. KL made a cameo in the video. KL was a stand up dude, man; he actually was supposed to send me a joint with him and Blaq Poet on it and he told me “you got the third verse”; keep in mind we aren't that tight, but he took it upon himself to show love and do his part as an old G in the game. It was real disturbing. Music is cool, but he's got a family and anytime something like this happens it breaks your heart. Fuck music in those cases, someone just lost a family member. Much prayers to his family and friends. R.I.P. KL.

khal: Street Hop Magazine has recently called you one of the top MCs to look out for, and you’ve also gotten love from MTV (in Germany), XXL, All Hip-Hop, HipHopDX and other outlets (including spins on Sirius’ Hip Hop Nation). What’s the best accolade you’ve received so far?

P.A.: Accolades don't mean anything, but the sad thing is, that's what the game’s built on. The best accolade is when someone tells you they were vibing to your music and it touched them. You’re contributing to some type of positive vibe in the world even if it's just music.

khal: How would you describe your style?

P.A.: My style is like different moods. Sometimes you’re happy, depressed, pissed off, and whatever else. I'm never one sided.

khal: I see that you look at Hip-Hop as a form of therapy for you – where do you think you’d be without Hip-Hop?

P.A.: Hopefully still positive and maintaining, but Hip-Hop is what it is. It definitely helps you zone out for a bit. It doesn't remove your problems but it's like you always got someone to vent to.

khal: Talk to us about your recently-released mixtape, Pyrex Prophecy. Was there a set theme you guys were trying to get across? What kind of feedback have you gotten from it?

P.A.: I had the theme Pyrex Prophecy basically to show balance. Positive and Negative at the same time, but the negative in essence is positive to because it has a positive intention intended. I don't know if I lost you with that (lol), but the feedback has been great. Everyone is feeling the mixtape, and reviews are great as well. Shout out to Big Chew from Rapmullet.com who showed some love on the review. The streets are feeling the tape. It was something I put together as an appetizer.

khal: Word is you also have an album coming? Can you give the people some info on how that’s coming, what we can expect, and when can we get it?

P.A.: One thing I learned is an album has got to come together on all levels, creativity, business, and everything in between, which is one of the reasons some albums take a long time to come out, because you gotta make sure everything is right.

khal: Do you tour regularly?

P.A.: Regularly isn't the case. Part of the grind is grinding your music so that you can say you tour regularly and make money because nobody is generating any revenue with selling music right now.

khal: When do you think you’ll hang up the mic and call it a day?

P.A.: No such thing as hanging a mic up. It's not a trend or a fad. I may not be able to record at times due to life, but I constantly got rhymes in my head. It's like a natural reaction.

khal: What do you get into, outside of Hip-Hop?

P.A.: I'm just into myself man, trying to live the best way I can and provide, just like anyone else.

khal: Do you have any shoutouts/final thoughts?

P.A.: Much love to Rock The Dub and everyone contributing to the grind. Peace and Love.

Shouts to Write Just Media for setting this one up. Be sure to visit P.A.'s MySpace page, so you can stay up on all of his future goings-on. You can grab his previously released mixtape, Pyrex Prophecy, here.

P.A. "Rap Author" / "On Our Way" video:

The Fixxers Street Masterpiece Cover+Tracklist

DJ Quik & AMG's Fixxers material has been long overdue, and we're finally getting some heat in the form of their Street Masterpiece album, which drops on Amaglam on June 17th:


01. Quik Talk
02. Masterpiece Intro
03. Do I Love Her
04. Born N Raised
05. Get Down Ft. Chingy
06. Black P*ssy
07. Get Nakkid Ft. Mausberg
08. Down Down Down
09. Pitch N On A Party
10. Tonight
11. U'Z A Gansta
12. Let's Get Down
13. Me Wanna Rip U'R Girl
14. Bombudd
15. Bombudd 2
16. Intro From Roger
17. Trouble
18. Trouble (Remix)
19. Trust No Bitch
20. Murda 1 Case
21. Just Lyke Compton
22. Hand N Hand
23. Black Mercedes
24. Well Ft. Raphael Saadiq & Mausberg
25. Fandango ft. B Real
26. Dollars N Sense
27. Quik's Groove
28. Change The Game
29. U Ain't Fresh
30. Don't Eat The P*ssy
31. I Use To Know Her
32. Can U Werk Witdat (Remix) ft. Jim Jones
33. So Good Ft. Rich Boy
34. Flip It Ft. Kay L
35. Go To Work Ft. Kay L

30+ tracks?!?! How wild is that? "So Good" is a banger though.

Lil Kim Ms. G.O.A.T. Cover+Tracklist

Lil' Kim is back, fresh for the summer. Her street album, Ms. G.O.A.T., is set to drop on Amaglam Entertainment on June 3rd. Here's the tracklist:

01. "Hood Newz - Lil' Kim Free"
02. "Ms. G.O.A.T."
03. "Mis-Education of Lil' Kim"
04. "I Get It"
05. "Wrath Of Kim's Madness"
06. "Chillin' Tonite"
07. "Need A Bitch" feat. Nate Dogg
08. "2 Hatin' Bitches Skit"
09. "It's Kim Bitches (Get That Money)"
10. "Fuck You"
11. "Rock On Wit Yo Bad Self"
12. "Queen Bitch 101″
13. "Kim Gets Deeper"
14. "Wanna Lick Magic Stick pt. 2″ feat. 50 Cent
15. "Thang On Me" feat. Maino & Sha
16. "It Ain't My Fault" feat. Sha
17. "Kimme More" feat. Britney Spears
18. "Salute The Women of Hip-Hop (skit)"
19. "Keyshia Cole feat. Lil' Kim & Missy - Let It Go"
20. "Mr. Cee Speaks"
21. "Gucci Mane feat. Lil' Kim - Freaky Gurl (remix)"
22. "Outro"
23. "Alicia Keys feat. Lil' Kim - No One (remix)"

I really hope this one comes out dope.

Popa Wu Visions Of The 10th Chamber Pt. II Cover+Tracklist

This is one of three street albums that Amaglam will be dropping in June. This one is for the diehard Wu heads:

Tracklist:

01. Freedom or Death ft. Popa Wu
02. S.O.D. Part 2 ft. Free Murda
03. Black Germ (still Tricknology)
04. Popa Wu righteous Chamber
05. Hallz of Justice
06. Choppen Block
07. Phone Tap – entamishun
08. Abdullah
09. Spyz in the Palace
10. Powder (Yacub's Faktory)
11. Broken Bladez ft. Dungeon Masta
12. Medachevits (OH NO)
13. Generatorz
14. Virus (like we do)
15. Love Hell or Right ft. Angela S.
16. Revenge of the 7 Archorz
17. P.E.A.C.E. ft. A Special Guest
Bonus Track: Osirius

Out on June 3rd. Shouts to Matt for the info.

[video] Qadir "Nickname"



From the Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack.

The Hood Internet vs. Chicago

Mash-up mavens The Hood Internet has a new 23-track mash-up extravaganza, flipping strictly Chi-town artists. Oh, and it's free:

DOWNLOAD: full mix via zShare \ full mix via megaupload \ 192kbps split MP3s via sendspace \ 320kbps split MP3s via sendspace

STREAM: imeem

Tracklist:

01. Pro Nails Forever (Kid Sister vs Walter Meego)
02. Frog Minutes (Shawnna vs LMNOP)
03. Cakeicide (Hollywood Holt vs Prairie Cartel)
04. Juke And Pop (Mic Terror vs Green Velvet)
05. Superbowl Jesus (Kanye West + 1985 Bears vs Wilco)
06. Trenchache (Juice vs Liz Phair)
07. 80s Problems (Tha Basix vs Mahjongg)
08. When Baby Mamas Collide (Qualo vs Chin Up Chin Up)
09. Simple X-plosion (Diverse vs Andrew Bird)
10. Your Love Iz What It Iz (The Cool Kids vs Frankie Knuckles)
11. Sisters Of Chicago-Rillas (Rhymefest vs The Changes)
12. I Ain't That Bowie (Twista vs The Sea And Cake)
13. Hay Electric (Crucial Conflict vs Reds and Blue)
14. Watch My Big Feet Jump (Dude N Nem + Twista vs Office)
15. Ten-Day High (Do Or Die + Kanye West vs Tortoise)
16. Eatchyo Stigmata (Yea Big + Kid Static vs Ministry)
17. Smash That There (Yung Berg vs The Smashing Pumpkins)
18. Stages Of Standby (Psalm One vs Kleenex Girl Wonder)
19. Can You Eat Some More Heavy Fists Of Love? (Kanye West + GLC vs Bumps + Terminal 4 + Big Black)
20. I Used To Love The Blue Line (Common vs Bang! Bang!)
21. I Gotcha Trees (Lupe Fiasco vs May Or May Not)
22. What Chu Like, Old Mare? (Da Brat vs Sleep Out)
23. Kells-Tone For The Painfully In Love (R. Kelly vs Casiotone For The Painfully Alone)

Gotta love these "tribute to where we come from" mixtapes.

www.thehoodinternet.com
www.myspace.com/thehoodinternet
www.twothumbsdownrecords.com

[video] RZA "You Can't Stop Me Now"



Via Boo Goo Doo Boom.

Warning Shot Wednesday: "E! Channel"

Elucid "E! Channel": After a much-needed vacation, Elucid is back with his own true life tales, spinning lurid project window tales of lust and lies over Suzanne Vega's classic "Tom's Diner". Listening to this takes you into the bedroom, where you can feel the sweat and smell the sex in the air.

Stay strapped. Get reacquainted.

Damp Heat "Just Plain Folks"

Damp Heat ft. DJ Orion & Grim Nasty "Just Plain Folks": Boom bap from the back of the bus. I love the sample-work in this one.

C0² "Scream Train"

C0² "Scream Train": C0² = DJ Orion Garcia (aka Orangutan) and Cee Monsta, and come with the zany. The track starts out unassuming enough, but then goes to the double time on the chorus, with a host of flips in the lyrics and flows. Will they release an album? Who knows... they've been together for almost a decade, but if some of their other output sounds like this, sign me up!

Watch out for the weird call & response at the end of the track. Zany, I tell you!

Mars Black "Hot Chick"

Mars Black "Hot Chick": This is the lead single from Mars' forthcoming album, Stay Black (Team Love). Gotta love grimey strip club anthems that have one foot in some eerie sounds and rhymes that bounce around like it was '92.

H.B. Monte ft. Jarvis "Hood Fly"

H.B. Monte ft. Jarvis "Hood Fly": Slinky guitar flavors for the summer from BX's Havboy. If someone is going to try and impact radio, they could do way worse than this track, which sounds like it would go down well with the top dropped and a fly skimmy on your arm. By the way, Jarvis is a new signee to Ludacris' Disturbing Tha Peace camp.

Bonus Beats: H.B. Monte & Cory Gunz "South Bronx Freestyle"

Niggardly Nas?

If I were to title a post the same way URB titled this Nas feature, the commenters would be on some bullshit. Anyways, check it out. I'm still done with this nigga.

[video] Jay-Z Live Nation Interview

The Food Chain

Got some early-morning independent Hip-Hop from DC for you guys. Some interesting sounds within this, from the mid-90's flyness of the GeeDubz remix of "ROY" to early-Anticon feel of "Spring Cleaning" from Teddy Faley. There's something in this for everyone, especially for those who love their Hip-Hop subversive...

DOWNLOAD

Tracklist:

01. Cubbiebear - Ink
02. Ardaplus - Gasoline Tears
03. Caverns - Turkish Bathouse Armageddon
04. Educated Consumers - Roaring Flood
05. Flex Mathews - ROY (GeeDubz Remix)
06. Mathpanda - Bazaar
07. Jade Fox - Got 'Em Like
08. Blak Lungz - Best I Can
09. Future - Sons of Man
10. Cuer - Note to Self
11. Teddy Faley - Spring Cleaning
12. Rosetta Stoned - Last Supper

www.foodchaincollective.com
www.myspace.com/foodchaincollective

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

[video] Mazzi "Class Dismissed"



"Shit is done". No doubt, Mazzi. Shouts to Young Sav for the hookup.

related: Mazzi "Class Dismissed"

Double Dee & Steinski: The Lessons

I hope you guys weren't sleeping 2 months ago when I told you that the 2xCD retrospective on Steinski entitled What Does It All Mean?: 1983-2006 Retrospective was out today. Well, it's out, and it's the jam. To celebrate, a staple in Hip-Hop history, Hip-Hop production and sampling in general are being made available for you, for free:


Check out Steinski speaking on the origin of The Lessons:


I actually had a few of these jammin' this weekend. If you are a fan of cut-up music, Hip-Hop History, and audio art in general, you should pick this up. I highly recommend it, if not for all of these gems on one disc, but for the 2nd disc's 28-track extravoganza, "Nothing To Fear", which, in true Solid Steel flavor, takes tracks you've definitely heard before (including cuts from J-Live, Marvin Gaye & Foxy Brown), and throws in a perfect snippet of sound that ends up turning the track on its ear, without diverting you from the groove. A truly stunning back catalogue that, while not something that made Dee or Steinski millionaires, definitely made their mark on the scene and should be within the Hip-Hop Hall of Fame.

In an added treat, check out "The Lessons Live" from 2000, featuring Steinski with Cut Chemist & DJ Shadow (Part 1 \ Part 2).

What Does It All Mean? is available NOW from the Illegal Art shop for $13. Can't beat that! You can even download this sampler, and hear more tracks from other Illegal Art releases.

http://www.steinski.com/
www.myspace.com/steinski
http://www.illegalart.net/
www.myspace.com/illegalart

[video] Yak Ballz On KarmaloopTV



Yak Ballz is a dope staple of underground Hip-Hop; always good to hear from him. Big up to Chelsea for the link.

Still Dreamin' Vol. 2

I put you guys up on this two weeks ago with the teaser, and now this opus is here. Trackstar the DJ continues on the smooth, throwback groove that he established with Vol. 1, and now Black Spade has accompanied him as the host on this next adventure. Not too many DJs can throw on a mix that features Method Man, DJ Krush, Latyrx, Dwele, Jay-Z, O.C., Al Green, Main Ingredient and others, and still make it fly for your lady to rock to.

DOWNLOAD Still Dreamin' Vol. 2, pour a bit of wine and snuggle up with that special someone.

Tracklist:

01. Gil Scott-Heron-Home is Where the Hatred Is
02. Mos Def-Brown Sugar (Fine)
03. Bilal/Mos Def/Common-Reminisce
04. Erykah Badu-Soldier
05. Common/Jill Scott-Funky for You
06. John Legend-Refuge (When it'd Cold Outside)
07. Coultrain-Lost in Translation
08. D'Angelo-Me and Those Dreamin Eyes of Mine
09. Dwele-Flywun
10. Tony Williams-Dreamin of Your Love
11. Donny Hathaway-Little Ghetto Boy
12. Jay-Z-Dear Summer
13. Stephen Marley/Mos Def-Hey Baby
14. Pete Rock/CL Smooth-Lots of Lovin
15. O.C.-Stronjay
16. Method Man/D'Angelo-Break Ups to Make Ups
17. Esthero-That Girl
18. A-Bex/Wafeek/Azeem-You Should Know
19. DJ Krush/Monday Michuru-Keeping the Motion
20. Latyrx-Lady Don't Tek No
21. Koffee Brown-After Party
22. Al Green-You Oughta Be With Me
23. Black Spade-She's the One (20s Love Song)
24. Main Ingredient-Prove My Love to You
25. Heavy-She Who Knows

Don't even try to sleep.

Lil' Wayne Tha Carter III Tracklist

The first thing I'm thinking when seeing the tracklist for Tha Carter III is "damn, Weezy is callin' in a gang of favors to try and make this his firstfront to back banger"; I guess all of that guest work is paying off:

1. 3 Peat
2. Mr. Carter (Feat. Jay-Z)
3. A Milli
4. Got Money (Feat. T-Pain)
5. Comfortable (Feat. Babyface)
6. Dr. Carter
7. Phone Home
8. Tie My Hands (Feat. Robin Thicke)
9. Mrs. Officer (Feat. Bobby Valentine)
10. Let The Beat Build
11. Shoot Me Down (Feat. D. Smith)
12. Lollipop (Feat. Static Major)
13. La La (Feat Brisco, Busta Rhymes)
14. Playing With Fire (Feat. Betty Wright)
15. You Aint Got Nuthin’ on Me (Feat Fabolous & Juelz Santana)
16. Don't Get It (Misunderstood)

Side note: the name "Bangladesh" strikes me as a dope name for a producer. Via 2DB.

Mazzi "Class Dismissed"

Mazzi "Class Dismissed": Damn, did Mazzi really pull a "Linda Tripp" on Mic Terror for that "Lesson C" shit? Over the "Barry Bonds" beat?!?! Mic Terror lost.

Via Nah Right.

Mikkey Halsted "Success"

Mikkey Halsted "Success": Damn. It kind of sucks that an MC like Mikkey can murk a beat like this, but it will be remembered for Jigga and Nas rhymes.

He said "bitches become gangstas when Pro Tools pops up". Wow. Shouts to Andrew for hitting me with this. Check out his interview with Mikkey here.

[video] Tricky "Council Estate"



First single off Tricky's forthcoming Knowle West Boy album.

Xzibit: Our Condolences

The loss of a baby is one of the toughest losses you can take. Xzibit recently lost his newborn son, Xavier, due to a problem with his lungs. I almost felt that pain a month after my son was born, and it's a rough ordeal. A man is measured by situations like this, and X, you are a big man for your words in that post. Hold your head.

DJ Cable's Weekly Mix #18

Cable's on it:

DOWNLOAD

Tracklist:

01. Nas - Hip Hop Is Dead
02. Daft Punk - Robot Rock
03. Joe Budden Feat. Busta Rhymes - Fire
04. DJ Khaled - We Taking Over
05. DJ Cable - MJ's Taking Over
06. Busta Rhymes Feat. Reek Da Villian, Spliff Star, Lil Wayne, Nas, The Game & Big Daddy Kane - Don't Touch Me (Remix)
07. Wale - W.A.L.E.D.A.N.C.E.

Wild mix, no? Nice Hip-Hop/Electro vibe throughout.

Monday, May 26, 2008

RIP Camu Tao

Camu Tao succumbed to his two-year bout with cancer. UGHH heads know what time it was with the MHz/Weathermen crew. So blast some S.A. Smash or any of Camu's other bangers and reminisce on this day of Memorial.