Monthly Archives: March 2012

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Tez McClain X Erk Tha Jerk “Right Now”: Southside Atlanta’s Tez McClain is still outchea working. Right. Now. Coming off the release of his second Cannon-hosted tape (Wishful Thinking Vol. II) This time he’s running with Bay Area hitmaker Erk Tha Jerk. The two go back and forth over earth-rumbling production from LT Moe. Very nice fellas. Enjoy kids.

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Yo. I. Love. Colin. Munroe.

iluvlola:

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COLIN MUNROE – THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE ft. PUSHA T

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thebookofjay:

“Only difference between a winner and a loser, is that a winner plays until he wins.”

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I miss BIG.

bodying:

Jay-Z doing hypeman/ad-lib duties on “Get Money” live with Biggie, 1996. I wish Jay still dressed like this.

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Killer Mike and his R.A.P. Music:
Last Thursday, my homie Russ (@RoundupRussy) and I were in the same place- Treesound Studios for Killer Mike’s listening for his upcoming R.A.P. Music LP. Needless to say, it was packed wall to wall. The Platino Tequila was flowing, Mali (Studio Manager and a million other things, LOL…) cooked supper and all was right with the world for a few hours. 🙂

The night was particularly emotional for Mike as he’d just lost his grandmother the day before, but he pushed on. The session was peppered with anecdotes about “the 79-year-old woman who raised [him]” and my eyes teared up more than once. Of course the music was fiery, revolutionary, and well… Killer Mike. Tip and Nelly came out onstage to show support, which was nice.

At the evening’s end, Russ and I found ourselves on an off-the-cuff mission (how we do) and shot a quick interview. He spoke on the inspiration for the album, which solely features production from the well-respected El-P. Most interesting was the role Brooklyn played in its recording. I asked, he answered, Russ shot, and Tip popped his head in to say ‘hey.’ LOL. All in all, a good night. 🙂

The Combat Jack Show (Redman) 2-29-12

I support what these guys are doing… 🙂 Redman is incredible and even BETTER in interview mode. Enjoy kids.

pncradio:

This marathon episode here was all about Reggie vs. Reggie. Redman covered all bases, from his days as a DJ, to his discovery by EPMD, to ushering in the then new Def Jam generation, to his induction into the Wu, to Hollywood, to the last moments of the Notorious B.I.G.’s life, to his medicinal weed card, and back to Def Jam and much more, this was another one for the books. It don’t ever stop.

And Reggie won.

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Cudi’s Highs & Lows: A young superstar who has repeatedly found himself in compromising positions, Cudi has mastered the art of resilience and reinvention.

Cudi’s Highs & Lows: A young superstar who has repeatedly found himself in compromising positions, Cudi has mastered the art of resilience and reinvention.

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Mike WiLL Made It: “Despite the fact that I’m 22, I wanna build this music. I wanna change the game, and I wanna bring more producers who do the same thing … I wanna keep growing and doing even more things.”

Mike WiLL Made It: “Despite the fact that I’m 22, I wanna build this music. I wanna change the game, and I wanna bring more producers who do the same thing … I wanna keep growing and doing even more things.”

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DJ Greg Street: “The thing that a lot of DJs don’t understand is that, there’s more to it than just being a DJ,” [Greg Street] says. “There’s more to it than just saying, ‘You’re breaking new records. It’s really like you’re the person between the public and the celebrity.”

DJ Greg Street: “The thing that a lot of DJs don’t understand is that, there’s more to it than just being a DJ,” [Greg Street] says. “There’s more to it than just saying, ‘You’re breaking new records. It’s really like you’re the person between the public and the celebrity.”