Dedicated to my fellow GBM neocons...
The war machine is in full motion, as planned…. (more…)
I’m not even sure where to begin here.. Today me and the family were doing some running around, just some normal Saturday morning shit, when I noticed a tweet from Nas that caught my eye ..
@Nas – R.I.P Sis. Why u couldn’t chill???? why the F*ck U Leave? Love U Sis!
I just assumed that someone from his circle had passed, and while that would be terrible for Nas, it didn’t really affect me in the slightest. Unfortunately, this was not the case. A few minutes later, I saw the news starting to take over my twitter timeline. Amy Winehouse has died.
Heres the official video for one of the standout songs from
Mike Bigga Killer Mike’s 3rd entry into his Pledge Allegiance to the Grind series, PL3DGE, which, for my money, should already be in the Album of the Year conversation.
Review coming soon. A nigga finally done with all this fucking studying, test taking, and general student fuckery I have subjected my mind to over the past couple months.
Oh, and Orion’s Belt EP recording session on Sunday… Bitches
This is the recording session for SPITGAME x SHELLS x M-LIto x B.Ennals next EP project, Lifestyle Music EP. Come watch niggas act a fool, make stupid jokes, ride on our various enemies, and hopefully, record some dope music.
click here for the live stream
A lot of times, a good rap battle is over before it even starts– for the fans, we only see the aftermath: the public shame, the declining sales, the ether. For every monumental battle, however, there are oftentimes many other dope diss songs floating about the outskirts of the beef (in most cases, from the various weed carriers or gawkers looking to get a little blog love by involving themselves in the beef) that never got. Then there are those battles that simply weren’t documented; forgotten over time and relegated to a P-Cutta compilation.
Kick your feet up and relax, Summer Jam 2011 is being streamed live. It’s gonna be a big one!
Who will tear down the Summer Jam stage this year?
Who gonna be up on that Summer Jam screen?
Miss Info >>>>>>_____
Pat Viala is one of the best engineers in hip hop and has a wealth of experience, due to being in the game for around 16 years.
If you don’t know who J-Zone is, I feel sorry for your mutha. The producer/DJ and now retired MC who hails from Queens is often overlooked when it comes to ultra talented, innovative producers, but when you hear a J-Zone beat, you can’t help but notice a certain funky element that he somehow manages to make seem really intricate and clever. To say he has a unique sound would be an understatement.
The other thing that you should know about Zone is that he has really eclectic taste in rap music. Known to count Tim Dogg’s Penicillin on Wax among his favorite albums, his opinion may not always be popular, but it definitely makes for some crazy playlists. How would I know? Because of a podcast that I had incorrectly assumed was dead and buried in the abandoned amusement park that we know as MySpace. After asking Zone himself, he told me where to find the podcasts online, and I would be a real shiesty bastard if I didn’t share these conflict diamonds with the squad.
Thank me later. (Grey Hoooodiieeeee!!!)
Be on the lookout for J-Zone’s book, Root For The Villain: Rap, Bullshit and a Celebration of Failure dropping this fall, and the accompanying GBM interview.