Monthly Archives: December 2006

R.I.P. James Brown

  No, It didn’t slip my mind in my earlier post but, I thought the man deserved his own post. He died early Sunday morning from pneumonia, which was crazy to me, after seeing news footage of him just back on Friday when he was giving back to the community by presenting Christmas gifts to..

Merry Christmas from ML

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all you readers out there on the internets, and what better way to celebrate then to see RZA sing a Xmas classic? enjoy. [youtube]5MIoXIC0Bvo[/youtube] (click the video, to watch it because the embedding doesn’t work) Sphere: Related Content


Not as the name suggests, the Harlem Shakes hail from Brooklyn and probably don’t dance as expected. After opening up for bands like Arctic Monkeys (who are they?) and Deerhoof, they are gearing up to release their debut EP “Burning Birthdays”, an appropriately named five-song set powered by carefree, foot-tapping..

I used to love H.E.R. but I love Shoutcast.

I must start this post by saying that after a long year i may be taking a break from New York hip-hop. By this I don’t mean all NY hip-hop, i just can’t listen to the new shit. I feel that with the releases of major NY artists Nas and..

Missing Albums: Have you seen these? (Young Buck & Talib Kweli Edition)

  In the fall season of album release madness that includes Jay-Z, The Game, Nas, Snoop Dogg, The Clipse (ML’s album of the year), Young Jeezy, Mos Def, Ghostface, The Re-Up, Trick Daddy (??). Two albums that were near the top of my antcipation have mysteriously disappeared off release schedules for 2006. These two albums, Young Buck‘s Buck..

Wildstyle Coffee Table (ML Wishlist Part 3)

If you were looking for the perfect holiday gift for that special Hip-Hopper in your life. Look no furthur. Graffiti World is a book by Nicholas Ganz that shows off street art from hundreds of artists around the world. Graffiti is an important part of hip-hop culture that has roots..

Good Googly Moogly

More and more I have been interested in the work of Tenessee rapper, Project Pat. As many of you know, Pat is signed to Hypnotize Minds and was released from prison in July 2005 after serving time for assault charges. Now why would I choose to profile Project Pat, you..