Monthly Archives: July 2009
It’s been a few months too many since our last amazing Ron Artest video footage. Thankfully, since we last mentioned him Ron has not only picked up a new team, he’s picked up video blogging..IN CHINA. It’s not enough that he’s in China, but he also has an attractive sidekick..
Here’s the trailer for the Coen brothers’ newest movie, A Serious Man. Even though I didn’t like Burn After Reading and I didn’t like No Country for Old Men as much as everyone else did, I’m still riding with the Coen brothers off the strength of The Big Lebowski. A..
Off Statik Selektah’s 100 Proof (The Hangover). Lil Fame eclipses Sai and Sean. Download: Statik Selektah – Critically Acclaimed (ft. Lil Fame, Saigon, Sean Price) via RapRadar Sphere: Related Content
Turns out the previous version of this song that leaked was early. The final version includes an unnecessary verse from the prolific Gucci Mane. Banger nonetheless! Distinctly DC. Download: Wale – Pretty Girls (ft. Gucci Mane) (produced by Best Kept Secret) via RapRadar Sphere: Related Content
When does Nas, who’s doing an album with Damian Marley and won’t return DJ Premier’s calls, find the time to do a track with mixtape-slinging J-Love? Download: J-Love – Desert Eagle Mouth Pieces (ft. Nas) via The Smoking Section Sphere: Related Content
I just saw a Mr. Mecca video that paid tribute to the vid for “Flava In Ya Ear (Remix)”. Then I remembered this Rappers I Know video with the same concept. I thought it’d be interesting to put these tribute videos side by side with the original. I’m keeping tabs..
(image source) 2Pac disses everyone and their mom on this unreleased a cappella freestyle. One needs only listen to the first few seconds of “Hit Em Up” (“That’s why I fucked your bitch, you fat motherfucker”) to realize hip-hop beef has lost its spark. Where have all the angry rappers..
According to Drake, this track was originally for Rihanna. And yet, it still goes harder than “Death of Auto-Tune.” So far, Jay hasn’t given us too much to be excited about for Blueprint 3. “Run This Town” is decent and has an edge that was missing from “D.O.A.,” but it’s..
Bishop Lamont – Nothing Could Be Better (ft. Suga Free, Chevy Jones, Bokey, Butch Cassidy) (produced by DJ Battlecat, 1500 or Nothin’).
(image source) This first leaked alongside “Hallelujah” but I didn’t post it because it had DJ Skee tags. Here’s the untagged version of the feel-good West Coast posse cut. The song is co-produced by the odd combination of the legendary DJ Battlecat (overdue for a Beat Drop) and relative newcomers..