Saturday, February 28, 2009

Cute girls in Glasses! Pt. 2

In case you missed it, Part One.

Friday, February 27, 2009


I hope you all had fun during the Airing of Grievances and The Feats of Strength. I won this year and just started training for next year's festivities!

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Top 10 Disastrous Letterman Interviews

When Oscar-nominated actor-turned-rapper-turned-hobo Joaquin Phoenix stopped by CBS's Late Show with David Letterman on Feb. 11, America got a firsthand glimpse of the la-la land where Phoenix evidently now resides. Where to begin — his lumberjack beard? His unwashed mane? The creepy, unnecessary shades? Or the catatonic, mumbling responses to admittedly ridiculous questions like, "How's that beard working out for ya?"

After several failed attempts to jolt Phoenix out of his stupor, Letterman finally resorted to biting sarcasm: "What can you tell us about your days with the Unabomber?" For its part, the crowd loved it. Phoenix, not so much. ("Are you f___ing serious?" he asked after Letterman sidekick Paul Shaffer let out a maniacal laugh; though Phoenix's behavior begs the same question.) Bidding his oddball guest adieu, Letterman quipped, "And, uh, Joaquin, I'm sorry you couldn't be here tonight," before adding, "We owe an apology to Farrah Fawcett."


swiped from TIME!

Monday, February 23, 2009

Kanye West - The Lost Songs (2009)

1. Milton Nascimento - Intro (0:53)
2. Consequence - Don't Forget Em (Remix) (Feat. Kanye West) (4:20)
3. Bump J - Move Around (Produced By Kanye West) (3:54)*
4. Tricky Daddy - Can't Say No (Feat. Kanye West) (2:14)
5. Consequence - Turn Yaself in (Feat. Kanye West) (3:17)
6. GLC - Take Me Out (Feat. Shayla G) (Prod. By Kanye West) (3:31)
7. AZ - Love is All Love (Produced By Kanye West) (3:40)
8. Cassius Henry - The One (Feat. Freeway) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:44)
9. Skyzoo - I Got It Covered (Produced By Kanye West) (3:39)
10. Shawnna - What Can I Do (Feat. Missy Elliott) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:24)
11. Mystic - Breathe (Better Days) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:53)
12. Kanye West - Downtown (Feat. Consequence & Abstract Mind State) (3:56)
13. Tiarra Marie - Make Her Feel Good (Remix) (Feat. Kanye West & Jay-Z) (3:28)
14. Young Blaze - Work It Out (Produced By Kanye) (4:38)
15. Young Leek - Where U Should Be (Feat. Kanye West & Ne-Yo) (3:27)
16. Nappy Roots - These Walls (Produced By Kanye West) (3:53)
17. DJ Kayslay - No Problems (Featuring Jaheim, Nore, Nature & Left Gunz) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:26)
18. Infamous Syndicate - Clock Strikes (Feat. Fatal) (Produced By Kanye West) (4:18)
19. Pharcity - Can't Say No (Feat. Xavier, Aeon & Kanye West) (4:37)
20. Made Men - Is It You? (Deja Vu) (Remix) (Feat. Carden, Mase & Big Pun) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:41)
21. Nick Cannon - My Wife (Feat. Slim) (Produced By Kanye West) (3:17)
22. Kanye West - Roommates (Feat. Consequence) (3:40)

Bonus Tracks:
23. Bump J - Lock Me Down (Feat. Rick James) (Produced By Kanye West) (Tagged) (4:06)*
24. Busta Rhymes - Dangerous (Kanye West Remix) (2:27)
25. Scarface - Steve Francis Reebok Commercial (Prod. By Kanye West) (0:58)


Unity - trip down memory lane

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sir J. Wellington / UGO Капает Empire Label (this sh*t is hilarious)

This is kinda funny in small doses. Basically two totally different takes on Rick Ross' 2006 Hit "Hustlin".

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Lenny Kravitz + Jazzanova

Lenny Kravitz + Jazzanova & Soulful House!

Lenny Kravitz - breathe (jazzanova remix)

Lenny Kravitz - Breathe (original)

Ralf Gum Feat. Monique Bingham - "Kissing Strangers" (Feliciano Vocal Mix)

ovasoul7 "Lovin Me" (DJSpinna organic vocal)

Tortured Soul "Might do somthing wrong"

Nicola Conte "the in samba" (KyotoJazz Massive remix)

Jeremy Ellis(aka Ayro) "Take your Time"

Da Lata "Ronco Da Cuica"

Ivana Santilli "Living Love Song"

Friday, February 20, 2009

MF DOOM - DOOM (2009)


██¦ MF Doom - Doom Ì██▓ ██
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██ ARTiST..: MF Doom █▓ ██
██ ALBUM...: Doom █▓ ██
██ GENRE...: Hip-Hop █▓▄▀
██ LABEL...: n/a █▀ ▄█
██ RiPPER..: BbH ▀ ▄▀▄█
██ RiP.DATE: Feb-20-2009 ██
██ STR.DATE: 000-00-0000 ██
██ SiZE....: 94,0 MB ██
██ ENCODER.: Lame v3.97 -V2 --vbr-new ██
██ GRABBER.: EAC Secure Mode ██
██ SOURCE..: CDDA ██
█▓ BiTRATE.: VBRkbit - 44.1kHz - Joint-Stereo ██
▓▒ PLAYTiME: 78:42 min ██
▒░ TRACKS..: 39 ██
░ WEBSiTE.: n/a

██ 01. 01:12 Gunfight ██
██ 02. 02:15 Trap Door ██
██ 03. 01:56 Sniper Elite ██
██ 04. 01:47 Get 'Er Done ██
██ 05. 01:34 Distant Star ██
██ 06. 01:33 Mash's Revenge ██
██ 07. 01:52 A New World ██
██ 08. 00:33 Interlude (MF Doom & Madlib) ██
██ 09. 01:28 Fire In The Hole (Remix) ██
██ 10. 02:59 My Favorite Ladies / Remain (Feat. Jose Gonz-Lez) ██
██ 11. 02:05 3.214 ██
██ 12. 01:16 Doom ██
██ 13. 00:57 A Millie (Freestyle) ██
██ 14. 01:49 Paper Planes (Freestyle) ██
██ 15. 02:13 Kookies (Just Blaze Remix) ██
██ 16. 00:51 Interlude (Doom Imposter) ██
██ 17. 01:48 I Hear Voices (Live) ██
██ 18. 00:57 Project Jazz ██
██ 19. 02:37 Blochemical Equation (Feat. RZA) ██
██ 20. 02:14 The Mask (Feat. Ghostface) ██
██ 21. 02:28 Angeles (Feat. Ghostface) ██
██ 22. 03:22 Potholderz (Feat. Count Bass D) ██
██ 23. 02:06 Boulder Holder ██
██ 24. 02:14 Monkey Suit ██
██ 25. 01:54 Never Go Pop ██
██ 26. 00:07 Intermission (Words From Nas....) ██
██ 27. 01:37 Can't Reform Em ██
██ 28. 03:11 Air ██
██ 29. 02:27 Pearls ██
██ 30. 03:24 Helpless Fool ██
██ 31. 02:50 Running Around With Another ██
██ 32. 03:07 Cold One ██
██ 33. 02:07 Butter King Jewels ██
██ 34. 01:46 Sermon ██
██ 35. 03:02 Borrowed Time ██
██ 36. 02:09 No Brain ██
██ 37. 02:11 All Caps ██
██ 38. 03:00 Da SuperFriendz (Feat. Vast Aire) ██
██ 39. 01:44 Rock Cocaine Flow

██ Kinda like a MF Doom best of. ██
██ Some fan faves, some rare goodies, some remixes... all bombs! ██

Thursday, February 19, 2009

How I Went From Prep School to Prison by John Forté

Being accepted into Exeter allowed me to escape my violent, crack-ridden neighborhood in Brooklyn. And yet, I somehow ended up in prison like so many other young black men.

I never dreamt about being in prison during my incarceration. Every once in a while, I dreamt that one or more of my friends (from inside) and I were hanging out at one of the places I missed and remembered—New York City, the Exeter campus, the recording studio. But to my recollection, I never had a dream that took place in prison. The most frequent destination in the dream state was the house in which I spent my adolescence, on Legion Street in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

Brownsville, with the help of the times (i.e. the proliferation of crack cocaine in every major city in the US during the mid-1980s), acquired an Enter-at-Your-Own-Risk reputation. The so-called luxuries that were afforded to drug dealers (cars, jewelry, and clothes) came with a price—the seemingly inexorable final destinations of prison and/or violent death.

I would lay awake in bed, numb to the gunfire just outside my window, counting the shots like sheep.

Notwithstanding the statistics (one in nine black men between the ages of 20 and 34 are currently incarcerated within the criminal-justice system), the promise and proximity of drug dealing is oftentimes too influential to be overcome by logic and intuition.

For as long as I could remember, being from the city was associated with an innate swagger, a defense mechanism built on skepticism and bravado. Keep your guard up! Don’t be nobody’s fool! That kind of thinking. The durability of youth in the 1980s in Brownsville and other similar places was replaced with a mentality that was as empowering as it was impossible to bear.

Brownsville! Never ran… never will.

Do-or-die Bed-Stuy.

Gangs were born and buried throughout Brooklyn and the other boroughs in the late 1960s and ‘70s. Back then, however, disputes were predominantly settled with fists. The wealth (or at least the illusion of wealth) that was created in the 1980s also brought with it a bloody, news-making urban warfare, where a worst-case scenario was not a night in a county jail cell and being admonished by an infirmary nurse for your involvement in a brawl. The violence that began to define the era was a game changer, one that required incredulous family members to “please identify the body.”

I remember sitting on my bedroom floor in our second-story apartment watching the evening news. The scenes of violence in Beirut (even in snowy black and white) were enough to leave a deep impression on my young psyche. How can people live there? I wondered. Why don’t they move? Later that night, I would lay awake in bed, numb to the gunfire just outside my window, counting the shots like sheep.

Continued Here....

John Forté is a Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer from Brooklyn, New York. A classically trained violinist , he is known for his work with the multi-platinum group, The Fugees. Forté was granted a commutation by President George W. Bush on November 24, 2008 after having served more than seven years of a 14-year federal prison sentence for a drug offense.

More John Forte Here.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

J Dilla - Dillanthology

Artist: VA
Title: J. Dilla-Dillanthology
Label: Rapster / !K7
Genre: Hip-Hop
Bitrate: 172kbit av.
Time: 00:46:42
Size: 61.04 mb
Rip Date: 2009-02-14
Str Date: 2009-03-31

1. The Pharcyde - Runnin' 5:03
2. Slum Village - Fall In Love 3:48
3. Common - The Light 4:03
4. Erykah Badu - Didn't Cha Know 3:58
5. De La Soul - Stakes Is High 4:39
6. Busta Rhymes - Show Me What You Got 3:44
7. The Roots - Dynamite 4:46
8. A.G. Feat. Aloe Blacc - Hip Hop Quotable 3:36
9. The Pharcyde - Drop 5:44
10. Amp Fiddler - I Believe In You 3:43
11. Steve Spacek - Dolla 3:38


Sunday, February 15, 2009

Cam'ron - "I Used to Get It In Ohio" video prelude

Cam'ron "I Used to Get It In Ohio" video prelude from Miss Info on Vimeo.


blu - herfavoritecolo(u)r mixtape

blu - herfavoritecolo(u)r



Saturday, February 14, 2009

Drake - So Far Gone

1. Lust For Life
2. HoustonAtlantaVegas
3. Successful (feat. Trey Songz)
4. Let's Call It Off
5. November 18th
6. Ignant Shit (feat. Lil' Wayne)
7. A Night Off
8. Say What's Real
9. Little Bit (feat. Lykke Li)
10. Best I've Ever Had
11. Unstoppable (feat. Santogold and Lil' Wayne)
12. Uptown (feat. Bun B)
13. Sooner Than Later
14. The Calm
15. Bria's Interlude
16. Outro
17. Brand New


Friday, February 13, 2009

DJ Wriestpect presents THE PINK TAPE VOL.1

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Obsessives: 88-Keys (ralph lauren)

Rapper-producer 88-Keys claims to have worn nothing but Ralph Lauren every day since 1993. We stopped by his Harlem apartment to investigate.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Kiss My Ass/The Champ Is Here Pt2


Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Mick Boogie & ADELE "1988"....Adele88


Monday, February 9, 2009

the sopranos, uncensored.

the sopranos, uncensored. from victor solomon on Vimeo.

for those of you watching the sopranos on a&e, here’s what you’re missing.

this is every single curse, from every single episode of the sopranos, ever.

Dilla Set - Sound lessons - Feb 2006


A Jay Dee set done by J.Rocc of the World Famous Beat Junkies done a few weeks after the death of Jay Dee.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

MF DOOM "Gazillion" produced by J Dilla

(J Rocc at J Dilla Tribute party in Los Angeles, Feb 7 2009 playing new MF DOOM Gazillion)
This is just NASTY!!!!

Produced by Jay Dee!

Saturday, February 7, 2009

DILLA tribute by DJ Rhettmatic (month, week, year, etc)


WHATUPDOE 09 (The J Dilla MiniMegaMix) - by Dj Rhettmatic

Also, please make sure to help out Ma Dukes as well. If you don't know the whole situation, please check out this link & read the article:

If you would like to help out & support Mrs. Yancey, please make sure to click on the following links. These are ways you can help donate money to her:

Hope you like the mix peoples. Happy Birthday's been 3 years since you've been gone. We miss you Dilla...I love you bro. "Smoke weed with me man!"

Beat Junkies

Thursday, February 5, 2009

"Strongest Man in Egypt" Married to Four Wives

Man can rip a coin in half.

Has sex with his wife 15 times a day.

Has not slept since he was a baby.

Strongest man on earth?

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Ex-masturbator T-Shirts!!!!!!

Oh yes, these shirts are really for sale. And they didn't forget you, Ex-Homosexuals and Ex-Fornicators! Guaranteed to get you laid by a Christian. [P4CM.Com].

"BRICKS" by Gucci Mane ft. OJ Da Juice, Fabolous, Ball and G, and Shawty Lo - Bricks (Remix)


Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Curren$y - This Aint No Mixtape (Snippets) and a BONUS!!!

Curren$y - This Aint No Mixtape (Snippets)
Preview to Curren$y's album This Ain't No Mixtape dropping in March! Been following dude for a minute, he's got some shit! Flow is on point & his choice in beats ain't bad!! Niggaz complaining the South ain't shit! Dropping some music from the south ya'll might like! Oh and peep "Blown Away" on the snippet(starts @ 3:16 marker)!
Download here!!!


Curren$y - Winner's Circle!

Download Here!!!

Monday, February 2, 2009

Q-Tip and Statik Selektah - Look of Love - Dilla Tribute Mixtape

01 - Q-Tip - One Love Intro
02 - Common - I Used To Love H.E.R. (Feat. J Dilla) (look of love rmx) (prod. by J. Dilla)
03 - The Roots - Act Too...Love of My Life (Feat. Common)
04 - The Roots - What They Do
05 - Busta Rhymes - Hold the Torch (Feat. Q-Tip) (prod. by J. Dilla)
06 - Slum Village - Hold Tight (Feat. Q-Tip) (prod. by J. Dilla)
07 - Common - The Light (org and rmx) (prod. by J. Dilla)
08 - A Tribe Called Quest - Find My Way (prod. by J. Dilla)
09 - A Tribe Called Quest - The Love (prod. by J. Dilla)
10 - Bush Babees and Mos Def - The Love Song
11 - Q-tip Interlude
12 - Little Brother - Lovin It
13 - De La Soul - Much More (prod. by J. Dilla)
14 - Termanology and DC - This is Hip Hop
15 - Biggie and 2pac - The Old School (Showoff Mix)
16 - Skillz - Hip Hop Died
17 - Hi-Tek - Can We Go Back (Feat. Talib Kweli)
18 - Erykah Badu and Common - Love of My Life
19 - J Dilla - So Far to Go (Feat. Common & D'Angel) (prod. by J. Dilla)
20 - Common - Love Is (prod. by J. Dilla)
21 - Talib Kweli - Two and Two
22 - Snoop Dogg - Imagine (Feat. Busta, Dre, & D'Angelo)
23 - Hi-Tek - Music is Life (Feat. Nas, Common, & Marsha)
24 - The Roots - Can't Stop This
25 - Terminology - Only One Can Win (prod. by J. Dilla)

download here!