Wednesday, April 11, 2007

just go here...

this is kind of my new home. it's got my podcast and i post alot of music and it has info about my parties. oh yeah and pictures. its a big improvement. i promise.

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

dubstep X dirty south = THUGSTEP

This dude Nappy is on some seriously original shit. Looks like he's from Jersey and got a little dubstep mixed with crunk thing going down. Check on it here.

Look's like my dude G-Notorious, you know the US UK Garage ambassador and creator of, got his name stolen by this dude!?!? Not to hate, dude's blog is tight on the downloads, but there can be only one!

Cupid's got the hottest dance straight out of the LA.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

hipset videos

By using videos to promote their events Thunderdome and Hearthrob are a step ahead...

I think they're produced by the dude Redfoxx who continues to kill it in so many ways.

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Why I love HYPHY!

10. Stunnas
9. Fluorescent colors
8. Bringing a sense of humor back to hip-hop
7. Whips (especially exact replicas of "The Ghostbusters Mobile")
6. Ghost riding school buses
5. Energy beats (with Ghostbusters samples)
4. Cartoon characters
3. Going dumb
2. 18 Dummy

This video includes all 10: Mistah F.A.B. "Ghost Ride It"

Monday, February 19, 2007

Respect The 90's

Remember 1991 when the Celtics were actually good and C+C Music Factory was killing it? Well Gerald Green does, even if he was only like 5 years old at the time. In a tribute to the last Celtic to win the dunk contest, G$ pulled on some Dee Brown PUMPS, threw down his best impression of dude's "pump up, no look" winner from 1991 and finally gave Celtics fans something to cheer about this season. I for one hope demand goes up for these classic kicks, if only for selfish reasons, I have a pair and the bidding starts at $500 (they do call me E$ for a reason).

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Rolling Stone Gets It Right?

Sort of...

I actually agree with 3 of the songs in their top ten for '06. Gnarls' "Crazy" at number 1 is a no brainer and Clipse deserve it for "Wamp Wamp" especially with probably the best album of the year to back it up, but...

The suprise pick is clearly The Pack - "Vans" at number 5. WOW did some hyphy really hit number 5? And not just hyphy, these are some kids that goto Oakland highschool and they skateboard (check the video the see for yourself). Yeah Pharrell is Skateboard P and Lupe Fiasco is a corny ass skater dude, but these kids are on some real hyphy shit AND they don't just skate but their album is gunna be called "Skateboards 2 Scrapers". In fact, my dude Nick from The Bay was telling me how hyphy is all about skating. When I played "Vans" and pretty much any hyphy jam at my old highschool homecoming dance kids went stupid and starting moshing. It's clear that hyphy is for the kids and if the skating trend is for real, it's only a matter of time before hyphy takes the rap game and probably the whole music game over. Hip-Hop and skating together? Suburban kids will eat it up.

Check the new joint for more sweaty highschool basement flavors: The Pack - At The Club

P.S. NPR's On Point show said this on their "Trends 2007" show: "Hip-hop? Looking a little long in the tooth. Dance music is back."