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Mixtape Mondays: Happy Valentines Day

What’s going on love birds. Happy Valentines Day to you all. Here’s some music for your day.

First we got Scott Melker is Knocking Boots Vol. 2 (A 90′s R&B Mix)


A lesson in 90s R&B Slow Jamz, this one is true baby making music.

Track Listing:

4 Page Letter – Aaliyah
I Gotta Be – Jagged Edge
T-Shirt And Panties On – Adina Howard
Seems Like You’re Ready – R. Kelly
On Bended Knee – Boyz II Men
You Don’t Have To Hurt No More – Mint Condition
Nobody – Keith Sweat
Happily Ever After – Case
Comforter – Shai
Beauty Is Her Name – Dru Hill
For You I Will – Monica
I’m Not In Love – Mary J. Blige
Love Takes Time – Mariah Carey
Lifetime – Maxwell
Back At One – Brian McKnight
Again – Janet Jackson
Have You Ever? – Brandy
I Wanna Know – Joe
Someone To Love (RMX) – Jon B Ft. Babyface
Exhale (Shoop Shoop) – Whitney Houston
There U Go – Johnny Gill
Every Time I Close My Eyes – Babyface
Don’t Let Go – En Vogue
Freek N’ You – Jodeci
Brown Sugar – D’Angelo
Ex Factor – Lauryn Hill
On And On – Erykah Badu
When Will I See You Again – Babyface
I Swear – All-4-One

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DJ Jamad presents “In The Mood” Strawberry Blues


Shouts to Goldi at Jungle 45 who hooked up the artwork.

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Recap: Holiday Event At Boys & Girls Club

Recently I was involved with putting together a volunteer holiday event for the Nike Running Store at Lenox (ATL). I partnered up with Carver Boys & Girls Club in the Kirkwood neighborhood of East Atlanta. For two days myself and the Nike team got out into the community to kick it with the youth. We did a lil mentoring, played some games, and gave out some toys. We didn’t do it alone though, along with the amazing Boys & Girls Staff, Chris Tucker, Young Jeezy, and local Atlanta radio personality Ryan Cameron (V-103) also came out for the festivities.

Food for the event was catered by the Chris Tucker Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact in youth locally. The foundation was founded by Atlanta comedian/actor Chris Tucker, who grew up not too far from the Kirkwood neighborhood. It was a huge surprise to the teens when Chris Tucker arrived at the center wearing a Santa Claus hat, and started telling jokes to everyone’s amusement.

The kids were also shocked with Ryan Cameron showed up and brought Def Jam rapper Young Jeezy with him.

Nike Lenox Team Day One


Ryan Cameron, Young Jeezy, and Nike Lenox Team.


Kids of Carver Boys & Girls Club with Young Jeezy and Ryan Cameron and plenty of toys.


Chris Tucker – And You Know This Man!


Chris Tucker with Carver Boys & Girls Club Staff. Shouts to Mr. Terrell, Mrs. Pam, and Mrs.


Chris Tucker with the Nike Crew.


The partnership between Nike and the Boys and Girls Club organization is another example of how corporations and community organizations can work together to make a meaningful change in the community.


Happy Holidays From The Kaos Effect

Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad, Happy Kawanza, or whatever you celebrate this time of year. We hope everybody is having a good time, catching up with family, eating good, and preparing to bring in this new year.

Here are two of my favorite Christmas songs / videos.


Remembering Jax Part 33: We Still Remember JAX 2 Years Later

(artwork courtesy of Goldi Gold and the Jungle 45 Family)

November 4th, 2010 marks the 2 year anniversary of the one of the most shocking events in my life… It was the night before, when Binkis Recs (Jax, Flux, Killa Kalm) were performing at Lenny’s Bar in ATL, catching wreck on stage like they normally do. During the set Jax collapsed on stage and would never wake up.

He was pronounced dead shortly after at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, GA. On this same day we would find out that Barack Obama would become the first African-American president. While everyone was partying it up because of this news, I found myself not wanting to leave my home, or even my bed for that matter.

A few days later it finally hit me. Jax was one of the funniest, happiest cats I ever got a chance to meet. I’m sure he frown upon the thought of me being depressed and un-happy. It was at that moment, that I began to pay homage to Jax. I started these posts on my Blog known as “Remembering Jax” as a way for myself as well as others to be reminded about the funny and super talented Emcee Jax is.

I stopped the posts at 32 (Jax was 32 years old when he passed) and I wanted to save RJ33 for a special day… which would be TODAY! The Atlanta Hip Hop community has officially dubbed November 4th JAX DAY!

Today instead of mourning, we celebrate the life of one of the craziest, funniest, rhyme writting, beat making, I Love Hip Hop people that I’ve ever met… and he goes by the name of JAX!!!

During this day Justin over at Kevin is dedicating todays posts on the site to Jax. He will be posting old videos, show footage, radio show footage, interviews, personal stories from the people who knew him best, as well as showing the exclusive Jax Documentary which many have NEVER seen.

If your own Twitter. Were asking everybody who know Jax or his music to share your favorite stories, songs, verses, moments, and Hash tag #JAXDAY


Happy Halloween From The Kaos Effect

Check out Señor Kaos as Frankenstein. Shouts to Eric Nine and Mike Moore for hooking this up for the “I’m A Beast” Halloween art show last night in ATL.



Señor Kaos New Single Featured on Dj Top Indie Charts


The Indie Hip-Hop chart is made up of the 20 most popular hip-hop songs currently featured at, whose artists operate independently or are currently unsigned (to a major label). Member feedback, average rating, and “plays” help to determine the overall order of the songs. The Indie Hip-Hop chart is updated every Sunday evening.

01. Mac Miller – Don’t Mind If I Do
02. The Canz – Meet Joe Black
03. Thrill Da Playa – Awesome
04. 1982 – Goin Back ft. Cassidy & Xzibit
05. Nikki Lynette – The Strong Survive
06. Mikey Rocks – Bat Phone
07. Freddie Gibbs – On One
08. Joell Ortiz – 80’s Baby
09. Trek Life – As The World Turns
10. N.O.R.E. – Nutcracker
11. Young Scolla – Stare
12. Beyond Belief – Whatcha Want Now
13. Aleon Craft – Wonderland (Remix) ft. Hollyweerd
14. Moxie Black – So Much Better
15. Senor Kaos – Bad Bad Man ft. Ekundayo & Stat Quo
16. Jarren Benton – They Love It
17. The Black Sunn – Hip Hop’s Lament
18. Aleon Craft – Brand New Day ft. Mikkey Halsted & Young Scolla
19. Circa ‘87 – Just Livin ft. The Incomparable Shakespeare
20. M-Dot – You Don’t Know About It ft. Masta Ace

Shouts to Z @ Dj Booth. Nathan @ Refined Hype. Semp @ Sol Flo. And to the fellow ATL homie Aleon Craft who’s also on the list.


Flashback Fridays: A Charlie Brown Christmas


One of Senor’s all time favorite cartoon characters shares the true meaning of the season with us all enjoy munchkins



The Kiiiiiiiiiiiddddddd Capri!!!



I saw Capri one time in the GO in ’93 and it was  I think the setup was not to his liking and his records kept skipping. His frustration was visible not to mention the fact that Twilite Tone had just slaughtered the opening set.

I’m hoping the memories of that cold wintery night at the crib are eradicated tonight.


Kicks For Kids


Because loves the kids we will be @ Adrene’s Boutique in full effect!

Meet us there with a fresh pair of sneaks for the shorty’s tonight


Flashback Fridays: A Sweat Hog Christmas


From the Hulu vaults comes this gem. The gangs all here for the Christmas episode of Welcome Back Kotter. I may be telling my age but this show used to be the bomb!

The Most Interesting MC in The World

Walk Softly and Carry a Big Brick Mixtape

Swagger Is Nothing, Talent Is Everything

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