Some of ya’ll need Terry at your office.
Terry Tate Office Linebacker
Terry Get Some Competition at the Office
Terry Takes a Vacation
Stay Tuned for the other parts…. It only gets Better!
I heard of Wreckineyez and most certainly have ran into dude in the ATL but have never been formally introduced. So I decided to get hip to him. Came across this joint he put out a minute ago. It’s pretty dope. I would say it’s music for the hipsters. Eclectic mash ups etc. If you up on DJ AM then you’ll dig this selection
These have to the funniest commericials I’ve seen in a long time. G4 TV is running these new Ad spots with a animated Star Trek cast. One of the first things you might notice is Charlie Murphy playing the voice of Spock. Theres a whole series on these commerials, I posted two for your enjoyment.
If you missed those Nike Pigeon dunks, you can cop the socks! LOL. How insulting!! Instead of Nike making some more pairs of the kicks, they slap us in the face with some socks. Unless you wearing some clear joints, who the hell is gonna see your socks???
These and other styles are suppose to be available at all SB account spots, so you should be able to find them at Ruin and Stratosphere in ATL.
YO… This came from my homie MO in Chicago.
Now you know Chicago’s been dropping that hot schitt for quite awhile now, correct? Well, I couldn’t hold this in my hand any long (especially because i see it already hit Discobelle last friday…geez). Anyway, The Movement’s very own Shala has returned yet again but this time he is bringing something that burns more than heat. Try the cold if you will. “The Great Chicago Winter”, one of Shala’s more electro-styled track is a must listen.
And, of course, he couldn’t put it out without someone like Chicago’s very own DJ Zebo putting his spin to the mix (no pun intended). Check the original track and Zebo’spsychedelicremix. Oh yeah, and extra credit to the first person who can figure out why this track is so addictive. LOL
And one last thing before i leave you to the lines of the song…I found this vid floating on YouTube. I think this person was really hooked. thoughts?
Despite the cold weather (which couldn’t be worse then this mess we got in ATL) NYC would of been a good place to be this weekend Just tonight alone you had Nice N Smooth / Slick Rick / and Chubb Rock at BB Kings. You had Dantes Fried Chicken 1 Year Anniversary Party in Bklyn. And you also had this joint below. That I just found about earlier today.
Rakim / Chuck D / Luv Bug Starski / and Uncle Ralph McDaniels from Video Music Box.Shout out to my homegirl Fadia who recently moved from ATL to the Rotten Apple. She’s finally getting accustomed to the city. If you like it now, wait until Summer Hits. Heres a pic of Fadia and Kool Bob Love. Funny thing is, Fadia never takes pictures, so this is Sooo funny to see.
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Good morning. I always tell my children to smile. I say people might have more talent than you in a certain area, but you can be happier than all of them! Smiling is a skill. Happiness must be practiced. When you are smiling, the whole world smiles with you.
God is Love Rev Run
This is a video OZ & SENOR will love. For all my sneaker heads I got some exclusive vids & interviews coming. I been up on these cats for a couple of years now. They originally from Colorado and now based in LA. They got a blazing joint called “The Process” I’m about to start blasting on “Da Show”. Check their MYSPACE & leave a comment letting em know you heard aboout em @ THE KAOS EFFECT
Black Entertainment Television (BET) founder Bob Johnson has offered an apology to Barack Obama for his recent comments regarding the Presidential Democratic hopeful.
According to CNN reports, Johnson says he has sent an apology letter and was reaching out by phone to Obama.
In addition to being the founder and former owner of BET, Johnson is also the first black billionaire and a strong supporter of Obama’s Democratic rival, Hilary Clinton. He recently took to Clinton’s defense and accused the Obama campaign of twisting her words regarding the civil rights movements.
As previously reported, the controversy began over a comment made by Clinton regarding Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Clinton was quoted as saying “Dr. King’s dream began to be realized when President Lyndon Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It took a President to get it done.”
This remark upset many black leaders, as they thought it implied that the Lyndon Johnson was more influential than the late civil rights activist in the race for equality.
Johnson felt there was no harm in Clinton’s comment and instead cast blame on the Obama team.
On Sunday (Jan. 13) at a Clinton campaign stop in South Carolina, Johnson said, “As an African-American, I’m frankly insulted that the Obama campaign would imply that we are so stupid that we would think Bill and Hillary Clinton, who have been deeply and emotionally involved in black issues when Barack Obama was doing something in the neighborhood that — and I won’t say what he was doing, but he said it in his book — when they have been involved.”
Critics felt Johnson was trying to take aim at Obama for his admitted drug use as a teenager.
In a statement following Johnson’s remarks, the Clinton campaign claimed Johnson had been “referring to Barack Obama’s time spent as a community organizer and nothing else. Any other suggestion is simply irresponsible and incorrect.”
This explanation did not do it for the Obama campaign.
A spokesman for Obama, responded, saying “His tortured explanation doesn’t hold up against his original statement. And it’s troubling that neither the campaign nor Sen. Clinton — who was there as the remark was made — is willing to condemn it as they did when another prominent supporter recently said a similar thing,”
Clinton has since admitted that the comments were out of line, but says she will accept his explanation.
“Johnson has put out a statement saying what he was trying to say and what he thought he had said,” Sen. Clinton said. “And we accept him on his word on that.”
A spokesman for Obama, responded Thursday afternoon, saying, “Obama accepts the apology. We’re going to leave it at that.” (Source)
I’ve had mad caps for years, its made me a specialist. I’m teaching a class, here’s a few prerequisites. A step by step checklist, so don’t miss, else you wreck your fitteds. This is serious business.
Numero uno: every-where that you go always check info, ‘cus you know. The weather be deadly ‘specially if its starts to rain. That’s a crying shame.
Number two: Never let your cap get bruised. Keep your fitteds in solitary confinement, ya private. Take it from ya highness, uh-huh I’ve seen mad lids get stomped by some careless kids.
Number three: Never let your caps roam free. Ya girl will set that ass up, cus it matches her new pumps. Keep your stash in the cut, it will save you mad bucks. Cap fiends are allways scheming to swipe your fitteds up.
Number four: Know you’ve heard this before. Always TRY a cap before you buy.
Number five: Never keep a cap when you don’t rest at. I don’t care if its your auntie’s house – betta bounce.
Number six: That debit card or credit? Dead it! Those spending sprees will make you live to regret it.
Number seven: This rule is so underrated. Keep your whole wardrobe completely integrated. Caps and kicks that mix are nice fits, so do this and watch jealous ones get pissed.
Number eight: Never keep hate on you. If you see another fly fitted, then nuff respect due.
Number nine shoulda been number one to me. If you eat with your fitted, stay away from that grease. Pay attention, cus dry cleaners aint tryin’ to listen. Keep your fitteds out the kitchen. Go rock somethin’ different.
Number 10: A strong word called ebay. Strictly for veterans not for freshmen. If they ain’t got the feedback say “HELL NO”. They stole pics off HYPEBEAST and erased the logo.
Follow these rules, you’ll have mad caps for your shape up. If not, grow dreads and move to Jamaica. A fitted around your temples , makes a great statement. Can’t take em with you, when you pass (Source)