New video from Sean Price for the song “Bar-Barian.” You can catch this and more foolishness on his latest LP “Mic Tyson” which is out now.
Spotted at Jay Force.
Two Queens legends who have never worked together. Well… I guess it’s better late than never. New joint from N.O.R.E. who is officially calling himself Papi… I think I’ll stick to calling him NORE for a while. Lol. Large Pro on the track and it’s called “Built Pyramids.” If I was from Queens, this would be my anthem right now.
New video from one of ATL’s finest. Some of you may know him as Amdex, one half of Clan Destined, or even from the VJC – Vinyl Junkies Crew. But today you can just call him “Yamin.”
“We might not know where to go, what to say or what to show, but there’s one thing that we know… And that’s just who we are!”
Make sure you purchase Yamin’s new album as well, it’s worth every cent!
Latest video from ATL emcee, DJ, and producer Rock Most. Track is called “Kill The Feed” and also features ATL’s own dynamic duo Clan Destined.
While this track appears on his last project “Rise And Shine,” Rock Most will be releasing a new EP entitled “RMFM – The Spring Collection” on April 3rd. f you’re in the city of Atlanta you can catch Rock Most DJing at the Glenwood (East Atlanta) on 3.22 and catch him perform at his annual Birthday Bash concert on Friday April 5th @ 529 EAV.
In the meantime check out the video, and let us know what you think. Be sure to check out rockmostmusic.com for more as well.
New video from BK emcee Skyzoo featuring Talib Kweli. Track is called “Spike Lee Was My Hero.” Taken from his recent “A Dream Deferred” LP.
Who’s your hero?
It’s been a LONG time since I caught SNL. Had to check it out this past Saturday night when I heard Kendrick Lamar would be the featured performer. Gotta make sure those ratings are nice, so they invite some real Hip-Hop artist back on the show. If you missed it, check it below. The show is also hosted by Adam Levine.
I’ve been jamming to this track every day since I first heard it a few weeks ago. I knew it was only a matter of time before they hit us with a video. It feels like we haven’t had a A-Town anthem in a minute. When the Falcons make the Superbowl this year this is what I want to hear them run out of the tunnel too.
This track is taken from Big Boi’s new album Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors In Stores Now.
T.I. SNAPS on this joint like an alligator who hasn’t eaten in 3 weeks.
“It’s Risky Business In The A!”
Who caught the first game tonight between the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets??? This was a not to be missed game for basketball fans and especially for New Yorkers.
The talk of NYC for the past year has been “are you with the Knicks or the Nets?” Since what seems like forever the Knicks have been the only team to root for in the city. Ever since the New York Nets became the New Jersey Nets back in the day. Well not only are they back… but this time their in the borough that forgot about professional sports, Brooklyn. Queens has the Mets, Bronx has the Yankees, Manhattan has the Knicks/Rangers, even Long Island has the Islanders. But despite being the most populated borough in New York City, Brooklyn hasn’t had a professional sports team since the Dodgers packed up and moved to LA.
Well it’s a new day sports fans. The Barclays Center is officially open for business, and Jay Z is doing a hell of a job repping for the new team he helped bring to his home borough.
If you caught the game tonight you may have saw the commercial with Spike Lee dressed in orange & blue (Knicks Spike) talking to (Brooklyn Spike) dressed in black & white. The ad spot was about love and loyalty. Being loyal to New York versus having love for Brooklyn.
During the summer I actually shot a tweet to Spike. I said Yo Spike you rocking with the Knicks or the Nets? To my surprise Spike actually responded rather quickly to let me know he was a Knicks fan forever! Not that I was surprised, but definitely found it interesting that the man who reps Brooklyn to the fullest, wouldn’t want to get down with a team he can walk two blocks from his HQ to watch play.
Dallas Penn even catchs up with Spike in Bklyn where he speaks on his loyalty as a Knicks fan.
Seems as a lot of people in NYC are doing the same. Which is all good, the Knicks still need fans right? It was great to see the Knicks vs. Nets game this evening which was supposed to be the season opener at Barclays but got pushed back due to Hurricane Sandy. Both teams represented to the fullest, but it was the Bklyn Nets who walked off the court with the win.
Giving new flavor to the phrase “Brooklyn Wins Again!” I’m not gonna sit up here and say I expect to see the Nets win a ring (not with Joe Johnson bum ass) but it is good to see them do their thing.
NBA basketball just got that much more interesting.