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Tag Archives: Hip Hop/Rap

2Pac – Old School (Cookin Soul Remix)

“What more can I say? I wouldn’t be here today if the old school didn’t pave the way.” Original hip-hop always seemed to pay respect to those who influenced them. Calling tributes and references to those who came before, the people who they looked up to or the people who were always there along the way. […]

Missy Elliot vs Martin Brew – Work It (DJ Soo’s Hopscotch Blend)

Are you ever in the mood to hear a song you used to listen to in high school? Sometimes I’ll put on a “Y2K” or “Millenium Hits” playlist and jam out to songs that were prevalent during my adolescence. The familiarity is nice; this nostalgia feels good every so often. Missy Elliot’s “Work It” is one of those songs […]

Dynasty – Star And The Sky Feat. Skyzoo

Dynasty, a ‘femcee’ hailing from Tampa, Florida is due to release her new album, A Star In Life’s Clothing, on October 18th. The Afro-beat undertones and the cameo of Skyzoo make this first track loud and powerful. Taking on the beat of an anthem, the lyrics punch through the song and deliver much like the original women […]

Wu-Tang Clan – M.E.T.H.O.D. Man

I’ve decided something: Commercial things really do stink. As soon as it becomes commercial for a mass market it really stinks.” – Andy Warhol If Drella was around in the early 90’s he would have listened to Wu-Tang. Regardless of genre or even art form, not many artist achieve what Wu-Tang did with their early […]

NOTORIOUS: Movie Review

… After Watching Notorious In an attempt to protect the decency and reputation of such a remarkable talent I am making a public service announcement that should be taken quite serious: DO NOT WATCH “NOTORIOUS.” If you want to learn about Biggie Smalls listen to his classic debut, “Ready to Die,” watch YouTube videos, look […]

N.E.R.D – Sooner or Later

Overlooked track from “Seeing Sounds.” Fresh. N.E.R.D. – Sooner or Later

Eminem – Say Goodbye to Hollywood

“People shouldn’t be afraid of failure, they should be afraid of success.” To say the least, life for the highly ambitious can be very complicated, bitter-sweet and full of irony. Say Goodbye to Hollywood, from the “Eminem Show” LP shows just how well Marshall understood this perspective. I love my fans, but no one ever […]