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Friday, June 11, 2010

Sunday, May 30, 2010

I Recieved this During My First Year of College, I am Suprised it's still Making the Rounds Now, and Sad That it Still Rings Just as True Today

I just recieved this email this morning, and can remember recieving the same email back in my freshmen year of College. I don't even know if this guy Dee Lee exists, but it Touched a nerve honestly. Check it out:
POIGNANT!! The sad thing about this article is
that the essence of it is true. The truth hurts. I just hope this sets more Black
people in motion towards making real progress. Chris Rock, a Black comedian, even joked that Blacks don't read.
Help prove them wrong! Read and pass
Please Note: For those of you who heard it, this is
the article Dee Lee was reading this morning on a New York radio station.
those of you who didn't hear it, this is very deep. This is a heavy
piece and a Caucasian wrote it.
Dee Lee, CFP
Harvard Financial Educators
Dee Lee
We can continue to reap profits from
Blacks without the effort of physical slavery. Look at the current
methods of containment that they use on themselves: IGNORANCE, GREED, and SELFISHNESS.
Their IGNORANCE is the primary weapon
of containment. A great man once said, 'The best way to hide something
from Black people is to put it in a book.' We now live in the Information
Age. They have gained the opportunity to read any book on any subject
through the efforts of their fight for freedom, yet they refuse to read. There are
numerous books readily available at Borders, Barnes &Noble, and, not to mention their own Black Bookstores that provide solid blueprints to reach economic equality (which should have been their fight all along), but few read consistently, if at all.
GREED is another powerful weapon of containment. Blacks, since the abolition of slavery, have had large amounts of money at their disposal. Last year they spent 10 billion dollars during Christmas, out of their 450 billion dollars in total yearly income(2.22%).
Any of us can use them as our target market, for any business venture we care to dream up, no matter how
outlandish, they will buy into it. Being primarily a consumer people, they function
totally by greed. They continually want more, with little thought for saving
or investing. They would rather buy some new sneaker
than invest in starting a business. Some even neglect their children to
have the latest Tommy or FUBU, And they still think that having a Mercedes,
and a big house gives them 'Status' or that they have achieved their Dream.
They are fools! The vast majority of their people are still in poverty because their greed holds them back from collectively making better communities.
With the help of BET, and the rest of their black media that often broadcasts destructive images into their own
homes, we will continue to see huge profits like those of Tommy and Nike.
(Tommy Hilfiger has even jeered them, saying he doesn't want their money,
and look at how the fools spend more with him than ever before!). They'll
continue to show off to each other while we build solid communities with the
profits from our businesses that we market to them.
SELFISHNESS, ingrained in their minds through slavery, is one of the major ways we can continue to contain
them. One of their own, Dubois said that there was an innate division in
their culture. A 'Talented Tenth' he called it. He was correct in his
deduction that there are segments of their culture that has achieved some
'form' of success. However, that segment missed the
fullness of his work. They didn't read that the 'Talented Tenth' was then
responsible to aid The Non-Talented Ninety Percent in achieving a better life..
Instead, that segment has created another class, a Buppie class that looks
down on their people or aids them in a condescending manner. They will never
achieve what we have.. Their selfishness does not allow them to be able to
work together on any project or endeavor of substance. When they do get
together, their selfishness lets their egos get in the way of their goal Their so-called help organizations seem to only want to promote their name without making any real change in their community.
They are content to sit in conferences and conventions in our hotels, and talk about what they will do, while they award plaques to the best speakers, not to the best doers. Is there no end to their selfishness? They steadfastly refuse to see that Together Each Achieves More (TEAM). They do not understand that they are no better than each other because of what they own, as a matter of fact,
most of those Buppies are but one or two pay checks away from poverty. All
of which is under the control of our pens in our offices and our rooms.Yes, we will continue to contain them as long as they refuse to read, continue to buy anything they want, and
keep thinking they are 'helping' their communities by paying dues to organizations which do little other than hold lavish conventions in
our hotels. By the way, don't worry about any of them reading this letter, remember, 'THEY DON'T READ!!!!

You Are Sleeping the Podcast: Taking A Trip Down Smooth Street

You Are Sleeping the Podcast: What Lebron Should've Been Listening To!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

A Lil Something You May want to Check Out: Broken Bells

I've always been a Danger Mouse Fan. Long Before the Infamous Jay-Z/Beatles Grey Album fiasco(which I honestly didn't think was that good to begin with) I was bumping "What You Sittin' On" off his project he did with an emcee by the name of Jemini that still bumps to this day(If you haven't heard it yet, well, read my page title). Anyway, from his work with Cee-Lo(Gnarles Barkley) to the joints he has done with Gorillaz and DOOM, he is definitely an artist worth checking out. Anyway, his latest work isn't necessarily a hip-hop production, but it is still dope, nonetheless(Open your mind people!) This new release with Shins Guitarist James Mercer(another group he has worked with), self titled Broken Bells is definitely worthy of praise. Check it out if ya got the time, in the meantime, here goes a little taste:

Friday, March 19, 2010

You Are Sleeping: The Symphony Pt 1: A Dedication to Posse Cuts

This is a 2 part show dedicated to my favorite Posse Cuts. I've always been a fan of the Posse Joint on records. There was a time when the Posse joint would almost always be one if not the best track on the album. Simply put, these Cuts would give rappers that extra nudge in terms of motivation to go in on a track and black out. Nobody wants to be the cat on the Posse Cut with the weak verse. Rediculous arguments have broken out between me and my boys over numerous tracks and who had the craziest verse. I remember reading the tracklistings on tracks and getting rediculously amped when I would read about one of my favorite rappers getting on a track with another favorite of mine. There was no greater feeling then the anticipation of listening to your favorite emcee go in on a track. And if they owned the track, that was bragging rights for days, Hell Years. Anyway, here goes a plethora of dope posse cuts for your listening ears! Enjoy, and Tune in Sunday for Pt 2.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

FLy GYpsy

I first heard of these guys while I was in Honduras. I felt my ears perk up a bit when I read the review about "A Jamaican Emcee and a Russian Producer", and I thought to myself, hmmm, that's interesting. Well, 4mos Later, they have a committed fan on their hands. I love 'em, and nothing anyone can say or do is gonna change that. Do your thing fellas, I see ya.

Friday, March 12, 2010

N.C. teacher writes 'loser' on assignments

N.C. teacher writes 'loser' on assignments

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I guess with teachers like this, its no wonder that our society is headed towards a baffling state of hopelessness. I can't even lie, this teacher would've gotten snuffed for some shit like that. I can't believe he didn't get fired initially. Hmmmmmm, I wonder what made the issue come to light THIS time?

Monday, March 8, 2010

Wu-Tang Vs The Golden Phoenix Movie Trailer

Let's Hope this one doesn't meet the same fate as Bobby Digital!

You Are Sleeping: The Biggie Tribute Mix

Nothing More Needs to be said.

Christopher Wallace
May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997
Rest In Peace Brother

Friday, March 5, 2010

You Are Sleeping, The Podcast: Ain't Nothing GOod in the Hood Mix

This mix was really close to my heart b/c I kinda tip toed the line between being broke and dirt poor(there is a difference) all my life up until now. I worked 2 jobs in high school and so did my mother(I helped her with her second job so you could say I had 3 gigs back then). Until a few years ago, my life was check to check and I better budget right or I ain't eatin' for a few days. Hell, during those high school days, There were some days when if I didn't bring dinner home from Mcdonald's or Chic-Fil-A, we would be short. And the funny thing about it was, even struggling like that, my mother made too much money for us to go on assistance, so it definitely felt like a no win situation sometimes. That being the case, I could only imagine what these poets who wrote these tracks went through in order to write such heartfelt lyrics that completely capture the emotions they felt while going through their own struggles. Sad part is, all the while, coming from that type of background nothing is expected of you anyway. Whether it is the crabs in the neighborhood trying to pull you down, or the snobs who don't live there that place their false assumptions on your back and write them in ink inside their mind, you aren't getting much help from either side of the tracks. My heart is full of admiration for the people who made it out of the jungle that is the hood and the quicksand that is the streets. Therefore, for this mix, I sought out tracks that spoke the truth about the pain of the everyday struggle in this life. Not tracks glorifying being from the hood, but tracks speaking on the struggle of trying to escape it's grasp. As many good memories as one may have from those times, nobody wants to live like that forever. Ultimately though b/c of fear, peer pressure, addiction, ignorance, and an overall feeling of true hopelessness, alot of people end up being stuck in these very real situations. Take a walk with me through these days, and completely understand that no matter how many people might brag about this life, there is NOTHING glorious about it. Recognize it for youreself, and enjoy the music.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

This definitely fits my philosophy on music, 100%

Its A shame no one understands this. Being good at what you do, IS GOOD FOR YOU! This guy J-Smooth goes into extreme depth as to how successful lyrical rappers are as opposed to dudes who think if they drop one ringtone and a bullshit album, they will be able to sustain their lives forever. Lets take a look at where this theory definitely sticks out. Harold Miner, coming out of college was looked upon as being "The Next Jordan", hell his nickname was BABY JORDAN! He was just about the same size as Jordan(MJ had an inch on him) and he had close to the same level of Athleticism as Jordan. However, he did not want to work on his game. Don't ask me why, cuz I don't know, but we all know how big of a gym rat Jordan was. Harold Miner had a shoe deal coming out of college, that of which he lost upon his second year in the NBA. He lost it because he did not perform. And we can only assume that he did not perform b/c he did not hone his craft. Jordan is one of the richest athletes EVER b/c of his shoe and clothing line endorsements alone. He wasn't nearly paid what he was worth to the Bulls while he was playing there(what price would you put on 6 titles?). His career was also much longer, Miner was booted out of the NBA within 4yrs, Jordan just stopped playing a few years ago and he started long before Harold Miner did. Skills pay the bills people. Its the same in every other genre of, well anything really. It should not be any different in hip hop music, but for whatever reason, people want to put forth that illusion that you have to pretend to be stupid and dumb yourself down in order to sell records. Not true ya'll, get it together.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Friday, February 26, 2010

Video: Jay Electronica Praises Soulja Boy

Video: Jay Electronica Praises Soulja Boy
You know, I gotta give Jay Electronica alot of credit. Not just for his skills, but for the fact that he is possibly the most humble, modest cat to have ever raised an eyebrow in hip hop and at the same time be that talented. Most dudes who are blessed with his ability would go out of their way to diss and challenge anyone on a daily basis(Canibus, anyone?), but not this guy. I mean, he actually went out of his way to give Soulja Boy props! I know I wouldn't do that if placed in the same position, so I gotta give this man his just due. Wiseman, teach us more!LOL Ya'll look out for this guy soon.

You Are Sleeping: Episode 6 Lyricists Love the Ladies

Real Emcees Love Women! Real Emcees Know how to put those words and feelings to paper in ways other than, "Yeah Bitch you fine, It ain't trickin' if you got it, and I just bought you five drinks, lets fuck!" Whether its heads talking about there preferences, what the ladies look like, one night stands, or deep relationships, this mix provides just a few examples of real spittin' about the embodiments of sugar and spice. Shit real women might actually want to hear! Joints where you make them actually feel sexy(That's the key, rookies)! Joints where women may actually feel and recognize how we feel about them. I slipped on a few, but hey, no one is perfect. Recognize the real ya'll, and enjoy!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Monday, February 22, 2010

Herbal Verbals: Sweet Dedications to Miss Mary Jane

Wussup Peoples! What I am doing right now might as well be considered blasphemy considering I have never smoked weed in my life!!LOL However, I am not a snob who thinks there is something wrong with people that do. In fact, this mix was made specifically to pay TRIBUTE to the genious that this little green plant has inspired musically over the years. Much due respect to these artists; and to all my dro blowin, hash smokin, bowl token, blunt rollin' heads out there, do your thing but be safe peoples.
One Love

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

zSHARE - DJ Hyphen and J. Moore - Sunday Night Sound Session_ Show 246_ 2-14-10.mp3

zSHARE - DJ Hyphen and J. Moore - Sunday Night Sound Session_ Show 246_ 2-14-10.mp3
Peace to my brothers over at the Audacity of Dope! Love ya'll Dudes, man, keep this show going. Here goes what they threw together for Valentine's Day. It wasn't like my mix tho, they ain't ready! :-)

Friday, February 12, 2010

You Are Sleeping Episode 4: Love Potion # 9

Caution, exposure to this mix has caused couples to disappear into their bedrooms and not return for days on end. It is recommended that this mix be played as an accomplice to candlelit dinners, and bedrooms equipped with black or red lights. Happy Valentine's Day to You All, you are extremely welcome in advance! :-)
Get it Here

Thursday, February 11, 2010

2 Things real quick...........Haiti and John Mayer

I got 2 Things to get off my chest right now. I'm not gonna be too serious on this joint too often, but there is always a moment where you need to let folks know the real. And the real today is A: People Need to Stop Complaining about the relief aid being sent to Haiti, and B: John Mayer needs to be duffed in the mouth.

OK, A, why are people complaining about the blessings being given to the Haitian people? Yes, we all got together and raised a large amount of money to give to Haiti(don't forget to make your donation, people are still suffering and dying over there. Check the page for the link), in the midst of this country being in a financial crisis. If anything, this really makes a statement as far as what are true standing is on this planet, where we can be considered "in financial crisis" but still have the means to help another country recently struck by disaster and tragedy. Bottom line, helping those people over there was the "Human" thing to do, period. You wouldn't ignore a man who you saw shot, dying in the street would you? Yes, we have our own problems in America, but we need to really put our issues in perspective. Those people out there live like shit, period. They come out here to the States, see folks who live in the impoverished areas and are like, "Ya'll muhfuckas is RICH"! A large percentage of those people out there live in houses with rusted tin roofs, dirt floors and no running water. That's ALL some of those people had, and now they don't even have that because it was destroyed by an earthquake whose total force was equal to that of the A-Bomb that was dropped in Hiroshima, Japan. It would've been a crime NOT to help those people.

B, I think John Mayer is gonna have to get extra security. He just shot himself directly in the foot with his recent comments in an interview with Playboy. It does not surprise me though because this mentality is still prevalant in our country. What did your boy say in "A Soldier's Story", oh yeah, "They Still Hate YOU!"
Now this is not relevant to all people, but there are a large percentage of white people who do feel this way(And Vice Versa, just because your black don't mean your not racist. Hating someone for the color of their skin is just foul). The same ones who eat, drink, work, and play with black people are the same ones who would lose their minds if their daughter brought a black man home to announce their engagement. John should be a little extra ashamed of himself though. He plays the damn blues guitar for God's Sake! He recieves all types of props and accolades from Black Artists and has millions of Black fans. Yet, he felt bold enough to say some shit like that in a worldwide distributed publication! Did he not realize the magnitude of what he was saying. Did he not recognize the ramifications a statement like this could cause him. What's frightening is that it may not cost him a thing. We as African Americans don't seem to hold our women up to a high enough standard to begin with. We might just ignore it and say, "FUck it, I love that dudes music anyway, who cares who he fucks". We did it with R.Kelly, right, "Cuz He Good!" Who cares if someone else added to the already too prevalent mindstate that black women aren't beautiful. Oh Well, I can only do what I do and I am a hater anyway so, NOW DELETING COMMON FT JOHN MAYER-GO.

RIP Jay Dilla! Peace to RappersIKnow for this Jewel

It truly is a shame these two never got to work together. Peep it as they get DILLMATIC! Props to SqueekBoogie for the Jewel!
Get It Here

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

People Called me a Hater for saying this, well, hear it from the horse's mouth!

Vick admits to laziness and complacency in Atlanta


There are a lot of Atlanta Falcons fans who still love Michael Vick(notes), and will always love Michael Vick. Why this is so, I'm not entirely sure, because it seems like with each passing day, Michael Vick makes a new effort to let the people at Atlanta know that he played them for chumps, every single step of the way.

First, while he was supposed to be saving the franchise and leading them to the promised land, he was also busy unleashing a holy war on the puppies of the area.

That's a crime, of course, and it cost him a good portion of his football career and ended his stay with the Falcons. If you want to stick by Vick's side through that, that's fine. I get it. He's a man, he made a mistake, and he deserves forgiveness. As long as he's dedicated to the home team, we can forgive a human foible and move on, right?

Well, what if, at the same time, he didn't give a damn about the home team, either?

Vick told 790 AM The Zone in Atlanta that while he played for the Falcons, he wasn't giving 100%. Now, I'm sure a lot of people already had a hunch that Vick didn't get the most out of his abilities, but hearing him admit is another thing. Vick openly admits that he wasn't anywhere near the quarterback he should have been. From

"There was a lot more I could have done off the field and in the film room that could have elevated my game to a different level," Vick said. "I was complacent at the time, somewhat lazy, and I settled for mediocrity. I thought what I was doing was enough."


"Just imagine what I could have been doing if I really would have been applying myself. That's a regret I have."

Now, there are a real crimes, and there are crimes against sports. Obviously, real crimes are worse.

But crimes against sports can be funny things. In a way, they're a bigger betrayal, because when we care so much and invest so much energy in our favorite players in teams, it can hurt to know that they didn't care even as much as you did.

Take Pete Rose, for example. His major offense in life was a crime against sports. He bet on baseball. Yet, he's barred from the game, he's become a joke and he's basically a sports pariah. And yet, how many wife beaters and guys with multiple DUIs -- real crimes that are clearly worse -- take the field with no real consequences, day in and day out?

This newest Vick crime, the one against sports, is a serious one, because he's gotten some insane amounts of unconditional love from the people of Atlanta, and what did he give them in return? Was he a model citizen and pillar of the community? No. Did he bust his hump to help the Falcons and work hard to be the best player he could be? Nope. He just admitted as much.

It seems like the love in that relationship has only gone one way. They loved Vick, and in return, he took their money, he took their cheers on Sunday, and he spit in their faces. Not just by his off-field activities, but by not caring about the game, either.

Props to MJD over at Yahoo. I know we should let the man live, but damn Mike, you comin squeaky clean huh?

Thursday, February 4, 2010

You Are Sleeping, The Podcast Episode 3, The Mindstate of the Grind/We Gonna Make It

No matter what you are doing to make ends meet in your life, while the end results are fulfilling and give you a sense of worth, the things you have to do to get there are what suck. And it doesn't matter what you do, what your grind or hustle is, it will take a toll on you. At the end of the day, you may feel triumphant, you may just want to relax, you may feel like a champion, but the process is why we call it the Grind. This was the mindset I was in while making this mix. The thrill of the hustle, the drain of the grind, the joy and feeling of triumph at the conclusion of your day, and the satisfaction of being able to finally rest. Here's to all of my people out there gettin' it done. Be proud of yourselves and recognize your worth. Realize that the road is never easy, and there is always gonna be things or people that step in your way to deter you from what your end goal is. However, push through those obstacles and you will reap the benefit in the end. We will get there peeps, we will get there. Much Love

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Late Night with The Roots!

Over the next week or so, I will be posting the incredible work by the Legendary Roots Crew! For those who don't know, This group has over 15years strong in the game. Right now, they are the resident band for Late Night With Jimmy Fallon(Its a great position, but it truly does not serve them justice, they should not play second fiddle to anyone). Needless to say, they are AMAZING! Besides the INCREDIBLE instrumentals, I find it amazing that Black Thought comes in and just seemlessly destroys these dudes' tracks. I find it amazing how the group as a whole will probably never get the credit they truly deserve, despite everything they have done for the music in their career. In the meantime, check Luda and the Thought bless this joint. Remember, They Do it for Hip Hop!
Much Love to Questlove! Peace to Rap Godfathers!

Download Joell Ortiz Exhibit mp3

Download Joell Ortiz Exhibit mp3

This dude Joell goes in over the Exhibit C track and teaches us a little about Hatian history. Lets go people

Erykah Badu ft. Lil Wayne

Erykah Badu ft. Lil Wayne
Why Erykah, Why?!!!!!!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Pill’s Creative Loafing Cover

Pill’s Creative Loafing Cover
Bottom line, this dude is a true Atlanta product who is as real as it gets. Peep the story and check the video. No matter where you from, you front on this dude, you either fake or you frontin on yourself, bottom line. Still need convincing, peep this out

Little Brother To Release Final Album, LeftBack | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales

Little Brother To Release Final Album, LeftBack | Get The Latest Hip Hop News, Rap News & Hip Hop Album Sales
Please Say it Aint So Ya'll! Well, I tell you what, after 10 years of consistent greatness out of you guys as a group, I can understand that you may wish to spread your wings a lil' bit. All I really can do is say thank you very much for the memorable music you guys have made. I only hope that I can ya'll perform atleast once. Who's gonna argue with me that these guys are possibly the most underrated duo or group in Hip Hop History? Didn't think so.
Check Out Gordon Gartrell Radio as well ya'll. Greatness so often goes unrewarded, its sickening.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Brick A$$ Cold Winter Podcast, Episode 2

I spent half of my winter in Honduras. During the Holidays, I was on the beach, rocking shorts and a T-Shirts, walking around in 80 degree weather. Now I never thought that I'd say this, but part of me missed the bone chilling cold of the North, or make that the East coast period. Ever so often I would find myself thinking about the days when me and my boys would be roaming the streets, bundled up in First Down Coats or Bomber Leather Jackets, wool gloves and skull caps. I remember when I first moved to Atlanta, that first winter shocked the hell outta me b/c I'd heard all this stuff about HotLanta; I move down there and it decides to snow. The entire grid shut down off of 2 inches of snow! So not only was it cold outside, but my heat and electricity was off so it was cold inside as well. Its not cool waking up, seeing your breath blowing(think of what Bruce Willis' character's wife looked like in 'The 6th Sense' when they revealed he was dead). Yeah, the cold sucks, but the nostalgia doesn't. One thing I would always keep handy was my walkman/discman. For a very long time, I was a dedicated foot soldier, and the only thing that would take my mind off the cold was my music. I remember catching folks at night out on the corner trying to get the cypher going in the blistering cold. That's dedication right there. These tracks here put me into that mindframe. All my cold weather heads need to feel me on this. Throw this on and zone out to your coldest winter memories(and I ain't talkin about no Kanye West either)!
zSHARE - Brick A__ Cold Winter mix.mp3

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Peace to My Brothers over At The Audacity of Dope

"My Homey DJ Hyphen, My Partner J.Moore!"
Just showing a little love to these two fellow music lovers straight out of Seattle. DO NOT SLEEP PEOPLE, the weather in Seattle might suck, but these two brothers host quite possibly the best radio show that some out right now. And Yet, for whatever reason there are still those of you whom have never heard of it or them. STOP DENYING YOURSELVES PEOPLE, FOR GOD'S SAKE! You know what, here:
Familiarize yourselves with The Audacity of Dope, and while your at it, check the site above

Nas and Damian Marley Tracks For your Ear Drum

Here goes 2 God's Son and Jr Gong tracks for your listening ears.
I saw them perform these tracks over the summer, needless to say, AMAZING!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Boxing News, Will Mosley v. Mayweather become a Reality

Those of you who know me are of the knowledge that I am a HUGE Boxing fan. I am a true follower and admirer of the sport. Recently, we lost two very big events in the sport as Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao couldn't come to an agreement on what the protocol would be for Performance enhancement drug testing; also, while this fight was not quite as significant, it is a bit more reasonable and tragic as Andre Berto pulled out of his welterweight unification bout with Shane Mosley due to loss of family in Haiti(don't forget to donate ya'll). This being the case, in this turn of events, the opportunity for a Mosley vs Mayweather Showdown has been transformed from fantasy to very close reality. Both men's schedules are now free. Truth be told, there is no reason for one not to face the other. Certain fans may know about the issues that have come up in trying to make this fight happen in this past(anyone remember the infamous toothache issue from Mosley, or Floyd whining about how he tried to fight him 10yrs ago but couldn't so now he's ignoring him!). However, be that as it may, there is no doubt that this match has the potential to be an extremely epic match between 2 of the best fighters in the business. Lets just hope that egoes, injuries, and other numerous catastrophes don't get in the way of this match happening.

Mick Boogie x NVME x Duck Down Records - Survival Kit (Mixtape)

Mick Boogie x NVME x Duck Down Records - Survival Kit (Mixtape)
Duck Down Peeps!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

You Are Sleeping, The Podcast Episode 1 Cruisin'

Pop this in your dash while your cruisin underneath the bright stars and street lights. Stay Tuned...........,

Bun B - The Best In The World (OG Mix)

Bun B - The Best In The World (OG Mix)
Peace to NahRIght and Bun B for droppin this sheer dopeness for your ears. Take A taste and savor it. Peace Statik Selektah, you took country fried rap tunes and served that shit up in a five star restaurant with this shit brother!

Gorillaz feat. Bobby Womack

Gorillaz feat. Bobby Womack
Peace to My peeps over at Nahright! Come on now, Mos Def and Bobby Womack! What's f'in with that?