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Wednesday, July 30, 2008
DJ Crazy Chris & Selfish Insanity present...
Poppa Was A Rolling Stone
"2 DISC SET!!! OVER 100 MINUTES OF MASHED UP GOODNESS!!!
BIG THANKS TO GREEDY BEATZ...DJ OSK....DUB FLOYD...AND OJ LOOPZ
AND A SHOUT OUT TO DJ MIKE NICE FOR THE KEY TO THE VAULT!!" - DJ Crazy Chris
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2. SYMPATHY FOR THE PARTY (CC BLEND/OSK BEAT)
3. TEN BEAST COMMANDMENTS (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
4. JUMPING JACK FLAVA (FT. CRAIG MACK) (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
5. FOOL TO SEE (CC BLEND/OJ LOOPZ BEAT)
6. MACHINE GUN FUNK IS STRONG (CC BLEND/OSK BEAT)
7. CALI RESCUE (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
8. MO STONES MO PROBLEMS (MEDLEY)(CC BLEND/GREEDY BEATS)
9. MISS GETTING WIT U (CC BEAT & BLEND)
10. ANOTHER STREET FIGHTIN’ MAN (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
11. NIGGAS PAINT IT BLACK (DUB FLOYD SCREAMIXXX)(PROD BY DJAY CAS)
12. TIME FOR THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
13. NOBODY TIL THE LIGHT SHINES (CC BEAT & BLEND)
14. ANGIES SUICIDAL THOUGHTS (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
15. THINK BIG (ANGIE REPRISE) (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
16. YOU CANT ALWAYS DIE WHEN U WANT (CC BEAT & BLEND)
17. YOUNG G’S FINGERPRINTS (CC BLEND/OJ LOOPZ BEAT)
18. DREAMS OF LADY JANE (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
19. OUT OF WARNINGS (CC BLEND/OSK BEAT)
20. WILD POPPA’S (CC BLEND/GREEDY BEAT)
21. EVERYDAY STRUGGLE vs MONKEY MAN (CC BEAT & BLEND)
22. I NEED THE FUNK (CC BLEND/OJ LOOPZ BEAT)
23. WAITING ON A FRIEND OF MINE (CC BLEND/ GREEDY BEAT)
24. SHES A JUICY RAINBOW (CC BEAT &BLEND)
25. DANGEROUS RAINBOWS (REPRISE) (CC BLEND/OSK BEAT)
26. RUBY’S STORY (CC BEAT & BLEND)
TRACKED VERSION AT 192K
MAIN DISC TRACKED VERSION (128K in order to come in under 100k for rapidshare)
FRONTSIDE SINGLE MP3 (FOR IPOD USERS) 192k
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2. NASTY CLASSICS MEDLEY (CC BLEND/OSK BEATS)
3. HONEST ABOUT THE BENJAMINS (CC BEAT & BLEND)
4. COME ON AND HEAR ME KNOCKIN (CC BLEND/OSK BEAT)
5. LEMME GET SATISFACTION (CC BEAT & BLEND)
6. YA GAME IS COLD (CC BLEND/OJ LOOPZ BEAT)
7. HOT STUFF CHANGED (CC BEAT & BLEND)
8. PRODIGAL SON IS HYPNOTIZED (CC BEAT & BLEND)
9. ANYBODY SEEN MY NUT (CC BEAT & BLEND)
10. THE LAST CHANCE (CC BEAT & BLEND)
11. RAIN FELL ON THE LAST DAY (CC BEAT & BLEND)
BACKSIDE BLENDZ TRACKED 192k
BACKSIDE BLENDZ SINGLE MP3 (FOR IPOD USERS)192k
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Nintendo is proposing mind-control for it's next generation wii.
T3 gives a little clue that all you have is a headset accessory that uses brainwaves to control characters and features immersing in-ear headphones.
Though brain-wave technology has already become a reality with Emotive pioneering in-game systems, but soon it seems Nintendo will come out with the first mind-controlled console on the market.
Via MTV News
Last week, Nas told MTV News that he was dreaming about doing entire albums with Dr. Dre and DJ Premier. There's one other person he wants to go for an extended play with, a collaborator who may be a little easier to wrangle than the two production greats: his wife, Kelis.
"Me and my wife was thinking about doing this record together," he said.
Nas also said that since he has so many unreleased records in the can, it would be very logical to put out a Lost Tapes 2. But let's be very clear, the Queens legend isn't pulling the plug on Untitled anytime soon. It was the #1 album in the country in its first week of release, and more singles are coming. "Hero," produced by Polow Da Don, set the table for him.
"I was almost gonna not do a single, but I wanted a song I could hear in the clubs, 'cause I knew the album didn't have that," he said of the last-minute addition to his project. "I wanted a song that I could hear when I'm poppin' bottles. That's what 'Hero' was for me. Polow was one of my favorite guys; he's just a nice-ass guy. ... I was like, 'No single, no video. Let's just make this a record that we talk about.' "
Nas said he did take into account the people's opinions.
"Fans would have been like, 'But why he did it like that?' "
One of the songs that stick out to Nas from his new album is its (un)title track.
"I look at a lot of people who died trying to fight for freedom, like Che, Malcolm, Martin, Gandhi, all the way to Bunchy Carter, the Panthers," he explained. "So many different people from all over the world. And that just made me go, 'Damn.' You know, everybody says, 'Why'd they shoot down the people who are righteous? Why do they shoot down the people who just want things to be right?' It makes everyone scared to stand up. So even if you don't believe with [Louis] Farrakhan's beliefs, you gotta say the man dedicated his whole life to standing up for something that he believed in."
"He is proof that you can live to be old," Nas continued. "Not saying, 'Go say what Farrakhan is saying,' that's that man. But if you have something that you have to say, but you feel like ... your life is threatened cause of it, and you need examples [look at Farrakhan]."
On the track, Nas rhymes about standing up for his own convictions.
"In the beginning [of the song], it says, 'No revolutionary gets old/ Or so I'm told/ You're left full of bullet holes when you tell the people go free/ Oh? It's just a matter of days before they come and get me .../ I stood in the face of damnation. Satan, spat at 'em, flat out disgraced em.' Meaning, no matter who you are, say what you feel. Be who you supposed to be. If you gonna be the resistance, then be that resistance. Do what you have to do. Don't be scared to die, is basically it in other words. And if you are scared to die, here's a great example to go to: people like Farrakhan, people like Jim Brown, so many people, Muhammad Ali ... Ice Cube, yo! Crazy sh--." ...
Sunday, July 27, 2008
So without further a do here's both respective artist mixtapes for download.
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DJ Chaplin & Gamble - B4 I Blow Mixtape (Click To Enlarge)
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Thursday, July 24, 2008
Baisley Park Freestyles - Running Time 30mins
LL COOL J
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Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Monday, July 21, 2008
Saturday, July 19, 2008
Friday, July 18, 2008
gza-paper_plate_50_cent_diss Via 2 Dope
50 gonna have a field day wit this if he even cares....but here's a throwback 50 Cent - Wu diss thats just as good today for some laughs as it was back then...GZA you about 10 yrs too late shun....peash gawd hahaha...
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Grandmasta Vic “THE HIP HOP ICON” Grandmasta Vic, also known as G.M.V., began his iconic career as a D.J. from Queens’ South Jamaica projects in 1977. He was strongly influenced by the legendary D.J. pioneers such as Grandmaster Flash, Africa Bambaataa, Infinity Machine, Cipher of Sounds, Ank Span (known as Ankey’s Crew) & The Disco Twins. Not only did G.M.V. make a name for himself on the party circuit but also as a “TAPEMASTER”.
There are several DJ’s that claim to be the originators of the blends on mix tapes, G.M.V. was definitely the first to put an entire tape of acapella tracks over instrumental tracks together. Now it is a D.J. standard for mix tapes. Not only did it influence the mixtape circuit in America from then on, but it inherently influenced music as a whole throughout the Hip Hop culture. Artists from Herbie Hancock to Mary J. Blige began to take this formula to the bank. “You can’t talk about Southside, Queens without mentioning GRANDMASTA VIC…. One of the best DJ’s I’ve ever heard.” -Star (the from Star and Bucwild show)
Throughout G.M.V.’s career he played at all of the school/park jams and nightclubs in the NYC area. These experiences would put him in position to press up his first single “The Real Grandmaster” (Profile Records, 1986) with a pair of emcees called The Two. His next single would be with fellow Southside female emcees Frick and Frack. They recorded under the independent label, Invasion in 1988. In 1993, Hip Hop’s prophet of rage Chuck D from PUBLIC ENEMY believed in G.M.V. and his group CHOSEN TRIBE enough to executive produce their album. G.M.V. continued to be recognized throughout the tri-state area as the premier D.J. for high profile parties and events for gangsters and celebrities alike such as: Fat Cat, Pappy Mason, Gerald “Prince” Miller, Kenneth “Supreme” Mcgriff, Charles “Chaz” Williams, James Corley, Star from Star and Bucwild, ONYX, LUKE from the 2 live Crew, RAKIM, SNOOP DOGG, 2 PAC, Mr. CHEEKS, NAS and Biz Markie.
November 1995 brought his unique D.J. style to Las Vegas for the Holyfield-Bowe after party. Grandmasta Vic has received during his tenure as a Grandmaster of the mix, employment to tour with artists like NAS for the Illmatic tour and Usher’s highly acclaimed Confessions tour. He also has lent his skills to longtime friends, MR. CHEEKS and the LOST BOYZ. Throughout the years he has inspired up and coming DJ’s like Dogtime, Ike love, DJ Biz Markie, DJ Clue, DJ ENVY, & DJ ABSOLUT. He returned from a tour of Japan, Korea, Europe, Brazil, Kenya, & British Columbia thus reinforcing the claim of GRANDMASTA VIC being “THE WORLD’S GREATEST D.J.” and now the “The Icon”.
Currently he is working on projects for his son, Vic Damone who is signed to the legend Erick Sermon of EPMD and The Marley’s Ghetto Youth crew. He is also in the process of creating his own entertainment company with partners Eugene Bell and Joe Coker. He is currently exposing fans, new and old to the “GMV experience” in a city/town near you. Be sure to pay your respect.
DOWNLOAD THESE 2 GMV 50 CENT - SINCERELY YOURS BLENDS
50 Cent - Moonshine (GMV Version)
50 Cent - Risin' To The Top (GMV Version)
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Saturday, July 12, 2008
CLICK TO VIEW COVER *WARNING!!! N.S.F.W.!!!
This joint dropped about a month ago on the street, time to bless the net a lil something. And yes this project is actually MIXED from front to back.
You can listen to the stream here:
Then after you listen, cause the joint is fire and you want to download, you read below--
You can download the un-tracked / ipod friendly version here:
You can download the tracked version here:
1.Summer Breeze - Seals and Croft
2.Oh Honey - The Delegation
3.Sugar Free - Juicy
4.All Night Long - Mary Jane Girls
5.Rising To The Top - Kenny Burke
6.Everybody Loves The Sunshine - Roy Ayers
7.I Choose You - Willie Hutch
8.Weekened Girl - S.O.S Band
9.It Never Rains - Tony! Toni! Tone!
10.Sweet Thing - Rufus
11.Searchin' - Roy Ayers
12.Come Go With Me - Teddy Pendegrass
13.I'd Rather Be With You - Bootsy Collins
14.What You Wont Do For Love - Bobby Caldwell
15.Daylight - Ramp
16.Close The Door - Teddy Pendegrass
17.Misdemeanor - The Sylvers
18.Strawberry Letter 23 - Brothers Johnson
19.Inside My Love - Minnie Ripperton
20.Lovers and Friends - Michael Sterling
21.Rain - SWV
22.Can You Stand The Rain - New Edition
23.A Dream - Debarge
24.As We Lay - Shirley Murdock
25.Love TKO - Teddy Pendegrass
26.If You Think You're Lonely Now - Bobby Womack
27.Time Will Reveal - El Debarge
28.Let Me Love You Down - Ready For The World
29.Tears - Force MD's
30.Cry Together - The Ojay's
31.Cause I Love You - Lenny Williams
32.Funny How Time Flies - Janet Jackson
01. ROCCETT Feat. TUPAC - In The Street (Produced By THE NASTY ONE)
02. OBIE TRICE - So Much Drama
03. ONYX - Never Going Back
04. T.I. Feat. SWIZZ BEATZ - Swing Your Rag
05. BUSTA RHYMES - Missiles
06. RAS-KASS - B.i.b.l.e.
07. DRAMILLS - Stash Box
08. ROCCETT - Interlude
09. ROCCETT - You Can Hate Me
10. ST. LAZ Feat. OPIUM - They Wont Heal (Produced By HOTCH)
11. YOUNG BUCK - Soundscan
12. NAS Feat. EBAN THOMAS - You Can Stop Us Now
13. DMX Feat. SEAL - I Wish
14. SAM SCARFO Feat. AKON - The Place We Live
15. DAVID BANNER Feat. CARL THOMAS - I Get By
16. OPIUM - Its Real (Word Up) (Produced By MAINE)
17. YOUNG BUCK - Move On
18. RAEKWON - Trenchman
19. JADAKISS - Dont Start Nothin
20. NAS - America
21. ROCCETT - Interlude
22. ROCCETT Feat. YOUNG BUCK - Throw Your Hoods Up (Produced By EP-CR)
23. ROCCETT Feat. GORILLA ZOE - G Move
24. WILLY NORTHPOLE - 300
25. JUXX DIAMONDZ, RATED R, LABBA - Brooklyn Head Knock 2
26. BUSTA RHYMES - I Got Bass (Produced By BANGLADESH)
27. CHAMILLIONAIRE - Chamilli
28. POKERFACE - Freestyle
29. CHAMILLIONAIRE - Hero (Freestyle)
30. ROCCETT - Interlude
31. ROCCETT - The Boss
32. JA RULE - Baby
33. T.I. - What Up (Produced By DRUMMA BOY)
34. ADK, DUB ZERO, BOB KENNEDY - Clash
35. ROCCETT - Outro
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Source: Yahoo! Buzz
Walk a Mile in McFly's Shoes
by Mike Krumboltz
July 9, 2008 12:16:00 PM
1989 was a big year. The Berlin Wall fell. The Exxon Valdez spilled its guts. And there were protests in China's Tienanmen Square. But those were just side attractions to the year's most memorable moment—the debut of Nike's "Air McFly" sneakers in "Back to the Future 2."
The film, which largely took place in the year 2015, introduced viewers to many a futuristic wonder, but none were so iconic as the light blue high-tops worn by Michael J. Fox. Ever since the film premiered, folks have been begging Nike to produce the shoes for the masses. Now, Nike has finally obliged... sort of.
The shoes were recently revealed at an event headlined by Kobe Bryant. Ever the showman, the hoopster even arrived in a DeLorean. Fans lined up way in advance, but according to Wired, many went home disappointed. Nike only made 350 pairs of the specially designed kicks, not nearly enough to satisfy the fans.
The shoes were released in a very limited quality, but for hardcore fans who were shut out, there's always the capitalist slaughterhouse that is eBay. Pairs are currently going for up to $1,000 (power laces not included). As Doc Brown would say, "Great Scott!"
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Monday, July 7, 2008
haha being a bogey fiend myself I'm lovin' this piece....
and oh yeah according to Nore the shit opens up aswell haha....
Check out his latest joint ft. Lil Wayne
Nore ft. Lil Wayne - Still On The Run Eating
Friday, July 4, 2008
Some more Queens yish by way of the BX....
The Kid Daytona (Feat. CNN & Estelle) - "Stressed Out '08"
The Kid Daytona F/JOELL ORTIZ & KARDINAL OFFISHALL - "LYRICS 2 GO"
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A Tribe Called Fresh
Thursday, July 3, 2008
1. Rep Ya Set - J. Conway
2. Murda Murda feat. St. Laz - Slick Watts
3. Change of the Guard feat. Sean Price - Gawdbless
4. We Gon Get It feat. Pumpkinhead & Bobby Drake - Beedie
5. Piss Excellence Feat. Rod Da Blizz - Camiliano
6. Remember (freestyle) - Klock
7. I Like The Way She Do It (AFFicial Remix) - Lady Lyric
8. Waistin Yo Minutes Feat Checkmate - Gutta
9. God 2 U - Brixx
10. Let It Be Known - Willie Maze
11. Poverty's Paradise (Produced By OJ Loopz) - Brick-$aavy
12. Get Paid ft. Phene & S-One (Remix) - BIG SKEEM
13. Jiggle It (Produced by Mar-Var) - IllStrip (MooDoo & Mar-Var)
14. Unstoppable - Boss Gang
15. Party Like The Cops Got Shot - Rod Da Blizz
16. Real Recognize Real - Awthentik
17. That's Gangsta 4 Real - Montega & Dramills
18. Gone - R-Side
19. Warning Shotz - Bob Kennedy
20. Rap Star ft Jae Millz - J. Conway
21. Here We Go Again (Produced by Joey Bags) - St. Laz & Pottersfield
22. Hustler - Fidel Cashflow
23. Don't Bother Me - Hood Fella
"Nuclear Winter represents many things. It represents dark times in our lives, it represents the state of NY hip hop & how I feel about it, & it represents my blueprint on how I think the music should be done going forward into the future. This is my manifesto to all the people that doubted me & the kryptonite to all selfishness. It's a journey from darkness into light, & from bondage & the huge amounts of weight on our shoulders to breaking free and regaining our freedom. Nuclear Winter we're coming to take shine....." - Willie Maze
The Generals consist of emcees Willie Maze & Dime.
Released 17 July 2012 Art & Direction: Willie Maze
For Booking & Info Contact: Williemaze@gmail.com
All Songs Recorded & Mixed by SPKilla Muzik
Cover Artwork: Miami Kaos