Thursday, July 24, 2008
Alife got together with Q-Tip. The t-shirts come with the “Lyrics To Go” slogan on the back and some on the front. The t-shirt comes in black and white.
The t-shirts will be released at the Rock The Bells tour, where Q-Tip performs with A Tribe Called Quest.
Joe Budden - “Who?” Part 3
annnnd there it is. The final chapter to the “Who Killed Hip Hop?” Trilogy. This track is an automatic classic in my opinion because it speaks the truth and nothing but the truth over a great Marvin Gaye sample thats nice on the ears.
BUT…It’s Hip Hop and of course it’ll get overlooked by next week when the next Lil Wayne track leaks or some Retro-Hop garbage remix to something comes out. I will admit its a bit long to listen thru entirely but if you’re all about the lyrics then it won’t matter. Thank you Joey for this. They don’t can’t handle the truth, but they need to hear it!-via Hip Hop Is Deadly
Monday, July 21, 2008
After avoiding all phone calls from friends who went to see "The Dark Knight" Friday night as well as Saturday...I finally had the chance to catch it Sunday afternoon and almost 3 hours later...I can say what a movie. Ledger did in fact steal the spotlight.
Why So Serious??
Saturday, July 19, 2008
The 411: It’s not an album for everybody, but even those with hesitations, I strongly urge you to check this album out. Nas came forward wanting to present a message through his music, and whilst it isn’t effective on every track, those that do portray a message are some of the best tracks Nas has done in years. For most people though, this album is going to make a lot of ‘Best Of’ year end lists easily. Highly recommended.-via 411mania.com
My apologizes for the lack of blog posts...I'm in the midst of saving the world from power hungry psychopaths along with their giant robotic army and militant soldiers. Trust me its not easy keeping up with all of you but I'll do my best!- via codec radio
Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns Of The Patriots...