Archive for December, 2007

And try to remember to film it…

December 29, 2007

Super High Me Trailer – Coming March 08, 2008

Ricky, You think I know how to deal with xmas?

December 24, 2007

Merry Xmas to everyone reading this sentence.

Even you lurkin’ mufuckas. 🙂

-T. Dot

That’s a bitch move Santa!

December 23, 2007

via The Boondocks – Xmas Episode

When the new generation thinks about jordan…

December 20, 2007

All they remember is when Iverson CROSSED ‘EM.

The best show on Television. Is in it’s final season. [TSS]

He leaves Sony, signs to Bodog Music, And is in the booth. [CYBERTHUGS]

Front all you want. Missy Elliot is a legend. [Model Minority]

Ivan’s 10 Best Mixtapes of 2007 list. [Hip-Hop Is Read]

The Rap Up has Rap Ups galore. [The Rap Up]

Can’t chat to me. We start dance from nineteen ol’ long. [WMDEEZ]

Track Fifteen, Verse Three, The Coolest Mixtape

December 14, 2007

Download the Coolest Mixtape here.

If I was in charge of it
I’d stop feeding all of the nonsense
I’d starve all of it
I have ’em put the black experience on Mount Rushmore
I make em carve all of it
And then film a movie titled “We Made It”
And it stars all of us
I’d write the theme song, then we’d all cut it
Give us a deal then ball on the budget
Then start a magazine and put us all on the cover
I’d give all the awards to the single baby mothers
I’d resurrect Malcolm, have him to talk to the hustlers
Resurrect the slaves and give em all butlers
Chi-town Guevara, F N’ F UP!

Late Pass: Seven Day Fool

December 13, 2007

Jully Black – Seven Day Fool via Revival

When I was babbling on about Jully Black, I totally forgot that a majority of my readership probably doesn’t know of, her. When her first album dropped in ’05, it got “illegally downloaded over 2.8 million times.” That means 2.8 million people, logged on, searched out, and downloaded her album. Pause for a second and analyze her situation. A Black Canadian songwriter and RnB upstart immediately captures a viral following, yet only translated it into 15,000 sales. Which of course once again showcases the ineptitude of the Canadian Music Industry. Anyways, here’s her latest. It’s the voice. It’s powerful. And she’s got that 2007 Tina Turner meets Jill Scott’s homegrown-ness thing going for her here. Which is kinda hot. Because of the positions I hold and/or get myself into, I’ve actually had chances to meet her on several occasions, and she’s incredibly funny, sassy, extremely down-to-earth, and I hope big things happen for her in ’08. Peep other things on the interweb of her. I actually got off my ass and bought her new album because of those encounters; great people deserve great support.