The time has come for players to carve their name in history. One touch, tackle or free kick could crush a nation's hopes or cause them to build a statue in your honour. Drogba, Rooney and Ronaldo are ready to Write The Future.
I'll let him describe the track: Another song off of the "McAfee - The AntiVirus" album titled "Dropping Dead Weight" and its produced by K.Salaam and Beatnick. On this track i just had somethings to get off my chest and tryed to delivery a positive message at the same time.
Drake went so fucking hard with this. Just believe me on this. My favorites lines are "I love seeing you fail, that feeling there is the shit" and "I fly private so no one tells me to put my seat up" If his album has this kind of content on it then I'll be happy. No. 9AM In Dallas Freestyle
This has the potential to be a classic video. It's only a trailer but my goodness..Even Keri Hilson's acting skills are pretty good. I'll be quite honest with you all, I'm pretty excited about what this video has to offer. But if it becomes too much of him taking clothes off and for the ladies then I'm good. Ya dig? Aite. Enjoy
Jasiri X releases "Universal Ruler" off of the Malcolm X tribute album NECESSARY!
NECESSARY! a tribute CD in honor of Malcolm X will be released this summer as a prelude to the three unpublished chapters of the autobiography of Malcolm X. Ilyasah Shabazz, Malcolm X's daughter, has agreed to write the foreword to three chapters omitted from the original "Autobiography of Malcolm X."
One of the tracks from Lebron Flocka James 2 in which he explains the fuckery of rumors. For example he says "These niggas say they killed me and kidnapped my daughter, I don't even have no daughter, they mad because I'm a baller"
I think the description that was written is better than how I can explain it:
It used to be when there was a remix there was a new beat, new producer, maybe some new rhymes.
Have you ever noticed now with a remix theres new rhymes, maybe a new artist but the beat always stays the same?
Many of us miss the remix; weve all had conversations about it. Whatever happened to that creative second burst that was more than merely an additional guest feature, but a complete flip on the way you experience a song?
Lazy lack of vision and targeting the mindless ringtone markets are often assumed to be key reasons for the plethora of barely altered edits presented to us as remixes today. It turns out, for those of us who knew no better, that there is actually some business logic behind the shift.
Right now we're seeing two artists who respect each other's work and dropping something that both of their fans will enjoy. Tyga has been busting his ass off since he started with some lackluster shit but now his swag is up and his rap career looks promising. Chris Brown is doing his thing after his whole situation. Basically shutting up and making music these two deliver some great stuff. Chris Brown takes a stab at rapping and he doesn't sound too bad at all. Give these three a listen and you'll see what I'm talking about:
Mike Murder is just a week away, and here is the third and final leak, Dinner's Hot, this time jacking the Jay-Z and Timbaland joint, When It's Hot. Mike Murder is scheduled to drop on May 26th. We'll be waiting.
Never judge an artist by what they look like. I have never done that and when I saw this pic attached to the professional email he sent I already knew he could spit some shit. These are two tracks off his debut album Back On The Juice. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York here's what he says about the two songs:
The album's single, 'The Look', is a story about a Larry David-like character such as myself attempting to live the same nightlife that 50 cent or Kanye talk about on their tracks; only my experience isn't quite the same as theirs. Using classic Tupac samples and Twilight Zone laugh tracks, 'The Joke' follows a similar pattern of self-deprecating humor. The lyrics are written in joke-format and in some cases, mimic actual conversations between the crowds at shows and myself; the unlikely white, awkward, Jewish rapper.
Bryan J. is a 20 year old up and coming R&B artist from Atlanta who will be Tricky's first breaking act in 2010. Tricky is the producer that The Dream always makes hits with. And this joint sounds smooth so I suggest you give it a listen.
Yesterday, it was Game 1 of the Lakers-Suns series. While the game was being taken over by Kobe Braynt, Shannon Brown was getting some burn and this dude has serious hops. How serious? Well look at what this man attempted:
WOW! Those were the words that I'm sure you just screamed. When I saw this live I made a lot of noise and just said "WTF!" Peep Jason Richardson's expressions after like "Yikes..I almost got yammed on"
I surprisingly like this song. But I didn't know there was a part 1. This is part 2. Unless it's one of those songs that has a part 2 without any kind of connection to a part 1. Goodness. Shouts out to Miss Info
Today is a very sad day. I am sad to announce that NBC has cancelled Heroes. They say it's because of ratings and new hour long shows coming to take the slot but the real reason is because that shit got too confusing. I mean, I was all for Heroes. But after this previous season, as a fan, I expected more and I really couldn't take any more reading of subtitles for Hiro. Let's face it, I want to watch and hear not watch, read, and hear the television. I'm just saying tho'. But I will miss Heroes when they tried so hard with the "Save the cheerleader, save the world" campaign. The Haitian will always be my favorite character, followed by Sylar because he was just the best villain ever. Until he got soft as a twinkie in the last season. I wish the best for Heroes and hopefully NBC does something for my Mondays. Farewell.
I'll be honest, I've been following Kardi for a long ass time and this is one of his best freestyles ever. On May 29th he'll be shutting down the stage with XV and Chiddy Bang in New Hampshire. But check out the freestyle over "Roger Dat." The next mixtape, The Valedictorian, is due out in July.