After sending subliminal shots to each other via twitter they got together to do a song. It all started when an unreleased track by Ross came out that had a questionable line about Slim Thugga. Thugga asked about it via twitter and Ross said something like real bosses talk over the phone or face to face. Something similar to that. Why does this sound like elementary gossip? Anyways here's the song.
First I would like to point out that these two shouldn't be fighting in the first place. I guess old man had to say something because wifey just had her go at the young fella but c'mon!! The old dude threw the punch on some "hey I'm just going to the bathroom, let me slide by." And the young dude didn't even throw a punch or whatever. Self defense. See for yourself
I enjoyed listening to this. He's a very good rapper and has a lot of ownership over these tracks. I don't know when his album is going to come out since GOOD music is focusing on Kanye and maybe Cudi so we'll see what happens. Nonetheless, enjoy my fav tracks and then make a decision.
This is the latest single from Carlos off his latest mixtape which I don't think I've heard so I will get to that sooner than later. So for now enjoy this and remember that he had the hardest verse over Hard In The Paint.
Well this whole Discovery shit was something to deal with. If you are unaware of the events of the day, there was a hostage situation at the headquarters of Discovery Channel. A man named James Lee, who was upset with what the channel was offering, ran into the lobby in Silverspring, MD and started to go at it. Luckily everyone escaped alive but James Lee had to die because as one of the hostages moved while on the floor, James Lee started pointing his gun and the sniper had to do him in. I don't blame the sniper at all. You can read about it more HERE.
You would think a hostage situation in MD would be all the drama I had to deal with but it's not. After a lovely after work journey with my best friend Nicole, I ventured back to the MTA so I can get my ass home. I took the 1 train to 72nd so I could transfer to the 2 train. While getting off the 1 train I noticed that the 72nd platform was so fucking hot. Actually too hot. Hot to the point where it could cause someone damage either by a heat stroke or fainting. Anyways, I noticed that a MTA man cleaning the platform and he walked by me. 3-5 minutes passed and all of a sudden he's running back to the stairs along with another man. At first I thought the other guy had stolen a purse or something but as I saw them running together I noticed something else was up. I looked around and on the downtown platform, which is across the way, people were looking down. A man had fallen in. Sigh.
Above is an image of an example of the tracks in NYC. The third rail is where all the power lies. The man had fallen and his head was actually under the third rail that is covered by all the protective railing. I ran all the way to the other platform, sobering up because I had mad beer, and my first thought was to jump in. But I was scared. I didn't know too much about the other railings. Was I risking my life too? How come no one else had jumped in? How come the MTA worker hadnt jumped in? A bunch of these thoughts raced my mind as people were taking fucking pictures of this man about to die. SMH. I was too pissed to even yell at them that this was an emergency but oh well. As a downtown 1 train approached, the MTA worker, myself, and some others made our way down to signal the train to stop. Thank god it did. But that wasn't all. The man was breathing. He was coming back to reality. If you can imagine someone's head being under that rail then you also know that if he lifted his head up a couple of inches he would electrify himself and die. The crowd that surrounded the area yelled and demanded that he not move. At that point I couldn't take it. I couldn't take the fact that I was willing to help but I really couldn't do anything. I couldn't take the fact that someone was asking me if that was a homeless man. Bitch how the fuck am I supposed to know and why does that matter?!! Goodness. Sorry.
I guess my one good deed was letting the police in through the gates at 72nd. I guess they were having trouble coming in and I guided them in the right direction. My train came and I went uptown to the Bronx.
But is the man alive? I came home and told my parents and talked on twitter about it. I Googled every second to see no results coming up. Finally a twitter post about a man being removed by EMS at 72nd. Sigh of relief. I can't even bring myself to blog about anything else. The shuffle joint will be up after this post only because I scheduled to come on later so don't think I didn't stand by my word. I hope everyone enjoyed their day. Later
As I was getting my ass handed to in FIFA 10 I was jamming to Tre's mixtape. As I said on twitter, I don't know why people underestimate him..he's dope! And Tre agreed saying "We think alike dawg." Not only is the music dope but the few skits on here are dope. The man is a funny dude in general judging by his Youtube videos but enough talk from me. Check out these songs.
It's a shame that this show isn't on anymore. I remember watching this and laughing my ass off because the responses were so funny and of course our humor was different from a child's level of humor but that was okay. I wonder if any kids were bad on the show and just had to edit them out because they said some ridiculous comment. And I sometimes wonder how this show would work in today's world, 2010. Who would be the host?!!! Oh well...Enjoy these clips.
Soulja's been having a tough week after he was caught on video in a hotel room with Kat Stacks and there was crack on the tables and stuff. Well it's been a couple of days but now the parodies are coming out. This is a pretty good one.