Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Lil Wayne apologizes to Jay-Z

In the latest issue of XXL, Lil Wayne gives an honest interview on his why his flow flipped after 500 Degreez, the now forgotten claims of Gille Da Kid, and his controversial interview with Complex Magazine.

You caused a bit of controversy a few months back when you were quoted in Complex magazine saying that you’re better than Jay-Z. How’d you go from “best rapper alive, since the best rapper retired” to being better than him?
I’m glad you brought that up, ’cause I wanna apologize to Jay and his family and friends, because I was asked that question and they put it in there like I was just feeling like, “Oh, you know what, n---a? I’m better than Jay!” They came at me like, “So you say you’re the best. Can you say that you’re better than everybody? Would you say you’re better than Jay?” I was like, “Yeah, n---a, I’m better than everybody!” But I’d like to throw that apology out there ’cause of whatever trouble I caused, I ain’t want that to happen.

I know Weezy doesn't expect us to believe that his flow changed simply because of the shake up within Cash Money, but it is true that his LP's immediately held serious weight following the departure of B.G. and Juvenile. I'm glad he threw out this apology to Jay however. Often times reporters contruct a question in a way that if you agree, they are able to basically put words in your mouth. I never thought Weezy was dissin Jay, and I think he was smart to put it out there that he isn't singling out Hov, just making a blanket statement that he is the best. Take it for what it's worth.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Prodigy "New York Shit"

"And all my niggas in the pen here we go again, ain't nuttin spereratin us from a Mac-10"

ALC did his shit on this one...but he always does, loving that Pac sample. Check out his mixtape "No Day's Off" for a preview of whats to come from Al in the future. I can't help but let my head rock to this one.


Friday, February 16, 2007

DJ Premier : Re-Program

New York Shit!!!

DJ Premier : Re-Program

01. DJ Premier - Intro
02. Blaq Poet - Hood Crazy
03. TEF - Brooklyn Stompin'
04. Money Boss Players - Blam Blam For Nottingham
05. Skyzoo & Torae - Git It Done
06. Prodigy - New York Shit
07. Ghostface Killah - Outta Town Shit
08. Nas - Where Are They Now?
09. Styles P., Papoose & Lupe Fiasco - 2006 B.E.T. Hip Hop Awards (Freestyle)
10. Jay-Z & Tru Life - Introduction
11. Dogg Pound - Kushn' N' Pushn'
12. Joell Ortiz - Block Loyal
13. NYGz - What Kinda Life (feat. RAW)
14. Stat Quo - Tryin' Ta Live
15. Flava Flav - Hot 1
16. 2Pac - Dumpin' (feat. Hussein Fatal, Papoose & Carl Thomas)
17. Roscoe P. Coldchain - Im'ma Kill This Nigga (feat. AB Liva)
18. Bumpy Knuckles & KRUPT MOB - Piped Out
19. Royce 5'9" - The Dream (feat. Rell)
20. Skillz - 2006 Rap Up



Phonte goes to Africa

Phonte shows his versatility once again.

Africa - ft. Zoe & Phonte


Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Paul Mooney - Know Your History Jesus Was Black, So Was Cleopatra ...

I first heard of Paul Mooney, like anyone else in my generation, through Chappelle's Show. Over the summer I decided to find out more about him and learned how big he was inside the comedy community. From writing for Richard Pryor to creating Homey the Clown for In Living Color. So I decided to watch a DVD of his stand-up from around 2002 entitled, Paul Mooney: Analyzing White America. It was the hardest I've laughed since I saw Bernie Mac's set on the Original Kings of Comedy for the first time (It's too late for some damn cookies n milk, get your ass back to bed!). He talked about everything from why chubby white woman date skinny niggas to why the media thinks he is an expert on the "N-word".

His latest DVD, Know Your History, picks up where his last DVD left off but gives other entertainers opinions (all positive) on Paul. Paul gives his opinions on the rising Mexican population in America, teacher-student relations, how African's think they are better than black americans, Three 6 Mafia's performance at the Oscar's, nothing is left out! (yes Bush too)

3 Clips for your ass

Buy It, Rent It, Put it in your Netflix queue it's a must see!


Monday, February 12, 2007

And Justus For All - Little Brother & Mick Boogie

It's FREE because Little Brother makes music for the people...

And Justus For All - Little Brother & Mick Boogie
1) Big Pooh: Intro (Poobie's Song)
2) Little Brother and Chaundon: Can't Stop Us (Produced by Young Cee)
3) Little Brother and Oddisee: Delusional (Produced by Oddisee)
4) Interlude: The Purpose Of Mixtapes
5) Little Brother and Skillz: Life of the Party Remix (Produced by Nottz)
6) Little Brother f/ Legacy: Best Kept Secret (Produced by RJD2)
7) Interlude: Wack Freestyles
8) Little Brother f/ Rhymefest and Supastition: Do It To Death (Produced by Focus)
9) Phonte and Von Pea: A Word From Our Sponsors (Produced by Khrysis)
10) Interlude: The Justus League Crew
11) Phonte: Last Day
12) Little Brother: Never Leave (Produced by The Kickdrums)
13) Interlude: Mick Boogie, The A&R
14) Big Pooh f/ Ray Cash: Bring It On
15) Big Pooh, Bishop Lamont and Jozeemo: Without You
16) Interlude: Myspace Etiquette Part 1
17) Little Brother: The Pressure (Produced by Khrysis)
18) Little Brother and Joe Scudda: Fan Mail (Produced by Babu)
19) Interlude: Favorite Duos
20) Little Brother, Mos Def and Talib Kweli: Let It Go (Blackstar Version) (Produced by 9th Wonder)
21) Big Pooh and O-Dash: One Eleven
22) Interlude: Myspace Etiquette Part 2
23) Little Brother f/ Kardinal Offishall: Cross That Line Remix (Produced by 9th Wonder)
24) Little Brother f/ Cormega: Back At It (Khrysis Remix)
25) Little Brother f/ AZ: Rise And Fall (Produced by J. Cardim and Phonte)
26) Little Brother f/ Talib Kweli: Grown Man (Produced by Midi Mafia)
27) Little Brother: Outrolude


Tuesday, February 06, 2007

The Scarlet Seduction - 2.9.07

Chapel Hill
The Scarlet Seduction, hosted by Ryan Shaffer & Christina Moss of CEO Marketing
10 PM-3 AM
The White Bar & Lounge at 136 E. Rosemary St.

Chapel Hill has never seen anything like this...

The Scarlet Seduction
is an exclusive event for the mature college crowd. CEO Marketing has already thrown the largest, most successful party at the White Bar with the Fly Affair, and they are back to do it again. With Valentine's Day coming up and love in the air, it is time to put on your best attire and come mingle with the best of the best. This is a "grown & sexy" event and the dress code will be strictly enforced. No athletic wear allowed. Dress jeans are acceptable for guys (no sneakers or Timbs) and ladies keep it classy but sexy. Please remember we have the right to refuse entry. WEAR SOMETHING RED!

, but we would like to see a club full of different shades of scarlet. Pinks, Light Reds, Ruby Reds, Burgundys, Maroons... be creative. A belt, shoes, a tie, a blazer, etc. We will not turn you away if you have on nothing red but celebrate the season!

-Fully Stocked Bar
-Professional Photos by Acoetry
-Smooth Music by DJ Sean NYCE
-Coat Check Available
-CALLING ALL GREEKS: Alphas, Nupes, Ques, Sigmas, AKA's, Deltas, SG Rho's, Zetas....and maybe even the Iotas

-VIP Packages on Sale Now for a party of five get them while they still last it includes no wait in line entry and a bottle of Moet for $185 Ladies come get in quick and start poppin bottles
Call Ricardo White at 919 824-9209 to purchase yours today