Friday, December 28, 2007

Awards & Bullshit

The Sloth Look Alike Award: Big Shug
The I Don't Have Any Recent Photos Except My Album Cover Award: Big Shug

The Most Wackest Chain Award: Sean Kingston's Crayola Box
Sorry Yung Joc's H, Trae's Stewie from the Family Guy & Gucci Mane's Bart Simpson cam close (See below).


The Lil Wayne Award: Gucci Mane
Also known as the Ugliest Rapper Award. This is Gucci's second Ugly award as he nabbed one in 2005 as well.



The Chip & Dale Could-Be Award: Polow Da Don and Dr. Dre (tie)


Through the Sieve

singles
jay z jadakiss bleek freeway roc boys kingboy remix

rhymefest man in the mirror

rhymefest dancin machine

ti uness dre 3000 live in the sky remix

juganot swizzy busta fat joe reek en why ceequal

pete rock phonte joe scudda wordsmith masta ace bring yall back

quan hustlin & hopin

scarface sha stimuli never

flo rida ill be cool

crooked i all eyez on me wk 39

lupe happy industries (gorillaz feel good inc flow)

weezy* sizzla t streets the only reason

cds

rhymefest man in the mirror

rhymefest man in the mirror

weezy* the leak 2

weezy* i am the future 3

weezy* the drought is over 5

mick boogie jay z marvin gaye brooklyn soul

mally the letter

blue scholars bayani PASS= thankssmirn

bishop lamont pope mobile

atmosphere strictly leakage

question signed hype mixtape

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Thursday, December 27, 2007

Awards & Bullshit

The Lil' Wayne I Oversaturated My Product Award: Styles P
The Please Listen To His Mixtape Award: Styles P
Styles came in with a shade under 150 plus songs released this year, impressive!




The 5000 Guns Award: T.I.


The It's Hard Out Here For A Sucky Rapper Award: JR Writer and J-Hood (tie)




The Jar Jar Binks Look Alike Award: Kia Shine


The Worst Album Title Award: Trey Day, Trey Songz
Sorry Haystak but few ever heard of Crakavelli.




Through the Sieve

singles
crooked i all eyez on me wk 39

lupe happy industries (gorillaz feel good inc flow)

young chris weezy* the morgue

weezy* sizzla t streets the only reason
weezy* sizzla t streets the only reason

skillz 2007 warp up
skillz 2007 warp up

nino bless grafh mixtape shit

flo rida ill be cool

fab masspike miles smoke bulga freck billionaire paul cain act like ya know
fab masspike miles smoke bulga freck billionaire paul cain act like ya know

kool g rap risin up

ar ab im getting it

akrobatik talib kweli put ya stam on it

wale weezy* nike boots remix (clean)

cds
bishop lamont pope mobile

atmosphere strictly leakage props to hdot

young chris young chrismas
young chris young chrismas
young chris young chrismas

baby weezy* happy fathers day 2

dj coolbreeze the nightmare before christmas

dj 31 degreez forecast 15

dfb the white tee gang

mf doom supervillain blends

unkle war stories (lupe's unkle)

mally the letter

question signed hype mixtape

a tribe called quest tribe vibes 4 (samples)

gza liquid swords

dr dre snoopy the doggystyle chronicles (remixes + b sides)

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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

The Coolest Nigga

Maybe I forgot how good Lupe sounds. Or maybe there was not a great expectation on The Cool. Because if Lu's not the coolest rapper out by albums end, I don't know what you're not smoking. Lu gives us flow, flow, flow, content with concepts and swagger. The zone he reaches here is unseen; everything I heard, I loved. His word choice is concise and his vocab is big. When you think he's done rhyming, he pushes forward into new territory. I've found it difficult to unearth a flaw in Lu's mission to be the coolest. The Cool is all about Lu and he provides an amazingly simple socially thought provoking idea: Coolness. The depictions are vivid in their grandness, thoroughly felt and hauntingly real.

Although the opening spoken word by Lu’s sister had me giggling, the last lines made the point, “Freeze, cuz the problem is we think its cool too, check your ingredients before you overdose on ‘The Cool’”—vindication! Okay, ‘FREE CHILL’ but damn Lu wasted a good beat with “Free Chilly”.

The madness all starts on the first real track “Go Go Gadget Flow”. It’s Lu exercising his flow to the fullest. He serves the rhymes like this is a mixtape endeavor, as if he’s needs to prove something. It’s catchy too. I dig the way he says "rep-re-sen-ta-tive". “Got my hood ridin high, those 28s… and we’ll never ride dubs again, we walk, tryna get above the rim a little too short to dunk so we donk.”

What? Soundtrakk gives an easy, brooding background for “The Coolest” to prevail. Here is where the character, The Cool, opens with arrogance “I love the Lord but it’s sometimes like I love me more”, and moves onto the starry eyed romance, “she said that she would give me greatness status, placement above the others… the purpose of our scene, the obscene obsession for bling.” His first verse blazes through and offers some wicked vividness. His unique wordplay on the next verse continues to propel the story. With this “concept” present, Lu is still able to carry the track through his own swagger. When you think he’s done, his poetry style goes deeper.














“Superstar” manages to still captivate. It’s a single on the surface but when you sit down and listen, it’s a blessing. “Wanna believe my own hype but it’s untrue, the world brought me to my knees, what have you brung you, did you improve on the design did you do something new.” I mean most rappers should be raising their hands by now. Then Lu’s wizardry trails the deathly star spotlight, “The spotlights here can burn holes through the stage, down the through the basement past the Indian graves where the dinosaurs laid and out through china… ricochets off the moon and sets the forest ablaze…” Matt Santos, dude with that wicked voice, further enhances the track and Lu gives us 3 more than solid verses.





The favorite, “Paris, Tokyo” is where this talk of flow is Lu’s best showpiece. The spare beat coupled with Lu’s flow is reminiscent of some mid 90’s classics, “I love her and I hate to leave her lonely, ring ring went the iPhone it was my homie… I jump grab my Go Yard trunk got ready to “Walk it Out” like Unk in my John Lennon Chucks...” I could have continued but I couldn’t catch what he be saying sometimes yet it’s still ill. The second verse does it again too, “lean back on my first class seat and sleep, don’t wake me till I land where the barely understand what I speak but they nod to my beats… so I can get home and tell her everywhere I’ve been and everything that I’ve done and tell her that she’s the one and um.” Lupe took a laid back party sounding beat and flipped it into the stress of world travels and love. The his heir apparent flow elevated to break the rim on “Paris, Tokyo”.









The poppy beat on “Hi-Definition” had me going at first but I was immediately disappointed; I didn’t get his angle. But that’s what saves the track, the camera following every one of his moves while “in his flyness”. Snoop offers insight, “recital is very homicidal, the big screen will capture you because it’s hi-definition.” I still think both could have come harder considering the beat but it’s a minor gripe.

Material goods get the lips of Lu on “Gold Watch”. “My not go to college but my street smart polish… firm disbeliever in your punch clock traumas… not to be rude I’m just hatin on your rules.” He pushes his agenda clearly and effortlessly. It’s fly and overly fly (leaning on overkill), sensible (the anti-fly), story fitting and personal. As his third verse states: “But my most coveted thing is a high self esteem and a low tolerance for them telling me how to lean, see the most important parts are the ones that are unseen.”






In what could be seen as a send off to UGK, eerily considering Pimp C’s untimely death. Lu has made it clear he reveres the vets from Houston so it seems “Hip Hop Saved My Life” serves as a tribute to the group. Peep the first few lines note Pimp C and Bun B: “he said I write what I see, write to make it right don’t like where I be.” The “stack that cheese” add-in is uncanny. Lu paints this track with specifics (“Minute Maid got his mom working like a slave”, Minute Maid corporation is based in Houston) so well it’s scary. The coming of age story exalts the proverbial grind, puts down Southern inexpressiveness while sending a tribute to not only UGK but Hip-Hop itself. “Sumthin, sumthin, sumthin” and finish that hook!

Equipped with three different connections to intruders, “Intruder Alert” is sweet and beautiful. From an insecure woman “before long she was cool giving hugs to him” to a doper “every level of hell he‘s been to and the one that he’s stuck in and the one he can’t escape even though it’s of his own construction” to an illegal “the land of the free where they feed you treat you like equals deceive you stamp you and call you illegal”. There’s no hiccup and did he even take a breath? Throughout the song too, you sense a shift in mood. The supposed glory of the earlier cuts on The Cool will drastically change to darker tones hence the intruder.

The slow, creepy “Streets of Fire” brings death closer as Lu slips us glimpses of an Armageddon pending, “don’t let him in not a friend not a reflection… no pill can heal the ill of this… while the loudspeakers repeating that everything’s fine.” Lu’s character, The Streets, flexes it’s wings as Lu tries to bat her away.






Fallout Boy’s Patrick Stump should be given credit for creating the militaristic beat "Little Weapon". Lu goes wild as an African rebel soldier, “how old, well I’m like 10 or 11 been like since 6 or 7… this cannon give me courage not to fear no one, to feel no pain to hear no tongue.” Concepty? It may be but it still ties to the ambition’s of our country’s cool; he blasts The Cool off the page through an international cool. Bishop G’s video game infused rhymes make the song even better “I aim, I hold, right trigger and squeeze.”





“Gotta Eat” works on many levels: he’s got his concept thing going; I’ve heard you could interpret the song from a cheeseburger; purely how talented or how much fun he’s having that he can create a song filled with fast food drug references related to the hood. Whatever your reason for liking it, it goes down easy. By the way did you catch the Soulja Boy diss?

What makes “Dumb It Down” so tight, is that after 20 listens or so, I’m still trying to figure out what he’s saying. He goes from losing all of his senses to the whole being blind with the windshield smeared and it being minstrel while his grill is trill to ghosts biting necks mixed with ghostwriting supplying notes for the living to him being on cloud 9 to tooting his own horn to using excess depth to being David Blaine while making it rain and pulling the plug until he feels like flowing again. And he hasn’t used his head rest yet?!?






The darkness that “Intruder Alert” started was interrupted for a brief showcase with “Dumb It Down”. With “Hello/Goodbye” and “The Die” the mood continues The Cool’s descent. On first listen, these two missed me. But these two propel the story forward, er, downward towards “Put You On Game”. “Hello/GBye” sounds comic book-ish. It isolates our figure; he’s now the center of attention and the center of his own hell. The edgy rock gives the track a much need emotional luster. While Lu doesn’t knock this one out, he’s still draws The Cool’s going away party to a T; the coolness is beginning to drain. If “The Die” isn’t a gangster rap song, what is? It’s an honest gangster story not one of those Mafioso fairy tales. T.I. didn’t even buy that many shits! Gemini (now GemStones) perfectly rides, and kills the beat “rat-a-tat-tat, click-clack I needs in”. I love how Lu ends the track with “if some niggas do kill you in the next few minutes just remember there’s a heaven for a G” as if that’s consoling. The end of the track mini skit is dramatic, yes, but it is life like, if not movie like with “The Cool” playing in the background. The death is too real.





“Put You On Game” is the culmination of the story, The Cool. It’s devilish in sound, and Lu plays the role perfectly, inflecting as if to kill, again. I was left thinking Lu’s hard, like ‘damn, didn’t know he could do that?’ “They love my darkness… in return they’ve become my martyrs… speak every single language on the planet yah mean… I’m its gym and its math and its history… I taught them better than that, I told em aim for the head… you can watch on tv how they should properly depict ya… baptize em in the water out of Scarface pool.” He’s so concise with his word choice, and he weaves his words through with one of his better flows on the album.

I wished The Cool ended with “Put You On Game” but “Fighters” brings a positive end. It’s a hope for something better. It’s as if we have something inside of us but don’t let out or never look at. For those players of The Cool, there’s options, a place outside the misogyny, guns, drugs etc. Again Santos helps, and even saves, the track.

I like the up-beat “Go Baby” even if it doesn’t fit. I take it as a bonus track. The one verse he does have over three and a half minutes he knocks out “from baby fat till we skeletons darling”.

Lu’s conecpty songs on The Cool achieve two goals; they push his story, while constructing it, and entertain. Most of the tracks can hang on the concept, even if he doesn't bring his characters into the light; they add to the story to give The Cool fullness. And all the beats bang. Plus they're original. Only a few are great but not one beat supersedes Lupe as the main component to the song. Everything he bites off, he chews and easily digests. He took some chances: at 17 tracks, The Cool is an oddity in length. I can vouch and argue for any song. Lu made a single with true heart and longevity "Superstar", a beast of a street single/poetry in "Dumb It Down", a perfect ditsy song “Go Baby”, a concise concept “Put You On Game” and a throwback Hip Hop classic "Paris, Tokyo". It reeks with thoughtfulness, a wordsmith's poetry and a beautiful turn from bittersweet to an inevitable, dark spiral downwards.

I haven’t thrown out ‘Classic' since Jay Z's Blueprint. So let me do it again: Lupe Fiasco’s The Cool is a straight classic.

Awards & Bullshit

The They Need To Consummate Their Relationship Award: Bow Wow & Omarion
Sorry but Weezy* & Baby already have.

The I Shoulda Got My GED Award: Lil' Keke
The Damn He's Got Shiny Lips Award:
Lil' Keke

The I Hope This Gets Pushed Back Till '09 Award: Ja Rule's Mirror


The Chamillionaire Award: Skyzoo
It's also known as The Put Your Damn Fitted or Doo Rag Back On You Ugly Motherfucker! Award.

Or The Baaaaalding Award.


The I Seen Him On A Milk Carton Award: Camron and Lil' Flip (tie)



Through the Sieve

singles
kanye west wale good life (dc remix)

wale weezy* nike boots remix (clean)
wale weezy* nike boots remix (clean)
wale weezy* nike boots remix (clean)

kardinal offishall pusha t weeezy* swag

lil mama dj khaled one hit wonder

bump j duffle bag boy flow

busta rhymes jim carrey the grinch

bumpy knuckles my thoughts

j kown boo boo

ransom pain & glory da seuqel

styles p nino bless joell ortiz kool g rap four in the clip

cds
bishop lamont pope mobile
bishop lamont pope mobile
bishop lamont pope mobile
bishop lamont pope mobile
bishop lamont pope mobile
bishop lamont pope mobile

max b public domain 2

mf doom supervillain blends

unkle war stories (lupe's unkle)

lake american rat killer

trae life goes on slab edition

ya boy dj skee chapter 1 the rise

cozmo alfamega against all odds

mally the letter

question signed hype mixtape

saigon the greatest story never told advance

mike glc get carter

tupac american gangster

cons take em to the cleaners

j love ghostface hidden darts 4

mack maine freestyle 101 (only working link found)

ghostface big doe rehab

wu tang 8 diagrams

beanine sigel solution

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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Question Signed Hype: You Need This



That boy Question just released another mixtape via his MySpace page and it's filled with his usual flare: banging, original beats backed with his overconfident (it's not always a bad thing though) Eastern/Southern fusion flow. For most Question fans, like myself, I don't mind; while in the past he had yet to show immense growth, he always comes correct. He's still as personal as ever, funny and offers a lot of bars. But he does retread waters on a few tracks or so and his rhymes aren't as concise as they could be. However on here he's showing enough flashes to be taken seriously and he's going in the right direction as he gets ready for his album debut. Singed Hype is easily 15 tracks deep, which should say a lot.

Signed Hype opens with his "
Dynasty" flow. While it's not the best "Dynasty" flow ever, Question is on point with his pen, "Like I slept my first year in Machiavelli's cradle... with a constant flow ya inner ear submerged in ice and liquid... pen create attention."

Hi-Tek provides Question "
Bang" that lets him show his worth. "I never fall off like 'are you okay?'... a soul machine goin crazy like I'm Cee-Lo."

On "
Rock N Roll" Question sounds so in the zone, as if he's wailing a solo on a guitar but he's on a mic.

Check the beat on "
That Boy Bad"; catch his Texas attitude on "Fly Way"; hear him go political over a sick Pink Floyd sampled "No Education"; and his drug addicted "Feeling Is Gone", "all hope is severed".

Plus, if you've been missing for part of this year, the tape still contains his collabo with Weezy* "Fantasy" and his single with Bun B and Sean Kingston "Ridin So Slow".

Through the Sieve

singles
weezy* tupac jay z presex conversation
weezy* tupac jay z presex conversation

joe budden ventilation (extended off mm3.5)

bo bo luciano ugk stop playin wit yoself courtesy of Moe Greene

styles p westwood freestyle

sha stimuli stand the rain

sheek styles sayin the shit

sheek a brand new life

nox akon gangster

smitty it was a good day

bump j bad influence

ransom pain & glory prequel

sean kingston take you there

cassidy blood pressure

more cassidy freestyles

alicia keys cassidy no one remix

cds
saigon the greatest story never told advance

question signed hype mixtape

mike glc get carter

j love is ny over
j love is ny over
j love is ny over

big mike d block sheek the howling
big mike d block sheek the howling
big mike d block sheek the howling
big mike d block sheek the howling PASS= pathogenik

big mike jay z int'l gangster
big mike jay z int'l gangster
big mike jay z int'l gangster

dj scoob doo clef coming to america
dj scoob doo clef coming to america

gille da kid the buzzworthy mixtape

dj obscene trae houston we have a problem 5
dj obscene trae houston we have a problem 5

joe budden mm3.5 (same as mm3 w/o dj)

jae millz zone out season

killa kyleon purple punch 2 part 1
killa kyleon purple punch 2 part 2

mally the letter

jay rock k dot no sleep til nyc

pimp c trill immortal

crucial conflict the final tic

dizzee rascal math and english

big pun capital punishment

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Friday, December 21, 2007

Spread: Mally

I can now say I know a rapper. Whatever my affiliation, Mally can rap. When you ask yourself ‘where and how do I hear of new rappers?’ what’s your answer? Usually it’s a mix of word of mouth and trial and error for me.

Some things you should know about Mally... he’s got his flow game right (and he knows when to switch it up); he can rhyme for days; his content is personal, witty, funny and part commentary; he’s cut from a different part of the cloth; and he’s got some crazy passion for rhyming.

So? I’m the word of mouth and Mally’s first tape, The Letter, is your trial. If you can sit still for 75 minutes and actually listen, there will be no error. Matter of fact, you’ll be asking for more.

Mally’s Free Mixtape Download: The Letter

Addicted

Details, details, details: it’s all us gossip girls want. Joey be dropping quotables showing off his ghostwriting skills for VH1’s Best Week Ever but his best attribute besides rapping for days is his extremely personal anecdotes that he sprinkles within his bars (or all over them).

MM3 heads could take nights reciting and trading celeb punch lines, or favorite lines. I hope you caught the lines on Amy Winehouse, the song at Jay Z “Talk 2 Em” (“I wish these old motherfuckas would stop rapping”), Eagles coach Andy Reid, Da Brat, preacher Joe Olstein, Soulja Boy, Timbaland & Danja, Ransom, Tetris, Weezy*, Roc-a-feller/Def Jam and I could go on. What’s even better is Joey has so many that don’t hit right away and all of them seem to make sense. While on the first listen, I was annoyed of his Game-like name dropping but it’s just me being picky; it’s the only minor fault I could find.

He lets us know he takes a shower in two days a week; his brother getting shot; praying to God and getting laughed at; clutching razorblades; and getting attacked by Hurricane Chris all on the opening “Hiatus”. “Music is just what feeling sound like… while try to fit in when you stand out.”

His honesty notes continue “green screen niggas”, picking anonymity over being famous, arguing who made better tacos (side comment: who has taco parties?), he asks for his cum back, seeing his friends in the rear view, knowing he attracts drama, his mental having two different addresses (now T.I. couldn't come up with that?) and I could go on.

Not that it’s important but the feelings of the Ransom beef stay with me so when Ransom came on, I actually cupped my ears; I wanted no part in hearing this rapper—he’s dead to me (I still fast forward his verse too). Oh, and the skit "Foldgers Brother" is so on point it brings tears, "I told Joe I brush my teeth with Colgate, next thing I know he brush his teeth with Colgate."

So what songs hit? All of them. There’s very few bars that don’t jive, not one song that’s wack. Every song Joey gives you his all. Ditto for the beats—loved them. “Dear Diary”, naturally, is quintessential Joey and the chick wailing on the beat equals pure piff. "Warfare" is 3 minutes of Joey and Joell trading some riding music. "5th Gear" is still my shit after hearing it a few months ago. And "All of Me" is yet another long track that gives Joey room to let us into his world, "Maybe I'm exhausted, maybe I just lost it, maybe I should I pick up the pen and just force it."

I could have spent a page describing/writing lyrics to give my impression of MM3. Joey has passion and that’s missing from most everyone. I’ve listened to the tape easily a dozen times through in less than a week. He has like 100 bars for a three minute song; he doesn’t quit. On a few tracks his mic fades while Joey still raps, it’s like he’d rap all night. There’s hardly any filler. And he’s able to offer a comedic side, content, witty bars, and introspective notes all in the same song and on every song. Unbefuckinglievible. His lyrical prowess, in dealing with all of those sides and delivering on all of those points, is amazing; he still finds bars to showoff his MC. I hated writing this review because when MM3 is playing, I really just want to sit back and listen, so it’s like this is a crazy mixtape only after four songs. On a MM3 listening session you never feel like touching the dial. It feels like days have passed when the CD ends and you feel like wasting a few more days to listen to it again. For 80 plus minutes (yes, I had leave off a BH skit to fit it on a disc) MM3 is a whole tape full of Joey being Joey. That’s all we’ve ever asked for.


Through the Sieve

singles
rick ross freeway fab gettin mine

nino bless styles p joell ortiz kool g rap four in the clip

fab red cafe roc boys 2

weezy* juliany styles p im the truth
weezy* juliany styles p im the truth
weezy* juliany styles p im the truth

big noyd ghetto

big noyd so much trouble

crooked i forgive me wk 38

chamillionaire slim thig keke mike jones paul wall bun b flip z ro scarface pimp c wont let you down remix

lox blow ya mind remix

term the music industry

fab roc boys flow

lupe blackout (cool bonus track)

cds
dj smallz yo gotti cocaine muzik

mistah fab turf talk hyphy aint dead
mistah fab turf talk hyphy aint dead

mobb deep pre hell ep (hell on earth tracks)
mobb deep pre hell ep (hell on earth tracks)

michael jackson thriller 25th anniversary remixes props to kingboy
michael jackson thriller 25th anniversary remixes props to kingboy

jae millz zone out season
jae millz zone out season

killa kyleon purple punch 2 part 1
killa kyleon purple punch 2 part 2

dj smallz attitude key 2 da streets 2 (my state of mind)

sas where is sas

dj envy tapemasters inc purple codeine 15
dj envy tapemasters inc purple codeine 15

dj smallz haitian fresh the face of hip hop

dj smallz suave smooth florida nigga

old school soul r&b 6

mally the letter

jay rock k dot no sleep til nyc

dj skee jay z american godfather

snoop doggystyle

snoop murder was the case

snoop tha doggfather

snoop da game is to be sold not to be told

snoop topp dogg

snoop the last meal

snoop dead man walking

snoop paid the cost to be the boss

snoop blue carpet treatment

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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Through the Sieve

singles
crooked i forgive me wk 38

chamillionaire slim thig keke mike jones paul wall bun b flip z ro scarface pimp c wont let you down remix

lox blow ya mind remix

term the music industry

fab roc boys flow

lupe blackout (cool bonus track)

red cafe latif paper touchin

weezy* main event get it on wit ya courtesy of Moe Greene

styles p cant complain

rocko this morning

9th wonder success + blue magic mixes

jae millz smile

shawty redd big gipp drifter

lil kim nate dogg i need a bitch

snoop sexual eruption

cassidy streets of philly props to james

rick ross r kelly chris brown speedin remix

clef chamillionaire hollywood meets bollywood immigration

cds
lupe fiasco the cool (includes bonus track)

weezy* no nightmare 8
weezy* no nightmare 8
weezy* no nightmare 8
weezy* no nightmare 8
weezy* no nightmare 8

dj kay slay return of the god
dj kay slay return of the god

clef immigration

jay rock k dot no sleep til nyc

dj skee jay z american godfather

old school soul r&b 6

mally the letter

lupe fiasco food & liquor (early version)

mia arular

mia kala

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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Watching Them Thangs!

AZ Styles P Hardest
An ill video goes with some good music.


Clef Akon Weezy* & Raekown Sweetest Girl Remix
Um... what's revolutionary about this track Clef?


Shawty Lo Dey Know
Uh-oh.


Prodigy ABC


Bone Thugs Meet Me @ McDonalds/My Fries Are Hard
Krayzie had me at McGriddle.


Rick Ross Speedin
"We The Best" Khaled makes the video.


Rocko Umma Do Me
Get ready to have this shoved down your throat.


Gucci Mane Hella Ones
I'm thinking Guccie is on to something with these X rated videos. Why are Gucci and the women barely in scenes together? And who rocks pot bellies?


Slim Thug Theme Song
Can I say wack? He should not roll with these boyz in blue anymore.


Kia Shine WOW
Kia Shine looks a little like skeletor.


Clef Paul Simon Fast Car


Styles P Stop Scheming
The Ghost has a mixtape worth of videos from his mixtapes. While I haven't watched all of these hobo-ish looking videos, it's just him in the hood, with a hoody, boots, arm motions, chapped lips and a square held with in his ear.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Through the Sieve

singles
term ghetto easy money hold up

joe budden masseuse

sheek think we got a problem

remy ma when i see her

jim jones now i can do that

ya boy bailey envied by most

kool g rap dj premier risin up (radio rip)

riz nate dogg cant be faded

rhymefest wale get up

jay z nas az success remix

sha stimuli bulge what would you do remix

erykah badu little brother honey (wally sparks remix)

cds
jay rock k dot no sleep til nyc

dj skee jay z american godfather (full)
dj skee jay z american godfather (full)
dj skee jay z american godfather (full)

dj spinz dj scream southern swagger 8 part 1
dj spinz dj scream southern swagger 8 part 2

weezy* & friends

dj benzi & the knocks jay z american g funk (right click & save as)

jay z american gangster opera

old school soul r&b 6

mally the letter

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Monday, December 17, 2007

A Goodnight Story

Ghostface has outlasted just about everyone reading us bedtime stories of guys named Ricky selling crack behind the store on 115th, a pistol fight gone wrong or a chick with a devil pussy. He’s a wizard on the mic, really but I don’t know what he’s saying half the time. He could be speaking Chinese for all I know… I never read too much into Ghost though. I could tell you his angle on “Yolanda’s House” or I could give him a blue ribbon on personal introspection on “Walk Around” but the beauty of Ghost’s music is listening, learning and feeling the vibes on your own.

He always brings the layered rhymes, descriptive stories and the heart. He never seems to disappoint either. But he never strays from his formula either. I, as well as everyone else, could care less. The theatrics he delivers every time out is more than enough to provide newness. While he may lean on vicarious experiences to tell his stories, when you hear personal notes, you sense the crick in his throat. The straight Hip Hop beats are another reason to envy a Ghost listening session. While it’s the producers who create, Ghost picks the perfect match of old soul to match his new age raps. I could let the instrumentals play and still have a good time (and I’m still waiting for the Big Doe Rehab beat tape, damnit!).




Most songs on Big Doe Rehab hit me all the same: average… but in a good way. Every song has its moments: “Celebrate” is a fun and with slick rhymes all over; “Yapp City” is the East Coast grit I reminisce about; the background sample on “Supa GFK” provides Ghost ample room to get his groove on; “Slow Down” is clearly my favorite and is what Big Doe Rehab was all about. However I didn’t care too much for “White Linen”. The features work as usual (and Meth is back!?!) but again, I gripe about hear too many other people on Ghost’s album. BDR is a good listen but when I heard of the title, I expected more “Mirror, Mirror” moments involving redirecting interests after wilding out on money/fame. While it doesn’t top Supreme Clientele or last year’s Fishscale, BDR still lets the world know Ghost still has it.

Through the Sieve

singles
36 mafia ugk on sum chrome (rip pimp c)
36 mafia ugk on sum chrome (rip pimp c)

c murder take your time (rip pimp c)

lil mama t pain get loose shawty

lil kim miseducation of lil kim (remy ma diss)

rhymefest wale get up

jay z nas az success remix

rick ross r kelly chris brown speedin remix

keke scarface im a g remix

sheek good love
sheek good love

kool g rap busta og status

sha stimuli bulge what would you do remix

erykah badu little brother honey (wally sparks remix)

rain takeover 2007

ali vegas war

clef chamillionaire hollywood meets bollywood (immigration)
clef chamillionaire hollywood meets bollywood (immigration)

jay z this shit right here

jay z dead prez 3 (best version i got)

cds
dj benzi & the knocks jay z american g funk (right click & save as)

jay z american gangster opera

dj skee jay z american godfather (has a few snippets)

jay z american gangster forever

jay z elvis billboard gangsters gangsters

jay z led zeppelin american zeppelin

dj green lantern i produced that

atmosphere sad clown bad winter 11
atmosphere sad clown bad winter 11
atmosphere sad clown bad winter 11

big moe last tracks

dj messiah blues brothers jim jones max b

dj smallz best thing smokin 10

dj diggz dj rated r potent product 6

taio cruz departure
taio cruz departure
taio cruz departure

mike jones running 4 president 2k8 part 1
mike jones running 4 president 2k8 part 2

mike jones running 4 president 2k8

old school soul r&b 6

mally the letter

joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse
joe budden mood muzik 3: it's about to get worse

lupe fiasco the cool
lupe fiasco the cool
lupe fiasco the cool

dr dre chronic 2001
dr dre chronic 2001

dr dre chronic

dj cool let me clear my throat

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