Told y'all niggas 'Ye wasn't gonna keep that yag ass name on his next album. But noooooo, the Kanye Stans Dan!s was all on some "He said he was finna call it 'Good Ass Job' since The College Dropout and shit. Fuck you, CIFH!!!" To all y'all Dan!s that doubted ya man The Hate: Fuckyou. Read it and weep, suckas! So all the bootleggers gotta switch it up, Kanye twenty steps ahead of you niggas now. Twitter and Facebook performances before the slaveowners label hears shit??? Damn. This nigga right here's a GENIUS!
Yeah, I'm a Dan! too. So the fuck what? The Resurrection of Yeezy comes September 14.
Nice visuals. Kid Sister brings the happy & fun types out in this bubbly party video using some popular club tune. I dig it, and she deserves all the support she can get because she reps the city hard. All day. E'ry day.
The Roots finally put visuals to this beautiful song. This made me their new #1 Stan since I peeped them performing it on Jimmy Fallon. I can definitely relate with Tariq the cabbie throughout that night's work. Trust me, I can relate. If you're having a hard time empathizing, imagine the face on the other end of the gun was Governor Quinn, Mayor Daley, your baby's mother or father, Sallie Mae, Mastercard, or CPD and you'll relate too.
The king of social network unrest, Lupe Fiasco has taken to Twitter to clear up his position on the issue of his label Atlantic Records not releasing Lasers, his follow-up effort to his 2007 sophomore release The Cool. Lupe expressed his frustration toward his label and possibly his fans last week while promoting In the Jaws Of the Lords Of Death, the first release from his side project Japanese Cartoon:
Was peeping the lucid fantasies of Mr. Louis the King Jr. today documenting various historic icons who fashioned the original watch of luxury, Rolex. There was a time it was the ultimate status symbol that the nouveau riche Hip Hop community embraced and assimilated into their repertoire. Now it's plain-looking next to the new expensive shit they put out to fully illuminate wrists. Still a nigga like me has dreams and in it I'm rocking a gold Rolex. Live and die by Rolex rules. Put that on Yukmouth and the Albulation Act of 1998. Thought I'd remix it a bit and put my stamp on it:
Image not from video. Sincerest thanks 2 Yotsuba&!
I saw this video online, thought it was cool, and posted it up to share with you haters. Simple and fair enough. FYI for gearheads: I actually have that Korg Electribe ESX1 groovebox under the bed presently serving as a dust magnet. Has the most wickedest sounds of my limited equipment collection thus far. It's small and yet has a hard metal body that's chromey in the back, steely in the front. Yeah I said it.
It's been less than two years since Grammy® award-winning artist Adele released her debut album, 19, which features her very first song, "Hometown Glory", which she wrote at the tender age of 16 (...Amazing!). Yet who would've thought that same song would become as embraced by the Hip Hop community as it has, from artists and fans alike who have found inspiration from her simple yet powerful dedication to familiar surroundings and echoed memories of her childhood?