Found a video of your cousin and nem at the parrrk.
Recently in New Orleans Category
Well well well. We finally did it. Or did we. I guess it all depends on which Uncle you ask? First lets jump into it like this. When people say shit like “Illegal Aliens”, they speak of what they don’t know. They’re ignorant to the news channel they watch. Or when they say ” Them mexicans need to go back home”, have they once thought about the fact that them same mexicans built Texas. Or the fact that technically America is home considering the fact this is stolen land.
Trae the truth and Rob G have crafted a classic. BET, Yes I’m calling you out, Should do a special on this. Or will you sit there and continue to call Micheal Jordans new shoe strings News. You know dam well there is a plot to put us against each other. Media can prevent this, but do you? Lets just watch how they handle this years racial festivities.
Ah yes the dance craze continues across the nation. We are in the middle of a lot of different wars. Cultural wars. Wars in the hood where brothers don’t understand they have been set up to feel the way they feel so that they may take it out on each other. Sad…. Dancing just gives these kids ways of expressing themselves. Helps relieve a lot of the neighborhood stress. Like just imagine the west coast without the arts. Imagine the bay without Krumpin. Memphis without buckin. New Orleans without bounce. Miami without bass. Just imagine no dancing. Pretty dam boring. Well Lil Duval has stepped up to the plate to make sure we don’t forget the foundation of this dancing.
Ok one thing that has never stopped is the good music. Can’t even hear that other sh*t they sayin. I can pull out a boat load of records that you can pretend are ok. But sooner or later you’ll be like mane that one right therrr…
MTV Names B.O.B. as one of the MC’s to watch in 2009. He’s in great company. Like I said before this year will be one of the biggest years for Hip Hop. Diversity is the word of they year.
The Underground is now rising to the top. Thanks to online platforms such as Sohh.com and all the others. Underground events and artist are slamming the Internet. Frustrating the living shit out of establish artist and music related industries. And the greatest part is watching the mainstays act like the new comers don’t some how belong, when actually it’s the quite opposite if such a stance is taken.
Loyalty to what?
With everybody talking loyalty so much lately, lets get it cracking. I simply ask? Loyalty to what. I always find it funny when people start talking loyalty in the industry. Like they want you to sign this contract that Massa gave them to have and feel the need to have you sing the same song. Everybody does this to make it. She did it! He did it! It’s just a club.See how big they are now! My thoughts, naga please! And then when you find out what’s really going on and your perspective is different and lets just say you utter this some Bullshit! Then ahhhhhhhhhhh you dun done it nah. You not Loyal!
The female rapper has been told over and over that their music doesn’t sell. Now I have to keep it 100 on this one. I think that’s Bullshit. I know there are countless amounts of stats that back it up. But the one stat that isn’t on the table is perspective. You see I think the perspective of how the industry tries to market female rappers is the wackest sh*t ever.
With everybody waving around their rags and all, the independent male in America has always maintained a stride to break the surface of some sort of weird approval ( for lack of better words). And when you see T.I. and Swizz do this club banger as a beautiful tribute to these folk that (fill in you thoughts of Louis here).
The buzz is building on the net and in the streets. Yesterday I watched a group of about 7 DJs argue about who would win if 50 Cent and Lil' Wayne went toe to toe for about 2hrs. And at the end of the day we came up with this; hip-hop would win.
Wow, so where do I start. Well the Dirty Awards went down this year and this being the Internet you all know the story by now. And I know you looking for the scoop, but let's just say I see, speak, and hear no evil. First our prayers go out to both the Grand Hustle family and the D4L family. I get down with all these dudes and just like the Mike Jones/Trae situation there is no winner in a situation like this. I really wish they could have just meet up in an alley and got it on so that it could be finished. The Dirty Awards is a pretty well planned event and this year was no different. I guess I'll take this time out also to warn future award shows of what they can do to prevent this in the future.
Ugghhhh ( in E-40's voice) Let's kick it off like this. No need to state the obvious at this point. (In DJ Khaled's voice) "We the Best!"
Could it be that Soulja Boy is one of those kids who just speaks from the gut. I'll follow up on this especially about the slavery comment because it could be a direct thought based America's education system. After all Christopher Columbus discovered America right? And no that's no excuse that's just up for consideration. Merely another perspective. What's yours? Honestly you have not one young cousin in your family that acts and says sh*t just like him. Somebody email somebody and remind them.
Mixtapes are still the bloodline of rap music. The DJ killed the radio star, well almost.
Both North and South Carolina have big movements on the way in '09, with key players like Charlamagne the God, DJ Chuck T and DJ B-Lord just to name a few. Their music has been overlooked for so long. They really represent a lot of states not only in the South but all over the country. Places like Arkansas, Alabama, Nebraska, Kentucky, Oklahoma.
Written By Flx
For those of you in the thick of football season you know the feeling oh to well. But for the rest of you guys here's a clip of the world famous Southern University's "Human Jukebox".
For those of you who have been keeping up with the Dirty Blog you know how I posted the 40 Glocc piece before and was bothered by the whole dam thing. And really its because I would hate to see someone get hurt over not really understanding what they have gotten themselves into.
Yeah I said it because I'm disappointed and not surprised. I don't understand why everyone has let the fact that Tyler Perry's latest film was a huge success pass them by. I don't see the support that should be there from all media not just black. We talking about the same man who went back to work at Popeye's chicken for a while to re up on his capitol. Five out of six of Perry's films have opened at No. 1 or No. 2 on their opening weekends. So at what point do you see the greatness.
Right now there are a few albums that have the street buzz that will stick. But how many of these albums will show up on the charts to truly represent the streets choice. Slim Thug and Boss Hogg Outlaws Serve and Collect 2 is killing the streets and spreading across the South. Young Jeezy is banging out of every box Chevy past the Mason Dixon.