Monday, August 31, 2009

Drake f. Trey Songz - Successful

haters hate on........ hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Jay z name drop (The GAME)

nothing else needs to be said........

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Foreign Exchange Feat. Muhsinah - “House Of Cards” Video

The Foreign Exchange feat. Muhsinah - "House Of Cards" from The Foreign Exchange on Vimeo.

Weird Atari Commercials

We have come a long way since the days of Atari, but let us take it back to the classics for a minute. have to admit that some of these commercials are real fucking awkward.... LOL

Microsoft's Photoshop Blunder: Racist or Not?

Microsoft doctored a stock image to appeal to its Polish customers by literally whitewashing the color from one of the photo's subjects. While US web visitors were greeted by 3 racially diverse business people, Polish visitors saw one man replaced by a Caucasian doppelganger. And it was so poorly done we wondered if it was a joke. The Polish site now bears the original US image, but the damage has been done. Said CNET's Ina Fried, "Although Microsoft would be within reason to use a different photo on its Polish site--the country is very racially homogeneous--the company is coming under significant criticism."

The braniac that signed off on this obviously didn't think about the racism discussion on this week's launch of Ghettotweets or the anger that ensued after the Japanese "underclass" Google map was released. By quietly trying to conceal a man's race, Microsoft has inadvertently made race an issue.

While the decision to change the image may have simply been due to someone trying to save a few hundred dollars on stock photography, the marketing blunder has extremely negative public implications.

Does racism exist in even the most progressive companies? Absolutely. But was Microsoft's decision to change this particular image racist or just shortsighted? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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all i could was laugh when i read this shit.....

Drake - Forever f. Eminem, Kanye West & Lil Wayne (prod. Boi-1da)


this shit is straight flames...

Jay-Z "Run This Town" vid feat. Rihanna and Kanye West

Monday, August 24, 2009

Camron: Cousin Bang (Movie trailer)

Cam is the man... lmaof!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

LlL Wayne -Major (DJ Premier on the beat)


Monday, August 03, 2009

JAY Electronica Calls out big name rappers for a BATTLE!!!

too bad it will not happen.....

Dead Prez Summertime (video)

nice theme music and remonder of that good 'ol summertime hip hop shit....

Jay-Z's Blueprint 3 Official cover and tracklisting

1. What We Talking About (Produced by Kanye West)
2. D.O.A. (Produced by No I.D.)
3. Weigh Me Down Feat. Kid Cudi (Produced by Kanye West)
4. Unforgiven (Produced by Kanye West, Additional Production: MGMT)
5. Run This Town Feat. Rihanna & Kanye West (Produced by Kanye West)
6. Empire State Of Mind Feat. Nas (Produced by Kanye West & No I.D.)
7. When It Comes To This (Produced by Timbaland)
8. Always Feat. Drake (Produced by Kanye West)
9. Scenes From The Past (Produced by No I.D., Co-produced by Kanye West)
10. Everyday A Star Is Born Feat. Mr. Hudson (Produced by Kanye West)
11. Already Home (Produced by Kanye West)
12. Forever Young Feat. Mr. Hudson (Produced by Kanye West)
13. Thank You (Produced by No I.D.)

Bonus Tracks:
14. Sound Of The 70s (Produced by Kanye West)
15. We Made History (Produced by Kanye West)

nice line up.. but no Just Blaze??? that's weird....

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Baatin of Slum Village Passes

By: Ismael AbduSalaam has confirmed that Baatin of Slum Village has passed away.

While no details are available regarding cause of death, friends of the rapper have already began sending out condolences via Twitter.

“R.I.P. baatin of slum village forever,” wrote singer Dwele on his page.

In a summer filled with celebrity deaths, producer 9th Wonder advised fans to remember artists while they are still living.

“RIP Baatin of Slum Village; let’s celebrate our people while they are here,” 9th reflected. “we are losing folk.”

Baatin was the founding member of the group Slum Village, along with J Dilla and T3.

Together, the trio released two influential albums in Fan-Tas-Tic (Vol. 1) (1997) and Fantastic, Vol. 2 (2000).

In 2002, Dilla left the group to pursue a solo career, and was replaced by lyricist Elzhi. Baatin himself left the group before the release of their 2004 LP Detroit Deli due to undisclosed medical issues.

The group experienced further hardship when musical backbone J Dilla passed away in 2006 following a long battle with Lupus.

Earlier this week, T3 had confirmed with that Baatin had rejoined the group.

“The whole thing is I felt like the fans wanted Baatin to come back. And I felt like I really didn’t want to do another album without Baatin. I wanted his energy,” T3 explained. “I found him and he was ready. He seemed like he had his stuff together. So that’s how the whole wheel started spinning for this new Slum Village album because basically, for the last couple of years, we dropped an album but we were going through a lot of depression. Dilla passed and then Proof passed. I really didn’t feel like doing no music. I wasn’t inspired. I was really just going through my thing.”

Brooklyn emcee Talib Kweli was also at a loss regarding the recent passing, revealing that partner Hi-Tek was set to DJ for the group tonight.

“I’m at a loss right now,” Kweli stated on Twitter. “Hi-Tek was set to dj for Slum Village tonight. RIP Baatin. More influential than you can imagine. Slum Village forever.” will continue to develop this story as more details emerge.

you will be missed brother.... Slum forever...