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Hip-Hop

Where Were YOU The Day Hip-Hop Tried?

Is it too early to mourn? Is it too late to ride? Everybody seems to be asking the question, “Where is Hip-Hop when we need it the most, to speak for us in our time of need?” Well…this is almost a… Continue Reading →

Why Is Underground Rap Still Underground?

The following is a very unfortunate snippet of a blog post that, back when I was shifting my posts to Tumblr for some ungodly reason, didn’t make it across the middle passage. Too soon? But anyway, my apologies; I’m not… Continue Reading →

DOOM: Microwave Mayo

DOOM – Microwave Mayo (Source: youtube)

Fundamental: I Be

  Something I worked on way back in ’07 but didn’t put a video to until a few years ago. Used to be able to rap.

Jay Z ft. Kid Cudi – Already Home

Jay-Z ft. Kid Cudi – Already Home: This whole song is a quotable.

Homeboy Sandman – The Plot Thickens

Homeboy Sandman – The Plot Thickens Now, anytime I hear the phrase ‘the plot thickens’, this is the jam I hear in my head.

Common – War

J-Live – The Fun Razor

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The Influence of Music

Snippet from an old post that I can’t get back because reasons: Music (ESPECIALLY Hip-Hop) is supposed to be the voice of the people it represents, and if there’s one thing which that causes Hip-Hop/Rap Music to be over anything… Continue Reading →

Homeboy Sandman – Canned Goods

Homeboy Sandman – Canned Goods

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