Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Timbaland f. SoShy - “Morning After Dark” Video

Timbaland f. SoShy - "Morning After Dark"

Tim's vocals on this joint are a tad obnoxious but I can dig it. However, I'm still split on SoShy (terrible name by the way). Her voice fits within the context of this track but I feel Missy Elliot or Nelly Furtado would've been a better choice. On another note, Wesley Snipes needs to come back, get his taxes squared away, and capitalize on this vampire craze.

Related links:
Missy Elliot - "Put It On Ya" f. Teyana"

Friday, November 20, 2009

Craig Bass - "Blue Sky Grey Clouds" The Prelude EP

Craig Bass - "Blue Sky" f. Future

Craig Bass - "Inspirational" f. Saint

Virginia Beach's own Craig Bass has been pumping out a stready stream of quality music this year and this EP is no different.
(Click the image above to download.)

15 Deadly Improvised Prison Weapons and Tools

IMMERSION HEATER - made from razor blades; found in a cell in ‘Santa Fu’ jail in Hamburg, Germany. Jailbirds use these tools to distil alcoholic beverages forbidden in prisons. Your typical inmate’s moonshine still includes a plastic can containing fermented fruit mash or juice, an immersion coil of some sort, a rubber hose, and a plastic receptacle for the booze.

WHIP - with razor blades. The grisly weapon was found around 1996 in ‘Santa Fu’ jail in Hamburg, Germany, in the cell of a drug addicted inmate after his failed attempt to extort a higher Methadone ration by threatening a female prison officer with a knife.

SHOTGUN - made from iron bedposts; charge made of pieces of lead from curtain tape and match-heads, to be ignited by AA batteries and a broken light bulb. On May 21, 1984 two inmates of a prison in Celle, Germany, took a jailer as a hostage, showed off their fire power by letting go at a pane of bullet-proof glass, and escaped by car.

About that jail thing? I think I'll pass, especially in Germany.
Click pics to see the other 12.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

"Coke like a caterpillar, I make the butter fly"

This shit right here? This shit right here (© Katt Williams) would've sounded right at home on either of their last two records and that's a good thing. Between the hook and the beat, Chad and Skateboard P crafted something nasty for Killa Cam and the Brothers Thorton to go off on. Three weeks and counting, Til The Casket Drops in stores December 8, 2009.

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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Clipse/Killa Cam Video Debuts Tomorrow

Clipse - "Popular Demand" f. Cam'ron

The flyers's kind of iffy but then again, expecting two rappers, who are brilliant at penning double entendres and metaphors about pitching that powder, to be politically correct is a bit much I think. Pip pip.

Related links: Clipse f. Cam - "Back by Popular Demand" Video

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

UCB f. Wale - "Pat Your Weave" Video

This track finally got the video treatment. Good stuff and directed by Rik Cordero at that. Wale's debut drops today so don't forget to head to stores to show support.

Related links:
XO - "All I Had" Video
Wale -"My Sweetie" (Video)

Saturday, November 7, 2009

J Scrilla - "No Love" Video

Off of J Scrilla's Culture of Honor album, "No Love" features DMV native's K-Beta, XO, Oddisee, Ra the MC, T.E.F.L.O.N., Judah, and Wordsmith. Keeping it homegrown, the video was also directed by Seanie Cameras at One Viisiion Productions.

Related links:
XO and K-Beta - "Guns & Butter" Video
XO - "All I Had" Video

Monday, November 2, 2009

In The Lab With DJ Khalil

DJ Khalil breaks down the production process for The Clipse' first single, "Kinda Like a Big Deal." It's pretty slick how they got the "vocal sample." As you can see, Khalil is a monster. Keep an eye out for his beat tape and his group project with Chace Infinite.