Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Friday, September 17, 2010

Mood Muzik 4 Teaser......#2

October 26th is RIGHT around the corner. This needs to be like a CD/DVD combo because this is some good footage.

Mood Muzik 4 Teaser

Saturday, September 11, 2010


I don't know about you, but I'm ready for that new N.E.R.D CD!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Trouble T!

Waka Flocka, Wale, and Rosco Dash!

I can't get this song out of my head!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Big Sean

Big Sean - Supa Dupa (Official Video) from Roger That on Vimeo.

I'm a fan of Big Sean and his Finally Famous vol. 2 mixtape and I'm looking forward to the the 3rd one. I can understand why his delivery might not be for everybody, but I'm a fan.

Sunday, July 25, 2010


Donnis - Outta Here (Ft. Tony Williams) from illRoots.com on Vimeo.

Off of the Fashionably Late mixtape!

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Billionaire Boys Club Lookbook Fall/Winter 10'

This might be one of my favorite seasons yet! Click to see the whole lookbook http://www.bbcicecream.com/lookbook/. Courtesy of the bbcicecream.com

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Mark Ronson feat. Lily Allen - "Oh My God"


Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse.....and a little Wale - "Valerie"

I will be getting nostalgic with "Back to Black" this weekend. I forgot how much I used to dig The House of Wine.

Mark Ronson feat Q-Tip and MNDR - "Bang Bang Bang"

Lovin this song and video! I'm about to scour the Internet to find the MP3 version................

YahZarah - "Why Dontcha Call Me No More"

YayZ came retro with this video. My cousin used to watch Gem all the time so as soon as I heard the intro I knew what she was up to with this one. This is pretty funny.

Gucci Mane - "Everybody Lookin'"

Just because.

Gucci Mane - Everybody

Just because.

Jean Grae interview with Karen Civil

Supporting documents for the post I had last month. Jean drops knowledge....."Muthafucka wanted to have a family!"

Monday, May 31, 2010

Francis and the Lights - "Darling, It's Alright"

One of Drake's opening acts has a new video out. The album dropped in April and is currently available on iTunes. I plan to give it a hard listen!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Joey Crack!

Posted mostly on the strength of Puffy standing on the hood of the Rolls!

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Lil' Wayne - I'm Single

I'm 50/50 on this song. I'm 50/50 on this video. They are both so underwhelming in their own right, but they are both pretty damn clever too. I like the simplicity of the song. I also like the Under the Cherry Moon-esque feel of the video. You get a B- for this, Mr. Carter.

The xx - Islands

I don't know a whole lot about this group except that they are from London, but I like this song a lot. I'm going to check out more from them and will be sure to post more on these cats.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

The Miss-Education of the Female MC

"And I say what's tight, cause a sista write rhymes all day and all night.
Dwellin' South of the Hudson, New Jerusalem, in seclusion, using fake pseudonyms."
Rah Digga

Women and hip-hop music have always had a strange relationship. For a woman to be a successful rapper she has to navigate between representing for the ladies while commanding the respect of the men. Over the years there have been women who could do both. But, recently it seems as if finding a respectable female emcee is about as difficult as finding gas for under $2.00. It's a thing of the past. This subject has been on my mind for awhile, but I wasn't sure how to approach it. I figured out that I'm looking at hip-hop like there is something missing. I don't even want to speculate on what percentage of rap music is bought by women, but I'm sure it's well over 50%. But where is the voice that speaks directly to (or comes directly from) that group? That seems to be a huge problem for numerous reasons which include but are not limited to: the self-confidence of young, primarily African-American girls, the communication between those girls and their male counterparts as they grow older, and the balance of power within the genre in general. I don't think this trend has to continue as things have not always been this way......

"Outside of me you try to picture me, young and black, that ain't no mystery.
But inside runs deep like an ocean, you couldn't understand if I spoke in slow motion"
- MC Lyte

The 80's were a great time for hip-hop. The music was still fresh and ideas were still original. From the gangsta rap of N.W.A. to the "Daisy Age" of De La Soul there seemed to be something for everyone. What ladies like Roxanne Shante and Sha Rock started, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, and Salt-n-Pepa took to the next level. They represented strength, ability, and sexiness without any raunch. There was a sense that they could hold their own in a cypher and there was a sense that they weren't about to be any body's plaything. They had an understanding of what it meant to speak for women. For instance "Let's Talk About Sex" by S&P almost served as a Public Service Announcement in the wake of the recent hike in AIDS cases. It wasn't something their PR people told them to do, but it was how they felt they could help. On the creative side, MC Lyte's hit "Poor Georgie" still holds up as one of the best stories ever told by a rapper. She painted a great picture of a man out of control and how his choices affected him and those around him. These ladies were still able to have commercial success without compromising who they were. Queen Latifah still remains as the best example of a female emcee using her music as a stepping stone to further her career in other areas, a la Will Smith and Ice Cube. That's success.....

"Sippin' Zinfandels, up in Chippendales, shop in Bloomingdale's for Prada bags.
Female Don Dada has no problems splittin' cream with my team"
- Lil' Kim

Ah yes, the 90's. Generally regarded as the crossroads in rap music. It was the rise of bottle poppin', booty shakin', ice rockin', and......lyricism? I've always contended that outside of Rakim, KRS-ONE, and a few others lyrics in the 80's weren't too intricate. The 90's had rappers trying to step up their lyrical game which, in turn, made for a very entertaining decade. Three of the biggest names during the 90's were responsible in one way or another for two of the biggest female rappers we have ever seen. Biggie gave us Lil' Kim. Jay and Nas (and to some extent LL) gave us Foxy Brown. General thought is that this is the time when it started to get bad for the ladies. Kim and Foxy were thought to have been way too sexual, way too crass, and were accused (and rightfully so) of having ghostwriters. The success of Kim and Foxy caused some female listeners to try and take control of their own sexuality as they saw it as liberating. Other listeners were turned off and looked to artists like Lauryn Hill, Bahamadia, and Rah Digga to be their voice. Other popular artists like Eve, Mia X, and Da Brat were somewhat in the middle. "Love Is Blind" shows that not everything we had in the 80's is gone now. Something I think gets lost in this whole mix is the lyrical side of the argument. Lauryn(my favorite female emcee ever), Da Brat, Digga, and Eve can all rap. I mean really rap. Foxy and Kim have done enough in their careers to prove that they can write really well and not just recite what Big or Jay tell them to. For every year some of these ladies set women back in terms of respect, they advanced the lyrical ability of the female emcee as a whole.......

"Au contraire mon frere, don't you even go there, me without a mic is like a beat without a snare.
I dare to tear into your ego, we go, way back like some ganja and palequo or ColecoVision.
My mind make incisions in your anatomy and I back this with Deuteronomy or Leviticus,
God made this word, you can't get with this, sweet like licorice, dangerous like syphilis."
- Ms. Lauryn Hill

So where are we now? For me personally I haven't bought an album from a female rapper in about 5 years (Lil' Kim's The Naked Truth) and I only liked about half of those songs. And I can't see myself buying anything in the near future from another one. We've had Amil, Sole, Trina, Shawnna (who is terribly underrated), Diamond, Princess, Rasheeda, Remy Ma (who can rap), Charli Baltimore, Vita, Gangsta Boo, Jacki-O, Khia, Lady Sovereign, Queen Pen, and a bunch of others I try to forget. This looks too much like a "Where Are They Now" list. The only active female emcee that I really want to hear from is Jean Grae. She is better than about 90% of the men rapping and has the ability to make really good songs. If you haven't yet, check out anything by her, especially This Week. I also have hope for Eternia. She may be a force in the future, but it's yet to be determined. The future. And that brings me to Nicki Minaj. She seems to keep wanting to invade my speakers in one way or another. I don't want to knock any one's hustle, but if this is the direction it's going, I'm done. This chick cannot be the only female getting radio/video play, can she? Oh well. I'm hoping this comes full circle and we can get some variety. Because she has the right to make music if there is a demand for it. It's a free country. But, a yin to her yang is greatly needed.

Just Wright - Trailer

I hope this movie isn't terrible. I'm loving the casting and the premise. Please don't suck.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

K'Naan - "T.I.A." - Directed by NABIL

This guy's direction is crazy! This is my favorite song off Troubadour and having the visuals to accompany the song makes it even sweeter. I love the African themes and the energy of this video. Another NABIL joint coming soon.....

K'NAAN "T.I.A" music video directed by: NABIL from nabil elderkin on Vimeo.

Thursday, April 1, 2010


This is amazing. One of my favorite rappers is giving me a reason to watch Yo Gabba Gabba more than I already do. My daughter watches this show ALL the time and therefore, I have to as well. Props to Laila Ali, The Roots, Jack Black, and everyone else who has been on the show. But this might take the cake..............

Monday, March 29, 2010


Kelis - Acapella (Official Video)
Uploaded by Henrietta-Aime-Fumer_Tv. - Music videos, artist interviews, concerts and more.

When Kelis was that "loud screaming chick with the hair", I had a huge crush. All I can say about this look is.......interesting. She's still a beautiful lady, in my opinion.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Kanye West - "THE COLDEST WINTER" - Directed by Nabil

I am going to post a video from Nabil once a week. This guy is off the charts with his direction. Talk about bringing a video to life!! I wish they could get this guy to direct the next G.I. Joe or X-Men movie. I'm feeling this.

KANYE WEST "Coldest Winter" Directed by: NABIL from nabil elderkin on Vimeo.

Erykah Badu - "WINDOW SEAT"

WOWZERS! Ms. Badu has never been one to hold her tongue or follow the status quo. I'm not sure if I understand everything she was trying to convey with this joint (because she is deeper than me) but I do appreciate the effort. This might be the best 6 minutes of my day.

B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars - "NOTHIN' ON YOU"

Most songs that you hear all the time are good because...um..you hear them all the time and they grow embedded in your head weather you like it or not. This new radio wet dream is a great song regardless. I didn't know the kid, B.o.B. was going to come out with a joint like this. He will finally get the props he deserves because he is an extra talented dude. And this video is pretty cool, too. I still think Drake should have taken this route and had an album come out no more than two months after you release a smash single. Oh well.

Rihanna - "RUDE BOY"

This is one the nastiest, overtly sexual, freakiest songs I've heard come out of an R&B singer's mouth...........I like it. No really, this is a good song, just a little much. The video shows a lighter side of Rih-Rih. No guns, no all-black outfits, tape over the tah-tah's, or middle fingers here. Actually this looks like it could have been a Patra video from back in '94! Big ups to the Rude Gal, Rihanna, lol.

Death at a Funeral - Trailer

Chris Rock has never been a good actor to me. I enjoyed "I Think I Love My Wife" for the most part, but he never seems too comfortable unless he's on stage. But, with the supporting cast of this flick I think he may have found something good here. This trailer didn't make me Laugh Out Loud, but I think this should be pretty entertaining.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Yeah, This Is Tough!

In other news, if you haven't bought Ghostface's Ghostdini: Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City, I suggest you do now.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

What Do Ya'll Think?

I'm feeling it.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Sade - Soldier of Love

Go buy this now. And proceed to have a great Valentine's Day.

Melanie Fiona - "You Stop My Heart"

Chop Up Artist Spotlight alum, Melanie Fiona wishes a Happy Valentine's Day to each and all with a short video version of "You Stop My Heart." Melanie will be going on tour with Alicia Keys and hoping to make some believers of skeptics. The Bridge album is currently in stores and it's fire. I just recently BOUGHT a copy and I have nothing but great things to say about it.

MELANIE FIONA " YOU STOP MY HEART" from Paradoxal Inc on Vimeo.

Joell Ortiz feat. Novel - KAWL ME

Well I be damned! Mr. Yaowah made a song you can rock to. Holy Shit! I thought this is more of what Royce or Budden would do, but I LOVE this joint. Joell can tell pretty good stories and his wordplay stays slick. And I still can't figure out why cats still sleep on Novel. He is like the underground Ne-Yo. He murders hooks for errbody! This is officially my new ish. Free Agent in stores (iTunes at least) mid-April.

We Are The World - Revisited

I enjoyed this a lot. It sounded really good as far as remakes go and the visuals were on point. You can't help but want to donate some money to help all the children that were affected. Also it was good to see LL and Jamie in the studio together and it was also good to see Kanye get a second chance to show he actually cares about someone other than the Louie Vuitton Don. And it looks as if Auto-Tune is not dead, and may not even be on a respirator. Weezy and T-Peezy showed they will take that show anywhere. Props to Lionel Richie and all parties involved on the making of this.

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Pres. Obama visits Republican House of Representatives

I'm not really sure how I would rate President Obama's first year in office. I mean, I recognize that he came into office with a full plate of problems (war, economy) that he did not create. He also came into office with a target on his back because he was the first... um... well you know. Along the campain trail Obama preached change, a new political climate, a new way to run government. In all honesty though, things look very similar to the status quo from my perspective. Campain promises to bring our troops home and to reform health care have been bogged down by the same political tug of war that we've seen for decades. It is still early, and there still is hope, but at some point all the moving, hope-filled speeches have to give way to some defined, measurable progress. Friday, hopefully was the start of the change we've heard about for so long. President Obama stood before the Republican House of Representatives and for over an hour answered questions posed by many of his critics. It was finally a moment where President Obama stood firm, held his ground, and stopped playing Mr. nice guy. Hopefully this day was a sign of things to come. That we will see our President move forward with his agenda even if the right wing objects or name calls. It was really a sight to behold as Obama went one-on-one hundred and forty and for all intents and purposes "won". I for one hope that this was the beginning of a new day and not just one more great speech from a great politician.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


Big ups to Mark P for the input on this list. This was a hard list to do. I like rankings so that #1 spot had to be THE best album of last year. Everyone submitted their lists and this is what we came up with.

Note: Please send all hate mail to King B or D Mack. I just work here.

1. The Blueprint 3 - Jay-Z

2. So Far Gone - Drake

3. Man on the Moon - Kid Cudi

4. Only Built For Cuban Linx II - Raekwon

5. Slaughterhouse - Slaughterhouse

6. Attention Deficit - Wale

7. Love vs. Money - The-Dream

8. 'Til the Casket Drops - The Clipse

9. BLACKsummer'snight - Maxwell

10. Deeper Than Rap - Rick Ross

11. Epiphany - Chrisette Michele

12. Ready - Trey Songz

13. Back to the Feature - Wale

14. Ryan Leslie - Ryan Leslie

15. Ghostface - Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in the Emerald City

16. The Warm Up - J. Cole

17. Loso's Way - Fabolous

18. Forever in a Day - Day26

19. Sex Therapy - Robin Thicke

20. Transition - Ryan Leslie

21. Boy Meets World - Fashawn

22. U Know Big Sean - Big Sean

23. Relapse - Eminem

24. Ecstatic - Mos Def

25. The Element of Freedom - Alicia Keys

26. Padded Room - Joe Budden

27. The Last Kiss - Jadakiss

28. Brooklynati - Tanya Morgan

29. Gone Fishin' - The Cool Kids

30. Before I Self Destruct - 50 Cent

31. How To Be a Lady: Volume 1 - Electrik Red

32. In Love & War - Amerie

33. ...Just Visiting Too - Zo!

34. Diary of an ATL Brave - Donnis

35. A Day Late and A Dollar Short - Sene & Blu

36. In a Perfect World... - Keri Hilson

37. Elixir - Bria Valente

38. LOtUSFLOW3R - Prince

39. Murder Was the Case - Gucci Mane

40. The Introduction of Marcus Cooper - Pleasure P


Sorry for the delay. I know it's damn near the end of January, but we wanted to compile a very comprehensive list of the music that invaded your ears last year. Shout out to Mark P. of The Hip Hop Hope Dealers and Cyn for their input. Here we go:

1. Empire State of Mind - Jay-Z and Alicia Keys

2. Every Girl - Young Money

3. Best I Ever Had - Drake

4. Under - Pleasure P

5. Fancy - The-Dream

6. Rockin' That Thang - The-Dream

7. D.O.A. - Jay-Z

8. Knock You Down - Keri Hilson feat. Kanye West and Ne-Yo

9. Blame It - Jamie Foxx feat. T-Pain

10. Break Up - Mario feat. Gucci Mane

11. Beutiful Bliss - Wale feat. Melanie Fiona and J. Cole

12. Pretty Girls - Wale feat. Gucci Mane

13. Notebook - Chrisette Michele

14. Epiphany (I'm Leaving) - Chrisette Michele

15. Maybach Music 2 - Rick Ross feat. Kanye West, Young Jeezy, and Lil' Wayne

16. Must Be Love - Cassie feat. Diddy

17. Devotion - Electrik Red

18. Pretty Wings - Maxwell

19. Sex Therapy - Robin Thicke

20. Neighbors Know My Name - Trey Songz

21. Microphone - Slaughterhouse

22. I Miss My Love - Fabolous

23. Lust For Life - Drake

24. Love Sex Magic - Ciara feat. Justin Timberlake

25. Higher - Amerie

26. Poker Face - Lady GaGa

27. Make Her Say - Kid Cudi feat. Kanye West and Common

28. Ego (Remix) - Beyonce feat. Kanye West

29. So Good - Day26

30. Turnin' Me On (Mega Mix) - Keri Hilson feat. T.I., Lil' Wayne, Busta Rhymes, and JD

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

32. Something You Already Know - Bria Valente

33. It Kills Me - Melanie Fiona

34. Already Home - Jay-Z feat. Kid Cudi

35. Sunday Night - Ryan Leslie

36. Boom Boom Pow - The Black Eyed Peas

37. Heard 'Em All (Remix) - Amerie feat. Lil' Wayne

38. Popeyes - The Clipse

39. Exxxes - Joe Budden

40. It's in the Morning - Robin Thicke

41. I Cut Like a Buffalo - The Dead Weather

42. On to the Next One - Jay-Z

43. Lights Please - J. Cole

44. Black Roses - Trey Songz

45. Get It In Ohio - Cam'ron

46. Hot Shyt - Wale feat. Peedi Peedi, Black Thought, Tu Phace, and Young Chris

47. If I Ruled the World '09 - Nas feat. Marsha from Floetry

48. Friend Lover - Electrik Red

49. Make That Sound - J. Holiday

50. Mafia Music - Rick Ross

51. Your Heels - Day26

52. Venus vs. Mars - Jay-Z

53. Nights Over Egypt - Zo! feat. Carlitta Durand

54. Flight School - Kanye West and T-Pain

55. How It Was Supposed to Be - Ryan Leslie

56. La, La, La - LMFAO

57. Wetter - Twista

58. 3 A.M. - Eminem

59. Cuckoo - Slaughterhouse

60. Love vs. Money - The-Dream

61. Love vs. Money Part 2 - The-Dream

62. Say Aah - Trey Songz feat. Fabolous

63. Un-Thinkable - Alicia Keys

64. Thinking Out Loud - Mickey Factz

65. Everything, Everyday, Everywhere - Fabolous feat. Keri Hilson

66. Kinda Like a Big Deal - The Clipse feat. Kanye West

67. Fistful of Tears - Maxwell

68. Hard - Rihanna feat. Young Jeezy

69. 90210 - Wale

70. A Star is Born - Jay-Z feat. J. Cole

71. Say Something - Timbaland feat. Drake

72. Girlfriend - Day26

73. I Couldn't Help It - Joe Budden

74. Forever - Drake feat. Kanye West, Lil' Wayne, and Eminem

75. The Winner - Drake

76. Live From the Black Apple - Mickey Factz

77. Hey Young World - Fashawn feat. Aloe Blacc and Devoya

78. New Wu - Raekwon feat. Ghostface and Method Man

79. Something That I Like - Ryan Leslie feat. Pusha T

80. Invented Sex - Trey Songz

81. Shooting Star - Steph Jones

82. Off That - Jay-Z feat. Drake

83. Up, Up, and Away - Kid Cudi

84. I'm Goin' In - Lil' Wayne and Drake

85. Feel Good, Feel Better, Feel Wonderful - Prince

86. Morgan Blu - Tanya Morgan feat. Blu

87. Give It to Me Right (Remix) - Melanie Fiona feat. Busta Rhymes

88. Ponytail - Mya feat. Nikki Minaj

89. Cooler Than Me - Mike Posner feat. Big Sean

90. Auditorium - Mos Def

91. Chillin' - Wale feat. Lady GaGa

92. Always Strapped (Remix) - Birdman feat. Lil' Wayne and Mack Maine

93. Ciroc Star - Chester French feat. Diddy and Jadakiss

94. Owl Thru Gotham - Sene and Blu

95. Blame It On Me - Chrisette Michele

96. Bed Rest - Electrik Red

97. Ain't I (Remix) - Young L.A. feat. T.I. and Young Dro

98. Kings and Queens - 30 Seconds to Mars

99. What If? - Jadakiss feat. Nas

100. Try It On (Howwedoitoverhere) - Idle Warship

101. Hot Revolver - Lil' Wayne

102. Try Sleeping With a Broken Heart - Alicia Keys

103. Crazy You - Zo! feat. Sy Smith

104. Jupiter Love - Trey Songz

105. House of Flying Daggers - Raekwon feat. Inspectah Deck, Ghost, Method Man, and GZA

106. Tell Me You Love Me - Amerie

107. Sweat It Out - The-Dream

108. Missing You - The Black Eyed Peas

109. Conglomerate (Remix) - Busta Rhymes feat. Freeway

110. So Good (Remix) - Electrik Red feat. Lil' Wayne

111. Sooner Than Later - Drake

112. Shakin' It 4 Daddy - Robin Thicke feat. Nikki Minaj

113. Runnin' Back - Gucci Mane

114. Beneath the Veil - Chester French

115. Rich Off Cocaine - Rick Ross feat. Avery Storm

116. I'm Good - The Clipse

117. Baby By Me - 50 Cent

118. Life in Marvelous Times - Mos Def

119. Panty Droppa (Intro) - Trey Songz

120. Trust - Keyshia Cole and Monica

121. I Love College - Asher Roth

122. Sing 2 U - J. Holiday

123. Birthday Sex - Jeremih
124. Stoopid - Gucci Mane

125. Here Eye Come - Bria Valente

126. Samsonite Man - Fashawn feat. Blu

127. Not Anymore - LeToya

128. Yes - Lil' Wayne feat. Pharrell

129. Callin' - Kevon Edmonds

130. Meiple - Robin Thicke feat. Jay-Z

131. Perfectly Blind - Day26

132. Fight Klub - Slaughterhouse

133. Fragile - Christte Michele

134. Butterfly Tattoo - Bobby Valentino

135. Magnificent - Rick Ross

136. Sweatin' Out Weaves - Wale feat. UCB

137. On the Ocean - K'Jon

138. Right Hand Hi - Kid Sister

139. Let's Call It Off - Drake feat. Peter, Bjorn, and John

140. Hyyerr - Kid Cudi feat. Chip Tha Ripper

141. Drug Dealer Girl - Mike Posner

142. Put It Down - The-Dream

143. One Love - Trey Songz

144. Lay Back - Rick Ross feat. Robin Thicke

145. Spotlight - Gucci Mane feat. Usher

146. Cookies-N-Apple Juice - Cam'ron feat. Skitzo and Byrd Lady

147. Never Gonna Break Up - Ryan Leslie

148. Trust Me - London feat. Sweet Rush

149. Way Cool - Charles Hamilton

150. I'm So Tall - Chester French feat. Bun B, Talib Kweli, and Mickey Factz

151. Obsessed - Mariah Carey

152. My President is Black - Young Jeezy feat. Nas

153. Money Goes, Honey Stay (When the Money Goes Remix) - Fabolous feat. Jay-Z

154. Cuttin' Off Fingaz - Gucci Mane

155. Yes (I'll Be Your Baby) - Laura Izibor

156. Something Else - Jadakiss feat. Young Jeezy

157. City Lights - The New Royales feat. Bishop Lamont

158. Crawl - Chris Brown

159. Cut You Loose - Slaughterhouse

160. Pretty Brown - Amerie feat. Trey Songz

161. Go Low - R. Kelly

162. Close To You - BeBe and CeCe Winans

163. Girls on the Dance Floor (Remix) - Idle Warship

164. My Love - The-Dream feat. Mariah Carey

165. Regret - LeToya

166. Playing Possum - Maxwell

167. Angels - Dirty Money

168. Stadium Music - Day26

169. Red Eye - Amerie

170. Triumph - Wale

171. Psycho - 50 Cent feat. Eminem

172. Baby - Ghostface feat. Raheem DeVaughn

173. Move On (Remix) - Slaughterhouse

174. Showdown - The Black Eyed Peas

175. Your Love - Pleasure P

176. Last Time - Fabolous feat. Trey Songz

177. The Wrestler - Bruce Springsteen

178. Let It Loose - Wale feat. Pharrell

179. You're Not My Girl - Ryan Leslie

180. Black Mozart - Raekwon feat. Inspectah Deck and RZA

181. Mayor - Pacific Division

182. Pain in His Life - Joe Budden

183. Be By Myself - Asher Roth feat. Cee-Lo

184. Does He Do It - Trey Songz

185. Hate - Jay-Z feat. Kanye West

186. Famous Girl - Chris Brown

187. Kelly's 12-Play - The-Dream

188. Pucker Up - Ciara

189. Lonely Girls Club - Mario

190. Russian Roulette - Rihanna

191. Boyfriend #2 - Pleasure P

192. Does She Know - Trey Songz

193. Who's Real - Jadakiss feat. OJ Da Juiceman

194. We Outta Here - Slaughterhouse

195. Rather Be With You (Vagina is for Lovers) - Wale feat. J.Cole and Curren$y

196. I Gotta Feeling - The Black Eyed Peas

197. You Belong With Me - Taylor Swift

198. Sensibility - Mickey Factz

199. I Hate My Job - Cam'ron

200. Give and Take - Coline

201. Ribbon - Mariah Carey

202. Yo Body - Twista

203. Babymaker - Day26

204. Single - Lil' Wayne

205. I'm Okay - Chrisette Michele

206. So Damn Down - Tanya Morgan

207. Turn My Swag On - Souljah Boy

208. I Wanna Rock - Snoop Dogg

209. Go Shawty - Electrik Red

210. Makin' Love - Fabolous feat. Ne-Yo

211. Bad Habits - Maxwell

212. Solo Dolo - Kid Cudi

213. Gunplay - Rick Ross feat. Gunplay

214. Look At Me (When I Rock Wichoo - Kid Gloves Remix) - The Black Kids

215. Let Me - Pleasure P

216. TV in the Radio - Wale feat. K'Naan

217. The Highways of my Life - Zo! feat. Darien Brockington

218. I'mma Put It On Her - Day26

219. 9 to 5 - Electrik Red

220. Trick'n - Mullage

221. More Than Love - Amerie feat. Fabolous

222. We Gone - Kidz in the Hall

223. Ain't No Justice - Sene and Blu

224. Pick Up the Bass - Mickey Factz

225. Lord - Sleepy Sun

226. Mr. Right - Chrisette Michele

227. Walkin' On the Moon - The-Dream feat. Kanye West

228. Slow Dance - Keri Hilson

229. Tito Santana - Wale feat. Joe Budden

230. Can't Blame You - Ginuwine

231. I'll Be the Shooter - 50 Cent

232. Stapleton Sex - Ghostface

233. Popularity - Skyzoo

234. Different People - Amerie

235. A Night Off - Drake feat. Lloyd

236. To the Top - Ryan Leslie

237. The Way (Intro) - Fabolous

238. Rollacoasta - Robin Thicke

239. More Than That - Trey Songz

240. On Top - Trey Songz

241. Shades - Wale

242. Don't Stay - Laura Izibor

243. In My Sleep - Joe Budden

244. By My Side - Jadakiss feat. Ne-Yo

245. Crimson and Clover - Prince

246. What You Do - Chrisette Michele feat. Ne-Yo

247. Number One - R. Kelly

248. Muah - Electrik Red

249. Oh - Kevon Edmonds

250. Swagger - Asia Cruise feat. Young Joc and T-Pain

251. All This Love - Bria Valente

252. Po'ed Up - Fly Union and Big Sean

253. Killaz - Slaughterhouse

254. Our Way - Fashawn feat. Evidence

255. Wrong Lover - J. Holiday

256. 3 Is the New 2 - Bobby Valentino

257. Tie Me Down - New Boyz

258. New Years Resolution - Serius Jones

259. Alpha - Mickey Factz

260. Just Getting Started - Day26

261. I Need A U - LeToya

262. Shittin' Onum - Gucci Mane

263. LOL :-) - Trey Songz feat. Gucci Mane and Souljah Boy

264. Pray For Me - Joe Budden

265. Dangerous - Amerie

266. One Tribe - The Black Eyed Peas

267. Thank You - Jay-Z

268. My Time - Fabolous feat. Jeremih

269. Infidelity - Trey Songz

270. The Calm - Drake

271. Mr. Yeah - The-Dream

272. Possibility - Lykke Li

273. Last Two - Young Chris feat. Freeway and Beanie Sigel

274. Everywhere - The New Royales feat. Self-Scientific

275. W.F.Y. - Electrick Red

276. Us - Brother Ali

277. Papers - Usher

278. Let's Stop Playin' - Ghosface feat. John Legend

279. Holla If You Need Me - Trey Songz

280. November 18th - Drake

281. We Walk - The Ting Tings

282. Mrs. Sexy - Robin Thicke

283. New Girlfriend Music - Charles Hamilton

284. Cloud 9 - Jagged Edge

285. I'm a Mess - Johnta Austin

286. Nerd Girl - Chester French feat. Janelle Monae

287. America's Suitehearts - Patrick Stump feat. Joe Budden, 88-Keys, and Murs

288. Juicy - London feat. Young Joc

289. I Could Take Your Girl - Drake feat. Lil' Wayne and Kid Kid

290. Times Up - Wynter Gordon

291. Choose - Tank

292. I Don't Remember - Ciara

293. Teriya-King - The Teriyaki Boyz feat. Kanye West and Big Sean

294. Uh Huh - Alfamega

295. Searchin' - Young Chris feat. Wale

296. NoNo! - Pacific Division

297. Loco With The Cake - Ace Hood

298. History - Mos Def feat. Talib Kweli

299. I'm In Miami, Trick - LMFAO

300. Real As It Gets - Jay-Z feat. Young Jeezy

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Mike Posner @ University of Dayton

How did I not even hear about this???? I gotta get back in the loop. Mike seems to have pretty good control over the crowd and this seems like an ill performance. Album is due out sometime in 2010.

Pill Interview on Atlanta Radio

I promise I'm going to do a spotlight on this kid soon. Soon!

Pants On The Ground

MY MAN!! The General is letting y'all young boys know you need to pull your pants up, straighten up, and fly right. I love Idol for people like this (and for the kids that can sing as well). And if the Vikings win the Superbowl I expect the whole team to do the dance!

Clipse-"Freedom" Video

This is the opening song off of "Til The Casket Drops". I can't stress this enough; if you don't have the album yet, you are missing out! Troy, do the right thing.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


A Day with 3sixteen by Sarah Krusen from 3sixteen on Vimeo.

Wake Up Call

Wake Up Calls from Malice of the Clipse on Vimeo.

If you don't have "Til The Casket Drops" yet, do yourself a favor and get it. Smitty, I hope you are listening.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

I Wanna Rock-Remix

Did ya'll hear Jay's verse on the "I Wanna Rock" remix?

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Why Is This Acceptable?

I'm mean seriously, why?

This Reminds Me Of The Time When N.O.R.E Cared About His Lyrics

This is a good look for N.O.R.E! For N.O.R.E.........I'm impressed.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Memphis Bleek - The Process (Artwork)

What you've all been waiting for?


No Satanism here! Thanks, Jigga. Not really a big fan of this song, but I really dig the video. So I guess it's the exact opposite of the "On To The Next One" video/song. And Mr. Hudson is The Man. Not like a cop, but like he's a really good artist.


I think this video is too avant garde for me. I don't get it. Oh wait, I do get it. He's worshipping the devil again I guess. People please don't watch this video or your eyes will turn bloodshot red and you will speak in tongues. Lol, I warned you. OnSmash Rocks!