I always told people when Lil B name come up in conversation that the kid ain't crazy. You have to understand the "I DONT GIVE A FUCK" mentality of an artist. It's differenct for everyone, but in B's case it's just freedom of expression in its purest form. I may not be a fan of his music, but I have total utmost respect for his artistry and for being human. Keep cookin' B!
You heard the story, right? In a nut shell, $200 Million to a graffiti artist! I did community service and probation for bombing back in '98 and my parents were devastated and never understood it. Until now! The look on my moms face when when she broke the news to me about David Choe and his infamous gamble with Facebook, priceless! LMAO at the anonymous caller who offered him $2M for a lifetime supply of oral sex. Fuckin crazy!
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"Common Folk" is the name of Nate's free LP and this is the first video of many installments directed by ChasenPaper of 24KMC set to release 3-27-2012. From the looks of the video I'm sure the "Common Folk" will be an original masterpiece.
The Fam is back and strong with a super steezy video from the Bloop Gawd Cash Diesel. P Funk is preppin' for some kind of release. I wish I knew, but the kid throws out so many names and titles of projects I get lost in the loop. But nonetheless, you can expect good music.
A dynamic duo, nonetheless. Plus pushin' that hardline making moves most artist are afraid to. Why not fly out to New York and cut a record with one of the best producers out? For Plus, there's no question. Ski is responsible for some of the illest records including Jay-Z's "Dead Presidents" and "Feelin' It" which in my opinion are some of the dopest Jay-Z records from Reasonable Doubt. Catch "Heaven Knows" from Ski Beatz album "Twilight". iTunes
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Its been a minute since I had a Green post, and tonight I ran into "Deja Vu" which is a really ill song with a very powerful visual. Don't sleep on Moe Green's latest work, "Lion Heart" either. Download @ Superduperdope.com
Wu Tang was like my heavy metal, feel me!? At the peak of their existence, I was doing mad shit an adolescent would do in the early 90's. I still slap thier albums and feel like gettin' into some shit. That raw energy will remain forever. Listening to Rae speak on the crew is pretty cool. But that crew was never meant to stay together. Long live the WU and Rest in Peace, Ol' Dirty Bastard.
The homie and Giant Elephant came to the studio to rock some work up. Here's a little something to help you visualize how it goes down from the other side of the glass. By the way, you should be expecting to hear some work from us too. www.giantelephant.com
Shout out to Mistah FAB for dropping "If the Streets Could Talk" from his latest album, "I Lost My Backpack 2. The Lost Notebook". Go copp that!