Monthly Archives: November 2012

New Tunes: The Game ft. Nipsey Hussle – “Judas’ Closet”


Today, The Game gives us #BirthdayService in celebration of his bornday.  Timbaland comes off of hiatus to man the boards.  Tell us what you think.

Redman – “White People are Rioting” (Freestyle)

If it aint broke…Redman and Erick Sermon rekindle the chemistry they’re known for.  If Muddy Waters II: Even Muddier sounds like this, we’re all in.

Yasiin Bey – “I Don’t Like” (Freestyle)


Yasiin goes in and speaks on some current common people issues.

Fresh Talent Spotlite Review – Horus Rising, Mic Broadway & Filthy J

Horus, the ancient Egyptians’ national patron god, was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man wearing a crown, as a symbol of kingship over the entire kingdom.  Horus Rising are looking to make an impact with more modest aspirations.   Read the rest of this entry

Wu Block (Album Stream)


Wu-Tang and D-Block come together for their new release Wu Block. is giving fans a chance to hear the whole album now.   Read the rest of this entry

Saigon ft. Marsha Ambrosius – “Game Changer”

Sai drops his latest from off of The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses.  This visual was shot and directed by Smokestack Recordings and Pace Media Production at the infamous Quad Studios in NYC.

New Tunes: T.I. & Andre 3000 – “Sorry”


Tip and Andre release their long awaited collabo of off the upcoming Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head album.  Feeling this?

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Movie Review Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)

A movie that is great beyond its promise and premise.




The trailer for this movie left me stuck in the middle. We have an insane premise- that the 16th President of the United States did double duty as a monster killer and some wicked and slickly filmed chop chop action thrown in. Director Timur Bekmambetov, from the Night Watch and Day Watch movies, is no stranger to fangs in film. He channels his passion for all things dark and scary and then adds a pinch of Matrix (no surprise) and Brotherhood of the Wolf. The Brotherhood nod is for seeing early Americana mixed with Martial Arts.


It works. The movie succeeds- a huge credit goes to the serious handling of the iconic Abraham Lincoln character [played by Benjamin Walker] and the great lengths taken to capture…

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New Tunes: Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch, Raekwon & Jadakiss – “Crack Spot Stories”


As Wu-Block gets set to drop their new release on the 27th they hit us with another banger.

Game ft. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony – “Celebration” Remix (Video)

The Game borrows the melodic, spit-fire flow from those Cleveland thugs in memory of the late Easy-E while out in the city of angels.