Monthly Archives: July 2013
Inspired to write over Nas’ “2nd Childhood”, Redman goes in and shares his obsession with the spark that ignites the flame.
Movie Review: The Wolverine (2013)
Armed with Claws and Cause The Wolverine does not disappoint
Every superhero has a storyline or era that most readers agree is the best period in their history. For Spiderman, it’s the Kraven series and anything involving Venom. Daredevil has the Elektra and Bullseye saga. For the X-Men’s most feral member [besides Beast], it might be his time in Japan and his battles with the ninja. The trailer shows Wolverine going head to head and a glimpse of a giant metal samurai. The story looks to be centered on Wolverine losing his healing abilities and living life as a regular mortal. That would normally be enough to sell us, but there’s that lingering taste left over from his first outing; X-Men Origins Wolverine (2009). So can we finally get the Wolverine movie we’ve been waiting for? In a simple word, yes.
Hugh Jackman reprises…
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What ever happens to those rappers who no longer have the spotlight shining on them? Most end up broke in trying to live like they once did while sadly, others fall off completely and become victims of the system. Tracey Lee was best known for 1997’s “The Theme (It’s Party Time) and “Keep Your Hands High”, his collaboration with Notorious B.I.G. The rapper turned entertainment lawyer is back with Young Guru spitting fire over Big Daddy Kane’s “Set It Off”. Tell us what you think.
Since the early 90’s Busta has made his trademark, hyped-up appearances in music videos. We’ve seen him try a more subdued approach the last few years but those visuals just weren’t memorable. This time around he steps in front of and behind the camera to assist X with the direction. Today we see the final cut when he teams up with Nicki to release more animated new sights and sounds from off of his upcoming E.L.E. 2 album.
From off of 2007’s Live From the Bricks mixtape, Reggie Noble releases sights, sounds and spits about what he knows best.
Ever been to a party or a live show where the DJ cuts the music off and everyone in attendance continues to recite a whole verse to a song? That’s how you know a song is a classic or on its way to becoming one. Kanye West is hands down the best producer to ever step in the recording booth. He recently said on Twitter that the second verse from his “New Slaves” song is the best “OF ALL TIME IN THE HISTORY OF RAP MUSIC, PERIOD”. What do you think?
You can also watch the video for “Black Skinhead” here and give us your thoughts.
Hopsin details the story of peer pressure, drug use and the death of an old friend in his latest sights and sounds. The Knock Madness album is scheduled for release this fall.
Named after a popular documentary directed by Gary Weis in 1979 that reflected the days of early Bronx gang life, 80 Blocks from Tiffany’s is solely produced by legendary producer Pete Rock and lyrically mastered by the Bronx dynamite duo Camp Lo. “80 Blocks from Tiffany’s Pt. II” will be released on 7-30-2013 and contains features from Mac Miller, Ab-Soul (TDE), Talib Kweli, Uncle Murda and M.O.P. Keep reading for the project tracklist.
DJ Touch Touch puts down the instrumentals and a room full of MC’s start spitting. It’s a Hip Hop rhyme cypher. If you haven’t done so already check out his new The Piece Maker 3: Return of the 50 MC’s LP release.