The cat TiRon went from the homie who kicked it with them in our interview to being “featured.” Gotta love it.
im not mad at the beat or video but man pac div are some mediocre ass rappers. chorus is wack as fuck too.
^ Can’t agree with you there fam. Pac. Division gets down.
i fucks wit it – when the third guy came in it kinda felt like some Pharcyde – Little Brother ish… i fucks wit it
completely off topic but….
Anyone been to Frankfurt Germany? Where would one find some hash there? Where’s the hip hop spots?
any info would help..
Pacific Division is growing on me the more I listen to them..I can’t hate.
chris got tha haterade in full effect…i dunno about these guys as a long term group wit staying power, but they mos definitely got skillz
Elephant in the Sand 2 cover:
“i’m literally a midget” lol
can we have this in an mp3
I tried to find an mp3, but no luck.
Here’s TiRon’s mixtape though:
TiRon – Handshakes & Pounds (Mixtape)
“Above the Brim” interview with Sean P at Strictlyfitteds.com, which i was just peepin out and is actually a dope site for fitted addicts such as myself:
wheres that shell shocked mixtape?
LL Cool J has stirred up trouble again with his former record label boss, Jay-Z, by insisting the departing Def Jam president failed his artists. The rap veteran has one more Def Jam release on his contract before he quits the label too. But, before he leaves, he’s keen to let the industry know what he thinks about the 99 Problems hitmaker. Speaking out about the music mogul in “Sister 2 Sister,” magazine, LL Cool J says, “It’s been a great business for him, but it has been not so great for a lot of the artists that were there (at Def Jam) previously. “We have to be very careful when we talk about it because, for some strange reason, his fans… start thinking, like, you’re hating when you’re just being real.” LL Cool J also suggests Jay-Z was only given the Def Jam top job because the label’s top executives wanted “to show the world that they still cared about hip-hop and they felt like giving him the job would show the world that.” Jay-Z quit his post as president of Def Jam Records in December (07) and was alleged to be planning to start his own venture on another label.
In Related News: “If you can’t have an intelligent conversation with me you absolutely can’t be around me. That’s finito, man.” Rapper/actor LL Cool J likes smart friends even though he dropped out of school when he was 14.
Hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre has compared rapper The Game to the late Tupac Shakur- insisting the 29-year-old is just as talented as the deceased star. The legendary producer teamed up with The Game – real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor – to work on a track for his new album and the experience has convinced him the rapper is blessed with same ability as tragic star Shakur, whose highly successful music career was cut short when he was killed in a drive-by shooting in 1996. Dr Dre – AndrÃ© Romelle Young – also insists The Game’s recent spell in prison has helped boost his music in the same way Shakur’s 1995 jail sentence spurred him on to write some of his most famous hits.
He tells MTV.com, “Right now, he’s like ‘Pac. It’s like when ‘Pac came outta prison and did California Love that same night. Lyrically, he’s somewhere else right now. “When he was going to jail … he said he didn’t know how long he’s gonna be going in for. But he was like, ‘When I come out, I’m ready to go.’ So the day he got out, we got the phone call, like, ‘Yo, come to L.A. right now.’ So me and Cool jumped on the plane.” The Game pleaded no contest to weapons charges earlier this year (08) and served eight days of a 60-day sentence. He was released on 9 March (08) due to prison overcrowding.
Starting this summer, Wells Fargo will offer its customers the equivalent of online safety deposit boxes in which to store their sensitive documents.
The service, called Wells Fargo “VSafe,” is the first of its kind from a large financial institution-will provide retail banking customers with a virtual storage space for digital copies.
“Vsafe,” will be available to Wells Fargo customers for a monthly fee: $4.95 a month for 1 gigabyte, $9.95 a month for 3 gigabytes and $14.95 for 6 gigabytes of storage.
Customers will be able to access their Vsafe through their online banking account.
These kids are nice!…. they have really grown on me!
@ boogie – in that article, it keeps referring to dr. dre but then later, that person says “me and cool hopped on the plane,” which leads me to think they’re talking about producer dre (andre christopher lyon (had to wiki that one))…i can’t see dr. dre saying some dumb shit like that…most likely that was dre of cool and dre
pac div & blu> all your current favorite new artists…
west coast STAND UP
there’s the article…i’m pretty sure whoever wrote it is just an idiot
I can really relate to these Pac Div….they seem like everyday dudes (who can rap waaaaayyyyy better than any your favorite rappers)
More ‘everyday’ dudes for sure.
@ Sherm and Boogie
Yeah the guy who wrote that article is just and idiot. Quotes were from Dre not Dr. Dre.
Taken from this article:
Hella props goes to the homey Rymega for finding what seemed to be the impossible mp3. Good looks.
I second that Doug^