- Geek & Sci-Fi
Ever since Meka moved to New York, game got real. Our homies over at the (2)Dopehouse show their love and appreciation for the Big Apple rap circuit with their mixtape A (2)Dope Mixtape: Empire State Edition.
I know and they know you slept on this whirling dervish of lyricism last time out, but here's the video so you can actually see what Sky &.
Pet Peeves: left-lane-hang-out highway drivers; folks who think that if you open a candy wrapper slower, it's quieter; great emcees who don't put out music. Here's a man with amazing flow and talent abound, who hasn't even nicked the surface of what the industry could be to and for him. Here's a man who I'd vouch for, for days and conversations on end, but with an asterisk like "but don't hold your breath." Here's an unsung hero whose inactivity closes the chords on any voice that would be ready with accolades if they but only heard his music. I could back-hand compliment Naturel all day.
Am I the only one who finds it mildly funny but cool that Reggie Noble uses Twitter.
The rain drenched streets of New York didn't stop the heads from coming to Illmind's Blaps, Rhymes & Life IV event at Santos Party House last Wednesday.
The What: In honor of his latest digital compilation, Blaps, Rhymes & Life Vol.
There should be a "The" in there to clarify on the title but that's beside the point.
The What: Illmind's Blaps, Rhymes & Life III Release Party The When: 10:00pm - 4:00am, Friday, June 26th, 2009 The Where: @ The Blue Seats in NYC, 157 Ludlow Street (between Stanton & Rivington) On The Wheels: DJ Mpos of The Elite Camp FREE with RSVP*, leave FULL NAME + Company/Affiliation to RSVP@Illmind.biz.
Bambu with the raps and illMind with the (boom) bap on the production tip.
Sticklers may find an ode to a convicted cop killer shooter a heinous crime in itself, but with the way the jakes have been acting in 2009, who are they to point fingers.
A little bit of this, a little bit of that boom bap as Skyzoo & Wale put in work over Illmind's soulful groove.