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- Geek & Sci-Fi
Here's everything we can share with you about Stupid Americans, which essentially means we're going to cut and paste a portion of the press release.
David Banner didn't call up RHCP for his new song "Californication" but he did manage to round up adequate substitutes in Snoop Dogg, Game, Nipsey Hussle, Kree and Ras Kass for this new track off his Sex, Drugs & Video Games LP.
If you grew up during the 90s, you've undoubtedly heard Seal's "Kiss From A Rose" around 100,001 times.
Not everyone's completely buying into the whole the yuletide cheer idea.
King Mez is a beneficent ruler, as evidenced by the jewels he drops while talkin' recording and Jordans on the self-produced track "Reign.
From what I've seen, most of Ras Kass' fanbase considers "Nature Of The Threat" his best song.
The latest lyrical and visual offering from Ras Kass, called "The Line," with a classic Rakim sample for the hook.
As late career renaissances go, Ski Beatz’ has to be one of the most unexpected. Nevertheless, the man behind “Dead Presidents” rise from the ashes has nothing to do with luck, but rather an ability to consistently craft pristine tracks for young MCs like Curren$y and Jay Electronica. Having gotten his mojo back, Beatz steps out of the background and into the spotlight with his own album, 24 Hour Karate School. The result is easily one of best exhibitions of the year. Over a fast moving twelve tracks, Beatz establishes himself as a master of many styles, adept at transitioning between different sounds. The mournful horns of opener “Nothing But Us” bleed beautifully into the rough dissonance of “Go,” as Ski Beatz enlists the odd combination of Jim Jones and Curren$y to give the album some guttural flavor.
The level of anticipation for Ski's 24 Hour School has wavered from a butterflies-in-stomach effect to "believe it when I see it," but as of right now, all skeptics should bow to the sensei because September 21st is the day the dojo will be opened.
"O-C, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt's a douchebag and cornball, F#ck her 'til her implants leak, hit her with everything except the kitchen sink." DJ Skee premiered this the other night on his XM show and now the CDQ has been unshackled. Rhyme animal Ras goes for 12 minutes, picking up the most popular instrumentals around and laying them down.
With A.D.I.D.A.S. finally dropping tomorrow, the last leak from Ras & Rhettmatic's project is actually the intro song, entitled "I Am Legend.
And you shall be entertained! Heavyweight rhymers abound in this video for the "2010 Wake Up Show Anthem." Featuring Locksmith, Kam Moye, Crooked I, Tech N9ne, Tajai, The RZA, Ras Kass and B-Real. With DJ Revolution, DJ King Tech, DJ Qbert and DJ Jazzy Jeff. Whew. If you don't have it, you can grab the audio here.
The mailman comes sharing gifts again today. This is pretty much a cheap post but it serves a dual purpose. Uno, I figure I'll start sharing items that actually do show up @ my doorstep. I'm no Marcus Troy but I do get pretty cool promo items and other stuff.
"Gimmie ya BET top ten, make'em my main course/And this ain't designed to sell -- this designed to give you sickle cell & burn in h*ll.