Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
FACEBOOK POLL ASKS IF OBAMA SHOULD BE KILLED:
Survey on social networking site prompts Secret Service investigation.
*The Secret Service is investigating a poll posted Saturday on the social networking site Facebook that asks if President Obama should be assassinated, with possible answers "yes," "maybe," "if he cuts my health care" and "no."
"We are aware of it and we will take the appropriate investigative steps," Secret Service Darrin Blackford told the Associated Press. "We take of these things seriously."
At least 730 people took the user-generated poll before Facebook officials found out about it and yanked it down. Results of the survey were not available.
The company said the person who created the poll has been suspended from using the site.
"The third-party application that enabled an individual user to create the offensive poll was brought to our attention this morning," said Barry Schnitt, Director of Policy Communications for Facebook. "The application was immediately suspended while the inappropriate content could be removed by the developer and until such time as the developer institutes better procedures to monitor their user-generated content."
"We're working with the US Secret Service but they'll need to provide any details of their investigation," he added.
Meanwhile, another Facebook poll has since surfaced, asking "Should the creator of 'should Obama be killed' be arrested?"
In the videotaped confession, 19-year-old Silvanus Shannon also said that the victim, Derrion Albert, never struck him, said the spokeswoman, Tandra Simonton. Three teens arrested in Albert's death -- Silvanus Shannon, 19; Eric Carson, 16; and Eugene Riley, 18 -- were seen on the videotape attacking Albert, and were charged with first degree murder and held without bail, Simonton said. Monday night authorities said they charged a fourth suspect, 17-year-old Eugene Bailey, with murder.
Monday, September 28, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
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Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Monday, September 21, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
I Get Physical
Sun Won’t Come Out
I Got a Love
The Main Ingredient
All the Places
Take You There
Check It Out
In the Flesh
Get on the Mic
Thanks 2 Kevin Nottingham
For Pete’s Sake
Ghettos of the Mind
Lots of Lovin
Straighten It Out
Anger in the Nation
On & On
It’s Like That
Can’t Front on Me
If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right
Thanks 2 Kevin Nottingham
Monday, September 14, 2009
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Thursday, September 10, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
(From 2Dopeboyz) In Episode #11, Eternia provides a scathing critique of the “R.I.P. to All Female Emcees” media hype that recently surfaced. She builds with the legendary MC Lyte & Jean Grae, as all 3 ladies shut down the ‘where are all the female emcees?’ rhetoric that has run rampant. The episode also introduces two other emcees killing the game: True Daley & Nemiss, who murk the stage… and happen to be female.
9th Wonder [click to read] has been recognized for his acclaimed production work with Jay-Z [click to read], Sean Price and Little Brother. Outside of Hip Hop, the North Carolina producer and professor has produced hit singles for Destiny's Child and Erykah Badu as well.
Today it was revealed to HipHopDX that 9th has accepted a Urban A&R position through Arizona-based 101 Distribution. “I just thought it was a good opportunity to get my fans to go to one place,” the North Carolinian producer explains. “CD sales in stores are really going down, labels get in the way and I just thought of a way to put out the album for everybody to go buy it. It’s a supply and demand type thing. I don’t believe in a big, big roll out and all this whatever. I tell my fans to go get it, they get it and I’m straight. And I think 101D is the best place for it.” The union started when the distribution company worked with 9th on distributing his and Wale's Back To The Future mixtape.
In addition to the A&R position, 9th Wonder has agreed to use 101D to distribute 10 releases, reportedly due in the next year. Seven of the 10 releases will be volumes of The Lost Beats. These collections will feature rare and unreleased 9th Wonder instrumentals. Other producers including DJ Premier, J Dilla and Da Beatminerz have done similar releases on vinyl and CD.
Other confirmed releases include a project from Tyler Woods and an official release of Murs & 9th Wonder's third album installment, Sweet Lord [click to read].
“Every record sounds different – every one, and with Murs, it’s the same thing,” 9th Wonder explains. “We just kept every album different. It’s the same concept we have, but every album just sounds different. That’s all. And it’s soul music. I don’t really believe in re-inventing the wheel too much. I just believe in Soul music and that’s what I do.”
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Sunday, September 6, 2009
2. I'm Still #1
3. South Bronx
4. Sound Of Da Police
5. Love's Gonna Get'Cha (Material Love)
6. Step Into A World (Rapture's Delight)
7. You Must Learn
8. Jack Of Spades
9. The Bridge Is Over
11. Criminal Minded
12. Black Cop
13. MC's Act Like They Don't Know
14. Why Is That?
15. Outta Here
16. Essays On BDP-Ism feat. Scott LaRock
Let's Go Get It!
1. J.Period Intro W/ Big Daddy Kane
2. Mr. Pitiful
3. Taste Of Chocolate
4. Brother Brother F/ Little Daddy Shane
5. Smooth Operator
6. Dance With The Devil
7. Who Am I
8. Worth To The Mother[Land]
9. Young Gifted & Black
10. Young Gifted & Black Freestyle [NaS]
11. Biz Markie Interlude [J.Period Exclusive]
12. Just Rhymin With The Biz
13. Rhymin B/W Got It Made [J.Period Blend]
14. Rhymin B/W Customer [J.Period Blend]
15. Rhymin B/W Symphony [J.Period Blend]
16. Symphony Interlude [J.Period Exclusive]
18. The Cypher Pt.1 - F. Kool G Rap [DJ.Period Exclusive Remix]
19. The Cypher Pt.2 - F. Biz Markie [DJ.Period Exclusive Remix]
20. The Cypher Pt.3 - F. Kane [DJ.Period Exclusive Remix]
21. Tony Touch 50 MC's Interlude
22. 50 MC's Freestyle
23. Ain't No Half Steppin
24. Bugged Tip B/W No Joke [J.Period Blend]
25. Don't Curse - F. Q-Tip
26. No Damn Good
27. Cause I Can Do It Right
28. I Get The Job Done
29. It's Hard Being The Kane
30. It's Hard Being The Kane Remix
32. Raw B/W Radio [J.Period Exclusive]
33. Raw B/W Ledge [J.Period Exclusive]
34. Warm It Up Kane
35. Wrath Of Kane
36. Nuff Respect
37. Set It Off
38. Burn Hollywood Burn - F. Ice Cube + Chuck D.
39. Drop A Jewel Interlude [J.Period Exclusive]
40. Erase The Racism [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
41. Jazz Thing Interlude
42. Stop Shammin
43. Mortal Combat
44. How U Get A Record Deal
45. How U Pt. 2 [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
46. How U Pt. 3 [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
47. R.I.P. B.I.G. Interlude
48. B.I.G. Freestyle [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
49. Kane Freestyle [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
50. R.I.P. Big L / Platinum Plus
51. The Man The Icon
52. Icon Pt. 2 [J.Period Exclusive Remix]
Saturday, September 5, 2009
THE TIME IS NOW- Keepers of The Art along with the City of Akron, Lock3 Park, Cargill, The Akron Community Foundation, 91.3FM The Summit, Hip Hop Flavas and Henry's Acme brings you the 2nd Annual Akron Hip Hop Showcase - Celebrating the 20 Year Anniversary of the "Stop The Violence Movement". The event is only $5!!!!!!!!!
This year's event will showcase the talents of Hip Hop Pioneers KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane and Buckshot (original member of Black Moon/Boot Camp Click) among many local artists.
All of this for a low, low reession buster price of $5!!!!!!!!! That's FIVE DOLLARS!
The Showcase will also include many styles of the culture and DJ sets starring Cleveland's own DJ Mick Boogie. Food, fun and community involvement will highlight this incredible festival that promises to wet your Hip-Hop appetite!
Friday, September 4, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Jay-Z: Young Hov
1. “Hawaiian Sophie (Punch It Mix)” by Jaz feat. Jay-Z
2. “It’s That Simple” by Jaz feat. Jay-Z
3. “The Originators” by Jaz feat. Jay-Z
4. “Can I Get Open” by Original Flavor feat. Ski, T-Strong, Jay-Z, & DJ Chubby Chub
5. “Many Styles” by Original Flavor feat. Ski, Jay-Z, T-Strong, & Freshco
6. “Show & Prove” by Big Daddy Kane feat. Jay-Z, Scoob Lover, Sauce Money, Shyheim & ODB
7. “Da Graveyard” by Big L feat. Jay-Z, Y.U., Lord Finesse, Microphone Nut & Party Arty
8. “Time to Build” by Mic Geronimo feat. Jay-Z, DMX & Ja Rule
9. “Only a Customer” by Jay-Z
10. “In My Lifetime (Remix)” by Jay-Z
11. “I Can’t Get With That” by Jay-Z
12. “In My Lifetime” by Jay-Z
13. “Dead Presidents” (Original) by Jay-Z
14. “Can’t Knock the Hustle (Remix)” by Jay-Z
15. “Big Momma Thang” by Lil’ Kim feat. Jay-Z & Lil Cease
16. “No Love Lost” by Shaquille O’Neal feat. Jay-Z, Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz
17. “Who Ya Wit” (Original) by Jay-Z
Thanks to Kevin Nottingham
Mick Boogie - Just The Past f. Big Sean, Black Milk & T3 (nVMe Remix)