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reviewed Eminem: Relapse. May 19, 2009
It's been about a good 4 or 5 years since I've bought a rap CD. So roughly about the same amount of time since Em's last solo album. These days if I listen to any rap at all, it's mostly old school stuff: …
reviewed Black Eyed Peas. May 28, 2009
Black Eyed Peas
I remember the very first video I saw of BEP.  It was Joints and Jam and I thought they were crazy.  It was just them rapping and singing into the camera, walking down a street.    But …
reviewed Kobe Bryant - Lil wayne. June 15, 2009
posted in Music Matters
Lil Wayne has entertained me in different ways than my favorite rappers have done so throughout the years.  There is something about his voice and style that has me cracking up whenever I hear one …
reviewed MKLVFKWR. June 27, 2009
MKLVFKWR
I'm going to start with my favorite part of the rap:   "New Whirl Odor   Doesn't need us   Call for peace   Better heed us   Dictators    …
reviewed DJ AM. August 29, 2009
Rest In Power DJ AM
One of the best genre skipping DJs to have ever lived, DJ AM aka Adam Goldstein, will be greatly missed by the DJ community, clubgoers everywhere who were priveleged enough to see him …
reviewed Hip Hop Honors 2009. October 15, 2009
Logo
I’m old enough to remember the beginning of Def Jam. I grew up in the Bay Area and was only 6 when they started in 1984, so I wasn’t there for Rick Rubin’s dorm parties 3000 miles away …
reviewed Tongue N' Cheek. November 16, 2009
Tongue N' Cheek
East London: The South of England's answer to the North. The stereotypical home of rough-around-the-edges, cockney east-enders and the unlikely birthplace of Britain's current most popular music genre...   …
reviewed Tongue N' Cheek. November 24, 2009
Tongue N' Cheek
As a long time dizzee fan as well as a grime fan, I found most of this album to be very disappointing. In the end, what he is trying to do is get popular in the US, which he had a great balance for on …
reviewed Kanye West. December 01, 2009
Kanye West
The best thing about Kanye West is also the worst thing about him: he has no filter. What Kanye thinks comes out of his mouth, or on the stage of an awards show or benefit concert, or best of all, into …
reviewed Fishscale. December 03, 2009
Fishscale
Ghostface Killah's hip-hop epic manages to move from crime narrative to life on the streets to general bizarreness like a dream sequence involving Spongebob banging the Eisleys. It's catchy, it's hardcore, …
reviewed Academics of Street Art. December 03, 2009
Academics of Street Art
 Johannes Stahl’s book, Street Art, is not just a compilation of beautifully illustrated photographs showcasing graffiti throughout the world – this book is an insightful look at …
reviewed The RhymeAlong - Los Angeles. January 04, 2010
The RhymeAlong - Los Angeles
Last week, I fulfilled one of my most prolonged goals I've had: karaoke! My family loves singing along to their favorite tunes, and growing up, singing karaoke was like learning how to water the lawn …
reviewed The Octopus Conspiracy and other Vign.... January 21, 2010
The octopus Conspiracy and other Vignettes of the Counterculture
This book, based on articles published in High Times magazine, covers many different aspects of what is known as "the counterculture." There is a piece about the assassination of John F. Kennedy …
reviewed Enter the Magical Mystery Chamber. January 31, 2010
Enter the Magical Mystery Chamber
One of the most interesting stories of music in the 2000s was the return of the Wu-Tang Clan from punchlines to superstars, and perhaps a consistently underrated story of pop music is the persistent popularity …
reviewed Criminal (Scientifik album). February 19, 2010
Scientifik - Criminal (Definite, 1994)
 Considering that it’s just been legitimately re-released by Traffic Entertainment after ten years on the bootleg circuit, now seems like the perfect time for a retrospective review of the …
reviewed Intuition. February 19, 2010
Intuition
 Hip Hop is a funny animal. It's the chameleon of the music world, changing it's colors frequently. There is every kind of hip hop, I'm just waiting for someone come with a hip hop with a polka feel …
reviewed Soundset 2009. February 23, 2010
 Soundset 2009 was held on May 30th, and I've wanted to do a recap for quite some time. Since, I see they've announced Soundset 2010, I thought this would be a good time to let you know what it's …
reviewed Murder Was The Case. March 03, 2010
Snoop Dogg Murder Was The Case
       In 1993, Snoop (Doggy) Dogg was in some deep trouble (not cover). He was one of the up-and-coming stars in the rap world and was accused of being an accessory to murder. …
reviewed Hotbox - Number Theory. March 03, 2010
  Hotbox - Number Theory EP Download @ WYDUBlog.com    1. Numerology   2. Little Bits (Expedyte, Radar, & Phakt)   3. Dollar Bills (Radar & Wordburglar)   …
reviewed KinG - Live From Souled On California. March 08, 2010
KinG - Live From Souled On California
     In my little virtual world on the net, I have a few bloggers that I have a "beyond the blogs" type of relationships with. We reach out to each other, work with each other, …
reviewed DC Scorpio. March 10, 2010
Check out the rest of the "Hard to Find" albums on Wake Your Daughter Up       I remember seeing this dude’s video for "Stone Cold Hustler - Pt. II" …
reviewed Motown Records. April 14, 2010
posted in Music Matters
Motown Records
A half century ago, a young Detroit entrepreneur named Berry Gordy Jr. decided that he was going to start his own record company.  His idea was a simple one really.  He was going to make records …
reviewed Nas: Illmatic. July 06, 2010
Nas: Illmatic
Illmatic, Nas' debut album is an undeniable classic that instantly gave him respect in the rap game. The album is very interesting in the fact it relatively short,only 10 songs including an interlude, …
reviewed Afro Samurai. July 10, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Afro Samurai
This movie is one of the highpoints of anime. The story of Afro Samurai follows a young boy from he time he witnesses His fathers death at the hands of the number 2 samurai, to the end of the series …
reviewed Step Up 3D. August 05, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Step Up 3D
STEP UP 3D Written by Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer Directed by Jon Chu Starring Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani, Sharni Vinson and Alyson Stoner   “Maybe we’re all plugged in to the …
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