Archive for March, 2008
Berg talks the “Do That There” remix which is set to feature 50 Cent, Twista and Red Cafe (maybe?). He also takes a quick shot at “Lil” Bow Wow and claims Da Brat used to write his rhymes. Ouch.
Tonight Green Lantern is to premiere the remix for the Kidz In The Hall’s official Barack Obama theme song, “Work To Do (Obama ’08)” on his Sirius Radio Show at 10:44pm (EST). This exclusive remix features two of hip-hop’s biggest emcee’s – Bun B and Talib Kweli. Allhiphop.com will be running the track simultaneously with Green Lantern’s world premiere, and you can expect it on Fake Shore Drive sometime shortly thereafter.
Another fresh Konee Rock clip. ‘Fest speaks on his new album based on Che Guevera.
Common and Cedric the Entertainer speak with BlackTreeTV for some Street Kings promotion.
At MTV’s Spring Break in Panama Shitty. Spring Break, whoooooohooooo!
For you lackey’s still sleeping on the No ID vs. Traxster website (what, my glowing recommendations aren’t good enough?), you’re really missing out on some exclusive Chi-Town music, news, and hip-hop talk from some of the ‘Go’s finest.
A new Barack Obama dedication song. This isn’t exactly a video, per se, its more of a compilation of Obama clips. A nice reworking of Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come” though. Available on the ‘Flict’s latest album, Planet Crucon – in stores now.
The good news? Naledge opened up the vaults and sent us a remix to their “would-be” single “Little People” featuring Naledge Born, himself.
The Procussions feat. Naledge – “Little People (Remix)”
The 2008 Pitchfork Music Festival invades Chicago’s Union Park from July 18-20. We’ve already revealed 13 of the 41 scheduled acts– including Public Enemy doing It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Animal Collective, Spiritualized, and Vampire Weekend — and now, we’re pleased to announce 13 more…
… Other additions to the lineup include…Ghostface and Raekwon of the Wu-Tang Clan performing together.
Are you kidding me? This is crazy. Last year Pitchfork did the unthinkable and brought GZA to Chicago to perform Liquid Swords in its entirety (Cappadonna, Killah Priest and others were also on hand), now they’re bringing Ghost and Rae? I had a feeling they were going to try and duplicate the Wu-Tang nostalgia that took place last year, but they went ahead and exceeded my expectations. Well done.