Archive for May, 2008
New Mobsta album in stores today.
Over at Prime’s Middle Movement blog, he’s taking the time to revisit his body of work spanning roughly over a decade. He’s also uploading his albums for free download and offering candid commentary and various memories from the particular era.
2)Cinque (now Que Billah), Kaos, Cosmo Galactus, myself and Chips scheming up loot to record “Radioactive”…and my dumb ass wanting to do a 2nd verse..lol. beat by Panik. this was one of if not the first song i ever recorded. Chips still owes me his share of the studio money..ha! i had a feeling he even took a jab at me in his verse..but eh…Pray for Karma coming SOON!
You know what I was thinking about the other day? Do you remember when the Source (probably 10 years ago) would do the monthly segments on up-and-coming emcees and they followed around Cap, Lady Luck (formerly of Def Jam) and Lil Buddy (from Minneapolis) around for a year as they tried to get their respective careers off the ground? I always enjoyed that column – I believe it was called Diary of a New Jack? Does anyone have them to scan? Next time I’m back at my parents house I’m going to dig through my stash (yes, I saved all of my Sources from the 90’s) and try to hunt it down. What can I say, I’m a nerd like that.
The homie Lungz is back with a brand new joint, “Powerful Music”, produced by Swift. The track is picking up steam locally even getting spins on WGCI via Chicago’s Heavy Hitter, DJ Timbuk2. Check out what the Glacier City movement has to offer.
Someone just sent me this claiming it was the “Alternate Version” of the “Flashing Lights” video. I’m calling shenanigans, personally. The girl is hot, but other than that, this is kinda suspect. Obviously some kind of fan made thing.
The first edition of Ivy League’s Country Club Chronicles video series. These will be weekly (I believe) installments of a look into the lives of Jay ILLa, Agacee and Novakane. The first edition features appearances from Mike 100s, Ben Sity and Tony Baines outside of SubT. Also, featured is a freestlye from the legendary lyricist Juice.