Archive for September, 2009
Directed by Hype Williams.
At first I really didn’t care for this song, now I love it. Weird how that happens, aye?
Yesterday, Fenger High album, Vakill, took to the Molemen message boards to discuss the Derrion Albert tragedy. Below he shares his thoughts with fans, readers and all Chicago citizens:
My extended weekend was going great til i saw this…
This is disheartening an hopeless on so many levels for me due to the fact that I AM FENGER HIGH ALUMNI and secondly because i have lived thru these moments more times than i care to REMEMBER.
what people must realize is that this shit been poppin off at fenger for YEARS, ive been to MORE FUNERALS during my highschool yrs more than any other era of my ENTIRE LIFE. which is partly to blame for the dark undertones of my character that filters through my music…u get numb to
it. My best friend and locker partner big jess lost his life at 17 comin home from fenger in a melee
exactly like this …shot in the forehead 3 times at the hands of n***az we shared world history class with.
seen females SHOT in front of this school , seen teachers stomped to near death at this school..
lost 4 close friends an 1 best friend in a 3 yr span…TEENS N****….TEENS…shit ain’t changed but the dress code and it wont change because it is too deep rooted.the roots run waaaay down and not to mention these ARE CRACK BABIES so shit has taken a turn for the worse
there is no one solution for this problem sins of the fathers 360, shit is just running it’s course.
…learn from it or learn through it..gangbangin is as american as apple pie.now more than ever…this is the biggest elephant in america’s living room.
now do something about it
Episode #23 of Da Internz TV finds the boys in the studio working with Universal Republic recording artist J. Futuristic (formerly J. Money)
Call him Sire.
With the video for Sucka MCs just two weeks away, The League of Ordinary Gentlemen join me on the remix of Sucka MCs. The first verse is from Toronto, Canada’s own, Tona. He came fresh off his album, Direct Deposit with Lyve to drop bless the remix and represent the Toronto. Adullessence from Topeka, Kansas by way of NY joins me for a second time and blesses the third verse. For those unfamiliar with The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, it is comprised of myself, Mike Schpitz aka LoveJones, Adullessence from Kansas, Dre Day from Texas, Tona from Toronto and Add-2 from Chicago. Both the Sucka MCs Remix and The Get Up Remix will be featured on the Itunes version of my debut album, the video for Sucka MCs is directed by Tori Boyd and will be release October 13th.
Mike Schpitz feat. Tona and Adullessence – “Sucka MCs (Remix)”