Still not sure if i’m feeling this kid…but Jean Grae and Phonte are on this track so i figured it would be worth a listen….
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Bad Seed sets it off right with Brown Water. He comes out the gate immediately telling his story, honest, brutal, emotional, nothing glorified. Right away we find out what he means by “6th Man Entertainment”. He addresses his former record deal with Warner Brothers, his underground status, fair weather friends and burnt bridges. This is refreshing, because for once an MCee is not bragging on how dope his rhymes are, how fly his girls are, how much money and jewelry he has and how he buss his guns all day. Instead, Seed is doing what you supposed to do in Hip Hop – be honest, be passionate and most importantly – tell your story.
If you haven’t been paying attention the supergroup is back.
If you long for the days of Wu-Tang, Hit Squad, and Native Tounge ill callabos look no further. Groups like Shady records SLAUGHTERHOUSE, RANDOM AXE and the most recent, THE MONEY MAKING JAM BOYS. Consisting of Truck North, STS, Dice Raw, P.O.R.N and the front man Black Thought top notch flow,delivery and wordplay is always on deck. These three groups are proving that the era of the one man show may be coming to end.
Check out the MMJB new mixtape here:
***Guys: PH, MECCA, PACK…I did this blog from MY PHONE in 7 min. Its not that hard….c’Mon!***
The venue was packed to capacity to see Shady records newest signees. DJ Premier was on the 1&2’s early to back up the unofficial 5th member of slaughterhouse Mr. Trill himself Bun B. When Crooked, Joel,Joey, and Royce hit the stage the crowd lost it as they brought out lyrical heavyweights Lloyd Banks and Pharoahe Monch throughout the set. A good night for hip hop indeed.
Sean P reviewed the movie “Black Swan” for Carpetbagger – New York Times’ Blog. He showed us his high standards when it comes to films, when “He gave it his version of the thumbs-up: ‘I didnâ€™t fall asleep.'”
According to MELENA RYZIK over at Carpetbagger, he “also liked the dream sequences â€“ â€œthat was my favorite part, trying to figure out whatâ€™s real and whatâ€™s not,â€ he said â€“ and the â€œgirl-on-girl action.â€ (more…)