As his term comes to an end some people criticize President Obama for continuing some of the oppressive policies of the previous presidents, for deporting the most amount of immigrants and for not “doing enough” about issues affecting black people in America and a slew of other things. Well, Billy Danze of M.O.P decided to talk about issues going on in the country, the best way he knows how. With a beat and a microphone, he delivers our PRESIDENT his “6 o’clock Briefing” for this single on DCM
(Deep Concepts Media).
Brooklyn spitter Mic Handz drops a video from his upcoming project Killin’ The Game, a T.H.E.M Records compilation album. “Don’t Get Stomped” is just what yod expect form the title, so who else to join him on the rowdy club anthem than the king of Brooklyn rowdy club anthems Fame from M.O.P. The song was produced by Aaron “Freedom” Lyles. Video directed by: MonStar Films. Count the cameos as artists come from as far as Japan to show Brooklyn love.
Maffew Ragazino teams up with heavy spitters Sean Price and Billy Danze (of M.O.P.), on this BK anthem, “Land of the Crooks”.DJ Babu (Dilated Peoples/The Beat Junkies), provides the cuts in the hook. Production by M-Phazes, who won Sha Money’s “2008 One Stop Shop Producer’s Conference with an overtime victory against Canei Finch, with this very instrumental.” Coalmine Records label compilation, Unearthed, which includes this banger, will be out in January 2014. As usual, “Brooklyn keeps on takin’ it”!
It almost didn’t happen. Due to a late start, Busta Rhymes set at the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival #8 was being rushed. Buss kept doing intros and snippets of songs, teasing us and then saying “I got a lot of songs and only a little bit of time…”. He brought up Smif N Wesson. He brought up Buckshot. He brought out Slick Rick, who rocked the mic and a whole lot of gold jewelry. Reek Da Villain got his shine. Busta even did “Ante Up” with Lil Fame of M.O.P. It was past 8pm and that was when the event was supposed to end. But wait … where’s L.O.N.S?? I mean, Busta had tweeted pics of him, Charlie Brown and Dinco D chillin’ in the studio just days before the concert. That definitely was a sign that maybe something was gonna happen.
A familiar story in Hip Hop (or concerts in general). The show gets delayed, goes late, the artists and fans want more time and the venue wants to shut it down. I have seen this play out several different ways, none of them pleasant. Busta called for help from event founder, Brooklyn Bodega’s Wes Jackson, asking him to please handle that. And then …
“Where’s my two brothers at? … Whoa whoa whoa – WHERE’s my two brothers at? … My whole shit started with these two dudes right here.”
Leaders of the New School proceeded to tear down the stage with “Case of the P.T.A”, their classic first hit single, while a soundman can be heard muttering “3 minutes” in the background. After that performance 3 minutes is up, but history will not be denied. The beat to SCENARIO comes on, L.O.N.S start jumping and 2,000 people in Pier 3 jump up and down frantically, in crazed jubilation and proceed to recite every lyric along with their Leaders. Soundman did NOT want to shut it down right about now. And he didn’t even know what was about to happen… Phife & Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest hit the stage to create the first full performance of Scenario with all members on the song in 19 years! I’ll let the video tell you the rest …
Previous Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Ep 5 – “BROOKLYN’S FINEST” Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Archives Friday – July 13, 2012
Host:Â GMS Co-host: LR BLITZKRIEG Â Celebrating the best MC’s, songs, producers and DJ’s from Brooklyn, NY.
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I played tons of music from Brooklyn artists – with a few non-Brooklyn artists mixed in there as well, while co-host LR Blitzkrieg gave us some news on Brooklyn topics of interest, such as Jay-Z adding 5 new dates to his Barclay Center Nets Arena concerts, since the first few sold out instantly at as much as $250 a ticket. We talked about Marv Won vs Math Hoffa and other upcoming PoisonPen.tv/URL battles and took requests off the air, but we mostly just hit you with music, music and more music. The artwork above, from the single “County of Kings” ft. ShaStimuli, Skyzoo, Ruste Juxx & LR Blitzkrieg, off PH’s album Know the Ledge. It is available as a tee shirt at MCMI Apparel and we will have some at our booth Saturday at the BKHHF.