If you didn’t already know, MCMI Inc. and all of its divisions was built by well…MC’s (MC am I..get it?”) and those MC’s are also members of the 12 person super crew THE PLAGUE. Now of that crew, 3 members (Pack FM, Substantial, and Mr.Mecca) form Dominion, who have laced this new track “Puttin’ words together” off DJ-JS1‘s new album “No one cares” Check out the original here and download the official remix over at QN5.com
Oh, This artwork reminds me…Pack Fm, You owe me a rematch in words with friends!!
Word on the streets, the Bad Seed, aka Niggalis Cage, is about to drop a new mixtape. He sends me new songs to listen to and give feedback from time to time and I just got this one. It isn’t supposed to drop officially until Tuesday, but I’m leakin’ it a day early. You can thank me later.
The song is funny! Seed is exposing chicks who take pics of themselves in front on the bathroom mirror (“she a bathroom model”), but their tub is dirty, toilet ain’t clean, toothpaste on their mirror!
Check this excerpt from Verse 2:
“You aint Beyonce and you aint Rihanna, welfare-recipient, period, comma,
Delerious, drama, ya oughta be ashamed baby girl, cause you somebody’s momma,
Clean ya shit-bowl, THEN get bold, Â she got the evo 3D and the shit gold,
But ain’t cop AJAX for her strip tease? … You a jump off, bitch please! …
… I’m showin’ niggas in the stu- how these twitter bitches do,
Yeah, we like ass – but we like CLEAN bitches, too!”
Bad Seed’s such a character. He can be hilarious and disrespectful – but he ain’t wrong tho! That’s why I love it!
For those unfamiliar with BadÂ Seed or just wanna know what he’s been doing lately, check out my full length exclusive interview HERE. If you slept on his last album, Intelligently Ignant, check it out my review HERE.
OFF THE UPCOMING MIXTAPE “o_O”
Pose Click – by the Bad Seed
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Wow, it’s been mad long since I posted Part 1 of this Interview. I apologize for the delay, but Substantial asked me not to put part 2 & 3 up yet, because he wasn’t quite ready to reveal the exclusives dropped in the later part of the Interview. So I put up the a cappella verse instead, to hold you over ’til he was ready.
Well, that day has come. Here are Parts 2 & 3 of the exclusive MCMIreport.com interview. I am not gonna make you wait for part 3 after all this time. Here’s both of them at once. Enjoy! Leave comments when you’re done watching.
For those who didn’t catch it on tv, here’s the official video of President Obama’s Twitter session with America, July 6th, 2011. Barack Hussein Obama /aka/ Barry /aka/ Mr. President, made history by being the first President of the United States ever to “live tweet“. His message?
in order to reduce the deficit,what costs would you cut and what investments would you keep – bo
I’m not going to get into a whole political debate about the content of the first Twitter Town Hall Meeting, Barack Obama’s effectiveness as a President, etc. I’ll leave that to other sites, but I do believe we should all stay informed, so please watch the show, to continue your own education as to what is going on in this country.
I do, however, want to bestow on the President, the title of “MC“. Since he started his firstÂ campaign, Barack Obama has always been a crowd motivator, a great orator, a “great debater”, to use the title of SkyZoo’s last release. With his speeches, he is known as one who “moves the crowd” .
Watch the Twitter Town Hall Official Video after the jump! (more…)
This is an important lesson for kids and young men growing up, about choices and making the right one. Decisions you make in life can make you or break you and let’s face it – decisions and choices are about the only thing we can truly control. You can’t change what you were born into. You can’t change what other people think and do. To quote Gandoff in Lord of the Rings,
“All weÂ have toÂ decide is what toÂ do with the time that isÂ given to us.”
Masta Ace takes us down memory lane to share a personal story in which one day he was asked to ride out with some homies who were up to no good. Who knows what may have happened if he had made a different decision about what to do with his time. I’m glad for him and for his contributions to Hip Hop music that he made a good choice.