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Hot Traxxx / Re:
« on: April 03, 2012, 12:59:47 PM »
My first post in years and it's to give somebody shit. Hello Sub. Don't take it personal.

- Pic of Mawe2 is hella pixelated
- The bottom of the site is a mess
- What's with the eyeball?
- Way too much useless animation

Sorry. This needs major work. Just simplify it dude!

Hot Traxxx / Re: Album of the Year - 2011 Edition
« on: December 16, 2011, 08:05:11 PM »
Reckon I'll use these as part of the voting for this year's 20/20 Hip-Hop Awards!

Go ahead!

Let me nominate this album since all you guys are acting all humble and stuff:

ROB ONE - AFRICAN!,30218.msg250696.html#msg250696

You're a legend mate

Available now! Makes a great stocking filler and/or bah mitzvah present.

Hot Traxxx / Re: Album of the Year - 2011 Edition
« on: November 28, 2011, 04:44:26 PM »
Reckon I'll use these as part of the voting for this year's 20/20 Hip-Hop Awards!

General Discussion / Re: Question...
« on: November 11, 2011, 05:11:38 PM »
Didn't realise the damn thing was up already!

Thanks for the help y'all.

General Discussion / Question...
« on: November 10, 2011, 01:41:29 PM »
Which SA hip-hop tracks have their been lately that deal with politics or specific social issues?

General Discussion / Re: Being the Best
« on: September 19, 2011, 06:24:58 PM »
I am the Best

When i say im the best, i dont mean im better than anybody. I mean im the best that i can be, and i only a**ociate myself with people who are the best that they can be.

People who are the best that they can be inspire me to be the best that i can. f*** with me and my music and get inspired to be the best that you can be.

Another hit from the The modern day Warrior aka The modern day Shaka Zulu aka The Warrior God!

Yung Zulu feat Vezzie & Hobonoid ~ Somebody tell em DOWNLOAD!


Do you post these anywhere else? Or just AG?

« on: June 13, 2011, 02:20:33 PM »
I start my city with a BRICK (one brick)
Then add another BRICK (two bricks)
Brick by brick, I manufacture homes for fallen angels

- Aesop Rock

General Discussion / Re: African - Rob One
« on: June 06, 2011, 02:39:04 PM »
HYPE Mag shows some love to African with a killer review.

"African is nothing more than a pure hip-hop album...The creativity was something we don't hear a lot of these days, and this album was really refreshing to hear." 4/5

Now available from:

- Ritual Store

General Discussion / Re: Sohh Over-hyping Kwesta
« on: May 23, 2011, 05:32:43 PM »
Ooh, I can play this game. It's all good as long as Kwesta doesn't lose his HEAD over his new found fame. I hope he's in the right HEADspace for it. Of course, getting aHEAD in the rap game is no joke, but as long you can HEAD all obstacles off you can reach some really HEADy heights.

General Discussion / J Rocc
« on: May 16, 2011, 01:00:39 PM »
"...and my interviews are hotter. Holla!"
- Jay-Z

I got to break it down with the homie J Rocc from The Beat Junkies.

“This guy named Sweet G – I don’t know if you know the [cla**ic 1983 electro] song Al-Naafiysh? This guy used to get that intro and…he used to bend the record almost like a taco and just scratch and just cut it up! That was his gimmick. And he was really dope. He was my Q-Bert. He was the Q-Bert from my generation. He was killer. He’d do that scratch and people would go crazy."

I got you J. Get at me.

General Discussion / Illmatic
« on: April 20, 2011, 10:40:56 AM »
‎"I never sleep/cos sleep is the cousin of death".

Yesterday marked the 17th Anniversary of Illmatic (19.04.1994)

I believe that warrants a post.

Hot Traxxx / Re: CLa**IC DIRT, an ALBUM by SAN & The KRITIK...!
« on: April 10, 2011, 01:15:21 PM »
Oints are you still in Grahamstown? If so I'd like to check out the scene here.

Not at the moment fam, im back home, in Lesotho right now, in lieu of CLa**IC DIRT...however, i got FAMLY in the G that can take care of you real well...the big homey ALIAS: is known for this:

ALIAS works at INSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES, the corner of PEPPER GROVE MALL...aside from being one of the sickest producers to still be doing it (with appearances on albums by emcees Nthabi, Mode Nine & Rob One to name a few) he knows all you need to know about HIPHOP in the G...

you can check for ALIAS on facebook with his government name ..LOL : MARK ANDREW SUNNERS  ;)  8)

Kid sharing government names and photos on AG...

Anyway, San's right. Alias is one of the most unbelievable and prolific producers in SA. I'm blessed that I get to use his beats.

@San, that tracklising looks hot...

General Discussion / Re: African - Rob One
« on: April 10, 2011, 01:10:17 PM »
Awesome review of the album at Rhythm Circus:

"The album’s chief merit lies in its attention to detail and this is a highly accomplished effort from a self-confessed “skinny white South African Jew” who, as both an emcee and lyricist (not that the two are—or should be – separable) conveys the ability of a sharp wordsmith while lauding a humility and a measured sensibility that proves that you don’t have to emote into oblivion in a bid to sound real. It is an album that also shows a relentless ambition to produce something to the best of one’s ability; indeed African epitomises Rob’s commitment to hip-hop and proves that as well as being a dope commentator, he is an equally worthy contributor to the art form as well."

General Discussion / Re: African - Rob One
« on: April 08, 2011, 12:44:16 PM »
Some people have been asking where the best place is to get the album if you're in SA.

It's now available through the good folks at

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