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Hot Traxxx / Re: Santigold
« on: May 18, 2009, 04:58:51 PM »
yep, Santogold is dope as shit!
One of my fav artists, although her and MIA share a similar sound, i know theyre friends and all, but dont you think its odd since Santogold is from the US and MIA from UK??

Hip Hop Events / Re: Slum Village
« on: May 12, 2009, 01:41:42 PM »
all in all id say about 200 people showed up,maybe more maybe less. maybe half of them paid. so they woulda made abt R20k. either way the joburg show mustamade up for all their costs. apparently abt 2000 people came thru???

Hip Hop Events / Re: Killah Priest in JHB
« on: May 12, 2009, 01:37:02 PM »
don quote me but, er word is killah priest aint performing in SA. apparently he is here on holiday or whatever but had never actually agreed to do the shows at the amount he was offered. either that or the other story is that he missed his flight so decided fk it.i dunno how true either of these stories are, but thats what i heard!

Hip Hop Events / Re: Slum Village
« on: April 29, 2009, 03:27:56 PM »
i have to agree with kasualtee the organisation was pretty messed up for the most part lots of communication breakdown between the organisers themselves. The show was originally meant to start at 15h00pm being a schoolnight and all but peeps missed their flights man lotsa mad shit happened. lol!

On a brighter notes the performance was illin, well so i thought and the guys turned out to be really cool chilled out average dudes. mad fun too.

Hip Hop Events / Re: Slum Village
« on: April 24, 2009, 03:47:32 PM »
well thats all relative - whether they are worth R200 or not.

theres no gun being held to anyones head, you either pay and see slum v or dont pay and not see slum v, that simple.

Hip Hop Events / Re: Slum Village
« on: April 24, 2009, 12:30:53 PM »
yup, i can confirm that price is R200 at the door.
 there's plenty competitions where you can win a double ticket


Party People

and at

Head Honcho UCT Rag Fashion Show @ FTV :( on saturday

« on: April 23, 2009, 02:49:15 PM »
yup. Elzhi will be there.

« on: April 23, 2009, 02:33:46 PM »
If any of you work in the media industry ie. online/magazine/newspaper/radio whatever please hollaback with your email addie.

Arranging interviews with Slum Village/ mini press conference on Mon 27th April.


« on: April 23, 2009, 02:31:38 PM »
hey ya'll.

If you not too keen on paying for the show, for whatever reason, check out

All you have to do is answer a question and you could win a double ticket.

My sources also tell me that they have two double tickets to give away at Party People on Friday.

Im just saying..

General Discussion / Re: wat do u do?
« on: December 04, 2008, 05:40:11 PM »
account exec - advertising agency in cape town

General Discussion / Re: SO SEXY
« on: August 28, 2008, 12:12:53 PM »
brooke d'leau (j*davey dude)
hat daaam

General Discussion / Re: Ex + friend = no benefits?
« on: August 28, 2008, 11:07:35 AM »
sex with the ex is the devil..
im friends with some of my exes,
one in particular im very close to still
we have both since moved on, and know that we'd never hook up again, so that makes things easier.
from my experience hooking up with an ex always has disastrous repercussions.

General Discussion / hipster hop/ hipster rap/blipsters
« on: August 26, 2008, 04:49:51 PM »
you know..

like the cool kids, wale, pacific division, NERD,kid named kudi, j*davey, kanye west n pharrell n lupe, the knux, kudu,mickey factz,dude from blocparty
you know..

skinny jeans, or shrink to fits
bright coloured dunks/vans/supra hightops/dirty chucks
gold chains
band tshirts
mohawk/frohawk/inside out hawk

you know..
'different' taste in music
as in they can f***s with dirty french electro/punk rock/indie pop/folk rock and still love hiphop
like to skate and bmx..

tell me something..
whats with all the hate????
me, i like hipster rap/hop/blipsters

General Discussion / Re: Why I'm mad (no raper)
« on: August 26, 2008, 04:30:57 PM »
eskom is a joke
check this out..
this guys a clown..

btw this is from

Blackouts back as Eskom caught off-guard by shock cooling called 'winter'

JOHANNESBURG. A week after announcing that loadshedding would be halted, Eskom says an unexpected change in the Earth's axis has plunged the country into a time of cold and darkness, prompting possible future power cuts. The phenomenon, identified by scientists as "winter", has reportedly caused widespread panic at the utility.

Addressing journalists at Eskom's Megawatt Park headquarters this morning, spokesman Eddie Motsepe apologised to consumers in advance for possible power outages, but said that the dramatic shift in the planet's rotational alignment could not have been foreseen by the power provider.

"We are as confused and frightened as our consumers," he said. "At this time all we know is that Earth has tilted over, and as such the southern hemisphere is no longer being struck by the full force of the sun's rays."

He said Eskom officials had confirmed that this phenomenon was known to the science community, and that it was called "winter".

"We phoned the Geography department at the University of the Witwatersrand, and they told us," he said.

He said he did not know whether or not "winter" would be permanent, but said the utility was preparing for the worst.

"We have implemented emergency procedures," he said. "Mainly we are increasing executive bonuses, and installing fireplaces and humidors in all the offices on the top floor."

Asked if "winter" was likely to derail Eskom's supply of power to the controversial Coega aluminium smelter in the Eastern Cape, Motsepe said that the issue was being discussed and that the company's top executives were "very positive".

"They spoke about it this morning, and they feel strongly that if the world is tipping over, as seems to be the case, it is probably best that we have heavy things like aluminium smelters down here in Africa, where we can maybe stabilize the planet."

He added that too much had been invested in the Alcan smelter to pull the plug now.

"In the first year alone the smelter is likely to create almost 19 jobs, at a cost to the South African taxpayer of around R150 million per job.

"Those are big numbers. Big numbers are good.

"Furthermore, if we get the go-ahead from the Presidency to divert most of Port Elizabeth's power to the smelter, we're pretty confident that it can produce enough A-grade aluminium to manufacture 21 cans of pilchards.

"16 if you want cans that won't buckle under the weight of the pilchards."

General Discussion / Re: Yo Song of the Day 2008!
« on: August 26, 2008, 03:48:22 PM »
hello dear rhoze :-*
been a long minute
eish, a sista graduated, started working, and just simply had no more time for AG
but im bizzack now
and man i missed this place

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