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General Discussion / Pharel - Cla**ic re-Defined
« on: August 11, 2009, 04:30:38 PM »
OMG i ws in stitches when i watched this vid. Skateboard P is the flippin man.

General Discussion / DEATH Of HOVA (D.O.H)
« on: August 06, 2009, 10:47:08 AM »
The game knows how to pull a 50 cent, i guess he spent enough time with fiddy to learn from the best, how to cook beef up, check this video where he breaks down: The Game Explains Major Beef Strategy, "I Don't Got Time For The Petty Sh*t" [Video].

now i just sumbled across some other shit, he has a new line of T's called Death Of Hova (D.O.H), take a look at the attachment. this cat truly is Bi-Polar.

"Unofficial Scoop"

On The 28th of August an international playwright will be showcasing a special show which he would have directed but using SA artists and read below:


“…combines the complexity of serious drama with the visual and sonic arsenal of MTV” – The New York Times

“The best verse playwright in America” – New York Magazine

Will Power is an award-winning playwright and performer.

i will only be able to divulge information on this as soon as he has approved the script which has been written locally about a mamelodi king pin and his friend who ran the underground. its tentatively called "Van Flakfotein Af"

Keep your eyes glued to this thread.

General Discussion / The Game is Bi-polar
« on: July 30, 2009, 02:59:17 PM »

I tried as much as i could to find the thread where we were discusing about the Game having appologised to G-Unit and going on to Diss Jay and dissed B in the same song, called im so wavy. afterwards he went on to appologise to b and i said that this nigga be fckn Bi-Polar.

Now it seems like im not the only one, nigga has gone back to dissing G-Unit after having appologised just less than a month ago, fck how confused is this cat? take a read at the link above.

N'veigh's new single is finally out on radio and the music player and will be hittign some email inboxes soon. but you can downlaod it here and give soem feedback if you wanna. but really just bump it out loud, cos its gonna be all ova, with a remix in the works featuring a gang o cats, its really sounding 7.30.

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Media / The Anvils On Shiznizz (the interview Part 1)
« on: October 28, 2008, 08:31:25 PM »
for those who mised the show, the anvils were on Shiznizz, this is part 1 of the interview. the live performances will follow later. 1

General Discussion / Hype Awards Review (from AG main page)
« on: September 25, 2008, 01:52:05 PM »

Wednesday, 24 September 2008 

If you have ever wondered why hip hop is not taken seriously in South Africa then Sunday evening provided a world of answers.

MTN must have forked out bucket loads of cash all in the name of rap and yet Hype couldn’t even manage to find someone that could auto-cue properly, during the festivities at the Coca-Cola Dome.

Then there was the bad lighting. And the disordered presentation. The music sorta saved the day, as per usual at this kind of event. But “the hostess with the mostess”, Lee, figured we should not be so critical.

“I see a lot of people are being serious but this is a hip hop show. We came to have fun.” She joked, attempting to downplay the disaster in action.

My neighbour was not impressed or about to have the wool pulled over his eyes.

‘Yeah that’s always an excuse for sloppiness.” He objected.

Mind you, this was a mere 20 minutes into a show that was already delayed.

Ironically, apart from the sitting arrangement, it didn’t look all that shoddy. The set was bright yellow with a boxing theme. Complete with a semi ring, two big screens, dancers in robes and ladies in skimpy outfits and placards.

From the time the first bell rang and the Hip Hop Dance winners were awarded R40 000, we were excited about what we were about to see.

But then Da Les, Bongani Fa**ie and Maggz stepped on stage to perform (Artist of the Year/Song of the Year nominee ) Les’ latest single “We on Fire”. It’s unclear whether the sound was \awful or if these guys were performing over the song instead of the backing track. Either way, it just didn’t work.

Things escalated from bad to worse when the first category, Best Hip Hop Video, was revealed. Muso of Shiz-Niz fame was like a deer caught in the headlights while he waited for the monitor to catch up. By the time he was ready to announce the nominees, dead air had choked the life out of him.

Finally the auto-cue person awoke from his slumber and got the tape running. The names came onto the screens. No accompanying background music. No matching video. No picture of the artist. Just text. We were left wondering where all the money to run this production had gone? Mm.

You would think that a publication that prides itself on sourcing new music on a bi-monthly basis could at least manage to locate some footage that would add life to a rather drab ceremony. Yawn!

No wonder Pro(-Kid) was late. He was awarded the first accolade of the night for the “Uthini Ngo PRO” video but was not even around to receive it. More cringing.

An already worn-out Muso had to accept the medal (in true Olympic style), complimentary cell-phone and R5000 on Pro’s behalf.

From that moment, we gave up on expecting a decent product. Truth is, the SAMAs and the BET Awards had a baby and named him Hype!

This would explain the random personalities that were guest presenting on the night. From kwaito-inclined Channel O VJ Lungsta to the tired jokes of comedian Joey Rasdin during his announcement of the Best Indie Label. True hustlers Slikour and Shugasmakz bagged it for their Buttabing Entertainment stable. Within minutes, they returned to stage with the rest of the Skwatta Kampers to perform “The Clap Song”.

Yes, the Clap Song. Not Slikour’s latest banger, “Umsindo” or even an SK cla**ic like “U Moya”.

So that’s where all the money went?

Other really surprising and probably pricey appearances came in the form of DJ Sbu.

Since when does Sbu’s affiliation with Pro via TS Records make him credible enough to share the stage with the likes of Lifetime Achievement Award recipient DJ Reddy D and Best Group nominee The Anvils.

Speaking of Cap-City, swaggerlicious Sizwe Dhlomo was packing heat during the Best Event category (which went to the Red Bull BC One despite Party People’s popularity. DJ Kenzhero did manage to clinch the Best DJ award).

Sizwe threw protocol out the window and applauded Cap-City Rap City (Pretoria) and her mixtapes.

“Big ups to Buff Pound and Roach Inc. All the other mixtapes are crack.”

And we all know crack is wack! However, the Best Mixtape Award was out of DJ Beatoven’s reach and went to SOS’s Backpackers Volume 3. The Anvils also lost out to Jozi but still gave an awesome performance.

Another golden oldie, Amu, hit the stage alongside Mr Selwyn for a nostalgic set. Lee battled to get a straight answer from him as to when his album was dropping.

“I will release my album when Da Les sells a 100 000 (copies).” Amu said with a straight face to an amused audience.

Well, that settles it. We can forget about an Amu album.

More rap vets blessed the stage. Buddies Zubz and Tumi hooked up an animated a’cappella version of “Where my Gangsters At”.  For a moment I thought they had forgotten the backing track at home.

If you think Ne-Yo is trying to be a gentleman, he got nothing on The Last Letta. Zubz looked as though he had been grabbed out of a church service and dragged to the award show, with absolutely no time to change. Beige tailored trousers and a matching waist-coat. All he needed was a pimp stick, some fur and a hat.

He was not alone, Lee was in a shiny thingy-majic. Bad fashion always comes in three.

Her co-host from The Bridge radio show rocked some plaid while Dominique Soma was not bothered to play dress up. It’s almost as if somebody forgot to tell the duo that they would be presenting the Lyricist of the Year award, which went to Pro.

Fellow nominee Hymphatic Thabs was not very impressed by the latter and said as much at the end of his somewhat inebriated performance.

“South Africa must realise that Pro-Kid is not a better lyricist than Hymphatic Thabs!” he said with as much conviction as any pot-head can muster.

His fellow underground headz shared his sentiments. The rest of us wondered if Tumi would bum-rush the stage in protest to losing out on the same award. This time would be justified, right?

Konfab disagrees, “If Hymphatic can’t even win Best Lyricist, then there is no home for me here. They actually disrespected him by putting him in that category and not have him win.”

The crowd was on the same radical tip and demanded a battle between Hymphatic and Pro, much to C-Live’s irritation. He wanted to keep things moving or maybe just have the catastrophic night end.

Regrettably, the gaffes continued. Like many of the presenters, Gogga of POC fame, appeared lost when he was called upon to present the Best Graffiti Artist award. He revealed the winner (Faith 47) even before announcing the nominees. Gogga didn’t even know where the monitor was. Were there any rehearsals?

This also brought into question the credibility of the awards. How exactly were these winners selected? Or was it all just a Hype sponsored YFM/TS Records sham? Why did some categories have more than four nominees?

Pro cleaned up with yet another award for Best Album. He didn’t even entertain Hymphatic’s remarks, at least not directly, much to our frustration.

Pro-verb rocked out with rising star Reason while Hype mag favourite Ben Sharpa did his thang with much love from the ma**es.

JR’s “Gata Le Nna” took top honors for Best Song. Another Tswana native, HHP walked away with two awards (Best Live Performer, Most Downloaded Track).

Yet another hip hop night filled with relentless drama and unnecessary issues. Not the way that I would have liked the very first SA hip hop award show to go. Great initiative, although poorly executed and gravely underwhelming. But isn’t that what we have come to expect of SA award shows? 

By Kopano Marumo 


whats good. check out for the Federation ciphering at the Special headrush Episode recording, the making of The beat Oven mixtape vol 4.

damola, nveigh, blaklez, stas, the beat oven, nyambo, proverb were also there.

we need more moments like these in hiphop.

enjoy the weekend.

General Discussion / Lil Wayne Scoops 12 Nominations at BET Hip-hop Awards
« on: September 18, 2008, 09:39:04 AM »
The star leads the way with a variety of nods - his album Tha Carter III has picked up a nomination for CD of the Year, while his smash hit single Lollipop, featuring Static, has garnered him praise for Best Hip-Hop Video.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
 Daily Entertainment Photos - "Get the lowdown!"

Rapper Lil Wayne looks set to dominate the 2008 BET Hip-Hop Awards - he's been nominated in a ma**ive 12 categories.

The star leads the way with a variety of nods - his album Tha Carter III has picked up a nomination for CD of the Year, while his smash hit single "Lollipop," featuring Static, has garnered him praise for Best Hip-Hop Video.

And he is named twice in the Track of the Year category - for "Lollipop" and "A Milli."

But he isn't the only multiple nominee - he will face competition from Kanye West, who has seven nominations, and Jay-Z, who has picked up six.

The three rap superstars will go head to head for the accolades of Best Live Performer, Lyricist of the Year, MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the Year, Track of the Year (West's "Good Life" featuring T-Pain, and Jay-Z's "Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)"), and CD of the Year (West's Graduation; Jay-Z's American Gangster).

Other stars up for awards this year include Snoop Dogg (for Best Hip-Hop Video for "Sensual Seduction"), Akon (Producer of the Year), Nas (CD of the Year for his self-titled LP), and T.I., who is nominated for Lyricist of the Year, Best Live Performer and MVP of the Year.

Rap mogul Russell Simmons will also be presented with the I AM HIP-HOP Icon Award.

The awards will be handed out at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center in Georgia on October 18. The show will be hosted by comedian Katt Williams, and will air on the BET cable network on October 23.

this is a clip of ready D's acceptance speech at the MTN HYPE Awards, when he accepted the Lifetime Achievement award

The Office / Dr. Dre's Son Dead At 20
« on: August 27, 2008, 12:06:55 PM »
"i thot i saw something on Dr Dre's son, but it was a thread about his first music video"
Dr. Dre's twenty-year-old son, Andre Young Jr., reportedly died in his Los Angeles home this past weekend.

According to The Los Angeles Times, Young Jr. had been out Friday night (August 22) and returned home at around 5:30 a.m.

When his mother went to check on him the following morning in his bedroom around 10 a.m., he was unresponsive.

Young Jr.’s mother called 911 but their efforts to revive Young Jr. were unfruitful.

The cause of Young Jr.'s death is pending completion of a toxicology report.

Dr. Dre, who is credited with launching the careers of rappers like Eminem, Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent, has not issued a statement on his son's death.

Written By Cyrus Langhorne


New York rappers 50 Cent, Jay-Z, and Diddy landed the first three spots on Forbes’ annual “Top 20 Richest Hip Hopreneurs” list again this year, yet this time Fif beat out Jay for the top slot.

According to Forbes, 50 earned $150 million over the past 12 months with deals including his Vitamin Water Formula 50 stake being sold to Coca-Cola for $100 million last summer, as well as profits from his record label, films, videogames and albums. Hoping to hold on to the Number 1 position, the G-Unit Boss is currently prepping the launch of a mining partnership with South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe.

Sliding down one notch this year is Jigga who despite banking $150 million on a 10-year deal with Live Nation and releasing the platinum album American Gangster, has pocketed $82 million. With partial ownership in the NBA’s New Jersey Nets, his 40/40 sports club franchise and various advertising deals with Dell and Budweiser, Jay may be able to recapture the No. 1 spot next year.

Diddy shows competitors he’s still running the city banking in $35 million off his Sean John clothing line, his Bad Boy record label and his VH1 and MTV reality shows. This year he also partnered with Ciroc vodka and continues his work as a rapper and producer with his superstar acts like Ca**ie and Day 26.

Kanye West landed in the number 4 slot this year banking $30 million off of the success of his last release, the multi-platinum selling Graduation, as well as his highly successful “Glow In The Dark” tour. Kanye is also looking to expand his empire with plans for a clothing company, an HBO series and the opening of a chain of “Fatburger” restaurants throughout his home town of Chicago.

Despite not exclusively producing Jay-Z’s upcoming Blueprint 3 album, mega-producer Timbaland, earned the number 5 spot, raking in $22 million this year. With stellar production on hits from a slew of pop, R&B and hip-hop artists, including Justin Timberlake and Nelly Furtado, Timbo was also able to line his pockets off of the success of his own platinum selling album, Shock Value.

One half of The Neptunes, Pharrell Williams, has stepped onto the scene with $20 million off designer credits on Louis Vuitton sungla**es, apparel lines, and his group album N.E.R.D.’s summer release. Another popular producer, Swizz Beatz, made the top 10 as he made $17 million this year.

Snoop Dogg grabbed $16 million this year from his reality series “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood” on the E! network and his Ego Trippin’ album last March. Following behind his long-time friend is quiet but deadly producer Dr. Dre making a solid $15 million this year, solely off of his monster catalog of past hits.

Rapper/actor Ludacris followed with $14 million off of various movie deals. Former rap rival T.I. precedes Luda tying with the self-proclaimed “Greatest Rapper Alive” Lil’ Wayne making $13 million this year.

Although he has yet to release an album since 2004, Eminem continues to profit as a three-way tie with conscious minded rapper Common and hitmaker Akon for has them all making $12 million. Dirty South mega producers Jermaine Dupri and Lil’ Jon have made things hot with annual profits of $11 million while Outkast, Chamillionaire and The Game all tie for last place, earning $10 million.

whats good. we just updated our blog with some videos showing the making of the WHY WE DO DAT track by the anvils, condemning Xenophobia attacks and some interviews.

check the footage out on and give soem feedback.

Hot Traxxx / The Anvils - New Joints
« on: July 30, 2008, 01:29:37 PM »
Will just use this to post all the new ish by the envils, if not zshare then the

The Anvils ft 50 Cent – Looking like that (LINK REMOVED/audio/1102500699940313/)

The Anvils – Boose, Brauds, Bangers (LINK REMOVED/audio/110252349a4d58a5/)

Hip Hop Events / The beat Oven Vol 4 Mixtape Launch - PE - 03 Aug
« on: July 29, 2008, 02:27:21 PM »
The Beat Oven is a Hiphop DJ from PTA aka Cap City and has been at it for years now and decided to start a series of mixtapes called straight from the oven, where he puts together a sound that he likes thats not too commercial but at the same time pleasing to even the ear of an average hiphop listener.
Volume 4, which is his latest project, has seen him colaborate with local producers and inviting SA's most talked about emerging hiphop talent to be featured on this mixtape, from Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban, JHB and PTA.

Well the final product, you judge for yourself, but what the feedback has been like, is nothing short of crazy, and the great thing about it, everyone has a favorite song on the mixtape which makes it very balanced.

So far Hype has given it 4 out of 5 stars, compares it to the next best thing after motherload and calls it a cla**ic. With launches planned for the whole of SA, only numbers will tell, so far, PTA, NEWTOWN, SOWETO, SEBOKENG, PMB and DURBAN have seen the mixtape come live.

3rd AUG see's him touching down in PE, Gondwana Cafe
The Anvils,
100% Blaq,
Re4maz,and Qalazive
With the Beat Oven on Decks.

Doors open at 19:00

Cover: R30 with a copy of The Mixtape and a copy of Hype Mag at the door


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