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Hot Traxxx / V.day R&B(Rhythm & Ba**) Reshuffled Mix
« on: February 02, 2014, 08:30:27 AM »
Sup? Damn AG is Dead! Anyway I'm just droppin' my early Valentine's Mix, whomeva gets 2 download I do hope u'll enjoy or download it 4 yo partner if you're broke/ don't know what 2 get 'em...



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AG Wire / The Roots for John Varvatos Fall/Winter 2011 (Video)
« on: July 06, 2011, 10:48:38 PM »
http://www.hiphopsite.com/

ish is on another level, too sic

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Hot Traxxx / Going twice: Blaklez 10sec to Showtime
« on: June 01, 2010, 11:11:54 PM »
Last night 25 put an mp3 link instead of wma: LINK REMOVED/blaklez

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Media / For ya eyez ONLY!!!
« on: May 23, 2010, 09:51:38 AM »

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Hot Traxxx / Yahkeem
« on: April 18, 2010, 10:59:26 AM »
Anyone heard of this cat before? care to share some of his music... heard hes about to drop an ep very soon

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Humour / Jokes / @Deacon
« on: April 06, 2010, 12:29:42 PM »
smh Chiefs fans are still laughin' @ Bucs! tell me it ain't you who did this...

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General Discussion / Happy Birthday 2 Ben Sharpa!
« on: March 25, 2010, 07:10:48 AM »
Have a great 1, wherever you are... and rememba aries people dont drink, we get high on our own supply especially on this particular day of occasion

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Hot Traxxx / Papercutt - Beat Cd vol. 1
« on: March 07, 2010, 11:06:45 PM »

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Humour / Jokes / LMAO!
« on: November 19, 2009, 11:19:49 AM »
Iyooo ;D this cartoonist is...


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General Discussion / Jr Gong & Nas
« on: November 19, 2009, 11:08:57 AM »
Jr Gong, Nas for National Geographic event
Thursday, November 19, 2009



American rapper Nas and Reggae's Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley thrilled audiences in Montego Bay this past summer as their performed together giving a snippet of what is to come on their upcoming project, Distant Relatives.

Now, internet reports are indicating that in keeping with the album's union of Hip Hop and Reggae music and culture, the duo has joined National Geographic for a Distant Relatives event.

According to the reports, on December 12, Nas and Damian Marley will come together at National Geographic's Grosvenor Auditorium in Washington DC to lead a discussion on the cultural links between the early days of Hip Hop and its Caribbean and African origins. The discussion will travel the journey from Africa through the slave trade to the American and Caribbean colonies, spawning both the dancehall parties of Jamaica and the park jams of The Bronx.

Key figures of this discussion will be present. Moderated by Sway Calloway, the Distant Relatives event will include DJ Kool Herc, Rakim, Daddy U-Roy, King Jammy, Jeff Chang and Moussa Lo and DJ Red Alert - in addition to Nas and Marley.

One website, hiphopdx.com, notes that this event is significant because it features the often reclusive 'Godfather' of Hip Hop: Jamaican-born DJ Kool Herc, who brought about the music elements of the culture to The Bronx as early as 1973. Kool Herc is paired with legendary Jamaican deejay Daddy U-Roy a rarely-credited Rap pioneer for his 1969 hit Wake The Town, recorded in the country the same year Herc moved to the States. Also speaking together for one of the first times in history cla**ic Rap innovators DJ Red Alert and Rakim will share the stage, as both have incoporated elements of African and Reggae music to their careers. Red Alert and Rakim will be joined by Hip Hop author and scholar Jeff Chang. The panel is coordinated by Reggae deejay and VIBE magazine founding editor Rob Kenner, presently authoring a book on the links between Reggae and Hip Hop.

The event will be taped to be included in the expected 2010 Distant Relatives documentary film, due around the release of the highly-anticipated album.

Big tingz a gwan... I still can't wait to hear the full project

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General Discussion / Oooh HELL NOOO!
« on: November 06, 2009, 11:32:37 AM »
Dang, it's been a min... the purpose of this thread is to expose whatever you came across & you think WTF?!@# just for the fun of it :P


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Geek Section / Zip/RAR Files S.O.S
« on: July 09, 2009, 11:17:09 AM »
Yo, are there any agians from ya'll thats crying ova spilt milk? beatin em selves cos theyve downloaded that fav zip or rar files but cant hear it cos of that unknown pa**word spoiling the fun! well guess? that could be ova cos Blac only charge 20bucks to fix that problem. yes only 20bucks folks! nothin aint for free nowadays right? lol Im only kiddin, PM me...

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General Discussion / Irresistible Chocolates!
« on: June 16, 2009, 12:22:37 AM »
Whoa! Khanyisile Mbau look youve got a H.O.T.T twin sister lol...                                                                                                                                                                         

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General Discussion / @:AA
« on: June 08, 2009, 11:00:29 AM »
Aren't you the nicca in charge for http://www.streetsheet.co.za/categories/downloads/  ?

y'all better fix that gaddamn link right now!  ;D

Quote from: www.streetsheet...
OK this a lil something Raiko and I put together and was originally meant to drop in April to coincide with all the freedom month celebrations but we figured it would still fit the format in June i.e. youth month. This our little reminder. Remember 76. Remember Sharpeville. Remember Langa. And all the others too many to mention whose blood nourishes today’s tree of freedom and liberation. Now if we can only get some of that ever illusive financial freedom too yea.

not only that link, also Maliqs' 2 joints

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General Discussion / Happy Bel8d Birthday Biggie
« on: May 26, 2009, 11:55:28 AM »
I wanted to post this yesterday but I had some otha stuff on ma mind, even though I had to put Biggie's music @ UGHH but then again it wudn't be proper cos...



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What If Notorious B.I.G. Were Still Here For His 37th Birthday[/u]? Published by MTV News on Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 4:57 pm.
by Rahman Dukes

Arguably one of the greatest rappers ever to clutch the microphone, the Notorious B.I.G. celebrates what would have been his 37th birthday today. That’s right, the late great Frank White would have been just three years shy of officially being considered “over the hill.”

Since his untimely demise at the age of 24, there’s been much speculation for the past decade as to where the Brooklynite would stand in today’s rap climate. Would B.I.G. and his sidekick/boss Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs still be rocking together? What about Jay-Z? Lil Kim? Let’s take a look.

Bad Boy: Although B.I.G. was the label’s flagship artist and only on his second album (a double at that), a certain Mr. Comb’s track record of retaining his artists for the duration of their contractual obligations is not an impressive one (check: Craig Mack, Total, 112, Faith Evans, Mase, G. Dep, Black Rob, etc.) So, it’s hard to say whether Biggie himself would still be on the once-dominant Bad Boy.

Jay-Z: The two became bosom buddies and were on the verge of creating a supergroup together with Charli Baltimore, dubbed the Commission, before B.I.G. pa**ed. But as history shows, money and power have ruined some of the strongest alliances in hip-hop. Many argue that if B.I.G. were here, then Hov’s career wouldn’t be as ma**ive as it currently is.

Junior M.A.F.I.A.: Some of Biggie’s rap peers turned their heads in disgust when turmoil within the M.A.F.I.A. went public. The Lil Kim/ Lil Cease/ D-Roc fallout and, most recently, Kim verbally attacking B.I.G.’s mother Voletta Wallace over her portrayal in the movie “Notorious” must have B.I.G. turning in his grave. But if Big were still here, maybe the group would still be intact.

Lil’ Kim: Kim revisted the national spotlight these past two months with her appearance on “Dancing With the Stars,” but B.I.G. had his own plans to turn the starlet into a household name long ago. Critics say Kim’s rap career is on ice, but rest a**ured that if her mentor were still alive today, he’d have none of that.

Faith Evans: The married couple were on the outs when B.I.G. pa**ed, even though they shared the birth of the first child together during their separation. It’s a known fact B.I.G. was a ladies man, but his close friends say that his heart belonged to his “Big Fay.” Would Faith and Biggie’s son, C.J., have eventually reunited his parents?

Nas: Indirectly, the Queensbridge native and Bed Stuy’s ‘hood mayor were taking verbal shots at each other not long before B.I.G.’s death. Nas acknowledged that he use to hang with Biggie and Puff during Big’s Ready to Die days. Then the two later got competitive with each other, tussling for that prestigious King of New York throne. Imagine Nas’ “Black Republican” feat Jay-Z and Biggie, or even B.I.G.’s “I Love the Dough” feat Jay-Z and Nas. (Nas talks about the whole King Of New York thing)

Tupac: Before his own death, Pac was shifting away from Death Row and possibly the whole East Coast vs. West Coast beef and working on an album with Brooklyn group Black Moon on the album “One Nation.” Though Pac was piping mad at B.I.G. in his final days, working with a fellow Brooklyn act was a start to end their beef. Eminem brought together vocals from B.I.G. and Pac for the “Resurrection” film, but would the real reunion have eventually been in the works if the legends were still alive?

Happy born day, Frank White. We’ll always love Big Poppa.

R.I.P 2 B.I.G





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