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Humour / Jokes / WTF!!Lol Whites kids and Rap dont mix
« on: February 02, 2010, 09:41:02 AM »
Too much time on their hands eish.

General Discussion / RIP Bhongo
« on: February 01, 2010, 01:00:49 PM »
Sad Indeed,He died riding his Harley Davidson motorbike .I thought the Dude was funny in his own way.RIP

General Discussion / What is it with Rappers going to Prison?
« on: January 28, 2010, 09:02:11 PM »
What is it with Rappers goin to prison these days,is this a trend or what, Gucci Mane has just been sent back to prison,lil wayne will start serving any day from now,Max B sentenced to 75 Years,Remy ma,Prodigy,T.I, etc

General Discussion / JAY-Z-ON TO THE NEXT ONE VIDEO
« on: January 12, 2010, 11:23:37 AM »

General Discussion / Share your Hip Hop lingo and their definition
« on: January 10, 2010, 08:31:04 PM »
Bad bitches: a career women who achieves and know what she wants in life.SOURCE: URBAN DICTIONARY. SCARED MONEY: Is someone whos too scared or shook to take chances n make something of his life.


Sports Arena / 2010 AFCON THREAD!!
« on: December 30, 2009, 10:30:16 AM »
Its that time of the year again where the titans of African teams clash in this amazing event.

I go for Ghana and Algeria!!! One of them will go to the Final and win this tournament.

Group A
1. Angola
2. Mali
3. Malawi
4. Algeria
Group B
1. Burkina Faso
2. Ivory Coast
3. Ghana
4. Togo
Group C

 1. Egypt
2. Nigeria
3. Mozambique
4. Benin

Group D

1. Cameroon

2. Gabon
3. Zambia
4. Tunisia

« on: December 27, 2009, 07:16:20 PM »
I dont know if yall into this cat's music  song goes nice in my system and Kid Cudi's Melodies are damn NICE and he dont use no Auto-tunes.when i heard this joint a 2 months back before this video came out i magined the video would look like hes in a Beautiful Eden fantasy type of garden or paradise where everyone is floating wearing white outfits,sky is blue and all that ;D,After i saw the video mximmm WTF  i see niggaz poppin champagne,so Superficial. >:(

General Discussion / RIP Manto Tshabalala
« on: December 16, 2009, 04:12:53 PM »
She pa**ed away today.

General Discussion / Where u going these Holidays?
« on: December 15, 2009, 02:29:17 PM »
So Agianz where are you going to spend your holidays at? On the Gateway magazine i saw some nice places for holidays, Yey EC got those some nice 5 star Bahamas type of resorts i never thought existed.

Media / WHO RAN The 90's: Best Rap Family
« on: December 15, 2009, 12:13:10 PM »
I saw this in another Blog it kinda brought back fun memories!!!!
When they were blue hot which one of these rap crews could not be touched???

DeathRow Records

BadBoy Records

No Limit Records

Dungeon Family

Rocafella Records


Cash Money Records

General Discussion / Birdman in a Mid-life crisis
« on: December 11, 2009, 12:01:55 PM »
He just made these new tatoos WTF!!

Humour / Jokes / Jim jones is a Skhotheni/Hobo
« on: December 10, 2009, 11:41:23 AM »
Dude is awfull,he looks like hes always high on that TIK!!!!

« on: December 06, 2009, 06:39:03 PM »
Dont know this has been posted. Love the song!!! Definately buying this new  Prokid and Teargas album.LOCAL IS LEKKER!!!!!! In terms of Relevance,Lyrical skills and Street cred id definately put Prokid in Top 3 of SA best Emcee.

General Discussion / Raekwon & Snoop Co-sign 50's moves
« on: December 01, 2009, 03:47:05 PM »
West Coast rap veteran Snoop Dogg recently praised 50 Cent for his effectiveness in handling both his own career and the careers of artists on G-Unit Records.

Having collaborated with 50 since the beginning of his career on "P.I.M.P," Snoop pointed out how the rapper has remained loyal to his past and present artists.

"50 Cent is a motherf*cking entrepreneur man," Snoop told DJ Whoo Kid. "That young man is a business man. You know I knew him from the beginning when he first come in. He's trying to find his niche to what he's doing [but] he done outgrew everything around him...He fed everybody already. He made sure everybody ate, he rapped on everybody's sh*t, he promoted everybody, he sent n*ggas on the road, he had me rap on everybody's sh*t, come on n*gga. Even Spider Loc...He set them n*ggas up so if he don't ever rap with them n*ggas again, they still supposed to be straight. That's why nobody can say how unfair [he is]. He played fair, I been with n*ggas that played fair, Master P was a fair n*gga. He played fair and made sure everybody ate..." (Radio Planet TV)
Lil Scrappy, who teamed with 50 for the promotion of his Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live, recently talked about why the G-Unit leader would likely not allow Young Buck back into his camp.

"Buck is my homie; he's like a big brother you never had," Scrappy explained in an interview. "50 is also a big brother you never had. I was around both of them when they would talk about each other love-wise, and that sh*t just flipped, which is what money does. 50 is a real dude. He didn't have to do any of that sh*t for none of us. Young Buck and Lloyd Banks were the first ones. I didn't really get the love that they got. 50 thought they were his babies and if you talked to him, he would tell you that. Buck just saw me in the same situation that he was in, when he got shot up and ain't nobody f*ckin' with him. I just talked to him like three weeks ago, and he said keep doing what you're doing, and I was like I appreciate everything he did for me. And I'm out here grustlin' and if we can make a hit record again, we can do it. Buck and 50 beefing is like two brothers beefing, and they ain't never going to talk to each other again, but it ain't that beat though. They will probably get over it one day, but I doubt it just because its disloyalty. [You've] got to be loyal. Look at Lil Wayne with Cash Money: he was loyal and look where he's at right now." (Hip Hop DX)
Aside from his business skills, New York rapper Saigon recently co-signed Fif's street credibility.

"Sha Money XL introduced me to 50 early in his career," Saigon revealed in an interview. "We sat down and chopped it up. I was actually G-Unit'ed out at one point. I was running around screaming that sh*t and all that. Like 'G-Unit n*gga!' 'cause me and Fif chopped it up...But we had a falling out, we both Cancers -- so as far as us being alpha-males, it's hard to co-exist around that n*gga. A lot of times it's his way or the highway. We kinda bumped heads, early...He never attempted, I never attempted to fix it. But to see him succeed, I kinda felt like I was succeeding...That n*gga Fif was like us, he's a goon, he's in the street, he wasn't no studio gangsta n*gga. He was a real n*gga, so for him to make it outta that -- seeing him make it out of that was kinda like gratification for me in a weird way...Sha Money is my manager now and Sha Money still works with Fif and if Fif ain't want that to go down, it wouldn't happened." (Rap Radar)
He has also received props from Raekwon who applauded the rapper's This Is 50 Fest last month in New York.

"That's something that he did that was a great move," Raekwon explained in an interview. "It's like New York n*ggas, this is what we never ever try to do because it's hard for n*ggas to get past certain things, yo, we gotta stop that. We got kids, man, and at the end of the day your legacy's gotta be great. It gotta be something that stood on something positive so your kids could talk about it later on when they get older. So yeah, I applaud that, for that n*gga to go and invite n*ggas through, that was a gentleman's move." (Absolut TV)

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