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Hot Traxxx / Gay rappers exposed
« on: September 20, 2005, 11:21:38 AM »
Check this out s|-|!t is as funny as hell

Traders / 50c Ma**acre DVD
« on: September 20, 2005, 11:16:00 AM »
Yo all you need is say thanks;/fileinfo.html

1. Intro
2. In My Hood
3. This Is 50
4. I'm Supposed To Die Tonight
5. Piggy Bank
6. Batman And Robin
7. Candy Shop
8. Outta Control
9. Get In My Car
10. Ski Mask Way
11. A Baltimore Love Thing
12. Ryder Music
13. Disco Inferno
14. Just A Lil Bit
15. Gunz Come Out
16. My Toy Soldier
17. (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)
18. Build You Up
19. God Gave Me Style
20. So Amazing
21. I Don't Need 'Em
22. Hate It Or Love It (G-Unit Remix)

Traders / Mobb Deep Discography
« on: September 13, 2005, 04:28:22 PM »

Mobb Deep - Best Of Queens

Mobb Deep - Amerikaz Nightmare

Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth

Mobb Deep - The Infamous

Mobb Deep - Infamy

Mobb Deep - Murda Muzik

Mobb Deep - Juvenile Hell

General Discussion / Busta Rhymes -WOW
« on: September 05, 2005, 12:58:13 AM »
The Busta Rhymes show at Johannesburg Stadium was the best show EVER in my opinion, Buta Rhymes, Spliff Star and Dj scratchator blew the crowd with an astornishing 1:45min set. I mean the guy said it himself that he gon hit you with Cla**ics after cla**ic and thats exactly what he did- Busta Rhymes is the greatest performing artist to date--- Wow

Motoring Forum / DangerDoom-out of this world
« on: August 29, 2005, 01:39:39 PM »
check the review- source
As the popularity of both producer Danger Mouse and rapper/producer MF Doom has exploded over the past 18 months, it seems only natural that two of the most inventive and creative artists in Hip-Hop should combine their talents on one record. With The Mouse & The Mask (Epitaph), the duo, under the moniker of DANGERDOOM, has crafted one of the best Hip-Hop albums in recent memory.

Produced in conjunction with Adult Swim, Cartoon Network’s late-night programming block of which Doom and Danger are both devoted fans, the concept album is laced with references to Adult Swim shows such as “Harvey Birdman”, “Space Ghost” and “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” (featured the most as it’s Doom's personal favorite). Using both samples from the show and original material as skits, the edgy humor ensures Mouse & Mask as that rare Hip-Hop album where the skits are not just tolerable, but funny.

The phrase “Rewards repeated listens” is often music critic slang for an overrated album you won't admit is crap. In this case, however, Doom's non-sequitur lyrics and Mouse’s nuanced beats warrant the phrase. At only 40 minutes, Doom packs in more words than on any of his previous releases, dropping his standard barrage of obscure phrases and even more obscure references. In one of the most bizarre topics ever chosen for a Hip-Hop track, Doom bluntly states his intentions early on “Vats of Urine”: “Everybody talkin’ ‘bout pistols, gats, it’s boring/Came with a new topic to flip you: vats of urine.” Don’t look for any deep metaphors. Just enjoy the sheer weirdness. The Mouse & The Mask is filled with lyrical wordplay that maintains Doom’s “leftfield madman” status.

In keeping with the theme of cartoons, Danger Mouse's playful beats rely generously on strings, keyboard stabs and 70s funk horn blasts that rank as some of his best work yet. On standout tracks “The Mask” and “Old School,” you can picture Mouse thinking back to Saturday morning superhero themes as guests Ghostface Killah (“My money green like my nickname is celery.”) and Talib Kweli, respectively, murder their tracks. Elsewhere, Cee-Lo provides the rare hook on “Benzi Box” over what sounds like an unused Gorillaz beat.

The Mouse & the Mask is a near-perfect marriage between these two forward-thinking individuals. Rather than diluting each other’s talents, the duo once again expand the boundaries of conventional Hip-Hop.

General Discussion / LANDMYNZ the MIXTAPE- Perigos Minas volume 1
« on: June 01, 2005, 01:53:01 PM »

We're inviting ALL headz with unrealesed, very good sounding/tight tracks to submit them for a LANDMYNNZ MIXTAPE due to be realesed very soon. The idea is to give out these mixtapes for free whenever we are performin to expose ours and other peoples music. We are mainly tagerting to give them out to  influential people and pontential investors who might be interested in our endevours.  

We have a buch of unreleased tracks which might not make our final album that  that we wanna use to generate a little buzz, so if you have tracks well, you can holla at

deePea : 083 642 3159
MrC    : 083 641 9358

General Discussion / @BLAHKROZE...
« on: February 14, 2005, 12:52:41 PM »
PM in your inbox from me, please read and get back to Thanks

Hip Hop Events / Wanna Play......?
« on: February 14, 2005, 12:22:24 PM »
Tuscan Empire Productions presents Wanna Play volume 1 at  The Valve 20 Parliament street Cape Town on the 25 February 2005, come join us for a seductive nite, with some of the nicest people from everywhere, with Perfomances from Zubz, Proverb,Hip Hop Pantsula and Skwatta Kamp and DJ from JHB for a hip hop experience out of this Planet

Hot Traxxx / Vinyl vinyls and mooooree vinyls
« on: January 18, 2005, 12:59:00 PM »
Hey yo im importing mad hip hop vinyls from sugar hill gang to 50 cents
If yall want some shit u cant get in this country just post a reply with what you want and i´l get back right at ya

Anything and everything

Landmynz Recordz

General Discussion / Free music on the net
« on: November 19, 2004, 12:19:00 AM »
Hey any of you want to share websites wit free music
check this>out but the quality is not so great but some tight ish up in there so holla

[ This message was edited by: deePea on 18-11-2004 16:20 ]

Hip Hop Events / Birth OF Hip HOP
« on: October 27, 2004, 11:35:00 PM »
COme thru to Coolrunning Melville for the hip hop yall be talking bout
check out myself , MrC, Neon, Caveman, Cyrus Ripping shit on the mic in the underground bombshelter can say you will be protected from landmynz">

[ This message was edited by: deePea on 27-10-2004 16:37 ]

General Discussion / Weed Ma Inspiration Or Downfall
« on: April 23, 2004, 09:58:00 PM »
yo i blaze so much n apperently that shit can make u crazy but i mean blazing enhances creativity how often do U smoke??

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