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Hip Hop Events / Hip Hop Radio Cape Town
« on: November 10, 2008, 05:25:58 PM »
Peace AG Ma**ive

An old friend of mine and myself have been quietly building a steady platform through UCT Radio in Cape Town. The show is on at 21h00 Mondays, and every day during December.  The initial show platform from 9-midnight Mondays started as an offshoot from what we were doing through the Essential Rush on YFM throughout last and this year. The initial MHS thirty minute slot on Y went amazingly well in its infancy, then came all the what what and whereby, ultimately ending in the show being ad hoc and completely cameo. Blah blah. Point is that we have developed the three hour platform and things have been on build since then, now so much so that I invite all of you who may be in Cape Town to actually listen to the show now hehe.

In short, AG contains one of the most justifiably critical ma**es of heads, fans, writers, producers, DJs and Hip Hop contributors and the platform is one that would be somewhat untested without your input. If you are in Cape Town please check the show. We do not yet have web-streaming etc but are getting there, trust.

So far in our infancy we have reached out to people like Indigenous, White Nite, Pioneer Unit, 20/20 HipHop Radio, Big Cakes from the UK as well as people like Wretch 32, Second Sun and others to touch some of the shows and this has been a blessing for us.  In terms of sound I (MHS) am very much on that (post 2004!) underground tip, local Hip Hop from around the country and beyond, and some Glitch for the Breakers etc, which started as a bit of a joke but happens by request sometimes now.  I play vinyl when in CT and if I'm sending from here I use .mp3 software such as Serato or even Mixpad and a wave editor depending how many hours I have before the show. Expect to hear local, global and UK beats, beats from Africa, Palestine and the Ukraine etc. I do like to keep it rough and modern while Benzo the anchor plays a mixed bag, always fat tho. He is a member on this sit I think and will let him speak for himself in due time ;).

Tonight we roll again at nine so if you’re about give us a listen and let me know what you think. Criticism will be handled constructively and is actually encouraged.  The platform will also be open in December during those drivetime hours to all AG crew who are contributing to Hip Hop in whatever way and by all AG crew I mean all. Just get in touch and let us know what’s good and what you want to do, drop, say, whatever and we’ll make a plan.

Anyway, check us tonight for beats from Canada, SA and wherever else. I’m playing a hard thirty minutes and we’ll be dropping a set sent in to us by one of our Canadian amba**adors (ey!).  Props to Headwarmaz and other crews, sets and individuals repping Mzansi and other Hip Hop from within the Mother City. We are not your competition.

We will always up my and other sets too for people to enjoy, crit etc where possible too so just ask and you shall receive, swear.  Peace and love, I have a big mouth and a shit temper but it’s all love, and with AG heads it may not be all love always, but it’s always respect, trust. Ta for the long read.

Hot Traxxx / New AKA (IV League ex Entity)
« on: October 20, 2008, 09:42:34 AM »
Known this dude for a while, had our moments but feeling this track definitely. Like the way he's worked his samples. On the down side sounds a little American but that's dude's flow I guess and those arguments have been had here. I also see it as one of those downsides I had to pick to sound fair. Flow is on, beat is well done and well produced, feeling it.   

Check the track "Ready" on the Page, just created.

Hip Hop Events / DJ KRUSH JHB
« on: September 27, 2008, 10:36:15 AM »

Did anyone go to this at Carfax Last night? Please reflect if you care. Missed that shit and dude is always good.

General Discussion / Butanus Ridiculoid
« on: June 28, 2008, 08:47:45 AM »
Just a quick shout from a very happy customer.  I could politick for hours about why I am liking the winter stuff i.p. the hoodies.  Long and short of it, without buying face, is that I decided to cop three hoodies and a cap yesterday and I'm mad chuffed. So is my lady w that gold and black item.

Hope you can be neat w my money and that you're not going to spend it on tik or anything.  Oh yeah, and I will be back too.  Ordered a black, black and grey and zip up black and grey.

Whoever you are in reality, your shit is fire and if we ever ether each other on AG, you can laugh knowing:

a) that I will be giving you thousands of rands no matter what I say and
b) I am probably screaming on you wearing one of your hoodies.

Nice work, nice clothes, keep working.

If you need a model- don't ask me :-*.


From Babygrande...


Album hits streets June 24th on renowned indie Babygrande Records; first
video premiered featuring Reef The Lost Cauze

Amidst critical fanfare and a rapidly expanding US profile, The
Snowgoons, the renowned German production team of Det, DJ Illegal,
Torben & DJ Waxwork, prepare their sophomore offering, "Black Snow,”
featuring a veritable who’s who of the independent hip-hop scene.

Building off of the critical and commercial acclaim of their debut
release, 2007’s “German Lugers,” The Snowgoons once again enlist the
upper echelon of independent talent for “Black Snow,” including Defari
(Dilated Peoples), Killah Priest, Smif-N-Wessun, ILL Bill (Non Phixion
& La Coka Nostra), Outerspace, C-Rayz Walz, R.A. The Rugged Man,
Apathy, Edo G., Sabac Red (Non-Phixion), Doap Nixon, Reef The Lost
Cauze, Sick Jacken, Rasul Allah (Lost Children of Babylon), Scheme (The
Molemen), Main Flow, El Da Sensei, Block McCloud, Pace Won, Slaine &
many more. With a line-up of features that rivals (and outshines) most
independent labels’ rosters, The Snowgoons once again storm the US
shores with their distinctive blend of beats paired with the cream of
the independent emcee crop.

In connection with the announcement of the release, The ‘Goons unveil
the first of multiple videos showcasing the gritty underground stylings
that will define their sophomore entry “Black Snow:”
“This Is Where The Fun Stops” featuring Philly’s own Reef The Lost

Check for more videos in the ensuing weeks featuring guest emcees from
the album…


Hot Traxxx / New Babygrande Shit
« on: November 29, 2007, 05:18:43 PM »
What up f***ers

Reasonably fresh, thoroughly legit. Crack applies here.


With the long awaited “Writer’s Block 5” in stores today, JR unleashes
the remix to “We Gettin’ It Baby” featuring none other than Lil’ Wayne.

“We Gettin’ It Baby” (remix) feat. Lil’ Wayne



(eat a dick ya burnt shit playing muhf***az .

contact me or them)



Also link to: for
the Entertainment Weekly review!!!!

JR Writer
“Writer’s Block 5”

General Discussion / JMT Press Release
« on: September 06, 2007, 01:17:29 PM »
Sorry, no music.  Please read below:

For Immediate Release

Jedi Mind Tricks’ Army of the Pharaohs return with sophomore set, Ritual
of Battle, on September 25th!!!

A year and a half after waging war on the underground rap scene with
their debut release The Torture Papers, Army of the Pharaohs, the
supergroup spearheaded by Jedi Mind Tricks’ powerhouse emcee Vinnie
Paz, return with their long-awaited sophomore offering, Ritual of

Ritual of Battle revisits the supergroup’s winning formula, once again
featuring an incredible lineup of underground emcees, including Vinnie
Paz of Jedi Mind Tricks, Outerspace, Esoteric, Celph Titled, Chief
Kamachi, Reef The Lost Cauze & more.

Originally conceived as a fluid movement of emcees and producers, The
Army has expanded to include a few notable additions: Doap Nixon, Demoz
and to the inevitable delight of long-time Jedi Mind Tricks’ fans, the
return of core original JMT member Jus Allah, who can be heard trading
verses with Vinnie Paz on a number of head splitters, including the
ferocious “Blue Steel.”

Executive produced by Vinnie Paz and boasting production from Esoteric,
ILL Bill, Celph Titled and others, Ritual of Battle is another raw
reincarnation of the 90's-era boom bap rap that has become synonymous
with Jedi Mind Tricks.

Check back soon for the official launch.

Jedi Mind Tricks presents…
Army of the Pharaohs: Ritual of Battle

Hoping to be the first to give this some legit airplay emzantsi so I'll keep all posted.


Producers - Discussion / Sound Card For Sale
« on: July 10, 2007, 04:28:26 PM »
DMX 6Fire for PC

Old but good and f***in cheap.  You can make nice beats to impress friends and family.  Astonish colleagues with home made beats that sound like the real deal!  Blah blah.

Get in touch if you need it.

General Discussion / Kamza Crash
« on: April 28, 2007, 09:28:48 AM »
Sup. Kamza and his boys rolled their G last night.  Apparently cats are ok just kept in overnight and shit.

Thoughts go ut, we know you got big tings on push right now.

Get well.

General Discussion / Well f*** me if Another Thread Just Got Dusted
« on: February 23, 2007, 09:48:11 AM »
MILK please buy an AK and find these f***s when you're settled.

Goddamn bastards.

« on: January 19, 2007, 02:01:12 PM »
Sup all.

Can this be?  Is this dude high on  tik or some shit?  Please can I have even the teeniest bit of input here.

I say f*** the askari, maybe I'm wrong and too much of a self hating white.  Enjoy the read.

Politics / P.W. is No More.
« on: October 31, 2006, 10:09:21 PM »
Unconfirmed but very reliable source.  The old man of the regime apparently died of a stroke today.  How do we feel? I never thought I'd fel anything but happy but with the rain coming down on the Jozi streets I feel strangely peaceful, like a part of our history is now able to be closed.  Dunno.

Motoring Forum / Top Gear Presenter Critically Injured
« on: September 21, 2006, 09:30:01 AM »
Not sure who gets the chance to watch this show, but damn.  Thinking Steve Irwin and shit these are some odd times.

Speedy recovery mate.

Politics / Did I Miss Something?
« on: September 13, 2006, 08:50:35 AM »
Is it just that I'm blind or did nobody mention that yesterday was the anniversary of the murder of Cde Steve Biko...

If not, just want to big that dude up electronically.  I still think he may just have made one of the biggest contributions to the realisation of a new Africa.

"You are either alive and proud or you are dead, and when you are dead, you can't care anyway."
I Write what I Like.

We are sure as hell proud of you. Stephen Bantu Biko- Rest In Peace

General Discussion / J RAWLS TRIBUTE TO JD
« on: August 28, 2006, 01:44:17 PM »
Anyone heard this?  Picked it up on 7" in Dublin two days ago.  B - Side is too fat but some don't like the vocal.  I say craziness.  What y'all think?  Let's get talking music again AG...  Peace

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