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« on: February 28, 2006, 09:23:27 PM »
Saturday, December 03, 2005

A crack head in San Francisco tried extracting meth from his urine. In the process he spilled some solvent on himself and then lit a cigarette to ponder what to do next. The answer was get a fire extinguisher. He set himself on fire and was eventually arrested.

Apparently it is possible to extract meth from the urine of chronic user. But you need gallons of the stuff, equipment and at least half a brain. This fool was clearly missing one of those items. If the brothers find out about this you have to wonder if they'll impose a wee wee tax on top of the cell tax and commissary tax.

Graf Heads / what is a jah fish?
« on: February 27, 2006, 12:11:29 PM »
a few people have been sending PMs asking what i exactly do.
this is too long to explain, so i updated my site & portfolio!

enjoy the tour!

« on: February 27, 2006, 11:53:46 AM »
-VISIONARIES are currently constructing the photo mosaic for our album cover.


*NOTE: only a select amount of photos can be used, so the sooner you send it, the better.


Hot Traxxx / Fish's Favorite French Files
« on: February 04, 2006, 06:36:56 AM »
here's a compilation of some of my favorite french late 90ies hiphop tracks!

part one:


part two:


tracks from la cliqua, x-men, ntm, rocca, oxmo puccino, lunatic, booba, Lim, i am, freeman, akhenaton, daddy nuttea, .... and may more.

each folder is about 65 Mb big   :!:

amusez-vous bien!


General Discussion / london youth ... and grime music
« on: January 21, 2006, 11:01:59 PM »
here's a nice flash photo docu (with sound) about the youth & grime scene in london ...

go to:  Interactive Essay

Inner-City Youth, London
by Simon Wheatley


Hot Traxxx / late xmas present ...
« on: January 21, 2006, 07:19:59 PM »
for rushay and all other STETSASONIC fans ....

talking all that jazz on video ....


Hip Hop Events / online right now:
« on: December 22, 2005, 01:29:39 PM »
deejaying right now with Iggy & hamma on

tune in!!!!

General Discussion / R.I.P. Richard Pryor
« on: December 11, 2005, 09:55:53 AM »
He died of a heart attack @ age 65.
No doubt the most hilarious, sharpest, honest comedic genious EVER!
With an honest story his truth and pa**ion could make u think, cry a little, and laugh a WHOLE lot!
Imagine if he was never struck with M.S.
He would have changed the world with laughter. (Not that he didn't but he got cut short)
The king of comedy!
PLEASE do yourself a favor go buy a richard pryor cd put it on with some friends and prepare to laugh your a** off!
I promise it will change u and your perspective on a few things in life.

Be well richard

A true fan!

Media / SA music on bayfm
« on: December 10, 2005, 03:00:55 PM »

Jbux & Rushays show is on tomorrow again. i met jason yesterday and today, and hooked him up with many downloads i got from all of u guys here!

so watch out for the show tomorrow, this might turn into some SA/AG-Allstars show  


Hot Traxxx / KEYS BY THE POUND mixtape .... by jah fish
« on: November 11, 2005, 10:49:59 PM »
i proudly present:


a collection of 12" containing pianoloops, that's what the mixtape is based on.
tracks from 1991 to 2003 ...  (re-coded for those who had a previous mp3 versions that is skippin ...)

u like the concept/tracks?
gimme some feedback  ;)

and feel free to spread the mixtape!  



(file is about 50 Mb big)

here is the download:


Humour / Jokes / go to google ...
« on: November 11, 2005, 01:03:33 PM »
go to google and type in:  Failure

1st search result is right on the point!  

;)  :D

Hot Traxxx / NWA the edited version ....
« on: November 06, 2005, 11:51:48 PM »
breaking all barriers ....

this is the new edit! the ultimate one i guess ...

wesssside! enjoy!


always love creativity!


ps: i try to find the link to the cat who seriously devoted lots of time to get into this editing shit! if u go f***in crazy then not with a gun, edit your favorite gangstas! make edits not war! hiphop hooraaaaaaaaay!

Hot Traxxx / hiphop collabos in SA
« on: November 06, 2005, 08:36:34 PM »
been reading this article ...

and i'd like to hear some of those collabo tracks mentioned

# Danny K and Mandoza
# Skwatta Kamp and Zim Ngqawana
# H20, Bouga Luv and Lira
# Tweak, Pro-Verb and Josie
# Tumi, HHP, Zoe and SK
# Tamara Dey, Karabo, Lois and Ntumi
# Hugh Masekela, Zubz and Rasekgantsho
# Jah Seed and Khethi
# Karen Zoid, Thandiswe Mazwai  
# Brothers Of Peace and Watershed
# Ernie Deane and Simphiwe Dana
# Ringo, Rebecca Malope and Thembisile
# Pops Mohammed, McCoy Mrubata and Revolution
# Jae, Pebbles and Richard
# The Narrow and Godessa

anyone can help?

« on: October 30, 2005, 09:41:47 PM »
Ok, we know that Hip Hop has changed the world and done a lot of great things for a lot of people. Hip Hop's positive contributions are many. However here is a story about how some hip hop has negatively effected the home land of Africa. Peep the story and pa** it on if you are pickin up what this cat is layin down.

Hi Folks!

My name is David Sylvester and I recently completed a charitable bicycle trip in Africa, riding over 7000 miles from Cairo, Egypt to Cape Town, South Africa . The trip made me the first and only African American to cross two continents on a bicycle. I have plenty of great and fascinating stories. Many are funny, others bittersweet, some are poignant, but all are entertaining. Surprisingly one story has stood out and if it was not for the fact that I have a picture of it, many would never believe it. and it is for that reason that I am sharing it with you.

While in Lilongwe, Malawi, I came across a store by the name of “Niggers” —that’s right “ Niggers”! The other riders, who were all white, could not wait to inform me of this to see my reaction. Initially, I thought that it was a very bad joke but when the other riders were adamant about the existence of the store, I had to see it for myself.

What I found was a store selling what the owner called ‘hip hop’ style clothing . It was manned by two gentlemen — one of them asleep! (Talk about living up to or in this case down to a stereotype) I asked the guys what was up with the store name. After hearing my obvious non - Malawian accent and figuring out that I was from America, the man thumped his chest proudly and said “P-Diddy New York City! we are the niggers!”

My first reaction was to laugh, because many things when isolated can be very funny, but it quickly dawned on me that this was so not funny at all. It was pathetic. I did these bicycle trips across the USA and through the ‘Mother –Land’ in honor of one of my good friends, mentors and fellow African American, Kevin Bowser, who died on 9/11. Here I am, a black man riding across the world on his bicycle in honor of another black man, riding ‘home’ and what do I see?? Some Africans calling themselves Niggers! They were even so proud of it they put it on their store front to sell stuff. When I relay the story to folks back home in Philadelphia, most of them laugh too and rationalize it by saying ‘well, we can say it to each other’ or ‘there is a difference’ or even ‘they just spelled it wrong. It should have been ‘nigga’s’ or ‘niggah’s’ Gee like that would make a difference.

The issue is not the spelling. I was wrong. We are wrong. There is no justification for an infraction of this magnitude. The word and the sentiment behind it is Flat out wrong! We have denigrated and degraded ourselves to the point that our backwards mindset has spread like a cancer and infected our source, our brothers, our sisters, our Mother Land. I have traveled all over the world and have never seen a store by the name of “Jew Devils”, ‘spic bastards’ , ‘muff divin'’’ dykes’ or anything like that- Only the store niggers!

I am to blame for this. Every time I said the word I condoned it, by not correcting others or rationalizing it gave it respectability, by looking the other way when others said ‘hey nigga what’s up’ allowed others to see it and ultimately that when I purchase CDs, DVDs, T-shirts and other stuff, I enriched it. I now see the error in my ways and I am so so sorry black men and women. The flame that we called entertainment, that was only to warm and entertain us, now engulfs us and scorches our own self esteem. If a child only knows to refer to men and women as niggers, bitches, pimps and hoes, then what is he/she to grow up thinking of themselves and others as he/she gets older?

This is no joke you can see my site and read some more stories. The bottom line is this I rode over 12000 miles on 2 continents through 15 states and 13 countries and broke 2 bikes in the process to get to a store in AFRICA called niggers. I am willing to step and admit my part in the havoc that we have wrought on our mindset but I think that We all are to blame.

I finish with 4 things:

if you don’t like being called a nigger, bitch, faggot, dyke, spic, Jew dog, wop, towel head or anything of that ilk- then THINK. THINK before you speak those words, write those lyrics, support that rhetoric and most of all THINK before you purchase! Purchasing is akin to compliance- I may like the beats and rhythms of some songs but I can not support it any more. You rappers are intelligent- find another word to describe your selves
read the quote below. If they call you a nigger is one thing but if you answer to it then there is really something wrong!
please forward this to the black folks that you know and let us please, please stop the madness

« on: October 22, 2005, 11:02:36 PM »
hey, just an idea ..... what about doin a little AG summit in cape town ... find a spot to hang out, conquer the decks and have a nice afternoon/evening .... who's into the idea?

greetings from far away right now .....  but i'll be there in december up to mid-january


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