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Hip Hop Events / BC 1 - Bboy function
« on: June 07, 2007, 02:49:59 PM »
Saturday 8/06/2007
Cover charge - R20
Old Matchstick factory - Observatory - Ekapa

That's all I know...anybody else got info plz?

General Discussion / The Afrikaans HipHop thread
« on: June 05, 2007, 04:28:55 PM »
Brick wrote:

Afrikaans does not sound good over hip hop beats its sounds odd maybe I need to be exposed to more Afrikaans rap but to me it sounds strange off beat it unflattering but thats just probably becuase I am not used to it

Brick , I agree with you in respect to your comments about;

maybe I need to be exposed to more Afrikaans rap

and sympathise with you because I know that it's very difficult to get hold of afrikaans hiphop outside of capetown.
I know for a fact that there's probably only ten (or less) dj's spinning the newschool afrikaans rap tunes.

So , yes most afrikaans rappers are to blame because the meterial is inaccessable.

I undertake to create a new user account or get someone to help me upload NEW SCHOOL AFRIKAANS HIP-HOP.
I will do my best to upload tracks as often as I can , but I will not upload without any artist's permission.

I hope that helps.

Hot Traxxx / re - up
« on: June 01, 2007, 10:35:31 AM »
somebody please re-up the thread where the details for the supply of the mawe 2 cd is given.

Hip Hop Events / Emile / heal the hood project school
« on: May 17, 2007, 04:18:52 PM »
So the front page of this website has an article saying Emile is involved ion opening the first HipHop culture school.

That sounds like pretty big news to me...

We've spoken about hiphop as a career many times.
So it looks like this is the first formal attempt to equip / ready hopefuls for the competitive industry that hiphop is.

a 1year practical  course

so it seems a very broad spread of competencies to grasp in one year ( read the article's curriculum section)

Will a qualification like this carry weight?...especially in an age where the school you go to influences how seriously people take you
Just some questions i will ask Emile.

any thoughts?

The Office / flogging the dead horse?
« on: May 09, 2007, 04:36:51 PM »
am i one of many who cant upload here :?:

General Discussion / Jimmy Flex
« on: March 09, 2007, 02:55:01 PM »
Can somebody please give me Jimmy Flex's phone details
PM or thread , whichever you prefer.
Matter of urgency .


In a significant development for the domestic music industry, the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) has entered into an historic agreement with the UK-based Mechanical Copyright Protection Society (MCPS).

The just-concluded licensing agreement is for the administration of reproduction rights -commonly referred to as 'mechanical rights'- in musical works in South Africa. It allows SAMRO to issue licences to music users in South Africa for the reproduction of musical works in the repertoire of MCPS which forms part of an alliance with the UK's PRS (Performing Rights Society).

SAMRO has been administering performing rights in musical works for public performance, broadcast and diffusion services for over 40 years, and this is the first agreement it has signed with a rights organisation in the UK for mechanical rights. This is a new area of activity for SAMRO and follows on from the organisation's stated intent mid-2006 to enter the mechanical rights administrative terrain.

Leon van Wyk, who heads the International Affairs division at SAMRO, said the organisation was "delighted" at the inking of the agreement.

"We are delighted to have signed this agreement with the MCPS on behalf of our composer-songwriter-publisher members in this developed market.

"This augurs well for us, in view of the problems encountered historically both by our members and our affiliates in receiving their just dues from the exploitation of their musical works in the field of mechanical rights. The conclusion of this agreement provides a basis that gives SAMRO members peace of mind. We treasure our cordial business relationship with our counterparts and look forward to maintaining an excellent working relationship with MCPS in the future."

Karen Buse, Executive Director of International Affairs at the MCPS-PRS Alliance was equally as upbeat.

"MCPS is pleased to enter into this arrangement with SAMRO and we are confident this will herald a new era in mechanical rights licensing in South Africa.

"The MCPS-PRS Alliance has had a very productive relationship with SAMRO over many years and we look forward to working with them on mechanical rights issues. The MCPS repertoire is often represented in foreign territories by sub-publishers but there are still important works which will flow through this agreement."

This is the 25th mechanical rights reciprocal agreement which SAMRO has concluded since declaring its intention in mid-2006 to administer mechanical reproduction rights.

dont know what this means , or if its relevant.if its already been posted......ignore it.

Hip Hop Events / Parkjam Faculty of HipHop & Golden Mic society
« on: February 09, 2007, 02:00:08 PM »
Parkjam as joint venture between the Faculty of HipHop & Golden MiC society.

Venue : Scottsdene Mulitpurpose Centre
Eon Avenue,(After Northpine)

DJ's - Eazy , azhul , Killa Bee

MC's - Jitsvinger , Garlic Brown ..others

Bboys - Handbrake turn & others

Basketball exhibiton matches

Leon Botha - street art exhibition.

Foe further info call Chana ( pronounced Sharna)

Hot Traxxx / SWAY & TECH
« on: December 20, 2006, 08:01:14 AM »
I beg.....
I'm on my knees (no not for that) :!:  :!:  :!:

please somebody upload :
Sway & Tech - The Anthem.

Please - ihave tried all my connections, nobody has it.

Media / Album design
« on: December 15, 2006, 09:35:24 AM »
I'm working with Controversy on some things.

So this is my FIRST album design.Photography, Font , layout -I did the whole deal. This is the media promo version & there will be a different version for the full album.
It was also from the only pics i had available.2 days notice.
Feedback required.

over & out!

Hip Hop Events / Party with a purpose
« on: December 12, 2006, 11:25:06 AM »
ont forget:

Party with a Purpose
15 December 2006
Mercury Live - 43 De Villiers street, Gardens CPT
Doors open at 9

Feat : Rogue State Alliance
- Godessa, Tumi , Teba , Jitsvinger, BVK , Rudimentals.

Hosted by David Isaacs & Oscar Petersen of Joe Barber fame.

Entry fee : stationary , school uniform , schoolbags for school kids

Dress in schoolwear and stand a chance to win prizes
No under 18's

see you there!
skinny guy with camera - hey child - i'l try and get some titty shots :wink:

« on: December 11, 2006, 09:13:27 AM »
MTN hosts a Hip Hop event - DJ , MC , BREAKDANCE battles @ the ArtsCAPE 12 - 5 PM daily between 11 - 15 dec 2006.

I tried to dig up more info - no lineup available -
I will be there today probably until 4:00 if there's a performance.
Tommorow I will be there between 12:00 - 13:00.

Look out for the formally dressed skinny guy with a camera.


Hip Hop Events / Faculty's Parkjam photographs
« on: November 22, 2006, 11:09:33 AM »
here's the pictures I promised:

about 42 new pics, i uploaded the more important ones first.
i will also let you all know when the rest are available.


Hot Traxxx / What was your first album....
« on: November 17, 2006, 08:30:22 AM »
Friday is just about as good a day as any to reminisce..about the good old days.
I would love to know,
What was the first album you ever bought - CD , Vinyl or ca**ette.

Mine was : Public Enemy - Muse Sick N Hour Mess Age ( Music and our message) on CD -  You've got to give it up was my "put on repeat track".


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