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Producers - Discussion / my choice
« on: November 28, 2005, 08:14:40 AM »
i'm for rza - sometimes bordering on the orchestratic / at times very "bella bartok" (cla**ical violin concierto's).

Man - he swings it so many different ways.
I'm just a bit miffed at the supposedly apocalyptic combo of rza & tarantino not being all that het uit gefizzle soes 'n choekoe op guy fawkes.

General Discussion / 2 syntatic
« on: November 25, 2005, 10:02:06 AM »
mr syntatic, nice to engage you again.
speaking of being engaged - i'm aware of stape feud's activism in HipHop -since i was in crew with her (3DEEP) briefly and had the pleasure of reading so many of her scripts.

I am still lucky enough , not as often as I used to , to be able to speak my mind about the state of the game with her.It's ironic that we bring her into this conversation because totally coincidently i was researching on "the faculty of hip hop" & came across her essays (frivolous a**umptions lead to grave concerns ) in the archive which relates directly to this topic.

to keep a long thread short , my understanding is not far form yours.I know that mos mcs ron the modus operandi of "testamony" or "test the money" i.e if the profitability is there then i will go with it.

jastis my broe , the problem will be there as long as humans exist,but i'm glad there ar media peeps like you around who arent afraid to speak like you did here.

General Discussion / welkom
« on: November 23, 2005, 03:10:23 PM »
welkom, ek hoop jy kuier lekker.

General Discussion / @crus-ou & brick
« on: November 23, 2005, 02:15:55 PM »
if you're picking up resentment in my tone then i am truly sorry.

1.) no ego bruising - i just wonder about people's willingness to share a constructive view or ubuntu - you know?thats in terms of being taught.

2.)What one speaks of is more often than not the representation of ones heart condition or one's motivation.If your lyrics have a preoccupation with what is not beneficial then what does that say about your motivations ..or your inner being for that matter.

If you are an artist - your intention is to leave behind something tangible for the next generation / audience.If your creation has no will ones creativity stand up to tests of possibe ambiguity.If it barks like a dog must be a dog.If you say something then it is who you are - or your deception is apparent ...where's integrity?

General Discussion / @ brick
« on: November 23, 2005, 01:42:20 PM »
When I started this thread I was apprehensive about whether I would receive any responses.I am astounded by the fact that with the AG being a forum for HIPHOP culture , how few people are willing to share ideas or knowledge on the concept.(Out of arrogance?...or is it ignorance?)

So - on our continued topic- the presence of females in hiphop.
Major artists whom the most of us respect havent exactly projected an accurate pic of the female role in society.All of us can quote the names of at least 5 songs where the topic relates to f***ing the living daylights out of a h*e...or how many times the word bi*** in refernce to a female appears in track.

We also have ,ahem, "artists" who with one side of their mouths talk about sistaz keeping their heads up & then in the next track talking about how many they wanna hit & how they wanna hit it in dolby surround sound & widescreen.

Relating it to the original article - Maybe female MC's are disheartened by the hypocracy in the "culture".How can we call it culture if we have a screwed up value system?

Your writing is just fine brick..i relate to a lot of what you said.
If we dont discuss hiphop - THEN HOW R THE YOUNG ONES LISTENING TO FIDDY & GAME SUPPOSED TO KNOW BETTER.someone must teach them.
someone taught me.

General Discussion / Hip Hop - From Old Skool to New
« on: November 23, 2005, 11:56:08 AM »
I read this article posted on the AG homepage, and downloaded the slideshow.
I think this lecture/ study was relevant in the sense that HIPHOP music has evolved to a stage where people are questioning it's validity in terms of culture.
To fully understand where on is going one has to know where you have come from.It was nice to have a condensed version of the foundation of hiphop, there arent many protagonists of our culture who would have taken the time to release a document like this.

Many of the trends within south african hiphop become clearer when i read the script.As some one who attended the Homeage ParkJams in CT , I also grasp the importance of such events at atime when hiphop seems to have lost the plot.

That's how it all started , with dj's essentially taking the culture to the ma**es in an informal/outdoor/ghetto setting.
THE BOOTLEG has in its actions essentially reaffirmed the neccesity to renergize hiphop by rekindling the seesnces we may have discarded completely.

Slide 28 mentions issues that i would also like to elaborate on,if the prof wants to engage with another documentarian , i would love to chat with him about them - especially about the role of women in hiphop.
the thread "where r the women at" - started by "neverthem" stated an important issue related to this topic, it's a pity few people bothered to engage his questions properly.

General Discussion / my list
« on: November 21, 2005, 03:35:35 PM »
wearing : disgusting grey pencil pusher cardigan - standard 5 button issue.
tshirt ( because i was working on the Parkjams photos & didnt have time to boots - square tip.

drinking : blackrooibos tea - because milk messes it up.can somebody organize me some honey please?(shouts in office)

listening: not presently , but : isaac mutant /drudge dialect promo 1/ jakee / ancient men - food or life ep.

General Discussion / seeking a lift for next parkjam
« on: November 21, 2005, 02:44:33 PM »
as most of the cape town people know -
the next parkjam is happening in gugulethu tennis courts on saturday.

if anyone is travelling from bellville or the northern suburbs, please let me know if i can travel to & form with you.
willing to contribute to petrol.

pm me please!

General Discussion / @
« on: November 18, 2005, 05:13:48 PM »
No Fiddy is GQ this Gangster is phucking Questionable...
*patting 50 on the head* hey gayboy hey..

Lets see..
A big toothed fool with 9 holes in him & covered in grotesque Tatoos looks good?..!
Fuq dat! my Waxed chest hairs self look better than that fool!

these people have said it all.
but one last comment.

that broken mouthed fool couldnt open his mouth to rap properly,
so why would  i give him the honour of sucking my.............. :evil:  :evil:  :evil:

General Discussion / gq?
« on: November 18, 2005, 03:01:07 PM »
so ..hip hop is gq?

General Discussion / fiddy?
« on: November 18, 2005, 11:41:37 AM »
for this man i will quit drinking water for two months and accumulate my best dark orange urine.

i will gather the greenest/brownest phlegm and donate both to his cause.

i know little , but i know THIS AINT HIP HOP. :evil:

General Discussion / @ maddstone
« on: November 16, 2005, 04:30:25 PM »
on the jakee thing  - i heard e snippet of a track with jakee/witvlekke / creamy from rapbels on the track - i'm hungry 4 some of that. :wink:

General Discussion / @ madd stone
« on: November 16, 2005, 04:28:03 PM »
i know you're locked up in the dungeon working on those beats.
cant wait to hear the new meterial. :D

General Discussion / @ isaac
« on: November 16, 2005, 12:51:20 PM »
i sing in unison to that tune.
you should know because you've been in the game for a while now.
It's nice to see people like you deliver QUALITY afrikaans meterial.

Especially since there's warme acts like :Parliamnet / Rapbels / Jakee / Witvlekke upping the ante.

I'm still on track 2c you on saturday.bringgie twee cd's my broe.

General Discussion / @ jahfish
« on: November 16, 2005, 12:24:00 PM »
thanks i'll take you advice.
which link for your mixtape?
when u come to cape town you must come & eat at my house. 8)

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