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General Discussion / Ballot or the bullet
« on: February 04, 2009, 12:57:29 PM »
Yo wa**up Ag peops.

After speaking to a few people about the elections coming up soon, I've realised that they hype that we hoped would reach a feverish pitch is no where to be seen. At best the die hard political ma**es from 1994 are still to be found gathered in town halls having meetings that are not looking toward the next election, but fuelled by anger and complaints at the current situation.

And according to surveys the youth of South Africa have not taken many notes from the USA youth. Registrations stats reveal that a large percentage of the youth have not registered yet.

My question is this...

For the people who have decided that they will not be voting for the next South African elections, do you have concrete reasons for doing so?

Media / Re: On the last episode of Tha Headwarmaz...
« on: December 14, 2008, 12:28:04 PM »
On the last episode of the Headwarmaz...  ;D

This week we were discussing another painful topic in hip hop, and that was the Generation gap in SA hip hop. Severe criticism about the loss of essence that our hip hop has suffered has been handed to the younger hip hop practitioners by the older generation of hip hop activists. We had heated discussion about the different phenomena that come with the alleged "death of the golden age". attached are some of the discussions and calls from the show......

Who got played

For the streets - R scenic

Freedom fighters  - Illuminati

Street Epidemic ft. Fungus the mutated lung

Keep it moving - Reason

Rainha Preta - Intellektu

Strange fruit - Pete Rock ft. Sticky fingaz & Capadonna

Evolve  - Insight

Hay suka - Reason ft. Driemanskap

Resurrection at last - D.S.O

Know your hood - DJ Jazzy Jeff

Alter natives - Tha Hymphatic Thabs

What do you know - Murs

Yikes - Scienz of Life ft. MF Doom

Hustle  - Archetypes

The lesson - The roots

Scream phoenix - Cannibal Ox

AG Wire / $5000 Reward Offered For Information On DMX
« on: December 11, 2008, 06:06:32 PM »

December 9th, 2008 | Author: Slava Kuperstein

Arizona police are offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the capture and arrest of DMX.

A Phoenix judge issued a bench warrant for the rapper's arrest after he did not appear in court Friday (Dec. 5) morning, marking the second time he has failed to do so.

X is facing charges of drug possession, identity theft and animal cruelty. After his failure to appear in court, Judge Michael Kemp also raised DMX's bond to $120,000 cash.

According to his attorney, Charles Kolzelka, X is at an undisclosed rehab facility.

Graf Heads / Re: photoGraff
« on: December 09, 2008, 05:42:03 PM »

peru: photo by Wa in Lima

General Discussion / Re: Worst lyrics in hip hop history
« on: December 09, 2008, 05:37:38 PM »
"Got a Bill in my mouth like I'm Hilary Rodham."
-Ali G (Grillz)
 Album: Sweat/Suit |

No comments.

General Discussion / Re: Lyra**ist Lounge
« on: December 09, 2008, 05:34:58 PM »
Artist: Eminem f/ Bizarre (D-12)
Album:  The Marshall Mathers LP
Song:   Amityville

   (kill kill kill)
Dahh-dum, dahh-dum.. dum
Dahh-dum, dahh-dum, duh-da-da-da-da
   (kill kill kill)
Dahh-dum, dahh-dum.. dum
Dahh-dum, dahh-dum, dumm..
   (kill kill kill)

Chorus: Eminem

Mentally illll from Amityvilllle (ILLLL)
Accidentally killll your family stillll
Thinkin he won't?  God-damnit he willll (HE'SSSS)
Mentally illll from Amityvilllle

I get lifted and spin til I'm half-twisted
Feet planted and stand with a grin full of chapped lipstick {*SMACK*}
Pen full of ink, think sinful and rap sick shit
Shrink pencil me in for my last visit
Drink gin til my chin's full of splashed whiskers {*whoosh*}
Hash whiskey and ash til I slap bitches {*smack*}
Ask Bizzy, he's been here the past six years
Mash with me you'll get in imagine this

Chorus 2X

I ***d my cousin in his ***, *** my mother's throat
{*AHHHHHHHH!*} Guess who Slim Shady just signed to Interscope?
My little sister's birthday, she'll remember me
For a gift I had ten of my boys take her ****
{*Mmm mm mmm!*} And bitches know me as a horny-a** freak
Their mother wasn't raped, I ate her **** while she was 'sleep
Pissy-drunk, throwin up in the urinal (YOU f***IN HOMO!)
That's what I said at my dad's funeral

Chorus 2X

That's why the city is filled with a bunch of f***in idiots still (still)
That's why the first motherf***er poppin some shit he gets killed (killed)
That's why we don't call it Detroit, we call it Amityville ('Ville)
You can get capped after just havin a cavity filled (filled)
Ahahahaha, that's why we're crowned the murder capital still (still)
This ain't Detroit, this is motherf***in Hamburger Hill! (Hill!)
We don't do drivebys, we park in front of houses and shoot
and when the police come we f***in shoot it out with them too!
That's the mentality here (here) that's the reality here (here)
Did I just hear somebody say they wanna challenge me here?? (huh?)
While I'm holdin a pistol with this many calibres here?? (here??)
Plus some registration that just made this shit valid this year? (year?)
Cause once I snap I can't be held accountable for my actions
That's when accidents happen,
when a thousand bullets come at your house
and collapse the foundation around you and they found you
and your family in it (AHHHHH!)

Chorus 2X

Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da
Dum, tahh-dum.. ta-dah-da

AG Wire / Re: Katt Williams Hospitalized, Psychiatric Evaluation Ordered
« on: November 20, 2008, 02:39:20 PM »
i just received this...

Following an arduous 300 shows and an 18-month touring schedule that left him incredibly fatigued, Katt felt compelled to be with his family in an effort to deal with his stress. While doing so, he is under a doctorís care.

As this is a private and personal matter, we hope the media will respect his familyís request for privacy.

Yvette Shearer
Shearer Public Relations

I'm on a Katt Williams Support Campaign. All we need is an influx of letters of support to his management staff. I've contacted local and all facets of entertainment to chip in. Jay Leno, Conan, The View ladies, KTLA, Big Boy, MoJo in the Morning, Ben's Chili Bowl in D.C. (Katt visit's them when he was there - check the latest DVD), and countless radio personnel.


Thank you!!

Lady Di

AG Wire / Re: Eminem new album Relapse
« on: November 20, 2008, 02:24:30 PM »
heheheh  ;D so many people to take down Ja-rule (career??)

How many blonds does it take to replace a lightbulb?

AG Wire / Re: Immortal Technique To Aid Children In Afghanistan
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:47:23 PM »
Respect To Immo,

Will we ever see him in South Africa??

AG Wire / Mr T in doubt for big screen A-Team
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:44:13 PM »
Mr T pities the fool that tries to make The A-Team movie without him! The 1980s legend has joked "it'd be kinda hard to fill my shoes" when the cla**ic TV series comes back for a big screen special.

AG Wire / Warrant Issued For Mos Defís Arrest
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:37:36 PM »
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of rapper/actor MOS DEF.

Las Vegas authorities are on the hunt for the star, real name Dante Smith, following his alleged attack on a fashion photographer in August (08).Mos Def faces charges of felony robbery and malicious destruction of private property, according to

Photographer Volker Corell claims the rap star ripped a camera from his neck, smashed it to the ground and then took off with it.

AG Wire / Jadakiss Bows To Pressure To Change Album Name
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:36:15 PM »
Jadakiss has been forced to change the name of his upcoming album Kiss My a** after the title received negative feedback from retailers.

The Lox star has now bowed to industry pressure and the LP will now be called The Last Kiss.

He says, "I had to change the name of my album. Kiss My a** wasnít testing well at retail. Not even with the exclamations or none of that. So we had to switch it to The Last Kiss."
But the MC insists the title isnít hinting at his retirement - itís just the end of an era.

He adds, "Some people asked me is it my last album. Nah, itís just ... the first album was Kiss The Game Goodbye ; the second one was The Kiss of Death, so this one was The Last Kiss. Itís the closing of a trilogy. Itís the last time Iím going to name one of my albums ; itís the last time íKissí is going to be in the album titles. This is why this is The Last Kiss."

AG Wire / Eminem new album Relapse
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:34:02 PM »
The announcement was made on Eminemís satellite radio station, Shade 45, during the on-air "release party" for his new book, The Way I Am. "There are a lot of fake album titles floating out there Ė a lot of bullshit titles," he said. "The real title of my album thatís coming out is ... Relapse." He also played a cut from the album, called I ím Having a Relapse. "Guess whoís back ?" it begins, with Slim Shadyís familiar vim.
Over the last few months, the project was rumored to have been titled both King Mathers and Empack. Also at the soiree were 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, L-L Cool J and The Alchemist.
Relapse will be the rapperís first release since 2005ís not-so-aptly named greatest hits compilation, Curtain Call. Eminemís last original album was Encore, in 2004.

AG Wire / Hip Hop Album Sales: The Week Ending 11/17/08
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:29:04 PM »
November 19th, 2008 | Author: Jake Paine

Rank   Artist           Album          This Week   Est. Total
4   T-Pain            Thr33 Ringz          167,451   167,743
10   T.I.            Paper Trail           62,046   1,178,455
12   John Legend     Evolver           49,857   255,064
23   Ne-Yo           Gentleman          26,808         600,044
26   Lil Wayne           Tha Carter III      23,134   2,671,816

AG Wire / DJ Premier & Ludacris Collaboration "M.V.P." Released
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:26:00 PM »
November 17th, 2008 | Author: ------

With the recent release of the the song "M.V.P." off Ludacrisí soon-to-be-released album Theater of the Mind, the Grammy Award-winning rapper and actor claims to be the first Southern rapper to work with DJ Premier.

Luda' opens up with ďWhen Premier put the needle on the record I put it on blast.Ē He goes on to elaborate with raps, ďfirst southern rapper on a Premo beat."

The Houston-born but New York-bred producer has worked previously with Scarface, on "Betrayal," which was featured on Gangstarr's Moment of Truth album. Premier also produced the title track off Scarface's upcoming Emeritus album. Additionally, Premier supplied the beat for fellow Texan Devin the Dude on the track "Doobie Ashtray." Premier has also worked with Cee-Lo on "Evening News," which can be found on Cee-Lo Green is the Soul Machine. Jermaine Dupri  and Premo collaborated on the track "Protectors of the 1472," from JD's Life in 1472 album. The legendary producer has also featured Bun B  of UGK and Arrested Development on his beats as well, yet the nod is significant.

The Gangstarr co-founder producer gives a unique blend of percussion and samples, to compliment Ludacris' rhymes. The song will be part of Ludacrisí album, Theatre of the Mind, that is scheduled to be released November 24.

Reported by Benjamin Chesna.

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