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AG Wire / Katt Williams Hospitalized, Psychiatric Evaluation Ordered
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:22:23 PM »
November 17th, 2008 | Author: Omar Burgess

In a bizarre turn of events, standup comic, actor and aspiring rapper Katt Williams  was required to undergo a psychiatric evaluation over the weekend in South Carolina. Sumter County deputies acted on a probate court order issued by either friends or close family members to take the comic in for a mental evaluation after he attempted to check in to a local motel wearing a bathrobe and a towel.

Williams stopped at Sumter's Mount Vernon Inn at about 8:30 a.m. Friday, after reportedly visiting a relative in nearby Dalzell. Motel clerk Marion Donning said she called police because she thought something was wrong with Williams. Officers initially left after determining that Williams posed no threat.

Roughly an hour later, the comedian arrived at attorney Garryl Deas' office to ask for help. Williams reportedly told Deas local police were attempting to "violate his rights."
"His demeanor was a little troubled," Deas told "He just said that he doesn't trust anyone anymore [and] that everyone has turned against him. He wasn't really coherent."

After being admitted to Tuomey Regional Medical Center, it is not know if or when Williams was released. His next performance is scheduled for Wednesday, November 20 at Caesar's Palace. Neither his publicist nor staff at the hospital has released any information.
Prior to the episode in South Carolina, Williams reportedly got into a shouting match with BET executives over his duties at the network's annual Hip Hop Awards. BET spun the story by stating Williams lost a break dancing contest to the event's eventual host T-Pain. Two weeks later, Williams also missed an appearance on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

Hip Hop Events / Re: Ill-Literate-Skill 'Off The Radar' Official Thread.
« on: November 19, 2008, 08:08:48 PM »
The slum village ish is postponed. Uno announced this on friday 14th on the Headwarmaz show... Bush Radio. Heartbraking news...but they will still come through dates to be finalised. I blame the Game and his entourage

General Discussion / Re: Worst lyrics in hip hop history
« on: November 18, 2008, 11:53:22 PM »
"D.D.T. the b**ch, I can go for some hours Let Parlae hit, together we like twin towers."
 -Pimpin ("Freaky as She Wanna Be")
Album: On Top of Our Game |

Terrible jokes gone from bad to worse....dang!

Graf Heads / Re: photoGraff
« on: November 18, 2008, 11:39:32 PM »

This piece was done by Ess, from the streets of Bogota, Colombia. It's dark and in your face in more ways than one.... wow wow wow

General Discussion / Re: Lyra**ist Lounge
« on: November 18, 2008, 11:31:30 PM »
Artist: Bahamadia
Album:  Kollage
Song:   Word Play
   Peep my credentials involving instruments rhymes ma**age the cells in
    your mental relieves you of the babblin' that you use to every since
   the departing days of the juice crew my style been milk like a bottle
    of YooHoo was neva mc monkey see monkey do I move through baby real
   natural pose for "illadel" when I gets lyrical ou-ou like Cool Cee use
     to do I make the kids wanna Rah like Afu shouts to Mecca cause the
    planets mad digable allow me to pause and hit the Mork nanu - nanu-wordplay
     My aura is psychedelic flow non-prehistoric metamorphic boric like
   acid no hat tricks a cla**ic so park that a** like Jura**ic and check
    the matrix completed like 7 (seven) to overshadow the triple 6 (six)
   complimenting zig-a-zicks with wisdom like the 5 percenters when doing
    mathematics flips scripts like acrobatics intrinsic in rapping like
    insulin to diabetics text is didactic with nutrience like muslix on
    wax flex facts like hydraulics when vexed to catch flicks by Miramax
         or Kodak I looks beyond the door like 100x for Wordplay...
    Breaks out analogies like pollen do allergies got the vocab like the
    Fugees to collect gees top Bill like Bellamy shocking hardcore headz
   like electricity cuts come complimentary of jockey Sean-Ski yo vocally
     BAHAMA-D be easy like Moe-Bee raps react radio act like DJ Ran and
   Colby to the Roots like Malik B. flows pose as noise reduction on MCs
   like dolby down by law like felonies catchy like T-B Essential to the
                  Elements like Ceceley with Wordplay ...

Media / Re: On the last episode of Tha Headwarmaz...
« on: November 09, 2008, 11:24:08 AM »

This week we had one helluva show...

In anticipation of Proverb’s new projects, especially the EP “off the books” we travelled back to The Manuscript with…

Street Music  Proverb ft. Reason

And of course with the votes tallied and the dust settled, Barrack Obama is out to represent for all of us. We put a humourous spin on things…

A milli (obama remix) – APT

Slum village is gonna be cooking up something on our shores real soon, but we reached a bit deeper into the pot of the Detroit Delhi…

Dirty  Slum Village ft. Dirt Mcgirt

Congratulations Nyambz on your boy child…

Baby and  Hymphatic Thabs

Amavuvuzela remix – Imbube ft. HHP, Young nations, Selwyn, F-eezy, El-nino

Smile  Juggaknots

New money  Juggaknots

Jargon came through blazing on our guest spot, Headz on da spot… we received mad sms and live calls from people bigging them up for their new ish. Don’t sleep, Ncedisa and Freeman are a promising future of hip hop.

Then we headed back into the 90’s with our regular feature, What legends are made of…where we play tracks that were voted for by the ma**es as the best singles to come out of the pre-y2k era…

This is What legends are made of Vol 4

You know my steez – Gangstarr

Triumph – Wu tang clan

Elevators – Outkast

Sound of da police – KRS ONE
Come clean – Jeru da damaja

Hip hop hooray – Naughty by nature

He got game – Public enemy

Gangstas paradise – Coolio

I got a man – Positive K

Ma** appeal – Gangstarr

The headwarmaz is blazing this season mayn… you can’t afford to miss any episode!!!!!

AG Wire / Re: Q-Tip Talks The Renaissance & Tribe Documentary
« on: November 05, 2008, 09:42:58 PM »
Album : The renaissance
Released date : Nov 2008
Label : Universal/Motown Records

Former A Tribe Called Quest frontman Q-Tip will release his new solo album, The Renaissance, on December 18th.

For his new album, Q-Tip recruited a new band but not in the traditional sense. The rapper explained, "It’s not a band in the traditional sense. I have samples, they replay them and embellish so it still has that gritty hip-hop sound. It’s a bit more musical. As well as having actual songs with my band, I have certain things I chopped up, so it’s a mixed bag, but the dominating factor is the musicians."

The first single from the new album is "Work It Out."

AG Wire / Lupe Fiasco says LupEND Will Be A Three-Disc Release
« on: November 05, 2008, 09:34:39 PM »
November 2nd, 2008 Author: Edwin Ortiz

To much dismay from his fans, Lupe Fiasco has stated his third and final album will indeed be LupEND. Though many supporters of the Chi-town rapper aren’t worried about the quality expected from this project, their bitterness lies in the fact that his catalog in Hip Hop will only be three albums deep. However, after an announcement during a show Halloween night, Lupe Fiasco clearly had a treat that would sweeten up his fans.

Addressing his crowd in Chicago at the Congress Theater on Friday, Lupe revealed the album will be not one, but three discs in length. “The name of the next album is LupEND. That’s Lup E.N.D. So, if my mathematics serve me correct from a fabulous Chicago public school system, it’s not one album ladies and gentlemen…it’s three.”

Though nothing was said on the possibility of LupEND being a concept album like The Cool , Lupe did give titles to the acronym E.N.D. “Let’s see, E, we’ll call that one Everywhere. N, we’ll call that one Nowhere. And the last one D, we’ll call that Down Here. So, LupEND is actually a triple CD.”

AG Wire / Guru and DJ Solar to Release Album in ‘09
« on: November 05, 2008, 09:32:09 PM »
Rap duo Guru and DJ Solar have just recently announced their plans to release a new album in 2009 entitled Guru 8.0 Lost and Found. The two Hip Hop acts are accustomed to working together to produce music, as their previous collaborations have resulted in two albums: Version 7.0: The Street Scriptures, Jazzmatazz Vol. 4, and the mixtape "The Timebomb: Back To The Future ," which received rave reviews.

Following the infamous and still talked about split of Gang Starr, which was made up of producer DJ Premier and rapper Guru, the latter artist went on to form the record label 7 Grand with his current partner in crime DJ Solar.

With the new album prepping for release, Guru is quick to a**ure fans that Guru 8.0 will not follow the same format as his Jazzmatazz series.

“This is not Hip Hop jazz, this is straight Hip Hop,” Guru explained. “So, lyrically you're going to have that straight Hip Hop element.”

Although Guru has been popular since the late ‘80's, Solar ensured that Guru's time in the game actually works as an advantage for him. He also said that Guru's ability to stay relevant to Hip Hop is “something above and beyond what men half his age are able to accomplish.”

Guru has expressed confidence in his upcoming work, boldly stating, “The concept of real Hip Hop had gotten lost. But now it is found again on this record.”

Guru 8.0 Lost and Found is slated for release in March of 2009.

AG Wire / Obama Wins!
« on: November 05, 2008, 09:29:21 PM »
November 5th, 2008 Author: J-23

With well over the required 270 electoral votes, Barack Obama has become the new President of The United States of America.

Just moments ago Republican candidate John McCain gave his concession speech, telling his booing supporters, "I pledge to him tonight to do all in my power to help him lead up through the many challenges we face."

Barack Obama gave his victory speech to the country from Chicago .

History has been made.

AG Wire / Re: Current top hip hop sellers
« on: November 05, 2008, 09:24:54 PM »
November 5th, 2008 Author: Jake Paine

The "Grammy Family" may be gearing up for a chart takeover, with Kanye West and Common coming soon, and John Legend's Evolver being a Top 3 debut. T.I. traveled from that #3 spot to #7, a strong fall for the Atlanta rapper, whose now eclipsed the platinum, million mark with his Paper Trail
Lil Wayne stayed in his mid-twenties zone of recent, selling Tha Carter III, strongly towards three million. Young Jeezy remains strong with his Recession, again staying a few notches above LAX.

Rank  Artist                  Album                      This Week                 Est. Total
4     John Legend          Evolver                      132,823                   133,094
7        T.I.                   Paper Trail                  76,560                     1,047,627
15    Ne-Yo             Year of the Gentleman       26,574                      548,027
20    Lil Wayne            Tha Carter III               23,037                      2,624,722
28    Young Jeezy      Recession                       17,412                       578,973

The Game and LAX fell out of the Top 30 for the first time, still in a crowded pack with another potential chance at Top 25. Nelly was over 10,000 units behind with Bra** Knuckles, an area not occupied by any rap release.
DJ Khaled cracked the six-figure mark with his We Global. However, for independent artists, few were more shocking than Joe Budden, returning to the Top 200 for the first time in five years, with his digital album Halfway House, selling over 3,000 paid downloads.

Rank      Artist                    Album                   This Week                    Est. Total
35     The Game                  LAX                      14,121                               545,974
112    Nelly                        Bra** Knuckles       4,738                               157,063
126   DJ Khaled                We Global                3,535                               101,046
183   Joe Budden           Halfway House           3,174                                 3,174
185   Ice Cube                Raw Footage               3,093                              164,191

General Discussion / Re: Lyra**ist Lounge
« on: November 05, 2008, 08:57:59 PM »
Yo...some of that Pharcyde is is too dope. Was listening to that track YO MAMA...some funny ish right there.

General Discussion / Re: Worst lyrics in hip hop history
« on: November 05, 2008, 08:50:48 PM »
Rick ross spits the worst ish i've heard in a bit...

Graf Heads / Re: photoGraff
« on: November 05, 2008, 12:42:17 AM »

for all the warcraft fans...this is a piece done by Basic from Peru... eish

General Discussion / Re: Lyra**ist Lounge
« on: November 05, 2008, 12:34:24 AM »
Artist: Ahmad
Album: Ahmad
Song: Back in the Day

Chorus: repeat 4X

Back in the days when I was young I'm not a kid anymore
But some days I sit and wish I was a kid again

Verse One:

I remember (back in the days)
When I just a little niggerole
I looked up to my bigger bro
Begged if I could kick it so
when he went out with girls I could go taggin along
Naggin if she had a sis maybe could mack a baby hoodrat
Y'all remember way back then, when it was 1985
all the way live, I think I was about ten
One of those happy little niggaz singin the blues
That be always tryin to bag with the shag and karate shoes
Sayin "Yo momma black, his momma this, his momma that"
Then he get mad and wanna scrap
We stay mad about, ten minutes then it's like back on the bike
To play hide and go get it with the younger hoes by the bungaloes
Then switch to playin ding dong ditch, when that gets
old and too cold to hack it, threw on a bomber jacket
You could tell the ballers cuz they bell wearin Gazelles
And if they really had money raised be sportin BK's
and, all the girls had they turkish link
If it broke then they made earrings to it, like they meant to do it
But, sometimes, I still sit and reminesce
Then, think about the years I was raised, back in the days


(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(what?) (back in the day) (when?) (back in the day)

Verse Two:

I'm still back in the days, but now the year is '87
'88 that's when my crew and I were in junior high
In 7th grade, I hated school wish it'd blown up
No doubt I couldn't wait to get out (and be a grownup)
But let me finish this reminescin and tellin
Bout when girls was bellin tight courderoys like for the boys
basket weaves, Nike Cortez, and footsie socks
And eatin pickles, with tootsie pops
And it don't stop, I'm glad cuz when J.J. Fad hit
Supersonic it was kinda like a sport to wear biker shorts
or, to wear jeans and it seemed like the ma**es
of hoochies, had poison airbrushed on they a**es
Dudes, had on Nike suits, and the Pumas with
the fat laces, cuz it was either that or K-Swiss
I miss those days, and so I pout like a grown jerk
Wishin all I had to do now, was finish homework
It's true, you don't realize really what you got til it's gone
and I'm not, gonna sing another sad song, but
Sometimes I do sit and reminesce then
Think about the years I was raised, back in the days


(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(what?) (back in the day) (when?) (back in the day)

(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(what?) (back in the day) (when?) (back in the day)

Verse Three:

Well, it's the niggerole, I figure that now I'm all grown up
Because I'm eighteen years old, and guess you could say I'm holdin
down a steady job and crew steady mobbin
you steady bobbin your head and I'm paid, so I got it made
But, didn't always have clout, used to live in South Central L.A.
That's where I stayed and figured a way out
I gave it all I had so for what it's worth
I went, from rags to riches which is a drag but now I'm first
So Ahmad and The Jones' is on our way up
Yup, we said that we was gonna make it since a kid
and we finally did, but
Sometimes I still sit there reminescin
Think about the years I was raised, back in the days


(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(what?) (back in the day) (when?) (back in the day)

(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(and everybody say) (I remember way back when)
(what?) (back in the day) (when?) (back in the day)

Back in the days when I was young I'm not a kid anymore
But some days I sit and wish I was a kid again

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