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General Discussion / Re: African - Rob One
« on: March 09, 2011, 02:01:47 PM »

General Discussion / Re: African - Rob One
« on: March 09, 2011, 11:38:05 AM »
Cheers fellas. @Tebzar, if Superhero was the indie comic book, this is like the big-budget summer blockbuster. I'm not kidding when I say this is a monster.

General Discussion / African - Rob One
« on: March 08, 2011, 07:30:32 PM »

The new album from Rob One.

Featuring production from Alias, Nyambz, ProChrist, Phil the Kritik, Makhi the Heartbeat and Sloth.

With appearances by Zubz, Core Wreckah and ProChrist.

Cuts by The Last Skeptik

Coming real, real soon.

(No, seriously, real soon. It's being mastered as I write. I'll have a sampler coming for AG heads soon. Meantime, keep an eye on and

Chief Rocka - Open Mic / Re: THE EDUCUTAED RAPPER!!!!
« on: March 03, 2011, 05:46:31 PM »

Kids In The Hall? David Banner? Phonte? 9th Wonder? Talib Kweli? Asher Roth? Roxanne Shante (who has a PHD no less)? Ludacris? Ice Cube? Rah Digga? Common? E-40?

Not to mention all the rappers in SA who have a university education - there aren't as many, but there are a few. I'd say it puts you a step ahead. But this is certainly not a new phenomenon.

General Discussion / Re: f*** SAPS
« on: February 28, 2011, 02:44:50 PM »
I don't race is the issue here. I think it's a problem with a deeply f***ed police force who think that this kind of thing is OK.

General Discussion / f*** SAPS
« on: February 28, 2011, 11:43:30 AM »

Catz Pyjamas in Melville over the weekend. f***ing cops.

Battle One on One / Re: The Rise of Female Mc's
« on: February 24, 2011, 05:32:13 PM »

Media / Re: SA rap in The Guardian
« on: February 18, 2011, 03:17:50 PM »
good one, enjoyed the article very much saw it on my google alerts and pulled over to read it at a parking lot in Elsies River. Congrats and a win for the artists.

Bwahaha! That's awesome. My stories stop traffic.

Media / Re: SA rap in The Guardian
« on: February 18, 2011, 01:46:43 PM »

big ups Rob! you're putting us up and out there, fam. believe this is a first? props, bro. keep moving up. great article.

SA Hip Hop wins.

Thanks man. It's the second piece I've written for them, and it was great they were open to a piece like this. I think they did a good job.

Hot Traxxx / Re: Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All!
« on: February 17, 2011, 12:58:23 PM »

if there is anything that causes a love-hate relationship with the "world" and the "americans" its definitely their arrogance...more often than not, (in hiphop circles atleast), there will come along a group or an individual whose style is celebrated as "the next big thing" as the be all end all of creativity, an almost messiah like character that is charged with bringing about musical change & salvation to mediocrity...personally, i never give into the hype...they did it with JAY ELECTRONICA, J COLE and now, now they doing it again with ODD FUTURE...i dont dislike their music but i feel its really nothing NEW, GRAVE DIGGAZ did this MORBID rap thing years ago....

i guess what i dislike the most is that musicians in America are often hoisted up as "the be all end all" of creativity, as if the rest of the world now was sleeping before he/they came on the scene and now we have to catch up to his/their persona and style of execution, the better to be considered as "worthy" of listenership...anyhow, enough of my rants...i stay with an open mind...!

But that's America. If artists don't constantly reinvent themselves they are discarded. And if reinventing themselves means doing something that was done years before, then it's OK, because listeners won't remember it.

Media / Re: Official PODCAST Thread
« on: February 16, 2011, 09:49:46 PM »
I haven't updated this for a while. Still, AGians will get a kick out of this.

20/20 - CELPH. MUTHAf***IN'. TITLED.

His words, not ours. Big shouts to the Landmine Lieutenant for coming on board and having a quick chat with us. We may have just gotten the big fella out of bed, but he was still coherent. Mostly. Kinda. And by the way, if you haven't heard Nineteen Ninety Now (Celph's record with Buckwild) you need to listen to the joint from it on this episode. Then go buy it. Your life will be better and your babies will be millionaires.

- Stars Shine Bright - CunninLynguists
- Fight Club (Remix) - Slaughterhouse
- The Deal Maker - Celph Titled and Buckwild
- Work - Nitty Scott MC
- Stand By The Window - Reggiimental featuring Matt Henshaw


General Discussion / Re: SMH!! Hayi!
« on: February 07, 2011, 02:17:16 PM »
i was browsing the site then i came across this hay khona :o

I kind of feel guilty for what I did, but here's what happened. My Mom was tired when she came off of work and we both share the same bed. She fell asleep and I woke up at night while she was still sound asleep. She's a heavy sleeper and it's sometimes hard to wake up her up.

But anyway, when I woke up at night, I started having a boner, a really bad one too. I mean, it was hard and it was driving me crazy and I should of went to the restroom to jack it off but I was too lazy and I sat in bed. When I turned over and looked at my Mom, that's when things got worse.

I moved her panties with my fingers and then I saw her vagina. After this, my d*** was so hard it was turning red and even semen was leaking from it. Somehow I needed to calm my sexual needs, so I stuck my Mom but slowly pushed in her. This went on for a very long time until I pulled and then came. I guess she didn't wake up because of how slow I was going.

Should I tell her what I did? If I don't, I have to live with this secret forever.....

I do however find her attractive. She's 37 with huge breasts and a hot a**.


Weeeeeell, that's my day completely ruined. Thanks!

General Discussion / Re: Why Successful Black Women dont Get Married
« on: February 01, 2011, 06:35:14 PM »
Colin? Over to you...

General Discussion / Re: SA Music Mags
« on: January 31, 2011, 05:34:05 PM »
True, true. My worry is that they'll only want a short piece. The story I'm cooking needs space to breathe...but yes, they are very much an option.

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