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Battle One on One / BEEF 101
« on: May 10, 2010, 07:10:21 PM »
Tate ndeip? so yeah dude disses first i respond he replies using my lines ya-da-ya-da. ok he made his little subliminal diss, i replied then he's his reply.will attend to it when i have time, right now it's not interesting me at all.

General Discussion / @ Mad
« on: December 10, 2009, 07:09:11 PM »
where you at . pm.

General Discussion / Tim Westwood according to Wickedpedia Uncyclopedia
« on: October 29, 2009, 03:27:55 PM »

Tim Westwood

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Tim, with his three brothers Gregory, Rupert, and Terence.
For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Tim Westwood.

Tim Westwood (born Timothy Gideon Henry [explosion sound effect] Westingwood-Smythe II on 3rd October 1547) is a legendary DJ, TV presenter, clown and full time African-American impersonator. He hosts his own radio show on BBC Radio 1, in which he delivers heavy hit after heavy hit after heavy hit to his own credibility with each pa**ing minute. Aside from his radio show he also presents MTV's Pimp My Ride in the UK, and a new Channel 4 series called The Big Dog, which takes a look at abnormally large dogs.

    * 1 WE'RE GOING IN With Some Background Info!
    * 2 Westwood's Show On Radio 1, That's How We Get The Job Done!
    * 3 Speaking Like The Big Dog!
    * 4 Drop The Trivia Bomb!
    * 5 Quick Shout Out For These Related Articles!
    * 6 Footnotes

[edit] WE'RE GOING IN With Some Background Info!

Despite being born through an anus and educated at McDonalds, Tim speaks as if he belongs to a crack-dealing street gang from the south side of New York. Tim's father Bill, a Catholic priest, has put Tim's behaviour down to Satan switching Tim's soul with that of a black south-side ghetto boy some time in the 1980's, and vice-versa. This means that somewhere in the world there is a black south-side ghetto boy who acts like the angelic, slightly poofy son of a Catholic priest. He has yet to be found, if he is still alive.

Shortly after acquiring his new accent Tim moved to London and began a 5-year free-style busking marathon outside Virgin Megastore on Oxford Street. Senior BBC producer Andy Parfait, whilst shopping at Virgin for Enya box-sets, spotted Tim's enormous potential and hired him on the spot out of pity. Andy had been intending to take Westwood to the filming department for a documentary called Freaks on the Street, but, since Westwood was drunk at the time, he got lost at the BBC centre and stumbled into Radio 1's broadcasting studios instead. The rest is history.

In 2002, the RAF attempted to enlist Westwood to help in the Afghan war. Senior RAF personnel had expressed the desire to strap Westwood to the underside of a jet so he could "drop the bomb" on Taliban positions with lethal accuracy. However, Westwood declined saying "that's not the way we get it in" and hoped that in the future, the RAF would "keep it real". Sources[1] say that real reason behind Westwoods reluctancy in joining the war against the Taliban was that Westwood has substantial investments in Afghanistan's burka-industry.
[edit] Westwood's Show On Radio 1, That's How We Get The Job Done!

First time listeners to his radio show can be forgiven for thinking they have accidentally tuned into a Los Angeles underground hip-hop-club-DJs private after-party, such is the raw energy and "growling crunk flavas" that roar out of every minute of the Radio 1 Westwood Rap Show.

Tim keeps his audience entertained with made-up phrases spoken in a thick Brooklyn/Surrey accent, while special guests such as Eminem and Bob Hoskins clutter up the studio, shouting, swearing, free-styling and playing Boggle. Occasionally, the latest "fresh cuts" (records) are played along with a variety of sound-effects, including explosions, air-horns, malfunctioning merry-go-rounds and bleating goats.
[edit] Speaking Like The Big Dog!

Westwood is famous for developing his own extensions to the English language. The following are regularly bellowed by Tim during his radio show, often accompanied by explosion sound effects and sometimes straight into the face of his own guests.
Westwood gives the order to drop the bomb.

    * Drop The Bomb!
    * Very Big Things!
    * Read A Good Book!
    * It's The Big Dog!
    * Exactamundo!
    * Banging In Your Grill!
    * Quite Right Too!
    * Go Hard Brother Number One!
    * Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmn!
    * This Is How We Do It!
    * Up In The Building, Down In The Building, Side-To-Side In The Building!
    * Wrap It Up Before You Slap It Up!
    * This Isn't Strictly Come Dancing!
    * Snap Crackle Pop!
    * Damn I Love This Joint!
    * You Know How We Do-Do-Do Ba-Da-Da-Da!
    * Findus Crispy Pancakes!
    * That Car Is Mad, Small!
    * Bow Down And Kiss The Ring!

[edit] Drop The Trivia Bomb!

    * Tim was awarded Mofo Magazine's prestigious "Most Grills Banged All Up In" Award both in 2003 and 2006.
    * In July 1999 Westwood was treated in hospital in for eight paintball gun splats to the head and testicles, after a drive-by shooting which he reguarly insists was lethal in terms of skin cell damage.
    * He is well known for his line of shampoos and conditioners released under the Pantene brand name made of 99.9% pimp juice extract.
    * In his early 20's Tim was diagnosed with a sub-type of Tourette's Syndrome which causes him to randomly shout out meaningless words and phrases mid-sentence. He has so far been unable to find a cure for this.
    * On this day in 1806, Westwood was roundly pwned by KRS-1 on his Radio 1 rap show. Westwood's advocacy of Berkeleyan solipsism was anathema to KRS-1, who believed in "keeping it real". KRS-1 did a wee on Tim Westwood's arm, and then left the studio cackling maniacally.
    * He has an unspecified number of big pet dogs, apparently named after prolific artists of the hip hop scene, which he regularly gives shout-outs to in his show.
    * Although he broadcasts on Radio 1, his studio is in fact located in a bunker in the middle of a battlefield in Afghanistan, hence the constant explosions that can be heard in the background.
    * It is believed that Dolly Parton's song Son of a Preacher Man is actually about her secret affair with Westwood.
    * He spends most of his evenings and weekends lying in a pool of pimp juice, and this is before he even goes out.
    * It is a true fact that Westwood phones home three minutes before arriving so his family can play his introduction track, so when he walks into the house he enters to a crude explosion and the sound of Westwoooooooooooooooooooooooooooood in da house.

General Discussion / Hip Hop Bible
« on: September 02, 2009, 06:28:45 AM »
I hereby intimate we propose notes for our hip hop code of conduct.

1. u cant make a cla**ic hip hop album without premo as long as he's alive

2. Dont beef wit 50

PS: Royce Da 5'9 is the best rapper alive

Dont front,LIVE A LITTLE

General Discussion / @ Naturelle
« on: August 22, 2009, 10:31:25 AM »
Thanks boo!


General Discussion / Marc Blaze!
« on: June 11, 2009, 08:27:18 AM »
i been warning cats for the past 3 years.grown folks and chilun,meet the future!any one copped hype? ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Battle One on One / Dear Zubz!
« on: April 15, 2009, 07:11:33 PM »
It is i once again,the ogre from your past. I write this with an inquisitive tone.

Several issues have come to my attention. A few,not two, fellow Zimbabwean MCs have voiced their concern over the treatment they got from you while sojourning the treks of Muzansi. Appalled by your indifference they have informed me of their anxiety. Never the one to mince his words i decided to ask and verify. Which brings me to the 2nd issue. Last year i came to witness your 'performance' at the Harare International Festival of the Arts and possibly battle you in front of your fans. NB: i was born ready. I informed a close a**ociate of yours to tell you i was waiting like a saber tooth tiger toying with his prey. To be more specific i was in the front row. For those who might doubt my words, a certain South African female MC, a couple of Zim MCs and producers can attest to this actual event i'm documenting occurring. I am confident you were informed of this because you ,uhmm,disappeared. Out of respect for the 'work' you've put into African hip hop i decided to confront you before i perform the effortless task of dismantling your efforts. By the way did Tate tell you i had put up a couple thousand rands as a bet that i'd beat you in a freestyle battle? Anyway, before i ramble issue 3.Tate came with the noble idea of a friendly spar between us in the spirit of hip hop.  (so contrary to unanimous blog philosophy i didn't start this,it just peeled the scab of an old wound) For the 2nd time you backed down. The 1st was when the Lost Boys came to Zimbabwe (1998). You might act nostalgic but your former group-members, now DKR, remember me vividly (remember the 1st to qualify before Kataclysm?). Anyway, don't say i never tried. I hope this time you explain things cuz lyrically it's about to get ugly. It's not a threat nor a promise, it's the inevitable. On behalf of Zimbabwean hip-hop may you please credibly justify yourself. Oh that's right, you divorced yourself from Zimbabwe. Tate, you can't talk me out of it this time.

Chief Rocka - Open Mic / Best diss track i've heard in a while.Lol.
« on: December 26, 2008, 08:48:51 AM »

Dude should be a ghost writer. ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

General Discussion / New mUnetsi
« on: December 12, 2008, 04:51:30 PM »
eee bhambi.tarisa ka myspace pane ma tracks ma nyowani.worasa mukanwa zvauri we

General Discussion / Mr President
« on: November 10, 2008, 09:29:39 PM »

So earlier i did a project in Feb.The title's Mr President and it was loosely based on the pervading leadership pattern in Africa: authoritarianism.It obviously made salient allusions to Zimbabwe for example.Wanted to do it before the elections in March,so was sort of a rush job.Anyway,i went home came back the next day and the whole project had 'vanished'.No Back-Ups,all i had left was a cd with the unmixed stuff.I've decided to myspace the project as raw as it is.Don't fret about the quality,like i said,this is the raw project,unmixed.I'm driving to highlight some of the imparities on our continent.This is bigger than hip hop,coming from a state where state-censorship is institutionalized.Peace to all my comrades in this war,Dielectric,G.O.D.O.B.O.R.I,Zion Oasis,Immortal Technique,Ben Sharpa,the list is endless, but you know who you are.The revolution's universal.Due to the sensitivity of the project i couldn't feature anyone.They still stalling on the real movement but i can't let up!The revolution's universal.Uhuru!

Freedom in our Lifetime!

« on: September 26, 2008, 01:07:05 PM »

On April 01, 2008, 03:05:11 one quondam Jack the Ripper, now New, Jack haughtily wrote:

I stand corrected

Zimbabweans they thought SA would be on fire by now, thats not going to happen, not in our lifetime, not with all the lessons we drew from around the continent and the world. Unlike you, we're not obssessed with 'colonial masters' and the symbols they left in our country, those sysmbols have signatures of South Africans who gave of their labour, their time and their lives, because of that and logical reason we won't destroy them. You're obssessed with destroying anything and everything that represent your colonial master but cross borders to sell your souls to them, you follow your colonial masters to England to serve them, isn't that a double standard?. I salute your peers who remained in Zimbabwe.

I DONT THINK ANC would ever be compared to Zanu pf you can at least compare it to the PAC. In the eighties it was the zimbabweans accusing south africans for sitting back, necklacing each other, singing a few freedoms songs, did some toyi-toying while waiting their turn in the back of a truck to be banished to the "bantustans"; and so it seemed.

Zimbabweans wondered loudly why south africans would not take arms and fight a "real" guerilla war agains minority rule as zimbabweans had done in the 70's.

To give you another historical percepective, it has been stated that the reason mugabe's party found the PAC as a natural ally was that organization's militancy and willingness to confront the apartheid regime at it's foundation- it's military.

5 months later, S.A did burst into xenophobic flames of frustration and it looks like their political turmoil is in its incipience.Hope the cancer doesnt spread.
We have an old adage in Zimbabwe: Seka urema wafa! It means laugh at the disabled when you are dead. Tomorrow you might be the handicapped.

« on: September 23, 2008, 04:13:59 PM »
Man, i'm sick and tired of whack joints pa**ing off as 'dope' in this age of watered-down hip-hop.Here's a list of albums that shouldn't have come out:

1) Sensai Tate - Black Belt ;D

2) Jay-Z: American Gangster.
    Come on, what was so dope about it?

3) Nas - most of the stuff after I Am.

4) 50 Cent - C.U.R.T.I.S

5) Jin - Shoot, i don't even remember the name of the album, that's how bad it was.The one with 'Y'all gon' learn Chinese'.

Chief Rocka - Open Mic / @Tate
« on: July 18, 2008, 04:02:55 PM »

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