Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Mick Boogie & Terry Urban present: The Great American Mixtape Side B

World, meet Anatomy Magazine’s Great American Mixtape: Side B, by Mick Boogie & Terry Urban. This side, in contrast to The Hood Internet release, features America’s favorite rock hits translated into block rockin’ hip-hop tracks ready to kick a hole in your speakers and your perception of the genre. That is because Side B of the Great American Mixtape does something that no other mixtape has done before: It truly cross pollinates rock music artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Guns and Roses, The Doors and Led Zeppelin with hip hop into one comprehensive and radiant piece of work with thought provoking soundscapes that reveal everything that the hip-hop genre can be.

Big Boi and The Roots- Shutterbug Live

I almost like this version better.....Big Boi performing shutterbug with the help of the Legendary Roots Crew on the Jimmy Kimmel Show.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Boondocks: The Lovely Ebony Brown

Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny

If yall werent able to catch this, here is Kevin Hart's new comedy central stand up special. Funny ass lil man.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Super High (Sativa Remix) Video

I highly suggest you fullscreen this and crank it ALL the way up.....

Friday, July 9, 2010

OutasightxLRGxClosed SessionsxSoundscape RecordingsNaledge of Kidz in the HallxRuby Hornet

LRG, Soundscape Recordings, and Ruby Hornet team up to bring us a nice little video about Brooklyn emcee Outasight's little trip to the windy city where he teamed up with Naledge (from Kidz in the Hall, one of my favorite groups) to bring us one of the best tracks that will come out this summer. Same production that gave us one of the dopest mixtapes this year, Closed Sessions Vol. 1, btw, which if you don't have, you need to cop in a hurry. So check out the video and please click on the link to download the song for FREE.

Closed Sessions: Outasight Edition from Ruby Hornet on Vimeo.


Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Rick Ross - Super High Remix Ft. Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y

You know Rick Ross is my boy. Deeper Than Rap, his last studio album, was in the car all summer last year. So any thing Ross, to me is worth a download, or at least a listen.