(yeah...I'm lovin these Do The Right Thing pics)
So I was late to work Thursday morning.
See what had happened was...
I actually stayed up...well I was up and ended up watching "Now That's What I'm Talking About".
I found it to be very entertaining and informative, this coming from someone who's not the biggest fan of roundtable discussions. Paul Mooney held it down for the first thirty minutes with his usual style of hilarious wisecracks.
It's hard to say exactly what they discussed because they touched on a myriad of topics ranging from Blacks in film past & present, comedic influences.
One sharp point that they made was the idea that the current values exhibited by our generation are in complete disagreement with the Civil Right's movement, a backlash of sorts fostered by the lack of dramatic change caused by that movement.
And one of the more interesting points that was brought up by Harry Belafonte was the fact that current hip-hop has sold it's soul when the industry came shaking "a bag of thirty pieces of silver." Once the industry decided that "bitches, blunts, burners & beepers" sold better, they marketed it, promoted it and thus, we have the current state of hip-hop which has strayed from it's roots. He proceeded to drop jewels on who really controls the puppets and I might add he held back nothing lol.
He was on point.
Harry isn't like Bill Cosby.
Son has been in the trenches for decades now and recently blew Bush out the water.
Hence, I respected his opinion and semi-agree.
The question that stirred in me all day is "how do we reverse this situation?"
Either way, two more episodes are scheduled and I plan on tuning in to watch. Peep the schedule here.
I'm about ready to hop on the Lupe Fiasco bandwagon. Dude's flow is type ill and somewhat refreshing. What he lacks in vocal impression, he makes up for with lyrical ability and thoughtfulness. We put this up before but I barely listened for whatever reasons. I backtracked and gave him a more thoro listen and I must say I'm glad I did.
Fahrenheit Vols. 1 - 3
Fahrenheit 1/15 Vol I
Fahrenheit 1/15 Vol II: Revenge Of The Nerds
Fahrenheit 1/15 Vol III: A Rhyming Ape
As a little added bonus, here's an interview with the man. Good read.
This is a classic mixtape series.
Tony Touch's 50 Live MC's Vols. 1 - 3
Power Cypha: 50 Live MC's
Power Cypha #2
Power Cypha #3: The Grand Finale
Stroll on over to "The Land Of C" for some of that goodie good with a mixture of old and new. He's updated an as usual he's brought food to the table.
Last but not least, the "Pass The Smoke Challenge" has drawn to a close.
The challenge was close.
The battle was fierce.
The competitors were five...the rest of you lazy leechin bastards suck to me right about now...but later for that.
Props to the few who participated & to the winner, The Corrector, info regarding your free Rapidshare Premium account will be forthcoming shortly.
Poor Righteous Teachers - Holy Intellect 1990
Aceyalone & RJD2 - Magnificent City 1996
Project Blowed Presents the Good Brothers 2003
Raw Fusion - Live from the Styleetron 1991
Raw Fusion - Hoochified Funk 1994
Heltah Skeltah - Nocturnal
Masta Ace - Hits U Missed 2004
The Original Jazzy Jay – Cold Chillin in the Studio Live 1989
Stetsasonic - In Full Gear 1988
Guru Presents Ill Kid Records
Public Enemy - There's a Poison Goin On
MC Paul Barman - Paullelujah!
Masta Ace - Take a Look Around (1990)
Laquan - Notes of a Native Son (1990)
Chops - Virtuosity (2004)
Subtext Magazine Presents Strength (1999) - Various Artists
MF Doom Monster - Island Live Bootleg 2004
The Herbaliser - Fabric Live 26
Juggaknots - Re:Release
Anotha Level - On Anotha Level
Devin The Dude - Devin The Dude
The Lox - We Are The Streets
Q-Tip - Amplified
Organized Konfusion - Stress The Extinction Agenda
Afu Ra presents The Perverted Monks
NBA LIVE 2006 OST
Illogic Celestrial Clockwork
Killah Priest Heavy Mental
Street Military - Don't Give A Damn (EP)
Akinyele - Anakonda [EXPLICIT LYRICS]
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Pass The Smoke Challenge entries
Again, props and respect due to all those who took part. From one link to many, they were all appreciated!
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Tru Life - Tru To Life EP [Advance]
N'Dambi - Little Girl Lost Blues
Devin The Dude
RA Scion and Sabzi - Common Market
Intelligent Hoodlum -Intelligent Hoodlum
Jay-z - Bring It On: The Best Of
Mad Blunted Jazz Vols. 1 & 2
DJ Kay Slay - Down With The King 3
DJ Whoo Kid & Quan - Long Time Coming Vol. 1
Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane
50 Cent - Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
Soul Beats 3
DJ Premier - Unreleased Beats Vol. 3
Solesides' Greatest Bump
Papoose-A Threat And A Promise-(Bootleg)-2006
DJ_Kochece_Presents-Skaters_vs._Blazers_Vol._2-(Pharell Vs. Kanye Instrumentals)-2006
Eightball - Lost
N'Dambi - Tunin' up & Cosignin'
O.F.T.B - Hot One
Jack Johnson - Curious George OST
5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn
The Four Horsemen - The Horsemen Project
Kool G Rap -The Giancana Story
13 Different Bob Marley Albums
Babylon By Bus
Catch a fire
Posted by Gotty™ at 2/03/2006 11:10:00 PM