Monday, March 28, 2011
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Libya was suddenly attacked on the birthday of the Roman Goddess of war Minerva, on March 19th 2011, by the ritual-addicted army of babylon shitstem. More than 45 innocent souls were killed. In ancient Rome, human blood sacrifice was usually made to this goddess, in a ritual of orgiastic blood-letting for the four days following her birthday annivessary.
Friday, March 18, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Check out this continuous mix featuring Jay Electronica and the original songs that were sampled for the tracks he wrecked with his lyricism. This is for educational purposes only, so enjoy and be educated.
Thanks to JAB THE FUTURE for the dope visual (cover) !!!
Radio Interview Snippet
Dear Moleskine – Jay Electronica
Free Angela – Bayete
Etrenal Sunshine – Jay Electronica
Phone Call – Jon Brion
FYI – Jay Electronica
Row – Jon Brion
Voodoo Man – Jay Electronica
Postcard – Jon Brion
Somethin’ To Hold On To – Jay Electronica
Give Me Somethin’ To Hold On to – Myrna Summers
Renaissance Man – Jay Electronica
Love Is – Common
Victory Is In My Clutches – Jay Electronica
Electrified Love – Earl Hines
Exhibit A (Transformations) – Jay Electronica
Dead Presidents – Jay Z
Exhibit C – Jay Electronica
Cross My Heart – Billy Stewart
Shiny Suit Theory – Jay Electronica, Jay Z, The Dream
Ain’t Got The Love (Of One Girl On My Mind) – The Ambassadors
Intro -Group Home
Jazzmatazz (Tribute to Guru)- Jay Electronica
J. Rizzle Presents Essence Of Jay Electronica by J. Rizzle
Friday, March 4, 2011
After some 20 years in the Rap game, it’s easy for some to forget DOOM got his start as Zev Love X in the group KMD. During an interview with TheBerrics.com, as part of his “Hip Hop History 101” series, former Tommy Boy and Elektra A&R Dante Ross recalled how DOOM used a seemingly negative situation to begin the second phase of his Hip Hop career.
“MF DOOM had already completed [KMD’s] second album,” Ross explained. “He had turned it in, and the record was rejected by the label I worked at based on the artwork. Elektra refused to put the record out, and they gave him back his masters and a check for $20,000 three months after his brother was killed.”
The now infamous cover of the album, Black Bastards, featured a Sambo figure being lynched in effigy in a game of Hangman. Ross joked that he and DOOM got drunk the day Elektra decided to part ways with him, while DOOM quipped that he should get dropped more often.
While DOOM and Subroc had a modest following due to both their own efforts and an affiliation with 3rd Bass, DOOM would essentially reinvent himself as a solo artist following a two-and-a-half year hiatus. As a soloist, DOOM had stints on both Rhymesayers, Stones Throw and secured a deal with Cartoon Network.
“He basically went on to create what is known as ‘backpack rap’ or underground rap,” Ross added. “He is probably the biggest proponent and the most recognizable figure from the Fat Beats era of post-regular, weirdo rap. It was always a marvel to me that he could take that bad blow, turn it around, and come back with a new entity and be bigger and better than ever. It’s a testament to him as a person.”