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BoonDocks; 7 Year Old Steals Car

Much love to the Boondocks sense of humor, little compares to the self-racist rants of @UNCLE_RUKUS on twitter everyday. Social satire at its best. Big BIGUPS A.McGruder!

And the Original Youtube Cult Classic:

I swear when Laterrian sleeps he snores like “BAD THINGS, BAd things, bad things…”

James Brown Mix By Cosmos Baker

Bow your head for the Godfather of Soul…

01 The Land Of Milk And Honey With James Brown by cosmobaker

New Kanye West Single “Power” Free Download here ——->

 

 

Remember these days? Fuck yeah, I know I do. And I want you to as well. Let me remind you who this dude is. He’s the dude that consistently brings chills to your heart when you hear his most recent single. I remember bumping an official College Dropout leak for the 2 weeks prior to the official release date. His music was so good I pushed to get the word out; this dude was it, this dude was the future. I rushed an album review into UCCS’ Scribe so that it would print in time for the album release.

The album was so solid, so complete, so inspiring, I used to bump it loud in my headphones on campus and look knowingly at my classmates as if to say “what I hear in my headphones now, you will soon love” His fuck you bravado to everything that ever tried to hold him down reverberated with me and inspired me in a way that so few musicians do.

For my socioeconomic demographic and generation, he was our Pac’. 2pac was looked up to for his fearless ability to stand up to all the injustices that affected people that came from the circumstances he came from: a poor family in the ghetto. Make no mistake, Kanye is the 2pac of the 2000’s: every test we thought was bullshit, every teacher that told you to sacrifice your dreams and do something that actually makes money, every level of college bureaucracy you encountered, Kanye rallied against… and Won.

Say what you want about his childish antics, his passion, his approach, but know this, this is one of the great musicians of our generation. Check his resume and sales VS anyone else and you’ll find few peers. Now check if those peers also make beats for other artists. I didn’t think so.

The ultimate test for musical greatness is what I call the “replay track test.” When you first hear this track do you play it back to back for at least 4 cycles? For me that answer is yes.

So download the track, peep it loud in your laptop speakers, and pardon Kanye for his hubris cuz he’s just that fuckin good.

Kanye West-Power

(Click and select “download” OR Click on the song in the blue box on the right and then click “download”)

 

Wax Poetics Hip Hop Issue

 

Yo a quick shoutout to all at Waxpoetics, by far the music journalistic elite in every sense of word, research included. If you’re gonna pick up one Waxpoetics issue a year, make sure its this one for real. Look for it on Barnes and Noble newsstands.

Drake X Young Jeezy- Unforgettable

 

So I’m trying REAAALLL hard not to like this motherfucker Drake, but he just keeps making it rough on me. The dude’s a jewish, Canadian rapper/singer from Toronto who used to star in Degrassi, a far cry from the gangsta rap that first broke me into rap music. But sadly this song might just have been my coup de grace for my ignorance. Not only does Drake drop ANOTHER killer, retrospective emotion driven verse, but he coaxes the best verse out of Young Jeezy in the past 4 years. However past due, I’m glad to see Young Jeezy not mail in this performance. Shits solid. One of the keywords when it comes to music is growth: personal, artistic, physical, etc) and this is growth.

So peep it, and do me a favor, listen to the whole song all the way thru.

Drake ft Young Jeezy- Unforgettable

 

Shouts: Earmilk.com

Bun B in studio

Bun Breaks it down with Rapradar.com about his upcoming album and plays a banger with Drake i can’t wait to hear. Click the jump for the full story.

Shoutouts to YN at Rapradar.com