Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Legacy of H-Town

The mid 90s was an magical time to be a fan of R&B music. Especially during the year of 1993 when you had talented black musicians such as Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Bobby Brown, Janet Jackson, Prince and many others … Continue reading

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Inside Nas’s Book of Rhymes.

This is the 3rd installment of my series of dissecting subliminal diss records from your favorite emcees. The first two I did on Biggie and JayZ did tremendous numbers and caught alot of people’s attention. Especially since there are barbs … Continue reading

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Mike Tyson and Tupac- 2 of a Kind

Doin twenty to life in San Quentin Gettin calls from my nigga Mike Tyson, ain’t nuttin nice Tupac on It Ain’t Easy Before there were 50 Cent and Floyd Mayweather or Adrian Broner and Kendrick Lamar, There was the Mike … Continue reading

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Vic’s most underated diss records part II

This is part II of the mini saga that I started a few weeks back. Perhaps by now everybody and their mother have heard records like Ether, Takeover and Hit Em Up. What I’m doing is focusing on the hardest … Continue reading

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iLA R Sandman Panic(a mini write up)

I usually get hit up by alot of people who want me to do write ups for their music and there have been instances where I received some real good material and at times REALLY BAD, But when I heard … Continue reading

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Joey Bada$$- Summer Knights review

My first introduction to Joey Bad Ass was from when he debuted his video titled Survival Tactics early last year for his debut mixtape titled 1999. The Impression that I received was FINALLY a young NY emcee that actually SOUNDS … Continue reading

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Fat Joe The Darkside III Review

“When you go to Fat Joe Da Gangsta, I got Darkside 3 dropping at the end of this month and it’s just straight boom-bap hip-hop. I don’t even know how to explain it to you,” he said. “I think some … Continue reading

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