Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Street Fighter IV iphone/iTouch trailer

Speaks for itself =P

Street Fighter IV gameplayfor iPhone (SFIV out 2day!!)

Wow, I have to say after looking at this footage, I would not hesitate to get Street Fighter IV the iPhone/iTouch. I thought it would be a major downgrade from consoles like Xbox 360 and PS3, but I was wrong. This game looks pretty good and the speed has not been compromised, either. Check it out for yourself.

"Hustle with Russells" - Affion Crockett and Russell Simmons webseries

Yo, Affion Crockett is a straight up comedic genius. I remember seeing his spoof of Russell Simmons for the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors from last year. Really funny! Now he actually has a web-series with Russell Simmons himself. Pure dopeness. I already know this is gonna be hilarious. Here's the trailer:

BIGGIE exclusive Live at the BBQ

I know y'all have heard the original Live at the Barbeque with Main Source and Nas  but here's the BIGGIE version released in 2007. It's a very rare record - in fact, youtube shut down the mp3 when it was uploaded. Here's the footage of DJ Scratch dropping it in one of his sets. It was given to him by Diddy back in 2007. It features Notorious B.I.G. (of course), Black Rob, E-Ness (ex member of Da Band), and new upcoming emcee, Aasim. Definitely check it out. Mad dope!

Jermaine Dupri's - Living the Life

Normally, there's a new episode every week of Jermaine Dupri's living the life. Mr. 1472 makes a v-log just about certain things going on in his world whether it's a speech,  music, conference, or just random shit going on in the world. Even though his comments might be a little blunt to some, I think he definitely hits some good issues. On this particular episode, he talks about why people do the things they do (well, more like asking why..haha). Um, yeah. peep it for yourself.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Music Monday - Main Source

Aight, I haven't done this in a while on here but here is my music monday for the day: Main Source. Ok, this group might not be one of the most well known peeps nowadays but they were truly revolutionary. For one thing, they were the first Canadian via New York Hip-Hop group. It consisted of members: Large Professor (well-known producer  from Queens that produced joints for Nas, Busta Rhymes to name a few), Sir Scratch, K-Cut (both from Toronto, Canada). I have to say out of all of them - Large Professor definitely shined the most - I mean, he produced some of the illest tracks in the 90's. Definitely one of the greatest producers from the Golden Era (imho). And also, it was the first song/feature that Nas was on. It's a legendary 16 that's he is still well known for on the track called "Live from the Barbeque". 16 years old with barely a 9th grade education. It's a dayum shame when I think about how a lot of so-called "rappers/emcees" do not even have the amount of diction, wordplay, and charisma on the mic with even more of an education than Nas received. That's a dayum shame. That says a lot about this generation. Well, I won't turn this into rant.

Here are a few videos from Main Source. Definitely all classics.



Megaman 10: Chill Man poll open

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