Thursday, June 28, 2012
The only appropriate question I can ask is who hasn't seen this??? LOL.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Man, this is pretty slick. Watch part one and part two. This whole episode is hilarious from the inside jokes, the randomness, everything.
Now, this is insane! When did R. Les get so G'd up?! LOL. He killed his verse, though!
If you know about DJ Scratch, you know he ALWAYS holds it down when it comes to doing tributes. This is no slouch either! Check it out! Make sure you check out his site Scratchvision on a regular because he drops a lot of cool gems, a lot of great videos, and the nights he gets to DJ live on livestream is incredible!
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Another one of the first documentaries I saw relating to Hip-Hop. This is great and gives some good DJ knowledge. A lot of heavy hitters in this film. If you are in the Baltimore area, and you want to have a good time on Thursday night - check out an event called M Effin Thursdays:
This is what some people call the B-boy bible. It would go so far as saying that. However, it does give you some pretty good preliminary knowledge of how b-boying came about. This was my first major introduction into the b-boy culture. When I saw this movie, it made me really realize that this is what I wanted to do, not necessarily as a way to make money. It was a really good way to express myself, use my creativity, and break me out of my shell as a person. I've written down some b-boy history on Hubpages, you should check that out, too!
Michael Jackson was a straight up legend. Plain and simple. The way he touched the heart of billions is something you can never take away. There are people that say people die, don't grieve over them. I can understand that people die, but when they are gone a little too soon and they have an impact on billions of people and you know they've affected your life in more ways than one - how can you say something like that? I'm just keeping it all the way real. I can remember being really young and really loving all of those 90s MJ hits. Well, late 80s to 90s hits. I remember trying to do the backslide (MJ called it the moonwalk which he learned from Jeffrey Daniels) and getting my socks all dirty and what not. Those were some good times, indeed. Here I've posted my favorite MJ album of all time: Off the Wall. Incredible, incredible songs. You talking MJ at his prime right here. Peep it! Click the picture above to purchase the album!