Azealia Banks Speaks The Raw And Real On Grand Hustle Family, T.I., Iggy Azalea, Black Music And More (Video)
I honestly don’t know much about Azealia Banks’ music, but I’ve seen her commentary on twitter about quite a number of things & I’ve often retweeted a few things she said on social media that proved to me that she’s wise & aware beyond her 23 years. When I saw everyone talking about her recent interview it piqued my interest to see what the fuss was about. After watching this interview I’m more of a fan of Azealia Banks the person even though I’m not too familiar with her music.
Picture the concert of your dreams. You’re getting live at, like, a Big Daddy Kane concert. Scoob and Scrap and The K-A-N-E go in for the dance break. And that’s IT! You gotta hop on stage and join in…
AND KA-POW! You get BATMAN punched – and KNOCKED THE *EFF* OUT!
Kane said that’s not hypothetical. That happened. Uh ohhhh… (watch).
When you get hit with a bid, it’s about getting it together before you go in. Well, if you are a millionaire hedge fund manager like James (Will Ferrell) – about to do time in San Quentin – you have money. So, it’s not a “credit” problem you’d have; it’s a “cred” problem. But who can a guy like James turn to to get his “cred” up? How about Darnell (Kevin Hart)?
Hilarity ensues as Darnell helps James to “Get Hard” so he can…
(What? Why do y’all keep saying “pause” maaaan? Hahahaaaaa. Watch the damn trailer ya pervy ‘phobes.)
How about that. “Top Five” is in the top five highest grossing films at the box office. Talk of Tinsel Town to be certain. Here we have Chris Rock talking with the gang at ESPN’s First Take about the movie, some favorite athletes, use of the n-word and more. Made a quick pass at the lovely co-host, too. Ha! Chris ain’t slick…
The brother Fabolous is known for being creative with the words and his latest creation is “Lituation” . The term “Lituation” means an Escalated Situation we posted the audio for this track previously (Click Here) he has now provided visuals. If the scenes in the video are familiar well it is inspired by the Gangster Cult Classic King of New York featuring Christopher Walken. F-A-B-O reenacts some of the classic scenes from the movie enjoy!
Ever find yourself wishing that the real emcees and deejays would stand the f#ck up and take Hip-Hop back to the path it’s supposed to be on. If you ran across such an emcee, such a deejay, would you be ready to pass out from the head nodding. Well strap in true believer. We’re taking this whole sh!t back to ’92 with DJ Premier, Royce Da 5’9 and “PRhyme Time” (off that new PRhyme LP; out now).
It’s good to see famous rap fathers who have children that are excelling & working to making a name for themselves in other areas besides the music industry. We posted a story about 50 Cent’s son, Marquise Jackson, representing in Atlanta playing high school basketball & it’s been known for minute that Snoop Dogg has a son that is excelling in high school football. Snoop’s son, Cordell Broadus, is considered of the top high school wide receivers in the country. The 6-2 192 pound wide receiver hasn’t declared which school he’ll be attending & he’s being courted heavily by various schools around the country such as Arizona State (where he’s taken a visit already), Florida State, LSU, Notre Dame, USC, Baylor, UCLA, & Duke among others. ESPN documented Snoop Dogg & his son in a 5-part series called ‘Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream’ that’s set to premier on ESPN Wednesday January 14th at 7pm EST.
How can the thing you love be so… annoying?
He quit his gig as a teacher. That was easy. Life as a worthwhile, fulfilled rap artist (as Mega Ran)… not so much. The lyrical heat driving that fire within needed an outlet. Hence, “Venting” (produced by El Huervo). The song comes from the EP “A Gamers Anthem” with Detroit’s Mega Ran (aka Random) and The Regiment.
@ArtByOdell’s write-up on “I feel ya” and the Art Basel expo is good reading. You should do that soon (if you have not already). “I feel ya” is on tour, and we have the Miami stop here. Check out the sit-down chat between SCAD president and founder Paula Wallace and André 3K above. Video of a related panel discussion after the jump.
You read the title. It brought you here. A hundred orgasms a day…debilitating???
It is unbelievable, but the video segment above will help you believe…and understand. But before you completely understand, your disbelief may give way to a couple of chuckles. You’re human, and this is a very strange thing. One that will likely make you uncomfortable and maybe frighten you a bit; a real example of too-much-of-a-good thing made all too real. It is not good.
Read on. Meet Dale. Try to understand.
A heartbroken man suffers from 100 orgasms each day – but does not enjoy a single one. Dale Decker is the first man to ever speak publicly about Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome – a condition he developed in September 2012 when he slipped a disc in his back while getting out of a chair. On his way to the hospital he suffered his first five orgasms and has been given no respite from them since. The painful pelvic episodes have left him housebound and isolated through fear of suffering a public orgasm. Dale lives in Two Rivers, Wisconsin with his wife April and two sons Christian, 12 and Tayten, 11. While she does everything she can to support him, April, 33 is finding Dale’s condition just as hard to live with as he is. The horrific condition has cost Dale many of his friends and the relationship he shares with his sons has also been affected. Despite suffering from a near constant erection Dale and April rarely have sex.
Kurupt originally spit the “King of NY” line on the 2010 track “Get Bizy,” which also featured verses from Kendrick, Terrace Martin, and Bad Lucc. When asked about the meaning behind his original line, Kurupt replied, “That means I’m the f**king worst, and that’s all it meant.” Shortly after giving an explanation behind his line, Kurupt went off over how quick New Yorkers are to get offended by any line that mentions their city.
He explained that “King of New York,” is actually “a f**king movie” from 1990 about a drug lord named Frank White who returns from prison to take control of his streets once again. Kurupt is extremely angry by how quickly New Yorkers are to jump to the conclusion that anything mentioned about their city is a diss of some kind. He emphasized that there is no problem between the West Coast and New York, and that every state within the United States is ultimately a part of a family.
He did, however, state that if anything were to happen to Kendrick, or anyone else from the West Coast, that there would certainly be severe repercussions, but ultimately it is New York who is always quick to ignite drama between the two coasts even when the West has no intention of starting problems.”
Looks like the Fight everyone has wanted might happen. Mayweather has challenged Pacquiao to make the fight happen May 2nd 2015. Well since the last time they tried to make this fight happen Pac-Man has lost two fights so some of the luster is gone. Regardless this would be a blockbuster draw for Pay Per View. Check out what our friends over at BeatsBoxingMayhem have to say about it!
As you may have heard, Atlanta based DJ Dug Boogie’s wife, Linett Wilder lost her battle with Lupus on Tuesday. The hip hop community is coming together to raise some funds to help Dug & his children through this difficult time.
On Tuesday December 23rd, there will be a benefit concert at the Apache Cafe in Atlanta
DJ Gee Supreme
Hosted by Fort Knox
We are suggesting a minimum of $10 donation at the door, but any support at all is greatly appreciated.
“This fundraiser is on behalf of my friend and DJ comrade Dug Boogie. Dug Boogie has been a prominent figure amongst the hip hop DJs in Atlanta and needs our help. His beloved wife Linett passed away from complications of Lupus on the morning of 12/16/14. Now what you may not know is Linett and Dug adopted Linette’s niece and nephew a few years after their mother passed away.
Now that Linett is gone, our homie Dug Boogie needs assistance for the two children that he’s become a dad to. Fortunately, he has the burial costs covered but I figured we in the hip hop community can offer some extra help to relieve some financial stress while he segways into being a single parent.”
Thanks in advance,
Here we go! Diamond District let out the whole “March On Washington (Redux)” for fresh air and a little FREEdom. What that means for you: A no-risk, no-price listen to a priceless work. We linked you the way to cop below (and before). So stream for FREE and support/purchase if you like. Oddisee, Uptown XO, and yU will appreciate Y-O-U for doing so.
Well, well. At the start of 2014, I would not have believed Waka Flocka had this in him! Pretty decent treatment of J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” beat… as a far cry from bow-bow-bow-bow. Check it out.
Damn I'm just seeing this Waka Flocka joint….. dude definitely stepped his bars up. I'm proud of him. Don't go backwards man
— Jay Force (@jayforce) December 18, 2014
Hope you been a loyal listener of the Beatz & Lyrics Show on here. If so, you already know to get geeked about this treat. Our sexy sis from the Show, returning for a second season, with her video series (drum roll)… The SamOffThaRecord Experience! Here’s the latest episode of Season 2, “Musings With My Muse.”
Hello again my kickass friends and family!!
I have released episode 2 of Season 2 of my show (The Samofftharecord Experience) and, of course, I know you’re thrilled! As you know, I’m passionate about this project mainly because I live to inspire all my fellow dream chasers and crazy people who believe in the magic of their ambitions and goals. I know that one day we will reach the masses. Until then I hope you dig this episode, share it and keep on keeping on and being the cool ass human being you are.
live create inspire,
Oops, I was racist. Black guy come herrre!
Bwaaaahahahaaaaa! I will not ruin this for you, if you have not seen these already, but get ready to watch a triple-shot of comedy the form of ‘State Farm’ commercial spoofs. Lately comedians have quipped that it’s good for a Black person to have a White friend, and for a White person to have a Black friend, to bail her/him out of troublesome situations from time-to-time. Nothing like having that kind of ‘insurance.’
I dunno what these plans cost; but they are worth it. And this commercial series… priceless!
Momma said, “My son never been no trouble…”
– Lupe Fiasco
Complex rhyming, rhythms, and rap epitomize “Madonna.” Not the singer… You better NOT think Lupe would be dropping the a single off his “Tetsuo & Youth” project (due out January 20, 2015) just about a pop star. This is that thoughtful, beautiful Fiasco work. Listen.