Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Rap It Up B

As 2009 nine closes out, I'll leave it to my boy SKILLZ to send it out with style as usual.

Monday, December 28, 2009

Bah Bah Black Sheep

Here we have the Nike "Wool" Dunk Hi Premium. As the rumor goes the pattern is based off the Bill Cosby Character Dr. Huxtable's sweater. The shoe is apparently being released over seas now, and will be available in the U.S. for spring of 2010... pudding pops sold seperately.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

RPS life

Get to Rock Paper Scissors on the hill tonight for their party in support of the midnight release of the Jordan XI Space Jams. Party starts at 9 and will run till 1a.m. or so. Free beer, sneakers, dj hero, free beer, music and free beer. Get there before my pants come off, mention this post and I'll buy you a free beer.

Shabazz Boutiques

One of my absolute favorite photographers Jamel Shabazz has signed on to do a run of tee shirts with Sedgwic and Cedar. For those that are getting tired of the photo tee, its time to re-think. These are a must have for any hip hop head and are available at the S&C website. Here's to hoping he uses the photo he took of me and my boy Eddie!


The sexiest bitch I know

just saying

Monday, December 21, 2009


Three of my favorite people in the town, that just so happen to be creative geniuses, are back at it again. OC Notes and Thee Satisfaction have just put this shiny present under your tree, for free. This is some holiday music I can get down with.

Peep it at:

A Button B Button

They Live! coming atcha with some serious good tidings. This is a joint off the new THEY LA SOUL ep droppin for FREE this Thursday Christmas Eve.

They Live! - Serve You (Download)

Thursday, December 17, 2009


So I'm a tad late to the party. This EP is fantastic. Some great local music from two standup individuals. Peep it and feel free to donate to the cause.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Why, Yes. Yes I do.

So the Blakroc album is great. If you haven't heard it yet, go to your nearest record store immediately.

I am actually posting about this t-shirt, which might be the best line to sum up the whole project and one of my favorite band/music related t-shirts in a long time. We have all heard some aspiring rapper ask us if we "fuck with hip hop" out on the street somewhere. Here we have the tables beinb turned by the Black Keys and Dame Dash. They went up to the prominent hip hop artists of the day and posed this question.

We all know the answer.

Cop the album and this t-shirt from the Blakroc site.

The Ecstatic x Taxi

New Videos from Mighty Mos.

MOS DEF "Ecstatic" from nabil elderkin on Vimeo.

Title track from The Ecstatic. This is in my top 5 albums of 2009. List being compiled as I watch this. So good to see the boogieman make a comeback this year. He seems hungry again musically. He made me wondering for a while, with the handful of sloppy shows and schizophrenic releases I've encountered the past few years. But Mos is back in a big way in 2009. Couldn't be happier.

Ski feat. Mos Def-Taxi from Creative Control on Vimeo.

Video of Black Dante and Ski Beatz working on a cut for Ski's upcoming production album. If you didn't already know, ski was an integral part of some of my personal favorite hip hop records of all time: Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt ("Dead Presidents," "22 Two's", "Politics as Usual," and "Feelin' It") as well as producing Camp Lo's classic Uptown Saturday Night in it's entirity. This might be one of my top albums of 2010. We'll just have to wait and find out.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Nite Funk

Nite Funk is a collaboration between future funk maestro Dam-Funk and songstress Nite Jewel that was brought to fruition for an ongoing XLR8R series called Tune in an afternoon. Apparently they recruit two LA based artist and find a way to get them to create a song in one day. It's great to know that such a kick ass idea can yield an equally kick ass song. Some straight up baby making music.

Who knows if a full length album could spring from this, but as it stands right now my guy Dam-Funk can do no wrong.

Peep the video:

And the song:

"Am I gonna make it"

via: XLR8R

Monday, December 7, 2009

Air Griffey Max (Grey/Silver/Blue)

Welcome back Junior...again. Already looking forward to baseball season (spring) with this freezing ass cold weather. Here is the newest colorway of the Air Griffey Max, and it is probably my favorite so far. Peep game.

Via: Sneakerfiles

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Just Press #GO

My partner in crime DJ Swervewon put together a nice little mix of some of the acts that will be gracing the stage at the Crocodile for GO! MACHINE this weekend. Peep the mix below and be sure to cop those 2 day passes.

Download it right HERE for free.

Catch senor Swerve raging with the machine Saturday, December 5th.


1. Victim Of The Modern Age- Champagne Champagne feat. Fences
2. Gangsta - Fatal Lucciauno
3. Love In A Strange World- Mad Rad
4. You're On - P Smoov feat. Grynch
5. I Just Wanna Beat- The Physics
6. This Is That Fire- Spaceman
7. Snow Motion (For Tyrone)- Thee Satisfaction
8. Rainwater- Hella Dope
9. And We Danced- Macklemore
10. Meth Heads (File Jerks Remix)- They Live
11. Bedroom- Fresh Espresso
12. Fast Rap- Katie Kate

Embeded in Japan with Mos Def

A full hour episode of Current TV's series Embeded featuring Black Dante himself as he tours through Japan.

THE Cypher

Mos Def x Black Thought x Eminem x DJ Premier

at the 2009 BET Hip Hop Awards.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


I must have been snoozing cause I am a huge Foreign Exchange stan, and never knew they put out videos. Well, I went straight to their Vimeo site and found all of them for your viewing enjoyment.

They are best viewed in sequence, just like the latest ep progresses.

The Foreign Exchange feat. Muhsinah - "Daykeeper" from The Foreign Exchange on Vimeo.

The Foreign Exchange feat. Darien Brockington - "Take Off The Blues" from The Foreign Exchange on Vimeo.

The Foreign Exchange feat. Muhsinah - "House Of Cards" from The Foreign Exchange on Vimeo.

The Foreign Exchange - ''I Wanna Know'' from The Foreign Exchange on Vimeo.

Dam That's Funky

So my favorite artist of 2009 is none other than Dam-Funk. This is probably not all that surprising to those that know me and my musical tastes, but something about this record just puts me in the best mood. Those raw synths and classic drum hits are like the musical equivalent to a fat blunt. No matter how bad your day is, one hit and you feel better in no time. All sweeping full length instrumentals that epitomize what the great Roger Troutman said on his first funk single back in the mid-80s: More Bounce to the Ounce.

With that being said, Mr. Funk hit his twitter followers yesterday with 5 unreleased gems that he had in the vaults. They are all pretty unique, and one is even a ripped grimy tape recording from 1991. This guy can do no wrong, and I can't wait for him to bring his live set to Seattle.

Get those unreleased tracks below:

DAM-FUNK - Twitter Funk

You can now pre order the 5lp collectors set of Toeachizown, Dam-Funk's magnum funk opus at Stones Throw Online. It was delayed for production reasons but should be shipping out early 2010. The packaging is just nasty. I'm broke, but I might have to find a way to cop this.

D. Black - Yesterday

New video from D. Black of Seattle's own Sportn' Life Records. This cut is off his sophomore release "Ali'Ya" which is an amazing record. This man's positivity, wisdom and optimism are something I wish we had more of in hip hop music. A true role model and let's face it...dude can rap his ass off.

Monday, November 30, 2009

That New New

Well, there is just SO MUCH NEW GOOD LOCAL MUSIC dropping right now so I thought I would put you on to some of the goodness. And by the way, it's all FREE. Here is the latest and greatest from some of the town's finest representatives:

The SOTA boys channel their month long jaunt in LA into a short, sweet and focused 3 track EP named after the ultimate Californicator.

Everyone's favorite martians Thee Satisfaction join one of the town's most dedicated and prolific producers (Read: Lab Rat) O.C. Notes for a jazzy, cooled out jam that makes me want to lick my fingers.

Onry Ozborn's newest project, with a brand new name to confuse you. Don't sleep tho, the man that brought you The Gigantics has done it again. This album is available for free download on their myspace and will garner some heavy rotations.

Phee Dill has a really dope production style that is very Northwest, very Seattle. Lots of chill chops and jazzy samples looped with care that have served many local acts well, including one of my favorites The Physics. Here he is collaborating with Fresh Espresso's Rick Rude and the results are definitely not juvenile. Grown Folks only.

If you haven't heard of HellaDope by now, I feel sorry for you. Rapper/singer Jerm teams up with soon to be super-producer/rapper TaySean to produce some of the dopest (hence the name) cuts that the greater King County area has ever seen. Equal parts West Coast bounce, Detroit groove, and Northwest fresh, with a little space dust sprinkled in the mix... they have a unique vibe that is perfect party music for any day of the week.

A Fresh Dose of Smoovy Baby

So a couple things for that ass on this fine Monday afternoon. Fresh Espresso just released an EXCELLENT new video for their non-discriminatory ode to the ladies "Big or Small." The overall quality of the video is impressive along with the hilarious cameos and Radjaw spinning in a convenience store fridge. Love this cut and the video makes me wanna go put this cd on and let it go the distance.

Also, P Smoov (producer/singer/rapper in Mad Rad and Fresh Espresso) leaked the new song he did with Grynch that you might have gotten a taste of on the Face Scrunchers mix he released a week ago today. Peep this joint, and prepare for a little face wrinklage.

You're On Feat GRYNCH by psmoov

You can go see all parties involved at GO MACHINE this weekend.

Pass GO, Pay Only $20

So, Seattle. You have heard some of the new music coming out of your local area code lately but aren't sure what to make of it all?

Well lucky for you, for a measly $20 (!*$#*%) you can go see Seattle hip hop Woodstock GO! MACHINE this weekend. Two solid nights of nothing but local hip hop acts that you can classify as "factors." If you thought the spread on your Thanksgiving table was impressive, this weekend-long shit show of a party boasts the best local lineup for the least amount of money in the history of Seattle music. Bang > Buck.

Peep the lineups above and get your TICKETS HERE.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


This time of year is all about looking within yourself. A time when we brush aside the day to day hustle, bustle and grind of life in the 21st century to take a deep breath and do some serious soul searching. Instead of concentrating on everything we need, or how everything should be, concentrate on what we have and how fortunate we really are.

This year I am feeling considerably more thankful than I have in the past. I'm reaching the end of what I would consider a successful year, and even though things could always be better the good has outweighed the bad. I did lose my Grandmother and have had some other painful moments that have tested me in various ways, but when I look at the big picture I am incredibly fortunate. I could list all the things I am thankful for, but that would be long winded and boring to read. What I will do is tell you what I am most thankful for. Being that this is a music blog first and everything else second, I would like to give thanks to the one constant I have had in my life since my first memory. The one thing in this world that supplies me with endless enjoyment, reflection, productivity, therapy, creativity and an income. I would like to give thanks to music and reflect on just how lucky I am that my life revolves around it, and that I have been welcomed into what I consider a huge family of incredibly talented people in the best music city in the world.

Music is my life. I can't find any other way to put it. Whether I am listening to it, creating it, playing it to large groups of people for money, buying it or pirating it, it is always on my mind. I am surrounded by it. It is my religion. I find God on a daily basis when I push the play button or get my hand stamped at a venue. I pray at the alter of the beat and beat will always save us. Music does not judge. Music does not force interpretation. Music does not think in absolutes. Music is not black or white. Music is the ultimate gray area. It taps into that part of the brain that is not mapped, the last undiscovered frontier. It has such a direct correlation to mood, feelings, energy and affects your state of being in such a way, it makes you feel more human. More alive.

The fact that my life and existence can be summed up in one word can be viewed as an accomplishment in my book. I found something I was good at and loved doing and stuck with it. So many people hate what they do, or live such cut and dry repetitive daily lives that they become numb to the simple things that make life worth living. I remember years ago going to see my dad's acupuncturist and she told that my aura radiated music. She asked if I did anything that related to music and I told her that because of my love of music I was considering becoming a dj (it was a long time ago). I was kind of shocked that she could tell me that since she never met me before, but it just flowed out of me at the time. Since then, what was once a stream has become a raging river. So, I am incredibly thankful that I have such a connection to it, have it as an outlet, and use it as a form of natural drug. I mean creating a beat or rocking a crowd gives me such a natural high that borders on orgasmic at times. It's hard to explain to those that don't get it immediately. Some understand. Some will not.

All that being said, I am incredibly fortunate to be in my position and be doing what I love in such an amazing city. Fuck what you heard. Seattle is the musical capital of the world. There are so many creative people in this town and we are reaching a point where supporting each other and friendly competition are replacing the old guard of jealousy, conflict, disconnectedness and downright "hating." The cream is rising to the top right now and it is such an amazing thing to be a part of. We have tried to bring artists together with our weekly Jet Set night on Mondays and Members Only functions once a month, and as it stands right now I think we have succeeded far beyond our wildest dreams.

Seattle is on the verge of something special. I can't really tell you exactly what, but everyone can feel it. I sense that we will all be telling our grandkids about the summer of 2009 and when everything began to fall into place. To be here at this point and time. To be a member of an amazing music scene. To be an active part of this golden age that we are embarking upon really puts things into perspective for me. Throughout all the bumps and bruises and rough patches, I can look at myself in the mirror and feel like I am where exactly where I should be, doing exactly what I need to be doing.

And for that I am thankful.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Chicken & Fries

This new song by Clipse and Pharrell has me looking to make a chiropractor appointment. I mean really? The beat is disgusting, the content is hilarious (dipset!), and they shoot it at a Popeye's? I mean daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaymn I'm gonna have to go get me some of that goodness when I'm in Portland this week.

Popeye's stock just went up.


P Smoov has decided to clear out his hard drive and make a mixtape of nothing but pure face-altering slaps. The mix does not disappoint. My face hurts.

It's not your average beat tape.

Go over to the Out For Stardom blog and get it for $free.99

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Getcho Soul Togetha

...Every Saturday @ the JUJU.

Neight1000, Fourcolorzack and myself will be bringing you the best in funk, soul, hiphop, dancehall, rock, and whatever else we feel like. The JUJU will be an oasis of good music in the land of drunken sorority girl if you need a break from the same ol thang, this is it.

Hope to see some of y'all gettin down with us to that good shit.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

New Saadiq Vid and 206 Tour Stop

Here is the shiny new video for the cut "Staying in Love" from my number one man crush Raphael Saadiq.

If you have been living under a rock for the last year, Saadiq has an album out called The Way I See It that is the best thing to happen to eardrums since perhaps the beginning of time, or at least the spoken word. If you came out from your hiding place in the last couple months, you may or may not know that he is about to embark on another tour this Monday starting off in Seattle (O HAI!) and will be graced by the best opening act of all time...Janelle Monae (the tour lists her on the bill, but the showbox website does not?? hmmmmmmmm). I am madly in love with both of them and not ashamed to say so at all.

So get your ass in gear and watch the vid, then go get tickets at the Showbox Website. Honestly don't get them online. TicketBASTARD will change you up the wazzoo. Go to Fred Meyer or the Showbox box office and avoid paying an extra $10 a ticket.

Shades of Blue

Italian graffiti artist Blu is at it again, this time in Columbia. This is one of my absolute favorite artists, here using his giant pieces to make social commentary on both global banking policies as well as war.

For more on Blu check here

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

THE WAR ROOM: In Memoriam

Kind of strange to see such a high profile bar go down right when we elect a brand spankin new nightlife friendly mayor AND city attorney, but I'm not close to the situation so I'll let co-owner Marcus Lalario tell it like it is.

"With so many issues still facing nightlife, we're ready to move on. The liquor tax increase, mounting pressures from the City and State helped us make the decision...We feel like we've had a good run at it."

A good run at it? Man I went "N" at the War Room. 2080's back when Scene was still in town. Yo Son! and the sweat box that was the Red Bull Big Tune Battles. Spinnin the rooftop on summer weekends. Jake One's record release party. Cancer Rising's debut album release party...where I first met Macklemore and Larry. And so many more nights. It was a fun spot and the place to be more often than not.

It will be missed and I hope this doesn't become a trend. Washington has some of the WORST liquor laws and restrictions in the US and they keep raising 'sin' taxes and making it harder and harder for the places I frequent and spin at to stay afloat. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that calmer waters are ahead with the recent election results, but damn this one is gonna sting for a while.


Friday, November 6, 2009

Late Pass

... if you aren't already hip to Shabazz Palaces. Although the groups release was shrouded in secrecy, it is now known that it is a Seattle based side project of Ishmael "Butterfly" Butler; we've Also come to find out the group consists of Tendai and Silk as well. Either way this is one of the most mind blowing projects to come out of Seattle in a while, and deserves some recognition.

Peep Game!

Shabazz Palaces - "Belhaven Meridian" [OFFICIAL] from Kahlil Joseph on Vimeo.

One Party I Wish I Didn't Miss

Today Hypebeast released footage from the Bobbito X Pro-Keds sneaker release party. Lots a head's and lots a sneakers. Wished I could've seen more than just second hand footage.

Bobbito X Pro Keds Event : The Royal Master release party from PK09 on Vimeo.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

You NEED to See This Video

Raheem DeVaughn - Bulletproof (feat. Ludacris)

A great song deserves a great video and this companion to Raheem DeVaugn's single "Bulletproof," off his upcoming debut album The Love & War MasterPeace, is more than worthy. I stumbled upon it watching VH1 Soul earlier tonight and it gave me chills. It's nice to see someone take the natural combination of music and message back to where soul was in the 60s and 70s, but use today's mediums to make an even bigger emotional impact. A music video that calls upon the audience to...God forbid...think.

The message is important. The song is reminiscent of some vintage Curtis Mayfield. Luda is the prefect example of a featured artist, playing a finely tuned second fiddle to a song already has enough parts to be successful. And the video ties it all together. Bravo.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

It's A Celebration Bitches

2009 is the 20th anniversary of the release of the first Reebok Pump.

I must say I am a fiend for all things swoosh, but I do have a pair of pumps and they are possibly the most comfortable sneaks I own. I have always been a fan of the look and fit of the pumps, but one thing Reebok does not do well is colorways. These simple black/white/orange kicks are super filthy, yet for some reason Reebok sticks to easter pastel and neon themes that make me want to pump my eyes straight out of my face.

Hey Reebok, stick to simple colorways and classic retros and I (along with lots of other sneaker heads) will buy them. Kthx

Anywho....check out this fancy schmancy website they set up to commemorate: and look forward to some collabs with sneakershops around the US hitting shelves Nov 20th.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

"If you can catch me I'm not doing my job"

Can you own a sound? As hip-hop rose from the streets of New York to become a multibillion-dollar industry, artists such as Public Enemy and De La Soul began reusing parts of previously recorded music for their songs. But when record company lawyers got involved everything changed. Years before people started downloading and remixing music, hip-hop sampling sparked a debate about copyright, creativity and technological change that still rages today.

This looks really interesting and informative. As a dj and a producer, these questions are always in my mind when dealing with other peoples music. Be sure to check it our on PBS in January and check out the website.

via: Last Night's Mixtape

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

RZA in the Studio With the Black Keys

Very, very excited for this project. I have been a huge fan of the Black Keys stripped down blues sound since I first heard them on the radio and thought they were a trio old southern black men.

Blakroc will be hitting shelves Nov 27th AKA Black Friday.

Sneaker Fiend? There's an App for That Too!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Death of the Ego

This is an excellent short film brought to you by Kanye West and Spike Jonze. It's incredibly personal. You can really see the feelings behind it and the symbolism being portrayed.

I like Kanye and even though he can be a huge self absorbed prick, you have to admit this guy has had a rough year. Let's hope this is the start of 'Ye really getting his shit together and dealing with some of those problems. You can tell by this video that he wants to.

"We Were Once A Fairytale" - Kanye West Dir: Spike Jonze from Yooj‽ - Recording Live From No on Vimeo.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

TERROR at 2308!!!!

Members Only is at it again! This time out to torture and terrorize those that think they know Seattle night life. For those who follow we're coming to you from a new location for a very special Halloween party. This time we're bringing you a costume party at Gallery 2308 as always with the best in Seattle Hip-Hop and DJs. Cloud Nice//Spaceman//Inastate with residents djs 100 proof//Swervewon//J OHM. If you know, you know, and if you don't you're missing out.

As always: 11-4: BYOB: $8 cover

"This Gon' Be A Special One Tonight!!!"

Ok, so Hov officially MURDERED it at the Key last night. The crowd was in a frenzy even before he took the stage, and when the countdown hit zero the chants of "Hova! Hova! Hova!" were deafening. When he finally rose up from under the stage...pure insanity. He knew that it had been too long since he had been in the great NW and immediately declared "This is gonna be a special one tonight!" with a grin from ear to ear.

He laced the crowd with classics and new joints for over an hour and a half and every paying customer got their money's worth to the penny. He jumped off with "Run this Town" and went straight into "DOA." The live band came through perfectly on these cuts and the whole stage show was really quite simple but executed perfectly. The towering video screens had some real stunning visuals, especially during "Empire State of Mind" when it turned into the New York city skyline.

He went through classics from BP1 like "HOVA" and "Ain't No Love," Vol. 2 "Can I Get A" and "Hard Knock Life," Vol. 3 "Big Pimpin" and the Black Album "PSA" "Lucifer" and "Encore." That is just scratching the surface.

Suprisingly, some of my favorite performances were from BP3. I am not the biggest fan of this record in it's entirety, but 50% of it is damn good listening and he picked the choice ones. "Empire State of Mind" "Already Home" "Thank You" and especially "On to the Next One" seriously brought the crowd to a whole nother stratosphere and I was going dummy. Swizz Beatz is a fool for that one.

The show was such a great experience 'cause I have never seen Jay, and this was his first time back in Seattle in 10 years. Not to mention he is the greatest living wordsmith and has a catalog that would have allowed him to perform hits well into next week. He was flawless on the mic. His set list was perfect (besides not having a single song from American Gangster). The band added a great element and didn't overdo the instrumentals. The video screen was original and complimented his set perfectly. And the final element that really brought it all together was the vibe in the building. It was ALL LOVE. The crowd was into it from minute one and didn't stop screaming or put their diamonds down for the entire show.

Cheers to Hova for putting on a very memorable performance that was equal parts entertainment and pure musicianship. ON TO THE NEXT ONE!

You Want Some? Go Get Some!

It's right HERE. It's right HERE... at the Winner's Circle Blog. Go pour yourself some of that new Fresh Espresso! Super duper fresh way to start my Sunday morning.

Plus, check out the video for the "Something New Remix"

Saturday, October 17, 2009

We Are All Witnesses...

To the illest of all the sneakers from the Nike LeBron signature shoe line, the Air Max Lebron VII. I love the colorway. Loving the full air max unit and the materials they used. If I were an avid hooper I would be sportin these all day.

via: sneakerfiles

Wednesday, October 14, 2009


James "TalkSick" Sullivan

RIP to a local hip hop historian, truth speaker and lover of this music. We miss you and will always remember your passion, opinions and beliefs. Thoughts and prayers are with his family.

I got to know TalkSick over the past few years in the Seattle hip hop scene. No one was more educated in the art of hip hop than this man. He knew every word to every golden era joint I would drop, and we would go on and on about hip hop music, where it has been and where it is going. We didn't always see eye to eye, because he was a self proclaimed hip hop dinosaur, but he always spoke his mind and that is something this world needs more of. You were a valuable addition to the scene and culture, and a great friend.


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Grynch - Chemistry 1.5

Support my dude Grynch and peep the new project! Here is what the internets have to say about Chemistry 1.5:

Coming off the popularity and acclaim for the free download project entitled the Chemistry EP, as well as a cover feature in Billboard Magazine, fast rising Seattle emcee Grynch has released an expanded version of the project, aptly dubbed Chemistry 1.5. Available today, October 6, 2009, this expanded version is available online through iTunes, Amazon MP3 and in stores such as Easy
Street Records and Sonic Boom Records in Seattle.
Chemistry 1.5 includes four unreleased tracks in addition to the ones already found on the Chemistry EP. These tracks include the remix for "You Know Me" featuring the late J Dilla's brother Illa J alongside Grynch and RA Scion, as well as "Work", a song which finds Grynch teaming up with JFK of Grayskul and up and coming Sportn' Life Records artist Spaceman. Also included is another unreleased track entitled "Gambling Story" along with a remix to the title track, "Chemistry", produced by Seattle hip-hop staple D-Sane and featuring One Be Lo.

Grynch will be performing alongside Grayskul, They Live!, Fresh Espresso, Clockwork and DJ Darwin at The Crocodile on Thursday October 8th and has started work on the much anticipated follow-up to his full length CD My Second Wind, as well as more projects to come in the near future.

For more information, contact:


This beauty is the Nike Sweet Classic High. I like the route Nike went with these. The Chuck Taylor vs. Blazer vibe is working and they look like they could handle the long, rainy months ahead. You can find these online now for about $70.

Via: Sneakerfiles

Monday, October 5, 2009

M.E.T.H.O.Damn Man

Your boy Mr. Meth was arraigned today on counts of tax evasion in the range of $33,000. If found guilty on some of the more serious charges Meth could spend as much as 4 years in Jail. "I never opened [the tax department's] letters," he told NY Daily News in March. "So this is how the tax man came to Meth's house and took his truck. Not because I was broke! I got plenty of money." In response to the seizure of his Lincoln Navigator. The Staten Island District Attorney in charge of the case looks to show no lenience, and make and example of the New York born Rapper. Good Luck Meth, pay your bills and I'll be pullin for ya!