B.Dot On Shade 45′s All Out Show

Yours truly took over the Shade 45 airwaves yesterday on the All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear. The station’s looking to add new music, so they called on the kid to help ‘em out. My selections? Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees” and Macklemore’s “Can’t Hold Us”. Afterward, we spoke on Shyne’s review of good. kid, m.A.A.d city.

Week 2: Back for another week, I highlighted Young Jeezy’s “We Done It Again” and newcomer Deezo‘s “Deck

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  • Tev

    sup wit the russian hat

    • B.Dot

      Old picture. Winter 2011.

  • Tev

    @ B.Dot oh ok, good choice wit Money Trees I never heard Can’t Hold Us bout 2 download tho

  • DARKAQUA

    Where’s the du-ragg??? Its like Samson without his hair LOL

  • joshestes

    “i love songs about selling crack, i love that shit. i just do.”

    haha. amazing

  • YMCMB_#1STUNNA

    “He might debut number 1″

    the fuck is wrong with B-Dot? u aint heard the white girl is selling 1 mill (again)?

  • Your mother’s “friend”

    Gotta cosign eskay about that macklemore shit FOH with that shit

  • http://www.twitter.com/timleexoverdose TimLeeVAStandUp

    Thats whats up B. Dot…Grindin Jack.

  • Lantern Core

    Someone say Dominos

  • Black Shady

    damn Bdot finally grown!! no more du-rag outside the house

  • http://jdareal.com sway-z

    That’s one of my joints on the album fo sure, “That’s just how I feel….Na….Na” lol shit is hot

  • M.T

    good interview

  • StunnaMan

    GKMC is not trash, but this shit is just above average ,I dont think its a game changer or nothing.
    I agree that its gettin overhyped because of the oversaturation of trash music. I wouldnt say this album is alot better than J Cole’s debut IMO

  • suckit

    so these dudes are on radio but literally know nothing about music. give me that job. bunch of clowns. “i dont listen to new music” then gtf off radio.

  • So Icy Boi!

    fuck B.Dot. diz nigga clearly doesnt like da GOATS Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, French Montana, Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz. fuck da “lyrical” rappers! fuck aftermath! fuck Kendrick Lamar. I wanna dance and listen to club hits. hip hop is about party and fun. YMCMB and MMG are music to my ears. BRICK SQUAD! Gooch da GOAT. swag

  • Kenny’s Dominos

    ya bish

  • floridaboy

    is this dude famous??? i dnt understand

  • http://twitter.com/dzbk_ deez

    lol ^

  • Playboy69

    K.DOT new album is a CLASSIC!…FUCK ALL OTHER COAST! It’s WEST SIDE THE REAL SIDE for HIp-Hop! WEST COAST Hip-Hop ALL DAY! Go Giants!

  • Nathaniel

    the documentary ain’t no classic. sure it was dope, and it introduced us to Game with a vengeance… but TIME-wise… it’s not making it into the hip hop annals of history. illmatic, rd, blueprint, aquemini, chronic. cuban linx, college dropout. <—-classics. the documentary didn't make it. i don't know a nigga who 1. mentions that album, 2. still listens to it. doggystyle, about 20 yrs later, and it's still a fresh now as it was then. i really don't think Game's album will make it against the test of time. hell, if it weren't for his antics RIGHT NOW, nobody would remember him or that album. he could go away tomorrow, 3 yrs from now we'd forget that nigga like he was never here.

    anyway… i don't know what some niggas wanted from that kendrick album that he didn't deliver. there's never been a story in hip hop told that intricately, almost perfectly. and THIS generation… there are no albums that introspectively define it for us the way this one does. here and there, niggas are listening to it like "oh, i've heard it all before," when in reality….

    nigga you ain't never heard nothin' like this in your life. it's as new and fresh as they come. and it redefined the west coast sound. think of the residual affects this will have on the generations that come behind him, musically. he pretty much put what the west coast sound had been up to this point to rest. and there's a 2pac-like sensitivity to the people. i think some of us (b.dot) are grossly misjudging this. if we're REAL students of the culture (and the people, because they go hand in hand), all over the nation.., this album was the medicine that's been needed. time to open your eyes.

    and yes, i understand it has to age in order to be labeled classic, by definition. but calling it a "good album" is pissing off reality. if it wouldn't deserve 5 mics in a once credible source mag… what does in THIS era? waits…..

  • Scott

    He will be number 1 in rap but Taylor swift will be overall number 1

  • Nathaniel

    btw… rest assured, shit. i hate writing long posts to you niggas prolly as much as you hate reading them. ha!

  • http://twitter.com/dzbk_ deez

    @nathaniel i agree though i heard more of a “good kid” than the “m.a.a.d city” on this album though…its a good album especially when u first hear it, though i try to play the songs again in school and what not, and the songs really dont have replay value IMO yet i can still listen to illuminate by absoul any day of the week..

  • Converse

    I thought ppl said Bdot doesnt like Larmar…?

  • HateBrothaNumbaDuce

    O shyt Pookie from New Jack City LMAO…..IT KEEP CALLING!!!!

  • eyes lower than shyne record sales

    “FUCK YA OPINION THAT YA CAME WIT THATS JUS HOW I FEEL…NA

  • eyes lower than shyne record sales

    b dot u aint about that life

  • koa29

    Converse says:
    Friday, October 26 2012 at 1:21 AM EST
    I thought ppl said Bdot doesnt like Larmar…?

    ^^

    nah nigga just #thetruth on twitter

    hell, b.dot should do some of those the truth vids…would make more sense over YN

  • Cali760

    “may I have two Brian Miller please?” LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO