Somehow, YN’s Flip Cam found its way into Dukie Hamilton’s set at SXSW. Before kickin’ a freestyle, Duk’ informs the crowd that he has a new girlfriend. He’s then handed a cell phone and presumably places a call to… Rihanna? Hmm. I dont know about you, but my spidey senses are tingling.
I still can’t believe there’s really a rapper named OJ Da Juiceman. He betta be a killa. Speaking of which, did Cam show up for this? I’d be shocked if he did. Giles has always been on some, now you see him, now you don’t shit.
I got an announcement: Your upcoming album has no buzz. Nobody cares! This kid needs guidance. SMH.
God. Damn. Rhymefest recently sat down with blog roll occupant, Karen Civil and ripped Dukie Hamilton a new one.
“This is hip-hop. This ain’t for bitch niggas. This ain’t for bitch bitches. This ain’t for pussies. This is hip-hop. If you say something about somebody or to a muthafucka, be ready to respond.”
“I am a man. I’m a not a little cutesy muthafucka with smedium sweaters. I’m not a hipster. I’m fuckin’ hip-hop. I am hip-hop. I am Wu-Tang, I am Chuck D, I am LL Cool J. I’m El Che. I am Rhymefest. I am not, the guy that sells headphones at the Mac store. That is not me.”
Who Got The Props? Karen Civil
In the April issue of U.K.-based magazine, Mixmag, Sean talks about
going outside his element experimenting with new wave sounds for his upcoming album, Last Train To Paris. Here’s an excerpt of the interview.