As the title suggest, this week, Cory unleashes another verbal fusillade. Run for cover.
Officer Ricky raids Neverland and brings Dungeon Family member Sleepy Brown along for the ride.
Last night, Maino reluctantly revealed to the gals of Shade 45′s Lip Service, that he has a reality show in the can. Get cha
tape decks DVR’s ready.
Curtis tells MTV that when it comes to producing a mixtape or writing a remix, it’s as easy as Sunday morning.
“Mister Cee plays a lot of that music still. I had Cee send me a CD
that he thought would be hot to hear. Production-wise, I wanted them to
still feel what the youthful audience feels is hot right now. Writing a
remix is easy. It’s just putting the words to the scenario. If you have
no production plan, that’s when it starts to get easy. Mixtape material
is easy for me. Two days, three days, [I record it]. I know who I’m
And in case you don’t know, he’s referring to the “general public.” Gotta love those buzz words.
And another one. Australia’s biggest urban mag bids us adieu. But don’t fret, they’re goin’ digital. Hey Dominic, I forgive you for this last cover. Ha!
Finally, here’s the CDQ of the new mix that was first showcased in the video.
Salute: Team Supreme