My neighbor weighs in on the Plaxico case, the flick he’s filming, and praises ‘Ye’s verse from “Run This Town.” Don’t touch my mail, Lonnie! Of Course: Fake Shore Drive
At the Heineken Red Star Soul Concert in Atlanta, Big Boi along with Neil Garrad debuts a cut off Sir Luscious Left Foot. The sound is muffled, but hopefully you can catch moments of clarity. Props: X
Now this is the Beans I know. Peep the new visual directed by Picture Perfect. It’s nothing like it, I swear. Props: WSHH Update: Sigel on the set knocks out an interview.
Been trying to get the MP3 of this all week. The story goes Slaughterhouse was booked for Hot 97′s new morning show, Cipha Sounds and Rosenberg. But because Mouse didn’t want to speak on the Raekwon situation, they shelved the sitdown. They did get them to freestyle over “The What” instrumental and played it on the air which I heard half-asleep one morning. Got it? Either way, just listen to 3/4ths of Slaughterhouse play pass the mic. Too bad Joell needed a lozenge. Ha! No shots.
Omarion is gettin’ his tweet on. Says he did not get served. 1-2-3: We Don’t Believe You! I think Bow Wow goin’ to Cash Money had something to do with it. UPDATE: O Speaks. Someone needs to explain to me what this SayNow shit is all about.
“We De La til the death/ Or at least until we break-up.”
Look at the dopeness I’ve found. In my book, this Grind Date closer was the last great De La Soul record. Yeah I said it. Of course, MF Doom is missed from last week’s show at the Nokia Theater, but the brothers from Long Island still bring the stop-and-go craziness. Freeze!
And if that ain’t good enough, here’s the album version.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12 rock co.kane flow]
Sidebar: Remember when Curtis went in on this? Kinda chunky!
Bonus: More De La live with crisp audio.
Previously: De La Soul x DMC “Rock Box” (Live N.Y.)
Good grief, at this rate you’d think a record label was overseeing the burial. According to CNN, MJ’s funeral service has been changed from his birthday to September 3rd. His final resting place remains at Glendale Forest Lawn Memorial Park.