The term coined by Cutmaster D.C. and made popular by The Notorious B.I.G., is now one of seven welcoming mats into the borough. Yours truly spotted this alongside the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Is Brooklyn in the house? Without a doubt!
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, but next September, NJ Nets co-owner Jay-Z will headline the first concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Hopefully by then the NBA lockout is over. An official press conference will go down this Monday.
Over in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, Glasses Malone recently shot his new video “Eastsidin”. During filming, an altercation transpired and someone fired a warning shot. Below is a more accurate description. Behind The Scenes At the Glasses Malone video shoot in Brooklyn. (East 21st and Church) There was an earlier altercation where at DJ was slapped in the face by a local crip member. We knew he was going to come back, so we tried to wrap up the […]
Duck Down’s Smif-N-Wessun were also on the bill yesterday for the Brooklyn/Lyricist Lounge in Prospect Park. During their set, they brought out Sean Price and Buckshot to perform “That’s Hard” and “And So” respectively.
Last night, Shallah performed at the Brooklyn/Lyricist Lounge at Prospect Park and brought his catalog of hits with him. Up top, he opens up his set with his classic verse from “C.R.E.A.M.” More highlights from the show below.
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At last night’s Duck Down show in BK, the label CEO returned to his rhyming past on a performance of the Black Moon classic posse cut, “U Da Man”. U gotta love it! blow
Who says the East ain’t got love for DJ Quik? For the last two nights, DJ Quik held court at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. Music&Times was there as Quik performed older material and cuts from his new album The Book Of David. More footage after the jump.