We had a whole lot of superstars on this stage here tonight. But this is… Papoose's house? We're all still reeling that the 20th anniversary of Hip-Hop's Super Bowl featured the Nacirema Dream as a headliner. Damn you Kendrick Lamar and your generous ways. Yeah it's hip-hop to bum rush the show but c'mon Pap you know you didn't deserve that look. And you gave even less fucks by performing a new song. C'mon fam. You've paid a lot of dues through the years but this was the big dawg time in the program. Don't disrespect the game in your pursuit for fame. Oh well, Brooklyn took it.
You Played Yourself
Speaking of BK, Fab had a master plan of bringing Lil Kim and Foxy Brown back together again. But when it was time to make history, Fox Boogie was nowhere to be found. Where was you at? Wack.
Tuesday, December 04 2012 10:53 AM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Focus
It’s been over a decade since we’ve gotten a L.O.X. album. At the 2:30 mark in his chat with Montreality, Kiss says they’re six to seven tracks deep into We Are The Streets 2. This year? That is very unlikely.
Thursday, April 26 2012 2:28 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Music
Now that’s he dropped Murda from his name, Mook’s releasing his Street Smart on May 14 and rallies up his fellow Double R compadres for his posse cut. Nothing extraordinary, except that they’re all there.
Sunday, November 27 2011 8:22 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Music
You’re now tuned into the muthafuckin’ greatest. Last week, the Ruff Ryders released their latest compilation album, Past, Present, Future and here’s the project’s opening track. Cop it on iTunes here.
Friday, October 07 2011 1:19 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Live Show
During SP’s album release show at B.B. King Wednesday night, he brought out a few guests including Lloyd Banks, Busta Rhymes, and the rest of the LOX. Above, Banks emerges for a live performance of their new collabo and more. More clips after the jump.
Tuesday, July 26 2011 12:35 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Live Show
Fuck—the—frail shit. Seems like Jizzle brought a Summer Jam of his own to the Highline Ballroom last night. After bringing out Jay, Ye, Bun, and Fab, Jeezy took a breather and introduced D-Block for “Kiss Your Ass Goodbye” and “We Gon’ Make It”. After the cut some photos courtesy of BAM.
Friday, July 01 2011 9:59 PM EST | Posted by: Big Homie | Posted in: Blog, Live Show
Last night, Hot 97 bigged up both the old and new school for their Salute To Hip Hop concert at the Best Buy Theater in NYC. iDOIT4TV provides a recap of the show featuring performances from the LOX, EPMD, Kid Capri, Talib Kweli, Large Professor, and a whole lot more.