Tuesday, February 28, 2012

ESOHEL - Something Out Of (Prod. by DJ Poor) CHICAGO

Chicago, these guy has the skills and production is on point. Diggin' this joint.

Thursday, February 23, 2012

J. Cole - Grew Up Fast

I know who my favorite artist is in the game right now, do you?




Grew Up Fast by J. Cole


[J. Cole - Verse 1]
Nigga I grew up fast, then blew up fast,
Money falling out my pockets, I got too much cash,
Can’t fit nothing in her pockets, she got too much ass
Like, god damn, well if you must ask,
We from the school of hard knocks, but your crew cut class,
Half white but don’t think I gotta Ku Klux past
When I’m up in the V, police be fucking with me,
No sir, no license, all I got here is this fucking degree,
Move along cock-sucker, ain’t got nothing to see,
‘less you talking blockbuster, you niggas in not Russell
You more Diggy, Me, I’m more Biggie
No diss to the young boy, I’m just rapping, get bored quickly
Just to make up for that line, invite him on tour with me
Show him the game, let him finagle these whores with me
Run through their doors with me, hit the Ritz Carlton for the night
Leave ‘em there two dykes, probably change a niggas life, right?
Wattup Vanessa? I loved you that one semester
Thanks to my profession I ball’d like uncle Festor
Thinkin’ about the board I used to have above the dresser
Half the shit I wrote down. I did it, it’s old now
Got, new goals, plus my money on Manute Bol
Funny how my old highs is suddenly my new lows
Tired of every chick saying she models before she swallows
So I only fuck with hat tricks, bitches with a few goals

[Verse 2]
Look, look
Not even slightly interested in what ya opinion is
I gotta greater purpose than a hater purpose
Imma stack paper, hustle just to relax later
Serve niggas and bring changes that’s a waiter purpose
Look how I made them nervous
Niggas is shakin’ I know they fakin’
Ok, you a killer, right,
And ms. Cleo’s Jamaican, and Bob Marley is Haitian
And me and Beyonce datin’ and Jesus Christ be hatin
But got mad love from Satan, for fucking Sanaa Lathan
While Meagan Good is waitin’
I’m the dead beat father of your little brother
In other words, god damnit, I’m a bad mother fucker
It’s Cole, it’s only right I brought back the soul
Yall got way too electro, damn near techno
Half-way homo, way too metro
Hennessy XO, Cole flows best yo
Style like Tribe Called Quest meets Death Row
Learn something boy, grow your ass up
Cheap nigga, if you was liquor, I’d probably throw your ass up
Matter fact, if you was grass, I’d probably mow your ass up
Last call for you old niggas gon’ pour your last cup
It’s Cole!

WATER "PUT SOMETHIN DOWN ON IT"

A Legend in the making...WATER

Check out DOC MANANOFF in the cut and JVC on the VIDEO filmed for CHIROCK MAGAZINE in front of
THE BASSMENT 1415 N. ASHLAND AVE. (Get that FRESH from there)

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The Do-Over NZ Edition w/ Z-Trip Limited Edition Rane Sixty-Two Z Mixer

Last month legendary LA party The Do-Over brought their sunshine infused fun all the way to New Zealand, the home of Serato.

The Do-Over founders Haycock & Strong were joined by special guests (who were kept a mystery until the party), J Rocc of The Beat Junkies and DJ Day.

The Do-Over NZ was one of the first parties in the world to use the then unreleased Z-Trip Limited Edition Rane Sixty-Two Z mixer, and was held on the beautiful Waiheke Island. All of the ingredients for a unforgettable day.
via Aroha Serato.com


Thursday, February 16, 2012

Check out 2 of my crew members from BRICKHEADZ: EVOL & IKE

"CHICAGO vs DRAKE" via www.WindyCityBBOYS.com


Why diss Drake?

The answer is simple, I agree with Common and his standpoints on "Sweetness" a plague that has infected the Hip Hop community in ALL elements (Emceeing, Bboying, Graffiti Art and Djing)...so it's not just Drake

I don't hate Drake he just happens to be on top using the word "Hip-Hop" to captivate a following and presenting this culture in a tasteless way. I don't know about you guys and when I say you guys I mean the Hip Hop headz that have struggled for years to keep the true essence of this art form alive..but I find it disrespectful and demeaning when someone comes onto the scene and takes shortcuts to get a "name" without paying dues and most importantly not grasping what this culture means.

To the average person..I'll put it to you likes this

Let's say you've worked at your job for 10 years, you've worked hard to get where you're at, you've become an expert at what you do..now a new hire comes in and they start that person at the same wage as you.

I worked in the corporate world for a decade for a reputable telecommunications company and I know it happens there too..and what have all of you done when this has happened?

Point is, dig a little deeper and you'll find that this Culture has much more to offer when you truly embrace it.


- Miguel "TeCk" Arteaga

Monday, February 13, 2012

The Promise "SoundCatcher" Prod. by Mulatto Patriot Feat. Pugs Atomz & Neak (NEW Video)

"SoundCatcher" is the debut video by The Promise (Squair Blaq (vocals) Mulatto Patriot (beats)) for The "New Deal" LP now slated to be released Spring 2012

Directed by Sean Fahey
Shot & Edited by Harry Mayers
Locations Chicago and Poland

Vocals: S. Squair Blaq, Pugs Atomz, Neak & S-Star
Baritone Saxophone & Flute: Garrick Smith
Produced by Mulatto Patriot


Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Top Moments of 2011 | WindyCityBboys.com



Shout out to www.TeCknologicalProductions.com

Chi-Town Finest Breakers performs in LA STAPLES CENTER

Don't sleep on their journey...I watched these kids grow and its just amazing and keeps me inspired to keep on doing what I do. Its so much joy to see them progress and do what they love!