You miss it. You love it. You know you want to read it. Here’s a clip of my take on the various jobs in the industry:
“E-Thug. Seeing as how MySpace hacking, YouTube threats and various other online disses are the new stabbings, drive-bys and shootings, what’s better than voicing your disdain for a rapper than spelling it out under an anonymous name in the comments section of your favorite website? Cyber-thugging is the ideal position for those who have the mouthpiece but lack the brawn and balls to actually do something.”
It’s been a long time … here are the two other “new” unreleased joints off The Archive: Live, Lost & Found compilation coming out on March 4th (I believe). Be sure to cop it. I mean how can you pass up on a album of RA’s live performances?
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Just 3 weeks left of this incredible series. I wonder what all the die-hard Crooked I fans are gonna do every Wednesday (or Thursday) from now on without a new freestyle to enjoy. Shit, I don’t even know what I’m gonna do. We’ll see. This time Crook chose to rock over some good ol’ Scarface. And as a 2dope bonus, I also have a joint from San Diego rep Q.P. featuring the B.O.S.S. of the West Coast. And if you haven’t already, be sure to grab that St. Valentine’s Day Bossacre mixtape.
Some great behind the scenes footage of The Roots – 75 Bars (Black Reconstruction) courtesy of Rik Cordero and The Best of Both Offices. The video should be dropping tomorrow (which is paired with the song Get Busy). I … can … not … wait. Check after the jump for some still pics courtesy of Three21Media.
An a capella version of Joey’s latest Mood Muzikmixtape album is now available for all you upcoming producers/DJs. It should be interesting to see what everyone comes up with. If you feel you got that heat, hit us up with what you got. Maybe we’ll post it, maybe we won’t. Worth a shot though right?
Here’s some more new Joell Ortiz. Mr. Ortiz ripping over a balance of choice beats. Shouts to OS for this. Also … Joell joins Novel for a revised version of Lupe’s Fighters. Be sure to check out Free Agent, dropping next month (March).