Saturday, November 27, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
Thursday, November 25, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Kanye West is his name (filed under Innovative arguably and/or respectfully by many). My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy is his album; and in addition to the rest of the world, 8thlight and I are now here to chime in on the present conversation regarding this album, in today's Music Reviews In A Minute.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
01. Mick Boogie - Intro
02. Das Efx - Mic Checka [Remix]
03. Souls Of Mischief - 93 Til Infinity [Remix]
04. Grand Puba - Check It Out [SD50 Remix]
05. A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation [Remix]
06. LL Cool J - Pink Cookies In A Plastic Bag [Remix]
07. Gang Starr - Code Of The Streets [Kenny Dope Remix]
08. Naughty By Nature - Hip-Hop Hooray [Pete Rock Remix]
09. De La Soul - Breakadawn [De La Soul Remix]
10. Fugees - Nappy Heads [Remix]
11. Erick Sermon - Stay Real [Remix]
12. De La Soul: Ego Trippin’ [Gumbo Remix]
13. Nice & Smooth - How To Flow [Remix]
14. Gang Starr - DWYCK [Horny Mix] (Featuring Nice & Smooth)
15. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - T.R.O.Y. [Vibes Remix]
16. Fu-Schnickens - What’s Up Doc? [K-Cut Remix] (Featuring Shaq)
17. Original Flavor - Can I Get Open? [Remix] (Featuring Jay-Z)
18. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - The Creator [Remix]
19. Snoop Dogg - Doggy Dogg World [Perfecto Remix]
20. Das Efx - Real Hip-Hop [Pete Rock Remix]
21. Show & AG -Next Level [DJ Premier’s Nyte Time Remix]
22. Wu-Tang Clan - Can It Be All So Simple? [Remix]
23. Nas - The World Is Yours [Q-Tip Remix]
24. A Tribe Called Quest - The Jam [Grown Man Remix]
25. Black Moon - I Gotcha Open [Remix]
26. Keith Murray - Get Lifted [Erick Sermon Remix]
27. Pharcyde - Passin’' Me By [Fly As A Pie Remix]
Monday, November 15, 2010
In this newest installment of Music Reviews In A Minute Dayrell and I take a look at Dr. Dre's west coast classic, The Chronic. The album's most noted for the debut of one, Snoop Dogg. As always, Dayrell's scores are in red and mine are in black.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Fans of the film will feel right at home with the comic, states Ape Entertainment founder and co-publisher Brent E. Erwin. It has all of the elements that made the movie a cultural phenomenon, and Black Dynamite himself is still as much of a bad dude on the page as he is on the screen.Comic news courtesy of Ape Entertainment.
Directed by Scott Sanders, the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009 and stars Michael Jai White as Black Dynamite, a gun-toting, nunchuck-wielding, ladies man willing to fight all the way from the blood-soaked city streets to the hallowed halls of the Honky House.
Although written for film, Black Dynamite was always meant to move beyond the camera, continues Sanders. As a medium, comic books seemed like such a logical step in Black Dynamite's development as a character, and what better way to start than having him bring down the infamous Slave Island.
Black Dynamite: Slave Island is based on a story by Michael Jai White, Byron Minns and Scott Sanders. Written by Brian Ash with pencils by Jun Lofamia, the 48-page one-shot is due in stores in early 2011.
Also, here are some pics from the forthcoming Adult Swim series. I can't wait!!!!
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
In October, 2010, Alice Walker joined Googlers in Mountain View for a day of conversation and readings from her latest book of poetry, Hard Times Require Furious Dancing.
"[This] collection of new poems is written especially for the times we're living through. Alice Walker is known throughout the world as not only a great writer but an activist and a woman who shares the inner turmoil and outer struggles of her life. Readers admire her ability to bare her heart and soul, but to also speak out about the world as she sees it, often becoming a catalyst for change.Check out Alice Walker's Blog & Alice Walker On Youtube.
As the title [Hard Times Require Furious Dancing] suggests, these poems were written during struggles and sadness and deal with the loss of siblings, the loss of a beloved dog, the estrangement in families, violence and struggles on the world stage, and the simple joy of life itself. The words dance, they sing, they heal our hearts and touch our souls."
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Monday, November 8, 2010
01 One (Sky Ferreira Revox)
02 Bulletproof Monster (La Roux X Nicki Minaj Revox)
03 Maybe Tomorrow (Jackson 5 Revox)
04 The Only Exception (Paramore Revox)
05 Who Killed Davey Moore [Remix] (Bob Dylan Revox)
Sunday, November 7, 2010
To hear the original version check out Mayer's album, A Strange Arrangment.