Ukas cover skal jo være et fast post på bloggen som Søndagsfilmen er, men litt slacke har vi vell vært. Denne gangen er det New Born rett ut fra Sylvana , Ohio sin tur. Jeg er egentlig måløs når det kommer det dette coveret. Jeg tror coveret kan snakke for seg selv. Jeg har ikke fått tak i skive enda,men hvis du er super keen(noe jeg håper du egentlig ikke er) så kan jeg sikkert hooke deg opp med noen mp3`s. Jeg tror ikke at albumet One way er noe å slenge seg i veggen for heller
2 live crew går vell ikke akkurat under katigorien Gangsta rap,men når jeg var liten gutt så var 2 Live Crew albumene As nasty as they want to be: 1 og 2 helt klart greia å ha. De hadde frekke tekster, og det gikk rykter om at disse skivene var forbudt i Norge. ( Dette viste seg jo bare å være piss) . Jeg hadde seff begge to. Denne vidoen dukket opp på youtube for ikke lenge siden, og jeg har vage minner om at jeg så den back in the days også. Det skal heller ikke legges skjul på at jeg et meget svak for tidlig 90-talls bikini mote, så dette må postes!
Hva har weed gjort for deg i det siste? Du driver kanskje med kombinasjonen narkotika røyking og lytting til Gangsta rap? FYSJ! Jeg er ikke noen cannabis forkjemper,men det som slo meg er at alt de sier i filmen er ting som skjer meg og folk rundt meg i fylla. Eller jeg skal ikke ha på meg at jeg har sjålet fra min lillesøster. Resten høres ut som normale helge stunts. Jeg veit ikke om det skal gå av noen alarmer når livet ditt stemmer med en Amerikansk anti marihuana kampanje? Uansett jeg lo godt av denne.
Jeg var i byen og festa i helga,men jeg fikk ikke med meg konserten til Hella Saucy affilierte Joddski under By:Larm. I dag var jeg så heldig å komme over opptak av konserten på Raggabalder sin blogg som jeg rett og slett stjeler og poster her siden de bithherrrr Søndagfilm greia mi, hehe.
Halla halla! Mad fyllesyk ass. To dager med mayhemfylla og By:Larm tar på. Jeg skal ikke fucke opp denne Søndagen med å glemme Søndagsfilmen. Jeg har fått tak i linker til hele American Gangster season 2 som gar rullet på BET. Hver Søndag fremover får du episode. Bruk quicktime eller noe til å spille av. Først ut er historien om Philadelfias egen Black Mafia.
Black Mafia was the most feared force in Philadelphia’s criminal Black underworld. One of the most ambitious criminal enterprises in the history of Black America, the group extorted, hustled, plundered and murdered with impunity. It also maneuvered skillfully through many worlds, shielding itself inside the Nation of Islam, conning politicians and other leaders, and devising multiple layers of protection and cover.
Gamle Jølle blir ny Joddskii, Same old shit in new wrapping..
D va en Fette Classic Kveld.. Jurko & Hoeskii me fullt Band på storescena... Alt stemte & d osa pondus i hele lokale !!! Kem fan gjør det BEDRE ?????? Terningkast 666
& æ må ikke gløm Lars Vaular me The Lars Vaular Band som også leverte en jævla tight konsert, That BERGEN shit aint no phuckin Joke !!!!!! Solbrilla på... Sinnsykt deilig å hør live G-funk ! Props t Lars, Girson, Annan & restn av Bandet. D va PIMP shit !!!
BERGEN BERGEN BERGEN.....
D finnes sikkert en link t konsertan en eller anna plass..
Big June er ev veteran i gamet når det kommer til San Diego rap. Sjekk ut hans nye video. Dette er ikke den ferdige editen,men den er kul denne her også. Det er vell ikke noe tvil på hva denna karen repper.
Her får du et intervju med Freeway Ricky Ross som rapperen Rick Ross har bygget sin fiktive "rap personlighet" på. Som sikkert de fleste av dere har fått med dere har det kommet frem at rapperen Rick Ross fra Miami jobbet som fengsels vakt på tidlig 90-tall, og ikke pusha mad kees med speedbåter osv osv. Intervjuet er gort av dyktige Nima fra Dubcnn.com
Ricky Donnell Ross, better known as "Freeway" Ricky Ross, is known for the "drug empire that he presided over in Los Angeles in the early and mid-1980s. He's been behind bars since 1996 and is getting released within the next 50 days.
Today, many people associate the name Rick Ross with the Miami rapper who adopted his name from "Freeway" Ricky Ross. Not only his name, but the rapper Ross, a former correctional officer, took on his whole life story from the former drug kingpin, including the infamous beard.
Dubcnn took the time to talk to the original, "Freeway" Ricky Ross, about his plans after his release, how he is going to be involved in the music game and what he listens to himself. Of course, we talk about the Rick Ross situation, how he feels about the rapper and the fact that he chooses to ignore the man who inspired him.
Dubcnn: First of all, thanks for taking the time to talk to dubcnn. You are weeks away of your release from prison, what's the first thing you're going to do when you're out?
No problem. I am weeks away. Well I have to report to a halfway house upon my release. Once I see my family, my first business moves is to visit our juvenile detention centers. I can't wait to share with the kids. The forgotten ones that nobody cares about.
Dubcnn: How different is the man that's writing me right now from the man who got locked up years ago?
Oh man. It's a world of difference. Alot of people may feel I have been in prison for 14 years but I feel I have made some sacrifices. Not only have I travelled the world, but I have also sit down and talk to some of the most brilliant people living or have lived. Well years ago I thought I was sharp. And in some aspects I was. But right now I have read over 200 books, countless magazines, newspapers so my entire horizon has changed. I look at the world a lot different. Take for instant I have been on a no tv diet for almost 3 years. To most people that is unheard of.
Dubcnn: You inspired rapper Rick Ross to name himself after you, how did you feel about that when you first heard about it?
That is a mixed emotion. For someone to name themselves after you is a sign of recognition that is hard to compare with. So when I heard he named himself after me I was real flatter and disappointed. I was disappointed that he was trying to deceive the world into believing he was me. I was flatter that I had build my brand up so well known that someone would steal it. See when I was coming up, I always wanted to be someone special.
Dubcnn: In an interview, Rick Ross was asked about taking your name and he said "It wasn't about that, it was about what I was going to do with it. So shout out to dude, whatever he doing, but I don't know him." Why do you think he chooses to ignore your existence like that?
I never saw the interview that he did, and I never knew he gave me a shout out. But he knows me we have spoke on the phone several times. Well I felt he chose to ignore me for the fact that being me gave him street credibility. My reputation to build person to person. The name is known all across the country before I made it to tv or newspaper. I admire his marketing skills. But he made a key mistake which a lot of people do. I had some marketing plans for the both of us that we could do together. Had he listen to me he wouldn't be in all the messes that he is into now. I tried to get him to come to the light. But he wanted to stay in the darkness. He didn't know what was in the dark would surely come to light.
Dubcnn: Have you ever had a conversation with Rick Ross?
Yes we have had numerous conversation 2 to 3 each lasting about 8 minutes. Also spoke to his manager a couple of times. I purposely keep the conversation short, because I was really hoping we could bond and we had a really busy schedule.
Dubcnn: What's your take on him being a former C.O., portraying a life in his music that is false?
Really crazy. But I knew he was and impostor all the time. Well I can give you a tip about street dudes. A street dude would never take another street dudes name and claim it as his own. You go in the streets to claim a name for yourself. So I told guys from jump that he had never sold drugs or been in the streets.
Dubcnn: What plans do you have as far as your life is concerned after your release?
Yes I have alot of plans right now. My life never stop even behind bars. I have been making moves that people just don't know about. Right now my number 1 pet peve is www.freewayenterprise.com. This is a soical network. It will be built around helping people with there careers. Music, clothes, models, movies, video games, finding jobs, educating and mentoring to name a few. I will also be having give aways like nobody else. My movie is in the works. We already have a budget. I will be giving away a role to my movie on the site.
I also have a record label that is looking for new artist. Starting a book publishing company. My first novel should be release in the next couple of weeks. "BlackScarface". My autobiography is in the works and coming alone well. And the guy that done American Gangster for BET, we are negotiating my Reality Show. We are going to show what it is like for a guy that is getting out of prison for so long has to go through. And to see if I can make it on the streets. There are people that say I want. Please check out my website. Oh yea I will be hosting a mix cd for Young Buck and Bigga Rankin in a couple of weeks. And I am getting love from all the producers from Cali including Dr. Dre and King Tee to name a few. The homies say they got me. So if there are any rappers singers or producers that want to be on the team just get at me this thing is going to be big. Obama has raised the bar.
Dubcnn: Do you personally listen to Hip-Hop music?
I haven't listen to hip hop or any music in order 3 years. Right now I have been totally focused on getting my life straight. And the only way to do that is to be totally focus. And I plan on doing that to stay out. It is amazing cause I feel institutionalized. Every since they have told me I was going home, I have been feeling a little jitters and uncertainty.
Dubcnn: We thank you for your time and wish you the best for your future endeavours.
Jeg tok frem albumet Taking no Shortz fra 1996 for en uke siden. Det var en god stund siden jeg har bumpet Hollow Tip, så jeg ble satt ut av hvor bra egentlig denne skiva er. Det har vært stille rundt Sacramento legenden en stund nå. Hadde vært kult å hørt noe fett fra den kanten snart. Siden jeg er i godt humør så skal jeg laste opp noen låter fra denne Sacramento juvelen av en skive til deg.
Last ned her: http://rapidshare.com/files/198900778/Hollow_Tip.rar.html
Hella Saucy tenker globalt om dagen, og i den sammenheng stikker jeg en tur over til Spania. Jeg hitter Madrid den 4 April for en liten event og networking. Den 5 April spiller jeg på en stor klubb som heter Fever i byen Bilbao. Det er Baskerland vi snakker om her. The home of tyrefekting og ETA, hehe. I Bilbao så skal mine Spanske homies med navn Sholo Truth, Mitsu og Latex Diamond gjøre konsert, før jeg gjør knaller til med danseglad gangsta shit.
Jeg poster mere info om litt, og jeg skal seff poste masse bilder fra turen når jeg kommer hjem.
Ahh.com gjorde et riktig så fint intervju med Comptons egen Dj Quik for en liten tid tilbake. Vi Hella Saucy gutta har jo alltid vært blodfans av Quik, så dette må jo postes.
David “DJ Quik” Blake is considered one of the rap game’s most talented music producers by fans worldwide. As an artist, he was first introduced to us on his early 90’s release Quik Is The Name and became one of the main pillars that the West Coast rap scene was built upon with tracks like “Born and Raised in Compton” and “Tonite.”
DJ Quik followed up the success of his solo release with other highly acclaimed albums such as Way 2 Fonky, Safe & Sound, and Rhythm-al-ism, which saw him defend the city of Compton, endure a beef with fellow hometown rapper MC Eiht and even declare himself not a gangster on 1998’s “You’z A Ganxta.” The new millennium brought the release of Quik’s fifth album, Balance & Options, which was led by the party jam “Pitchin On A Party.” After the release of Balance & Options, DJ Quik felt the pain of tragedy as his friend and protégé’ Mausberg was murdered in the streets of Compton. This issue was addressed on the song “50 Ways” off of his sixth release, Under The Influence.
After his seventh release, Trauma, Legal troubles caught up with DJ Quik and he ended up serving several months in jail for allegedly pulling a gun during a family dispute. Released from jail, Quik teamed up with his old friend AMG to form The Fixxers and the two prepared their group album, Midnight Life. The group disbanded after the album was leaked online however Quik kept himself busy by mixing and producing for Snoop Dogg’s album Ego Trippin’.
Now back in the game, DJ Quik has teamed with West Coast veteran Kurupt for a duo album called Blaqkout to be released this spring. The producer/artist recently invited AllHipHop.com out to his monthly showcase “Quik’s Groove” which is held at the end of every month at The Key Club in West Hollywood, to talk about his new moves and what the future holds for him.
AllHipHop.com: Your fans haven’t heard from you in a while. Tell everybody what you’ve been up to these past few years?
DJ Quik: I’ve been producing. For the last year I’ve been working with Snoop Dogg and Teddy Riley. Last summer me and Kurupt went in the studio and did an album together. We are about to put that out through Universal/Fontana. It’s called Blaqkout and we are ready to drop it on the world.
AllHipHop.com: What made you decide to do this collaboration with Kurupt as your first move back since your Trauma album?
DJ Quik: My first move before I do a solo album? I guess because I am getting out of the artist thing, for me. I could easily just do records for myself but it isn’t fun if I don’t at least try to unite and unify the West Coast since we are having so much downtime and not in tune with Atlanta music. That’s all I’ve been hearing, stuff like, “You guys need to do some crunk music,” or whatever. We can’t do that! I tried to do that with AMG [as The Fixxers] and that sh**t got mixed reviews. So I can’t please everybody. I am just about me now. If people like it, then cool. If they don’t, then f**k ‘em!
AllHipHop.com: What was it like working with Kurupt for this new Blaqkout album? Was the chemistry there?
DJ Quik: Kurupt is magic. He’s always been a dope lyricist but it’s been hard to get him with people that will take him seriously and write records with him and for him – as opposed to just giving him a beat. You can give him a beat and he’ll bust over a beat because he’s a freestyle artist but we tailor-made this record to his style and my style. It’s a mixture of his Philadelphia style and my Compton style and we did a record that just made f**kin’ sense. It goes over smooth. It’s like a shot of Patron, ya dig?
AllHipHop.com: So when is the album coming out?
DJ Quik: April 28th. We are getting the samples cleared and then it will be ready to go.
AllHipHop.com: What’s next for you after this Blaqkout album?
DJ Quik: My own album! I am going to go ahead and do DJ Quik. That’s going to come around Christmas time. We are going to go do the Blaqkout Tour and have fun during the summer. We are going to wild out on stage.
AllHipHop.com: You are working with Snoop Dogg and Teddy Riley as a production unit. What are you guys working on?
DJ Quik: Snoop started this company called QDT. We produce records and write songs for other cats that don’t have access to great producers or songwriters. We are trying to be a medium between them and the record company. Teddy has been writing for The Pussycat Dolls and other people at Interscope. Snoop has been writing for some of his groups, and I’ve been storing tracks for them when it’s time to go full-fledged with it.
AllHipHop.com: Are there any artists that you are working with to put out right now?
DJ Quik: My band, The O Boyz. They come from Oakland, California. They are really talented kids that really get it in. The drummer is Q, the keyboardist is Lynette, the guitarist is Greg, and the bass player is Marcus. These guys really love music. They are young but they were born in to music so it’s real easy for them to play whatever we do.
AllHipHop.com: Are they signed to the label that you have with Universal/Fontana?
DJ Quik: I am actually going to get them their own deal. Signing somebody is not always the best option. People go around saying, “I signed so-and-so” and then they to go and get a release because nothing happens. I am going to keep the group free but they know that my loyalties lie with them. I am going to do what is best for them, even if that means letting them sign with somebody else.
AllHipHop.com: You stated earlier about the West Coast having downtime right now…
DJ Quik: Everybody says it’s dormant even though Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent have a number one song on the radio right now. People are still like, “Y’all need to do Atlanta music! Do Atlanta music!”
AllHipHop.com: Who are some young artists from the West Coast that DJ Quik would tell the rest of the world to look out for?
DJ Quik: Problem, a young cat from Compton, is dope. Jay Rock is blowing up right now. He’s signed to Warner Bros. and he has this collaboration song with Lil Wayne and Will.I.Am called “All My Life.” Bad Lucc from Watts is funky. Those are my favorite three right now that are up-in-coming from the West Coast.
AllHipHop.com: As a veteran, what is your take on the music industry right now?
DJ Quik: I’m watching it in charts and graphs. Record sales are down 40% over the last three years and it’s a steady progression downward. It’s on life support. Our industry is about to be over. I’m about to do a career change soon because I need to keep my standards of living up. I can’t do music for welfare fees.
AllHipHop.com: What are you going to do then?
DJ Quik: I am going to do whatever I want to do. I have options. I can act. I can do whatever I want – I’m good. I’m not afraid. This is just machismo that’s talking because of the alcohol that I’m drinking right now. I’m pretty confident that that I can have fun. I have such a great support group. Who wouldn’t want to have people like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Xzibit and more of your other favorite rappers to have your back? I even have actors like Chris Rock and Tony Rock – these people have my back. If I want to do a song with someone, I can just call them. Will Smith, whoever – I have connections. I’m good.
AllHipHop.com: You seem to be in a happier place right now. I remember a few years back, you had a vibe of bitterness about you. I even saw you walk off stage cursing out the soundman and other people at a Powerhouse concert.
DJ Quik: Oh you were there? Yes I was bitter. I had just lost Mausberg and I got in to a bad crash on my motorcycle. I had a hole in my hip! Who can go through all of that and just be like, “Throw your hands in the air!” My hip is bleeding and my favorite rapper and best friend is dead – still warm in his casket. How can you do all of that with a straight face? It was a bad time for me to be out in public. I was bitter, so I took a break and the industry moved on without me – It is what it is. Because I am a forward thinker, I went and did some new creative music. You can’t f**k with me dog! I am a Pro-Tools guru. I buy all of the latest plug-ins, equipment and technology. I’m a nerd with that! I’m going to spend my last dollar on that stuff. If someone asks me, “What are you going to do with the last money that you have in the industry? Are you going to buy stocks and bonds or equipment?” I’ll be like, “N***a, I’m going right to West L.A. Music to buy the new hottest sh*t and that sh*t is going to make me ten times the money that I spent on it.” Thank God for my knowledge. I’m a genius and it’s the best thing ever.
AllHipHop.com: What ended up happening to The Fixxers group that you had with AMG?
DJ Quik: I love AMG to death but it got hectic because it was such a good situation and some people that have been living real badly for years to getting a deal with Interscope – it might’ve been too much for them to handle. People were coming in and being leeches to us – too much bad influence was infiltrating the situation. There was this guy that took our CD and posted it online under my name and Myspace. I would never do that! First off, it’s the intellectual property of Interscope. You don’t do that! That’s just retarded. This guy did it just to get money and he ended up becoming a substance abuser and a crack-head. His name is Hudson Baxter. He’s a cluck-head running around with Bobby Brown right now trying to be security. He’s on borrowed time. I’m not going to do anything to him because I don’t want to go back to jail – but f**k him in his motherf**kin’ booty-hole – he’s a b***h!
Vi får også koste på oss noen vidz med han David Blake, hehe
Helgas props går ut t TOP AUTHORITY fra Flint, Michigan.
Denne låta e fra første skiva "somethin to blaze to" som kom ut i 93. De ga ut tre album som alle slæppa mannskjitn ut av dæ.. D her e Blodfet G-Funk ! Så bump den & Gi de den propsn de fortjen !!!! GOD HELG
Jeg og Kyrre pakker med oss masse G-funk, Mobb Style, So Cal, Dirty South, Midwest og setter oss på flyet til Bergen den 5 Mars.
Tordag 5 Mars spiller vi på Max og Teddy Touch sitt nye klubbkonsept med navn, Don't Believe The Hype. Det hele går ned på Silver.
Fredag 6 Mars drar vi oss bort til Kvarteret (Ng2) der vi har planer om å lage godt gammeldags gangsta party. Her styrer vi skuta helt selv, så du kan regne med at fra obskur "midwest murda funk" til kjente West Coast hits
Det er ikke umulig at vi stikker innom radio showet Ordet på Gaten på Lørdag. For de som ikke kjenner til Ordet på Gaten, så er altså dette Bergens eneste radio show for god musikk drevet av Jonny Bayer og Fitte Steven.
Du skal heller ikke se helt bort fra at vi dukker opp en liten tur igjen på Ng2 på Lørdagen. Da er det nemlig Hella Saucy sine kompiser Definition Of iLL som skal spille opp til dans.
Hella Saucy affilierte Joddski aka Jørg1 har laget sin egen versjon av The Black Sheeps "Oro Jaska Beana". Hva skal man si om detta da? Hmm. At det er fett med en norsk mc som ikke tar seg så jævla høytidelig og har skillz to back it up!
Etter en hard helg med fest og fanteri så synes jeg du skal kick back og nyte programmet til franske Dan-E Low Key! Vi snakkes rare vinyl og fete blends. Personlig så kicker jeg alltid back annenhver Søndag til Playaz Rendez Vous.. Funker flott som medisin mot fylleangst!
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DET GÅR ALTSÅ NED MELLOM 21 og 23!
Don Jagwar ft. 2pac – skank wit you
The Almighty RSO ft. Freddie Foxxx – one of those night King Tee – Dippin’ Cypress Hill – Hand On The Pump 2nd II None ft. DJ Quik, Hi-C, Amg, Penthouse Players Clique – Comin Like This OFTB – Ride dat’ Monkey L.V ft.Treach – Throw your hands up (extended)
Lost Boyz – games DBA Flip – Pass the Joint Me & My Cousin – smooth (dj battlecat penn state remix) Potna Deuce – Funk Ride
Prince & The Revolution – she lives in my hair / Digital Underground – Sex Packets
Bootsy Collins ft Bernie Worell – Angel-Lick-An-Gel Bone Thugs N Harmony ft. Eazy E – For The Love Of $ (yella 9 minutes of funk remix) TRU – smoking green MC Eiht ft. CMW – Compton 4 death Ice Cube – Down for Whatever
Lenny Williams – Cause I Love You D’Angelo – Brown Sugar Outkast ft. Goodie Mob – Git Up, Git Out Shabba Ranks – Wicked In Bed Boogie Down Production – Say Gal
"Norways Super slick Saucy Sound" Kyrre Krunk, Cuddie Mack & The Man.. all grew up on G-Funk & Gangsta Rap,
back since FOURS, DEUCES & TRAYS..
We bump the FUNK that never got played on the radio or got their DOPE played on MTV.
The Shit that influenced Rap as it is today... Most DJs follow the hype, we aint goin out like that !
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