Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Bjork Undo

This is how I feel right now..

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Nikon coolpix


Moon in Gemini
Moon enters Cancer: 6:39pm
All you can ever find is your Self.

Monday, April 27, 2009

I Love This! I feel like this sometimes

via:For the love of black

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Astrud Gilberto Live

Astrud Gilberto

Jill Scott

My fave jill scott songs top 5
1. easy conversation
2. slowly surely
3. cross my mind
4. whatever
5. family reunion

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Friday, April 24, 2009


Moon in Aries
Moon enters Taurus 2:47pm
Venus enters Aries 3:19am
NEW MOON 11:24pm

Tiffany I think we're alone now

Love Poems 12:24pm-1:00pm

Yo so I been writing a bunch of love poems. I will post 10 of them one each day.
I will sell them as a book at my shows so stay in tune.


What a perfect set of harmonies. For me
To suck and offer. My tones of heart
As much as you can handle
Don't stuff yourself
Everything in moderation
At times. Lucky for you
I can storm
Rain roses at your feet
your heart. your mind
fertilize your wants
I could. Can
Just the idea satisfies me
Floods my heart red

Thursday, April 23, 2009


Top 5 from ROCKERS!

1.My friends sg and krissy came out
2.Lexsis jumps drum set
3.Me crowd surfin usa
4.Dancing with freedocha in the pit
5.Wes gil's yellow shades

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Philadelphia Earthship

Philadelphia Earthship

Thursday, April 23 - 7:00 PM
Pyramid Club
1735 Market Street

- Garbage Warrior Earthship Movie Screening

- Silent Auction to raise money for the Philadelphia Earthship Educational Facility

- For details, contact: Rita Berger 310-902-3363

Sponsored by Philadelphia’s own Pyramid Club, the event is admission free and will be held at the Sponsor’s location at 1735 Market Street. It will begin at 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30) and, in addition to the screening of Garbage Warrior, the epic story of radical Earthship eco-architect Michael Reynolds, Reynolds’ son and Earthship Biotect, Jonah Reynolds, will be in attendance for a special post-screening Q&A.

Philadelphia Earthship

Philadelphia Natives Work To Bring Self-Sufficient Eco-Architecture To City of Brotherly Love


My friend directed this movie and Molly from MOllyworks is the art director. I am going to see this today with heather and sheena!

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Top 5 BAngin Shit Week #11

My fave rappers right now ( it changes alot)

1 Nas
2 Andre 3000
3 Mf doom
4 Krs One
5 Ghostface

Monday, April 20, 2009

happy 420

today is my sisters birthday happy birthday sis!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Amiri Baraka

Saturday, April 18, 2009

'cassette wallet'

as every 'cassette wallet' is hand made,
each design is a one-off. once its gone its gone!

I Love This!

I am so happy Dj Ambush out of Philly made me a mix he calls Superdefstar mix. I picked all the artists and he picked the songs. It is sooooo good you can play it while your chillen in the house.

The last entry for this months request line winners. Here's the ingredients Camae gave me, take a listen to the results. This is a perfect mix for the ipod

Coco rosie By your side

PMS pizza, marijuana, and Satan

VICE: How did you get involved with PMS? Any sort of initiation process?
I’m one of the girls that started it, so I didn’t have to do anything other than a little germ burn, but these new girls are going through some shit. You have to meet all the guidelines before we even start initiation though. And not just any bitch on the street can team up with us.

What’re some of the requirements?
Well, first, you have to be all about pizza, marijuana, and Satan. If you’re not down with that, then you can get the fuck out. You can’t be in love. Love is kind of just baloney and for pussies. You have to have a killer bike to ride around on. Some guys are cool, but PMS is for the most part an anti-dude gang. There are other things, but it’s mostly just under our discretion as to whether a girl is PMS material or not. Sounds elitist, but fuck off.

So what’re you girls trying to accomplish with this?
Basically, the destruction of everything. We’re just kind of sick of all the shit people are throwing at us and so we’re going to stick it to them and stick it to their kids. So far, I think we’re doing a pretty good job. I guess you could say that the corruption of youth around here is one of our main goals. We hang out outside elementary schools and teach kids how to smoke cigarettes and tell them that they’ll be cool if they do. Then we hike up the prices and sell packs to them. It’s so easy. Little kids have fucking mashed potatoes for brains.

via: vicemag

camera film

You’d probably say that there’s nothing inside a roll of camera film, or at least nothing unusual, because, come on, you wouldn’t expect for you to open one and find a surprise hidden there! But, you know how they say: expect the unexpected! You can never know what a roll of film is able to hide


Friday, April 17, 2009

Invincible Ropes

Reflection Eternal Back Again

None on Record: Stories of Queer Africa

None on Record: Stories of Queer Africa is a sound documentary project that collects the stories of queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (QLGBT) Africans from the African Continent and the Diaspora. None on Record adds to the growing histories told by QLGBT Africans all over the world. QLGBT Africans are everywhere—within the neighborhoods of Dakar, Toronto, Nairobi, New York City and London and in the small towns and villages of African countries.

None on Record at the Schomburg in New York City!
Several None on Record participants will be speaking on a panel at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on April 29th from 6-9pm. Speakers include Notisha Massaquoi, Pape Mbaye, Nick Mwaluko, Carlos Idibouo, Kemi Ilesanmi and None on Record Founder, Selly Thiam. Panel will be moderated by Kim Ford.

Date: Wednesday April 29, 2009
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm

Location: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
515 Malcolm X Blvd. at 135th Street
New York, New York

Thursday, April 16, 2009

I Love This! Steve Spacek Prod. by Dilla


Moon in Capricorn: All day

Top 5 BAngin Shit Week #10

5 Things that get me going
1.Drinking pbr
2.Girl mosh pits
3.Watching my friends perform anything
4.Talking to beautiful people who take photos
5.Monday night 6-9

Lillie Ruth Bussey

Dave End

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Gorillaz Dirty Harry

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

He Say She Say

Mos Def - Flowers

Mos Def - Flowers - The Ecstatic avail 6/9/09

Reef the Lost Cauze's Big Deal EP

Today (April 14) marks the release of Reef the Lost Cauze's Big Deal EP, in stores now.
The EP, which is being released via Well Done Entertainment in association with F.U. Pay Me Records, features Brother Ali and King Magnetic, along with production credits from Eyego/Direct, Marco Polo (on the previously released lead single "I Wonder"), King Magnetic and Astronote.
Online consumers can find the Big Deal EP, which includes the Brother Ali feature on the "Big Deal" Remix as well as the "I Wonder" single at all digital outlets including iTunes and

Meth & Red

Monday, April 13, 2009

Jam Sessions #10

It was fuckin live and direct. The wine had a strong hang on me
but i made it. We have a show coming up in may at the CCE@ copa
4th and south. Stay in tune

Sunday, April 12, 2009


Last night was fuckin sweet. We need to jam more everybody ripped it. More Fire

Saturday, April 11, 2009

This is interesting Kim-Jong-il

Cameo live Candy

Big party tonight for my friend Shantnew(Jam sessions)this songs puts me in the mood!

Friday, April 10, 2009


My friend Molly did this. She is amazing she can do it all.
check out her @

Thursday, April 9, 2009

New Wii Game

WiiSpray Teaser from Martin Lihs on Vimeo.

Mr. Hudson

He is the new guy on Kanye West new label and from 808&heartbreak. What do you think?

The Roots X Joell Ortiz

Jadakiss Block Lockdown


south park X kanye west

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Mike Epps

Mose Giganticus

Top 5 BAngin Shit Week #9

Top 5 Best of Week

1.My Best friend Mental Graf is in Philly on Vaca
2,B. green earth day party
3.Shantnew earth day party
4.Checking out the WPO @ the Tritone
5.DJ Roxy zodiac party

Jam Sessions #9

Every week we are bangin out hits. We should be ready for the big stage very soon. we created a banger with Shanti on vocals,freedocha on keys, Lillie ruth bussey on bass, and Me on drums. We recorded everything so stay in tune for next week.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Stones Throw Records

Join the talented folks of Stones Throw Records (Peanut Butter Wolf, Dam-Funk, Mayer Hawthorne & James Pants) as they pack up the tour bus and head to a city near you. I know there is not a big bullhorn of mainstream marketing taking place over there, but that doesnt mean that they do not have anything to brag about. These artists are talented and diverse and they are what you are probably missing in your Itunes library.

They will be performing in Canada and in the States. Their tour dates are below.

4/21: Los Angeles @ The Echoplex (Dam-Funk, Mayer Hawthorne, James Pants)
4/22: San Francisco @ Great American Music Hall
4/23: Portland @ Holocene
4/24: Seattle @ Chop Suey
4/28: Minneapolis @ Varsity Theater
4/29: Madison @ High Noon Saloon
4/30: Chicago @ The Abbey Pub
5/1: Toronto @ Revival Bar
5/2: Montreal @ Les Saints
5/3: Princeton NJ @ Terrace Club
5/4: Boston @ Paradise
5/5: Baltimore @ Sonar
5/6: Philly @ North Bowl
5/7: DC @ 930 Club

Nas and Damian Marley

A press release went out today about Nas and Damian Marley’s upcoming collaborative album, Distant Relatives, due out June 23rd.

Shit Show

According to sources at the club, someone aboard a Verizon-sponsored Keith Urban tour bus emptied the vehicle's septic tank outside [Webster Hall] at 3 a.m., after the show. "There was about 150 square feet of gunk, a half an inch think, outside the main entrance," says one employee. "It was a literal [expletive] show."" [Daily News

Major Lazer

Hollloaarrrr, we are going to this. Major Lazer (Diplo & Switch), MSTRKRFT, Jazzy Jeff, Tiga, FADER blogger A-Trak, FADER Label's Matt & Kim and FADER cover star Santigold are all signed up for the Bacardi B-Live tour traversing the US this spring/summer

via: Fader

CIA prisons

MIAMI (Reuters) - Health workers violated medical ethics when they helped interrogate terrorism suspects who were tortured at secret CIA prisons overseas, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.

The medical workers, thought to be doctors and psychologists, monitored prisoners while they were mistreated at CIA prisons and advised interrogators whether to continue, adjust or halt the abuse, the ICRC said in a report based on interviews with 14 prisoners in 2007.

One prisoner alleged that medical personnel monitored his blood oxygen levels while he was subjected to waterboarding, a simulated drowning designed to induce panic and widely considered to be torture, the ICRC said.

Other prisoners said that as they stood shackled with their arms chained above their heads, a doctor regularly measured the swelling in their legs and signaled when they should be allowed to sit down.

The ICRC interviewed 14 men who had been held in secret CIA prisons overseas before being sent to the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in 2006.

The 14 are considered by the United States to be "high-value" al Qaeda suspects who plotted or carried out mass murders, including the Sept. 11 attacks and the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings. They had been held by the CIA, most for more than three years, in extreme isolation and had not been allowed contact with each other when the ICRC interviewed them at Guantanamo in November 2007.

DJ Roxy put me on to this

Monday, April 6, 2009

Skribbly St. Croix


Moon in Virgo: All day

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Two Shows One Night Review

First show Lillie Ruth Bussey was super dope! I got a sneak peek of some new material and it is 2X dope. She also hit me in the head with a remix version of "ghosts" one of my fave joints off of her cd. Fresh very fresh indeed I even got a chance to meet her mother and hear her sing and it was sweet! So then we pack up and head to the Mitten in West Philly to see Purple Rhinestone Eagle. They are on tour and graced the hood with some heavy jams. They are so hardcore I wish so many people could have peeped it. I wish I had my video camera. The Pit was wild just what I needed. I picked up a sweet t-shirt and 2cds. I met some really cool people and saw some old friends. One great night of music.

Friday, April 3, 2009

LRB Live at the Rocket Cat Cafe


Thursday, April 2, 2009

Asher Roth

This shit is crazy funny. I miss D'angelo!!

Amiri Baraka

Sonia Sanchez

RES golden boys


MAY 13, 1985 Philadelphia




Nocturnal Skate Shop


Moon in Cancer: All day

Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth

One Leg Up Records recently announced that legendary duo Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth have some left over tracks from their Golden Era.

Recordings from the critically acclaimed and sound changing EP, All Souled Out, the predecessor to Rock & C.L.’s debut album, Mecca And The Soul Brother, have been dug up and put together on a new five track EP.

These tracks from the All Souled Out recording sessions were something of a myth, until a couple leaked onto WBLS’ "In Control" show almost 20 years ago. Now CL and DJ 4XL have hooked up to not only collect these lost tapes, but the tracks were restored to premium quality and sounds. The EP brings the sounds of the late 80’s meshing into the now famous early 90’s sound.

The limited EP, which will only be pressed for 200 copies, is titled Basement Demos. The price for history is not cheap either, as the collector’s item will set you back $80.00.

DJ Premier

DJ Premier, one of Hip Hop’s most coveted producers is having quite a busy year. Aside from starting his own label DJ Premier is also working on projects with rappers Blaq Poet, MC Eiht, and possibly KRS-One.

In a recent interview with Conspiracy Radio, DJ Premier spoke on his upcoming collaborations as well as the current status of Hip Hop.

“The level of the bar was so high that it was really hard to get into Hip Hop unless you really had top-notch skills, beats, rhyming, everything,” DJ Premier explained. “We wanna put that part [to the] forefront. So we’ll do it eventually. It’ll get its spot back, but in the meantime it never died or anything it’s just not as out there as the mainstream watered down rap stuff and that’s cool because it helps us reformat our audience that wants to support this style and the ones that don’t want to support it we’re not making it for them anyway.”

Among the four artists on DJ Premier’s new label, Year Round Records, is Blaq Poet former member of pioneering Queens Hip Hop group Screwball.

“We’re about to drop this album from Blaq Poet. Straight out of Queensbridge. We just shot the video. The album’s called The Blaqprint. That is the official album. I produced the entire album.” A tracklist posted on fansite has reported that Easy Mo Bee and one other producer actually make contributions to Poet's solo debut, distributed through Fat Beats.

Aside from the artists already on his label, DJ Premier’s Year Round Records may also feature albums by KRS-One and MC Eiht.

“I’m thinking about doing a project with MC Eiht [of] Compton’s Most Wanted,” DJ Premier explained to Conspiracy Radio. “We talked about doing an album on my label, and also me and KRS-One talked about doing not Return Of The Boom Bap; we’re gonna do Return Of The Boom Bips. So right now that’s still a go. An all KRS, Premier album would be great.” Besides a "Criminal Minded" update in recent years, the two are best known for their work together between 1993 and 1995, on the self-titled and Return Of The Boom Bap albums. Compton's Most Wanted used Premier to remix their 1992 song "Def Wish II," a song originally have appeared on Music To Driveby.

Jadakiss interview

Jessie Maguire: How far are you into the LOX album?

Jadakiss: We’re trying to make it like an NWA album, no radio songs. Maybe one, if that. New LOX Order is the name of it. We’re probably like 6-7 songs deep. But you gotta get The Last Kiss album first, April 7th, then you get the D-Block compilation, then you get the new LOX album. But you can’t get none of them if you don’t get my album. If you don’t buy my album, they won’t even sell you the other two.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

X Nausea

X upcoming "Total Request Live!" tour

X have announced updated dates for their upcoming "Total Request Live!" tour, where the band will be allowing fans to pick the set list for each show. Voting is open now on the X's TRL tour website. As you can see above, "The Have Nots" is currently the most requested song for the band's first of three NYC shows at Bowery Ballroom. Tickets are still on sale for all three: May 29, May 30, May 31, and the three day pass

My pick;

Digable Planets tour cancelled

In a bit of shuffling, Digable Planets have cancelled their tour with Common Market and Dujeous. According to a post at Hyena Records, "there were 'irreconcilable differences' in Digable Planet's camp, so they've pulled the plug on the entire tour." That includes the show that was supposed to happen at Highline Ballroom in NYC tonight, April 1st (no foolin).


After working in the studio since February, DJ Green Lantern and Hip Hop duo dead prez are ready to release the third installment in their series Turn Off The Radio series.

Entitled Pulse Of The People, Green Lantern and dead prez’s collaborative project will consist of lyrics by and M1 and beats produced entirely by Green Lantern.

According to, Pulse Of The People is "presented in a format that reps the streets and what's happening in the hearts and minds of the people that don't get represented in the mainstream."

Released via Green Lantern's Invasion Music Group/Boss Up Inc, Pulse Of The People will feature appearances by Styles P, Bun B, K'Naan, Chuck D, and Johnny Polygon.

Pulse Of The People will be released on June 23.