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Posted in HIP HOP, JAY Z, MUSIC, RAP with tags , , , on July 28, 2009 by valentiner0918

So I’m watching these videos posted by some guy claiming that just about every black celebrity is a masonic satanic worshipper. Masons are a fraternity of men that date back along time and then there are free masons which are more of a black frat. There has been record of a lot of high influence individuals being Masons. What a Mason is, has a lot of different views. Some say they are satanic secret society, others say it’s a organization for the better of man. I don’t know. But even the dollar bill has the emblem of the masons (eye of the pyramid) which most if not all presidents are said to be. EVEN BARACK. A brother who told me he was a free mason told me they believed black man is the original god and responsible for the pyramids in Egypt and even the greatest of scholars can’t figure out how these spectacles were created. I want everyone to watch these videos and comment on them. Everyone from Jamie Foxx, Denzel to Nelly to A.I to Russell Simmons are said to be required to have sex with men to be apart of the Masons. But let me know what you think, there isn’t a bunch of concrete evidence but interesting nevertheless.



December Starving Artist of the Month: LOW

Posted in ARTIST OF THE MONTH, BALTIMORE RAP, EMCEES, HARM CITY GUNNERS, HIP HOP, low, RAP, STARVIN ARTIST with tags , , on December 6, 2007 by valentiner0918

m_6d96331b32410de1f6fd6df4ead673fd.jpgHEADLING WITH GUCCI MANE

Low, head man of the Harm City Gunners has qualified as December’s Starving Artist of the Month. Low’s first single Ridin Clean has been a hit every since it’s hit the myspace last year. There will be a Q&A with Low about his up and coming album, his style of music and his influence.



Posted in EMCEES, pimp c, RAP, Uncategorized with tags , , on December 4, 2007 by valentiner0918


It has been reported that Chad Butler also known as Pimp C has been found dead in a hollywood hotel this morning. A friend identified the body as Pimp C. At 33 years of age he was apart of the legendary rap duo UGK with Bun B.

Details of the death are unknown but R.I.P and you wont find too many southern rap groups with the influence of UGK. Further info is tba.

Joe Buddens VS. Ransom

Posted in HIP HOP, RAP with tags , , , on November 10, 2007 by valentiner0918

Ransom so much harder than Joe Buddens but Ran definetly taking da L in their recent beef. I just want yall to weight in on da situation cause both dudes are nice but I mess wit Ransom way harder. Listen to all the tracks, it’s about 6 of them… give me your thought’s on whose at the forefront.


Posted in American Gangster, HIP HOP, JAY Z, MUSIC, RAP, RAP REVIEW with tags , , on November 9, 2007 by valentiner0918



Skeptics stand corrected, Haters are bopping their heads in the privacy of their own homes and Camron’s no where to be found. American Gangster is a project reminiscent of Jiggas Reasonable Doubt days with a blend of his Blue Print days. Jay Z managed to do what nobody else has been able to do… Have everything and rap like he has nothing.

This project has everything you look for from a street artist whose spending all his money on his own promotion and copies of his CD. You can literally let the CD bump from beginning to end. I have heard complaints on only two tracks, 2 (pray) and 6 (Roc boys) but everyone won’t like every song. Is it me or does Jay Z seek out features to the only two artist that he’s been compared to in recent years (Lil Wayne and Nas)? And is it me or does he go out on a extra limb and absolutely Burry Lil Wayne on track 4 entitled (Hello Brooklyn).  Maybe I’m feeding too much into it. The construction of the album is phenomenal and if you are one of those quick judges, listen to 5. no hook, 8. I know, 10. ignorant shit feat.Beans, 11. say hello, 12. Success feat. Nas. It’s no way in hell you won’t appreciate those tracks and if you don’t than you need to dig your head out of your ass.

The first single BLUE MAGIC is a bonus track as is the title track American Gangster, so you have to sit through 13 tracks of straight crack before you get to something familiar. I haven’t heard subject matter and lyrical content this sick and Jay with this much swag since Blue Print. With bars like, I aint no ordinary nigga/ look around this ain’t what ordinary gets ya/ extraordinary figures, im an extraordinary nigga/ and i used to give a shit/ now i couldn’t give a shit more/ truth be told i had more fun when i was piss poor/ I’m pissed off/ is this what success all about/ a bunch of niggas acting like bitches with big mouths…. JEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZ, tell me that ain’t classic Jay- LET DAT BITCH BREATH JAY. HAHAHAHA.

But even through being a fan of Jay as a Hip Hop fan this is a must have. This will be one of those albums that illustrate what the music is all about. One of those classics like Illmatic, Ready to Die, and All Eyez on Me and if not it’ll definitely be honorable mentions. Get this album, Get this album, Get this album, I implore you. If American Gangster not in your rotation right now you missed the boat because JAY DEFINITELY RECLAIMED THE THRONE WITH THIS ONE !!!!!!!


Posted in HIP HOP, MUSIC, RAP, RAP REVIEW on October 26, 2007 by valentiner0918


What do you call hip hop? What has hip hop become? The culture of hip hop is great but some would say the music has taken a turn for the worst and is in a bit of a omnipresent slump. With Jigga in his latter years, who is  to be at the forefront of hip hop? There is nobody who has come to the forefront that can make music for all genres of hip hop and relate to every fan. Everyone caters to a 1 dimensional audience. 2 PAC, Biggie, Nas, and Jay Z are the best for a reason. They had their thumb in the streets, their index finger in socially conscience music, their middle finger in the commercial aspect, their ring finger in the club, and their pinky swirling the mix.

No one has been able to step up to the plate and represent hip hop as a whole. 50 cents not skilled enough to do it, Kanye West not in touch with the streets enough to do it, Lil Wayne not smart enough to do it, T.I on his way to jail, Game to absorbed in frivolous beef and “the blood gimmick” and most of our top selling rappers wouldn’t be able to handle the responsibility or be strong enough to hold up to the number of challengers on deck. Rappers back down to other strong rappers when there’s a discussion on who’s the best, the leader we need would accept nothing less.

So what do we respect more nowadays, lyrical artist or the gimmick filled music. The whole i got shot, I’m a crip, I’m a blood, walk it out, pop lock and drop it, 2 step, superman music or the Blue Magic, I’m black, Why, One Mic, Big Brother etc. Mainstream has definitely took a turn towards the southern movement which I hate to say lacks creativity because it’s creative in it’s own right but the lyrical content is obviously inferior to the east coast artist. I believe artist like T.I, Ludacris, Scarface, Bun B, Weezy are lyrically inclined. Exluding Scarface, I believe their range is limited or they at least limit their range regarding subject matter.

Should we be ashamed of the turn that the music has taken…. NAW, change is always good and hip hop is a cycle that always goes back to the roots. The south, the west coast, the mid west and the east coast will all have a strong hold on the game for a period of time. So if you are a hip hop fan stay open to the different genre’s, indulge in hip hop as a whole, don’t limit yourself, understand before you criticize. Although different the music is still good, you just won’t find a whole bunch of versatility in most artist anywhere.



Posted in BALTIMORE RAP, HAZARDOUS, HIP HOP, MUSIC, RAP, STARVIN ARTIST with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 24, 2007 by valentiner0918

MY NAME IS HAZ!!!!!!Baltimore Artist Haz is the epitome of a starving artist. Starting his own movement called Hazardous Inc. he knew if he didn’t do for himself that it wouldn’t get done. Scratching and scrambling to get his bread up like true hustlers do, Haz has began taking the Maryland scene by storm. Getting on his grind, he purchased his own studio equipment and set it up in the attic. He taught himself how to engineer the Cubase software and Hazardous Inc. was off and running.

Haz know’s you gotta look a like a star if you want to be a star. This starving artist appears to be eating well, whether he’s throwing a couple hundred dollars in the crowd or flashing his watch and chain you just know he has the showmanship to make it. He dropped his first official project, Black Scully Land and moved most of his units out of a flea market in Baltimore. With witty rhymes and a gritty subject matter of real life in the hood Haz was getting attention all around. He was the Style Wars champion at Baltimore Club 5 seasons, landed a gig opening up for Slick Rick at club Sonar, was the headliner for his own show in College Park, Md. along with many other shows.

His sophomore project, Home of Heroine is nothing short of a master piece. One of the best projects by an independent artist, bar none. The opening track is a proper introduction wit lines like, “Baltimore gotta lotta niggaz  doin dey thing, so who da fuck told Bossman that he was the king/ now i aint hating, I’m just waiting for my chance to show I’m true to dis, been here 4 a while naw homie i aint new 2 dis/truthfully I’m used to dis my music bang and disturb the peace like my name was Ludacris.” He even goes on a limb to tell 92q DJ Hazardous Material who da real Haz is on a dis track. The real Haz called Haz Mat. out at a battle at the 5 seasons after Haz Mat. proclaimed he was the real Hazardous but backed down from a battle for the name. “…cut his dreads off, leave em like puffy wit no lox, dis when da show stop…n put a couple shots in his face like bot-ox…”

The lyrical content is off the meat rack and he can definetly get with the best of them. Most people know about Comp, Mullyman, Skarr Akbar, Tim Trees, Backland, Bossman, Los and the likes of those dudes in Baltimore. But I will stand by this statement none of those artist are capable of making a project as strong as Home Of Heroine. A battle is cool to win but Haz is a ARTIST and hands down has the best album in Baltimore.