Monthly Archives: December 2007

Shadowboxin’ – 50 Cent / The GZA

50 Cent responds to less than flattering comments made about the G-Unit boss by Wu-Tang’s GZA during his recent solo tour.

If you missed it here’s a clip of GZA in London earlier this month.

Get At Me – Mr. Porter

LittleBrotherTV speaks to producer Mr. Porter (D12, Pharoahe Monch, Busta Rhymes etc) about his role in LB’s recent “Getback” album.

End Of An Era – Jay-Z

Following Jigga’s announcement that he’s stepping down from his executive Def Jam position, RealTalkNY.Net have put together this entertaining recap of his time in charge featuring clips of LL Cool  J, Redman, Beanie Sigel etc.

A Bronx Tale – Fat Joe

Further to my previous Fat Joe post, here’s the full RealTalkNY.Net interview with the Terror Squad leader.

What’s The 411? – Mary J.Blige

Hot 97’s Angie Martinez interviews the undisputed Queen Of Hip-Hop Soul about her new album “Growing Pains”.

Gilla House Check – Redman

Reggie Noble talks to DubCNN.Com about being an OG in the game and moving with the times.

The World’s Greatest Entertainer – Doug E. Fresh

Beatboxing legend and old-school icon Doug E. Fresh is interviewed at the opening of Tampa’s Hip-Hop Soda Shop.

Stages And Lights – Grand Puba / Sadat X / Greg Nice / DITC

Footage from last week’s “Classic Hip-Hop For The Holiday” SOB’s show featuring Grand Puba, Sadat X, DJ Alamo, Greg Nice, Lord Finesse, O.C., A.G. etc.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Part Six

Me Against The World – Nas

Mr. Jones rips through “Hate Me Now” during this week’s show at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.

Future Shock – Newcleus

Brooklyn-based 80s electro favourites Newcleus perform the classic “Jam On It” in Anaheim, California earlier this year.

Can-I-Bus? – Busta Rhymes

Bus-A-Bus proves he’s still got rhymes galore at the recent opening of Tampa’s Hip-Hop Soda Shop.

Outta Here – Mad Skillz

Having blessed us for a number of years now with his humorous and witty “Rap Up” cuts, Mad Skillz puts a new twist on his trademark annual twelve month summary by recording a video for 2007’s edition.

Thursday Throwback (Part 5) – Run-DMC

Run-DMC – “Christmas In Hollis” (Profile / 1987)

Happy Holidays Y’all!!!!

In The Studio – Vitamin D

Seattle-based producer Vitamin D shows Crossfader.Com the creative process that’s allowed him to work with both underground favourites (Rhymesayers) and mainstream giants (G-Unit).

New Joint – Joe Budden

Lifted from his latest mix CD “Mood Musik III”, Joe Budden’s “Invisible Man” is produced by none other than the UK’s very own Chemo.

Original Gangsta – Ice-T

Early footage of the West Coast pioneer from 1984’s United Street Force Tour.

Alpha Gangster – Alpha-bet / Jay-Z

Guess what? Yep, that’s right, another “American Gangster” remix project, this time coming from Detroit-based producer Alpha-bet. Sounds like it could be interesting though based on the track snippets included in this trailer.

Master Of Records – Afrika Bambaataa

One of Hip-Hop’s founding fathers brings some back-in-the-day Boogie Down Bronx beats to Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Turntable Tactics – Ill Insanity

Influential New York deejay Rob Swift introduces his new crew Ill Insanity alongside co-members Total Eclipse and Precision.

Ill Insanity’s album “Ground Xero” drops February 2008.


BK All Day! – Kel Spencer

Newcomer Kel Spencer hits the promotional trail to raise awareness of his new mix CD “Brooklyn Spartans”.