I Go Off

November 13, 2009

Beanie Sigel (feat. 50 Cent): “I Go Off”

Not mad at this one at all.  It looks like the beef is beginning to officially unravel…It’s only a matter of time before an official diss record is underway.

Respond Jay!  Make some history!

Via Miss Info.


It’s Funky Enough

November 6, 2009

Finally stopped tripping and picked this up on 12″ yesterday, after passing it up a handful of times.  Not really sure why I avoided buying this so many times, but obviously I wasn’t thinking straight.  Plus, it contains the acappella, which is getting me digging for a fitting beat to drop a remix to.  The D.O.C. was so ill back in the day, and I’m quickly realizing I need to do more homework on his short-lived career.  Oh, and that “Misdameanor” sample kills it.  Shout out to Foster Sylvers!

Pete Rock on Toca Tuesday

November 4, 2009

Pete Rock Set on Toca Tuesday (11/3)

The Boy Wonder himself played a set on Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesday (Shade45 Radio) yesterday, to bless us hip-hop heads with exclusives from Slum Village, Cypress Hill, Styles P, etc.  I saw the mighty Pete Rock play a set in SF a couple years back, and earned even more respect for the man that could easily be considered the G.O.A.T. hip-hop producer.

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50 Cent Starting A War?

November 4, 2009

Good timing too…What would an album release from the G-Unit general be without some sort of beef to fuel it?  Recently, 50 got on the radio with Beanie Sigel to talk all things Jay-Z.  More specifically, how he messed up in the whole Roc-a-Fella split, including turning his back on his most loyal label mate and friend.

In the end of the interview, it seems that a G-Unit deal between Sigel and 50 is underway (again), which will just add fuel to the fire.  Honestly, Beanie getting a record deal is something that needs to happen, so why not G-Unit Records?

I’m really hoping this is only the beginning to the 50/Jay war, because this would be a healthy feud for hip-hop.  Jay-Z is getting a little too comfortable in his spot, and 50 would love such a challenge from the jigga man.  50 FTW?  We all know Jay-Z can make an effective diss record (“Takeover” anyone?), but I can’t wait to hear the track that 50 will drop.  He’s a nasty dude, and his new album Before I Self Destruct is significantly better than Blueprint 3 if you ask me.  Get him Fif!

Via NR.