Friday, 29 July 2011
01. Start the Show (feat. Raekwon and RZA)
02. Laced Cheeba (feat. Ghostface, Sean Price and Trife Diesel)
03. Diesel Fluid (feat. Method Man, Trife Diesel and Cappadonna)
04. Played By The Game
05. The Black Diamonds (feat. Ghostface, Roc Marciano and Killa Sin)
06. Legendary Weapons (feat. Ghostface, AZ and M.O.P.)
07. Never Feel This Pain (feat. Inspectah Deck, U-God and Tre Williams)
08. Angels Got Wings
09. Drunk Tongue (feat. Killa Sin)
10. 225 Rounds (feat. U-God, Cappadonna, Bronze Nazareth and RZA)
11. Meteor Hammer (feat. Ghostface, Action Bronson and Termanology)
12. Live Through Death
13. Only the Rugged Survive (feat. RZA)
Thursday, 21 July 2011
Wednesday, 20 July 2011
Saw this on hyb and forgot to nick it, It looks like this is becoming some sort of urban sport with pics and clips like this popping up everywhere, get caught in a tunnel, hide the paint and put on a french accent!! sweet as a nut!
Friday, 15 July 2011
Monday, 11 July 2011
Big up the mighty Shucks One and the Kool Skool blog for making this video!!
You get to see evrything that was there instead of a few dodgy pics i just posted!!
make sure you check out the Kool Skool blog below......
And then click on the London Handstyles site if You dont have a book!!
Sunday, 10 July 2011
Click below to listen/download..
Quick 10 mins with sesh and will....Big Up Jimmy Chiba with the camera!
Thursday, 7 July 2011
The trailer for the Michael Rapaport-directed documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest has been released. The movie focuses on the pioneering hip hop group, A Tribe Called Quest, and the 20-year-relationship between childhood friends Phife Dawg and Q-Tip.
The film compiles concert footage in addition to personal interviews from artists influenced by the group—including Mos Def, Common, Ludacris, ?uestlove, Beastie Boys and Pharrell Williams. The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is set for release on July 8, 2011. John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter said of the film, “Though it may not have much of an audience beyond the band's fan base, it offers enough context to serve as a primer on the hugely influential Native Tongues clique and should have life on home-vid.”
The film is not without controversy as Q-Tip has repeatedly denounced it. Back in December, the rapper took to Twitter to vent his frustrations, writing that Rapaport “should respect the band enough to honor our request regarding the film.” He has since said that the director’s crew worked to remove Tribe members as producers and forced them to forgo their creative input.
Look's like it will be a good watch!