Monthly archive January, 2012

Blogger combs the records of early 90s LA, pinpoints Ice Cube’s “Good Day”

Blogger Donovan Strain over at MurkAvenue.com took O’Shea Jackson (Ice Cube died awhile ago) at his word and hit the virtual record books using Today was a Good Day as his criteria- and has determined January 20th, 1992 as the day behind the song. Take a look at his sleuthing below and go to MurkAvenue.tumblr.com...

Clear Soul Forces – Get No Better (Track & Video)

Clear Soul Forces – Get No Better Part of Detroit’s new generation of Hip Hop The Clear Soul Forces dropped the video for Get No Better, from their forthcoming LP (I’ve read like 4 different titles for the LP) Detroit #REVOlutions, dropping (3/13) in 2012. The track is produced by venerable Cali producer Kankick and...

Common – Celebrate (Video)

In an album stacked up to the neck with incredible cuts by No ID & Common, I thought Celebrate was one of the best of the entire LP. Common recently wrapped the visual component to Celebrate, and celebration is certainly the order of the day in this video. I thought the concept for the video...

Busta Rhymes, Layzie Bone, Twista, and Jaz-O – 60 second Assassins (Kayslay

The video for DJ Kayslay’s rogues’ gallery of speedrappers 60 Second Assassins dropped today and while the cut is from nearly two years ago judging by Twista’s “2010″ proclamation- it’s a dope cut nonetheless and the new video serves as a solid intro to the track if you missed out on it. While the Araabmusik...