• Put the pressure on ´em ( Week Report No. 2)

    Jul 15 2008, 10h40

    Hey folks,
    I´m back with a new experience to tell. Currently I´m hearing the independent artist "Killer Mike" with his great album "I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind II".

    I like it very much because the topics are really interessting which Mike raps about.
    It´s a fusion of west coast mentality with conscious rap.
    The other what´s really sick is that he made this song called "Pressure" with Ice Cube.
    People around me think that the Nas joint "Be a N*gga, too" and video are great( I think the same) but you´ve to check out this song and the vid. .

    It´s just great in the beginning and the end are speches of Malcom X! and through the whole vid. they use clibs of news.
    That´s what we need tracks which marks the problems of our society so a change can happend.

    Some of my fav. quotes of the song:

    I rather be a dead man as a live slave

    Big Dreams yeah I´m with it for,
    but 20 years of seeling dope just a fucking joke

    both of Mike but Cube´s part is also sick but hear and listen by yourself.

    My fav. Song of the week: Pressure(feat. Ice Cube)

    At least fuck Bush

    greetingz ghost06
  • Some really ill sh*t featuring Smiley The Ghetto Child and Papoose+++ Brand New

    Jul 7 2008, 18h59

    Just found that great vid. of Smiley The Ghetto Child feat. Papoose.
    The beat is great and the lyrics, too. Paps vers kills it.

    Trible Beam - Smiley The Ghetto Child featuring Papoose

    In the beat is a sample of a line of 50 Cent but it´s tight.

    Check it out and post your meaning.

    greetingz ghost06
  • Donuts still delicious and Ace´s the man (Week Report No. 1)

    Jun 23 2008, 17h59

    What a week first I fell in love again with the work of the great J Dilla(RIP).
    Donuts is so amazing and complex.
    One hearing isn´t enough to get the whole magic of the beats.
    Yeah only beats no rappers on it but it´s so great to hear just the music.
    I break my record of most plays in a week of just one album with Donuts.
    Earlier it was 144 plays with Graduation of Kanye West. By the way also an amazing album.
    Now 364 plays with Dilla.
    Just want to show the greatness of the Producer named J Dilla.
    A man who showed me that beats are more as just instrumentals in the background of Hip Hop.
    They are more for minimum the half of the whole what hip hop is about.

    Thanks for that J Dilla and Rest in peace.

    And the other thing I want to mention is the MC Masta Ace.
    His style is such great. I buyed his debut "Take a Look Around" and played it alot in this week.
    He needs more attention cause he´s really gifted rapper. Who puts great meanings in his rhymes which really touching heart.

    Just check out his albums and if you like him join the Fans of Masta Ace group of my friend cob.
    He gave me the advice to check him out thanks for that.

    This was the first report of my musically journey maybe sooner or later it´ll follows more.
    If I got something special to talk about.
  • Lakers got a trade for Gasol

    Fev 4 2008, 13h15

    The Los Angeles Lakers have acquired forward Pau Gasol in a trade with the Memphis Grizzlies, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. The Lakers will also receive the Grizzlies second round draft choice in 2010. In exchange Memphis will receive forward Kwame Brown, guard Javaris Crittenton, guard Aaron McKie (who the Lakers signed earlier today), the draft rights to Marc Gasol and first round picks in 2008 and 2010.

    Gasol, a 7th year player out of Spain, is averaging 18.9 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.44 blocked shots per game this season. The 27 year old 7’0” forward/center has career averages of 18.8 points and 8.6 rebounds. A 2006 NBA All-Star and 2001-02 NBA Rookie of the Year, Gasol also won a gold medal with Spain at the 2006 FIBA World Championships while being named tournament MVP.

    “We’re extremely pleased to be able to make this trade.” said Kupchak. “Pau is a proven player of all-star caliber in this league who can score and rebound and he’s still a young player. We feel this move strengthens our team in the short term as well as the long term.”

    What a great trade the Lakers are going to win the titel.
    The other teams have to watch out.
    Go Laaakers!!

    greetingz ghost06
  • Game working on his last album!!!

    Mai 31 2007, 21h30

    Hi to every game fan and others on Lastfm,

    One of The greatest in the Hip Hop Business Jayceon Terrell Taylor also known by his stage name The Game plans to stop rhyming after the drop of his 3rd studio album.

    Here´s the interview:

    I can understand game´s aspects he reached all what he want but I think it will be a big lost for hip hop if such a great rapper stops rhyming. That´s my opinion.
    If you are an other or the same opion than write a comment please.

    A short discription of Game way to glory:
    The Game was originally signed as an artist on Aftermath Entertainment, but Interscope Records CEO Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre decided to have The Game also work with 50 Cent and G-Unit. The arrangement was to help build a growing buzz around The Game which would also fuel interest in G-Unit. Since then he made numerous cameo appearances in music videos by 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Fabolous. Even at this early stage in his career, he was embroiled in rap feuds associated with G-Unit, including those with Joe Budden, Ja Rule, and Memphis Bleek. His first appearance on a single was on Jim Jones' "Certified Gangstas", before his own single "Westside Story" was released in 2004.

    The original title of the album was Nigga Wit' An Attitude Volume 1 (as can be seen in the lyrics to "Dreams"), but an injunction filed at the request of Eazy-E's widow prevented him from using N.W.A.'s name in the album title. Dr. Dre and 50 Cent were executive producers on The Game's major label debut album, The Documentary, which spawned the hit singles "How We Do" and "Hate It or Love It" (the latter receiving 2 Grammy nominations).[18] The album debuted at number one on the Billboard music charts and was the tenth best selling album of 2005 in the United States. It also debuted at number 7 in the United Kingdom and sold over 5 million copies world wide.

    Due to his disputes with 50 Cent, The Game left Aftermath Entertainment and signed with Geffen Records in order to terminate his contractual obligations with G-Unit in the summer of 2006. The rapper finished working on his sophomore album Doctor's Advocate, which was released on November 14, 2006. This album was set out by The Game to prove that he is able to make good music and be a successful artist without the help of Dr. Dre or 50 Cent. He is also working on getting his own label, The Black Wall Street Records, signed to a distribution label. While The Game originally claimed Dr. Dre would still do production work on the album in the November issue of XXL magazine, he admitted in September (after the XXL interview was conducted) during an interview on radio station Power 105 that Dr. Dre would not be producing any tracks on the album (although four previously unreleased tracks produced by Dr. Dre were released on the internet, but no reason was given as to why they weren't included on the album). The album debuted at number one in the U.S., selling over 358,000 copies its first week.

    In May 2007, The Game said while filming Beef IV, that his tentitive third album would be his last.

    From me a big thanks to Game to show the world where the Gangsters from "Compton". For bringing the West COAST Gangsta rap back to the top and for showing that you can do reach everything if you don´t give up.
    And of course for his great tracks.

    The Game WestCoast Giant Never Forget:

    greetingz ghost06
    PS:GGGGGGG-Unot ;)

    The GameBlack Wall StreetDr. Dre
  • Lego goes Hip Hop "Circle Circle Dot Dot - Jamie Kennedy and Stu Stone"

    Mai 27 2007, 14h05

    check this vid. out it´s hell funny.
    Lego pupils perform hip hop. The track is not bad but look by yourself.

    Here it is Circle Circle Dot Dot:

    greetingz ghost06
  • Videography of the great T.I.

    Mai 23 2007, 15h18

    I have tried to find all vids. of the King of da south.
    For fans and for all who don´t know T.I. .

    His first video I´m Serious feat. Beenie Man:

    Dope Boyz:


    Be Easy:

    Rubberband Man:

    Let´s Get away:

    Bring Em Out:

    You know Me:


    Front Back feat. UGK

    His famous track What you know about that:

    Why you wanna:

    Live in the Sky feat. Jamie Foxx:

    Top Back Remix feat. P$C:

    The first amazing single from T.I. vs. T.I.P. Big Shit Poppin:

    Not a real vid. but it´s the second single You know what it is feat. Wyclef Jean:

    That´s it I hope you see that he is really the King of da south. Join my fan group if you like him.

    T.I. Fans !!!!

    greetingz ghost06
  • New T.I. vid. Big Shit Poppin( Do it)

    Mai 17 2007, 18h58

    Hello everbody,
    The new vid. is now to see by youtube.

    It´s a awesome track and the vid. is great.
    Look by yourself here it is:

    Join my T.I. Fans group if you like.

    T.I. vs. T.I.P. will be a classic!!!!

    greetingz ghost06


    T.I. wants from you to join my T.I. Fans Group, too. ;)
  • My Groups (Memphis Bleek and Red Cafe)

    Mar 17 2007, 21h28

    Everyone who like Red Cafe or Memphis Bleek. Join my groups, if you like.

    Memphis Bleek:

    The Link: Memphis Bleek Group

    Red Cafe:

    The Link for the group from me and my homie Sam:
    Red Cafe Group

    greetingz the ghostrider06
  • Bio. from Memphis Bleek

    Mar 17 2007, 12h24

    We’re going back. Back to the essence of what makes an artist who he is. Back to the source, back to Brooklyn, back to Marcy. Memphis Bleek is taking us back to building 534.
    The long-time Roc-A-Fella lieutenant returns with his fourth album, 534, named in honor of the place that formed him. Featuring production by Swizz Beats, Just Blaze and underground hip-hop sensation, 9th Wonder, and appearances by Jay-Z and M.O.P., this album is the most crystal clear representation of Bleek that you’ll hear.

    While the making of Bleek’s last album, M.A.D.E., was clouded by personal troubles concerning the health of his brother, 534 was produced with the kind of clarity that only a true artistic hunger can provide.

    The recording of the album began at the home of Roc-A-Fella A&R (and engineer extraordinaire) Gimmel “Young Guru” Keaton. Before Keaton had even set up house, Bleek was, quite literally, in the building. According to Keaton, it was a bare bones studio set up and a few floor heaters. Keaton tapped his go to production sources, like Just Blaze and 9th Wonder, and Bleek recorded the blueprint for the album.

    According to Bleek, the setup was key to defining the tone of the album, “I just wanted to get back to the place where I started. Go back to what I’m all about. It’s like when I first started rhyming. I had a friend who was a DJ and we’d make records at his place. We’d use the headphones as a microphone. We just wanted to be making music; we had to be doing it. We were that hungry.”

    This unpretentious hunger is the theme of the album. From the stark black and white cover art, to the remarkably consistent dark soul sound, 534 is the kind of consistent statement that is all too rare in contemporary hip-hop.

    After the album-opening, “Dear Summer,” by Jay-Z, in which the God MC passes the baton to his protégé, Bleek proceeds to give the album-long performance that believers always knew he had in him.

    On the lead single, “Like That,” Bleek expertly rides a skipping Swizz Beats track. You can file the song next to the stack of infectious singles that Bleek has punched out over his career, from, “Round Here,” to, “Is That Your Chick.” And for those of us who can’t get through a week without some punchlines dipped in venom, Bleek addresses the beef and the hate on “Hater Free,” taking a rather refreshing non-confrontational route.

    According to Bleek, “I’m not concerned with all that stuff, man. I’m worried about myself and my fam, I’m not trying to get into contests with these other rappers and these haters.” To that end, Bleek brushes it all off his shoulder, with lines like, “I ain’t got no hate, just some great advice: keep getting money, live your life.”

    Throughout the album Bleek displays a refined and tightened flow, and a new lyrical dexterity. He uses his shined up skills for some ol’ “how about some hardcore,” with label mates, M.O.P., on “First, Worst, Last,” where he holds his own with his fellow Brooklynites’ particular brand of, “fiyah!”

    The real pleasure of 534, however, is the emotional depth that Bleek finds on songs like, “Straight Path,” a chilling picture of loss and the tug of war between the trife life and the straight path. It’s a stark portrait of a life where, “when the gun burn, everything thing you were taught, you must unlearn,” as Bleek breaks it down with desolate wisdom.

    It’s the kind of insight that an artist can only find when he breaks everything down to essentials, to the essence. “I feel like in some ways, this is like the first album of a new career,” says Bleek. “It’s like this is an opportunity for me to kind of remind everyone where I’m coming from, and who I am. I’m ready, man. I already ate what they gave me on the plate, and I’m ready for more.”
    Memphis BleekJay-ZM.O.P.