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Hip Hop Lives

New krs track produced by marley marl!.. fresh video aswell

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Killaahh Dubz!!!

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What I’m on…

The Bug – Poison Dart feat. Warrior Queen

By far one the biggest tunes I’ve seen in a while. Love the video, love the tune.

Love love LOve.

Mitte kudasai minasan! Omoshiroi desuyo! Tanoshinde!

Jamatta!

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Howdy!

Howdy!, finally on this blog shit now.. and i can start it off by giving you the proper pitch mix!

PROPER MIX FINALLY – PITCHSTER

yaboypitchster

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New Tip

Im REALLY feeling this

and 50% of the album – there are some fucking great tracks on there….”The Official” is huge too

Q-TIP – PASSES YOU BY

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Busta

New busta shiznit- Straight FIRE!!!!

Cant wait to get my greasy mits all over a copy

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After breaking out last year with a handful of large-scale festival performances from the reunited Rage Against the Machine, this summer’s Rock the Bells tour will feature appearances by A Tribe Called Quest, Nas, Mos Def, De La Soul, Rakim and the reunited Pharcyde, among others.

The traveling hip-hop festival will visit amphitheaters in 10 major North American cities, beginning July 19 in Chicago, and wrapping Aug. 30 in Vancouver. This year marks the first time Rock the Bells will visit Toronto (July 20), Vancouver and Philadelphia (Aug. 3).

“They asked me, and I immediately decided to do it,” A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip tells Billboard. “With the amazing lineup, Rock the Bells is definitely this summer’s must see show. Plus, Rock the Bells has given me the opportunity to reunite with my legendary cohorts — Ali and Phife — and premiere my latest material from ‘The Renaissance.'”

Also on the bill in various markets are Santogold, Spank Rock, Kid Sister, Jay Electronica, Wale, Flosstradamus, the Cool Kids, Method Man & Redman, Raekwon & Ghostface (Cuban Linx), Immortal Technique, Dead Prez, Murs and Kidz In the Hall, along with hosts Supernatural and B-Real of Cypress Hill.

“Our thought is that we always want to put together a well-rounded bill that represents a lot of different facets of live hop-hop,” Rock the Bells founder and organizer Chang Weisberg of Guerilla Union tells Billboard.com.

Following festival dates in North America, a number of acts on the bill will travel overseas for Rock the Bells concerts in Europe and Japan, beginning Sept. 20 at the 02 Arena in London. “We are continually trying to push the envelope so we can continue to support these artists and their careers globally,” Weisberg notes.

Along with Rage Against The Machine, last year’s Rock the Bells featured performances by the Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Immortal Technique, Jedi Mind Tricks, the Roots, Sage Francis, Mos Def, EPMD and MF Doom. Twelve shows tracked by Billboard Boxscore grossed $14.5 million and drew more than 203,000 concertgoers.

OK SO DOOM AINT COMING BUT IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE A NON WATERED DOWN VERSION OF THIS – BUT AT THE O2?

NO THANKS

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