Stereo Pictures

revolution

Big L

Ebonics

Flamboyant

August 2, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

Dem No Worry We

Red1 (Rascalz) feat. Afu-Ra

August 2, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

GRAND WIZARD THEODORE la Timisoara

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Un bilet cumparat in avans e 200.000, la data evenimentului la heaven va fi 250.000.
Biletele se vor pune in vanzare din data de 9 Iulie, tot atunci organizatorii vor scrie si locatia de unde.

Biografie:
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GRAND WIZARD THEODORE este recunoscut ca fiind unul dintre cei mai talentati DJ de hip-hop ai tuturor timpurilor. A descoperit pasiunea pentru platane la varsta de 12 ani, mixand alaturi de GRAND MASTER FLASH sau KOOL HERC la celebrele petreceri din Bronx, considerate ca fiind locul de nastere al hiphop-ului. Pe langa talentul de a stapani cele 2 platane, THEODORE este cel care a dus mixing-ul la un alt nivel, la varsta de numai 14 ani transformand pick-up-ul intr-un adevarat instrument muzical printr-o tehnica cunoscuta azi sub denumirea de SCRATCH.
Continua sa faca show-uri alaturi de cei mai mari DJ newyorkezi ai momentului, fiind apreciat pentru atmosfera incendiara pe care o crea la petreceri, tehnicile inovative si incorporarea unor elemente acrobatice care atrageau atentia multimii (mixeaza folosind coatele, picioarele, se leaga la ochi in timpul celor mai complicate rutine, etc). Este vorba despre unul dintre primii DJ care au mixat vreodata la 2 platane.
Alaturi de TUFF CITY CREW, apare si in cel mai important film din istoria hiphopului, celebrul WILD STYLE. Semneaza si coloana sonora a filmului, majoritatea pieselor de pe acest soundtrack fiind inregistrate la el acasa. Astazi, o copie din prima editie a soundtrackului ajunge la preturi astronomice pentru colectionarii de viniluri.
In 2003 apare in filmul SCRATCH, unul dintre cele mai importante documentare muzicale ale acestui deceniu, prezentand procedeul descoperit de el, care a generat in zilele noastre un curent mondial care acum include campionate internationale si are din ce in ce mai multi sustinatori ca gen muzical de sine statator. Atunci cand nu este in turneu, Theodore preda cursuri de DJ-ing la diferite universitati din Statele Unite.

June 30, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | 1 Comment

WTFFFFF??????????????

June 26, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

Natura Noastra

una dintre melodiile mele preferate (zale-natura noastra) pe unu dintre beaturile mele preferate (afu-ra & ky-mani marley – equality)

June 21, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

KRS ONE AND MARLEY MARL MAKE HIPHOP LIVES IN STORES NOW!!!!

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THE REAL HIPHOP IS OVA HERE, ALIVE AND WELL!!

June 2, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

Roots…..I AM HIPHOP

first of all for all the Mtv fuckers and 50 cent lovers , HipHop is a culture not a music genere.and if ur listening to 50,mims and all that wack shit and u think u listening to rap u betta think twice…..that aint rap is just……something else fuckers.

this are some videos that i found real quick on youtube…..ur job is to watch them and dig in to find others and others…….there are sooooo many…..

KNOLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE

Cypress Hill – How I Could Just Kill a Man

Fugees – Nappy Heads

Fugees – Boof Baf

Kanye West ft. Rakim, Nas, & KRS One – Classic

Zack de la Rocha, Krs One, Last Emperor – CIA

KRS-ONE – Sound of da police

Slick Rick – Children’s Story

Krs-One, Mad Lion, Doug E Fresh, Fat Joe, Smif-N-Wessun & J

House of Pain – Fed Up

Blackstar (Mos Def & Talib Kweli) – Definition

Gangstarr – The Militia

Das Efx – Mic Checka

Biz Markie – Just a Friend

Eric B. & Rakim – Don’t Sweat The Technique

RUN-DMC-King Of Rock

Beastie Boys- Intergalatic

May 30, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

my.RAWKUS.com

MY.RAWKUS.COM
We at Rawkus are pleased to announce the opening of my.rawkus.com. For now the site is set as a private invite-only network for all of you to get acquainted with things and begin setting up your profiles. My.rawkus is the place for true hip-hop artists, and fans of real hip-hop — you can do business, socialize, share your music, and network without the bs found at other sites. To join my.rawkus.com in its exclusive, invite-only state, head over HERE, and create your account.


My.rawkus.com is already rapidly growing and many URLs are being snatched up. Hurry and sign up before someone takes your custom URL (my.rawkus.com/profile/YOUR-CUSTOM-NAME)!


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THE RAWKUS 50
Many artist entered for a chance to represent the Rawkus logo — only 50 were selected. Who are the Rawkus 50? Find out HERE.


 

May 24, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

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Be a part of the Talib Kweli community and share your views on :

Current Events affecting Hip Hop, Artists Of The Week, Words Of The Week, and even your own freestyles to share (writtens are welcome too!)

Get on it here 

May 14, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment

HIP HOP APPRECIATION WEEK 2007

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HIP HOP APPRECIATION WEEK

Hip Hop Appreciation Week begins on May 14th 2007 and concludes on May 21st 2007. Hip Hop Appreciation Week began in 1998 as a time set aside every third week in May to acknowledge and appreciate the existence of Hip Hop itself. During this time (May 14th-21st 2007) the Hip Hop community refocuses itself through a collective review and update of its own history and core principles and elements. Principles- peace, love, unity and having fun. Elements- Breakin, Emceein, Graffiti Art, Deejayin, Beat Boxin, Street Fashion, Street Language, Street Knowledge and Street Entrepreneurialism. The idea is to celebrate Hip Hop itself.

During Hip Hop Appreciation Week artists can be asked to give sound advice on what they’ve learned about life and living Hip Hop this year. Schools of all sorts are encouraged to discuss Hip Hop academically and critically amongst its students and teachers. Radio DJs can upgrade their play of “conscious” Rap music over the airwaves and parents can discuss the true meaning and history of Hip Hop with their children. During Hip Hop Appreciation Week the Hip Hop community is encouraged to:

Give the next person the right of way. Allow people to pass you. Do not block a person’s forward movement.

Donate your skill or profession to someone who cannot afford it.

At the supermarket give your change to the person behind you in line.

Be quick to compliment and slow to criticize. Be ready to forgive and move on.

Tithe 10% of your salary this week to your child’s teacher.

Ease a neighbor’s pressure by donating your time toward the assistance of some duty they must undertake. Give of yourself this week.

Let us show our respect for Hip Hop with a sincere respect for one another. Men—support the women in your life. Women—comfort the men in your life. And let us all remain committed to the well-being of our children; they are the reason we do what we do. Love your children. Reserve a special love for them. Give them your time and your attention. Be patient with them. Touch them, hug them, play with them and be sure to teach them, advise them, protect them, discipline them, and most of all LISTEN to them. One of the best ways to teach our children that they are valuable is to value them. Often we must compliment them, point out their special qualities to them, fulfill their prayers, support their legitimate dreams and aspirations and let them know that we are interested in them. They are the future of Hip Hop! The preservation of our children IS the preservation of Hip Hop. HAPPY HIP HOP APPRECIATION WEEK! There it is.

KRS ONE

May 14, 2007 Posted by | HIP HOP (is culture not just music) | Leave a comment