Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Throat Chop Express feat OctoMom, Tiger Woods, Gary Coleman & Robby from City High

This video is hilarious, well, actually all of his videos are hilarious, feel free to follow ThroatChopU on Twitter!!!

Cash Money Records in the Oil Business

CEOs Bryan “Baby” and Ronald “Slim” Williams are venturing into one of the most lucrative business in the world, Gas and Oil. The name is a combination of  Bronald Oil & Gas the William brother’s first name Bryan and Ronald. Bronald Oil & Gas, LLC is an independent oil and gas company focused, on the exploration, production and development of oil and gas reserves from conventional and unconventional formations. The Company is initially focused on exploration and development properties in Osage County, Oklahoma, as well as in Texas and Louisiana in the United States and in Central America.
Bronald’s long-term strategy is to grow through development and via the acquisition of prospective acreage that complements its existing assets and exploits the abilities of the Company’s technical resources.

New Mixtape: Da U Boys - We All We Got

Da U Boys "We All We Got" is available for download. I encourage all to check out this tape. It features, Jay Da Menace, Mr. Meana & Youngn and also their Debut single "Boyfriend" that's now rockin in the streets of New Orleans.

We All We Got

1. Questions
2. See No Evil ft. Jay Da Menace
3. Boyfriend
4. Feel Me
5. We Do This ft. Jay Da Menace
6. Da U
7. LikeYeeeah
8. Realshit! (StraitJigg Solo)
9. Ima Beast
10. Motivation
11. Keep Movin ft. Mr. Meana, Youngn
12. N.O. Murder Rate ft. Jay Da Menace, Mr. Meana

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Saints Fan Reactions During the Game

frenchquarter 0141Penny Cheramie and T-Man, both of Larose, cheer from their seats at Deanie's Seafood Restaurant in the French Quarter as the Saints scored their first touchdown on Sunday.
Generosity abounded in the French Quarter during the first half of tonight's New Orleans Saints game. As Kenneth "Zulu" Breaux arrived at the corner of Bourbon and Iberville streets via his wheelchair, with his "who dat" dog as his best friend, named "Pappa Joe," aboard for a ride, he was graciously given a Reggie Bush jersey by Michael Dugas of Westwego.
"Daddy's getting a brand new shirt," Breaux cried to Pappa Joe. "Awe, I can't believe this. This is so nice. And it fits me perfect."
Breaux, a resident of N. Miro street in new Orleans, is a local artist. He said he paints "oils, murals, who dats and all of that!"
Troy Rosamond of Jefferson has been a saints fan since 1967. He was standing outside Deanie's Restaurant in the French Quarter for kickoff of the NFC championship game.
"I had to be here with my homies," Rosamond said. "I had to be here for the celebration."

Rosamond, a financial director for Southern United States Trade Association, has been a regular at Deanie's throughout this glorious saints season, he said.
He went on: "W've been wandering in the desert. Joshu is blowing his horn; we're in the promised land, BABY."
"I'm a grown man, but I'm gonna cry tonight," Rosamond said.
The stuffed crab balls at Deanie's was a reason, but not the biggest reason, to draw Willie Robert of Edgard to the French quarter this evening.
As he exited his cab, Robert said he had to come to new Orleans "to see what happens."
"I was a Green Bay fan growing up, not really into football. But I love the Saints and I'd love to see them win. If they do," Robert said, "I'm buying myself a saints shirt."
Jennifer Schuelki, 30, of Austin, and Elizabeth Montalbano, 38, of Zachary, exited the Bourbon Strip Tease Shop, featuring adult lingerie and adult gifts, just as Drew Brees and the boys were driving down the field over the Vikings and every other barroom on Bourbon echoed with cheers.
"We don't have tickets and they do, so we are going to find something in here to surprise them when they come walking down bourbon street after the game," the girls said, referring to their significant others.
They each found a teeny weeny saints bikini.
Behind the famous glass doors of Galatoire's on Bourbon Street were two of the saddest faces. Maitre d' David Payne and waiter Bryan Casey were close to tears as they stared through the glass across the street to a television in site.
"Our cable went out," Payne explained. "We were supposed to show the game in here and in the kitchen for our staff but we don't have any cable. Do you have cox cable's number?" he pleaded.
It was standing-room-only at Jean Lafitte's Old Absinthe House. Standing side by side were Ryan and Cayce Sartor from Monroe, La. The couple drove in for every Saints home game this season and weren't about to change things for tonights NFC championship.
"They have a great jukebox. They let me sing Frank Sinatra and the Saints are going to win tonight," Ryan Sartor said.
At Desire, an oyster bar on Bourbon Street, Sonny Hendricks, of Jackson, Miss., and Rachel McMullen of Baton Rouge shared a window table; the best of both worlds. They witnessed the sights along Bourbon and only had to turn their heads slightly to find the nearest television.
"The saints are going to win, of course," Hendricks said.
Daniel Jenkins, John Johnson and Michael Ross, three Bourbon Street teenage tapdancers, never took a break during the first quarter of tonight's game.
"We make a lot of money," Ross said. We've been doing this for years."
Ed and Jane Pavek are from Minneapolis, work in Minneapolis but they sure do love new Orleans.
"I'm a veterinarian in Minneapolis and I came to new Orleans in 1976 to help out at the SPCA," Pavek said. "I ended up staying three years."
Pavek clutched a plastic grocery bag containing several voodoo dolls.
"I bought them all up so you people couldn't play any tricks on us," he said with a big smile.
"We can't lose tonight," he said. "either way we win. We love both these teams. And we love this city."

via: Times-Picayune

New Orleans Saints Tribute Songs Playlist

In the city that gave birth to Jazz, you know it had to happen. Saints and Super Bowl anthems have begun to spring up around New Orleans and the internet. Below are the over 50 local tracks submitted by bands around the country.
As the New Orleans Saints edge closer the the Super Bowl, please keep the anthems coming!
If you have a song you'd like to submit to our New Orleans Saints playlist, email NOLA.com now.
Or, you can upload your New Orleans Saints sing-a-long video and we'll feature it on our site.

Current New Orleans Saints playlist:
  • Cyril Neville and Norman Caesar "What You Think About Them Saints"
  • Village Block Party "Wit da Saints"
  • Aaron Neville, Theresa Andersson, Ivan Neville, Matt Perrine and more "Glory Bound"
  • Caesar, Bizzy B and Deja Vu "My Town"
  • Karl Stiegman "Saints are Real at Last"
  • Hertzock "Who Dat"
  • Kermit Ruffins "A Saints Christmas"
  • Sick Like Sinatra "About the Saints"
  • Dee-1, Shamarr Allen "Bring 'em to the Dome"
  • Michael Batiste "Who Dat"
  • Greg Barnhill, Will Robinson "All I Want for Christmas is the Saints to Win"
  • Jep Epstein, "Heaven's 'bout to Make the News"
  • Zigaboo Modeliste, "Let's Get Fired Up"
  • Dat Boi Pantha, "Who Dat (Put da hurt on 'em)"
  • K. Gates, "Black & Gold"
  • BlackCa$h and Vankese, "Hi-5 Saints Song"
  • Dem Boys, "Roll with the Black and Gold"
  • Dappa, "Win Again"
  • B. Love, "Imma Saints Fan"
  • David Newman, "Super Bowl Mambo"
  • Page 1NE, "Saints (Whoop 'em)"
  • Supagroup, Back in the Game
  • MoJEAUX, Black and Gold Superbowl
  • MCJ, City of New Orleans
  • muNE, The Saints Anthem
  • Down, On March the Saints
  • The Pin Stripe Brass Band, Them Saints on a Roll
  • Weather, Who Dat Fever
  • Angelo "Ace'Lo" Jackson, Who Dat Saints
  • Trey Banks & J. John, Who Dat Saints
  • William 'Doc' Belisle, "New Orleans Saints"
  • Bossman, "Black and Gold"
  • The Williams Riley Band, "Black and Gold"
  • Dee 1, "Drew Brees"
  • Delicious Blues Stew, "Superdome"
  • Arden Lo, "The Saints be Rollin'"
  • Lafayette's Bayou Boys, "The Saints Bandwagon"
  • Bootcamp, "Undefeated"
  • Arden Lo, "Who Dat Nation"
  • Slim Bezzle, "Who Dat"
  • David Newman, "Who Dat Dream"
  • Fred and Lauren "Saints go all the way"
  • Michael Lewis "4th and Long"
  • T. Blakes "I Believe"
  • Sharon and Success Band"Them Saints are on the Move"
  • Red Neck Rapper "Super Bowl Roll"
  • Drew Cooke "The Legond of St. Breesy"
  • Wes Cassady "The Unknown Who Dat"
  • Johnny Chauvin "Watching them Play"
  • J.R. Powell "Who Dat Boy"
  • Lee Williams "Who's G'on Wid Dat Supa Bowl V. 2"
  • Bootcamp "Super Bowl Party"
  • DJ Dub Hubble "Who Dat City"
  • Cood D & Nickel Slick " Repect Da Saints

Thursday, January 21, 2010

S8ighty - Take it Slow

Here's a new track from S8ighty check it out, let us know what you think and give us or him some feedback!!!


Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Interview: 11wdNick

Who is UNK (Nick) and where are you from?

UNK or 11wdNick to some is a talented aspiring videographer/filmmaker in tha making. From tha mean skreets of Uptown N.O. (New Orleans)

How did you begin doing media work?

Well it started as an outlet for attention with me and my homie. Something to do while my kids were in the bed at night and I was bore, I quickly realized that I like editing videos and was pretty descent at it. So I kind of found my calling on accident.

Where would you like your work and talent regarding video and media to take you?

Hopefully to a career!! #NJO I have visions or plans to shoot a local straight to DVD (and a bootleg man near you) New Orleans Hood movie a’la (Baller Blockin, I'm Bout It..etc) and I want to do an entertainment show focusing solely on the music, fashion, party scene of New Orleans, filming/editing Music Videos for up and coming local acts or even directing/filming Porn. ALL IN NEW ORLEANS!

Do you feel your work will set you apart from others and how so?

I feel my work will set me apart from others because I have a different fresher view. Wit a gritty street edge...plus Im still learning all I can learn to hone my craft..So I can only get better with time… and imma put mo work into my projects den a pimp wit one hoe..

How can people get in contact with you?

You can reach me @ lightbrownent.gmail.com, YouTube www.youtube.com/light11brown, Facebook www.facebook.com/11wdnick, MySpace www.myspace.com/11wdnic, or follow me on Twitter www.twitter.com/11wdnick. I’m everywhere!.

Thank you for your time, before we go, is there anything you like to add?

Yeah I would like to thank The Sweet Lyfe Blog and its readers for this opportunity I aint never been interviewed by nobody but the police so this is kind of a big deal for me. I want to shout out my COMITTY we run Twitter my GODJSLA family & TEAMCUTTIN.
Remember the face, memorize the name, I’m 11wdNick. I represent New Orleans and we want our shine. NOW!!

Lil Boosie - 4 Walls to a Cell

1. Project Baby
2. Niggaz In Trouble
3. Free At Last
4. Showing Up
5. Boomerang
6. I Wonder
7. Where Would I Be
8. Got U Where I Wanna
9. Gangsta
10. Greenlight Special
11. My Brothers Keeper
12. Untouchable
13. Niggas Owe Me
14. Grindin
15. Boosie We Gonna Miss You
16. Gone But Not Forgotten
17. Rubbin On My Head
18. Back In The Day
19. Miss Me
20. Thugged Out
21. 10 Toes

Twista - 911 (A Freestyle for Haiti)

You knew it was only a matter of time before the Haiti tributes started pouring in. In the first of many to come, Twista jacks Wyclef's "911" and drops buckets of warmth and inspiration atop the soundbed.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Interview: Valencia Christina & Purpleink

Tell me about Valencia Christina and Purpleink.

VC Barbie:
VC is a self motivated individual determined to help all those who want my assistance. I am a fashion model, musician, runway coach and aspiring actress. Aside from my entertainment career I have a small business by the name of Purpleink Models and Talent. Purpleink was designed in the hopes of building an empire for New Orleans Fashion Models. Our company has been exposed to many areas of entertainment : promotions, Fashion Show Planning, Talent Scouting, Casting Calls, Networking Events, Marketing and Runway coaching. We also offer personal assistant services for anyone or business. Our main focus is on modeling, do to the fact that we are in a city where video vixens are in high demand. We have planned many successful Fashion Shows here in New Orleans, La and will be having many more to come.

How long have you been in the modeling and acting industry all in all?

VC Barbie:
I started in 2005, I placed second in a Sigma Pageant at Southern University A&M and in 2006 my 1st Fashion show was with Kuala Clothing (clothing featured n T.I's Do It Video). I won Miss Black College Beauty in 2007 and went on tour and I've been traveling and getting work since.

I’ve heard that you are an actress; do you have formal training or educational background?

VC Barbie:
I'm not quit an actress yet I'm an aspiring actress. Yes, I have training from middle school through high school. While attending college I attained 23 credit hours of acting skills. I have been featured in several movies this past year and i plan to get principal roles in 2010. I'm always moving up.

Have you worked for any companies or done freelance for anyone?

VC Barbie:
I have worked for and with many companies. It all depends on what you are talking about. If its runway New Orleans Fashion Week LLC, Promotional Sobieski Vodka with ATN (accross the nation), Photo Shoot Xpression2Art, Movies Coulon, Batherson, and Dan Agency. Planning Shows - Purpleink, Red Carpet Events, and Big Stan Productions. These are the more recent names.

Do you feel your current career or some of the work you’ve done as a model will fuel or detour your goals as an actress?

VC Barbie:
Fuel! As a model I have learned many ins and outs, ups and downs of the business. Modeling is almost the same as being an actress just without the words most of the time. The more I learn as a model makes it that much easier for me to excel as an actress.

Is there any advice you would like to give upcoming models and actresses?

VC Barbie:
Yes! Contact me or my model manager Dnyia at purpleink1986@gmail.com . Aside from that, be as dedicated as you can be. Never allow your failures to determine your success. There is always a door open some where, you just have to find it.

How can people get in touch with you?

VC Barbie:
For booking contact- Deck Entertainment L.L.P. Cross: 347-962-9560 or King: 609-556-501 www.myspace.com/Deckent08

Models, Talents and anyone looking for promotions or Fashion Show Planners, email Purpleink1986@gmail.com

View our Wix site http://www.wix.com/vcbarbie/Purpleink-Models-and-Talent

Follow me on www.twitter.com/vcbarbie

Model Mayhem www.modelmyhem.com/vcbarbie

Face Book www.facebook.com/Valencia.Christina

Fan Page VC Barbie or Vcbarbie on facebook also

Thank you for your time and before we go, is there anything you would like to add?

VC Barbie:
This past year I have been ignored by many public figures here in New Orleans, La. For those of you who are going through the same things remember that it's not the end of the road (Boyz 2 Men). Just keep grinding and make sure to dot all I's and cross all T's. Make connections outside of your area and watch your success unfold. In just one year I have met so many stars and have them as friends now. It's not who you know all the time it's what you know. Who you know can get you in but what you know brings success. My motto "either you in or you out" make your decision.

Interview: Bout Dat Money Music

What is Bout Dad Money Music and how do you stand out from being another run of the mill producer?

Bout Dat Money Music a production company founded by me, LCD.  What sets me apart from these other cats is the broad range of things I can accomplish musically. I have a signature sound but I also can make almost any kind/style of track. I’m also a songwriter and engineer, so I really don’t have to leave home for anything.

What inspired you to become a producer?

I grew up in a musical family… starting taking piano lessons at age 4, also took saxophone lessons for a while. My father’s been composing music on the piano for as far back as I can remember and my younger brother’s in school for music production and engineering as well. Basically, I didn’t choose music, music chose me.

Who would you say influenced you the most musically?

Besides my pops, I’d say Dr. Dre. His productions are like movies. The composition, arrangement, instrument and sound choices, the mixes, everything about Dre’s work is top notch and definitely influenced my musical ear.

Who are your top 5 artists?

I got a squad that can see any of the “Top 5” in the game right now, so I don’t even have a list to give you. No disrespect to everyone that’s out now, but I’m not checking for them.

What kind of equipment do you use?

I have Pro Tools running on a Mac, Roland keyboards, Yamaha monitors, Audio-Technica microphones running thru an Avalon

Is there any advice you’d like to give upcoming artists or producers?

Be true to yourself and true to your craft. If your music isn’t genuine, the people will know. Work hard and align yourself with like-minded individuals to find the right recipe.

What upcoming projects are you working on?

I’m part of a new group based out of Atlanta called “HOMEGROWN”, I’m producing the whole album. Also got mixtapes by Ice the Villain, Pizo and Lil Dee on deck, the 2nd FNFG mixtape, and some other projects that are still under wraps. I'M WORKING HARD!

How can people get in touch with you?

www.boutdatblog.com - as all the projects get done they will be on the blog

Thank you for the interview is there anything else you would like to add?

2010 is full of opportunities for LCD and Bout Dat Money Music. Stay tuned for what’s in store.

Mixtape Release: Codac - Weed n Froot Loops: Appetite for Distraction

I'm not sure if you guys actually checked out the article I did with The Ten Finger Orchestra or not but of course the artists featured on The Sweet Lyfe Blog are exceptionally talented in their art, be it rapping, singing, photography.  Codac is a portion of the talent that is a part of the group The Ten Finger Orchestra. I managed to get my hands on "Weed n Froot Loops: Appetite for Distraction". This mixtape is hosted by the Definition DJ's own Ice Mike, and features Na'Tee, Holidae, Ced, G. Miller and more. Check it out and let us know what you think!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Lyrikill - Mardi Gras

Here's a new track by Lyrikill called Mardi Gras

Leave us some feedback here or via Twitter: SweetLyfeBlog or hit up Lyrikill

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

My Tworld!!!


Monday, January 11, 2010

Sade - Soldier of Love Video

Video for the title track off Sade’s upcoming album, (finally) dropping February 9th.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Air Jordan Spizike Mars

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Previously spotted last year, Jordan Brand preps for the launch of its latest Spizike colorway, inspired by the popular fictional character Mars Blackmon. The kicks take on a red, white, and blue colorway atop a white base with Jordan’s signature elephant print. A launch is set for tomorrow, Saturday January 9th via Jordan retailers, including Proper.

Wiz Khalifa - Smoker Face

Wiz Khalifa – Smoker Face

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Original Phantom II NBA Pack

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Various images of this special pack from adidas Originals have been circulating online, but here’s the official full overview of this hot topic. Continuing in the tradition reinterpreting classic silhouettes with modern touches, adidas Originals has released a limited edition drop of 6 treatments of the Phantom II celebrating 6 legendary NBA franchises. Each piece in the pack utilizes an impactful all-over color story on the mixed material upper and features basketball textured leather. There is a woven team logo on the tongue of each shoe and the team’s name is prominently labeled on the heel. The shoes are available in very limited quantities at select US retailers in each of the represented cities. This is a classic 90’s basketball throwback done with class and finesse and is only a hint at the basketball heat that Originals has dropping this season.

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New Years Resolutions for 10 Rappers

With the excitement of a new year is in the air and the calendar flipped to 2010, now is the perfect time to look ahead and set some goals for the future. I attempt to get into the head of 10 rappers and make some hypothetical New Year resolutions.

Lil Wayne
I resolve to put down the Styrofoam cup just long enough to focus on that masterpiece bubbling inside me. (In return, we, your fans, will pretend that Rebirth never happened)

50 Cent
I, Curtis Jackson, hereby resolve to make myself relevant again without resorting to petty beefs or formulaic rap records. I also resolve to leave other people's family (especially kids) out of my petty beefs.

Trick Trick
I, Christian Mathis, resolve to respect people regardless of race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation.

Kanye West
I, Kanye West, hereby resolve to say "goosfraba" five times next time I get the urge to interrupt an award ceremony.

Big Boi
I, Antwan, do resolve to find Andre 3000 and lock him up in the studio until we both have two albums worth of material in the can.

Nicki Minaj
I resolve to slowly but surely develop an identity that's not eerily similar to Lil Kim's. I will also expand my lyrical scope beyond the length of a teaspoon.

Charles Hamilton
I resolve to stop shooting myself in the foot. Also, I will no longer make claims that are impossible to verify, like the one about having a paranormal working relationship with J Dilla.

I hereby resolve to look the other way next time I come across a busload of machine guns, no matter how catchy the price.

I resolve to ignore everyone who says that I'm incapable of crafting another Illmatic. I will remind them that "it's always forward I'm moving. Never backwards, stupid." I will then back this up by making another classic.

Gucci Mane
I resolve to hire a speech therapist at some point this year.

via: henrysblog

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Michael Jackson "This Is It" PS3 Bundle

If you've been holding out to buy a PS3 until, well, whenever, now might be the time to run out and pick one up . . . if you live in Japan that is. Sony announced today that they'll be releasing a limited edition PS3 Slim bundle that comes packed with the Blu-ray release of Michael Jackson's This Is It to commemorate the King of Pop. Priced at around $365, the pack will hit shelves on January 27 and come with a 120GB PS3, all the standard fixins (DualShock 3 controller and cables), along with some bonus Michael Jackson wallpapers.

If you're an MJ fan and a gaming geek, then this would be the ultimate gift. Unfortunately, Japan wins again, since there's no word of this bundle hitting stateside.

Is Google's New Phone the iPhone Killer?

It’s official: Google Inc. will sell its own mobile phone in an effort to protect its online advertising empire as people increasingly surf the Web on handsets instead of personal computers. Consumers will be able to buy the Nexus One for $179 if they commit to a two-year service contract with T-Mobile USA. The phone is going on sale Tuesday online. Apple Inc., which has sold more than 30 million iPhones in the past 2 1/2 years. Apple announced a deal Tuesday to buy mobile advertising service Quattro Wireless to counter Google’s proposed $750 acquisition of Quattro rival AdMob. via Huff Post

Reggie Bush Graces Essence Mag

New Orleans Saints football player Reggie Bush covers the February 2010 issue of Essence magazine dubbed the “Black Men, Love and Relationships” issue.

Interview: Da U Boys

Coming from a city where a group of rappers can easily be compared to those before them, Da U Boys are making a name for themselves. Check out what they had to say to Tae as well as their new single, "Boyfriend".


Who are Da U Boys and where are you from?

Da U:
DA U BOYS also called, DA U, consist of:Roderick (ROCK SHOT), Ronald (HICK LOUCH) and Devin (17THSNOOP we were born and raised in Uptown New Orleans, LA.

How would you describe your music?

Da U:
Our music is reality based - heartfelt would describe it best. We would have to say it is of course apart of the southern movement

What makes you stand out from other artists like yourself?

Da U:
We stand out because there are no artist like us! We represent a dying or dead breed in street music. We’re have a cross over capability but can stay true to the harsh realities we have seen and been through, and combine it all in our music.

Who would you say influenced you the most musically?

Da U:
Earlier influences were N.W.A. and RUN DMC. As we grew, the BAD BOY and DEATHROW camps were heavily influential. The latter yrs were the NO LIMIT and CASH MONEY camps.

What do you think is missing from rap or hip hop now?

Da U:
Simply put… DIVERSITY

What upcoming projects are you working on?

Da U:
We are currently piecing together our debut album “RIDE 2GETHER…DIE 2GETHER”, along with a series of mixtapes

How can people get in touch with you?

Da U:

Thank you for your time, before we go, is there anything you would like to add?

Da U:
We would just like to say thank u for this opportunity and support!

Monday, January 4, 2010

Salute the DJ's Award Show

Salute the DJ's Award Show

Don't forget to Vote Daily for your favorite DJ's (DJ Black 'nMild, Go Dj's, DJ Hektik, Wild Wayne, and DJ Skno) <===Just a little advertisment. lol.

What: Salute the DJ's Award Show
When: January 13, 2010
Where: The Atrium. Atlanta, GA

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Air Jordan Fusion 8

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Jordan Brand continues its fusion series with a look into upcoming releases for the Fusion 8 campaign. Set to launch on February 6th, 2010 (White) and March 6th, 2010 (Black), are two original colorways of Air Jordan VIII classics, including the popular Aqua and classic “Bugs Bunny” options, both reconstructed onto Air Force 1 midsoles. Looks for these through all Jordan Brand accounts in the coming months.

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Christian Louboutin Ulona


R.Kelly - Exit

Marcus Troy x Nike Bespoke Air Force 1

Urban fashion/culture blogger Marcus Troy designed what has to be one of the hottest AF1’s I’ve ever seen. The Marcus Troy x Nike Bespoke Air Force 1 has a handpicked kevlar, suede, leather, and waterproof denim materials. On top of the lush materials, this pair features a great black/gray/blue colorway and a pair of dubres engraved with Marcus and Troy.
VIA: source

On to the Next One - Jay Z | Swizz Beats

Video Phone Freestyle - Codac

Codac - "Video Phone Freestyle"
Check out the track and leave your comments below this is off of his upcoming mixatpe "Appetite for Distraction"

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Dreams - The Ten Finger Orchestra

Looks like another hit from The Ten Finger Orchestra!!!

Dreams Pt 1

Dreams - Pt 2

Dreams - Pt 3

Crashed Hard Drive - A.Levy (Mixtape Download)

In an era where most rappers talk about wanting "Money, Cars, Clothes and Hoes" New Orleans own, born and bred, A.Levy dared to be different.  A. Levy graced the web with his first mixtape, Crashed Hard Drive.  A.Levy takes all of us on a trip through his mind and speaks on real situations that we've all been facing not only as African Americans but as Americans in his track "Thoughts". I felt like I was on a trip down memory lane listening to "80's Baby" and "N.O.L.A" is the song most native New Orlenians should be singing wherever they live. I cant give away the whole summary of the album so I suggest you download it and take a listen for yourself. There are 21 tracks, and features some amazing artists, Spit Raw, Lyrikill, Bionik Brown, and Trufdot.

01. Intro
02. Billy Jean (Michael Jackson Tribute)
03. Thoughts
04. 80’s Baby
05. N.O.L.A.
06. Raw ft. Trufdot
07. Cool as a Motherfucker
08. Real Shit
09. Back 2 The Essence ft. Bionik Brown
10. A War ft. Ron Adams
11. H8ing ft. Dino
12. Gotta Get It (Juvie unofficial remix)
13. Real Talk Intro
14. 1999 ft. SpitRaw
15. Down
16. Blast It ft. Lyrill and SpitRaw
17. Ain’t Say Nothin ft. Lyrikill and SpitRaw
18. Cypher ft. SpitRaw
19. Eupham ft. Lyrikill
20. Monday Morning Quarterback
21. Outro