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Daymon Day Parade 2008: Yessir!

The 3rd Annual Daymon Day happened last Saturday. People treated it like a holiday. They honored friendship, being welcoming, kind, exciting and adsurdly funny.

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Commercial for the New Cam Mixtape

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From the looks of this commercial that Dipset just posted…. they plan on selling the mixtape next to the Apollo in Harlem, at 1o. Then are they gonna just wait for it to leak? I guess it will play out on youtube today. Could be an interesting use of the internet.  History in the making? Or am I just believing the hype?

Here is the cover:

Tracklisting after the jump:
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It Takes a Nation of Snitches to Hold Cam Back

http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=20690131 Oh boy. Cam’ron returns November 7th with a new mix-cd “Public Enemy Number 1”. He has launched a new Myspace account to promote this, Killa Cam Space. Above is a video announcing this glorious event.

In other Dipset new, Hell Rell discussed his disdain for Grove City in this Rawkus.com interview, saying “….screw Grove City. But I got love for the rest of Ohio, out there in the C.O, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Toledo, and Cleveland.”, in relation to his recent arrest in Central Ohio.

Dipset Back In the Movies

Jim Jones posted this synopsis from his interweb networking account on myspace.com about an upcoming film starring Juels Santana called the Project:

“Justin Stager and Dana Murphy, white, young, and naive, move to Brooklyn to make a documentary about inner city life. The film takes a media-immersion approach: Dana follows inner city youths, Justin films NYPD officers on patrol, and John Healy, a hired cinematographer, documents the filmmakers.

The focus of Dana’s story is Thomas Coventry, a 15-year-old black youth trying to navigate his way through his strained family and social life. Thomas is poised to move up from the hardships of ghetto life, but his volatile friend, Nate, who is hell bent on stealing the spotlight, is keeping Thomas down.

Surrounded by violence and drugs, nothing comes easy to Thomas in the dangerous environment he calls home. On the flipside, Justin documents the everyday lives of NYPD officers Dan Masterson and his partner Alex Mora. Masterson is a seemingly good cop who puts his life on the line everyday.

However, it slowly becomes evident that views towards certain races get in the way of his duties. After performing a heroic act, Masterson granted some time off. He uses this time to uncover a plot, the origins of which, unmask the motives behind Masterson’s racist behavior.

As the filming progresses, violence and emotions get into the way of Justin and Dana’s objectivity. As the filmmakers grow apart their stories merge together, forcing them to become active participants in the underground world they hoped to observe through the lens. What was once considered an ambitious idea soon spirals out of control, with irreversible results. Written by SenArt Films”

No Word when Killa Season 2 is coming out but at least the Dips are back in the in the theatres.

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Cam’ron & Stop Snitchin on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes did a story on the Stop Snitchin Movement last night.
They spoke to the king of absudity Cam’ron.
Here is the full segment.

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