Ohio Native Stalley teams up with Columbus’ one and only, Mr. J. Rawls for Babblin’. Filmed in Louisiana, this video is ill because it has Stalley at the wreckage of Katrina and also in tourist areas. Kind of a reminder that 1)the world constantly goes to party, and leave their debris in New Orleans. When I lived down there, it used to trip me out that they had casinos and all this tourist money coming in, but none of the money seemed to get to the schools. Louisiana was always last or next to last in education. Which leads to the real point of this video, 2)that New Orleans is still suffering from the Katrina related neglect and people still pass through not giving fuck.
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Ohio Graffiti Not in Ohio + MP3s of Huey, Lil Wayne, Jayz, Rick Ross, Paul Wall, Raekwon, Jay Electronica,Yelawolf
Ohio Graffiti writers in Oakland, Asia, Erie Pa + More.
Rick Ross and Jayz address Freemason rumors. I’m way into Rick Ross’ verse. Shit he was already a prison guard, and took his name from the drug kingpen that sold crack unknowlingly for the CIA to help fund the contras.
Why not be a free mason?
Jay-z uses the song to call people that thought he was an operative of Satan morons.
Curren$y teams up with Mos Def, and Jay Electronica over Ski Beats’ beat…
Subject matter is exactly what I want from rap.
Curren$y complains about not being able to smoke his weed where he wants. Mos Def speaks on today being the day that changes everything. and Jay Electronica compares and contrasts Chuck D and Flavor Flav.
Curren$y’s Pilot Talk will be out on 7/13.
Phot0 by Envelope
Obviously Exhibit C had proceeded with an homage to Biggie’s Who Shot Ya. And the new Badu album has a zillion Biggie references. Diiddy had been hitting Jay saying he taking long…Then Diddy did Exhibit C with Jay>
Well above,,,,,,, ladies and gentlement is Jay Electronica and Diddy’s Ghost of Christopher Wallace on Bad Boy Records.
This is a Stalley video for his song S.T.A.L.L.E.Y. off the upcoming Ski Beatz Mixtape, 24 Hour Karate School which also features Mos Def, the Cool Kids, Jay Electronica, Curren$y, Jim Jones,Nicole Wray and more, out March 30th. This video has various people rocking Stalley’s trademark beard.
No he isn’t from Philly.
Stalley is from Massillon. Thinks about that for a second. He has already dropped a jazzhop mixtape called Mad Stalley:The Autobiography that would make Scott Storch beg to rejoin the Organix Roots and not be funny and has a bunch of projects with whose who in modern Low End Theory land on deck.
But he isn’t from Philly or Queens.
Stalley is performing in Austin for South By Southwest this year:
March 18-SXSW Urb Magazine Showcase Light Bar,
March 19-SXSW Last Rights Showcase Firehouse Lounge .
March 20-SXSW Kenny Dorham’s Backyard.
For this interview, we talked Massillon sports, Hip Hop, Islam, Ohio weather, Jamaica, J-Rawls, and mainly how the fuck someone goes from small-town Ohio to being Dame Dash’s latest discovery. You should read it. He is from Massillon and is in a rap group with Mos Def, Curren$y, and Jay Electronica called Central Edge Territory.
Have you been to Massillon?
ME:We are in Columbus, which is close to Massillon. I know you got you’re thing going on in Cleveland with Terry Urban and them. But I’m going to try to get Columbus up to speed. You grew up in Massilon your whole life?
Stalley:I grew up in Massillon until High School I left Massillon when I went away to college That’s when I left.
So you played for the Massillon basketball team. Sports is big up there uh?
Yeah. Football is huge. As everyone in Ohio usually knows. If they do know about Massillon that’s what they know is football Continue reading
Yerp. Jay Electronica is coming to Columbus. Really Excited.
Not familar? Google Jay Electronica
Opener information after the jump
Jay Elect’s buzz is reaching Nas pre-Illmatic levels…In the above video Jay brings Mos Def and Puff Daddy onstage to “civilize an 85er”.
Still buggs me out how he tied the F.O.I, Nicholas Telsa and Mgmt together.
Actually, the most bugged out thing is that Jay Electronica puts a Ancient Moorish Science Fez on Diddy’s head.
You gotta feel the “We Love Haiti” chants before Jay sets it off.
My favorite two hip hop songs so far this Winter are Jay Electronica’s “Exhibit C”, and this Greenhouse/Catalyst collab, ” Cold Out Here” from Greenhouse’s EP, Electric Purgatory. On “Cold Out Here” all three emcees bring sobering depictions of how harsh these times can be.
Print raps about how stifling the world is right now, especially with the economy still fucked. Illogic speaks on ignoring detractors. And the Catalyst confesses to being an intoxicated, combustable mixture of talent and self-destructive tendencies in the midst of indifference.
Don’t sleep on the Thought Setter’s verse. Perfect for the winter blahs.
On Jan 30th, Greenhouse will be premiering the video for “Cold out Here” at Carabar. The show is free, all ages and will feature perfomances by Greenhouse, Apocalypse Inc., Johnny Cashola and All Eyes Path.