Tag Archives: Jay-z

MP3: Young Jeezy “I Do” ft. Jay-z & Andre 300 / MP3: 50 Cent “What Up Gangsta pt. 2!”

(Photo by Terry Richardson)

MP3: Young Jeezy ft. Jay-Z & Andre 3000 – I Do (No Tags)

MP3:  50 – What Up Gangsta pt 2

Do you remember when rap was pure?

I am talking about the golden days when Jeezy was the proper role model for mental health, and 50 Cent was the new Nirvana?
Well, both these songs will take you back the the golden-era of crack music.

Well, The Jeezy song is about getting married or something and guests Andre, and Jay. But it’s still cool to have a powerful new Jeezy cut.  This is kinda like International Players Anthem 2012.  TM03 December 20th.

And Fif. Love you and thank you for not making a soft song. A wise man once said, ‘you can lose a lot of money chasing women. But you will never lose women chasing money’.

New Jams: Jay-z & Kanye “N*ggas in Paris” (Remix Ft. T.I.) & Wale Ft. Kid Cudi “Focused”

“Whats drugs my dealer?, asks Kanye on the breakout banger “Nwords in Paris”. Hopefully, the newly free T.I. no longer asks this question when looking for crystal meth. T.I. still can rap well, and even sounds masculine when rapping in french.

What she order?

MP3: Jay-Z & Kanye West – Niggas In Paris (ft. T.I.) (Remix)

new Wale/Kid Cudi after the jump
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Jay-Z and Kanye West “Otis” Video

First video off of Watch the Throne. Look closely for Aziz Ansari to pop up on the screen.

Personally, I love seeing these two guys having so much fun together in the video. I hope they do a show at Madison Square Garden, it would destroy the Earth.

Kanye West and Jay-Z to Tour as Throne

The Jay-Z/Kanye West collaboration Watch the Throne comes out August 8. After that the duo will be on tour together. I imagine shows will be amazing and tickets won’t be cheap:

09-22 Detroit, MI – Palace of Auburn Hills
09-24 Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre
09-25 Montreal, Quebec – Bell Centre
09-27-28 East Rutherford, NJ – Izod Center
09-29 Washington, DC – Verizon Center
10-04 Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
10-06-07 Chicago, IL – United Center
10-08 Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
10-10 Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
10-13 Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome
10-14 Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
10-16 San Jose, CA – HP Pavilion
10-17 Sacramento, CA – Power Balance Pavilion
10-19-20 Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
10-21 Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
10-25 Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
10-26 Houston, TX – Toyota Center
10-29 Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
10-30 Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
11-01 Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena
11-03 Boston, MA – TD Garden

Screaming Urge Interview: Columbus Punk History and Much More

Screaming Urge High Street 1980

MP3: Hitlers In Brazil
MP3: Skitzo Brain
MP3: Killa Poe Lease (Kill the Police)

I wrote an article on Screaming Urge in this week’s The Other Paper. Screaming Urge were a pioneering punk band from here in Columbus that had their last performance on Saturday. The band had a lot of interesting things to say, so I figured I would post the interview with Columbus legends on Donewaiting.

The three above songs are off a cd Screaming Urge just released called Gory Years. Gory Years has remastered versions of Screaming Urge’s two albums, and their coveted 45. Classic material recorded from 79-81. I believe you can obtain a copy of this cd by contacting Screaming Urge’s Facebook.

I interviewed Michael Ravage (MRav), and Myke Rock (MRock) for the Other Paper story. Dave Manic, who also played in Great Plains, was not there for the interview because he lives in Erie, Pa. Dave Manic did play the reunion show. (Shirtless but without a half-beard). Danielle Kline who took the photo for the Other Paper story also asks a few questions.

W: What was Columbus, OH like in 1978?

Michael Ravage: We couldn’t get into any clubs. They wanted bands like McGuffey Lane. Cover bands. There was no punk. There was us, The Blades, (two bands whose names I couldn’t make out.hopefully someone post the bands names in comments)

W: How did you get into punk?

MRav: I was listening to a lot of Iggy Pop so that’s how I got into it and then went from there to the Sex Pistols.

W: Where was your first show?

MRav: Believe it or not it was at the Campus Methodist Center. I invented a thing called the ‘Nowhere shows’ they were called “Nowhere Fests,” we couldn’t find any place to play. I rented out the hall and we called it “Nowhere ’78” we brought the four punk bands together to play and that was our first show.

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MP3: Jay-Z & Kanye West “H.A.M.”

MP3: Jay-Z & Kanye West – H.A.M. (Prod. by Lex Luger)

Epic. Epic. Epic.

First song off Ye’s & Jay’s “Watch the Throne”.

DJ Premier Announces European Tour Dates & Breaks Down Jay-z’s “Hustler” In Decoded For MTV

DJ Premier spoke with MTV this week about Jay-z’s new book Decoded.
The Gangstarr legend obviously produced many Jay-z classics like “So Ghetto”, “One In A Million”, “Friend or Foe” and “D’evils” so he has some insight on Jay.
Be sure to check for DJ Premier Presents- Year Round Records “Get Used To Us” which will be released on 12-7-2010.

Primo also is set to Tour Europe:

11-30 Skopje, Macedonia
12-1 Pristina, Kosovo
12-2 London, England
12-3 Oslo, Norway
12-4 Frankfurt, Germany
12-5 Lecce, Italy
12-6 Amsterdam, Netherlands
12-7 Napoli, Italy
12-8 Bologna, Italy
12-9 Budapest, Hungary
12-10 Paris, France
12-11 Brussels, Belgium

MP3:Jay Electronica-Shiny Suit Theory (Feat. Jay-z, The Dream & Charlotte Gainsbourg)

MP3:Jay Electronica-Shiny Suit Theory (Feat. Jay Z, The Dream & Charlotte Gainsbourg)

Jay Electronica, Jay-z The Dream and Charlotte Gainsbourg rapping over a loop Pete Rock sampled. Really doesn’t need a description further I don’t think. Listen.

Jay Electronica Signs With Roc Nation

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According to Miss Info Jay Electronica IS signing to Jay-z’s label Roc Nation. Apparantly they already have a song done called “Shiny Suit Theory” featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg and The Dream.

More info on Miss Info.

Video:Mc Hammer-Better Run Run (Jay-z Diss)

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Mc Hammer’s response to Jay’z verse on So Appallad where he implied that Mc Hammer squandered all his money.
Mc Hammer implies that Jay-z is a satan worshiper on this. Trainwreck