MP3:The Black Lips: Best Napkin I Ever Had
MP3:The Pack: We Want Some Pussy
MP3:Pierced Arrows: The Doorway
This Ender piece is from a Dayton graffiti jamm. The Black Lips and Pierced Arrows songs are from Scion Split 7 inch that will be out July 6th. The bands get the paper.
The Pack’s verison of “We Want Some Pussy” is not on their upcoming album Wolfpack Party, which is out 8-24.
MP3:KillahPriest: Psalm Of Satan FeatSabacRed&IllBillFromLaCokaNostra
Illegally fun jump-off. The Killah Priest Song is about Satan and it guesst Sabac Rec and Ill Bill. It’s on Killah Priests up coming album The Three Day Theory out 7-27.
Every week i get a bunch of MP3’s sent to me that I don’t know what to do with. I am gonna post them here with graff and make it my own little Life Sucks Die
Posted in Graffiti, MP3, Music, Wes Flexner
Tagged Black Lips, columbus graffiti, dayton graffiti, Ender, ill bill, killah priest, ohio graffiti, pbj, pierced arrows, sabac red, the pack
Tuttle Park, Columbus Ohio
MP3:Copywrite-Forever and a Day
“On Forever and a Day” RJD2 and Copywrite work together to mourn their fellow Megahert, Camu Tao. They brought in an indie rock group, Middle Distance Runner, to add layers and sing the hook. This is the first song on Copywrite’s upcoming album the Life and Time of Pete Nelson due out in October.
Def Jux and Fat Possum are putting out Camu’s album King of Hearts August 16th
(I swear to Allah that I’m not trying to get on this computer and talk about death everyday. Not to get all Jim Carrol, but, 3 major figures in hip hop from Columbus did die. And both of Copy’s parents are deceased so…artists are gonna make art about what affects them )
Posted in Columbus, Graffiti, MP3, Wes Flexner
Tagged Camu Tao, columbus graffiti, columbus hip hop, Copywrite, MHZ, ohio graffiti, pbj, RJD2
L.e. for the Uncool brings it on this video and reps Columbus properly. Footie of Ender, Rilla and others from the WTC. The video has effects that remind me of Pharcyde’s “Drop” with L.E. riding his BMX backwards at times. The song itself is a banger. L.E. raps with urgency over a bassline that will get stuck in your brain immediatley. Shots to Milk N Syrup’s Ralph Rude on the cameo.
MP3-Zerostar-Who Got The Props (Freestyle)
ever do color by numbers? here is the graffiti version
more after the jump
So the Cav’s might have let us down Ohio…But The Black Keys are about to put Ohio on their back. First up.. the May 27 issue of Rolling Stone Magazine(Keith Richard cover).
Turn to page 48 and oops… a feature about the Akron duo. Let’s file this on some shit you don’t talk-about until it’s time type article. The article dives into Pat’s divorce, and how the turmoil strengthened Dan and Pat’s relationship. The article quotes donewaiting/bsa brother Michael Carney on the matter.
But this isn’t a sad story. It’s a 11:55 right before the band gears up to see how far they can take this Rock N Roll shit. And they got they mind right. Back in my day the kids woulda called it either bossed up or swag surfin.
Love the article. It conveys Pat’s sense of humor and mindset pretty well. And it has them clowning boring ass Band of Horses.
Issue on stands now. New Album drops Tuesday which same issue gives a glowing review,
Dream all you like but you best not sleep.
Columbus rap group Greenhouse Effect is putting out a new ep next week called “Electric Purgatory”. They have a release party next Saturday, November 28th at Skullys.
Greenhouse Effect’s new line-up is Blueprint and Illogic.
Print’s been video blogging about the process building towards the release.
This shows Blueprint scoping out spots for a video shoot. He visits Used Kids, the Dube, the Fairgrounds, the traintracks and the Daymon Day Wall.
previous video blog after the jump.
A lot times I get emailed MP3’s and they aren’t near anything but my blackberry so I don’t get to put them up until they are a few days old. So I’ve decided from now on, when I post images of drawings, I will add a song.
A few weeks ago we celebrated the 4th annual Daymon Day here in Columbus. We had a basketball tourney, tribute mural, emcee battle, parade and a rowdy dance party. We got our Rucker park on and then brought it into the streets.
For those that aren’t familar with Daymon Day but like things perhaps reading this article before or after viewing the following videos and pictures might give you some background info.
This video shot by A.J.(i think) shows the parade.
Watch it if you think marching 300 plus people in the middle of the road to Black Sabbath, Dilla, Cam’ron, M.O.P. , DJ Przm, Camu Tao, Jim Jones,Pharoah Monche and Racist Joe instrumentals to honor their fallen loved ones on an OSU gameday sounds interesting.
Photos taken by Danielle Kline that show a different detail after the jump. Continue reading
Posted in Columbus, Music, Review, Wes Flexner
Tagged 3wa, andrew kern, bsa, Camu Tao, cj townsend, Daymon Day, Daymon Day Parade, daymon dodson, Dipset, DJ Detox, Dj Pos 2, DJ Przm, ec vol, Ender, ese, Get Right, independence day, intricate suns, iok, pbj, ron house, tfc, tuttle park, weightless, zerostar
ex-Cleveland Cav dejay Mick Boogie curates a PBJ remix jawn that has Columbus rapper, Fly Union’s Jerraeu on the same project as GZA, Kweli, Bun B, Wale, 88 Keys, Black Milk, Young Chris and many others.
MP3:Mick Boogie + Peter Bjorn & John-Re-Living Things
1. Naledge & Mickey Factz: Blue Period Picasso (remixed by nVMe)
2. Freebass 808 & Christian Rich: Living Thing
(remixed by Apple Juice Kid)
3. Bun B & The Kid Daytona: Losing My Mind (remixed by 6th Sense)
4. Big Pooh, Chaundon & Phil Nash: Stay This Way (remixed by Jazzy Jeff)
5. Trouble Andrew & GLC: Lay It Down (remixed by The Kickdrums)
6. Talib Kweli & 6th Sense: I Want You
(remixed by William Russell / Good Life Mike)
7. 88 Keys & Outasight: 4 Out Of 5 (remixed by 6th Sense)
8. U-N-I: Last Night (remixed by Remot)
9. GZA, Buckshot & Tabi Bonney: The Feeling (remixed by Marco Polo)
10. Big Sean, Black Milk & T3: Just The Past (remixed by nVMe)
11. Kardinal Offishall, Donnis & Henok Achido: It Just Don’t Move Me
(remixed by Jet Audio)
12. Wale, Young Chris & Rhymefest: Nothing To Worry About
(remixed by The Kickdrums)
13. Evidence, Jerreau & Fashawn: Amsterdam (remixed by Cookin’ Soul)
Please check Mick Boogie.com to see how one truely got it in Ohio
Posted in MP3, Wes Flexner
Tagged 88 Keys, Buckshot, bun b, columbus hip hop, Fly Union, gze, homage clothing, Mick Boogie, Ohio Hip Hop, pbj, peter bjorn & john, rossi posse, Talib Kweli, Wale, whud-up wednesdays