Wednesday, October 1, 2008

The only Jay-z Diss song I like since ether

Well I'm kinda confused cuz they just had a State Prop renuion and Peddi was there and u kno I just hope the Roc can get it together cuz honeslty since wutang u aint see a more lyrical oriented squad ( Not forgetting about G Unit , DipSET, and Ruff Ryders ( THE Orginal Set DMX, THE LOX, Eve , & Dragon )

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The man who laughs

Dark Knight = Impecahable
Heath Ledger = makes me belive again (RIP)
Batman = well if you dont know then check my first post

Thursday, August 7, 2008

Comic Book SB by Mache

I seen these on sneaker obession ( I think my new favorite blog ). These were done by Mache, anyways you know How i feel about cartoons and Batman so these sneakers are like well you know really really hot

Doper than Frank Lucas Product

BLUEPRINT 3 from kwest on Vimeo.

He gave his word , and it was good

Monday, August 4, 2008

This is Sick I need this for the Studio

I seen this on Being that I've been a fan of this whole Batman thing since a kid I must say This time around they really brought the Joker to life

Ed Banger x WESC Head PHones

I jus wanna walk down a block , on a a mid friday were the sun meets the horizon bumping Jdilla And Common's E=MC( squared I cant type it in lol )

I must have them all !!! ( Mr.Burns Laugh)

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Producer of the Week : Danger Mouse

Brian Joseph Burton, better known by moniker Danger Mouse, is part of eccentric Hip Hop/Soul/Alternative duo Gnarls Barkley. Consisting of him and his partner Cee-Lo Green known from Atlanta based musical collectives Goodie Mob and The Dungeon Family. Which also include eclectic Rap duo Outkast, production/songwriting team Organized Noize, R&B singer Joi, and others. Even though Mouses’ music consist of mostly Hip Hop he is also known for his work in other genres such as trip hop , electronica , and Alternative . Most of these projects you can find with his work with groups such as Gorrilaz ,The Black Keys , and Danger Doom ( Collective DangerMouse and Rapper/Producer MF Doom). Already a DJ and known by his other moniker Pelican City in Electronica muisc Mouses' fame came from Hybrid remix The Grey Album . With samples from the beatles white album and vocals from Jay-Z’s Black album , Mouse creates a savvy mix of Jay-Z’s sophisticated lyrics mashed with the early rock sound of The beatles thus making it Classic in its own right. Persoanlly my favorite work of the producer is on his latest release with Gnarls Barkley The odd couple ( the TV show which the name is based ,also happens to be part of my late night rounite while on the MP ) . The album serves as a canvas to both Mouses' and Cee-Lo’s artistic aound and image . The Album is a gumbo consisting of pop sounds from the 50’s and 60’s with a dash of dub , seasoned with slowed down samples Hip Hop drums and mixed with a wooden lattle of Hip Hop drums creating a brand new flavor which I can safely say can be found amgonst different Generes in the forever expanding menu of Hip Hop. Danger Mouse is Truly a Pionner of our Music , culture , and Time.

( Pic found on Google)

Friday, June 6, 2008

Classic Materials : Eleanor Rigby

peep the animation , don't the people move like the backround characters from sega genisis games

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Vintage Cartoon : Sailor Moon

School days at 7 in the morning I use to be late for class watching this
If you only know how bad I wish I was cartoon and I think you know why ( I tell em Im boderline but they dont hear me though)

Rest in Peace Yves Saint Laurent

I mean even though I really can't even fit this shit less alone afford it ,he was an innovator in the fashion world and his work will always be here to remind is of his genius and creativity

As Seen on Kanye's Blog


I do these with some Dapper Dan Louie cause I know how to get away with it
( wink )

As seen on Hypebeast

Soo Woo Was popping 5 LOL

That boy from Chi town stop playing

Summer Jam

If you already know me by know or at least read my blog you know I really dont have much to say

Monday, June 2, 2008

Sunday, June 1, 2008



K.O.D. - Kicks of the day Jordan Brand Olympian

As seen on Hypebeast

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Bun B Feat. Sean Kingston - Thats Gangsta

Now I know for a fact Hip Hop ain't dead
Rip Pimp C Ugk 4 life
Now He up there with all the other Legends
Thats Trill 4 Real !!!

Friday, May 16, 2008

A Master Peice

So latley have rekindled my love with photography and decided to take some pics of my Homie Mel . So in this picture at first I was just trying to be funny but I also kind of felt like I wanted to tell a a kind of message or story or suin crazy with this so ya tell me what think of this

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Good Muisc The Roots - Rising Up

Something Great for your soul

I have been a fan since Brooklyn Babylon
Black Thought is one of the last best MC's Left
Chrisette Michelle is Gorgeous and has such a distinct sound like an Eryaka Badu and Jill Scott

And Wale is truly ( now listen ) A breath of fresh air in a time were so called Conscience Rap / Hipster Hop (and who ever embraces that term is an embarrassment not only to the culture but also to themselves if they consider themselves a true child of a Lifestyle that so many before us has sacrificed their own so we can not be tied down to only a certain sound or genre of OUR OWN MUSIC.)

Anyway its a Great Record Im glad that in this day and age we still have something real to feel

Thursday, May 8, 2008

One day Das going Be mE

Producer of the Week : Salaam Remi

Salaam Remiis one the dopest music producers of our time. He is known hor hots like Lil' Flip's "I Need Mine," Ini Kamoze's "Here Comes the Hotstepper," The Fugees' multi-platinum The Score LP, and Toni Braxton's "You're Makin Me High." Most recently, he contributed some tracks to Jurassic 5's 2006 LP Feedback and Nas's 2006 album Hip Hop is Dead.Personally his work on Nas' God Son is when I first heard Salaam's work and was very impressed. He is also credited for a lot Production on Amy Winehouse's Frank and Back to Black albums

Saw this on Kanye's Blog , its the Simpsons so I had too

Even if it wasnt on Kanye's Blog it would have still have been posted
I was raised on the simpsons

Friday, May 2, 2008

Pinapple Express

I am probably one of the Biggest Seth Rogan Fans on this Earth I hope one day i can work with him and Jonah Hill

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Justice - Stress

Ok as usually I got this from Ye's Blog but real talk this video remind me so much of one of my Favorite Books I read in High School A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgeous.
Its actually a Great Book so anyone reading this post please check it out so you can understanding a lot of the spoofs of it in Pop Culture .

My Thoughts- Ba Basic

Original Fake x Visvim Backpack

You already know I scored this off of YE's Blog but this Bag is Dope

Mary And Hov- My space interveiw

Check out this video: Jay Z and Mary J. Blige On Tour- MySpace Exclusive

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aww man I actually feel real humbled watching this interview . When you have 2 our cultures greatest asrtist come together and do something so Grand it really shows what we can do if we could just all come together as a people Das some real shyt B

Monday, April 28, 2008

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Here stranded in the Hood while 2 of my idols play connect four and shop at the New Bape Store ......Sigh

Connect 4 - Jonah Hill vs. Kanye from kwest on Vimeo.

Producer of the week ( Im like 2 weeks late but please dont rush me with all your hate comments Gessh ) - Pete Rock

Pete Rock (born Peter Phillips, June 21, 1970[1] in Bronx, New York) is an American hip hop DJ, producer and rapper, of Jamaican descent. He rose to prominence in the early '90s as one half of the critically acclaimed group Pete Rock & CL Smooth. After the duo went their separate ways, Rock continued with a [2] solo career that has garnered him worldwide respect, if little in the way of mainstream success. Rock played a major role in the merging of elements from jazz into hip hop music, along with Stetsasonic, A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots and Gang Starr. Considered one of the greatest hip hop producers of all time[3][4][5], he is often mentioned alongside DJ Premier, and RZA, as one of the mainstays of 1990s East Coast hip hop production. Pete Rock is also the older brother and younger cousin, respectively, of rappers Grap Luva and Heavy D.

Pete Rock builds his beats from samples, the majority of which are taken from obscure R&B, funk, and jazz records. Early on in his career he would also sample drum breaks such as Black Heat's "Zimba Ku" for Heavy D & The Boyz's "Letter To The Future".Pete Rock useing AKAI MPC. Pete Rock tends to use the samples as palettes for his beats, chopping (cutting the sample into smaller parts), filtering (altering the frequencies of the sample), and layering several samples, often within the same song.

While this technique was applied long before Rock (on De La Soul's Three Feet High and Rising or the work of The Bomb Squad for example), Rock's work is distinctive for the way in which he uses samples to achieve a hazy, droning effect. He is also noted for his resonant basslines, horn samples, and gritty sounding drums. His beats will sometimes sound as though they were being played from an old vinyl record. Much of this has to do with the fact that he samples many of his sounds straight off vinyl records, as he mentions in this interview.

Another trait of his, more so in the earlier part of his career, is the way he uses horn samples to supplement his grooves. With perhaps the most famous example being "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)" (on which he uses a horn sample from Tom Scott's "Today"), Rock has also used horns on several other productions such as "Straighten It Out", Public Enemy's "Shut 'Em Down", Rah Digga's "What They Call Me", and A.D.O.R.'s "Let It All Hang Out".

Along with Gang Starr, The Roots and A Tribe Called Quest, Pete Rock played a large role in the fusing of jazz and funk music into Hip hop. The aforementioned "Reminisce..." withstanding, Rock used many jazz samples on his album Mecca and The Soul Brother, such as Cannonball Adderley's "Country Preacher", for the song "Return of the Mecca", or "Capricorn" for the song "In The House" from The Main Ingredient.

Pete Rock's heavy use of intro and outro beats has also been widely influential. To introduce feature songs, he often plays a short instrumental excerpt, completely different from the rest of the song. Aside from their role as transitions, these are widely regarded as a way of displaying his large collection and as a challenge to other hip-hop producers to identify the records that the breaks come from.[11] Mecca & the Soul Brother and The Main Ingredient use intro/outro beats on nearly every track to great effect, and the tradition continues to the present on Rock's recent releases.

Jordan of the week - Another color way of the walnut 1's

Kurt Cobain X Mickey Mouse ( J/K)

Mickey going off !
is like his driven so insane
that he's trying hit tht same vain
that Kurt Cobain did

Monday, April 21, 2008

Hip Hop Culture Center - Rapathon

Hip Hop Culture Center wants to inform all rappers that there will be an extra day added to scheduled audition dates. Today and Thursday, April 24th will be the last days to audition for the Rapathon. As you know last year we got over 100 emcees to perform, at this time we are only 30 rappers short so we ask that you spread the word. Please notify friends, family, and co-workers who would be interested in showcasing their talent. For people who are creating their own teams, all members must audition in order to participate. Newsflash whoever is the hottest, strongest, best performer at the Rapathon will have their own video shot, produced, and directed by Ralph McDaniel’s and it will premiere on Video Music Box.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Raf Simons - Pocket Trainer

They call me mellow yellow nah but fa real though these are mean as fuck plus Imma sucka for leather and suede combos plus the yellow is just the finishing touch

Air Yeezy ( Sigh I wonder if I luck up this time )

I mean honestly can I please just get some luck I want 3 pairs one to rock , one to keep , and one to send to my cuzzins in Ghana but if I be good with one pair

Stalley - Goin APe mixtape release party

and I be there with my ol trusty killa cam

Classic Material : Q-Tip lets ride

Peace to A Tribe called Quest

Friday, April 18, 2008

FIFTY24SF Gallery 2008 Spring/Summer Collection

These shirts are dope check out the detail in the hand I love the details and time taken out to make this a graphic colletible

Nike iD Berlin Studio

Damn , I gotta mad travling to do ( Never even been on a plane yall ) but the fucked up part of the studio is its only invites but you know you boy gonna find his way in their somehow

Fuct x Aria Giovanni Tee

This shit is mean this something you gotta have in your closet . Just think how many people you gonna make mad just by wearing this . Lol I love This !!!( Oh yea did I ever tell you I love being a Big Asshole what you think B.A stand for )

Visvim Kiefer Hi Patala

A new series of features are embedded in the newest Kiefers, known as the "Patala". Colors on the domestic versions are always subtle but there have some brighter insertions as you can see on the heel cap of the dark green model and on these really cool front zips. We've seen the side apertures on the Masterpiece collabos, later borrowed by Cause and even Wings & Horns, but Visvim is using their own original idea for this release. It's a definite hit, and though brightly colored, it is revealed mainly to the wearer exclusively, since the zip is camouflaged by the laces. The toe cap is an EVA pylon material, and the vulcanized overall structure of the shoe provides lightweight and comfort technology.

Being that Imnot to familar with this brand I got this whole post from Hypebeast but Im gonna try do way more orginal posts

Cassette Playa T-shirt - Uniqlo

Ok now Im getting real Fucking Mad :Kanye West

As you can see the shit just dont stop and all I want is just to go his concert , I have never been to a concert and all I want is just to see my favorite artist perform .
At the end of the day I will always be that kidd from the bronx who has to prove something to the whole world so when you find the person you look up to for more than one reason , cause honestly I feel as an Artist/Producer/AwhatdaFucker or what ever you would love to call me, Kanye West inspires me the most because not of his music , style ,or swagger but cause of his fight his continious fight to always prove that he his worthy amognst the Elite and alowing people like me from the hood to expand my horizons and go out and chase my Dreams. So whoever reading this
I guess this is my dissertation
Homie, this shit is basic
Welcome to graduation !

Peace to Kanye and all innovators, writers, ill minded people, and anyone chasing the Dream

Remember the Dream is over only when you wake Up - Baffuor K. Gyamfi

Tuesday, April 15, 2008


What more can I say ?

Monday, April 14, 2008

Da Warrior by Tim Tsui Blood Diamond Version

Seen on Hypebeast.
This collectible is designed by Tim Tsui( Honeslty I dont know who he is but as you can see he must be an ill mu'fucka ). What I love about this figure the most is the vivid details especially with the eyes. The toy is limited to 200 pieces and will be released on April 24th at 7PM on the artztoys website. The retail price is set at $125 USD.