(AllHipHop News) In the latest installment of their conversation with DJ Vlad, Star and Lord Jamar discuss what they call the “gay agenda,” segments of Hip Hop no longer representing the “alpha male,” and how members of the Native Tongues collective paved the way for current rap trends. 288 more words
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2013′s Second team preseason all-SEC, TRE MASON (21) tailback who in 2012 started six games after mid-season … led the team in rushing. AND in 2012 was the first non-QB to lead Auburn in total offense for a season since Bo Jackson in 1985. 62 more words
Auburn running back Tre Mason’s father was in De La Soul. Verne Lundquist referenced that. He also aborted an “oh my goodness” midstream for a doink. A glorious 47 seconds of commentary.
Review by Phillip Waters
Bravely experimental + wildly entertaining = a classic album. At least that’s the case for De La Soul’s debut, 3 Feet High and Rising. 580 more words
Columbus ex-pat took his remix of De La Soul’s “Stakes Is High” a step further and synched it up with the video.
LP + 7″ on Nature Sounds (NSD100LP)
MF DOOM is the man in the iron mask. The most mysterious figure in hip-hop has also become one of the most popular, supplying beats and rhymes for Gorillaz, De La Soul, Madlib, Danger Mouse, and Wu-Tang Clan, and drawing praise from heavyweights like Just Blaze, Nas, and Mos Def.
The first song in my head this morning was one that hasn’t been released yet and which I’m sworn to secrecy about. I awaited the second, which ended up being one of the most infectious songs to ever grace the small screen: Mahna Mahna, which was (of course) made popular by The Muppet Show. 126 more words