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Just some bomb-ass ATL shit fresh off the cutting-room floor (i.e. 4 days old):

And if you don’t know Donnis, you should.  Listen to or download his best track, “Gone,” and the one above, “Tonight,” below:

Donnis – “Gone” (right-click save as)

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Donnis – “Tonight” (right-click save as)

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Below you can enjoy Souls of Mischief performing their hip-hop classic “93 til Infinity” from a show in Santa Clara this past weekend.  It’s been seventeen years since its release, and the song still hasn’t gotten old to me…


And if for some reason you don’t have this one in your collection, you can download the studio version of “93 til Infinity” right here (right-click then “save as”) or (if you’re not into the whole “piracy” thing) listen to it below:

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To be honest, when I heard this the other day I just thought it was a tight mashup with some random background music, but it turns out that it’s a mashup with the intro music to “The Office,” a show that I’ve clearly never seen.  So, here’s yet another excuse for all of you in the dark about Weezy to finally give him a listen, albeit for a ridiculous reason:

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(listen to it here)

OR

Download it here


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Yes, it’s more hyperbole, but no it’s not bullshit. Look at what respected hip-hop blog It’s All the Way Live had to say about Black Thought, the eternally underrated frontman and MC for The Roots, and the freestyle he recently spit on Shade 45 in a tribute to the late producer-extraordinaire J Dilla:

Black Thought has been considered by many to be among the best emcees of all time, but after his incredible ‘freestyles’ on the Shade 45 Dilla tribute recently, many hip-hop heads bowed down and gave him the crown as THE greatest. Even Q-Tip was at a loss for words when it came his time to grab the mic. While this has been floating around the net for a bit, here’s our exclusive mix of the session, with some of the levels raised (including bass) and mastered properly. I edited out Tony Toca (sorry pal) and everything flows perfectly. Enjoy raw emceeing at its finest over Dilla beats.

Honestly, that introduction might not even do it justice. Admittedly, it’s virtually impossible for Thought to have spit all of this off the dome, forcing us to put quotation marks around the word “freestyle,” but even if every word of it was written down it is STILL nothing short of remarkable. It’s a rare combination of extraordinary lyrics, a smooth, natural flow and a sick Dilla beat, and what you get is a showcase of the enormous talent that is Black Thought, who so often gets overlooked while surrounded by the universally-recognized brilliance of The Roots (and the charisma of his fellow bandmate, drummer ?uestlove). Here, though, you are treated to Black Thought at the top of his game, spitting in a raw, almost unrecognizably raspy voice and at a pace that literally leaves Q-Tip laughing (as you’ll hear) at its sickness. Originally this was three separate freestyles on the same radio show, but, as mentioned above, this file has been mastered into one perfectly fluid track. You can either download it below or listen to it below that; either way it’s eleven-plus minutes of rapping that will blow your mind:

Black Thought (feat. Q-Tip) – Shade 45 Dilla Tribute

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[MP3 courtesy of (the excellent) All The Way Live]

And now from today’s episode of trust-Bdon-because-he-wouldn’t-put-a-music-video-on-his-blog-unless-it-was-absolutely-bomb comes the new video from Theophilus London:

Since you were so obsessed with the song upon first viewing of the video, feel free to download it here or listen to it (sans visuals) below:

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Theophilus London – Humdrum Town

[via 2dopeboyz]

For the past six years, Waxy.org has been tracking how many Oscar-nominated films are available online in pirated versions, and the results for 2009 are exciting: “Out of 26 nominated films, an incredible 23 films are already available in DVD quality on nomination day, ripped either from the screeners or the retail DVDs. This is the highest percentage since I started tracking.” [link to Google spreadsheet]

 The Hives and Cyndi Lauper

A Christmas Duel – The Hives & Cyndi Lauper

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