Monday, June 30, 2008

LAX Tracklistsses

All of these are rumored tracklists for The Game's LAX. Which one's will make the cut? Why no double? Whats real whats fake? This is alot of guest artists, I wanna hear all this!
1. Intro (I'm Back) - 1:22
2. The Sound Collector feat. Quan (Produced by 9th Wonder) - 3:51
3. Front Page feat. Lil Wayne (Produced by Hi-Tek) - 4:09
4. Big Dreams (Produced by Cool & Dre) - 4:50
5. D.O.C. (Produced by Dr. Dre) - 2:47
6. Say It Ain't So feat. RZA (Produced by Kanye West) - 3:15
7. Fire feat. T-Pain (Produced by Scott Storch) - 4:32
8. Call It A Day (Produced by J.R. Rotem) - 5:02
9. Street Ryders feat. Akon & Nas (Produced by Cool & Dre) - 4:58
10. Rome Is Burning feat. Rick Ross and Mary J. Blige (Produced by Scott Storch) - 3:35
11. Skit (Interrogation) - 0:46
12. People feat. Mary J. Blige (Produced by Cool & Dre) - 4:21
13. You Owe Me feat. Alicia Keys (Produced by Quincy Jones) - 4:34
14. Red Magic feat. Atmosphere (Produced by Cool & Dre) - 3:27
15. Forecast (Rain) (Produced by Just Blaze) - 3:00
16. Make The World Go 'Round feat. Ghostface Killah (Produced by Scott Storch) - 3:03
17. Hustlers Dream featuring Anthony Hamilton (Produced by Dre & Vidal) - 5:23
18. Outro (Last Word) (Produced by The Neptunes) - 7:56
1. Intro
2. Bounce! Produced by Swizz Beatz
3. The Sound Collector (featuring Quan) Produced by 9th Wonder
4. Street Rydaz (featuring NaS & Akon) Produced by Cool & Dre
5. Los Angeles Times Produced by Scott Storch
6. Blood Brothers (featuring Lil' Wayne) Produced by NJD
7. The Terrordome Produced by Just Blaze
8. Wanna Get High (featuring Snoop Dogg & Busta Rhymes) Produced by Hi-Tek
9. You Owe Me (featuring Alicia Keys) Produced by Quincy Jones
10. Big Dreams Produced by Cool & Dre
11. Cruisin' (featuring D'Angelo) Produced by Scott Storch
12. House Of Pain Produced by KanYe West
13. Any Means Necessary Produced by J.R. Rotem
14. People (featuring Mary J. Blige) Produced by Cool & Dre
15. Lights Out! Produced by Just BlazeBonus Tracks:
16. Hustlers Dream (featuring Anthony Hamilton) Produced by Dre & Vidal
17. Gangsta Music (featuring Juice, Clyde Carson, Ya Boy & Jay Rock) Prod by NJD
01. Rebirth (Produced by Tre Beats)
02. Steady Bangin' (Produced by Ervin Pope)
03. Red Magic feat. Lil' Wayne (Produced by Cool & Dre)
04. That Formula feat. Robin Thicke (Produced by Just Blaze)
05. Don't Stop feat. Common (Produced by Kanye West)
06. Game's Pain feat. Keyshia Cole (Produced by Knobody)
07. Whatcha Gonna Do (Produced by Timbaland)
08. Upside Down feat. Chris Brown (Produced by Scott Storch)
09. Worldwide feat. Ludacris & Busta Rhymes (Produced by Swizz Beatz)
10. Drop That Top (Produced by Scott Storch)
11. My Block feat Nas (Produced by Cool & Dre)
12. Los Angeles Times (L.A.X.) (Produced by Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem)
13. Stay True feat. Marsha Ambrosious (Produced by Hi-Tek)
14. Sunrise to Sunset (Produced by Nottz)
15. Hell's Angels feat. Ice Cube (Produced by Tre Beats)
16. Blast For Me (Produced by Jellyroll)
17. Make the World Go 'Round feat. Ne-Yo (Produced by Cool & Dre)
18. 'Til the Death feat. Raekwon (Produced by DJ Khalil)
19. 21-Gun Salute (Produced by Cool & Dre)
1. Big Dreams (Prod. by Cool & Dre)
2. Black Wall Street Is My Click
3. Worldwide
4. Ghost Rider
5. I Might Be
6. Self (ft. Nelly & KRS-One)
7. On Fire (ft. Juice)
8. What You Wanna Do (ft. Krayzie Bone)
9. Recognize A Boss
10. I Think We Got A Problem (ft. Sheek Louch & Bun B)
11. Luv Me No More (ft. Jim Jones)
12. What's Going On (ft. Marsha Ambrosius)
13. Love' s Highway (ft. Mario Winans)
14. Big Dreams (Black Wall Street Remix) (ft. Ya Boy)
15. Big Dreams (Intrumental)
1. Los Angeles Times(Intro) (Produced By Nottz)
2. Dope Boyz Ft. Travis Barker (Produced By 1500 Or Nothin)
3. My Life Ft. Lil Wayne (Produced By Cool N Dre)
4. Let Us Live Ft. Chrisette Michelle (Produced By Scott Storch)
5. Make The World Go Round (Produced By Cool N Dre)
6. Game’s Pain Ft. Keyshia Cole (Produced By Knobody)
7. State of Emergency Ft. Ice Cube (Produced By Jonathan Rotem)
8. Camera Phone Ft. Ne-Yo (Produced By Cool N Dre)
9. Street Ryders Ft. Akon (Produced By Cool N Dre & Akon)
10. Touchdown (Produced By Nottz)
11. Letter To The King Ft. Nas (Produced By Hi-Tek)
12. House Of Pain (Produced By DJ Toomp)
13. Big Dreams (Produced By Cool N Dre)
14. Nice Ft. Ja Rule (Produced By Irv Gotti)
15. Ya Heard Ft. Ludacris (Produced By Nottz)
16. Thug And A Gentleman Ft. Ne-yo (Produced By Jonathan Rotem)
17. Put Ya Hands Up Ft. Busta Rhymes (Produced By Scott Storch)
18. Angel Ft. Kanye West & Common (Produced By Kanye West)
19. Los Angeles Times(Outro) Ft. Marsha Ambrosius (Produced By Just Blaze)

Saturday, June 28, 2008

I'll Advertise Part 1

Legal or Illegal? Schedule 1 it or Decriminalize it? Too many people are spending too much money for weed, in more ways than one. Purchasing, fines, court osts, blunts, lost jobs...when will the nonsense stop. Considering it is more difficult for a minor to purchase cigarettes than a dime bag i think it is more harmful illegal. It is an obvious scam by once again OUR government to make more money to put in their pockets. They charge you with possesion, dont try to help you kick, fine you, put your reputation on the line as a drug addict, and in some cases officers smoke what they have confiscated. For instance, if you are caught with a rolled blunt you are given two (2) ciatations, one for possesion of less than one half ounce and one for possesion of drug paraprenalia. If i want to smoke the weed i will need something to put it in, not to mention the blunt itself is legal. Why should i be fined twice for preferrence of use? This is some bullshit. Here are some sterotypical pros and cons to get started and next time i will really get into it:

1. The drug generally isn't more harmful than alcohol or tobacco if used in moderation. As you'll see by reading research studies from the related links section at the bottom of the page, the studies of the harmfulness of marijuana are inconclusive and contradictory. Most doctors would agree that it's not very harmful if used in moderation. It's only when you abuse the drug that problems start to occur. But isn't abuse of almost any bad substance a problem? If you abuse alcohol, caffeine, Ephedra, cigarettes, or even pizza, health problems are sure to follow. Would you want the government limiting how much coffee you can drink or how much cheesecake you take in? Most doctors believe that marijuana is no more addictive that alcohol or tobacco.
2. Limiting the use of the drug intrudes on personal freedom. Even if the drug is shown to be harmful, isn't it the right of every person to choose what harms him or her? Marijuana use is generally thought of as a "victimless crime", in that only the user is being harmed. You can't legislate morality when people disagree about what's considered "moral".
3. Legalization would mean a lower price; thus, related crimes (like theft) would be reduced. All illegal drugs are higher in price because the production, transportation, and sale of the drugs carry heavy risks. When people develop drug habits or addictions, they must somehow come up with the money to support their cravings. Unless a person is wealthy, he or she must often resort to robbery and other crimes to generate the money needed to buy the drugs. Legalization would reduce the risks and thus reduce the prices. There would therefore be less need for the secondary crimes needed to raise money.
1. Marijuana is often used as a stepping-stone drug, leading to heroin, cocaine, or other harder drugs. Studies show that marijuana use often progresses to the use of harder drugs. In other words, people experiment with what is often thought of as a "harmless" drug. Then, after using it for a while, a bigger "high" is sought; thus, users then turn to the harder stuff like heroin, LSD, cocaine, etc. This is particularly a problem since most people will not directly start abusing the harder drugs that are generally understood to be harmful. Marijuana use may simply embolden them to experiment.
2. Stoned driving and other dangers would be increased. Marijuana use isn't truly a "victimless crime" when you consider all the crimes that may be committed when the user is under the influence of the drug. Drunk driving is still a major problem in our society despite all the education and stiff penalties. "Driving high" would be even harder to detect. Unless the user has been smoking in the car, there isn't as distinctive of a smell as there is with alcohol. Also, there's always the possibility that the lapse in judgment caused by drug use will lead to harder crimes like rape or robbery.
3. Some consider use of the drug as morally wrong. Many religions and moral codes prohibit the use of intoxicating substances. Marijuana is generally considered to fit into this category.
This is a link to the site with their pros and cons listed:

A Day Late And A Dollar Short

HARARE, Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe came under threat of further sanctions on Saturday as President Bush said the U.S. was working on new ways to punish longtime leader Robert Mugabe and his allies following the widely denounced presidential runoff election.
Earlier Saturday, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the U.S. plans to introduce a U.N. resolution as early as next week seeking tough measures against Zimbabwe.
"We will press for strong action by the United Nations, including an arms embargo on Zimbabwe and travel ban on regime officials," Bush said in a statement issued while he spent the weekend at Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland.
Friday's runoff election was widely condemned by African and other world leaders. Longtime President Robert Mugabe was the only candidate and observers said the few Zimbabweans who went to the polls did so only out of fear.
"The international community has condemned the Mugabe regime's ruthless campaign of politically motivated violence and intimidation with a strong and unified voice that makes clear that yesterday's election was in no way free and fair," Bush said.
Now here is my problem. Why did we not secure the voting like we did in Iraq? Lack of monetary funds? Too violent? Or too many niggers? It is typical of our government to comment on something after the worst part has taken place. What exactly will sanctions do if the official elected will still be in office? That seems like you will make it even more rough for the citizens if you have a crook in office and restaints on trading, travel and such. This has been going on for centuries. America's government will not help anyone who doesn't pay. They restuctured Iraq because of influence from Israel, but skipped Zimbabwe. They attacked Slobadon Milosivik for, as Clinton put it " Ethnic clensing and economic benefits", but bypassed Angola. If you are going to risk OUR troops lives for a conflict that is none of OUR business I say do it for ethics not for income. Many feel otherwise do you feel??

Another Ace For Venus

After struggling in tight first sets in her opening two matches, Venus Williams moved quickly to defeat Spanish qualifier Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez 6-1, 7-5 Saturday and advance to the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Williams served out the match at love, finishing with a 127-mph delivery — the fastest recorded by a woman at Wimbledon — for her 11th ace.

You can do it again Venus..go get em'!

Crazy All-Star Game Joint

Here is a link to an All-Star casted mix of a new Game single featuring Jada, Bun B, Pusha T, Fat Joe, Buck, Keisha Cole, & Queen Latifah

AZ??..Oh Thats My Nigga!

There is a new mixtape ont he way from AZ. I got this information for one of my favorite news sites, Here's the some of the interview:
“I was inspired by Nas’ movement,” said AZ. “That’s my boy. And when I was putting out the Undeniable album I was getting a lot of questions like, ‘When you and Nas doing this and doing that?’ And it was overwhelming actually. I mean, I always got [those questions] through my career, but it was more overwhelming this run. And [so] I decided I would never know if [working together again is] gonna come into fruition. So I said, ‘You know what, I’ma hop on that bandwagon and do my Niggaz 4 Life ‘cause he’s doing the nigger theme, and it’ll give the fans an opportunity to say [if] they did do an album [together] this how it would sound like.’”

Bumpy's Back

Fourteen years after its intended release on Flavor Unit/Epic Records, Freddie Foxxx's Crazy Like A Foxxx album is being released on July 29th by Fat Beats Records.
The 1994 sophomore release was promoted behind the single of "So Tough" which was remixed by Notorious B.I.G. mentor Easy Mo Bee and also by Pete Rock
the single was backed by "Crazy Like A Foxxx." After promotional cassettes were sent to radio and press, the album was mysteriously shelved by the label.
"It was important for me to [release] Crazy Like A Foxxx because I took it back in, and I remastered it. I just wanted to give them the whole entire album," Freddie Foxxx told HipHopDX last evening. The album was largely made for the emcee's comrades in prison at the time, and initially featured darker
music and aggressive subject matter.
The initial 1993 demo version of Crazy Like A Foxxx features production exclusively from D.I.T.C.'s Showbiz, Lord Finesse and Buckwild. As an added treat for listeners, Fat Beats and Foxxx have included these unheard versions on the bonus disc of the two CD set, also available digitally. The emcee, who released his debut album in 1989, added, "The D.I.T.C. version got turned down by Flavor Unit. I actually liked it better, but I had to go and produce [the album] myself, and that was the [version] they accepted. A lot of emails and MySpace blogs were comin' in about how people liked the Crazy Like A Foxxx album. I was [thinking] I don't know how they like it if it was never put out. Somebody leaked it on a cassette, and people were just listening to the raggedy old, nasty-soundin' cassette version. I said, 'You know what? Let me just put it out.' It's really about the fans all day."
Among those original tracks, producer Showbiz had initially submitted the beat that would later become KRS-One's "Sound Of Da Police," which can be heard in its original form through this release. The Freddie Foxxx version is called "8 Bars To Catch A Body."
Another point of interest from this relic is the largely unpublicized competitive rap battle with the Ultramagnetic MC's. "It wasn't a physical thing, it was a rap competition/battle, whatever you want to call it," reveals the artist who also goes by Bumpy Knuckles a decade and a half later. "I decided to switch up the title song 'Crazy Like A Foxxx.' There's two versions on there that people are gonna hear. I gave them the original version, which was more of me doin' my lyrical skill thing, and then I switched up and put my whole battle verses on there and dedicated the whole track to them. I was trying to feed the audience what they wanted from me."
Asked what the album makes him think about today, Foxxx says, "At first I think, 'Damn, I've been rapping a long time. [Laughs] I think about, and hopefully people understand, it's just classic material. It's catalogue. I'm actually going to start releasing a lot more catalogue."
The album also features appearances by Kool G Rap ,
Chuck D and 2Pac. Freddie Foxxx is also releasing Motorcycle Music volumes 1 through 3 for Krupt Mob, as well as working on his anticipated next studio album Amerikkkan Black Man and the Stop The Violence movement.
This is one of my favorite MC's shout out to Bumpy ..time for some Real Nigga Shit!!

Long Live N.W.A.!!

The right to free speech cost one Philadelphia man his freedom after a YouTube video threatening police officers caught the attention of local police.
Andre Moore, posted a clip titled “Dissin Philly Cops,” in which he displayed a silver firearm
and proclaimed his joy when an officer is shot in the line of duty.
The 44-year-old called the officers in West Philadelphia’s 18th police district “a bunch of liars” and exclaimed his joy “whenever they shoot a cop in Philadelphia.”
Later in the video—which has been removed from the site—Moore aims the gun at the screen and directly advocates for the murder of officers.
"Boom! ... When you shoot the cop, you shoot them dead, OK? Anywhere, head or the heart. That's why the last cops lost their lives," he says.
Philadelphia police took the video seriously and issued a warrant for Moore’s arrest after identifying him in the video.
"We believe these were terroristic threats that are not protected by the First Amendment, particularly when he encourages people to promote violence in Philadelphia and when he shows people how to use a gun to shoot a cop," said Kevin Harley, spokesman for the state Attorney General’s office.
Officers used a battering ram to apprehend Moore, who will face charges of aggravated assault, terroristic threats, corruption of morals of a minor and harassment according to Lt. John Walker. The corruption of morals charge was due to Moore’s young son holding the camera during the video’s filming.
Three Philadelphia officers have been killed in the line of duty in the past two years.

Pray For Me

Rapper DMX was arrested in Miami for the second time this week, after attempting to buy $45 in cocaine and marijuana from an undercover police officer on Friday (Jun 26. He is currently in custody at the Miami-Dade County jail.
According to the police DMX approached the officer, asking for $30 of powder and $15 of weed.
DMX was also arrested on Monday (Jun 22) on a warrant for driving without a valid license, and was later released after posting a $500 bond.
Come on X! I am really praying for X to make it out of this struggle. One thing i can say i know of from X is he is very spiritual so with that power he can still make it. I also know he has alot of fines to pay but i know he's got enough to have someone hit the streets for him. I am not sure whats up with all these MC's getting into the "extra" stuff as far as the drugs. I repeat: Stick to the WEED!!!". This is one of the more stronger MC's and with all the wackness out here we need X!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Young Buck - G Unit = Ut Oh

Now we all know Young Buck has been removed from G Unit. He has since been video taped in Florida saying "Fuck G Unit" and partially explaining his gripe. Now the Unit has fired back with recorded audio. Something is definelty going on with Buck that we are not used to.

Ok Im Cool The Celtics Win

Thats okay dude ..we gonna be okay man. Shout out to the Celtics..Ho Hum Hum Ho. :(

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Young Bean I Need You!!

Come on man! I need 3 in a row...Lets shock the world LA!

June 5th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS Loss

June 8th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS Loss

June 10th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL Win!!

June 12th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL Loss

June 15th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL

June 17th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS

June 19th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS

Kill All Rats!!

Ralph “Ralphie” Simms, an incarcerated former Black Mafia Family member, has alleged in court that rapper Young Jeezy received kilos of cocaine from BMF. During the cocaine-conspiracy trial of Fleming “Ill” Daniels, another alleged BMF member, the snitching began according to Creative Loafing in Atlanta.
Young Jeezy’s lawyer Scott Leemon had “no comment” when contacted today (June 14) about Simms’ shocking testimony.
BMF was started in the late 1980s by brothers Demetrius “Meech” and Terry “Southwest T” Flenory in Detroit. By 2005 the organization is reputed to have laundered over $270 million in drug money throughout various US cities.
The accuser, Ralph Simms, was indicted on related drug charges last year in Los Angeles. Simms informed the jury that he hoped to receive a reduced sentence in light of his testimony in the Daniels case.
At press time Young Jeezy had not been charged or questioned by authorites about Simms' accusation.
Now i will even say it is RUMORED that Jeezy was working with BMF. But one thing i know for sure it hard as hell to leave the game, and from what i can tell dude pulled it off. I dont believe for a second as much money as Jeezy is getting he is still involved in dealing coke. I am not even saying this cause i am a super fan i am not really on dude like that but this is foul. If you are in a crew and you have seen trips around the world, a multitude of beautiful women, gold and ice, fancy cars, the best weed in the US, throwing money in the air at shows, you have lived the life and ratting on your crew is some straight bitch shit. I bet you dude wont even get much off his sentence because everyone knows BMF was heavy in the game. Throw the book at that nigga...KAR!!!!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

RIP Stack Bundles Im Still Reppin'

Its been a long year without you brother. Lil Wayne did his thing on the mixtapes but i dont care what anyone says last year was all you baby! Sq-Sq-Sq-Sq-Squad Up!! Jeah!

Monday, June 9, 2008

He's The Green Lantern!

Nas and Green Lantern have released the new mix joint "The Nigger Mixtape". Yeah Nas get 'em one way or another. Many people have expressed their views on the album title both positive and negative. Ole' Al Sharpton gave his two cents like he was the cause of the title change, which i dont agree with so im not posting his comments. In fact im only posting Green Lanterns and a link to the mix:
“I guess it shows you the power of Wal-Mart and Target,” confesses Green Lantern about the late verdict. “If that was the case, it’s definitely scary because it kinda fucks with your artistic vision.”
“It’s obviously gonna make the tape bigger and round it out more. It’s actually better for [Nas] because it’s a super-positive song. It kinda balances out any negative comments about him going this N-word route.”


Saturday, June 7, 2008

Foxy Ross

Seems as though Foxy Brown and Rick Ross are kicking it. Some say sources from both camps have confimed. I'm definetly looking foward to some joints if not an album.

New Nas Joints

Fried Chicken


Still Intelligent

I Wanna send a shout out to my man from Queens Tragedy Khadafi a.k.a. Intelligent Hoodlum. He was always on some other shit with the ryhmes, awareness, and flow. I am not to sure about his where abouts but i would love to hear more joints. Here is a few of my old school favorites:

You Must Have Gotten A Taste Of Agent Orange

Shout out to for this article. I was reading up on dude because he said something retarded before and he's at it again. The whole Down South bites Fuck That! You are definetly not Papoose and these comments are probably why Jay hasn't hollered at you all the way. I told you before when you were talking about "retiring" you cant even see me so burn the road up and quit then. That purple anti gang shit was hot and after that you havent impressed me...I fast foward your shit on that Jay-Z joint. I dont see your vision either.

Arriving from a recent show in China, Saigon came on to DJ Kay Slay's Shade 45 radio show to discuss several issues including current music interests, T-Pain and southern rap, and rumors about Roc Nation.
After announcing, “My shit is 10 times better than all that,” when referring to up-and-coming albums from a handful of rappers (namely Lil Wayne), Saigon gave props to another New York rapper who’s looking at a bright career. “Anticipating? Papoose. I still want to hear what a Papoose album would sound like, 'cause I know what he could do. Your album is gonna be your best shit, and I know what he did on his mixtape. And I ain’t saying it 'cause Slay [is] here, Paps is my man. That nigga’s a genius with his writing level.”
Sure to make some rap listeners turn the other cheek, the discussion turned a bit questionable as Saigon commented on the south’s presence in the Hip Hop community. “It’s funny though, someone was like ‘you trying to sound like a south nigga.’ I’m like, ain’t they biting by just rapping period? How you gonna say I’m biting when ya’ll nigga’s is rapping? This is us, what the fuck are y'all rapping for? They forgot about that, Slay.”
Changing gears, Saigon expressed his views on a rumored Roc Nation signing. “Jay is my nigga. Me and Jay fuck around with more than music…But I don’t know [if he sees my vision]. We haven’t had that conversation yet. What I’m doing is risky. This hasn’t been done since [Public Enemy's] 'Fight the Power.'”
Reported by Edwin Ortiz.

Rampart Review

I was in the crib today watching the Hip Hop Police Documentary again and i decided to post something on the Rampart Scandal considering how many people dont know the truth about what events took place. The scandal involves many people that are believed to be involved in the murder of the Notorious B.I.G. Basically a strong example of more malfeasance in police depatments across America. Here is an excerpt and the link to a timeline provided by PBS:
-March 18th, 1997 Road Rage Shootout
Undercover L.A.P.D. officer Frank Lyga shot and killed off-duty L.A.P.D. officer Kevin Gaines in a case of apparent road rage. The shooting of a black officer -- Gaines -- by a white cop -- Lyga -- created a highly publicized police controversy. Lyga told FRONTLINE that Gaines threatened him with a gun and that he responded in self-defense, adding, "In my training experience this guy had 'I'm a gang member' written all over him." Investigators on the case discovered that Gaines had allegedly been involved in similar road rage incidents, threatening drivers and brandishing his gun. They also discovered troubling connections between Gaines and
Death Row Records, a rap recording label owned by Marion "Suge" Knight that, investigators came to find, was hiring off-duty police officers as security guards.
Lyga, who had been reassigned to desk duty while the L.A.P.D. reviewed the circumstances of the shooting, including whether his actions had been racially motivated, was ultimately exonerated a year later. Three separate internal investigations determined that the shooting was "in policy."
After the shooting, the Gaines family, represented by attorney Johnnie Cochran, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles for $25 million. The city later settled the suit for $250,000.

-November 6th, 1997 Bank Robbery
Robbers targeted a Los Angeles branch of Bank of America, making off with $722,000. Investigating officers were immediately suspicious of assistant bank manager Errolyn Romero, who had had more cash than was necessary, delivered just ten minutes before the robbery. One month later Romero confessed to her role in the crime and implicated her boyfriend, L.A.P.D. officer David Mack, as the mastermind. A former track star, Mack was arrested and later convicted of the bank robbery. He was sentenced to 14 years and three months in federal prison. He has refused to reveal the whereabouts of the money, and while in prison has reportedly associated himself with the Mob Piru Bloods, a gang with ties to
Death Row Records. Detectives investigating Mack discovered that two days after the robbery, Mack and two other police officers -- including a former partner, Rafael Perez -- spent the weekend gambling in Las Vegas, spending thousands of dollars.
Read the rest here:

Thursday, June 5, 2008


I am a true LA Lakers fan. Magic and Kareem got me really into the sport and now we are back at the Celtics. A classic series will be reborn as Kobe and the team try(will!) to take out the Bird/McHale/Parish-less Celtics. We still have magic on our team and we will have to use it cause they are playing hard. Check out the schedule:
June 5th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS
June 8th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS
June 10th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL
June 12th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL
June 15th 9pm est on ABC BOS at LAL
June 17th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS
June 19th 9pm est on ABC LAL at BOS

I Cant Wait To Hear Nigger

I fully understand why Nas wanted to call his album Nigger. Nothing like reverse psychology/racism to shake a few heads. If this were most other artist i would not be as supportive. But i think i am familiar with Nas' track record and i know what he's thinking. This is some ole' Tupac shit!

Going Postal!!

I had to get this one. I don't know where he got it from but i copied this from the rumors section of my favorite Hip Hop news/rumor mill I mean this was funny as hell! - Watch more free videos

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Change Is Here!

One Hell of a Speech

So now whats next? I'm wondering if i would even let Hillary stand next to me, but i do know a "dream ticket" when i see one. Congratulations to Obama. One blow to the beast from the Black man with a November win or not, he shook up the world. Things have changed some and if/when this man gets elected we will see a REALLY big change in the people in this country's attitudes and ideologies. I swear i cant wait i want to see this!

Shout Out To The Bouncemaster Doo Wop

What is wrong with Dwayne anyway. Got to be the drugs. Smoke it a day. Lil Wayne's only "greats" are as follows:

The most improved MC

One of the greatest from New Orleans

The End

Shout out to the following: Justo,Red Alert,Doo Wop,Ron G,S&S,Action Pac,Craig G,Funkmaster Flex,Kayslay,Rampage,Silva Surfa,Chill Will,Lazy K,Jazzy Joyce,Tony Touch,Kid Capri,Mister Cee,DJ Hectic,Juice,Dirty Harry,Milliano,Hardrock,Gladiator,Ron Stro,P-Money,Envy,Whoo Kid,DJ Drama,Smallz, DJ Screw(RIP),Green Lantern,Famous,Clue,Enuff,Spinbad,Billy Bill,& Weird Science A.K.A.the Protocol(myself)

RIP Runny and Stack B

And Here is a hot Tee: