Georgia being shite, Ibooks blowing up (Apple you suck anal fissures), the arrival of La Familia from bogcountry, a complete vinyl and cd collection rearrangement and an impending trip to North Carolina (throw ya hands up, take your shirt off, spin it round your head like a helicopter etc etc) have all conspired to blow me off course (nullus) for another week or so…
Fucking sucks. See you all on March 27th. BSE I got your email but this piece of shit won’t let me reply – I think its bsenice. Anyway – everyone in the real world have fun. You cunts.
I’m off to just outside Atlanta for a week and a half. God knows if I’ll have net access while I’m there – if I don’t you’re stuck with The Source post, and Terrence Howard being a knob till I get back (unless some of the crew posts something.) If I do, then expect the usual brand of fuckwittery, only most of it will come from me while I’m ‘on-the-run’ (no homo).
Here’s the deal. I used to grab every issue of The Source and Hiphop Connection and have been doing so since around 1989-ish. When Vibe came along I started to get almost every issue of that as well. Rather than binning them like regular people, the Gollum in me decided to hoard them, tucking each issue of each magazine away in stacks of alphabetically-ordered box files each month. Over time, this stack of files grew until it was swamping my room, so they were moved out to my garage where they survived the biting arctic temperatures of winter, and the Sahara-like heat of summer and all the rest of the over-exaggerated weather that comes with the season changes in Northern Ireland.
from AOL Blackvoices
“Oscar nominee Terrence Howard was honored last week at the National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters’ (NABOB) 22nd Annual Communications Awards Dinner at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C., where he was presented an Entertainer of the Year Award. Backstage I caught up with Howard, who told me that the look of shock on his face when rap collective Three 6 Mafia won the Academy Award for Best Original Song was definitely authentic.
Artist: The Product
Album: One Hunid
Label: Underground Railroad / Koch
Rating: 8 / 10
Reviewer: A to the L
Album: Body Armour
Label: Northbridge Records
Rating: 8 / 10
Reviewer: Wasteland Drifter
There aren €™t many Hip-Hop albums expelled from England €™s rectum (better known as Doncaster) and there are many good reasons for that. Not since the days of Honky €™s €˜The Whistler €™ has anyone from Doncaster made a serious attempt at making a name for themselves on the UK Hip Hop scene, now it €™s Eighteen18 €™s turn.
… Showing my inches in a trench like a flasher”
In my zombie-fied state last night (or early this morning depending how much of a stickler you are) I managed to bugger up my sidebar while putting in the Google Adsense shit (CLICK SOMETHING YOU CUNTS).