Verbals by A to the L
Tame One – Da Muzik / Lets Get Fucked Up (Ahead Recordings)
The ransom note probably said, “We have your kids. You will not get them back until you go to the studio shown on the attached map. Here you will find a microphone linked to a computer, and a cd of beats. You must quickly compose 2 raps and record them using the computer. Ensure that the lyrics are as ridiculous and as forced as possible. Take into account that the beats sound like they were made by a small demented chimpanzee forcefed 3 kilos of amphetamines, and make sure that your mic performance sounds equally amateurish. Complete the 2 songs as directed and your kids will be released unharmed.” Poor Tame One… at least he got his kids back though.
RATING: 1 / 10

ARTICLE: Uninsured music motorists

Uninsured music motorists (By Kenny Love)

“In today’s musical climate, operating without a professional promoter or publicist in the upper echelon of the music industry, is akin to driving a vehicle without liability insurance…eventually, a major accident will cost you far more than your monthly premiums.”


Young Buck Interview (by A to the L)

Young Buck

As part of G-Unit, Young Buck’s name has risen to the point where he is now ready to drop his first solo joint. Led by the blazing ‘Let Me In’ single, “Straight Outta Cashville” drops at the end of August, and as part of his promotion for the album, the Nashville, TN resident spoke exclusively to