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The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival

The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival
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It’s that time of the year again. The 4th Annual Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival will kick off July 10th at the Masonic Temple in Fort Greene. You can expect to see Blu & Exile, Mickey Factz, 88 Keys, J. Period (G.O.A.T. blender), Buckshot (possibly joined by Sean Price & Smif N Wessun), KRS-One and many more acts rocking the show.

Sidebar: I remember seeing the poster for the 2nd annual and thinking it was the dopest shit ever.

Related: SmartenUpNas has some pics of the Crooklyn Dodgers Reunion at the “30th Celebrate Brooklyn Summer Season”.

Previously: Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival: The Lost Tapes | The Internet Celebs do the BHF | Heltah Skeltah @ BHF | Ghostface @ BHF/ODB Tribute


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44 Responses to “The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival”

  1. chea Says:

    the cool

  2. yeah me 2 Says:

    Yup

  3. PHOENIXXX Says:

    I was at the second annual, Big Daddy Kane and an up and coming Lupe tore it down

    I’ll try to make it to this one

  4. chea Says:

    “at the Masonic Temple in Fort Greene”

    *adjusts shriner fez*

  5. chea Says:

    much as i think the chi has had shit on lock recently, nobody can hold a candle to the hip-hop history that NY has built, it’s an amazing thing

  6. nation Says:

    shades darker than a bitch but I can see

    ^ *dead*

  7. chea Says:

    http://www.sneakernews.com/2008/05/28/nike-sharkley-house-of-hoops-city-pack/

    smh @ chicago never getting exclusives like this

    *moves to harlem*

    *starts wearing a skull-gang belt buckle*

    dipset taliban beeyotch

  8. PHOENIXXX Says:

    lmao this nigga Jay Z got people hypnotized with that diamond sign

    you gotta see the looks on people’s faces in his performance while they got their hands in the air

    shit is hilariously scary

  9. D. Billz Says:

    chea Says:

    June 29th, 2008 at 4:12 pm
    i’ve never seen a rapper i like who didn’t aspire to be at the top. every rapper i fucks with is trying for that top spot

    ^Bleek has reached his peak. His time has come and gone as being a sought after mainstream artist. But he still records music and does what he likes. 5 albums… 2 gold and 1 platinum. Not bad if you ask me.

    >>bleek? never. nothing about bleek equals greatness

    ^Greatness according to who? He has reached mainstream success on several occurences.

    >>because he had a cushy deal from the start, he never gave it his best. he was always mediocre. he always needed the best production – and verses from jay – to even sound halfway decent

    ^Mediocore according to who? His first album was one of the best to come out of the Roc-A-Fella camp. 2nd album achieved commercial success. As for production, the Roc always had quality producers. What person signed to the Roc at that time wouldn’t used the producers that were available? It’s rappers now that would kill just to have the production from his FIRST. album. I don’t understand how a verse from someone else can make you sound better. Yeah, they might outshine you on your own track but that doesn’t make YOU sound any better. And this is Jay we’re talkin’ about.

    >>he used to get verses on jay’s albums. but it got to a point where jay probably just started saying ‘my album gets worse if i let dude have a verse on my shit so fuck it, he’s out.’

    ^How do you know this? Where did this come from? Last I heard he was in Miami taking care of his brother and other family members since 2003. As a matter of fact, Bleek being in Miami is how Rick Ross was introduced to Jay.

    >>anybody who says “well at least he went gold” — give me a break. that’s when everyone went gold. gold is only an achievement *now.* back then when everybody was going platinum, not so much. and again, he had the whole rocafella and def jam machines behind him and still couldn’t build a fanbase.

    ^What’s wrong with gold? So 500K people buying someone’s album is not successful? I’m sure every artist in the game wants to go platinum. But their achievements should be diminished because they received the next best thing? I don’t get that. And for the record, Lupe only went gold so is he a failure too?

    >>so was bleek successful? depends on your definition. i know for a lot of n*ggas, successful = making $100k+ per year. if that’s ur definition (billz, i’m not talking to u specifically) then maybe bleek is ur idol

    ^Record labels don’t promise millions. But since there ar many who have accumulated millions then people expect that to be the standard. How is making 100K/year doing what you LOVE to do NOT successful? Tell that to Raheem DeVaughn, or any other starving artists, who don’t even get the proper label support that $100K isn’t successful. I think they would beg to differ. And how do you know how much money Bleek has? And for the record, I don’t idolize anyone.

    >>that’s not my definition by any stretch

    ^Ok. But, who are you?

    >>p.s. the rap game is not like the finance game. in the world of finance, thousands of cats are multi-millionaires and build names for themselves and are crazy successful

    ^Why are you even comparing the two? Irrelevant.

    >>the rap game is like tennis, if you’re not in the top 10 or 20 you’re not making a very big impact

    ^Big impact on who? And how?

    >>wtv wtv this is all rambling but that’s how i feel

    ^Precisely.

  10. D. Billz Says:

    chea Says:

    June 29th, 2008 at 4:43 pm
    much as i think the chi has had shit on lock recently, nobody can hold a candle to the hip-hop history that NY has built, it’s an amazing thing

    ^Thank you, Cap’t Obvious.

  11. that guy Says:

    this must be a BYOB event…bring your own backpack. *chewsticks optional*

  12. hip hop cops Says:

    GIVE ME BACK MY SON

  13. pockets Says:

    >>he used to get verses on jay’s albums.

    ^D billz: he used to get verses on jay’s album according to who?

  14. pockets Says:

    ^Thank you, Cap’t Obvious.

    ^d billz: lieutenant douche

  15. pockets Says:

    “at the Masonic Temple in Fort Greene”

    ^its true, i went to high school literally across the street, i seen the protractor seal above one of the entrances really tiny ||, and another time i was in the library went into this unlocked room opened a book it had a maddd old sticker of my school’s seal and it was the same protractor shit…

  16. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    June 29th, 2008 at 5:22 pm
    ^Thank you, Cap’t Obvious.

    ^d billz: lieutenant douche

    ^I guess this makes you Captain Save-A-Ho

  17. pockets Says:

    ^Thank you, Cap’t Obvious.

    ^d billz: lieutenant douche

    ^I guess this makes you Captain Save-A-Ho

    ^i guess that still makes u lieutenant douche

  18. chea Says:

    D billz: he used to get verses on jay’s album according to who?

    ^

    *heart attack* (c) beastie boys

  19. chea Says:

    music overwhelms me these days

    like back in the day i would play a CD until it was damaged

    i would buy the CD and literally listen to it till i liked it even if i hated it at first

    now it’s like i have to love some shit i hear or i will just move on and listen to the next CD that’s sitting in my email box and i will never return to that earlier shit

    smh smh @ myself (c) the exorcist via dr. pock

  20. D. Billz Says:

    pockets Says:

    June 29th, 2008 at 5:27 pm
    ^Thank you, Cap’t Obvious.

    ^d billz: lieutenant douche

    ^I guess this makes you Captain Save-A-Ho

    ^i guess that still makes u lieutenant douche

    ^No doubt. I stay in some pussy. Or puttin’ one in their place.

  21. chea Says:

    ok billz you convinced me screw gooden i pitch in the PJs

    *rocks du-rag*

    *shaves pencil goatee around grill [||]*

    *takes care of family*

  22. nation Says:

    I’m Major Cock General Principle

  23. chea Says:

    billz u just called someone on NR a pussy because they went at memphis fucking bleek

    *writes FAIL on a sheet of paper*

    *staples paper to billz’s forehead*

  24. Rey Says:

    Dang. Billz went in!

    ***That Jay @ Glastonbury performance was fucking incredible. 2 years removed from the low point album–KC–he can put some of that work in perspective and let it shine through. That whole “Fuck Bush” thing with the verse from “Minority Report” gave me chills.

    Call me a sunshiny emo optimist if you want, but at least I can still have moments like that–something the disaffected cool kids around the internet can’t really say.

    Jay = GOAT

  25. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    damn thats going to be a dope show

  26. Paperstacker Says:

    Jay = GOAT

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    *buzzer*

    Try again for $100,000

  27. Rey Says:

    Hmm, or won’t really say–is probably a better way to put it.

    Either way, seeing that performance made a humid, boring Sunday a great day. Props to Nation and Eskay for bringing that to us, cuz I couldn’t see on the BBC website.

    Oh, and since I’m at it? “WALL*E” = Movie of the Year. Original story, spectacular animation, humor, and you really care about the characters. Sure, it’s being marketed as a kids movie, but anybody that’s not determined to be a Hater can dig it.

    ~~Exit~~

  28. FuckUPayMe618 Says:

    Oh, and since I’m at it? “WALL*E” = Movie of the Year. Original story, spectacular animation, humor, and you really care about the characters. Sure, it’s being marketed as a kids movie, but anybody that’s not determined to be a Hater can dig it.

    ~~Exit~~

    ^^^lol The New Batman movie drops pretty soon

  29. chea Says:

    rey i’m not doubting it

    according to rottentomatoes.com, the most well-reviewed film in history is Toy Story 2

    cartoon movies stay winning

  30. David Blackham Says:

    >>Call me a sunshiny emo optimist if you want

    ^no doubt!

  31. Rey Says:

    @ FUPM– Okay, that’s true, but if Batman’s anything less than 4 stars outta 4, Wall*E’s got it. “Hancock” (ugh–pause, jic) is gonna be good, but it’s got some competition from the aforementioned flicks.

  32. chea Says:

    fupm real spit the heath ledger posters all over chicago are starting to get to me. let that cat R.I.P. damn it

    that said, i’ve got to see the film that they shut down the streets around the sears tower to make

    i practically watched the whole shit come together so it will be cool to see the final product

  33. Rey Says:

    lol @ “David Blackham”–that might be the NR Alias of the year.

    ~~~~

    # chea Says:
    June 29th, 2008 at 5:44 pm

    rey i’m not doubting it

    according to rottentomatoes.com, the most well-reviewed film in history is Toy Story 2

    cartoon movies stay winning

    ^^^^

    Wall*E > TS 2. *b-boy stance*

  34. Rey Says:

    alright, i’m out for real. adios!

  35. nation Says:

    Either way, seeing that performance made a humid, boring Sunday a great day. Props to Nation and Eskay for bringing that to us, cuz I couldn’t see on the BBC website.

    ^ damn Rey… I don’t do it for my health, yo

  36. chea Says:

    but do you do it for the belt, yo?

  37. nation Says:

    >> but do you do it for the belt, yo?

    ayoooo

  38. digital scales Says:

    Crack will never sell again like it did in the mid 90’s

  39. chea Says:

    digital scales Says:

    June 29th, 2008 at 5:57 pm
    Crack will never sell again like it did in the mid 90’s

    ^

    good – fuck a drug dealer, word to me working for an after-school program on the south side right after college and dealing with cracked-out parents who couldn’t put a sentence together when they came to get their kids smh smh

  40. hip hop cops Says:

    >>Crack will never sell again like it did in the mid 90’s

    and that’s a bad thing?

  41. chea Says:

    how my last post get moderated (?)

  42. chea Says:

    now instead of moderated, my post is up but “d r u g d e a l e r” is bolded

    okaaaaaaaaaaaay lol

  43. nation Says:

    >> now instead of moderated, my post is up but “d r u g d e a l e r” is bolded

    spooky huh

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