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Eric Bobo ft. B Real, Sick Jacken & Ill Bill – Apocalypse Now

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Eric Bobo, son of Latin Jazz legend Willie Bobo and the percussionist for Cypress Hill, is preparing to drop his debut solo LP Meeting Of The Minds on Nacional Records on November 18.

The album features guests like B Real (Cypress Hill), DJ Tony Touch, illBill, Latin Alternative star DJ Toy Selectah, Demigodz, Rhettmatic (Beat Junkies), Sick Jacken (Psycho Realm) and many other great artists from across the world. Eric is the son of Latin jazz legend Willie Bobo and has been an official touring and recording member of Cypress Hill since 1994. He was also a member of the Beastie Boys throughout the 90s and he’s name-checked on several Beasties songs. “Meeting of the Minds” is a hip-hop leaning record with some explorations into the rock, drum&bass and r&b genres [all influential reference points that relate to Bobo’s musical story as drummer and percussionist for various artists]. In his career, Bobo has recorded and performed with a variety of leading artists including Gnarls Barkley, Rage Against the Machine, 311, The Black Crowes and Smashing Pumpkins.

Eric Bobo ft. B Real, Sick Jacken & Ill Bill – Apocalypse Now


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41 Responses to “Eric Bobo ft. B Real, Sick Jacken & Ill Bill – Apocalypse Now”

  1. SDP Says:

    No it’s not, cause ya’ll argue that the streets has as much power as the internet right?

    ^^

    no the internet has 1000x more power than the streets..

    “yea homey in new york..niggas like your vocals/

    but thats only in new york dog..ur ass is local/” curtis jackson

    streets is limited internet is unlimited

    and give me a minute to reply to your the rest of your paragraph

  2. the watcherz Says:

    why would an artist with any sense sign with a major to begin with…..signing with a label is the dumbest shit on earth. it is being proven right now that the industry is folding in on itself because they cannot evolve pass cd format sales. print media is dying and radio is dying (and i’m a huge advocate for print media)….this is all shit that is being statistically proven. the internet is winning right now.
    the only benefit to signing with a major is their ability to put your music out on shelves, but if I, the actual artist can control how I put my shit out and when, AND bank on sites like nahright to give me access to ears i’d gladly take that over interscope.

    ^^
    interscope gonna buy eskay out lol…it probley take a couple m’s to do it lol

  3. Boosie Says:

    Boosie Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 4:55 pm
    Joe 88,

    Niggas on the net take saying truth as hating like if you say something that may not be a positive for their internet rapper, they take that as hating and get REAL emotional…Like I said Ace hood was more known than any artist on the xxl mag, they took it as I don’t like the other rappers, when actually I’m not that much of a fan of Ace hood. Like when you mention something about Joe budden and its a true statement they take it as you don’t like him and you are straight hating..

    ex…”Joe Budden needs give up the dust and not be emotional”…

    response….”Are you crazy Joe Buddens is the best rapper out right now, no one is fucking with him right now”

    When in all reality Joe Budden is not even on the scene to be the “best rapper out right now” Sure he’s dope but let’s get a grip and take a look at the real world….and I LIKE joe budden…but this can be misconstrued as hate….you right niggas are emotional.

  4. Chase Says:

    I’ll make your mouthpiece obese like Della Reese,
    When I release, you lose teeth like Little Cease,
    Nigga Please, blood floods your dungarees,
    And thats just the half of my war path!!!

  5. Joe 88 Says:

    the only benefit to signing with a major is their ability to put your music out on shelves, but if I, the actual artist can control how I put my shit out and when, AND bank on sites like nahright to give me access to ears i’d gladly take that over interscope.

    ^Well your a fool, why would you sign to anything, when you can start your own? I would rather sign to a major then sign to a independent that’s not my own, smfh. Atleast a major would get you notice, joell ortiz can’t showcase a show in baltimore, or anywhere left of NY, he couldn’t even be the opening act, why? Cause he went to a independent, save a couple dollars that he prolly don’t see anyway because he would sell enough records to get, & he still aint nowhere, haven’t ya’ll learned anything from the south? (c) Master P

    Ya’ll dudes are something else

    Co-sign boosie last statement

  6. Ty big's Says:

    joe 88 says : then how could a nigga like 50, who got black balled from the industry blow up with the odds against him? labels aint wanna pick him up

    ….. yeah and he showed the majors right ? how did he do that again o yeah Em heard the tape and signed him to the biggest label of them all ….

    smh @ joe thinking ” the streets ” have any impact on if a label decides to sign you, if thats the chance why doesn’t main-o have like 84 albums out all quadruple platnium, your dancing back and forth burying your own argument

  7. Big Homie Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jfFyvxfduo

  8. Boosie Says:

    fuck what ya’ll nerds talking about…

    Do you want to be a tv star or an internet star?…..Unless you tom or zuckerberger or that asian and white dude that sold youtube….internet aint shit compared to tv and radio….

    ringtone superstar> internet superstar…..ask ANYONE in the industry…

    and the streets have become the internet but the streets is still>internet in terms of getting that money….

    Most people who go to concerts and buy cd’s aren’t on nahright and worldstarhiphop and xxlmag.com….

  9. Joe 88 Says:

    smh @ joe thinking ” the streets ” have any impact on if a label decides to sign you, if thats the chance why doesn’t main-o have like 84 albums out all quadruple platnium, your dancing back and forth burying your own argument

    *types like the old tyrone*

    THE STREETS AINT CHECKING FOR MAINO’S MUSIC, THEY RESPECT HIS GANGSTA, BUT THAT’S WHERE IT STOPS, THE STREETS RESPECT ALFAMEGA GANGSTA, BUT THEY WOULDN’T BUY HIS ALBUMS, WHY YOU MIGHT ASK? CAUSE THEY SUCK, atlest fiddy made good music in the process, the streets respect real niggas, but if your music aint poppin, then it’s a rap. Shawty lo for instance, he can’t rap for shit, but he had 5 singles that was hot, & he’s a G (street granted) & his shit got poppin instantly, maino been out way longer than d4l, but guess what? He aint make that hit, or hits yet, so he’s just a street nigga w/o a hit song.

    I do this, I know what i’m talking bout dudes, ya’ll just gotta listen

  10. SDP Says:

    As many people opinions matters online as the streets right? then how could a nigga like 50, who got black balled from the industry blow up with the odds against him? labels aint wanna pick him up, etc, but his music & street buzz carried him to the promise land,

    ^^
    ok joe…..that was in 02-03…no one looked or took the internet seriously that time…..ask yourself where nahright.com was in 03

    And yes I know these events happen before the internet really showcased unknown local ass artist like wale, but hey, if they had the streets to back em, they would’ve been out. Besides I keep my ear to the streets

    ^^

    nvm u already stated what i was gonna say…

    and tell the truth…

    most ur music is comin out the internet now….

    ur not givin the internet credit….how do u think we woulda heard some of your songs?

  11. Big_Seth Says:

    That’s the point of the cover to get all these cats exposure. HAHA.

    And I knew everyone on that damn cover except Ace Hood, and I live in the south.
    When I saw that nigga I thought Midget Mac Grew up and started rappin’.

    None of them niggas will sell now, but in 1 or 2 years Ace hood will be gone. He won’t be anybody.

    And Wale knows Mark Ronson. That alone will boost his popularity. Mark Ronson has pop connects that Ace Hood could never have.

  12. Joe 88 Says:

    Just admit, ya’ll flabby & sick like larry holmes & out of the loop of what’s going on. Ya’ll sounding like the older niggas that hated on gangster rap. When my times comes to hang up the rockports timbs, i’ll have no other choice but to, but ya’ll refuse to. It’s a rap for the ones that don’t accept change

  13. Big_Seth Says:

    Lupe Fiasco

    Internet Success Story.

    He aint 50, but he went gold. and his buzz started online.

  14. Ty big's Says:

    Boosie Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 4:57 pm
    Boosie Says:

    October 22nd, 2008 at 4:55 pm
    Joe 88,

    Niggas on the net take saying truth as hating like if you say something that may not be a positive for their internet rapper, they take that as hating and get REAL emotional…Like I said Ace hood was more known than any artist on the xxl mag, they took it as I don’t like the other rappers, when actually I’m not that much of a fan of Ace hood. Like when you mention something about Joe budden and its a true statement they take it as you don’t like him and you are straight hating..

    ex…”Joe Budden needs give up the dust and not be emotional”…

    response….”Are you crazy Joe Buddens is the best rapper out right now, no one is fucking with him right now”

    When in all reality Joe Budden is not even on the scene to be the “best rapper out right now” Sure he’s dope but let’s get a grip and take a look at the real world….and I LIKE joe budden…but this can be misconstrued as hate….you right niggas are emotional.

    ….. I see what your saying but a) Joe 88 is the worst of all at doing that, if he doesn’t like them he refuses to admit the exist in the world, he acts like they have no fans just because he says so, second you guys are contradicting the shit out of yourselves talking about the internet doesn’t matter as much as radio or tv but than saying youtube is the best barometer for judging whose most known now, also you misconstruing what we are saying as hate, I have never heard of ace hood let alone a song from him so I can’t possibly hate him or his music, I’m not Joe 88 I don’t make decisions on music before hearing it the only thing I’m questioning you on is how you could possibly claim it as an undisputable fact that ace hood is the most known on that cover. He could I’m not saying he definitely isn’t I just wanna see the results from the exit polls you did before I buy it, just because your telling me thats the case doesn’t mean it is, cause why you often accuse us east coasters as being to centralized with our scope of what we listen to there a shit load more people in the tri-state than there is in all of louisana so I don’t see how you can claim your statement as fact, also I don’t hear people dissing ace hood just people challenging your statement of supposed fact

  15. TheCo!!inB Says:

    @Joe
    never in what I wrote did I say sign with and indie. I said if I could control it myself i’d rather do it that way….

  16. SDP Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    Just admit, ya’ll flabby & sick like larry holmes & out of the loop of what’s going on. Ya’ll sounding like the older niggas that hated on gangster rap. When my times comes to hang up the rockports timbs, i’ll have no other choice but to, but ya’ll refuse to. It’s a rap for the ones that don’t accept change

    ^^

    u said “yall sounding like older niggas…..”

    ur the one defending the vhs era of hiphop while we on dvds and gettin into blu-ray

  17. Joe 88 Says:

    ur not givin the internet credit….how do u think we woulda heard some of your songs?

    ^Naw, you got me confused (no buck) I do respect the internet, I even said i’m offically a internet nigga, but the internet doesn’t dictade who’s the next big thing yet it will soon, but right now, it doesn’t. It’s comming (n/h) within the nexst year or so, but as of now, naw, there’s no proof of the internet being the spokesperson of the new wave of rap superstars besides soulja boy.

    Funny thing is, if wale would’ve got soulja boy fame, ya’ll would’ve huddled around his balls & said “see I told you the internet breeds new artist” but since it’s soulja boy, ya’ll have yet to use him to ya’ll advantage, which leads me to belive, ya’ll just debating because of ya’ll opinion.

    *Lights blunt*

    *laughs*

  18. TheCo!!inB Says:

    damn, i’m thirsty!
    *grabs cici’s 151 out her hand*
    good looks

  19. Joe 88 Says:

    Lupe Fiasco

    Internet Success Story.

    He aint 50, but he went gold. and his buzz started online.

    ^Ha! ya’ll make me laugh, who wants lupe status as a up & coming artist? He’s respected, but not what a nigga would strive for, & I heard of lupe from rap city before the internet, not saying everyone else did, but that’s just me

  20. Ty big's Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:06 pm
    Just admit, ya’ll flabby & sick like larry holmes & out of the loop of what’s going on. Ya’ll sounding like the older niggas that hated on gangster rap. When my times comes to hang up the rockports timbs, i’ll have no other choice but to, but ya’ll refuse to. It’s a rap for the ones that don’t accept change

    … why don’t you just admit you listen and pay attention to a different type of rap than most of us so, no one else cares about Webbie but I guess that means we are out of touch right ? I can walk all over NJ and have trouble getting people to tell me who ace hood is but I guess I’m out of touch or is jersey as a whole out of touch ?

    using your logic can’t we say your out of touch because you refuse to give people like charles hamilton budden lupe and wale a chance ?

  21. Chase Says:

    THE STREETS AINT CHECKING FOR MAINO’S MUSIC, THEY RESPECT HIS GANGSTA, BUT THAT’S WHERE IT STOPS, THE STREETS RESPECT ALFAMEGA GANGSTA, BUT THEY WOULDN’T BUY HIS ALBUMS, WHY YOU MIGHT ASK? CAUSE THEY SUCK, atlest fiddy made good music in the process, the streets respect real niggas, but if your music aint poppin, then it’s a rap. Shawty lo for instance, he can’t rap for shit, but he had 5 singles that was hot, & he’s a G (street granted) & his shit got poppin instantly, maino been out way longer than d4l, but guess what? He aint make that hit, or hits yet, so he’s just a street nigga w/o a hit song.

    ^Co-Sign. It all comes back to the music, if your shit aint popping, aint no one trying to hear you no way.

    As for Em signing 50, if you lived in NY while 50 was on his mixtape grind, that shit was simply amazing to see. Between the Unit and Dipset, no one elses mixtapes moved out here. And 50’s tapes moved by the bundles. So it was common sense for Em to sign him. Hell it was common sense for everyone to sign him, but no one wanted to take the chance. But after he blew, every label in the world had their A&R’s on the prowl for the next hot mixtape artist.

  22. Big_Seth Says:

    I still think its fair to say that Lupe has been fairly successful off the internet.

    Bump J aint on the damn MTV awards. The internet CAN help breed a new artist just as much as anywhere else.

  23. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    you guys are contradicting the shit out of yourselves talking about the internet doesn’t matter as much as radio or tv but than saying youtube is the best barometer for judging whose most known now
    ^^^
    Zing zing Zing

  24. SDP Says:

    using your logic can’t we say your out of touch because you refuse to give people like charles hamilton budden lupe and wale a chance ?

    ^^

    if nobody gives budden or lu a chance…i dont see the point of argument.

    no disrespect if you don’t joe

  25. Ty big's Says:

    SDP Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:11 pm
    # Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    Just admit, ya’ll flabby & sick like larry holmes & out of the loop of what’s going on. Ya’ll sounding like the older niggas that hated on gangster rap. When my times comes to hang up the rockports timbs, i’ll have no other choice but to, but ya’ll refuse to. It’s a rap for the ones that don’t accept change

    ^^

    u said “yall sounding like older niggas…..”

    ur the one defending the vhs era of hiphop while we on dvds and gettin into blu-ray

    ….. LMAO not to mention one of the rappers us ” older niggas ” is so stuck on ( pause ) is younger than Joe 88 but I guess I must be hating on ace hood on some ageism shit right ?

  26. Big_Seth Says:

    ^Ha! ya’ll make me laugh, who wants lupe status as a up & coming artist? He’s respected, but not what a nigga would strive for, & I heard of lupe from rap city before the internet, not saying everyone else did, but that’s just me

    ^^
    I’d rather be Lupe than Ace Hood. He don’t have any gold albums. C’mon. I know Lupe is known in Japan and Europe and Ace hood is kinda known in the south…

    You pick.

  27. Joe 88 Says:

    u said “yall sounding like older niggas…..”

    ur the one defending the vhs era of hiphop while we on dvds and gettin into blu-ray

    ^Until i’m proven wrong, the vhs era still stand strong, i’m still waiting for someone to name a artist who got famous off the internet other than soulja boy

    @Ty

    I’m not judging niggas skills, i’m saying I never heard them outside of nah right, just like you said you never heard of ace hood outside of nah right, but I have heard ace in clubs, on club remixes, etc. And hey, yeah I do judge most rappers before I listen to them, sue me, if it walk like a duck, quack like one, then……………..

    Most of these internet niggas is geeks, period, I watched a interview of charles & after that I don’t care if he was nas/biggie/pac rolled into one in a dutch master, he aint my cup of tea (n/h) no need to liste

    And yes I heard him rap, still aint my cup of tea

  28. SDP Says:

    ….. LMAO not to mention one of the rappers us ” older niggas ” is so stuck on ( pause ) is younger than Joe 88 but I guess I must be hating on ace hood on some ageism shit right ?

    ^^

    rofl

    im out yall. 1

    how do you say peace out in internet language??

  29. Mark Twain Fame Says:

    yall having that real real discussion right now huh?

  30. Boosie Says:

    Ty said:

    ….. I see what your saying but a) Joe 88 is the worst of all at doing that, if he doesn’t like them he refuses to admit the exist in the world, he acts like they have no fans just because he says so, second you guys are contradicting the shit out of yourselves talking about the internet doesn’t matter as much as radio or tv but than saying youtube is the best barometer for judging whose most known now, also you misconstruing what we are saying as hate, I have never heard of ace hood let alone a song from him so I can’t possibly hate him or his music, I’m not Joe 88 I don’t make decisions on music before hearing it the only thing I’m questioning you on is how you could possibly claim it as an undisputable fact that ace hood is the most known on that cover. He could I’m not saying he definitely isn’t I just wanna see the results from the exit polls you did before I buy it, just because your telling me thats the case doesn’t mean it is, cause why you often accuse us east coasters as being to centralized with our scope of what we listen to there a shit load more people in the tri-state than there is in all of louisana so I don’t see how you can claim your statement as fact, also I don’t hear people dissing ace hood just people challenging your statement of supposed fact
    __________________________________________________________

    Okay I commend that whole statement and it was very reasonable…I was judging my assessment off Ace hood of being more known of what I’ve caught on glimpses of t.v. radio and all of the above media…I hardly even watch BET and have never seen an Ace hood video on tv, but I have heard of his name on the radio in a national forum…(Big Boy radio which is nationwide now) and seen clips on the internet with khaled…Khaled is waaay more popular than those xxl guys so it would be fair to assume that Ace hood would be more popular than those xxl guys off the strength of those khaled songs that they played 20 -30 times a day. Yes Youtube is the best barometer on the internet…but what I was going off of was his OFFICIAL video…that means that it has been played on TV…

    None of the current rappers have songs that are played on 106th and park..that would be the biggest barometer or prolly TRL….Plus southern hip-hop is at an all time high and more sourthern music is being played nationwide….so I would assume that my assessment of ace hood being more known than wale in kansas, utah, idaho, Iowa would be a lot more accurate…

    True there are more people than the tri-state area than Louisiana but the south is really lumped into more than just the boot….so if a nigga is played in Arkansas he’s gon be played in alabama, S.C. Georgia and Florida which consist of more people than the tri-state area….Thats where I was coming from…

  31. Ty big's Says:

    Joe 88 Says:
    October 22nd, 2008 at 5:13 pm
    Lupe Fiasco

    Internet Success Story.

    He aint 50, but he went gold. and his buzz started online.

    ^Ha! ya’ll make me laugh, who wants lupe status as a up & coming artist? He’s respected, but not what a nigga would strive for, & I heard of lupe from rap city before the internet, not saying everyone else did, but that’s just me

    …… I hate to break it to you Joe but not everyone wants to be a mega superstar, not everyone wants to be crazy dumb rich, I’m a perfect example I got money I live mad comfortably and honestly I don’t give a shit about money from here on out I got a house a whip and everything I need as long as I can pay my bills I’m good I don’t anything else, thats why i quit my job as an architect where I got paid damn good money so I could go back to school and try and be a sportswriter, if i have to settle for making 40,000-50,000$ a year I’ll be happy as shit. I’d rather do what i enjoy and get paid much less than do something I don’t want to do that adds stress to my life to make money that i don;t even have time to enjoy spending. Now not everyone is like me some people want as much money as possible some people like the spotlight, not me I’d rather lay low and play the background, I know this may be hard for you to believe but you can make a great living just being relevant in rap, and theres a lot of people who would rather be a talib/budden/jada/nas/term or whoever than be 50/jay or em

  32. the watcherz Says:

    i feel like if you not a internet nigga ur out of touch and u late ass hell..it’s like that kid who buy jordans the week after they come out

  33. Joe 88 Says:

    SMH @ niggas bringing up that I haven’t brung up in this argument, I never said a thing about webbie, I never co-signed ace hood music, ya’ll lettin the talent get in the way of facts, that’s how I know ya’ll turning to internet geeks, ya’ll letting the music dictate what’s popular.

    Bring up the post I said webbie was popular since ya’ll can’t keep his name out ya’ll mouth? Exactly, ya’ll use to have a grip of the real world, now ya’ll falling into the internets graps.

    When I say internets graps, it’s just like peer pressure, if the only people your around smoke, guess what? your smoking, so if the only people you talk to is n=internet niggas, guess what? no need ton converse further

    GET OFF THE FUCKING COMPUTER

  34. Boosie Says:

    Lupe was NO internet star….he had the Jay cosign, plus he came at a time where he was needed….he had the big video kick push that was like an alternative to what was going on in the 50 cent era…..

    the white hipsters which are just as powerful as the streets pushed lupe to the mainstream and that’s how he got big…..the internets rode Lupe but he got the push from the people who listen to rascal flatts and alternative punk….plus they respect jay and everyone signed on….

    Lil wayne got the push from the white hipsters too, when they fucked with him everyone started liking him

  35. Super_Fly_Jimmy_Snuka Says:

    peace

  36. Ty big's Says:

    boosie said : Khaled is waaay more popular than those xxl guys so it would be fair to assume that Ace hood would be more popular than those xxl guys off the strength of those khaled songs that they played 20 -30 times a day

    ….. true but again Wale has made guest appearances, he was on the roots album I know the roots don’t sell but they have a huge ( especially white ) fan base, shit Wale is even on the Madden soundtrack and had a song in one of the NBA games last year, a mixtape on seinfeld, the nigga did joint interviews on espn and other shit with seinfeld, he has done tracks with lil wayne kanye bun b the clipse and god knows how many more, I think thats more noticable appearances than ace hood has

  37. the watcherz Says:

    SMH @ niggas bringing up that I haven’t brung up in this argument, I never said a thing about webbie, I never co-signed ace hood music, ya’ll lettin the talent get in the way of facts, that’s how I know ya’ll turning to internet geeks, ya’ll letting the music dictate what’s popular.

    Bring up the post I said webbie was popular since ya’ll can’t keep his name out ya’ll mouth? Exactly, ya’ll use to have a grip of the real world, now ya’ll falling into the internets graps.

    When I say internets graps, it’s just like peer pressure, if the only people your around smoke, guess what? your smoking, so if the only people you talk to is n=internet niggas, guess what? no need ton converse further

    GET OFF THE FUCKING COMPUTER
    ^^
    co-sign….im not webbie or ace fan but i dnt understand what make niggas so agry or purpexed at the fact they hot

  38. sleep Says:

    Respect god

  39. Big_Seth Says:

    Two artists on that Freshman cover another time…

    Lupe – with internet appeal
    Rich Boy – with street appeal

    I like Rich Boy, but seriously he aint even heard of right now. You can judge on your own what that means.

  40. TheCo!!inB Says:

    ….it’s like that kid who buy jordans the week after they come out
    *drops Nicole Simpson off at LA home*

  41. SpotOn Says:

    this argument again.

    The internet is not enough to make a HUGE impact in hiphop YET. Im sure these dudes eat, but not like people who have a “real world” cosign.

    The streets/real world still rule whats hot on TV and billboard charts. The XXL cover is dope because it sheds some light on some real talents, but when I talk to people in real life about most of those people on the XXL cover, they have no idea…except Ace Hood who was by no means an internet star imo.

    In alot of ways, Nahright/internets is still a bubble, you cant forget that.

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