Archive for March 31st, 2008
As the first group in the Hip-Hop community to publicly endorse presidential hopeful Barack Obama back in late 2007, Kidz In The Hall will continue their unwavering support for the Chicago native this evening (Monday, March 31st) with the help of some friends. Kidz In The Hallâ€™s whose soulful ode to Barack Obama is entitled, â€œWork To Do,â€ will be world premiering their â€œChange Remixâ€ tonight on two mediums; one on Hip-Hop mega-site, Allhiphop.com, as well as on super DJ/Producer Green Lanternâ€™s Sirius Satellite â€œHip-Hop Nationâ€ radio show—and both premiers will happen simultaneously…
Off his upcoming album If Tomorrow Comes. Trailer for Last Real Nigga Alive after the jump.
Snoop clotheslines Santino Morella then kisses his girl.
Off their Legend Of The Mask & The Assassin project.
Previously: Video: DJ Muggs vs. Sick Jacken – El Barrio
For eye candy and archival purposes.
At the Paid Dues festival in San Bernadino last weekend.
Joell Ortiz was over in the U.K. this weekend and he linked with DJ Semtex over at the BBC’s Radio 1xtra for an interview and freestyle session. They spoke at length about the South, the aftermath situation and the Yes We Can mixtape from Green Lantern, Russell and Obama.
Here’s a clip of Joell spitting a joint called A Message to Obama that will appear on the mixtape.
Previously: Russell & Green Lantern Talk Obama mixtape