Associated Minds’ Metabeats has put together this Halloween themed mix for you all. Featuring classics from Snoop, The Gravediggaz, Cella Dwellaz and many other artists, this has got to be more in keeping with Halloween than hundreds of drunk students puking in flowerbeds while dressed as emo zombies. Which is what Brighton looked like last night.
Archive for October, 2010
Sai-giddy’s back and he’s dropped this new video for which I haven’t really got a lot of info on. Presumably its from his pencilled in for February album The Greatest Story Never Told. Anyway, its a pretty ill plinky piano beat, and Saigon has always had a sick flow. Definitely interested to hear the LP when/if it drops.
Budden’s new video for one of his tracks off of Mood Muzik 4 – if you haven’t picked up a copy yet, the link is below. Its pretty strong. Lots of the usual Budden slightly emo lyrics – but that ain’t necessarily a bad thing if its done well. And for the most part, it is.
In The Crates:
• Joe Budden – Mood Muzik 4 [MIXTAPE]
You might know him as Ollie Bates, you might know him as Illustrate. His LP The Stuff which came out a couple of years ago was a solid piece of work, and I had the pleasure of chilling with the guy himself when I first got out to Australia in ’08.
Anyway, he’s just sent me this link to a new track he’s written called You Are Boring – on an acoustic flex – and this one topic I can definitely relate to, since I work in the bar trade. Anyway, check it out, and let me know what you think.
New video from Soul Khan for his latest release taken from his forthcoming Soul Like Khan LP. I think this is pretty damn dope, especially given my dislike for clowns. Big ups to the Brown Bag Allstars once more.
In case you haven’t copped it yet, here’s the link for Joe Budden’s new mixtape. I was bumping this yesterday and its pretty damn good. So get yourself a copy stat.
Oh, and for anyone that was looking forward to 273 Radio today – apologies as its not happening, but we’re definitely on for next week for sure.
1. Intro (Pray For Me)
3. Role Reversal
4. Come Along
5. Mop Salad (Skit)
6. Sober Up (Feat. Crooked I)
7. Dessert 4 Thought (Feat. Styles P & Pusha T)
8. 1000 Faces
10. The Shoes (Skit)
11. Remember The Titans (Feat. Fabolous, Lloyd Banks & Royce Da 5′9″)
12. Welcome To Real Life
13. No Idea
14. Black Cloud
15. Follow Your Lead
16. Stuck In The Moment
17. If All Else Fails
Well, its finally happened. My reign on the top was indeed short like leprechauns, and week nine sees a new face at the top of the league. He’s been pressing all season, but Rarekind Records‘ Ewan scores a slick 64pts (Kevin Nolan 9pts) and takes the Manager of the Week award as well as my place at the top. Ewan is a veteran fantasy football player, and its not gonna be an easy job to take top spot back from him.
Second place this week goes to Cuth with 61pts (Ashley Cole 18pts*), and third this week was me, clinging on to respectability after last week’s awful showing with 54pts (A.Cole/K.Nolan 9pts).
Manager of the Week: Rarekind Records Ewan aka HP
Here’s the video for Double Damage – one of the greatest tracks to have ever come out of Brighton. HP and Devise killing it in this one. Sorry about the bullshit in the middle of the screen. Don’t know why I can’t find a non-evaluation copy of this online anywhere.
Highest Scoring Week:
Koaste – Illwood Kings: 96pts (Week 1)
Manager of the Week Awards:
Truth – Gats McGhee (3)
DJ Kormac – Kormtown Athletic (2)
Ewan Rarekind – Lets Get It In (2)
Koaste – Illwood Kings (1)
Herbie Dragons – Bucka Juniors (1)
Rizzle – Got Tings In Socks (1)
Cuthdaddy – Wolton Blunderers (1)
What American acts can do on Yo Gabba Gabba, the UK can do on Children’s BBC programme The Slammer. Here’s the man, the myth, DJ Woody showcasing his skills before facing the tough justice of a load of children. Great stuff.