Friday, November 21, 2008

It's been a long time, since i left you.....

I just wanted to take this time to say Sorry i haven't been blogging Lately.. I've been Very Busy  ..but I promise i Have Great New Music, NEWS, Video's,  Album Reviews and  Funny Stuff that will be posted Up Very Soon...Thanks

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Q.Tip Album is Crazy and his Album Cover is Krazy!

Here's Q-Tip's Latest Album Cover...in stores now....love the cover i too enjoy taken pics with my Roland "Akai" 2000XL MPC....                            

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

BE APART OF HISTORY

Thought this was funny.....Google!







THE FREAKING HOTTEST OBAMA SHIRT I've seen!!
MLK & OBAMA having a meeting in the white house...hot


Saturday, November 1, 2008

R.I.P Shakir Stewart













Def Jam Executive VP Shakir Stewart, who replaced Jay-Z as the head of the label- signing artists including Rick Ross, Young Jeezy and newbie Karina Pasian, died in Atanta today of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Shakir began his career in 80’s promoting concerts for Too Short, Nas and Scarface, before replacing Jay-Z at the top of the Def Jam in June. He still retained his duties as senior VP of A&R at Island Def Jam. A native of Oakland, CA., he learned his craft at Hitco Music Publishing as creative director and later Sr. VP of Creative/General Manager. He signed Beyonce Knowles.
Shakir had a workaholic reputation- he tirelessly promoted shows while he was attending Moorehouse College, passing out fliers 7 days and nights a week in 20 degree weather. Stewart described the type of music executive he looked for to mentor:

He said at the time it was his goal to help develop “new, young executives … The hot executive who’s 21, 22 years old and has a serious passion for music and the desire to work 27 hours a day. That’s where I was at that time in my life. And that’s who I’m looking to mentor. I don’t see many people like that. Instead, I see a lot of kids who want to live the lifestyle but don’t want to put in the work and do what it takes.”

By all accounts, Shakir was a stand-up guy who was well liked in the industry, and especially loved in Atlanta. He was last heard from around 2pm this afternoon. Further information as it develops. Our thoughts go out to Shakir’s family and friends.