Archive for February, 2006

“New Music”

February 28, 2006

— February 28th, 2006 —

The perks of doing this writing thing is the new music that gets sent to you.  I haven’t even heard this joint.  But I figured it’d be a good way for y’all to know what’s out there and enjoy yourselves.

Courtesy of Room Service:

Field Mob feat. Ciara — “So What” (Win-Hi & Lo) (Real Hi & Lo).


“Don’t Really Have a Title”

February 28, 2006

— February 27th, 2006 —

Our month is almost over. So, that means that the ad agencies can rest on their laurels until next February. Gawsh, the perks were so great. I got free gas, was able to roam the streets after curfew — without doubt or suspicion, and I even got to sit at the front of the bus.

I guess this is how you know that Black History month is over. Someone who probably also wishes that Black History month had a few more weeks left is Busta Rhymes. Bus-a-bus, seems to have found himself in a predicamet. Now, I know how the game is supposed to work. They have the “Stop Snitchin'” t-shirts and DVDs — but this is a man’s life. When life imitates art — how do you separate the two? This’ll probably increase the Dungeon Dragon’s first week sales, a good 100,000 units.

This site could use that type of publicity. I guess putting up pieces like this in the paper aren’t getting it done?! Maybe if I shot someone in the face, then I could get some love too. I should come up with a dance. Yes! That’ll bring in the masses.  Oh, I think they like me… okay… okay… maybe not as much as them. But I’ll be on my way soon!

Be on the lookout for Clinton Sparks, Ne-Yo, and maybe a little nostalgia from yours truly.

“Manical Monday”

February 20, 2006

— February 20th, 2006 —

 Sorry for the weak-ass title, I mean — couldn’t come up with nothing better.  I guess I’m kind of bummed because Cheney won’t be facing charges.  In my heart of hearts, I know I shouldn’t wish death on no man — but I really wish someone would just “Tookie” Williams and JFK; Bush and Cheney.  I am sick of this.  Although, it is revealing to know that Cheney is not the man that he once was — I believe that homeboy had ulterior motives behind that. 

Nothing too big today — I still have to upload those pictures of New York City and I have to try and convert the appearance on 106 & Park for your viewing pleasure.  I’ve just been too tired, lazy, busy, or the combination of all three to do anything about it.

“Moving On…”

February 17, 2006

— February 17th, 2006 —

Nah… I’m not moving to another URL address, but I am moving into a new apartment.  There will be pictures to come soon.  In the meantime-in-between-time, you can check out this business piece in the Daily Kent Stater.

“The Taste of the Big Apple”

February 15, 2006

— February 15th, 2005 —

You go out of town and already you’re out of the loop. The missus and I went to NYC. The trip was both personal and business. I’ve already been there — and this was her first trip.

Thursday was a great day. When we got into NYC, we went to our hotel. We got a chance to be on 106 & Park [I’ll try and convert it so you can see our brief appearance]. We met Melvin Van Peebles just walking down the street. Traveled all along the boroughs of New York.

I regret not going to see Jay Dilla at his listening party. The missus and I had wanted to do, but were tired from traveling all around the city. He’ll surely be missed. I could go into detail about the trip. But I’ll put up pictures that describe it better later.

Oprah is doing a good job not trying to take over the world. Three years… $55 million dollars?!!? Come on. That is bonkers. The woman needs to run for Office, and she needs to do it soon. Or at least after the Vice President shoots somebody else… namely the President. I wonder if Cheney faces charges, would Bush give his the chair?
Since Valentine’s Day is obviously a woman’s holiday — I figured that guys should start promoting our own holiday. March 14th should be declared “Steak & BJ Day”. Hell, there’s even a petition demanding that it should be a legal holiday. [Shout out to my man, Marquis for hippin’ me to it].

I guess love is a two-way street with most couples. For Mos Def, it’s about speeding down on end of the street, while leaving his two daughters in a dead-end one.

Aha — business time!! There is a few things that you’ve missed, since I haven’t updated in quite some time. I got a chance to speak with legendary Houston MC, Scarface and his new group, The Product. I had two new business pieces with the Daily Kent Stater, but you can only find one — here.

What’s next? Be on the lookout for Dem Franchise Boyz, T-Pain, another business piece for the Stater, and those flicks from my trip to the Big Apple.