Being cold and closed may seem safe right now, but it’s not. Instead of protecting your heart, you imprison it. Love is not a crime.
Back in the day the real stars of hip hop were the DJs. DJ Jazzy Jeff, Jam Master Jay, Eric B and many others were responsible for some of the classic joints we hear today. Now in 2013 the tradition of the man behind of the “Wheels of Steel” continue. DJ Tubb from Spin Syndicate Radio just release his new mixtape “
@DeeJayTDubb Presents The Commission Strikes Back”
Professionally known as DJ T-Dubb or Dubb for short, Terrence is known to get a party moving by being on the decks. Giving credit to his older cousins DJ Tone, Joe and brother DJ Smokey AKA Flash for getting him started with the work on the tables, DJ T-Dubb is forever grateful for their early influences. DJ T-Dubb started his own DJ coalition (Spin-Syndicate DJs) was on two other labels (Donland ENT. & Inner Circle Entertainment and got under a solid, business minded promoter Yoshiko ENT. (Creator of “Meet Yo Tweet”) and has since became the official DJ for Hip-Hop Icon Trigger the Gambler. DJ T-Dubb is head of the Charged Up DJs Coalition and branched off to start his own internet radio station, Spin-Syndicate Radio.
If you are a lover of real Hip Hop this is a must have for your collection. Follow DJ T-Dubb on Twitter and you can catch him & his partner in crime DJ Genie C every Tuesday night on “The Takeover” 8:30-10:30pm (Eastern Standard Time) on http://spinsyndicateradio.com
Peter Frank has coined the phrase “The Guy with two first names!” And rightfully so. Peter, just under the age of 25 has traveled the world with the likes of American Idol (Fox America), Nicki Minaj, The Chicago Children Choir, Wyclef Jean, Michelle Williams, Duffy, Wiggles, Ledisi, Musiq Soulchild, Ricky Dillard, Brian McKnight among many others. Check out Peter on his YouTube Channel and the links below.
“Bye Baby,” is one of my favorite track of the latest Nas album. What you are seeing & listening to, is the act of storytelling at its best. These new rappers need to take notice on how produce quality music. Check out the video below. Enjoy.
Lupe Fiasco takes us back to the 1950′s as he dissects the word ‘Bitch’ in the new visual to his latest single, “Bitch Bad”. If words are a rapper’s most powerful tool, then Lupe Fiasco is doing everything right. But, somehow people aren’t going to openly receive this positive message.