Longtime Philaflava member one of the original blog squad members Michael Timex put together this dope video using just Mixemergency and Serato. Featuring KRS-1, M.O.P., Big Daddy Kane, The Roots & Gang Starr just to name a few. I wish more people made these kind of mixes.
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Halloween is over. November begins and it’s Friday muthafuckas!
Today marks the 17th year since 2Pac’s passing. Since we normally do Throwback Friday videos, it made sense to make today all about Pac. Rest in peace homie.
It’s crucial to start your weekend off proper and there is no better way than to check out these 10 classics. Ah, the good ‘ol days.
Last night I was driving to my girl’s house when I heard the sad news that Tim Dog had died at age 46 due to complications of diabetes. Today we commemorate the life of one of the Bronx’s most uncompromising MCs with a music video retrospective, starting of course with the song that launched his solo career, “Fuck Compton.” If only for the sake of bringing things full circle, we’ll finish up with another diss track, 2012’s “Hi-Jackin The Throne,” an attack on Jay-Z and Kanye West that went mostly unnoticed.
“I Don’t Like Rock N’ Roll” from Schoolly D (1986)
“No More Rock N’ Roll” from Smoke Some Kill (1988)
Seven more after the jump.
Like most Wu-heads, I’ve been hearing that The Rza’s unreleased Bobby Digital movie, Bobby Did It, will finally see the light of day for damn near a decade1, so when Wu-Tang’s official Facebook page posted on March 27, “We are about to give some of that Bobby Digital movie,” I took it with a grain of salt. Not surprisingly, the clip still hadn’t arrived when I checked back the next day. Nevertheless, I looked again on April 2 and though it still hadn’t been posted, while searching YouTube I stumbled on something else, something I’d never even heard of before: the Bobby Digital Cartoon Pilot. This got me wondering what other Bob Digi footage is hiding out in the cybernetic back alleys of the information superhighway.
So without further adieu, we bring to you live in stere-ereo, Bobby Digital in Video. (more…)
- Though a screening was indeed scheduled to occur Friday, June 4 at the St. George’s Theatre as part of the Staten Island Film Festival (see the 3rd to last comment here), I’m yet to hear from anyone who was actually in attendance. I don’t doubt that this screening occurred, but it’s as if Bobby zapped the audience members with a fazer gun that wiped their memories or swore them to secrecy. [↩]
We’ll be back in full effect this week. In the meanwhile here are two videos of Mr. Thornton aka Activity goin’ off for DJ Jazzy Jay. –Philaflava
And for those who never saw Keith breaking for President Regan.
Peace to Edan and Memory Man for the find.