Ya know what time it is....it's 730 ! June 28th 2005
So the family reunion
came and went. I fucking missed my singing cousin. That shit made me mad. But
a story that definitely should bring a smile to your face is one my roommate
told me. He works in a school kids are as normal as kids are but there's
this one fat kid he has one of those roller-carts instead of backpacks.
Who the fuck has those, seriously. Are you too good for a fucking Jansport?
So anyway, when this kid takes a shit, he doesn't throw his toilet paper into
the bowl. He fucking launches it into the next stall. Dirty toilet paper. Imagine
getting hit with that shit! How fucking traumatizing would that be if you get
hit with some shitty toilet paper. Bullseye!
Kid Rock just got sued for having an "altercation" with a DJ in a
Nashville strip club. I would have love to seen that.
Kid Rock: Play my shit man. You know that "Bawitaba da bang da bang diggy
DJ: Umm I don't have that.
Kid Rock: I have doubles in my car!
DJ: No, that's all right I think this Lil Webbie seems to be working just
Kid Rock: Play my shit! I slept with Pam Anderson.
DJ: (not listening)
Kid Rock: She was on Baywatch man. Fucking Baywatch. David Hasselhoff was on
that shit you little bitch.
At this point DJ gets slapped.
Kid Rock: Show some fucking respect. I'm a cowboy.
BET is still killin me. So AJ was trying to call R.Kelly during the show and
he wasn't picking up his phone AJ was like, "he's probably out playing
basketball." Yeah, and by basketball he meant hiding behind trees in his
zorro mask waiting for school to get out.
And what the fuck happened with Michael Jackson??? People were acting like the
savior had come when they read the verdict. Seriously, how can you applaud Michael
Jackson. Granted, he had a mad fucked up life, but that's no excuse to sleep
with boys. That shit is just not normal. He's not the only person that's been
abused as a child, and if it was anyone else people woulda been screaming for
him to rot in hell. And how fucked up of a parent are you if you rent your kid
out to Michael Jackson? Did they think he was gonna teach their kids how to
moonwalk. Michael: "I'm sorry Mrs. Dingleberry, I'm going to need Brad
for another week he's almost got the moonwalk down!" Fucking idiots.
So G Rap was on Rap City too...props to him for getting some major network love but
how stupid did Mad Linx look when G Rap went in the booth. Mad Linx looks more
like a J-Kwon video dancer than someone that should be in the booth with G Rap.
And the thing about G Rap spittin was that he made it look so easy.
Can someone please explain the hype around Boyz n da Hood? I know Jeezy's on
his grind and shit, but when I heard the album I did not think it deserved the
XL rating it got in XXL. And is that not the worst group name ever?
I've been doing mad interviews lately, and most have been going well. I always
thought my Mike Jones interview would go down as my worst in history. But then,
along came Lil Webbie. The interview started with me asking him how "Gimme
Dat" has helped him, and he got all mad telling me he's had a gang of hits
before that I'm not in Louisville I didn't hear it anyway the
interview lasted less than five minutes with a bunch of short responses and
awkward pauses, then the publicist said I should have asked him about sports I
want those five minutes of my life back.
You know what sucks? No matter how big Jadakiss gets, there's always gonna be
a girl with the same name who's gonna be bigger. Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy? 9
You know what shit I'm tired of, everybody saying "I can't wait for the
Lil Brother album to drop, we need some real Hip Hop." Is it just me, or
has Lil Brother become posterboys for those Hip Hop crusaders version of "real"
Hip Hop. You know exactly what crusaders I'm talking about too. They're the
ones that would buy every Immortal Technique record and memorize every line,
and then as soon as Technique does a song with Snoop Dogg or a Lil Jon they'd
turn their back on him and go to someone else. The crusaders are the ones that
still think Primo is still the greatest producer ever and get their panties
in a bunch over every Diplomat song that goes up on HipHopGame. Shit it's all
So we all thought Jin retired nope. Dude hit me up on the 2-way lookin
to send music. I'm actually looking forward to it, because I told Jin I didn't
want any "Senorita's" and "Learn Chinese." He promised no
bullshit, and I believe him. He's done the wack tracks and seen the responses,
I think he just realized that if he wants to succeed he has to do him. And if
Jin does him, I support him 100% on that the shit I could not, and will
never, support, and I told Jin this exact same shit, is those cornball songs.
We'll see what happens
In other Jin news, no props go to DJ Exclusive for making a Jin mixtape. Talk
about being desperate to make a mixtape. Shit, he would have been better off
making a Best of 2Pac, although that's probably next. The problem with this
mixtape game is there's so many mixtape-whores that just want to put out tapes.
I'll never forget DJ L bragging about how he drops a mixtape every week. There's
not enough hot music to do that!!! All you do is make your tapes easily forgotten.
That's why if I don't do a mixtape for a month, it's not because I'm slacking
on shit, it's because I don't have a complete tape. I don't want to rush shit
like that and give people something that's less than great. That's also why
I got mad respect for DJ's like Meddafore and Mick Boogie, because when they
drop something, it's something hot. Meddafore doesn't drop a tape a day, but
when he does, his shit stays in because he takes his time on shit.
And speaking of the mixtape game, I want to say thank you to everyone that downloaded
my last Hip Hop Disciples tape. People were telling me I was stupid for putting
that shit up for free, and a big-name DJ also voiced his dissatisfaction at
it. But fuck it. Last time I checked, I thought mixtapes were for "promotional
use only." And shit, the fact that over 5,000 people downloaded it in less
than a week shows that people are open to hear new shit. So a big fuck you goes
out to all the mixtape stores that fronted on my shit in the past.
Damn what's going on with Cassidy? Either this is horrible timing, or it's perfect
timing. I don't know what it is. Damn, you're Cassidy. Why are you shooting
people? You make songs about going to hotels and shit and I don't care
what the argument is about, you don't shoot people over an argument! And I know
what some people are gonna say "730's not from the streets he doesn't
know " Man fuck that. I know it's not worth going to jail over whether
Lloyd Banks or Cassidy has better punchlines. Some shit you just have to let
slide whatever the shit is about, Cassidy should not be on any real street
shit. Doesn't he have people around him telling him that. Go to the studio,
make songs, do shows, do radio, and chill. Buy a Playstation or something. Go
dribble a basketball do something other than shoot people! Shooting people
does not really work if you're trying to have a real career. Shit, didn't he
learn from Beanie Sigel's situation? I know Beans is probably thinking right
now it wasn't the best decision of his life to shoot at that dude.
So I got some negative feedback on my comments about Common. Apparently I'm
one of the only ones who think that album is way overhyped. Ok, and I might
have messed up that baking soda line, and I'm admitting I was wrong there, but
it's still a wack line and there was still no need for them to drop the beat
out. If I was executive producing Common's album, I woulda done a few things
waaaay differently. First, Jay Dee would have been all over the album. Kanye
could have gotten a beat or two, that's it. And he would never be allowed to
get on the microphone. Never. Whoever let him rhyme on that album made a horrible
decision. It's bad enough he's on hooks. Then, I would have got some real soul
singers instead of using old samples. Why not call on India Arie or Jill Scott they
would have added some real soul to it instead of fucking voices. Common has
the name and the hype to get actual musicians to get down with him instead of
the typical rap shit with a sample and drums why not use that shit to your
full advantage And why not call on Questlove and Black Thought for something?
I'm not buying the hype about John Legend at all Scarface should have been
on the original album I woulda got Jay and Nas on the album too get
some real MC's on there not these hummus eating cardboard-shoe wearing
people. Maybe holler at Slick Rick And don't say that shit wouldn't have
been possible. Common's on a major label and they coulda gotten some good names
to make it a classic. "The Corner" was a good song but not a heavy-hitting
single that you want to promote a so-called "classic." XXL, how much
did you really get for that? And "Be" is not a horrible album, but
it is waaaay overrated and it could have been a lot better than it actually
Common's writing a line of children's books now too. Great. Parents, don't you
want your kids to read about how eating meat is bad and drinking 200% naturally
organic naturally grown nothing harmed in the process juice is good for you?
I can't wait. Maybe he can tie the books, which will probably be sold on a hemp-like
material, in with some promo for his cardboard shoes.
And as long as we're talking about backpackers, let's speak on Kanye. It's hilarious
to me that he actually believes he deserves 5 Mics for that album he put out.
HAHAHAHAHHAHA no. Kanye should be more worried about why his next album keeps
getting pushed back and why there's the controversy that he jacked Lupe Fiasco's
idea for the remix
And seriously, how does anyone like that "Diamonds" song. How do people
let lines like this slide: "If you a stripper name Porcha and you get tips
from many men / Then your fat friend, her nickname is minivan." Did he
really say "her nickname is minivan?" Wow. That's gotta be one of
the worst lines of all-time. Kanye wants to blame it on the henny, but I think
his ghostwriter is Bob Sagat. Speaking of which, DJ Tanner got incredibly hot.
I always thought growing up that Stephanie was gonna be the hot one, but apparently
DJ hit the gym. That's one DJ I'd definitely support.
Finally, a project I think all producers should give a look at is this instrumental
mixtape. All beats holla at email@example.com for more info. I think
what he's trying to do is a real good idea to get producers out there.