Started by [emotiTee] - 2010 Official Discussion Thread, 2 Weeks ago in Brands

What's good everyone? Just clearing out my closet & decided to get rid of these tees. All Supreme & Bape tees are a size Large (with the exception of the short-sleeved Bape button down shirt) while the remaining tees vary from Medium to Large. PayPal, money order &/or NY/NJ meet up. I been on this site for a very long time and I have a GREAT rep with some of the old members on here so everything I'm selling is 100% legit and I'm very fair so shoot me an offer if you like and I'll work with you. email: [email][/email] AIM: BrokenSilence718 ALIFE x Dr. Revolt tee (never worn; M) $25 front: [Image]

Started by [FS] Alife, Bape/Baby Milo, False, & Supreme tees M/L, 2 Weeks ago in Apparel

From my brand new album "718's & Cupcakes" dropping on Nevermber 18th blushing [URL]

Started by "Phone LockDown" Video, 2 Weeks ago in Music

Here's a interview I had with up & coming rising star Theo a few weeks back. Def a real cool dude, long time friend, & someone EVERYONE should be checking out for. [URL]

Started by Interview with Theo, 2 Weeks ago in Music

Kanye has his do I [URL]

Started by "Phone LockDown" by MeccaDon, 2 Weeks ago in Music

What were some of the biggest achievements of 2007 so far ? Here is one of mine: 1) "The Roc Back In The Building !" - This is the resurrection moment The Inc., Ruff Ryders, Cash Money, etc wish they had. While some of those cliques I mentioned had a moment where they made noise again (Lil' Wayne), its been more than just ONE artist on Roc-A-Fella making noise ! From Kanye West album "Graduation" being the highest selling rap CD of the year, Jay-Z's "American Gangster" receiving nothing but high reviews from just about everywhere, & Freeway's album "Free At Last" also getting some good reviews. With Beanie Sigel album right around the corner & the signing of Jadakiss, its safe to say that The Roc made the most noise this year.

Started by Crowning Achievements of '07, 2 Weeks ago in Music

In this day in age, albums get pushed back like no other. It usually because of the first single of the album hasn't gotten the right buzz, confliction between artist under the same record label, or a track or two wsn't able to get a sample clearing. But the biggest reason has to be albums getting leaked to the masses before its release date; also called the "internet leak". There are a few albums that suffer this issue: "I Am...The Autobiography" & "Nastradamus" by Nas, "Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter" by Jay-Z. "Murda Muzik" by Mobb Deep, & "Food & Liquor" by Lupe Fiasco just to name a few. Whereas some record labels tried to release albums early in order to beat the leak at its own game, such as: "God Son" by Nas, "Blueprint" by Jay-Z, & "The Eminem Show" by Eminem. But it seems like the leak is NOWHERE near slowing down. What are some other albums that felt the wrath of the "internet leak" & which ones suffered the most ?

Started by Albums Plagued By Early "Leaks", 2 Weeks ago in Music


Started by "C'mon Baby" Video by Saigon, 2 Weeks ago in Music

How many of you actually read the liner notes of the albums you purchase ? Which one(s) is your favorite/most creative ? Any favorite quotes in any liner notes ? Any photos or artwork inside your feeling ? Which one(s) was straight wack ? The most creative one I seen was from "One Day It'll All Make Sense" by Common. Felt like you were reading his autobiography or something. My favorite quote is from "Stillmatic" by Nas: "Shout outs to everyone...keep smilin' is pain...get over it. Be happy, fu*k negativity. We kings & queens of the universe, amkers and molders, gods & goddesses. Don't take nobody's sh*t ! Get smart, get started, get money & get high."

Started by Liner Notes, 2 Weeks ago in Music

Gotta rep for my man Joell. Nice video [URL]

Started by Joell Ortiz "125 Grams Part 4 (Finale) Video, 2 Weeks ago in Music

Remember back in the days before rewritable CD's, MP3 players, & file sharing programs you had to wait for your favorite joint to be played on the radio so you could record it onto your cassette ? Ahhh the days of the pause tapes ! What was your favorite pause tape that you made or heard ? Mine was when I had the freestyle with Canibus, DMX, & Noreaga and also the one with The Notorious B.I.G. & The LOX

Started by Your Favorite Pause Tape, 2 Weeks ago in Music

You ever let a friend, relative, co-worker, etc. borrow something just to never see it again ? I remember back in '98 I let my younger cousin "borrow" one of few Ralph Lauren Polo shirts I had at the time so he could wear it for dress down day at his school...that was the last time the shirt was in my hands smh

Started by When Borrowing Turns Into Keeping, 2 Weeks ago in Off Topic

Production-wise, what do you think about his beats ? I been a fan of his since I first heard "The Platform" by Dilated Peoples. Since I'm a fan for gritty beats, he's always been on my top list of producers every year

Started by The Alchemist, 2 Weeks ago in Music

What is your favorite Nicktoons of all time ? Even though its relatively new, I choose "The Fairly Oddparents"

Started by Nicktoons, 2 Weeks ago in Entertainment heard the news about the death of The Notorious B.I.G. ? I was at home and I remember hearing Angie Martinez crying on the radio letting everyone know about the tragic news. If you want you can also post your own "Where Were You When..." moment

Started by Where Were You When..., 2 Weeks ago in Music