Friday, November 24, 2006

The Cyber Mix Tape Show Podcast Part 1

Check it out, it's the Cyber Mix Tape Show Podcast! This is the first part of a two part show, featuring music from One Session, JhaVoice, latest news, and more! You need to check this one out, listen to the podcast below!

Intro-Q.Rock639 shouts and plugs
Just Alright- One Session --Suburban Noize Records
Word on the Street-Discussion of the Michael “Kramer” Richards incident
Learn Chinese- Jin- Ruff Ryder
My Life- Potluck – Suburban Noize Reocrds
Think Twice- I&I w/ Pete Rock – BBE
Web-slinging notes from around the net-various odd news and info found online
Sunshine (featuring Madame Dee and Scotty)- Prodigal Sunn- Godz Inc,/Free Agency

Monday, November 20, 2006

Kramer The Klansman

I am so tired of these stupid fawkers. Listen, if you’re a comedian, you have a time and a way to use the N word in your skit and not start a riot. I don't know why you REALLY need to say it, but you can. It's done all the time.

I was talking to my homie K-Beats the other day, about how when you watch Def Comedy Jam, all the comedians start their set off with a joke about white people in the crowd and how most of the jokes are not that funny. You would think some one would start off a set with something a little more original but at least they keep the racial slurs out (When referring to anyone other than themselves that is. That's another topic all together)

What that Frankenstein looking monster Kramer did is the exact opposite times 10!

Michael Richards blew up on stage at a heckler and threw out the N word more than NWA did in their first song. He was walking around looking like his meds were clashing with each other, rambling because someone in the crowd didn't like his stale ass jokes. Then he tried to explain it, talking 'bout "Well you interrupted me, that's what you get when you interrupt me?' Ohhhh...ok..when you interrupt Kramer, the Klansman in him comes out. That's catchy actually, Kramer the Klansman. He should use it, he could do another TV show with it, him and Mel Gibson both play themselves, literally and physically. They are both very good at it.

If Richards was a funny comic, he might have been able to flip it on the heckler, who didn’t really say anything more insulting than "You suck, your washed up". Instead, he just flipped.

See for yourself, the video is at, and probably up on YouTube by now.

The hell with Michael Richards. The only reason he was funny on Seinfeld was because he was a stooge, what with all his falling down, making faces, and his stolen Moe, Larry, Curly and Shemp bits, goof ball, style of comedy. The guy was a dick then and not much has changed since. It was clear that he was not joking around or amused at the Laugh Factory. He totally lost control of himself and the TRUE Mr. Richards came out, in full center stage light. Fuck you Kramer. Fuck you while hanging upside down, with forks sticking out your azz. How's that?!? Somebody should have spit on him.

(--Going to break all my Seinfeld DVDs--)



Hip Hop legends X-Clan and Public Enemy have announced they will unite for a month long tour together. The tour launches on Dec 5th in San Diego, CA and hits key major markets across the U.S. before wrapping up in Fargo, ND on Dec 22nd.

“Everybody that I know in the cultural worlds of music dreams about a tour with Public Enemy and the X-Clan. No longer a dream, the reality manifests in December 2006,” says X-Clan frontman Brother J. “Public Enemy has been holding it down for the longest and they were the first major conscious group to do it big for the people. Chuck D is my inspiration for remaining independent with my music and I will salute that wisdom by spitting the fire on this tour. Let the word be born: Revolution, Evolution, the Solution. Peace!”

The tour announcement comes on the heels of X-Clan’s appearances on BET’s 106 & Park, Def Poetry Jam, the Legends of Hip Hop Concert and sold out tours with Grammy-winning reggae star Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Jurassic 5. The intense buzz surrounding X-Clan’s first studio album in over a decade, Return From Mecca, has also garnered attention from national publications like MTV, Spin, Source, Skratch, Murder Dog, The Washington Post and Sirius Satellite Radio.

The highly influential New Yorkers Public Enemy have been together 24 years and delivered a barrage of classic albums awash with politically-charged lyrics. It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet featured their finest moments - including "Don't Believe The Hype," "Bring the Noise" and "Fight the Power." The group, which still features founding members Chuck D, Flavor Flav and Professor Griff, has scores of imitators but is regarded by many as the definitive rap group.

Making its debut in 1990 with, To The East Blackwards, and with there 1992 sophomore effort, Xodus, (both of which are considered classics and peaked at #11 on the Hip Hop charts) X-Clan was at the forefront of hip hop’s cultural movement. With hits like “Funkin' Lesson,” “Heed The Word of the Brother” and “Raise The Flag,” X-Clan secured hip hop as their vehicle to deliver and advance the science and math of upliftment, popularizing the ideas of Malcolm X, Sonny Carson, Huey Newton and Clarence 13X, while keeping dance floors packed.

The world of hip hop has been buzzing since X-Clan, led by Brother J the Clan’s founder and original lead MC, announced their return after nearly a decade-long hiatus. The highly influential group will release their comeback album, Return From Mecca, on January 30, 2006 through underground tastemakers Suburban Noize Records. The highly anticipated album finds the group reforming their groundbreaking tradition of ancestral wisdom, culture and a signature lyrical style that appeals to all generations of hip hop. Joining X-Clan on their celebrated return are a bevy of high-profile collaborators; among them Damian Marley, Jurassic 5’s Chali 2NA, KRS-One, Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, RBX, Abstract Rude, YZ, DJ Quik, DJ Khalil, Jake One and Bean One.


12.5.06 House of Blues San Diego , C A

12.6.06 Rialto Theatre Tucson , AZ

12.7.06 Marquee Theatre Tempe , AZ

12.10.06 House of Blues Los Angeles , C A

12.11.06 House of Blues Anaheim , C A

12.13.06 Mezzanine San Francisco , C A

12.14.06 Empire Sacramento , C A

12.15.06 McDonald Theatre Eugene , OR

12.17.06 TBA Seattle , WA

12.18.06 Big Easy Spokane , WA

12.19.06 Shrine Billings , MT

12.20.06 Rushmore Rapid C ity , SD

12.21.06 Ramkota Hall Sioux Falls , SD

12.22.06 Playmakers Fargo , ND