Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Okay so last night, the good folks at Scion threw another banger of a show. The acts were Nice N Smooth and Black Sheep. Lets jump right in shall we? Nice N Smooth murdered it. Smooth B was calm and collected while Greg Nice was everywhere. He worked the crowd like a mad man. At one point I dont know where he went, I could just hear his voice. An amazing show to say the least. And yes I am a Hip-Hop Junkie. Unfortunately the "headliner" was Black Sheep. Not a whole lot of energy at all from Dres. To say the least his set was wack and he insisted on doing new material. Not a good look when people came to hear your classics. No Strobelight Honey? What type of non-effort fuckery is that? At any rate it was a cool vibe, beautiful women, and a free ass show. Good shit Scion. I'm still never gonna buy one, but whatever.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Don Imus does not like Black People

Dude does not like black people. Simple as that. It doesnt surprise me. I would really respect him more if he said the comments, and then be like 'hells yeah i said it. and what?!?'. The fuckery comes when he completely back tracks even though everything he says is on the record. The new foot in mouth is his comments on PacMan Jones. Read on..............

Saturday, June 21, 2008


I wont front, ever since I heard her music I have been a fan. I mean she is a talent to be reckoned with. Unfortunately, her drug abuse is not just a topic of some of her records. It is only a matter of time before its memorial T-Shirt time. That is if she doesnt get her act together. I would never wish that upon anyone but if you follow her career, then you are witnessing what they call a "trainwreck" in the making. Somebody in her circle needs to force her to go to rehab. Fuck that 'no, no, no!' bullshit. Just my thoughts....I could be wrong...I've been wrong before.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Tech Supreme presents...The Remix Collection

I just threw this together to get it out in the world. From time to time I get hit with an accapella that I have to remix. Here are just a few of them.


1. Lil Wayne-Lollipop Remix
2. Robin Thicke-Lost In Love Remix
3. 50 Cent-I Get Money Remix
4. Hakeem the Dream-Thick Wit It Remix
5. Sarah Stokes-You Remix
6. Kenna-Say Goodbye To Love Remix



Tech Presents-Slightly Beneath the Surface

I am posting all of my old material. So here is a compilation I did a couple years ago. Sweet!!!!!!

This Is Some Grade A bulls**#$

You want fuckery in the highest degree? R.Kelly is a free man. I am disturbed and depressed and I vow to never take my unborn child into the perverted streets of Chicago. I will not support Kells album, and any of his ventures. This is a sad time for me.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

The face of the demise of R. Kelly

This is Lisa Van Allen. She is 27, and is a key witness in the trial of pedo singer R. Kelly. She testified about multiple threesomes with Kells and the child. Damn dude. What type of fuckery are we coming to? Did she know she was a child then? If she did, then she is just as grimey as Kells. At any rate, if Kelly gets off, then entertainers are truly lawless.
Today is a good day for music. People get into the habit of bitching and moaning about music. Hip-Hop is not dead. Not only is it alive, but it's better than ever. On a mainstream level it is kinda difficult to get past the bs, but Hip-Hop is alive on the charts. Jay-Z is Hip-Hop. Kanye West is Hip-Hop. Lil Wayne is Hip-Hop. Those are three of the biggest artists in muisc and they make good music. Have you heard Carter 3. Its crazy.

The real true Hip-Hop is on the underground level. If you desire real lyrics and dope beats then turn off the tv. Turn off the radio. Hit up your local stores because I am posititve there are local artists on the shelves that spit rediculous bars. Dont wanna do that? Then go to the blogs. The blogs are the new hustle for music. I mean how can Hip-Hop be dead with artists like Wale, Saigon, The Cool Kids, Kidz N the Hall, Lupe Fiasco (not so underground), and many others.

Hip-Hop is doing good right now.