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You know that awesome song in that Trident Commercial? It's an even better Music Video.

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Hello.

Yeah. So surprisingly enough, I am not opposed to this fairly poppy, euro dance song that magically popped up in my life recently. Or its supporting music video. Both are somewhat amazing and creative enough to keep my attention for a long amount of time. Martin Solveig, whos always good for the duet, teams up with Dragonette and her vocals. The result is non annoying party music. Mix that with an intriguing Music Video with an interesting (and fairly questionable) ending… and you have an all around win with me.

(Also, did anyone ePlay Motion commercial for wii or xBox? I think someone just got copyright jacked. But we’ll see.)

Too Cute.

Enjoy.

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June 24, 2011 at 11:11 am

Beyonce Steals Everything. Dammit People.

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I usually dont make these types of posts, but I’m tired of (some of) you acting like this girl is the second coming of Michael Jackson when shes just the third coming of a xerox machine.
This shit is getting old; was waiting for someone to put these two things together.

How do you think people don’t see this shit? Or NOT know who Lorella Cuccarini is? Come on.

Lets not get into the stolen Kylie Minogue routine…

That was while Kylie was fighting Breast Cancer, by the way.

Or how she blatantly stole “Kissing You” from Desiree (and the Romeo & Juliet Soundtrack) even after Desiree was nice enough to tell Beyonce to not cover her song. Then Des’ree was nice enough to let her cover the song with certain conditions. But she did what she wanted to anyways. Then tried to name it something different and hide it on her special edition DVD. Malice and forethought in wonderland.

Along with a long list of other stolen or copyright infringed things. Shes BEEN doing this, its BEEN old. And its not her Daddy anymore.
Can we just stop with her, please? For a while. Seriously. Theres real talent out there that deserves the attention more.
Thanks.
That is all.

So Danny Brown signed with Fools Gold. Its about time.

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I was a little late, but I fell in love with Danny Brown after his verse on “Round of Applause,” a track from Black Milk’s Album of The Year (accurate album title alert).  So after my girl Katie and the homie House Shoes chewed me out a few weeks ago for not having all of Danny’s mixtapes and previous workings, they quickly got me caught up that is the epic glory that is Danny Brown. With an aggressive vocal style, ill lyrics and even better punch lines, It only took me listening to The Hybrid and Hot Soup a few times for me to realize that he is a part of The Truth and The Future. The Way and The Light.
So no sooner than I find this dude and fall in love with his flow and delivery do I find out that he signs up with Fools Gold for a distribution deal. And he sounds excited to be there. Quote Danny and Swipe from iHipHop.com:

So Danny Brown just stopped by the office and revealed to me that he is signing with Fools Gold Records.  To be honest I was a little surprised, but that is a great look for him.  Since Cudder they have been a little quite (in hip-hop, that “Barbra Streisand” joint is killing it), and the Donnis signing was a misstep in my opinion.  A-Trak & Nick Catchdubs are excellent and at bringing music to people who don’t merely concentrate on the genre of hip-hop, and I think that although Danny is on some rappity rap sh*t he has the capability to appeal to people with diverse tastes in music.  Plus as Danny just eloquently told me, “Fool’s Gold has the bitches”.

So the future is looking bright for this kid right here. Should be good times. Find the links and enjoy.

p.s. If my photos aren’t loading right… its a side effect of the whole archival and moving of the website thing. Work with me. 🙂

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Shad. The Canadian Rapper you SHOULD be paying attention to.

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Peace to @JanayKinney for this epic discovery (that happened a few months ago, I’m just slow.)

Who?
Shadrach Kabango. AKA: Shad. 1982 Represent.
Where?
Kenyan born. Canada raised. Hip Hop certified.

Why?
Who doesn’t love a grassroots hero. Taking the 17K that he won off CKBT (Canadian version of Power 106), he self financed, produced, pressed and marketed his début album all by himself. With a very descriptive lyrical style (totally what my nerdy ass is into) teamed up with great beats and completely different view of hip hop, Shad basically came thru and surprised me on the fly with all his intelligent and amazing.

I’ve got a CTE review I need to focus on; so I’ll be STFU’ing now, and leaving you with a pretty thorough video collection for you to go through. Hope you enjoy.

Amazing Beat dude. And great, GREAT camerawork  Seriously. I want this on MTVJams.

Paying homage to Pharcyde.

Well written.

He’s official. Get on it.

Written by E

January 28, 2011 at 8:34 pm

Music Nerdery Sits Down with Dee-1 for Some Great Times.

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“Ancestors of ours are screaming from the grave, Because physically we are free, but were still some Mental Slaves.
Ancestors of ours are SCREAMING from the grave… Because physically we’re free, but were still some Mental Slaves.”

Man. Talk about truthiness. Something that Hip Hop needs right now.

“Jay, 50 and Weezy.” Hip Hop at its best. It was basically this line, amongst many others in that video above us, that left me in total awe and on a mission to find out more about this overly talented MC named Dee-1. Born and raised in mighty New Orléans, this unsigned, independent artist is challenging your understanding of what real, quality hip hop can be. With intelligent lyrical content spit cleverly over hot beats that hold a southern flare, and a music video that is all over MTVJams right now… its only a matter of time before this kid hits the big leagues.

Word.

So in an attempt to shine some light on this intriguing individual, I spoke with Dee for a bit and got the basics on his life, his music and his plans for a successful future. You interested? Good. Me too. Keep reading.

Music Nerdery: Hey Dee. Thanks so much for taking time out your busy schedule to indulge my Music Nerdery. really appreciate you taking time out your day for this.

Dee-1: Not a problem.

Music Nerdery: Alright. So it seems like there is a lot of talent coming out of the NO lately… Jay Electronica, Curren$y, and now you’re breaking out on the scene for New Orléans. Why don’t you tell me a bit about where exactly you grew up in and your life there… pre and post-Katrina life in New Orléans… and how all of that influences you and your music.

Dee-1: I grew up in New Orléans East. I lived my whole life in the same house on Dwyer Rd. I also spent a lot of time with my grandparents growing up. They also lived in the East, actually directly across the street from Curren$y. So I’ve BEEN knowing him.

Music Nerdery: Wow. Nice. Talent sees talent.

Dee-1: Yeah. Pre Katrina life in the N.O was never easy. But the thing about New Orléans is that it’s a bittersweet place. The highs are so high that we fall in love with our city and live, eat, sleep, and breathe New Orléans pride. There’s no culture like N.O culture. You gain a certain swag by living there… But the lows are so low that it makes you wish that you could just get away and live somewhere else with less poverty, corruption, crime, and hopelessness. Post Katrina N.O consists of a vibe of “rebirth” or “revival” for the city. I was off attending college (LSU in Baton Rouge) when Katrina hit, so once I graduated and “retired” from being a middle school teacher I moved back. This is my first time living in N.O as an adult so I have a different perspective now. Honestly, I love it.

New Orléans has influenced my music because I have so many memories growing up that I incorporate into my lyrics. Also, my slang and the way I carry myself is because of my N.O roots.

Music Nerdery: Yeah, once I heard your music, I knew you were probably from Louisiana. That drawl is unmistakable.  And that’s huge thing of you to do; going back and teaching children (My mom was a Teacher). Props for that.

Now lyrically, you are a unique breed of Hip Hop artist in the sense that you have refused to use any type of profanity in your lyrics… and I commend you for that. Hard to make that choice in a society/industry where swearing is seen as “cool,” and cool can equate to sales at times. What prompted the decision to take that step with your music?

Dee-1: Great question… My decision to not curse in my lyrics didn’t have ANYTHING to do with music. It was a decision I made in my personal life for personal reasons. I used to have a bad problem with my choice of words, so I challenged myself to stop cursing. Once I mastered it in real life, its was easy to not curse in my music because it’s a relection of who I currently am. I don’t look down on people who curse, but I want people to know that you can still be cool if you don’t. Look at me.

Music Nerdery: Nice. I really need to use you as an example… man,  I can swear like a sailor (laughs). So, you also have the distinction of being one of the few Hip Hop artists I know who has their college degree (good job dude, I still have to figure out how I’m going to pay for mine.) Tell me why you made the decision to not only go, but finish…. and about what you majored in.

Dee-1: I never had a choice (chuckles). My parents wouldn’t accept anything less than excellence from me. My dad never went to college, but he was so hard on me when it came to school that you would have thought he had a P.H.D… But it worked. Once I got to school, I started rapping, and my plan was to graduate and walk across the stage with a diploma in one hand and a recording contract in the other hand. It didn’t happen that way though, and I wasn’t making any money from music when I graduated so I had to get a real job. I always loved working with kids, so I decided to become a middle school teacher…. But my major was Marketing and my minor was Sociology.

Music Nerdery: Marketing… I see what you’re doing there. Smart for a musician to know. Funny… Soc is my major too. Explains your lyrics a bit too.

So really, what brought us all here is MTVJams genius, and the absolute epicness that is your “Jay, 50, and Weezy” video. It was love at first sight (and lyric) when I saw that video; I absolutely adore it. The theme behind the song and the video are a wonderful concept…. why don’t you go into how you came up with the ideal to address “The Big Three?”

Dee-1: When I wrote that song I was still teaching middle school. I saw 1st hand how much hip hop really influenced our youth, and I wondered which of hip hop’s giants really understood the influence they had but still chose to not use it in a positive way. I honestly don’t think some of hip hop’s stars “get it,” but I know for a fact that “Jay, 50, and Weezy” do because they have each built empires and it takes skill and intelligence to do that. I knew I couldn’t get a meeting with them in real life to address these issues so I wrote a song about it…. Hopefully I’ll get that meeting one day though!

Music Nerdery: I’m sure they heard you. Or they will soon, at least. Alright kid. Shameless plug time. This is where you tell me about your all about your music, the “I Hope The Hear Me” Mixtape Series;  and ANY new music you might have on the way.

(Readers, this is where you start clicking links.)

Dee-1: My independent album “David & Goliath” came out in 2009 and is available on iTunes and cdbaby.com. The original version of “Jay, 50, and Weezy” and my other single “One Man Army” are both on there. That album put me on the radar of a lot of people… I even got personal phone calls from 9th Wonder and Mannie Fresh after they heard the music…

Music Nerdery: Word? Congrats family.

Dee-1: “I Hope They Hear Me” is my current mixtape series… They are all free downloads on the internet and on my website dee1music.com
“I Hope They Hear Me Vol 1” is currently out.
“I Hope They Hear Me Vol 1.5” is dropped on December 15th.
“I Hope They Hear Me Vol 2” will consist of 100% original music and will be released in January 2011…..

Also, my music videos for “Jay, 50, and Weezy” and “One Man Army (Remix)” are on youtube… And the Jay, 50, and Weezy video is on MTVJAMS (which has single-handedly changed my life by the way). Real talk…

Music Nerdery: Yeah. I can testify to that one myself. (laughs)

Dee-1: I keep my fans updated through my twitter page, which is twitter.com/dee1music.

Music Nerdery: Nice. All the info I ever needed. Now here’s my favorite question in all interviews. As a Music Nerd, I HAVE to ask you what are you listening to. Anything new? What about any old school. Different genres? Whats good?

Dee-1: I’m currently listening to Joe Budden’s “Mood Muzik 4,” Tupac, several old CDs from Cash Money Records (the cash money I grew up on), and Talib Kweli’s “The Beautiful Struggle.” When I listen to different genres, I mostly like to vibe out and listen to Jazz. My dad and grandpaw have biggest Jazz collection on the face of the earth, so I just use their cds… Lol. Miles, Coletrane, Cannonball, Charlie Parker, Dizzy G., etc. All the greats.

Music Nerdery: I like your Jazz Game there. Now I’m asking you this because I know I’ll get a decent answer out of you.  What does being a MC mean to you? Better yet… when you’re done with Hip Hop, what do you want your Legacy to be.

Dee-1: On some real stuff, I look at being an MC as part of my calling. I feel like I’m the one that has been put here to reach people and spread a positive message on and off the mic to whoever will listen… I have a wonderful gift and opportunity right now, so I don’t take it lightly.

When I’m done with hip hop, I want to be known as the person who fulfilled his mission to change the world for the better, through his music and his lifestyle. I also want to inspire “One Man Armies” and “One Woman Armies” all over the world to fulfill their purpose too, whatever it may be.

Music Nerdery: That’s an awesome mission; Great Answer. Alright. Fun Question Time! If you won the lottery right now… list off some of the first things you would do with the money.

Dee-1: I’d invest half of it and use the other half to do hoodrat things with my friends. (laughs)… That was just a joke. I’d definitely make sure my mom and pops never had to work again, invest part of it, give back to the community, and call you to see where you wanna go party at!!! I’ll definitely break you off with a milli.

Music Nerdery: Nice! I’d buy a house and build a Music School that I want you to come teach at. (laughs) So when you get famous, can I get a part two to this interview?

Dee-1: I thought I was famous already? (laughs) Of course you can! And part 3, 4, 5, and so on..….

Music Nerdery: Word! I’m talkin about, when you get that first Grammy, I get the first sit down interview. 🙂

Dee-1: Holla at ya boi.

To find out more about Dee, you can always visit his main site, or you can keep up with him on his twitter.

Thanks again to Dee, Evan Alvarez, MTVJams and everyone reading. Enjoy.

The "All the Albums Music Nerdery Thought were Amazing in 2010 and you should probably check out" List.

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This is a compiled list of awesome that it took me about 3 weeks to put together, then edit out. This list is composed of albums that had a major release or push behind them. I’m leaving out mixtapes and other smaller projects because you guys get your own list soon.

So basically, these are the albums that moved me, made me happy or made me feel some kind of way about something amazing. The More Detailed Version of My Top 25 Artists via last.fm post; This list contains everything that I was listening to via iPods, Car and Bedroom Stereos. Stuff that was given to me behind the scenes… and played there as well. The music I listened to while I traveled the world. Label Work. Concert funs. Great times.

This list is in absolutely no real order; other than genre, perhaps.
If I really liked it, I’ll throw a * by it.

**Kaki King – Junior (Root, Root Root for the Home Team.)
***Blood Red ShoesFire Like this (Honored to be at their first LA show.)
Cold War Kids – Behave Yourself  (Nice with the Erykah Badu Reference.)
*Vampire Weekend – Contra
****The Dead Weather Sea of Cowards (Thanks, NoPayne.)
Los Campesinos! – Romance is Boring (Thanks, last.fm buddies.)
Juliana Hatfield – Peace and Love (recorded produced released on her own label)
*Joanna Newsom -Have one on Me (3 discs of harptacular, post vocal cord surgery goodness.)
MGMT – Congratulations
*Two Door Cinema Club – Tourist (I found you in Spain and I will never forget you.)
***Sleigh Bells – Treats (WOOOOOOOW.)
Broken Bells – Broken Bells (All around DangerMouse Win.)
*Laura Marling – I Speak Because I Can (This little girls been at it since she was 15, dropped her first album at 18. And shes already a pro.)
She and Him – Volume 2
*Melissa Auf der Maur Out Of Our Minds (If you want to see what Kayne was TRYING to do with the “Runaway” movie, watch MAdM’s “Out Of Our Minds.”)
*Kate Nash – My Best Friend Is You (Well I think she’s a BITCH.)
Sara Bareilles – Kaleidoscope Heart
**Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (Winning with the Spike Jones Video.)
*Katy Perry – Teenage Dream (Not only did she make a quality Pop Album (I thought that was an Oxymoron) and make an Unplugged Album out that kinda rocked my socks off… she put my bestest buddy Elle B. on as her Lead Background Singer. Everyone WINS.)
Interpol –  Interpol
Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record
*Of Montreal – False Priests
The Black Keys – Brothers (with the surprise win.)
Yeasayers – Odd Blood
Massive Attack – Heligoland
Sevendust – Cold Day Memory (I’m just happy to see these guys still at it)
Bleeding Through – Bleeding Through  (good metal is good metal)
**Avenged Sevenfold – Nightmare (Nice comeback. Peace to the family of The Rev.)

Randy Weston – The Storyteller (He’s 84 and is basically, like… still playing the piano proving he’s one of The Greatest of All Time.)
***Wynton Marsalis (Lincoln Center Orchestra) -Vitoria Suite (I bought it during a stop in Switzerland. It’ll be forever awesome for several reasons.)
Esperanza Spalding Chamber Music Society
Antonio Sanchez – Live in New York at Jazz Standard (This dude can drum his ass off.)
Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (Peace to Tal Wilkenfeld.)

***Corrine Bailey Rae – The Sea (Beautiful Recovery.)
Janelle Monáe – The ArchAndroid (Suits 2 and 3)
Georgia Anne Muldrow – Kings Ballad (Impressive.)
*Erykah Badu – New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh)
Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings – I Learned The Hard Way

****Damian Marley & Nas – Distant Relatives (Landmark album for Hip Hop as a Culture.)
**Jake One and FreewayThe Stimulus Package (Jake One brings back Boom Bap. It never left tho.)
****The Roots – How I Got Over (The Art of Hip Hop Composition and Storytelling.)
***Black Milk – Album Of The Year (He’s not lying tho. Shoutout to Wynton Marsalis’ 1981 Version.)
Gorillaz –  Plastic Beach
*Cypress Hill – Rise up (You’ll forever remind me of riding through DC. Sample usage in this album was greatness. Underrated.)
**Curren$y – Pilot Talk 1 and 2
**Bun B –  Trill OG (Youre gonna force me to like Drake, huh.)
**Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (I hate it AND I love it. GENIUS.)
***DJ Jedi – Prince and Friends (I don’t even like Prince like that. And this is AWESOME.)
RJD2 The Colossus
**Shy GuyBeats. James Beats. (Surprise Beattape Win of the YEAR.)
*Big Boi – Sir Luscious Left Foot: Son Of Chico Dusty
*Donwill (of Tanya Morgan) – Don Cusack In High Fidelity
***E-40Revenue Retrievin’: Day Shift (Westcoast winnin on the low.)
Murs & 9th Wonder – ForNever
Reflection Eternal – Revolutions Per Minute
Devin The Dude – Suite #420
*Von Pea – Pea’s gotta have it
*Most of the stuff Madlib Did, Including his Coffee.

Shoutout to stuff that was released in 2009 or 2008 that got worn out in 2010 like it was new:
Company of Thieves
Cage The Elephant
Mumford and Sons
Phoenix
Alice Russell
Jose James
Miike Snow
Fleet Foxes
Local Natives
Warpaint

I’m posting this up now; and coming back to post pictures later (its New Years, lemme go party).
If I omitted something, let me know. Nicely. I can’t think of everything.
But I hope you enjoy and investigate. Possibly find something new.

This really was a Stupid, Yet Mindblowingly Amazing Year. You guys out there have a Safe and Happy New Year. Here’s to another Prosperous Decade of More Winning, Lots more Traveling. Less Losing, and Revenue Generating.

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The “All the Albums Music Nerdery Thought were Amazing in 2010 and you should probably check out” List.

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This is a compiled list of awesome that it took me about 3 weeks to put together, then edit out. This list is composed of albums that had a major release or push behind them. I’m leaving out mixtapes and other smaller projects because you guys get your own list soon.

So basically, these are the albums that moved me, made me happy or made me feel some kind of way about something amazing. The More Detailed Version of My Top 25 Artists via last.fm post; This list contains everything that I was listening to via iPods, Car and Bedroom Stereos. Stuff that was given to me behind the scenes… and played there as well. The music I listened to while I traveled the world. Label Work. Concert funs. Great times.

This list is in absolutely no real order; other than genre, perhaps.
If I really liked it, I’ll throw a * by it.

**Kaki King – Junior (Root, Root Root for the Home Team.)
***Blood Red ShoesFire Like this (Honored to be at their first LA show.)
Cold War Kids – Behave Yourself  (Nice with the Erykah Badu Reference.)
*Vampire Weekend – Contra
****The Dead Weather Sea of Cowards (Thanks, NoPayne.)
Los Campesinos! – Romance is Boring (Thanks, last.fm buddies.)
Juliana Hatfield – Peace and Love (recorded produced released on her own label)
*Joanna Newsom -Have one on Me (3 discs of harptacular, post vocal cord surgery goodness.)
MGMT – Congratulations
*Two Door Cinema Club – Tourist (I found you in Spain and I will never forget you.)
***Sleigh Bells – Treats (WOOOOOOOW.)
Broken Bells – Broken Bells (All around DangerMouse Win.)
*Laura Marling – I Speak Because I Can (This little girls been at it since she was 15, dropped her first album at 18. And shes already a pro.)
She and Him – Volume 2
*Melissa Auf der Maur Out Of Our Minds (If you want to see what Kayne was TRYING to do with the “Runaway” movie, watch MAdM’s “Out Of Our Minds.”)
*Kate Nash – My Best Friend Is You (Well I think she’s a BITCH.)
Sara Bareilles – Kaleidoscope Heart
**Arcade Fire – The Suburbs (Winning with the Spike Jones Video.)
*Katy Perry – Teenage Dream (Not only did she make a quality Pop Album (I thought that was an Oxymoron) and make an Unplugged Album out that kinda rocked my socks off… she put my bestest buddy Elle B. on as her Lead Background Singer. Everyone WINS.)
Interpol –  Interpol
Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record
*Of Montreal – False Priests
The Black Keys – Brothers (with the surprise win.)
Yeasayers – Odd Blood
Massive Attack – Heligoland
Sevendust – Cold Day Memory (I’m just happy to see these guys still at it)
Bleeding Through – Bleeding Through  (good metal is good metal)
**Avenged Sevenfold – Nightmare (Nice comeback. Peace to the family of The Rev.)

Randy Weston – The Storyteller (He’s 84 and is basically, like… still playing the piano proving he’s one of The Greatest of All Time.)
***Wynton Marsalis (Lincoln Center Orchestra) -Vitoria Suite (I bought it during a stop in Switzerland. It’ll be forever awesome for several reasons.)
Esperanza Spalding Chamber Music Society
Antonio Sanchez – Live in New York at Jazz Standard (This dude can drum his ass off.)
Herbie Hancock – The Imagine Project (Peace to Tal Wilkenfeld.)

***Corrine Bailey Rae – The Sea (Beautiful Recovery.)
Janelle Monáe – The ArchAndroid (Suits 2 and 3)
Georgia Anne Muldrow – Kings Ballad (Impressive.)
*Erykah Badu – New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh)
Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings – I Learned The Hard Way

****Damian Marley & Nas – Distant Relatives (Landmark album for Hip Hop as a Culture.)
**Jake One and FreewayThe Stimulus Package (Jake One brings back Boom Bap. It never left tho.)
****The Roots – How I Got Over (The Art of Hip Hop Composition and Storytelling.)
***Black Milk – Album Of The Year (He’s not lying tho. Shoutout to Wynton Marsalis’ 1981 Version.)
Gorillaz –  Plastic Beach
*Cypress Hill – Rise up (You’ll forever remind me of riding through DC. Sample usage in this album was greatness. Underrated.)
**Curren$y – Pilot Talk 1 and 2
**Bun B –  Trill OG (Youre gonna force me to like Drake, huh.)
**Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (I hate it AND I love it. GENIUS.)
***DJ Jedi – Prince and Friends (I don’t even like Prince like that. And this is AWESOME.)
RJD2 The Colossus
**Shy GuyBeats. James Beats. (Surprise Beattape Win of the YEAR.)
*Big Boi – Sir Luscious Left Foot: Son Of Chico Dusty
*Donwill (of Tanya Morgan) – Don Cusack In High Fidelity
***E-40Revenue Retrievin’: Day Shift (Westcoast winnin on the low.)
Murs & 9th Wonder – ForNever
Reflection Eternal – Revolutions Per Minute
Devin The Dude – Suite #420
*Von Pea – Pea’s gotta have it
*Most of the stuff Madlib Did, Including his Coffee.

Shoutout to stuff that was released in 2009 or 2008 that got worn out in 2010 like it was new:
Company of Thieves
Cage The Elephant
Mumford and Sons
Phoenix
Alice Russell
Jose James
Miike Snow
Fleet Foxes
Local Natives
Warpaint

I’m posting this up now; and coming back to post pictures later (its New Years, lemme go party).
If I omitted something, let me know. Nicely. I can’t think of everything.
But I hope you enjoy and investigate. Possibly find something new.

This really was a Stupid, Yet Mindblowingly Amazing Year. You guys out there have a Safe and Happy New Year. Here’s to another Prosperous Decade of More Winning, Lots more Traveling. Less Losing, and Revenue Generating.

(http://bloggers.com/)

ypress Hill

cypress Hill – Rise up