Showing posts from October, 2011


"Let me hear you make some noise!" I'm happy to say that I have tickets for November 9th at Jamm Brixton to see DJ Muggs. It's a dubstep night and there's a host of other DJs in attendance but all I care about is seeing the big man himself, oh and the little fact that my brother is coming with me. It marks our first night out since he's moved to England and I can't wait to spend some time with him. Muggs is promoting his new album BASS FOR YOUR FACE and is touring Europe with DJ Q-bert who I would have loved to see also, but alas he is not able to make the date. Rather that be disappointed I am really happy that Muggs was able to find time to sneak this unplanned spot in his schedule. I've never been to Jamm, and I have never experienced a Dubstep club night. DJ Solo is cursing me out right now! But having been a fan of Muggs' work since the early 90s I know I'll like what I hear. I applaud him for cont

CSI: London - November 7th 2011

This is Crime Scene Cinema. Some glimpses and teasers ahead of the London date of the Rhymesayers tour w/ Evidence . Evidence flows sick over this DJ Premier beat. Go get the new album 'Cats and Dogs' and fall in love with Hip Hop again. Alchemist gives his blessing. -Bossman75

The Number One Chief Rocka

"No it's the shoes." "The shoes?" "It's gotta be the shoes." I make no bones about it, I grew up dirt poor. Not only that but in an age when some of the most ground breaking sneakers came out. These two facts were not what a teenager wanted to stuck in the middle of. Despite the circumstances I found myself in I fell hard for some sneakers and the love stays with me to this day. I can honestly say I was never jealous or envious even of the kids at school or at football who rocked some of these. It just wasn't in my nature. If anything I was in silent awe and admiration. To a degree I'm still poor, but that depends on how you view life. Safe to say I don't have cash money to live the sneaker head dream. I got some inspiration when reading a few Complex features from the likes of Frank The Butcher , Gary Warnett and even Diggy Simmonds . I got nothing but respect for Frank, he's a heavyweight in the game and an all round

Fiending (again)

My love for Vans is obvious. My love for Toons' work is also obvious. These OTW Alomar are calling me. This video clip is on repeat in my head. And that beat? Tell me you didn't nod to it. Mister Cartoon - Alomar from Off The Wall TV on Vimeo . Also hoping to get a copy of Art Of Lettering before it sells out. Peace to Toons and Vans OTW . Outstanding collab once again. -Bossman75