Archive for December, 2014

Big Luck Feat Infamous Mobb”s Ty Nitty – 2 the top

Posted in 1 on December 29, 2014 by bobbybounce

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#Salute #Respect #NYC #Queens #Upstate #Utica #RealRap

LL Cool J Brings Out Canibus At Barclays

Posted in 1 on December 20, 2014 by bobbybounce

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LL Cool J & Canibus Reunite Squash Beef Live at Christmas In Brooklyn Concert

Whoa, what’s beef? Last night at the Barclays Center, LL Cool J brought out former foe Canibus, to perform their posse cut, “4,3,2,1”. In the history of rap, is this the first time a diss verse was performed with the target serving as a hypeman? If that wasn’t strange enough, at the 2:17 mark, LL throws salt in the wound one last time, “Yo Canibus, love you boy! Your career is starting again, baby!”. #Respect

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Fabolous – Will Smith Freestyle

Posted in 1 on December 20, 2014 by bobbybounce

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The Young OG Project will be out Christmas Day. You may reconigze this as the freestyle Fab spit on Sway in the Morning the other day.

Larry Smith, Renowned Run-D.M.C. Producer, Has Died

Posted in 1 on December 20, 2014 by bobbybounce

Hip-hop pioneer co-produced Run-D.M.C.’s first two records and co-wrote Kurtis Blow’s seminal “The Breaks”

imagesLarry Smith, producer of some of the most cherished hip-hop records of the Eighties, including Run-D.M.C.’s first two albums, died Thursday at the age of 63. Radio host Combat Jack broke the news on Twitter, writing: “Just spoke to his family. RIP Larry Smith, the original King of Beats who passed away last night.”

A Queens native, Smith began his career as a session musician and quickly struck up a partnership with Kurtis Blow after playing bass on “Christmas Rappin’.” Smith would continue to play on a number of Blow’s tracks, co-writing a few as well, including the MC’s breakthrough record, “The Breaks,” which became the first rap record to be certified gold.

Smith then began working with Blow’s manager at the time, Russell Simmons. The two co-produced a handful of tracks for Jimmy Spicer – including the oft-sampled “Money (Dollar Bill Y’All)” – before helping make hip-hop history with Run-D.M.C.’s first single, “It’s Like That” b/w “Sucker MCs.” Smith and Simmons decided to forgo the lush style of studio musicians, settling instead on the punishing crack of drum machines.

Smith and Simmons would go on to co-produce Run-D.M.C.’s 1984 self-titled debut, and the ’85 follow-up, King of Rock. While Run-D.M.C.’s Rick Rubin–produced cover of Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way” is often seen as the bridge between rock and rap, Smith helped lay the foundation, inviting guitarist Eddie Martinez (David Lee Roth, Robert Palmer, Meat Loaf) to lay down the riffs on the hip-hop duo’s first two albums.

Thanks to his success with Run-D.M.C., Smith was tapped to produce the Brooklyn trio Whodini. Working in a style that intertwined hip-hop with R&B, Smith would produce the outfit’s first two LPs, 1984’s Escape, and 1986’s Back in Black. But in the coming years, Smith’s career slowed, his penchant for original instrumentation (even digital) going out of style as sample-heavy hip-hop became the norm.

Smith reportedly suffered a stroke in 2007, which left him unable to speak. A number of hip-hop luminaries have expressed their condolences on Twitter, including both Rev. Run and Darryl McDaniels of Run-D.M.C. “Rip to the greatest hip hop producer of all times…. Larry Smith,” wrote the former. “Produced my biggest and most significant hits..”

McDaniels added: “Rest In Beats, Larry Smith Music In Your Heart hip Hop Was Your Gift to The World! No one does it better!”

#RIP #LarrySmith #ShoutOut #RollingStone

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Classic photo of RUN, Kurtis Blow and DMC #Salute #Respect #OldSkool #HipHop

Beanie Sigel Shot in New Jersey

Posted in 1 on December 5, 2014 by bobbybounce

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Trouble seems to follow Beanie Sigel. This morning, he was shot in the torso outside of a home in Pleasantville, NJ. According to NBC News, Beans was taken to a nearby hospital and is listed in critical condition. In August, he was released from prison after serving a two year bid.beans-shot-630x390

The shooting took place this morning (Dec. 5) around 9:45 a.m. outside of a home along the 800 block of Spruce Avenue in the Pleasantville section of New Jersey. The 40-year-old was shot in the stomach and is currently in surgery.

The former Roc-A-Fella signee has been living in a halfway house since being released from doing a two-year bid in prison for tax evasion. He was wearing a monitoring ankle bracelet when he was shot.

This story is still developing.

Action Bronson – Taxi Cab Confessions, Basketball, & Blunts: Fuck, That’s Delicious (Episode 7)

Posted in 1 on December 5, 2014 by bobbybounce

In this nocturnal edition of Fuck, That’s Delicious, Action Bronson shows us some of his favorite late-night go-to’s for midnight snacking. From the most Northern parts of Queens to Washington Heights, the FTD audience will get a well-curated tour of New York City’s lesser-known after-dark eateries. We also get a chance to see Mr. Wonderful flex his culinary prowess while whipping up an ice cream sundae comprised of ingredients sourced solely from the Lower East Side. Getting around to all of these special places on the fly was no easy feat, so we enlisted super-cabbie Charlie to help us get the job done. #Salute #Respect #ActionBronson Funny shit kid!! lol  #StandUp #NewYork #NYC

No Indictment in NYPD chokehold death case

Posted in 1 on December 4, 2014 by bobbybounce

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#RIP #EricGarner #WeAllPrayForTheFamily #Prayers

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