People think Im talking crazy when I speak on the presence of the Illuminati in our music and the music industry ESPECIALLY Hip Hop. Here is a three part piece of Public Enemy's Professor Griff speaking out on the evil that is taking place in the industry. Griff is not the only artist to speak out on the happenings in the industry, nor is he the first most people just don't listen. People need to start paying attention. Listen and LEARN....
Professor Griff - Illuminati runs Hip Hop Culture - 1 of 3
Professor Griff - Illuminati runs Hip Hop Culture - 2 of 3
Professor Griff - Illuminati runs Hip Hop Culture - 3 of 3
Saturday, November 27, 2010
You are in for a real musical treat. Marsha Ambrosius has put together a sensual mixed tape titled Sex Tape which was broken up into three installments. Marsha has taken such classics as Quincy Jones Secret Garden, Boyz II Men's Uhh Ahh, Marvin Gaye's Come Away With Me My Angel & Sensuality Pt 1&2 By The Isley Brothers to name a few, and she has sprinkled a little Ambrosius flava on them. All this to promote her forthcoming LP "Late Nights Early Mornings" which will be released on J Records in early 2011.
All I can say is listen and enjoy, I know I sure did!
Download Marsha Ambrosius Sex Tape Pt 1 Here
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
N*E*R*D and Pitbull crack the charts, while Ice Cube gained nearly 20 spots on the chart. Devin The Dude is unable to crack the Top 200, but Pimp C hangs on.
It was more of the same on the charts this week. Lil Wayne's I Am Not A Human Being fell back to the #5 spot it claimed two weeks ago. The same week he released from prison, Wayne crossed the 400,000 mark with tracks featuring Young Money Records artists such as Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Twist. The rapper said in a letter to Billboard.com this week that he intends on promoting the album when he's released from prison later this month.
Eminem's Recovery jumped two spots down to #7. The Interscope/Aftermath Entertainment release has the possibility of reaching the three million mark by year's end.
Trey Songz slid one spot to #16 with his Passion, Pain & Pleasure. With potential to reach gold next week, Trey may now be Atlantic Records' biggest star in the wake of T.I.'s legal woes. The Petersburg, Virginia native's fourth album features Drake and Nicki Minaj.
N*E*R*D's Nothing received a Top 20 debut. The group's fourth album, released through Star Trak/Interscope Records, features T.I., as well as Daft Punk.