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Pseudo Rebels
 
Pseudo Rebels
 
08.4.09
14:46

When Jay-Z started recording the Black Album he began by hand picking the best beat makers in the business including Just Blaze, The Neptunes, Kanye West, Timbaland, DJ Quick, and Rick Rubin. The Black Album went on to sell over 3 million copies in the US alone. Rick Rubin’s contribution 99 Problems was the third single released off the album and is considered by many an instant classic.

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DP3
07.30.09
20:03

Okay, so what do you get when you combine Madlib and MF Doom? Madvillain of course! This video is sick! Just sick! The song by it’s self is amazing. Madlib’s beat is so smooth and more than likely a major part of the inspiration for the later MF Doom / DJ Dangermouse collaboration of Dangerdoom. Throughout the entire album Madlid seamlessly mixes a steady stream of beats and old time radio clips to perfection while MF Doom spits his quirky yet incredibly intelligent rhymes.
Doom’s lyrics are clever enough to keep the song interesting despite not having a hook. That’s no easy accomplishment. His flow is smooth and clam but he still manages to throw a few rhythmic kinks in the preverbal gears. His ability to make sure that his punch lines stand out clearly is possibly his best trait as an emcee considering that he keeps them coming one after anther.

So please do enjoy my # 8 hip-hop video….

07.10.09
11:23

Michael Jackson Dead at age 50 Live Coverage: Public Memorial Service: Staples Center Fans Tribute

Michael Jackson’s Public Memorial service was held at the staples center in Los Angeles, CA on July 7th 2009 days after death on June 25th 2009. Word on the street was that there were over 1 million people who tried to attend this free memorial service for Michael. It was a lottery pick so this meant that there were thousands of people lined up outside of the servivce to show their appreciation and love for Michael Jackson “The King of Pop” Thank you for inspiring the Pseudo Rebels Michael Jackson…Rest In Peace

DP3
06.27.09
20:28

Hey ya’ll, happy Saturday! A little over a month ago I read an article in Spin Magazine about this singer song writer Emily Wells. I checked out her Myspace page and instantly fell in love. This woman is an amazing talent with some fantastic songs, including a great cover of the Notorious B.I.G song Juicy. I was able to see her live in Hollywood at the Hotel Café last weekend and it was one of the most unique live shows I’ve seen in quite awhile. Check her out.
Until next time, thanks.

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