Friday, August 31, 2012
Released: Jul 13, 2012
℗ 2012 Long Time Records
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Aundre "Triple-A" Atkins @tripleamusic @shanequagarcia....Producer of the hit track Jim Jones- 60 Racks
Aundre "Triple-A" Atkins @tripleamusic....Producer of the hit track Jim Jones- 60 Racks
Q:Let everyone know where you are from.
A:I'm originally from Brooklyn
Q: What influenced you to become a Producer? And at what age did you start creating beats?
A: My father, DJ Premier, Pete Rock got me in to doing beats. I started doing beats when I was 19 but I’ve been around the studio since I was like 7 years old
Q: Besides Jim Jones, what other artists mainstream and Indie have you produced for?
A: I’ve worked with Big Sean, Yung Berg, Paypa, Ray J, and Locksmith
Q: We all know that Jim Jones' 60 Racks is a major hit, did you expect it to be as major as it is?
A: I didn't even know the song was on the radio at first and honestly I didn't expect this much exposure from the song
Q: Has the success of 60 Racks attracted other mainstream artists to your work?
A: Yes the song got me working with French Montana, Omarion, and Fabolous.
Q: Do you plan to do any more productions with Jim Jones or the Dipset/730 Dipset family?
A: Oh yes, as we speak I got a new song done with Jimmy and I'm working on that Dipset album plus I got a song done with Cam'ron feat Sencity coming out soon.
Q. Name 3 mainstream artists you would like to work with in the near future, and why?
A: I would love to work with NAS because he’s my favorite rapper, Jay-Z because I love the way he flows and he’s open to try new things, and Rick Ross because he has this voice that sounds dope on any track. I would work with every artist that's mainstream because they are serious about working in the studio.
Q: Name 3 Indie/Underground artists, if any, that you would like to work with in the near future, and why?
A: I would like to work with Smoke DZA, Mac Miller, and Danny Brown.
Q. Are there any projects, events that the fans should be looking forward to seeing/hearing from you?
A: Well coming soon is more music from Jim Jones and look out for new music with French Montana and Omarion, also you can hear my music on NBC and other TV stations.
Q:.Where can the fans follow your work? Links, pages etc.?
A: You can follow me on Twitter @tripleamusic, on Instagram @tripleamusic and Facebook.
Q: Anyone that you would like to give a shoutout to?
A: I wanna shout out Billy J my manager for all the hard work he’s doing and Sanchez for getting me to Jim Jones to make 60 Racks happen
Interview written/conducted by: Shanequa Morrow- Garcia/SLG Promotions/Goldilocz Promotions
A heat wave boiled over Tampa, Fla. Practice didn’t start for another hour.
This summer, before the Blake High School football team hit the field, one of its assistant coaches was outside, running sprints and drills by his lonesome. When practice ended, he retired to the campus weight room, lifting long after the carpools drove away.
Coach Anthony Davis, who had played in parts of six NFL seasons, most recently with the New Orleans Saints in 2009, was out of the NFL.
The NFL still wasn’t out of him.
This month, the 32-year-old left tackle tried out and signed a one-year deal with the Chargers. He played Saturday night in his first NFL game in about three years, seeing second-half snaps in the Chargers' 28-20 win over the Cowboys.
Since they learned of his Aug. 8 signing, Davis’ high school players have sent him daily text messages of support and encouragement.
“It’s almost like a movie,” Davis said. “Those are my guys. Those are my kids. I’ve always been on them about hard work, hard work. … Now, look where it led me. They have a physical example of what hard work can do.”
Davis coached Blake’s offensive and defensive linemen. In the summer, he ran the weight room, too.
Junior center Josh Vizcaino says the bar was set high, as Davis had the team do “crazy push-up things” and “ridiculous exercises.” The workouts became teachable moments.
“So many people were about to fall out. People wanted to give up,” Vizcaino said. “He was always right there, saying, ‘This is what it is. This is what it takes. You need to do this. This is what gets you places in life. It doesn’t matter what you want to do. As long as you’re working hard, you can go where you want to go.”
Davis started at Virginia Tech.
In 2004, he joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an undrafted rookie and started every game in 2005 and 2006. They released him in 2008.
When the Chargers called, Davis hadn’t been on an NFL roster since the Saints waived him before the 2009 campaign.
For three years, his NFL career detoured to the United Football League.
He played for the Virginia Destroyers in 2011, winning the UFL championship under the helm of former Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer.
Davis didn’t lose sight of the NFL.
Vizcaino said it’d “be a lie” to say players weren’t disappointed to learn their line coach was leaving but that their happiness outweighed that.
“It just shows that, as long as you have right mindset, you can do it,” Vizcaino said. “He always said he had the mindset of a shark because you can’t a tame a shark. You can tame dogs. You can tame a bear; bears dance in circuses.
“He always said, ‘I’m a shark. That’s the mindset you need to have. If you do, you can make it.’”
As farfetched as it seems for a high school coach to join the Chargers mid-training camp and make their 53-man roster, Davis has a chance. Their reserves on the offensive line aren’t decided.
Guard/center Rex Hadnot is a lock, and rookie tackle Michael Harris and rookie center Dave Molk appear to be, too.
But the team hoped Mario Henderson, out of the NFL last year due to weight issues, would seize the role of swing tackle off the bench. Despite dedication that resulted in about 50 lost pounds during the spring, Henderson has struggled in camp, demoted to the third team over the past week of practice.
Davis presents a veteran option at tackle.
He’ll always have a place in Tampa, says Darryl Gordon, head coach at Blake.
“He got picked up by the Chargers, but he’s still part of our coaching staff,” Gordon said. “That’s important to me because, number one, he loves the kids. Number two, he loves the game. And number three, he’ll do whatever it takes. He’ll do whatever you ask him to do. No matter what it is, Coach Davis will be there.”
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Monday, August 27, 2012
Madjoyias Creations & Big Kid Entertainment stops by The Games music video shoot to talk about the star studded single, future mixtapes, features with Future & Young Jeezy AND fighting 40 Glocc & Ice Burgandy on camera.... Tune in!!!
www.evitan.net - @Jarobione - @Dresblacksheep
The Native Duo continue to bring stellar Hip Hop to the table. Here they combine to set it off on the Bazooka Joe/Marc Lawrence produced Hot Damn .. borrowing from a couple of anthems from their respective groups. Video Directed/Edited by Omar Akil
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Saturday, August 25, 2012
GOD KAIN - "SNOW IN THE DROUGHT" HOSTED BY DJ SUPERSTAR JAY (FEATURES: CAM'RON, FREEKEY ZEKEY, VBOY SWERV AND MORE...)
Friday, August 24, 2012
Music video by Nicki Minaj performing I Am Your Leader (Explicit). © 2012 Cash Money Records/Young Money Ent./Universal Rec.
iTunes [Song]: http://atlr.ec/BoBOutOfMyMind
iTunes [Album]: https://bitly.com/BoBStrangeClouds
B.o.B's Store: http://atlr.ec/L0kRz1
Label: Ruffhouse Records/EMI Music
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Learn more: http://OFA.BO/yxNrNP
President Bill Clinton:
"This election to me is about which candidate is more likely to return us to full employment."
"This is a clear choice. The Republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper income people and go back to deregulation. That's what got us in trouble in the first place."
"President Obama has a plan to rebuild America from the ground up, investing in innovation, education, and job training. It only works if there is a strong middle class."
"That's what happened when I was President. We need to keep going with his plan."
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
02. Dollar and a Dream III
03. Can’t Get Enough (feat. Trey Songz)
04. Lights Please
06. Sideline Story
07. Mr. Nice Watch (feat. Jay-Z)
08. Cole World
09. In The Morning (feat. Drake)
10. Lost Ones
11. Nobody’s Perfect (feat. Missy Elliot)
12. Never Told
13. Rise and Shine
14. God’s Gift
16. Work Out
17. Who Dat
18. Daddy’s Little Girl
If you’re hoping to see Ed Hochuli, Mike Carey and the rest of the regular referees on the field when the regular season starts, the NFL’s executive vice president for football operations has some bad news for you.
Ray Anderson, the executive whose responsibilities include overseeing the league’s officials, told Bob Glauber of Newsday that the use of replacement officials is likely to extend beyond the preseason.
1. I'm Talking To You
2. Til We Die (Feat. Rick Ross & Trey Songz)
3. Do That Thing
4. Make It Look Easy (Feat. Gucci Mane)
5. Pressure (Feat. Lil Wayne)
6. Love-Hate (Feat. Robin Thicke)
7. Grind Real Slow
8. King Tut (Feat. Reek Da Villian & J Doe)
9. Sound Boy (Feat. Cam'ron)
10. Doin It Again (Feat. Reek Da Villian & Chanel)
11. Wine & Go Down (Feat. Vybz Kartel)
12. Movie (Feat. J Doe)
14. Bleed The Same Blood (Feat. Maino & Anthony Hamilton)
"Eagles coach Andy Reid said Vick will have an MRI today to see if there’s any cartilage damage. He said the injury wasn’t a result of Vick’s penchant to try to do too much. Left guard Evan Mathis, who was beat when Cunningham got by him to hit Vick, agreed.
“He took a hit that would have knocked out any quarterback, so he’s not injury-prone,” Mathis said. “It was my fault. There was a breakdown up front. It had nothing to do with Mike.”"
Monday, August 20, 2012
Nicki Minaj will join Mariah Carey as new 'American Idol' judge: report
The 'Starships' singer is reportedly set to be the latest face of Fox's hit singing competition show.
BY JOYCE CHEN / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/nicki-minaj-join-mariah-carey-new-american-idol-judge-report-article-1.1140284#ixzz246m9u2J3
Last Friday Night Freestyle off Driicky's mixtape "Ya Gotta Start Somewhere" Hosted by DJ Ill Will DOWNLOAD AT DATPIFF.COM OR HOTNEWHIPHOP.COM
Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch have named a released date for the "Wu Block" Album
with special features from Method Man, Raekwon, GZA, Masta Killah, Jadakiss and Styles P
Ghostface and Sheek Louch will be coming to a city near you while on Wu-Block TOUR see below for dates and cities
Wednesday 1-Aug Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
Thursday 2-Aug Philadelphia, PA Trocadero
Friday 3-Aug Providence, RI Lupos
Saturday 4-Aug New Haven, CT Toads
Sunday 5-Aug Hampton Beach, NH Wally’s
Tuesday 7-Aug Portland, ME Asylm
Wednesday 8-Aug New York, NY Highline Ballroom
Thursday 9-Aug Stroudsburg, PA Sherman
Saturday 11-Aug Atlanta, GA Terminal West
Tuesday 14-Aug Pensacola, FL Vinyl
Friday 17-Aug Austin, TX Beauty Ballroom
Sunday 19-Aug Albuquerque, NM El Rey
Thursday 23-Aug Tempe, AZ Club Red
Friday 24-Aug Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
Tuesday 28-Aug Santa Ana, CA Observatory
Wednesday 29-Aug West Hollywood, CA House of Blues
Wednesday 5-Sep Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre
Thursday 6-Sep Minneapolis, MN Cabooze
Friday 7-Sep Chicago, IL Double Door
Saturday 8-Sep Milwaukee, WI The Rave
Monday 10-Sep Kansas City, MO Riot Room
Friday 14-Sep Albany, NY Upstate Concert Hall
Memphis Bleek - Pete Rose
Sneak Peek of yesterday's Photo Shoot....."Life After Duets" —
FEAT. MEEK MILL, ACE HOOD & PLIES
"SHOUT OUT TO THE REAL"
FEAT. BIG SEAN, WIZ KHALIFA,
ACE HOOD & T-PAIN
"I'M SO BLESSED"
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Saturday, August 18, 2012
SLAUGHTERHOUSE gets in the booth for a conventional game of Truth or Truth...
The makings of an instant classic. Brainstrong Productions.
Shot by: J.N. Silva ( @JNSILVA_ )
Brian Inoa ( @BINOASR ) Sylvio Sandino (@SylvioSandino )
Edited by: Vianel de La Cruz ( @VNL417 )