Ova stvar najavljuje album Dvorske Lude – “Strip”, snimljena je kao prva stvar planirana za album, još 2008. godine, a na njoj gostuju legenda hrvatskog hip hopa Target i DJ Dee. Radi se o prvom singlu za album, a sam album Dvorski planira da izbaci krajem godine.
Pjesmu poslušajte u playeru ispod a cijeli singl, zajedno s remixom i instrumentalima možete skinuti ovdje.
The Source Magazine has seen it’s better days. In the ’90s this magazine was the bible of hip-hop. Fans would wait in anticipation for album reviews to see who had the 5 mics. Labels would hire writers as A&Rs due to their finds in the Unsigned Hype section. Most importantly, no one was seeing them in the hip-hop world. Today is a different time. After the rise of XXL, the demise of the Dave Mays and Benzino era, and the further mismanagement of the mag, many people felt The Source was done for. Fast forward to 2010. The magazine is looking to make a comeback. The Source is looking for a new leader that will take them back to the top of the hip-hop world. The man they chose was referred by some of the most important people in the print world. He stands at an average height, with long dreds, thick glasses, and a scar that runs from his mouth to his jaw bone. The man they chose was Bonsu Thompson.
Bonsu understands that he is looking at an uphill battle. In his first Editorial for The Source, he talks about being hesitant to take the job due to the stigma around the magazine. Hell, it’s not easy to be an Editor-In-Cheif these days. Print is considered to be a dying industry. You can read an entire cover story on JoeSchmoe.Wordpress.Com two weeks before the ‘zene comes out. You already know all of the people in the Unsigned Hype section, because that same blog has been posting their music for weeks. Technology is the wave of the future, and putting ink to paper just might be the way of the past. So, the task at hand isn’t just leading The Source back to prominence, it’s coming up while keeping the brand afloat.
In part one of our interview we discuss Bonsu’s come up. He tells us everything from the interesting story that landed him the job at Harris Pub, to learning from Scoop Jackson and Elliott Wilson. We then talk about what he learned helping XXL rise up over The Source, and how he can use that knowledge to help him out now that he has switched sides.
Singer/poet/musician/entrepeneur Jonathan Emile was in the hospital fighting for his life when he created his “Mind Peace Love” philosophy. Today, he runs Mindpeacelove Records when he’s not studying towards his philosophy degree. He appeared on the Grammy long-list in the ‘Rap Album of The Year’ category and ‘Jazz Album of The Year’ category as a member of the Franco Proietti Morph-Tet. The internet also has taken notice with over 200,000 fans online (Facebook, Youtube, Myspace, Twitter). The majority of all the money he makes goes to charities dealing with children and young adult / teen cancers. Here he presents his remix to Lupe Fiasco’s “Words I Never Said”, hot on the heels of his own smash single “Heroes”. View the “Heroes” video here.
SHOUTS TO TORAE WHO HOLDS IT DOWN EVERY WEEK ALONG WITH J57, AND CALI-DRE ON THE BOARDS……SHOUT TO PANCHI OF NYGz WHO CAME TO HELP ME WILD OUT WITH THE CREW…
AND AGAIN SHOUTS TO DJ ECLIPSE FOR LETTING ME HOLD IT DOWN ON HIS SHOW WHILE HE IS ON TOUR WITH HEAVY METAL KINGS (ILL BILL & VINNIE PAZ)….
OF COURSE THEY HAD TO BE IN BOSTON WHILE THE NEW YORK KNICKS WERE THERE LOSING GAME 1 ON THE PLAYOFFS BUT THAT’S OK….WE WERE NOT SLOUCHES BY ANY MEANS….AND CHECK OUT THE CALL IN FROM ECLIPSE WHERE I WAS ABLE TO SHOUT TO BOSTON LIVE AT THEIR CONCERT……