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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

OTIS {JOB review}

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"luxury rap: the Hermes of verses,
I write my curses in cursive"
-Kanye
-My favorite line




H.A.M dropped and we were excited/interested/disappointed yet above all we were confused.  Where was 'Watch The Throne' going to go?  What will the overarching theme be?  After the abstract and dark 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy', where will Kanye focus his production?


Tonight, we were blessed with another piece of this puzzle.  Well, sort of.  As the saying goes, "the more we learn, the less we know".  In any manner, I will take you through my thoughts on the album from the clues presented in the song "Otis"


Sorry to disappoint, but I won't make much more than the title, 'Otis'.  It refers to Otis Redding, the "King of Soul".  And by naming the song "Otis", Kanye is declaring himself the "King of Soul Sampling" or maybe even the "King of Sampling". The record starts out with an old Otis Redding song, and eventually the part that gets sampled starts repeating and transforming into a hip-hop beat.  Kanye is arrogantly (Kanye being arrogant... hard to believe) yet very clearly demonstrating how the sample came to be.  He is saying to all of us listeners... this is how to sample a song, I will show you. I will even name the song after the original artist so everyone can easily understand.  In a sense, Kanye is treating us like children.  Image: Kanye with a group of young students teaching them to read... "now sound it out billy...."


In many ways, this beat is the opposite of the now-trending Lex Luger in your face banger.  It doesnt clap much, not much heavy bass or big drums.  Its simply the sample. Kanye wants us to realize and appreciate the essence of what made him popular and innovative in the first place; His soulful sampling. And where better to do it than on a song with Jay-Z, because Jay was the one who gave Kanye a chance and made him famous.


Way back when ('The Blueprint', 2001), Kanye made a few beats for Jay, namely H to the IZZO (he also made 'Takeover' 'Heart of the City' and my personal favorite on the album, 'Never Change').  These songs infused Jay-Z's talent, business-smarts and popularity with Kanye's rugged soul and artistic culture.  In my opinion, this album, and these songs, are what first vaulted Jay into legendary status.  The Kanye and Jay tag-team made hip-hop into a whole new monster.  This monster has a good foundation with its thick, strong, soulful nature yet still possesses a shiny, mainstream appearance.  Think: Roberto Garza's lower body and Sloan (from entourage)'s upper body and face.


So back to 'Otis' and "Watch The Throne".  This isnt technically a single and it cannot possibly get that much radio play to hype up the album before its nearing release date.  So, the most anticipated project this year will have no real singles or radio play before it abruptly drops August 2nd? Yes.  Kanye and Jay certainly don't need any superficial hype.  More importantly, they don't want it.  This album will not be about money, fame, critics or radio play.  It will be a gritty and at times arrogant display of what makes Kanye and Jay so great.  And if they do a good job at it, the album should loft them even higher into the realms of hip-hop legends.


Or, they are making whatever makes them happy and I'm thinking too much into it.  Maybe if I were to ask Kanye why he made this album he would take a few minutes to think.  He'd then do his famous Kanye Shrug and yell, "cuz I can BITCHHHHH".


-JOBeezy

Monday, July 18, 2011

turntable.fm



So if you haven't used it yet, you should. Turntable.fm is accessible through facebook and a tight way to learn more new music. It is the aspiring music business person's dream come true. It's free, so check it out.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Lil Wayne - "Sorry 4 the wait" mixtape {JOB Review}


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Wayne is the undisputed King of the mixtape. He took time off after the critically acclaimed "Tha Carter II" to change the game, and the medium was an array of innovative pilot mixtapes with crazy flows and interesting wordplay. In my humble opinion he revived hip-hop (after Nas prematurely pronounced it dead) and created so much buzz that he sold over 1 million copies in his debut week of "Tha Carter III"... which is unheard of in today's age.

So, fittingly, Wayne drops off this tape with "Tha Carter IV" on deck Aug.29. Is he still the King? Does it compare to Da Drought 3 or any of the Dedication series? Let me first unequivocally exclaim, No, on all accounts.

In loose terms, the mixtape is a poorman's No Ceilings. He raps exclusively over popular beats as if he drunkedly and highedly and codeine syrupedly closed his eyes and played pin the tail on the billboard top 25. He keeps his flows similar to the original artists' and honestly doesn't do them justice in most cases. What made this acceptable on No Ceilings was the punchlines and delivery that no one in the rap game could come close to touching. I didnt expect a whole lot from this mixtape or any (except for J.Cole), but at least I assumed Wayne would kill the lyrics. He doesn't. At his worst: "my house is a hoe house" "drink like a goldfish" "kidnap the baby and the babysitter" "flag red like bruises" and the countless amount of times he mentions he is the dope dealer.

There are definitely bright spots, namely 'Sure Thing' where he takes a heavy r&b ballad from Miguel and transforms it into a catchy, emotional song. My favorite song on the tape is its title track, where he raps over the now-famous Adele - Rolling in the Deep. Rapping over this beat was a great choice; the song is very powerful and catchy, yet doesnt appeal to rap due to it's female country vocals. The song builds and Wayne follows the beat getting energetic and fast-paced. I think this song also is his best lyrically ("this shit is magic, Stan Van Gundy" "hard like cialis").

With the bright spots, Wayne proves he is still partially Wayne, yet has he fallen off? He has recently said that he himself doesn't believe he is 'the best rapper alive' anymore. He also said that he might retire very soon.... Is his passion (which made him so great) gone? "Dear Anne" brought a refreshing perspective to an eerily catchy Swizz Beatz production. Still this song won't be on the album because he said it was out-dated. Personally, I think Wayne is trying to re-invent himself with many new hungry artists on their way. He needs to figure out where he wants to go. I dont know if Wayne can keep up lyrically with Cole and Drake, or creativly with Kanye and B.o.B. He needs to tap into his quirky, gangsta insanity swagger and put it together for "Tha Carter IV". His fans span all ages and genres, so expectations are high.

I love Wayne and appreciate how much he has added to hip-hop. It would be a shame for him to create a trend after a sub-par release of "Sorry 4 The Wait".

-JOBeezY

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Pretty Lights - I Know The Truth


If you haven't caught on to this guy yet from my earlier posts or just in general you might as well go throw yourself off a bridge. Dude is the truth.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

mc DJ - chitown (Remix of Sufjan Stevens'Chicago)



This Childish Gambino is really playing over and over in my mind. Kinda embodies me. Prob really chill to hang with.... yea but check this song he mixed a while back that I heard today. Pretty smooth

CCity

Monday, February 7, 2011

sorry bombers...

the blog must be put on hold for a limited time. i will let you know when we will be back in action. good things come to those who wait.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

image of the day


old school nike x the best RB ever? all day.

radio stuff


the only reason i post this is because i truly believe that it will blow up at a radio station near you. dont yet know how i feel about this far east movement, they got a little skill at least (not at rapping tho)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

remix

this is the official remix to roman's revenge. for the sake of my sanity, i have only included waynes verse (sorry nicki fans). now someone just has to put em and waynes versions together....
Roman's Revenge (Verse) by jobeezy100

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

game time

unreleased track that was supposed to be titled ONE BLOOD, until he made the actual one blood song.  prod: dr. dre.
One Blood (Original Version) by jobeezy100

next lupe single (teaser)

we get a snippet of what the beat (produced by alex da kid) will be like. sounds and looks outstanding, cannot wait. due out feb 1st. lupe>>>>

Friday, January 14, 2011

BRRR!!!

What would you do to celebrate your emancipation from a mental hospital???
Well if you are Gucci Mane you get some fresh ink!
Gucci declared himself mentally incompetent after being arrested for driving on the wrong side of the road in early November. Fresh out the mental asylum at 2 in the afternoon, completely sober, he requests a fresh new tattoo. So to join his face tattoos of tear drops of fallen homies and this "Brick Squad" forehead tat he gets 3 scoops of ice cream with bolts shooting out and "Brrr" on the cone.

Talk about a brain freeze.... Brr!!!

Thank me later,
"G"




Tuesday, January 11, 2011

MURS - Varsity Blues 2



Most.Underrated.Rap.Star. comes out with this hot track here. Love this dude and always glad to hear him comin out with new tracks.

*Note: Not the actual meaning of Murs.

HAM

the song is way different than i thought, but its crazy like i thought.  produced by one of the best young guys out there, lex luger.  kanye's verse is ehhh but jay killz it. H.A.M. by jobeezy100

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Fabolous - You Be Killin' Em [Official Music Video]

Upcomin Chi Town Rapper - J Grigdes



If his upcoming mixtape with DJ Ill Will is ANYTHING like this lil preview, damn. That is going to be one hot mixtape. Look for the mixtape this month.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Kanye track for Snoop? [update]

Word is that this is for snoop's next release.... idk bout that, doesnt sound like snoop at all but you never kno. I would love to see big sean or pusha on this track instead of snoop. John Legend will be on the final as well. Sorry for the heavy tagging, but this is tight nonetheless.
Kanye West - Eyes Closed by jobeezy100
UPDATE: soundcloud keeps jockin me so here goes the tagless version off of limelinx. STREAM AND DOWNLOAD

Good Morning Bombers....



Its CCity making a humble post because Ive been away so long. Just a new track I listened to, that Im actually no all that sure about. I love both of these artists especially on Aston Martin, but this is a completely different direction. CHECK IT OUT! It definetly has potential though! Shoutout to everyone who continues to show love for Kind Bombs, we all love you back no question.
CCity

Rick Ross ft. Drake- Made Men

Monday, January 3, 2011

Look at me Now

"Look at me Now... I'm fresher than a maf*cka"
Not gonna lie, I love the beat but the track starts off real weird and I didn't think i'd like it. Chris Brown speed raps which I don't think is for him, but I'm sure the mastered version on his F.A.M.E. cd will have him singin more throughout the song.
Busta does his thing, and Wayne once again delivers and is on a hot streak since being released.
Enjoy. "I'm done"

Thank me later,

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Wiz Khalifa

I love Wiz. He has been around the internet for so long, and has really dominated the mixtape game. He isnt the best lyricist but his flow and persona are incredible. Oh by the way "black n yellow" went platinum the other day. Hopefully he can get a studio album with some well known producers and some success unlike his 1st album. This song was a snippet on an old mixtape that finally got finished. 07 Teach U To Fly by jobeezy100

Saturday, January 1, 2011

DJ Earworm - United State of Pop (2010 Mash-up)


DJ Earworm puts out an annual compilation mash-up of the year's Top 25 songs according to Billboard. Most people are familiar with last year's 2009 "Blame it on the Pop", this year he put out "Don't stop the Pop".

I think the song pales in comparison to last year's track but granted this year had a wide variety in the Top 25 that I could see being very difficult to mash into a stellar song.

Either way HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! and I wish all the KindBomb followers an even better year than last.

Thank me later,
"G"

Celeb Look-a-Like Saturday

Recording artist, producer, musician and fashion designer, Pharrell Williams, and ex-drug dealer who was arrested 15 times before the age of 15, James "Caron" Butler.

I don't know whats more suspect, Caron Butler's criminal record or Pharrell's wardrobe.

Thank me later,
"G"


RIP Proof

ive been waiting for years for a proper Proof tribute, havent had a chance to really listen to this yet. i caught word that its incomplete. em>>>
Eminem - Difficult (Proof Tribute) (Www.HipHop809.NeT) by jobeezy100