Sunday, February 28, 2010

Dillon: Cupid's Revenge Part V - "Space Pimpin"

Oh! This is DOPE!!!

In the 5th part of Dillon's "Cupid's Revenge: The Ain't Shit Suite" - Dillon takes to outer space - searching the nether regions of... women of the nether regions. Trekkies rejoice!

Dillon on the Words & Video.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child Trailer

Gotta peep this!!!

The trailer of the new documentary Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child. Directed by Tamra Davis, the documentary features never-before seen footage of the prolific artist painting, talking about his art, and existing in the two years prior to his death in 1988. The documentary was released February 21st.

VIDEO: The Grouch - Whatever I Say

Niccccccccccccccceee!!! I love videos with kids in it

Friday, February 26, 2010

Video: Curren$y & Stalley - Address


CURREN$Y + STALLEY: ADDRESS from Creative Control on Vimeo.

Video: Stussy’s J Dilla Documentary (Part 3)

This the last video of the 3 part series. Man, you gotta respect dilla after peeping all these joints out if you didn't before

Stussy - J Dilla Documentary Prt3 (of 3) from Stussy on Vimeo.

Make sure to check out Stussy’s website for the full feature on the man.

Thursday, February 25, 2010


Dope stuff right here. Click the name of the artwork to purchase from Dubelyoo


20in x 20in Giclees printed on Golden Gate Smooth Canvas.
Signed & numbered edition of 150

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Video: Stussy’s J Dilla Documentary (Part 2)

Dope stuff!!

part two to Stussy’s three part documentary on J Dilla’s life in Los Angeles. This installment focuses on his transition from Detroit to L.A. Part three, entitled “Donuts,” drops next Wednesday.

8 reasons you may be eating too much.

By Kathleen M. Zelman, MPH, RD, LD
WebMD Feature

You're stuffed after a big restaurant dinner -- but then the dessert cart rolls around, and you just have to order that gorgeous chocolate mousse. Or you're munching from a big bag of chips while checking emails, and when you look up, the bag is empty. Sound familiar?

Environmental factors -- like package size, portion size, the variety of food you're served, and the size of your plate -- can influence your eating more than you realize, experts say. Indeed, if we always ate only when we were really hungry and stopped when we were full, there would be no obesity epidemic.

The key, experts say, is to become more aware of these causes of overeating, which can help you resist the temptations and avoid weight gain.

"Once you become aware of the environmental cues that can sabotage your diet, you can react accordingly and make smart decisions," says nutrition expert Susan Moores, RD. Simple things such as bringing tempting snacks into your house, moving the candy jar at work out of sight, making fruits and vegetables more visible in your refrigerator, and eating more deliberately and slowly, can cut down on overeating and help you lose weight, Moores says.

Here are eight factors that can cause overeating and weight gain:

1. Sights, Sounds, and Smells
Overeating can be triggered by the alluring smell of bacon cooking, the sound of popcorn popping, advertisements for junk food, and so on. "You are influenced by your surroundings, and our studies show these kinds of cues result in eating more food," says Cornell University researcher Brian Wansink, PhD, author of Mindful Eating.

2. Distracted Eating
"Eating amnesia" is the act of almost unconsciously putting food in your mouth, usually from a big bag or bowl while sitting in front of the television, reading a book, checking emails, or during happy hour.

It's also easy not to register the tastes you take while cooking, or those last few bites from the kids' plates that you finish off.

Multi-tasking can lead to overeating because you're not paying attention to what you are eating. When you eat more mindfully, you really taste the food -- and are more likely to feel satisfied sooner. "Food should touch more of your senses to be satisfying, instead of just filling in the hole," Moores says.

3. Food, Food Everywhere
Everywhere you turn, there are opportunities to eat -- at drive-through restaurants, vending machines, even gas stations. And when food is in front of us, we tend to eat more of it, experts say.

Wansink and colleagues found that when candy was easily accessible on workers' desks, they ate an average of nine pieces a day, and didn't realize how many they ate. But when the candy was kept in their desk drawers, they ate about six pieces per day. And when they had to get up from their desks to reach the candy six feet away, they only ate four pieces.

Curb your instinct to overeat sweets and snacks by moving them out of sight -- and putting more healthful foods into plain view. Resist the urge to splurge on unhealthy foods by carrying your own healthy snacks.

4. Food that's Fast, Convenient, and Inexpensive
Fast-food restaurants on every corner offering inexpensive food also encourage us to eat more and more often. Combo meal deals sound like a bargain, but they are loaded with fat, sodium, and calories.

Also, "when you eat lots of fast food, it all starts to taste the same, and you can become satisfied with a small range of flavors and sometimes it is hard to get enough," says Moores.

To help yourself resist the temptation, work on developing a taste for the subtle, natural flavors of food, suggests Moores.

Dietitians recommend limiting visits to fast-food restaurants to once a week. And, they say, choose the healthier menu options -- like salads and grilled chicken sandwiches -- even if they cost a little more.

5. Portion Distortion
Our idea of a normal portion has become skewed, in part because so many restaurants serve oversized portions. "Giant portions seem to have evolved into the norm, and many people have trouble understand how much they should eat," Moores says.

To understand what a portion should look lie, pull out the measuring cups, and see how your portionsstack up against WebMD's Portion Size Plate tool or the standards from the U.S. government's web site.

Another answer to the portion dilemma is to eat more foods that are less calorically dense. These are foods that contain lots of water and fiber, but not many calories -- like fruits, vegetables, salads, and broth-based soups. Researcher Barbara Rolls, PhD, and colleagues at Penn State University found that it's possible to reduce calories without increasing hunger by eating more of these types of foods.

Mindful eating can help here, too. "Eat slowly, taste the food and become more in touch with what you are eating and how it tastes so you can enjoy it more and start to appreciate satisfaction with smaller portions," Moores says.

6. Giant-Size Packages
You'll find plenty of bargains on mega-sized packages at super-discount stores like Costco or Sam's. But unfortunately, experts say, these giant containers can affect us on an unconscious level and cause us to eat more. Researchers have found that when you eat from a large container, you are likely to consume 25% to 50% more than you would from a smaller package -- especially when you're eating snacks and sweets.

"First, try to get out of the habit of always eating something while you are sitting, relaxing, or watching television," says American Dietetic Association spokeswoman Tara Gidus, MS, RD. "Try a cup of tea, glass of water, or chew a piece of sugarless gum. If you want a snack, portion it out of the bag or container or buy smaller packages like the 100-calorie snack packs."

7. Not-So-Dainty Dishware
Researchers have found that we tend to eat more when we're served from larger containers. Wansink and colleagues found that when students were given food in larger bowls, they served themselves 53% more and consumed 56% more than those who used smaller bowls.

When you use smaller bowls, plates, spoons, and cups, you won't feel deprived because the food will look more plentiful, Wansink says. Daintier dishware and smaller utensils can also help slow your eating.

8. Too Much Variety
A buffet restaurant can be a dieter's nightmare. Too many choices encourages having a taste (or more) of everything, and before you know it, your plate runneth over. "Too much variety on your plate at one meal can often mean too much food overall," says Connie Diekman, MEd, RD, director of nutrition at Washington University and past president of the American Dietetic Association.

So use variety to help meet your nutritional needs, but concentrate on the right foods. Eating a variety of foods is great, as long as the foods are low in calories and rich in nutrients -- like fruits, beans, vegetables, broth soups, whole grains, and low-fat dairy.


The food is fantastic!!!!

Words by Taj Anwar- Jackson

International Council for Peace, Justice, and Empowerment Summit (2/26- Friday) and Hip Hop Summit- State of The Union (2/27- Saturday) will be held on the Morris Brown College campus in Atlanta, Georgia. Feed The People Catering will be on hand doing what we do best- Feed The People. Most seeds sown in support of FTP Catering will harvest for the community in the forms of feeding the homeless, workshops and extensive neighborhood outreach.

On The Menu:
Kale Salad
Black Eyed Pea Salad
Fried Chickn Tofu
BBQ Tofu
Stir Fried Un- Shrimp
Collard Greens
Vegan Macaroni & Cheese
Sweet Green Tea

Sides only $3
One Main Entree' w/ Sides & Bread $7
Main Entree only $5
Drinks $1.50

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Arablak - 'The Deed'


More Arablak music and news

Editing and Visual Effects: Ricky Thompson

Direction: Jayforce

Cinematography: Ty-vicious

Method Man, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon - Wu-Massacre Cover

You can always count on the Wu to come with some fly artwork for their project

Illustration by Chris Bachalo; and Art Direction and Graphic Design by Alex Haldi. Drops March 30th, pre-order now on Amazon

Stussy - J Dilla Documentary Prt 1 (of 3)

On Saturday Febuary 13th, 2010 to celebrate the life of brilliant hip hop producer and rapper James "J Dilla" Yancey, Stussy released a limited edition tee shirt produced in conjunction with Stones Throw and the Dilla Estate. For the release, Stussy is holding "Dilla Day" events at some of our North American stores. for more details.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Ski Beatz - 24 Hour Karate School (11min Trailer)


Createtress photography: dopest baby mama x jungle45 photoshoot

Honestly I know to many dope people. It works really well when you on your grizzly, because you become motivated by their actions when you get hit with one of them low points while trying to make them dreams become something really tangible. But this was a fly shoot that became a video surrounded by the real of the real people. We looking forward to working with next subject matter but the MaMa feel Good shoot with is labeled under classic. Peep the rest of pics right here READ 

Shouts to Taj, jasiatic, flux and elisha for whole dopeness

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Mama Feel Good: Jungle 45 Clothing

Jungle 45 presents The "Mama Feel Good" Collection featuring Taj(The Dopest baby Mama) and family. Showing the time and life of mama on her grind. Jungle 45 Clothing line represents the products of the concrete jungle so of course this would make sense. Also featured in the video Jasiatic, Elisha and Goldi Gold. Shot and directed by yours truley, C.Flux.Sing and Goldi Gold. For more info on Taj check: Jasiatic: Elisha: Goldi Gold: CFluxSing: TV- "Get it Poppin' Pasta"

Yo! impress somebody tonight with the "Gett it Poppin Pasta!!" And might get ish Poppin for real. Nicccceeee!!!!!

n this episode of TV - Dillon gets busy with a Doctored up version of Linguini Puttanesca w/ a Baby Spinach Salad finished w/ a homemade Lemon Vinaigrette.

Beats by Batsauce taken from
"Dillon - Cupid's Revenge: The Ain't Shit Suite"

Certified - Indoor Ten -


John Lodge and Certified skate the Indoor Ten at Bryant Park, NYC. Music by The Black Keys.

Erykah Badu - Jump Up In The Air (Stay There) (feat. Lil Wayne & Bilal)

You gotta love Badu fam!!!!!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

"Call Me" - Joell Ortiz feat. Novel

This some dope feel good ish right here


This is a track banger right here son!!!!!



The joint with the kid at the in. I love it!!!!

CURREN$Y - BOXING from Creative Control on Vimeo.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Janelle Monáe – Tightrope (feat. Big Boi)


DOWNLOAD: Janelle Monáe – Tightrope (feat. Big Boi)

Señor Kaos Automatic Classic Video at Journeys

heads getting autographs and ish!!! Hahahahaha! Do you fam. Yall see me on the tail in this video of the video. Hahaha No autograph though son. Hahahah

Journey's and other stores across the U.S. have been showing the Señor Kaos video for the song "Automatic Classic" recently. We took a trip to Journey's in Atlanta just to see what it looked like on the TV screen. Check it out...

Hughes Brothers Set to Direct Live-Action AKIRA Remake for Warner Brothers

This will be interesting

by Nicole Pedersen

While The Book of Eli is not yet the runaway blockbuster that Warner Brothers may have hoped for, the studio is apparently satisfied enough with the film’s directors to offer them a crack at one of the most prized scripts on the WB development slate. According to Vulture, The Hughes Brothers have been tapped to direct the live-action adaptation of the manga-turned-anime-classic, Akira. You know, the one with the killer bikes? and the creepy kid? and the, oh hell… TETSUUOOOOOOOOOOO!!

Back in September, we told you that, despite the long lag in actionable-Akira info, Warner Brothers was still moving forward with their live-action version of Katsuhiro Otomo’s beloved manga masterpiece and that Children of Men and Iron Man screenwriters Hank Ostby and Mark Fergus were working on adapting the screenplay. Joseph Gordon Levitt had been tied to the proposed feature for months along with Leonardo DiCaprio, whose Appian Way company is also producing Akira.

After seeing the Hughes Brothers take on the apocalypse in The Book of Eli, it is easy to see why the directing duo would be front-runners for the Akira gig. The story takes place in an urban metropolis ruled by anarchy; where gangs, corporations and the military all operate, more or less, without moral boundaries - safe to say that the concept falls well within the Hughes’s wheelhouse.

But for Akira fans, the Hughes news was not even the most notable piece of the Vulture article. The blog also reports that, out of respect for the source material, Warner Brothers and Appian plan to make two Akira features instead of just one! The six part manga series will apparently be told over two features, with the three books compromising part one.

Otomo himself ended up trimming hundreds of pages off of his own manga in order to hit a two hour run-time for the original Akira feature, so the two-picture plan promises to deliver much more of the mind-bending weirdness that made Akira such a phenomenon 20 years ago. It’s either really great news or a terrible idea - depending on how you feel about Akira.

Neither the manga nor the anime are known for being particularly accessible or easy to follow - aside from those bike chases. A longer film could help make the whole Akira-verse more comprehensible which, trust me, would be a definite plus. One big negative, however, is that audiences may not care about an over-long adaptation of this anime - classic status notwithstanding.

The truth is that many people who are familiar with Akira have never actually watched the film. In this case stretching the story into two parts may be counting on an appreciation for source faithfulness that that does not yet exist. Overdosing on the details is risky. Just ask the Watchmen.

Bobby Creekwater-Dear Ghetto

aight, this dope. i phux with the lyrics and visuals with this joint

Music video for "Dear Ghetto" from Bobby Creekwater's "Back to Briefcase 2 - The B Side" that drops on March 4, 2010.

Cypress Hill - It Ain't Nothin'

Man, I played this video and got caught off guard by the sound. Oh! This ish is dope!!!!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Massive Attack's "Splitting The Atom" video

I phux with this

Massive Attack-Splitting the Atom-directed by Edouard Salier from edouard salier on Vimeo.

The debut clip from Massive Attack's "Splitting The Atom" directed by Edouard Salier,from their upcoming Heligoland, out Feb. 9th

Don Cannon & Curren$y – Smokee Robinson [Mixtape]

01. Jordan 3’s
02. SMASH On O’Leary
03. Reset
04. Bout It
05. Fat Raps (feat. Chip Tha Ripper & Big Sean)
06. Racing Stripes (feat. Dom Kennedy)
07. 17.5 Cannons
08. The Candy Lady’s Crib…
09. Yet Another Story…
10. I Don’t Fucks With Them (feat. Nipsey Hussle & Wiz Khalifa)
11. Monte Carlo Music
12. Real Muh Fuggin Jets
13. Lemon Kush
14. 187 On A Beat
15. Damier Doobies
16. Mazaltov
17. Invincible Jets
18. Count My Money (High Talk)
19. Audio Dope
20. Life Under The Scope
21. Stay Up
22. Vision…
DOWNLOAD: Don Cannon & Curren$y – Smokee Robinson [Mixtape]

Dillon - "Cupid's Revenge: The Ain't Shit Suite" Trailer

Yo! I luv it!!! Dillon is a wild dude yo!!!

Teaser for latest Dillon project, produced by Batsauce. FREE DOWNLOAD ON VALENTINE'S DAY! -on

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Friday, February 5, 2010

Top 5 Dead or Alive "The Show" 2010 Predictions Pt II

yea!! All my peoples are dope!!!

Top 5 Dead or Alive "The Show" 2010 Predictions Pt II from Evereese Hamilton on Vimeo.

by Evereese Hamilton

Here's another 1 !!!!!!!!!! Yo, check out my man Snub Zero from The 5ive and Event planner extraordinaire Kimberly Stewart give their top 5 for 2010. They both have very solid picks so enjoy and holla at ya boy if you would like to be apart of the show!!! Peace!!!!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Gil Scott-Heron – I’m New Here [Album Stream]

I’m New Here album is due out February 8th, Gil Scott-Heron put up the whole album for stream on his site a few days early for people to preview

DOWNLOAD: Boog Brown: Grind Season Vol 1

Download this first then comeback and read it because you've been waiting for this for a minute

words by

Newly signed Mello Music artist Boog Brown and producer Apollo Brown join forces to form UPS with their forthcoming album The Brown Study LP, due for release in the summer of 2010. In anticipation of their debut Boog Brown is releasing a mixtape entitled The Grind Season Vol. 1.

The Brown Study LP will be the debut release from UPS, comprising Atlanta-based emcee Boog Brown and hip-hop producer Apollo Brown. Recently signed to Mello Music Group, the two artists joined forces to create an album that Boog describes as “the most vulnerable” she has ever been musically. Due for release in the summer of 2010, The Brown Study LP will showcase the truth, confidence, style, and strong sense of hip-hop integrity that UPS represent.

In anticipation of the UPS album, Boog Brown entices fans with a taste of things to come on her latest mixtape The Grind Season Vol. 1. A collection of music from the Atlanta-based artist, this latest project features production from Illastrate, Lex Boogie, 14KT and appearances from staHHr, Fluxwonda of Binkis Recs, and Mojo Swagger. “Grind Season is a state of being,” says Boog on the meaning behind the mixtape’s title. “Every day you must grind for your vision. Mine is making honest music.” Tracks on the mixtape, including “Grind Season,” “Anymode,” and “The Essence” serve as perfect examples of Boog’s smooth flow and propensity for delivering strong rhymes over laid-back beats. It’s all the reassurance you need that, as Boog herself says, “The Boys Club is non-existent to me.”

DOWNLOAD: Boog Brown: Grind Season Vol 1

Video: Sade - Making of The Album [Soldier of Love]

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

12 Health Risks of Chronic Heavy Drinking

no the ledge!!!

Health Risks of Alcohol: 12 Health Problems Associated with Chronic Heavy Drinking
By David Freeman
WebMD Feature

It's no secret that alcohol consumption can cause major health problems, including cirrhosis of the liver and injuries sustained in automobile accidents. But if you think liver disease and car crashes are the only health risks posed by drinking, think again: Researchers have linked alcohol consumption to more than 60 diseases.

"Alcohol does all kinds of things in the body, and we're not fully aware of all its effects," says James C. Garbutt, MD, professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and a researcher at the university's Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies. "It's a pretty complicated little molecule."

Here are 12 conditions linked to chronic heavy drinking.

Heavy drinking can cause the number of oxygen-carrying red blood cells to be abnormally low. This condition, known as anemia, can trigger a host of symptoms, including fatigue, shortness of breath, and lightheadedness.

"Habitual drinking increases the risk of cancer," says Jurgen Rehm, PhD, chairman of the University of Toronto's department of addiction policy and a senior scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, also in Toronto. Scientists believe the increased risk comes when the body converts alcohol into acetaldehyde, a potent carcinogen. Cancer sites linked to alcohol use include the mouth, pharynx (throat), larynx (voice box), esophagus, liver, breast, and colorectal region. Cancer risk rises even higher in heavy drinkers who also use tobacco.

Cardiovascular disease
Heavy drinking, especially bingeing, makes platelets more likely to clump together into blood clots, which can lead to heart attack or stroke. In a landmark study published in 2005, Harvard researchers found that binge drinking doubled the risk of death among people who initially survived a heart attack.

Heavy drinking can also cause cardiomyopathy, a potentially deadly condition in which the heart muscle weakens and eventually fails, as well as the heart rhythm abnormalities atrial and ventricular fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation, in which the heart's upper chambers (atria) twitch chaotically rather than constrict rhythmically, can cause blood clots that can trigger a stroke. Ventricular fibrillation causes chaotic twitching in the heart's main pumping chambers (ventricles). It causes rapid loss of consciousness and, in the absence of immediate treatment, sudden death.

Alcohol is toxic to liver cells, and many heavy drinkers develop cirrhosis, a sometimes-lethal condition in which the liver is so heavily scarred that it is unable to function. But it's hard to predict which drinkers will develop cirrhosis. "Some people who drink huge amounts never get cirrhosis, and some who don't drink very much do get it," Saitz says. For some unknown reason, women seem to be especially vulnerable.

As people age, their brains shrink, on average, at a rate of about 1.9% per decade. That's considered normal. But heavy drinking speeds the shrinkage of certain key regions in the brain, resulting in memory loss and other symptoms of dementia.

Heavy drinking can also lead to subtle but potentially debilitating deficits in the ability to plain, make judgments, solve problems, and other aspects of "executive function," which are "the higher-order abilities that allow us to maximize our function as human beings," Garbutt says.

In addition to the "nonspecific" dementia that stems from brain atrophy, heavy drinking can cause nutritional deficiencies so severe that they trigger other forms of dementia.

It's long been known that heavy drinking often goes hand in hand with depression, but there has been debate about which came first -- the drinking or the depression. One theory is that depressed people turned to alcohol in an attempt to "self-medicate" to ease their emotional pain. But earlier this year, a large study from New Zealand showed that it was probably the other way around -- that is, heavy drinking led to depression.

Research has also shown that depression goes away when heavy drinkers go on the wagon, Saitz says.

Heavy drinking can cause epilepsy and can trigger seizures even in people who don't have epilepsy. It can also interfere with the action of the medications used to treat the disorder.

A painful condition, gout is caused by the formation of uric acid crystals in the joints. Although some cases are largely hereditary, alcohol and other dietary factors seem to play a role. Alcohol also seems to aggravate existing cases of gout.

High blood pressure
Alcohol can disrupt the sympathetic nervous system, which, among other things, controls the constriction and dilation of blood vessels in response to stress, temperature, exertion, etc. Heavy drinking -- and bingeing, in particular -- can cause blood pressure to rise. Over time, this effect can become chronic. High blood pressure can lead to many other health problems, including kidney disease, heart disease, and stroke.

Infectious disease
Heavy drinking suppresses the immune system, providing a toehold for infections, including tuberculosis, pneumonia, HIV/AIDS, and other sexually transmitted diseases (including some that cause infertility). People who drink heavily also are more likely to engage in risky sex. "Heavy drinking is associated with a three-fold increase in the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease," Rehmn says.

Nerve damage
Heavy drinking can cause a form of nerve damage known as alcoholic neuropathy, which can produce a painful pins-and-needles feeling in the extremities, as well as muscle weakness, incontinence, constipation, erectile dysfunction, and other problems. Alcoholic neuropathy may arise because alcohol is toxic to nerve cells, or because nutritional deficiencies attributable to heavy drinking compromise nerve function.

In addition to causing stomach irritation (gastritis), drinking can inflame the pancreas. Chronic pancreatitis interferes with the digestive process, causing abdominal pain and persistent diarrhea --and "it's not fixable," Saitz says. Some cases of chronic pancreatitis are triggered by gallstones, but up to 60% stem from alcohol consumption.

Count Bass D and DJ Pocket Feat. Little Clayway-Start to Finish

These cats ain't playing yo! They dropped 2 online albums last month and this like their 3rd or 4th video for the latest joint

Count Bass D and DJ Pocket Feat. Little Clayway-Start to Finish Official Video from the LP Hartsfield JAXson

Sony Pictures to lay off 450 as DVD sales fall (AP)

Yea, they losing crazy money. Wow!

LOS ANGELES - Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., the studio behind the "Spider-Man" movie franchise, is laying off about 450 people and eliminating 100 open positions to cope with declining DVD sales.

The layoffs represent about a 6.5 percent reduction in the 6,800-strong work force at Sony Pictures, which released the Michael Jackson documentary "This Is It" and cataclysmic "2012" late last year. The studio also recently pushed back the release of "Spider-Man 4" by a year until 2012.

Most of the cuts at the studio, which is based in Culver City, will occur by the first week of March and will be in the home entertainment and information-technology units in the United States.

It's the second time in a year for the subsidiary of Japan's Sony Corp. to cut back.

Last March, it laid off nearly 250 people and eliminated nearly 100 open positions. That followed a move in October 2008 to reduce overtime, travel and executive benefits.

Staff were told of the latest cuts in a memo Monday and through videos by the studio co-chairs on an employee Web site.

"Our industry is affected by two things: It's affected by the economy, of course, and it's affected by technology," co-chair Amy Pascal says in the video. "Over the last two years, it's changed people's DVD buying habits, which has had a huge effect on our company and the industry at large."

The home video market is crucial for studios because that is where they recoup much of the cost of producing movies. Yet the market has been sagging as people refrain from adding to their already well-stocked home collections and turn to rentals, which are far less profitable for Hollywood.

U.S. home video revenue fell 5 percent in 2009 to $20 billion, according to the Digital Entertainment Group, an industry association of studios and electronics firms.

DVD rental and purchase revenues dropped 11 percent to $16.4 billion, the group said. That overwhelmed a 67 percent gain in Blu-ray disc spending to $1.5 billion and a 31 percent gain in online and video-on-demand revenues to $2.1 billion.

Sony Pictures posted a quarterly operating loss of 6.4 billion yen ($71 million) in the three months to Sept. 30, while Sony Corp. as a whole is forecasting a 95 billion yen ($1 billion) loss in the year to March.


You know you gotta have some dope music for your artistic pleasure. So here it is. i phux with the title and cover!!

Click here to download

1. Ci’iy Life Feat. Tranqill 01:55
2. Frostbit 01:28
3. Winds From The North 01:36
4. Black Broadway Feat. X.O 03:38
5. Brain Wash Remix Instrumental 03:29
6. Riiight Feat. Stik Figa 03:04
7. Carry On Instrumental 01:03
8. The Warm Up Feat. Homeboy Sandman 02:39
9. Queue With No Coat 03:16
10. 60901 Instrumental 01:52
11. All Because She’s Gone Instrumental 03:51
12. It’s Over Feat. Tranqill 01:41
13. Blizzard Of 09 03:23


Jumps off tonight. YEA!!!!!!

Monday, February 1, 2010