Friday, July 30, 2010

Planet Asia Feat. TriState "Trouble" (Official Video)

Lyrics!!!!!!! The back forth work on this is CRAZY!!!!!!!

The official video for "Trouble" Feat. TriState off Planet Asia's solo album "Black Belt Theatre" Coming Soon... Video shot & directed by 'V' for PyramidWest in the historical jazz district of Kansas City.Track produced by Josh The Goon "Stay Linked"

Skyzoo feat. !llmind - "Frisbees"

I can dig it!!

Video: Blitz the Ambassador "Something To Believe"

Dope, dope, dope!!!!!!!!!

Something to Believe • Blitz the Ambassador from MVMT on Vimeo.

Ghana's Blitz the Ambassador brand new video for "Something To Believe." Directed by Terrence Nance, this video captures the detachment we struggle with when thinking about the world's large, overwhelming issues. "It's hard to think about all the problems in the world without getting a little overwhelmed. So, a lot of times we just ignore things. I think Africa has suffered a lot because people choose to remain ignorant, rather than address the issues that are right in front of our faces," Blitz said.
 Blitz's latest effort, Stereotype, is in stores now.

Just Dizle - Best Of Redman (Whut The Mix)

108 tracks. 2hours and 30mins of Reggie noble. Oh yes!!!!

DOWNLOAD: Just Dizle – Best Of Redman (Whut The Mix)


1.City Lights
2.Beet Drop
3.Soopaman Lova 4
5.Sooperman Luva II
6.Hold Dis Blaow
7.I’m Dope Nigga
8.Jersey Yo!
10.Dis Iz 4 All My Smokers
11.Green Island
12.My Zone
13.Rap Phenomenon
14.Lost One Freestyle
15.Smoke Buddah
17.Da Bump
18.Lose My Cool
19.Greedy Bitches
20.Flipmode Squads meets Def Squad
21.Keep On 99
22.Cosmic Slop
23.Gimmie One
24.Whateva Man
26.Gilla House Bounce
27.This Is It (Showoff Remix)
29.Iz He 4 Real
30.You Do, I Do
31.Buck Buck
32.Diggy Doc
33.Me And Those Dreamy Eyes Of Mine
34.Can U Dig It
35.Check’N'Me Out
36.Throw Your Hands In The Air
37.Freak Out
38.Down South Funk
39.Da Ill Out
41.Rockafella (Remix)
43.Beast From The East
45.Tonight’s Da Night
46.Maad Crew
47.Da Da Dahhh
48.Soopaman Luva 3
49.Get It Live
51.Tonite’s Tha Night (Kris Kross Redman Remix)
52.A Million and One Buddah Spots
53.Open Fire
54.Do The Damn Thing
56.I Don’t Kare
57.Real Niggaz
58.Breaker 1, Breaker 2
59.The Points
60.Rush The Security
61.Do What Ya Feel
62.How To Roll A Blunt
64.It’s Like That (My Big Brother)
65.Big Dogs
66.How’s That
67.A Day Of Sooperman Lover
68.Street Hop
69.U Ain’t Nobody
70.Well All Rite Cha
71.Muh Fucka
72.Coc Back
73.Pick It Up
74.How High (Original/Remix)
75.What U Lookin 4
76.On Fire
77.Brick City Mashin’
78.Simon Says (Remix)
79.Can’t Wait
80.Jam 4 U
82.Steppin’ It Up
83.Watch Yo Nuggets
84.Dangerous Mcees
85.Symphony 2000
88.4 3 2 1
89.How You Want It
90.Blow Your Mind
91.Gilla House Check
92.Rap Scholar
94.5 Boroughs
95.Lookin Fly
97.I’ll Bee Dat!
98.Da Rockwilder
99.Rater “R”
100.Walk In Gutta
102.Hey Zulu
103.Let Da Monkey Out
104.Time 4 Sum Aksion (Remix)
105.Cereal Killer
106.So Ruff
107.Smash Sumthin’
108.Da Goodness

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

New York City settles for $7.15M in Sean Bell police shooting

BY John Marzulli and Bill Hutchinson
Daily News Staff Writers

The city agreed Tuesday to pay more than $7 million to settle a wrongful death civil suit lodged by the fiancée and pals of Sean Bell, the unarmed black groom gunned down by cops on his wedding day, sources said.

The settlement, approved by a Brooklyn federal magistrate, ends a four-year legal battle by tragic would-be bride Nicole Paultre Bell and two men wounded in a 50-shot barrage that claimed her lover's life.

Under the agreement, the city will pay $3.25 million to Sean Bell's family estate, which is controlled by Paultre Bell. Bell's pals Joseph Guzman, 35, who was shot 11 times in the incident, will receive $3 million and Trent Benefield, 27, who was shot three times, will be granted $900,000.

"I believe the settlement is fair," said Paultre Bell, the mother of Bell's two daughters, Jada, 7, and Jordyn, 4. "No amount of money can provide closure for losing Sean. I don't think there will ever be closure."

"What's important is my fight doesn't end now," she said, vowing to continue to push state legislatures to pass a package of laws to reform the Civilian Complaint Review Board, require drug testing when cops fire their guns and ban arrest quotas.

Guzman said he is still suffering from the shooting that fueled minority concerns that cops are too quick on the draw in their neighborhoods.

"I got a metal rod in my leg. I have four bullets still in me," he said, standing in front of Brooklyn Federal Court with Paultre Bell and their lawyer Sanford Rubenstein. "I don't think a black or Hispanic man's life means much in this city. It will happen again."

Guzman and Benefield, who is black, were in a car with Bell when undercover cops opened fire on them outside the Club Kalua strip club in Queens on Nov. 25, 2006, hours before Bell was to get married.

Detectives Michael Oliver, Marc Cooper and Gescard Isnora were all acquitted in a 2008 trial of manslaughter and reckless endangerment charges stemming from the Bell shooting. The cops fired on Bell's lurching car after mistakenly believing someone inside had a gun and fearing that Bell was trying to run them down.

The U.S. Attorney in Brooklyn declined to prosecute the cops for civil rights violations.

The NYPD still has yet to decide whether to discipline a total of five officers involved in the shooting.

City Corporation Counsel Michael Cardozo said he hoped the agreement will bring a "measure of closure" to all parties involved.

"The Sean Bell shooting highlighted the complexities our dedicated officers must face each day," he said. "The city regrets the loss of life in this tragic case, and we share our deepest condolences with the Bell family."

Federal Magistrate Roanne Mann signed off on the settlement during a marathon closed-door meeting with lawyers for the city, Paultre Bell and the two shooting survivors.

Detectives union President Michael Palladino called the settlement "an absolute joke."

"The police were there doing their lawful duty. Bell was intoxicated and tried to run them over," Palladino said. "The taxpayers are now on the hook for $7 million. There's something seriously wrong with that picture."

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Ice Cube – Drink The Kool-Aid

Yo! The veteran show the youngins how to make a gangsta track. CRAZZZZZZYYYYY!!!!

DOWNLOAD: Ice Cube – Drink The Kool-Aid

AHMAD- "Nig Can't Tell Me Nunt"

Saw this in the land of Ghetto Manga. This video have been getting crazy play since

Sunday, July 25, 2010

(NEW) Lauryn Hill - Repercussions

New, unreleased or Unheard. The people want to hear it!!!

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Lupe Fiasco's-BMF VERSION

This is pretty crucial!!

Listen: Lupe Fiasco's-BMF

live ya life - POWERMOVE feat. Dominique lilley

great way to start your saturday morning!!

"Live ya Life" Live your Life" - from THE PEACE TREATY- powermove/m2 ent. - promo video prod. by GPI Films
Beat by: DAX - feat: viva fidel, king tone & dominique lilley

Friday, July 23, 2010

Video: Mos Def – “As-Salaam-Alaikum” & “Wahid” (Live @ Streets 2010)

This some dope visuals of the mighty mos def at the Streets 2010 Urban International Festival at Marquette Park in Chicago last month. Footage shout by Slumbilical Chord

Takin' it to the Streets 2010! from sean fahey on Vimeo.

Video: How To Rap - Vast Aire Speaks Older MCs Vs. Today's MCs

Excerpts from this book right here: Paul Edwards'How to Rap: The Art & Science of the Hip-Hop MC is out now.

Kaimbr ft. Roddy Rod and Hassan Mackey – Army Fatigue Rap (Prod. by Kev Brown)

If you still screaming hip hop is dead. Shame on you because this joint is SICK!!!!

MC Kaimbr and producer Kev Brown are releasing their new collaborative effort, The Alexander Green Project digitally.

Download: Kaimbr ft. Roddy Rod and Hassan Mackey – Army Fatigue Rap (Prod. by Kev Brown)

Video: Rah Digga – This Aint No Lil’ Kid Rap

Take note likkle ones. The album drops September 14th.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Ski Beatz - Cream Of The Planet (feat. Mos Def)

Mos def in your area!!!!! Ski Beatz's highly-anticipated 24 Hour Karate School is now dropping September 7th.Directed by Creative Control.

White House, USDA chief apologize to Sherrod, offers her job

Rushed judgement is never good. smh

By Bob Keefe
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

WASHINGTON -- White House officials repeatedly apologized to fired Georgia USDA official Shirley Sherrod and the USDA offered her a new job, but the former state director of rural development is still considering returning to the agency that improperly fired her in an incident that stoked racial tensions in Washington and nationwide.

USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack told reporters late Wednesday that he called Sherrod to apologize and "to make sure she understood I regretted the circumstances and that I accepted full responsibility for them."

Vilsack said Sherrod wanted to think about accepting the job, which is different than her former post as state director of rural development in Georgia.

The apology and job offer came after White House spokesman Robert Gibbs apologized publicly to Sherrod for her improper firing, calling it a "disservice" and an "injustice" and acknowledging the USDA and the White House made an embarrassing mistake.

Sherrod, who is African-American, resigned under pressure on Monday night after videotaped comments she made at a local NAACP banquet surfaced on a conservative Web site and quickly spread to cable and broadcast news outlets. On the tape, Sherrod says that she didn't give a white farming couple, Eloise and Roger Spooner, "the full force" of her help.

Sherrod told the AJC and other news outlets that the video was edited to misrepresent the point of her story, which was that the incident had helped her move beyond race. In an interview with the AJC, Eloise Spooner praised Sherrod, criticized her firing and has said Sherrod helped her family keep their farm.

Wednesday, Gibbs called the incident "a teachable moment," adding that the decision to fire someone based on a 2 1/2 minute clip of a 40-minute speech that was posted by a Web site pundit was "a disservice."

"I think clearly that a lot of people involved in this situation ... acted without the facts," Gibbs said, suggesting that it wasn't just the White House and the USDA that were at fault, but also the media and conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart, who originally posted the clip to insinuate that some Obama adminstration members were racists.

Gibbs also clarified that President Barack Obama was briefed on Sherrod's firing late Tuesday morning, and was briefed again on the situation Wednesday. But he denied the president or anyone else at the White House was directly involved with her firing.

Once the White House and the USDA realized Sherrod's firing was not warranted, the USDA launched a review that culminated with Vilsack's offer to her late Wednesday afternoon.

"Obviously new information came to light and that's why a review is being undertaken," Gibbs said.

"A disservice was done, for which we apologize," he said.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Roots - "The Fire" Trailer

This video is looking real crisp. another cd i still have to cop. shame on me

Jasiri X Responds to Critics of "What if the Tea Party Was Black?"

You blind baby. Your blind to the fact of who you are-Flavor Flav

Jasiri X is officially responding to the critics of "What if the Tea Party was Black?" addressing issues regarding media bias, perceived use of the race card, and a special message to Black Tea Party members.


Do your self that favor!!!!

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Monday, July 19, 2010

Billy Drease Williams - Just Doin' It [Official Music Video]

Representing buffalo new york tough!!!

Director Dominic Luongo: "The major concept behind the "Just Doin' It" video was just that, collecting a group of people who are just doin' it and put them on screen with one of the main figures in Buffalo who's just been doin' it for the last ten years now, Billy Drease Williams.

Visually, a big concept we wanted to tackle was a highly stylized minimalist approach. In other words, we really wanted the video to utilize negative space while also having a unique look."
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FRONTLINE | Sneak Peek: Inside "Top Secret America" | PBS

I always thought they was doing something like this on the moon or another planet that had water. Go figure FRONTLINE goes inside The Washington Post's major two-year examination into the massive, unwieldy, top secret world the U.S. government has created in response to 9/11. Coming fall 2010 to PBS.

A major examination by Washington Post reporters Dana Priest and William Arkin is the subject of an upcoming FRONTLINE documentary produced by veteran producer Michael Kirk. The Post's two-year investigation looks at the top secret world the government created in response to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001—a world that has become so large, so unwieldy and so secretive that few know how much money it costs, how many people it employs, how many programs exist within it or how many agencies duplicate work being done elsewhere.

H2O and DJ Pocket-FallBack Feat. S.T.I.N.K. (GOIN' HAMM STUDIO VERSION)

The peoples get busy!!!!

photo by C flux sing

Sunday, July 18, 2010

"Inception," $60.4 million this weekend

Very Dope movie right here!!!

1. "Inception," $60.4 million.

2. "Despicable Me," $32.7 million.

3. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," $17.4 million.

4. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," $13.5 million.

5. "Toy Story 3," $11.7 million.

6. "Grown Ups," $10 million.

7. "The Last Airbender," $7.5 million.

8. "Predators," $6.8 million.

9. "Knight and Day," $3.7 million.

10. "The Karate Kid," $2.2 million.

Friday, July 16, 2010



Thursday, July 15, 2010

Italian Graffiti Artist Acquitted on Technicalities

The power of Art


MILAN — A judge on Monday acquitted a celebrated graffiti artist of defacing public property, a case that drew attention because Milan’s city hall had pressed its legal action at the same time that it had been sponsoring exhibits featuring his art.

The artist, Daniele Nicolosi, 28, better known as Bros, was acquitted on a technicality. But the verdict did not cheer his defense team, which had been hoping for an acquittal that clearly recognized Mr. Nicolosi’s colorful street scribbles as art.

“We would have preferred a ruling that established that no defacement had taken place,” Guido Chiarloni, one of his lawyers, said Monday afternoon.

City hall — which had asked for €18,000, or $22,700, in damages — seemed surprised by the ruling. It had won previous claims against other graffiti artists.

Deputy Mayor Riccardo De Corato said in a statement that “Mr. Bros,” a “so-called exponent of street art,” had been fortunate.

The artist had been charged in two cases. The judge ruled Monday that in one case, the statute of limitations had expired while in the other, the formal notice of legal action had not been received.

A spokesman for the deputy mayor said the authorities had not decided whether to appeal. But Mr. De Corato said Milan would continue to pursue graffiti artists and would begin to deploy video cameras for the task.

Mr. Nicolosi’s case became a cause célèbre for an art form that had yet to find a comfortable place in Italian cultural agenda.

“It’s schizophrenic to ask an artist to show the very art that you are holding him criminally responsible for doing on the streets,” Mr. Chiarloni said. “In evolved countries, artists like Keith Haring or Basquiat or Bansky are protected, not whitewashed.”

The case occurred as Italy’s center-right government increased penalties — new fines of €10,000 and a two-year prison sentence — for anyone found defacing property. In the past two years, Milan has brought charges against 70 graffitists and is asking for civil damages in four current court cases.

“We were thrown in with other security measures as though we were some sort of threat about to attack,” Mr. Nicolosi said during an interview in his underground garage studio in Vanzago, outside of Milan.

Italy’s National Antigraffiti Association estimates that graffiti artists cause €750 million of damage each year. Milan has spent €35 million since 2006 cleaning it from city walls and the local police force has a special anti-graffiti squad of 18 plainclothes officers whose job is to track budding artists.

Though he recognizes that not all graffiti are alike, Andrea Amato, the antigraffiti association’s secretary, seems unmoved by arguments of artistic merit. “The problem of Bros, who could well be the new Michelangelo or Giotto of the 21st century, is that if the work is not authorized, it is an act of vandalism, and the consequences must be paid,” he said. “It is pointless to get into a question of esthetics. And even then opinions can differ.”

Supporters of Mr. Nicolosi disagree and posit that the city would have better served the public by pursuing artists that scribble haphazardly rather than someone with an artistic résumé under his belt.

Even so, not everyone believes that the path currently most taken by city administrations is the best way to deal with the problem.

“The city throws away millions of euros each year cleaning up graffiti, but still you have graffiti. Perhaps the city should ask itself whether it is getting the desired results,” said Pierfrancesco Majorino, a municipal counselor in Milan with the opposition Democratic Party. “If you know 20-year-olds you know that a fine isn’t going to stop them.”

Mr. Nicolosi agreed. “The idea of striking one to educate 100 seems a little retro, don’t you think,” he said.

The real issue, he said, is that adopting a policy of cracking down without offering alternatives to young people wanting to express their creativity “creates a clash that leads to bad graffiti,” he said.

actual article: Italian Graffiti Artist Acquitted on Technicalities


No doubt!!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Video: k-os "Zambony"

Man! K-os is very selpt on. Smh

The Making Of Nas & Damian Marley's "Distant Relatives"

Man, I'm slipping. I've been buying so many books, magazines and documentaries I still haven't cop this. I heard it! The joint is dope. So Cop it if you haven't


Now you know you know somebody that deserve this shirt. Get them before there gone

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JASIRI X-What if the Tea Party was Black?

It's wild I just saw this video with Jasiri x and then poof this story pops up on yahoo with this image. Wow!

ARTICLE: Billboard linking Obama, Hitler draws complaints

Friday, July 9, 2010

Rick Ross - Super High (Sativa Remix) (feat. Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa)

First off. This track is crazy!! Second off. They up in the CITY OF INK in the ATL!!!!!!! Now enjoy the video

Officer Who Shot Oscar Grant Found Guilty of involuntary Manslaughter

“Justice denied anywhere diminishes justice everywhere.”-Martin Luther King,

Oscar Grant was an unarmed black man traveling on the BART train in Oakland, California, on New Years Day in 2009, who was shot and killed by former transit officer Johannes Mehserle. The shooting, caught on a cell phone camera, went viral immediately and caused rioting in the city of Oakland. Last night, jurors in Los Angeles found Mehserle guilty of involuntary manslaughter — a sentence that carries jail time of two to four years. Grant's family, who had been hoping for a murder conviction, was upset with the verdict.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Video: Reflection Eternal "Ballad of the Black Gold"

Somebody got to address it in their music!!!

Reflection Eternal "Ballad of the Black Gold" from Sam Ellison on Vimeo.

U.S. Is Richest Nation, But Not Happiest

Jeanna Bryner
LiveScience Managing Editor

Rather, there are two major categories of happiness: overall life satisfaction; and more moment-to-moment enjoyment of life. And while overall satisfaction of life is strongly tied to income, meaning richer nations and individuals have more of this overall bliss, how much one enjoys life (by measures such as laughing and smiling) depends more on social and psychological needs being met. These include having social support and using one's abilities, as opposed to sitting at a mind-numbing job.

The United States, which had the highest gross domestic product per capita, came in at No. 16 for overall well-being and No. 26 for enjoyment, referred to as positive feelings. The No. 1 spot for overall well-being went to Denmark, and New Zealand landed the No. 1 slot for positive feelings. [Happiest States Revealed]

"Everybody has been looking at just life satisfaction and income," said study researcher Ed Diener of the University of Illinois and the Gallup Organization. "And while it is true that getting richer will make you more satisfied with your life, it may not have the big impact we thought on enjoying life."

The positive feelings aspect of happiness could have evolutionary roots. "Whereas life satisfaction reflects whether people are obtaining their values and goals in a long-term and big picture sense, positive feelings seem to arise from momentary things that are prewired, since feeling good about the support of others and about using skills are both necessary for humans to thrive and survive," Diener told LiveScience.

The findings are detailed this month in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Tallying happiness

The data was collected from a representative sample of more than 136,000 people across 132 nations from 2005 to 2006. The poll used telephone surveys in more affluent areas, and door-to-door interviews in rural or less-developed regions.

For global life satisfaction, respondents indicated how they would rate their lives on a scale from zero (worst possible life) to 10 (best possible life). Participants also answered questions about positive or negative emotions experienced the previous day.

On average respondents were relatively happy, judging their current life as slightly above neutral and experiencing frequent positive feelings and infrequent negative ones. While the majority of participants indicated their psychological needs are met, about 25 percent don't have basic needs met.

Overall satisfaction with life went up with both personal and national income, suggesting societal circumstances play an important role in happiness. But positive feelings, which were slightly higher in relation to higher income, were much more strongly tied to feeling respected, having autonomy and social support and working at a fulfilling job.

"Some of the nation rankings are indeed surprising, at least if we assumed that money was the only type of wealth," Diener said. "How do some mid-level nations in terms of income, such as Costa Rica, do so well? And conversely, why do some relatively rich nations such as South 

Korea do less well than expected? In part, because of the quality of social relationships."
Of course there were places that got either mostly stellar or mostly dismal happiness marks. No. 1 in overall satisfaction, Denmark also came in at No. 7 for positive feelings. Impoverished nations in Africa generally scored low on both happiness measures.

While Northern European and Anglo societies are currently most successful in the economic area, Latin American societies proved to be relatively high in social-psychological well-being. 

Sierra Leone scored consistently low, but other nations showed divergent rankings across the measures. For instance, Russia and South Korea had substantially lower scores for meeting social-psychological needs and in positive feelings than for income.

Why money brings overall happiness
Some economists think money increases happiness at the low end of the pay scale as it helps people meet their basic needs, but doesn't do much once a person is lifted out of poverty. This new study suggests the link between money and happiness goes beyond basic needs. While the steepest rise in overall well-being with money occurred in the poorer individuals and nations, there was still a bump in overall happiness at the higher socioeconomic status regions.

"Money is an object that many or most people desire, and pursue during the majority of their waking hours," Diener and his colleagues write.

Since most people want money, they use their financial success as a measure of overall success and a reference for how "good" their lives are.

The study also showed the income-happiness link was tied to a person's ownership of luxury conveniences and their satisfaction with standard of living.

"We don't know why there's a strong link between income and life satisfaction, but most economists would say it's because dollars buy stuff and humans like stuff," said Andrew Oswald, a professor of behavioral science at the Warwick Business School in England, who was not involved in the current study.

He doesn't think "stuff" fully answers the happiness question. In addition, and possibly a more critical link between money and life satisfaction, is security. "I think it has more to do with money providing a kind of buffer against the bad shocks and insecurities of life. If you have a low income and little money in the bank, you feel much more vulnerable to the threat of layoff or the threat of sickness in your family," Oswald said in a telephone interview.

As for what happiness really means, Oswald said, "We're only beginning to scratch the surface on what happiness means and ways to measure it. It's a multifaceted concept and researchers will be working for the next 200 years trying to get to the bottom of this."

Monday, July 5, 2010

Video: Blitz The Ambassador "Ghana Black Stars"

Even though they lost. Smh. Blitz The Ambassador created this Ghana Black Stars Anthem to support the team. thid joint is very Dope!

Ghana Black Stars! • yɛ da mo ase (Thank you) from MVMT on Vimeo.

Friday, July 2, 2010

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Video: Beat Studies featS IMP, Flux, and Q-San (Don't Mean A Thing)

Man, this was the best video shoot people!!!

The track was produced and recorded by Beat Studies. The artists in order of appearance are SIMP, Flux, and Q-San. Scratches by DJ Mafioso. The video was produced by BJ Alden and Studio 8, shot by Studio 8 and edited by Unique Film. The dancers were provided by Burn Unit and Down South Swing. Among the many great cameos are Killa Kalm, Rita J, Senor Kaos, Boog Brown, Goldi Gold, G.P.W.F.L.Y., DJ Grandman, METHUZULAH, and Rozzi Dame. Thank you Steve Bannow, Engine 11, Kristen Alden, and J Thurman. Thanks to all the friends and extras who came out and "got your swing on" for the shoot.

Video: Janelle Mon ae feat. B.o.B & Lupe Fiasco - Tightrope (Wondamix)

Oh yes!!!!!!!!!

SA ROC- Valley of the queen