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Month: June 2013

World Music Day Mural in Bandra, Mumbai

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An intiative from OFD India…
Orphanage Film and Design

On the morning of 20th june 2013, OFD set out to beat the weather gods and celebrate music with paints and brushes.
To celebrate WORLD MUSIC DAY we collaborated with a team of 9 young artists to paint a mural, as a tribute piece commemorating some of the finest Indian musicians for their contribution to world music.
This is a small video documentation of the painting being made.

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DJ Neil Armstrong x adidas “From Marcy to Barclays” Mixtape

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1. “From Marcy to Barclays Introduction…”
2. “No Sleep ‘Til Brooklyn” Beastie Boys x JAY Z
3. “We Fly High (Brooklyn Remix)” – JAY Z
4. “Crooklyn Dodgers” – The Crooklyn Dodgers (Special Ed, Masta Ace, Buckshot)
5. “Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers” – Chubb Rock, O.C., JeruThe Damaja
6. “Brooklyn In My Mind (Crooklyn Dodgers 3)” – Mos Def, Jean Grae, Memphis Bleek
7. “Coming Of Age” – JAY Z, Memphis Bleek
8. “Now You’re Mine” – Gangstarr
9. “Super Brooklyn” – Cocoa Brovas (aka Smif-n-Wessun)
10. “Super Brooklyn Routine” by DJ Daddy Dog of The 5th Platoon DJs
11. “Brooklyn Kids” – Jemini The Gifted One
12. “Brooklyn Took It” – Jeru The Damaja
13. “Just Rhymin with the BIZ” – Biz Markie, Big Daddy Kane
14. “Get By (Remix)” – Mos Def, JAY Z, Kanye West, Talib Kweli
15. “Gotta Have It” – JAY Z, Kanye West
16. “Shove It” – Santigold
17. “Put On (Remix)” – Young Jeezy, JAY Z)
18. “Jigga What, Jigga Who (Originator 99)” – JAY Z
19. “Brooklyn State of Mind” – JAY Z
20. “Change the Game” – JAY Z
21. “You, Me, Him, and Her” – JAY Z
22. “Brooklyn’s Finest (2012 Remix)” – JAY Z, The Notorious B.I.G.
23. “Spread love it’s the Brooklyn way…”
24. “Juicy” – The Notorious B.I.G.

Janet Jackson Has Converted to Islam and Left the Music Industry

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Singer Janet Jackson had a widely celebrated wedding to billionaire Wissam Al Mana just a few months ago.  You might have heard that the wedding cost millions of dollars, and since that time, Janet hasn’t done any acting or released any music.

It has since been reported that Janet has moved to the Middle East and converted to Islam.  Surprisingly, she also has disavowed music and left the industry entirely.  Janet says that part of the reason she wants to leave music is so that she and her husband can live a private life away from the media.

Al Mana made his fortune through the Al Mana Retail group, which is owned and controlled by his family.

This is Janet Jackson’s third marriage and her last major media appearance was in a Tyler Perry film, “Why Did I Get Married?”

Janet is now 47-years old and still looking great.  She got her big break in 1982 after releasing the album control.   We will always love Janet, whether she lives in the US, the middle east or anywhere else.

Ice Cube x The Roots “It Was A Good Day” Live On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

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Ice Cube takes center stage at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform the west coast rap classic “It Was A Good Day” with The Roots. Ice Cube promotes peace during the performance and drops a few shouts to ?uestloveJimmy Fallon and The Isley Brothers; Cube’s song samples their iconic 1977 slow-jam “Footsteps In The Dark.” The entire audience gets in on the act, swaying to the chilled out track with their hands in the air. Check the performance below. Look out for Ice Cube’s forthcoming LPEverythang’s Corrupt, dropping early next year. He hits the road this summer with De La SoulPublic Enemy and L.L. Cool J.

Eminem Premieres “Symphony In H” w/ DJ Tony Touch

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DJ Tony Touch previews Eminem’s “Symphony in H” (extra tagged up) off his upcoming Piece Maker 3: Return of the 50 MCs, due out July 8.

1. Tony Touch / D Stroy – ‘Touch And D Stroy’
2. Rah Digga – ‘Freestyle’
3. A.G. & Masta Ace – ‘Double A’
4. Busta Rhymes, J. Doe, Reek da Villian & Rock Marciano – ‘Hold That’
5. M.O.P – ‘You Know You Love This’
6. Too Short, Kurupt & Xzibit – ‘V.I.P.’
7. B-Real – ‘Hit This’ (Freestyle)
8. Papoose & Uncle Murda – ‘Brooklyn’s The Burough’
9. Sean Price & Guilty Simpson – ‘Random’
10. Black Thought – ‘Thought Process’
11. Styles P, Sheek Louch & Jadakiss – ‘B.A.R.S.’
12. Liknuts – ‘World Premier’
13. Raekwon, JD Era, Ghostface Killah & RZA – ‘Unorthodox’
14. Twista & Bun B – ‘Bounce’
15. Thirstin Howl III – ‘One Person Thirstin’
16. Willie The Kid – ‘Power Cypha’
17. Action Bronson & Kool G. Rap – ‘A Queen’s Thing’
18. KRS-One, Fat Joe & Sadat X – ‘Take It To The Bronx’
19. Termanology – ‘Aw Shux’
20. Joel Ortiz, Royce da 5’9” & Crooked I – ‘Slaughter Session’
21. Eminem – ‘Symphony in H’
22. Redman, Method Man & Erick Sermon – ‘Let’s Go’
23. Prodigy – ‘Street Corner’
24. N.O.R.E., Al Joseph & Reek da Villian – ‘Questions’
25. Gob Goblin, Starvin B & Spit Gemz – ‘Untitled’

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