Monday, July 9, 2012

New Music: Nas - "Bye Baby"

Some new music out of the Def Jam camp. Nas comes with some more very dope material off his upcoming Life Is Good.

Hit shelves, July 17th.



Busta Rhymes (@BusaBusss) Year Of The Dragon [Album Cover]

Look out for Busta Rhymes' YMCMB debut, Year of the Dragon. I mean, does Busta EVER really disappoint?


New Video: DMX - "I Don't Dance" (Feat. MGK)

DMX and Machine Gun Kelly are all about what it is they're about...and grind us up about what it is we're not about. Stop dancing.

Directed by John Colombo


Have You Seen: French Montana - "Pop That" (Feat. Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne) [Video]

Excuse My French, coming whenever French Montana feels like dropping it. Also, excuse that Ciroc product placement. Track and video features Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne.


Jay-Z's GRAND Opening At The Barclays Center

This just made my Monday.

Jay-Z has announced three concerts to mark the GRAN OPENING of the Brooklyn Nets' new home court in the Barclays Center (located at 620 Atlantic Avenue  New York, NY 11217). The dates are as follows...

  • Friday, September 28, 2012
  • Saturday, September 29, 2012
  • Sunday, September 30, 2012

Tickets go on sale THIS FRIDAY, July 13, 2012... HERE and HERE. Don't sleep, because I and 3 million other people are wide awake.

UPDATE: According to RapRadar, there will be 7000 tickets available at under or around $30.


Rick Ross God Forgives, I Don't [Tracklist]

We MIGHT see some hidden gems in here...share with us which tracks you are most looking forward to, in the C-Section.

Hits shelves 07.31.2012.


The Buzzklub [FULL Episode 1] + Viewing Event Review

Good Morning Team SCREAMATME!!!

We've been meaning to keep you up on our longtime friend's, nationally aired talk show, The Buzzklub. More recently she hosted her very first viewing party at the Philadelphia Community Access Media or PhillyCAM building (located at 699 Ranstead Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106). The capacity crowd was fully engulfed, hanging on her every word...from program start to finish. The diversity of the audience was a direct reflection of the diversity of her show as she has managed to intricately develop a captivating platform in a round table segment called "The Beehive," where a variety of controversial topics are discussed. The "no holds bar" tone Bintu sets with her group of panelists, is alluring and forces spectators to do more than spectate; there is an immediate feeling to get involved as a viewer and the desire to offer your own input is almost overbearing.

The event itself was a success, as we ("we" ... as in, viewing party invitees) were granted the opportunity to speak with Bintu about future programming plans, ideas, offer suggestions, constructive criticism (which she takes really well), exchange compliments (she liked my sneakers) and enjoy some addictive cupcakes... It was also thoroughly enjoyable to watch a friend take one step closer to achieving a dream that she has worked harder and smarter towards.

Get behind The Buzzklub, you won't be disappointed.
A new era of talk show hosted by Bintu 'Honey b.' Kabba. and featuring panelists (The Beehive) who share perspectives on art, music, politics, relationships, sex, etc. No subject is taboo. Interviews, debuts of underground music artists, and relationship advice via Honey b. Letters.
 Produced by Bintu 'Honey b.' Kabba