MindzAlike VS Armory Massive

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Let's get ready to RUMBLE!!! On October 7th we will be hosting our VERSUS NIGHT @ U-31! It will be a Party Rockin' Battle between Mark Marcelo & Julz of MindzAlike versus Hektik & Felt1 of Armory Massive. This will be a night not to miss!

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Bambu is at it again..

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Dj Mugs X Bambu : Pow Wow Drums

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Friday, September 10, 2010

Whats there to be said this is HIP HOP.

If you dont know about DAS EFX please read up on the links below. I will be posting up clips as well.
This will be a crazy night!

$5 before 11pm and $10 after.

Das EFX's wildly playful, rapid-fire stuttering -- dense with rhymes and nonsense words -- was one of the most distinctive and influential lyrical styles in early-'90s hip-hop.

While the duo completely rewrote the MC rule book, they themselves were increasingly pegged as a one-dimensional novelty the longer their career progressed, despite watching elements of their style creep into countless rappers' bags of tricks. Krazy Drazyz (born Andre Weston; Teaneck, NJ) and Skoob (born Willie Hines) were both raised in Brooklyn, but didn't begin performing together until they met at Virginia State University in 1988. Removed from an active music scene, the two were free to develop their most idiosyncratic tendencies; they started making up gibberish words (anything ending in "-iggity" was a favorite) that added loads of extra syllables to their lines, and wove plenty of pop-cultural references into the tongue-twisting lyrical gymnastics that resulted. Das EFX caught their big break when they performed at a talent show judged by EPMD; though they didn't win, EPMD was impressed enough to offer them a deal, and the duo became part of the Def Squad crew of protégés.

Signing to the East West label, Das EFX began work on their debut album, commuting between Virginia and New York and mailing tapes to EPMD (then touring the country) for guidance. Upon its release in 1992, Dead Serious caused an immediate sensation, and is still considered something of a landmark in hip-hop circles. The first single, the instantly memorable signature song "They Want EFX," was a Top 40 pop hit and a Top Ten R&B hit, and helped push sales of Dead Serious past the platinum mark. Wary of being pigeonholed by repeating themselves, the duo slowed down their lyrical flow and downplayed the surrealistic side of their interplay on the follow-up album, 1993's Straight Up Sewaside, which went gold. Around the time of 1995's disappointing Hold It Down, Das EFX found themselves caught in the middle of EPMD's ugly breakup; it led to a three-year absence from recording. By the time they returned in 1998 with Generation EFX, the group was playing more to a devoted but narrower cult audience; they have remained largely silent since.

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Come celebrate your birthday at the BEST Thursday Night Party in San Diego! Holler at djartisticone@yahoo.com for guestlists and bottle specials for birthday partys.

Also special guest Ikah Love will be playing a set. This will be Ikah's first time at the Generations Party. First worked with Ikah Love back in at the infamous Bus Stop as he was one of he residents alongside Charlie Rock and many o...thers through the years. Hes also had his stints at many a club around town most notably Grown Folks Shit now resident at such spots as El Camino, Bar Dynamite, The Office and others.

You already know hes coming with the realness so support the home team!

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Mighty4TV: One Be Lo - Bionic Man vs Marie Poppins in Mexico

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


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Armory Sale this weekend!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

In store 20%-50% off select merchandise(excluding art supplies).

All weekend long from Friday to Sunday.

Type in LaborDay for 20% off online www.ArmoryHipHop.com

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