Aight, back on our Icke shit. Me and Thrizz have been really into this stuff lately. Here's some VERY interesting videos about how freemasonry is infecting Hip Hop; they even point the finger at some of my favourite artists, which is quite a shock. Personally, I'm not sure what to believe just yet as I'm only just getting into it, but check out the videos and judge for yourselves...
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Ayo, I found this interesting.....
The powerhouse label has been auctioned off today for a total of $18 million to the reported winner, Wide Awake Holdings. The Canadian based music group will now be in ownership of unreleased and master recordings of records by Tupac, Snoop Dogg, and the rest of the Death Row roster. The winning bid of $18 million (whoa!) was a large step down from reported $25 million bid from Warner Music Group back in late February of 2008.
Wide Awake Holdings has yet to make a statement about the newly inquired Death Row estate. Stay tuned for more on this matter ladies & gents.
It shouldn't take them long to recoup don't ya reckon!
For those folks that do not know Big L, he was a rap legend whose life ended due to senseless violence. He had many memorable tracks with the likes of Jay-Z, Tupac, Biggie, Kool G Rap, and many other legends in the rap game. Many people may or may not know that before his untimely death he was set to sign with Roc-A-Fella Records, but he died the week before he was to sign. It is said that if his career would not have been cut so short he would have easily rivaled Jay-Z. His features with the Children of the Corn (Cam'ron, Mase, McGruff, Big L, and Bloodshed) and the DITC clique (O.C., Lord Finesse, Diamond D, Showbiz, A.G., Fat Joe, and Buckwild) are all classics. Big L is missed but his music and spirit lives on through all the music he left behind. R.I.P Big L (Lamont Coleman)
Big L and Jay-Z Freestyle