Posts Tagged ‘Mike Bigga’

June 10th, 2011
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During episode #141 of the show, we reviewed Killer Mike's album PL3DGE for the "Blend It or Bump It" segment.  While his album did pass (if an album fails the review, we literally...throw it in our blender on the show) , PL3DGE only received two out of a possible three votes on the show. While Phro and I thumbed it up, Major felt otherwise.

If you've ever tuned into the show live, you know about the random nature of call ins and interviews.  Episode #141 was no exception.  Mike caught wind of us reviewing the album and decided to call in post-show to have a debate with Major.  So they both picked apart the tracks Major wasn't feeling, one by one.... and the audio below is how it all came about.  In addition, Mike also touched on his upcoming work and his new upcoming group with Pill and Big Boi.

You gotta hand it to Mike, he came with a strong argument and justification for every single track anyone disagreed with and argued each and every point without taking it personally.  Much respect to Mike Bigga.  Cop this man's album stat.

HoodHype debate with Killer Mike

This is by far one of my favorite moments on the show in our five years of doing this.

Make sure you cop Mike Bigga's PL3DGE.  "It's a lifestyle album"

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November 30th, 2010
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I don't give a damn what anyone says, I just don't ever get tired of the song.  No I.D. did the damn thing on the beat and "Killa Kill from the Ville" killed the bars.  I Pl3dge Allegiance to the Grind Pt. 3 comin 2011, and in Mike's words, "It's so Rick Flair.... WOOOOO!!!"

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November 18th, 2010
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If you caught me walkin' around A3C this year with KingSoul from KonsoleKingz, then you know the camera stays in hand at all times.   This explains why I have over four hours of footage that I pulled and edited down to 10 minutes, I wish I could just upload all of it somewhere.

Here is some more of Mike Bigga and Immortal Technique's performances as well as performances by Homeboy Sandman, Stalley, Tanya Morgan, Nappy Roots, Reks n Statik Selektah, Nesby Phips and Artifacts.

I already can't wait to go to A3C 2011, you should go too.

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