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March 6th, 2012
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We continued selecting our picks for the HoodHype Hip-Hop Fight Club as we wrapped up with our West Coast and Down South picks for 2012.  Bracket coming soon on HoodHype.com!  We also launched our first installment of our new game show What's Really Hood? Black & White Edition. You may or may not be shocked by the income. We also discussed the new Nike Galaxy Foamposite shoes.   Press play! Read the rest of this entry »

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May 20th, 2010
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We had alot of fun with this one as we jumped in on music  Scarface vs VH-1, Dame Dash getting Roc back and more.  Everything was going great for yet another great episode of the HoodHype show, but when Scarface called in out of the blue to comment on the VH-1 situation, the show did an instant 360.  We talked to Face for damn near a half hour about everything from the VH-1 debacle, to Oprah, to paying for pum (lol).   Later in the show, we got to the "Stash Box" to taste a new brew, we talked about guilty music pleasures and brought back the almighty, "Blend it or Bump It" segment, which is always a good time.  If you have a CD you'd like featured on the segment, you can mail it to the address on our "Contact Us" page, whether it's mainstream or not!  Read the rest of this entry »

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May 14th, 2010
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"De-segregate hip-hop bruh!" - Scarface

Last night as we were recording another episode of the HoodHype show, we ended up getting into the topic of VH1's hip-hop honors honoring the "dirty south" and Scarface's recent comments and verbally dressing down the entire event.  Little did we know, listeners were active as hell on twitter (especially the homie D, shouts to you!) getting at Face which spurred him to call in and address the topic right then and there.   Face broke it down gave us his feelings on the way VH1 and all the other "suits" in the industry continue to make a mockery of hip-hop music in the South.  Major didn't back down though, he covered damn near anything people were wondering about Face's feelings on the situation.

The interview didn't end on that topic though.  You know we had to ask him if he was working on any music, and he said he's currently working on a new album that would be a "mirror of The Fix" which he says will be titled The Habit, which as any Scarface fan knows, was a classic.  With that business out of the way, things really started to loosen up when the subject of Oprah came up which I can't touch, all I can say is you need to listen to it... "with all do respect, id make Oprah a woman." -Scarface.  After that we briefly touched on the topic of the show which was "payin for pum" which again, you just need to listen to below.

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DOWNLOAD: HoodHype Interview w/ Scarface (32mb)

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May 12th, 2009
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Gangsta Grillz
Courtesy of DJ Drama's Gangsta Grillz: The Album Volume 2 dropping tomorrow.  It's luke warm lyrically, it has no choice but to be at least that when you have Face and Nas on the track.

The thing that gets under my skin with songs like this is how obvious it is that these artists were not recording this track in the studio together.  The energy that they would have from vibing off of each other is completely non-existent in this track, making it fall a bit short musically.  Everyone spit their own verse and did the business, it just has no soul to it.  I get nothing.

Is it too much to ask for some of these mainstream artists to get really passionate about their music?  Has money and the mainstream bored you so much that you've lost your creative drive?  Songs like this kill me, so much potential, it sounds really nice and that's about it.  I'm going back to my indie playlist, eff this mess.

LISTEN: Nas ft. Scarface, Willie The Kid & Marsha Ambrosius - "Yacht Music"

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December 16th, 2008
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Episode #79 ft. Interview With Black Milk
We're back with a racially charged episode of the show featuring and interview with Detroit's own Black Milk, some great music and some BIG announcements that we are really excited about for the show.  We also talked with King Soul from KonsoleKingz.com and discussed the new XBox OS, PS3's decline, the Wii and more.  And yes, we got Snoop EZ back on again to talk about Pac man's win over De La Hoya too.

HoodHype.com Episode #79 ft. Interview with Black Milk
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Track listing and extra links to things we talked about this episode after the jump!

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December 3rd, 2008
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New video from Mr. Scarface. Good to hear Bilal on this cut, wish he did more tracks. Grab that Emeritus album in stores now.

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November 10th, 2008
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First video off the Emeritus album. This track is simple but hard as hell.

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October 30th, 2008
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Looking forward to this album. I have a feeling Face is going to go out with a bang.

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