HipHop Two Four Seven
This blog is simply here for real hiphop lovers & people who want t o get their music out for the world. Here you will be able to listen to the newest dopest tracks, mixtapes, artist etc. This page is dedicated to the people who just can't get enough of the HipHop world like me & people who are trying to break into the business. I will give my views on certain artist and songs i will also post you guys views & you guys music as well. This is an unbiased page. I am just here to help people who cant get out there get out there & to spread my love for HipHop with the world. If you are a rapper, singer, or producer with something hot you want others to hear, then hit me up. Even if you are a film maker who does music videos send me your work & I will be sure to put you on. I hope you enjoy & feel free to send anything to my ask box.
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You have had your wings for 10 years now for some people 10 years isn’t a long time, but to me it seems like an eternity. I still remember the day I found out you were called back to heaven. Ever since that day my life has not been the same. You wee the first real R&B artist I actually strived to be like. I looked up to you in more ways than one. From your tom boyish lady like swag to the smooth melodic sound of your voice on a track to the way you could dance circles around anyone. You were a true role model and still are. On days like this I feel like the world should stop spinning. My world in a way does. No matter what my body can always tell when this day is coming. It may sound crazy to some people but anyone who has ever lost someone they truly care for they can relate. 

I would be telling a lie if I said I didn’t listen to your music everyday, because I do. I would also be lying if I said I have gotten over God taking you from this world. I can say I look up to you in more ways than one, listening to your music & watching your movies/videos has taught me so many things & encouraged me to do so many things in life. Without you I wouldn’t have been able to make it through some break-ups, dry some tears, rock out, or just plain smile.I will forever be grateful for the time God allowed you to be on this Earth & bless us with your beautiful music.

 I can say you are one of the first people that showed me the REAL meaning of music. No one will ever be able to replace you. As long as I am alive I will be sure that your legacy lives on. You showed me how to  Read  Between the Lines & how to be a Best Friend & More Than a Woman. You taught me to never give niggas play with that Loose Rap & to make sure they’re Extra Smooth(LOL). You told me Age Ain’t Nothin but a Number & to go with whatever Rocks the Boat. Needless to say, I Care 4 U.

 I know time goes on & the world can’t stop because you’re gone, but each time I hit the play button & your voice comes out the speakers it feels like the world is moving just a little bit slower & things get a little bit better. Hopefully one day I can amount to the woman you were. If I even become half of the woman you were that would be fine with me. I will always & forever love you. I genuinely thank-you for the beauty you have left in this world. Many may not understand the place this letter is coming from, or how someone who has never met a person can feel such a strong connection towards them. I can’t explain it & they probably will never know unless it happens to them. You are forever in my heart & I can’t wait to meet you in the after life. Continue to rest in paradise.

Love always,

Fabiana

I have not forgotten about you guys!

My life is craaaaaaaaaaazy right now. I have a lot of things going on so I’m on a hiatus but I will be back in a week or two. Just a heads up. 

Jay-Z & Frank Ocean in the studio. 
Documentary Of The Century!

So here’s the “scenario”; about 13 years ago one of hip-hop’s most influential groups by the name of A Tribe Called Quest called it quits suddenly, leaving hardcore hip-hop fans everywhere heartbroken and wondering what was going on that would cause a dynamic group that brought the world to see a whole new side of the genre to just up and leave their fans high and dry when no one was ready for them to go. Well thanks to filmmaker MICHAEL RAPAPORT we will finally find out what was really going on and get an exclusive in on the group in the new documentary Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest.

Where Rapaport follows the sensational reunited hip-hop group on tour back in 2008; almost ten years after their last album The Love Movement was released. Rapaport speaks with band members (Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Q-tip, Phife Dawg, and Jarobi White) about their insubstantial relationships, the differences in their personal lives, and unresolved conflicts. The documentary features appearances from many hip-hop greats such as the Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, Monie Love, Beastie Boys, Pete Rock, Kanye West, Santigold more.

If you are a hardcore hip-hop lover dying for just one more taste of this legendary group I highly recommend you go check out this SENSATIONAL documentary. In my personal opinion you can’t call yourself a lover of hip-hop without owning at least ONE album by this group. A Tribe Called Quest opened so many doors for some of the biggest mainstream hip-hop artists today. When it comes down to their hot electrical beats, their funky dope album art, and the way they flowed on a track; A Tribe Called Quest  was original and ground breaking all the way around.

Check out the new summer hit from J. Cole & Wale. “Bad Girls Club”

"Bad Girls Club" - Wale Feat. J. Cole

Wale & J. Cole do it again. For some rappers it’s hard to combine a commercial song with realness. When I say commercial I mean an average song that you hear everyday on the radio. One that is automatically going to be on the top of the charts because it sounds just like the one that was just number one, recycled lyrics, song meaning, and similar beats. That’s what I mean by commercial. Anyways back to the topic, when I first heard this snippet I think about two weeks ago I thought it was going to be like that, but I was wrong. Its hard for artists to get a good balance between lyricism and just plain lyrics. J. Cole & Wale are two of the best at that. I see this being the anthem for the rest of the summer. I LOVE IT!

For all you Roc Nation & G.O.O.D Music fans out there who have been patiently waiting like I have, the wait is ALMOST over. “Watch The Throne” the new album from Two of the best in the game, Jay-Z & Kanye West, will be released on August 2, 2011. The first single”H*A*M" (which is a bonus track) left fans drooling & waiting for more, it was just a taste of the masterpiece. The album has  CRAZY DOPE features on it. Everywhere from Otis Redding to Mr. Hudson. You already know I will update this with any information I get on the album so stay tuned. Especially if you are as excited as I am. 
Track List: 
01. “No Church In The Wild” (Feat. Frank Ocean)
02. “Lift Off” (Feat. Beyonce)
03. “Niggas In Paris”
04. “Otis” (Feat. Otis Redding)
05. “Gotta Have It”
06. “New Day”
07. “Prime Time” 
08. “Who Gon Stop Me”
09. “Murder To Excellence”
10. “Welcome To The Jungle”
11. “Sweet Baby Jesus” (Feat. Frank Ocean)
12. “Why I Love You” (Feat. Mr. Hudson)
Bonus Tracks:
01. “Illest Motherfxcka Alive”
02. “H*A*M”
03. “That’s My Bitch”
04. “The Joy” (Feat. Curtis Mayfield)
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