(Music Video) Bobby Dime$ X Driver's Seat prod. by Sap

His new album Google That is out now.. Click the title for details..

Depression: Sometimes, it is THAT BAD..

This is personal btw.. Not what I heard.. What I saw..

Suite 302/Carolinaware's Own are one..

New location for my 'home' barbershop. Read the post for details

I've walked that walk with someone..

Personal true story... Hope it helps someone.

The Foreign Exchange X New Music X So What If It Is...

New REMIX ALBUM coming 2/13/13 from them..Read posts for details..


If you don't know about Ms. Evans, GET FAMILIAR DAMMIT. She can SPIT.. Period.


Aka Mrs. Carolinaware's Own R.I.P. Rest In Power pretty gal..

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Press release of Shizz Nitty's 'That Booty' (Produced by Sap the Beatman)

Been looking forward to being able to see that screen up top for a minute. OT Record artist Shizz Nitty's new single available now.

Go and buy it today!


Here is the official information on the release of 'That Booty' by Shizz Nitty.

Wilmington, DE - Shizz Nitty and OT Records (E1 Entertainment) released his 1st single, "That Booty", to online music providers across the Globe on 8/31/10. "That Booty" is the first release off his debut studio album B.O.S.S (Business Over Sucka Sh*t) dropping in October. The Wilmington, Delaware artist has been riding high the last year off the strength of the hits, "Sox In Da Air' and "Man Down', which both received heavy play on the radio and in clubs Nationwide.

Shizz Nitty also has been featured on numerous mixtapes across the country with his most recent work being on OT Records/DJBran Present On Deckery 2 and Meek Mill "Mr.Philadelphia". Both of the mixtapes can be downloaded on datpiff.com.

"That Booty" is produced by Sap the Beatman (OT Records) and is currently getting heavy club and mix show play across the Mid Atlantic region. A video for the single will be out the 1st week of October. Shizz Nitty is set to perform 9/9/10 at The University Maryland Eastern Shore, 'Welcome Back To School' concert, which also features artist Grand Hustle / 215 APHILLYATED Meek Mill and M.M.I./MusicLine/Zone 4/Interscope Roscoe Dash.

Drake- I'm Ready For You/podcast of slow joints...

Get it here. or here.

(Listens the lyrics) I am assuming this is for someone else....

(Embedded Player)

Podcast of slow joints by Drake...

Jesse Boykins III....Covering 'Prototype' by Andre 3000

(Live Video)

He actually went into the studio and did it though with MeLo-X and Trae Harris..You can get that here..

AllHipHop Heater of Day- Ballin' Meek Mill ft. Shizz Nitty

(Photos Courtesy of Herman Mrxclsv Vandenbrandt)


Yeah you already know.

Mr. Philadelphia..Meek Mill...Shizz Nitty..Jahlil Beats....Go to the link below and see for yourself.


Yaris Sanchez out in Vegas.....

With her Tom Ford's on...She was out there with a couple of other well known gals. Sounded like it was for a Smooth 'event'. So you know what that means. More pictures from this are coming.

Mike Wise....oops...

Trying to prove a point and ended up opening a whole other can of worms...

But is people like 'me' that they are worried about though??? Cute.

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Two In A Shirts (T.I.T.S) Natalie Nunn...Vernon Davis.

Aight Vernon. I see you.

Maliah Michel by Rita G...

Lupe Fiasco....Diary (MTV) 2007

In case you are interested.

Three parts..Other two are in well...It is Lupe. You already know...Hence the few words I have for this. Don't even fix your mouth to use the 'h' word either. I just don't dig the nigga's music too tough and that makes that 'hardline' stance he takes about it even LESS DESIRABLE TO ME. Sue me. I still can acknowledge him though. So here ya go.

Leandro Barbosa DROPS Andre Iguodala

The damm logos are slick. Leandro's crossover didn't help Andre out on this one. To his credit, ANDRE IMMEDIATELY GAVE LEANDRO PROPS ON TWITTER.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Renaissance Stylez Power 'Remix'

A lot of you dudes aren't gonna like this. So this isn't for you honestly. I know you want the ladies 'young and dumb' so you can fill 'em with....

I am good on all of that though. This video is featured on Allhiphop.com but I happen to follow this person ON TWITTER MYSELF via my own accord. So I don't feel any type of way about giving it up either. Normally, I don't like for people to 'remix' a popular song but the message in this joint is NEEDED.

Jazmine Sullivan (Video) Holding You Down- (remix)


This has been one of my summer anthems. Classic remix style. Digging it. Will the album live up to it? Thoughts?

OT Records...Shizz Nitty and Chuck50 in Chuck's part of town..Concord Ave. Wilmington, Delaware

Chuck50 doing it up for his peoples Newz and Quis BLOCK PARTY STYLE...Freestyle and more from Shizz Nitty.

Phonte and Nicolay interview....(The Indie Game)


"You can never focus on the medium....."- Phonte

Phonte and Nicolay on that real shit. Talking about the music industry. Straight talk.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mizz DR, Tahiry, Rosa Acosta, Yaris Sanchez and more.....

Even she (Bubbles) has some fun with things. @ posting that pic. See if you can tell what the 'issue' is...

Just sharing..nothing more...

I see ya'll coming here to see 'where' Shizz Nitty is. He is right here. Meek Mill. Shizz Nitty. Club Quest.


Ike I see ya playboy!! @ the video..

That should answer that....Shoutout to Sap too!!