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Nwerdnerd - Something In My Eye

I saw the above video on Reddit last week, and while it's incredibly raw and unpolished it caught my attention in a way that most amateur clips have not recently. He's got a nice flow, and his ability to jump from the talking points of the Flint water crisis, to Nestle's water mongering, to police bruatility, BLM, and the murder of XXXTentacion coherently showed some real potential. He seems to be in the very early stages of putting out music (I couldn't find any sort of profile page, and at this point he appears to be going be his twitter handle "nwerdnerd"), but based on the feedback he got from Reddit he'll likely be putting out more stuff in the near future.

You can hit him up on twitter @nwerdnerd or on reddit under the same name.

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33Jones Wedding Mix:

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I appreciate the fact that there are still a few of you keeping the faith and checking this site from time to time and were proactive enough to give me a heads up that the site was down. It took a minute to get the computers 'puting and resolve the issue, but thanks to an assist from Zer0 C00l or whoever is manning the support desk, we finally got it fixed. In celebration of that fact, I am finally taking the time to upload a mix I've been holding on to for almost a year.

As some of you are aware, after many years devoted to bachelorhood one lucky woman finally made an honest man of me. It was an amazing experience, but I will caution anyone who thinks they are capable of dealing with high stress situations - something I once foolishly described myself as - that organizing a destination wedding involving guests flying in from multiple continents will break even the most level-headed amongst you.

One of the highlights for me was organizing the music for the wedding. We hired a dj for the reception itself, but for the cocktail hour prior to that I dusted off the turntables and put together a mix. The demographics of the attendees were pretty varied - Americans, Jamaicans, Ghanians, Turks, and Indians - so I pulled in a mix of songs from Motown to Afropop to Soca to mid 90's rap. Here's the link to the mix on soundcloud:

33Jones Wedding Cocktail Hour

Full Tracklist:
  • Delegation - Oh Honey
  • The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You
  • Freddie Scott - You Got What I Need
  • Lauryn Hill - Can't Take My Eyes Off of You
  • Stevie Wonder - Isn't She Lovely
  • Bill Withers - Just the Two Of Us
  • Fugees - Killing Me Softly
  • Amy Winehouse featuring Nas - Cherry Wine
  • Bill Withers - Lovely Day
  • Al Green - I'm So In Love With You
  • Robin Thicke - Everything I Can't Have
  • Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z - Suit and Tie
  • Maze featuring Frankie Beverly - Before I Let Go
  • Toto - Africa
  • Flavor - N.W.A. Baby (Ashawo Remix)
  • Prince Nico Mbarga - Sweet Mother
  • UB40 - Red Wine
  • Bob Marley - Jammin'
  • Childish Gambino - Redbone
  • Linda Scott - I've Told Every Little Star
  • George Benson - Give Me The Night
  • Jagged Edge featuring Run - Let's Get Married

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The originations of Migos' Style, Dilla's MPC, and Grey Poupon: Vox and Hip Hop in 2017:

In the last post about the best hip hop related videos of 2017, I neglected to include the output from youtube channel Vox. Vox has become one of the most consistently well-produced channels, youtube or otherwise, and they had some really good hip hop-related videos that are worth the five or so minutes each segment lasts. Below are the best of the bunch from Vox this year, the highlight being the Triple Flow video that traces Migos' flow all the way back to Public Enemy's Bring The Noise

How J Dilla Humanized his MPC3000

Why Rappers Love Grey Poupon

How the Bronx Brought Breakdancing to the World

How the triplet flow took over rap

Grime: London's latest export

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The Best Hip Hop Related Videos of 2017:

I refuse to let an entire year pass without posting some sort of itemized list, so below are my five favorite hip hop-related video segments of 2017:

Cam'ron on Highly Questionable - ESPN's Highly Questionable continued its streak as the best televised source for hip hop-related interviews, and it's two parter with Cam'ron was the best of the bunch this year. Catch part 1 here.

Does Hick Hop have a right to exist? -- Murs' weekly show on HipHopDX has been the most coherent recurring segment by an active rapper.

How A-Trak Went From Teenaged Battle Champ To Global Ambassador of DJ Culture - Blueprint - Complex's interview series Blueprint has had several solid entries this year - if you've got a half hour to spare look up the one with Chance's manager - but this interview with A-Trak and the discussion of both his influence on Kanye and his founding of Fools Gold was the best of the bunch.

Desus and Mero interview Big Boi - If you're not up on Viceland's Desus and Mero yet, make a point of adding it to your DVR rotation. For me Big Boi's interview on the show was the most notable of the year for the update on his legendary Boom Boom Room.

Hot Ones interview with Logic - Hot Ones has elevated itself this year to the best interview series, youtube or otherwise. It's had a few rappers on this year, including ASAP Ferg and Danny Brown, but this one with Logic is likely the only time you'll see someone solve a Rubik's cube while eating a hot wing and answering Jurassic Park trivia questions.

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Sunday Antiquing With Career Crooks (Zilla Rocca + Small Pro - Corrupt Novelist):

Career Crooks (Zilla + Small Pro) - Corrupt Novelist

The kids tell me triple time flow is how you make it in rap these days, but as far as I'm concerned that can never compete with an old school sample and some antiquing footage. If you feel the same way as I do, check out Zilla and Small Pro's latest album, Career Crooks - Good Luck With That.

One more track from the album:

Career Crooks - Least Important Most Important

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Anthem of Us by Big Sean (Detroit):

Anthem of Us by Big Sean and Bedrock

As some of you know, I took a job with a company based in Detroit a few years ago; not coincidentally the frequency of posts on this site took a severe nosedive right around the same time. Though not its main focus, the company has spent the past several years helping to invest in and rebuild the city. It's rare that there is much crossover between my job and my musical interests (though we do share an office with RapGenius), but the above promo video put out by my company and Big Sean is one of those occasions.

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Bo Don't Know Jack.:

ATCQ - Luck of Lucien and Can I Kick It? (Live in Brooklyn, 1990)

I don't have anything poignant to say to commemorate Phife's passing, but I came across these old Tribe videos today and felt the need to share. Easily one of the most quotable emcees of all time, RIP Phife!

ATCQ and LONS - Scenario (Live on Arsenio Hall)

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Common, Kanye, and Dave Chappelle - The Food (Live)

At some point I'll get around to checking out The Life of Pablo - I'm too far out of touch to know whether further segmenting the marketplace for music is what it takes to maximize your sales in this day and age, though it was enough of a barrier to keep me away from the album for at least a week - but I wanted to take a minute to appreciate the early Kanye years when his life was dope and he did dope shit as Common's sidekick.

Common and Kanye - They Say (AOL Sessions)

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One for Valentine's Day (J Dilla / Fall In Love):

Suite for Ma Dukes Orchestra - Fall In Love (Live Tribute)

Nothing can top the original from Slum Village, but this almost instrumental version is slightly more appropriate for everyone's favorite Hallmark holiday.

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The Man That Killed Lauryn Hill Softly With His Song (DJ Funktual):

DJ Funktual Breaks Down Killing Me Softly

I won't spoil the ending for you, but the above video from DJ Funktual is well worth five minutes of your time to find out who exactly was the inspiration behind the Fugees' Killing Me Softly. Funktual breaks down the origins of the song with a tale that involves Roberta Flack, Lori Lieberman, Al B. Sure, and Marvin Gaye.

If you've never seen any of his videos before, I highly recommend Funktual's series of Hip Hop Sample videos. His knowledge about the records he talks about is second to none, and his enthusiasm for the music makes the videos incredibly enteratining. I started watching them last week, and have since binge watched nearly fifty of them. Start with Top 10 Samples in Hip Hop History Part 1 and go from there.

And back to the subject of Killing Me Softly, here's my favorite live version of the song featuring The Fugees and Roberta Flack during the 1996 MTV Movie Awards:

The Fugees and Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly (Live at the Movie Awards)

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