Filed under: Art of Facts,Harlem Nights,Internets,Party and Bullshit,Shots Fired
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Dallas talks Pologate, and the crew chop it up with legendary rap party promoter Jessica Rosenblum.
First drop from The Combat Jack Show presents… Foamposites and Fingergunns mixtape, for those of you still young enough to wear athletic shoes.
It’s recently come to my attention that a new thirst bucket company by the name of Precision Writtens is outchea harassing every second rapper on the internets to employ their services to create the ultimate rapper dude by committee. Here’s the approach they took when they pitched their “services” to $amhill:
PW Talent Agent, Tyrone Bowman: “Ive been listening to a few of your tracks and think you got a tight sound. I’m with Precision Writtens and we write very intricate rap verses for artists. You can listen to some sample verses on our website to get a sense of what we mean by intricate. I know we can help you blow up big, easy. Take a look and let us know what you think fam. Peace”
Just realized that the link for this was dead so the ten year anniversary of Unkut seems like a good time to re-up this 2010 release that I put together with strictly exclusive CRC-style tracks. Might be time for a part two come to think of it…
Download or stream almost an hour of non-progressive rap below.
I would have cast Kane as The Count personally, but otherwise this is good times.
Nas has escaped the kufi category at last, but does this mean he should make a track with Cam’Ron to celebrate?
CRC VP richdirection.
As part of Unkut Dot Com’s 10th anniversary celebrations and due to a number of requests, we’ve decided to do a small re-up on the world famous Conservative Rap Coalition polo shirts for $50 each, which is a saving of $5 from the original price. For those of you who fux with Unkut but don’t mess with collars, there will be a range of t-shirts available later this year, but for everybody else, this is a second chance to rep some official rap blog martorial elegance and be the envy of your friends and foes.
The good folk over at PBS 106.7 FM invited me down to do a guest spot on Richie 1250‘s Stone Love program for Valentine’s Day, where I unleashed what I consider to be some of the best and worst examples of the dreaded 80’s rap ballad on unsuspecting listeners.
Last week, the rap world celebrated the third annual “Dilla Day.” Here are some other folk who also deserve that kind of attention…
Throwing shots at these guys is like shooting fish in a barrel, but why should that spoil the fun?
Just stumbled across this debut release from the Rappers I Know blog’s new label, which is the latest instrumental project dealing with the breakdown of his relationship with his daughter’s mother, based around the Marvin Gaye album of the same name, from former K-Otix’s producer The ARE, who’s previously blessed us with Manipulated Marauders and Dem Damb Jacksons.
Dallas and Rafi investigate the best place to catch a feed near the 207th Street (Inwood) A train station New York City.
Here’s a vaulted Combat Jack Show episode which talks about the “Golden Era” of Rap Blogging, if there actually was such a thing (Unkut Dot Com mention around the 37 minute mark). It’s also apparent that LA-based rap scribe Jeff Weiss is 100 miles and running from being ready for membership to the Conservative Rap Coalition with that unruly hairstyle and flannel shirt combo.
Pass the pacifier.
Dallas and Rafi scope out the best grub near the Jay Street – Metrotech A train station in New York City. Great to see that the fellas are sticking to CRC-approved attire with the polo and rugby steez on deck.
The InternetS most trusted husky diners give us the scoop on West 4th Street subway station grub spots.
Trinidad James trolled New York rap. Why do they keep taking the bait?
Boycotting Rap Dummy will make you more attractive to women and give you six years good luck.
I was axed a few questions about rap and Unkut…
Rafi and Dallas find out the best spots to grub when riding the A train.
Continuing our highly scientific research, Marco Polo rates two more brands against his beloved Newport and the ultimate smoke champion is announced. Also features cameo’s from Jean Grae, richdirection and various gals who were hanging out at ‘The Rub’.
This week I purchased my first digital release ever. Cue comments involving “Fuck Mp3’s!” and “Vinyl Forever!”.
The Bland MC continues his reign of crippling mediocrity outchea…
Complex compiled a list of who Rap InternetS consider their favorite rapper dudes (and dames, as it turns out). I did my duty as a CRC representative and explained why KGR is the nicest on mic devices and all that stuff, because clearly no one else was going to.