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Friday, November 5, 2010

So Long and Thanks for All the Tags

Our new website launched today (check it out: CLICK HERE), and as a result, this will be our last post on Blogger.  

We felt it was important to have one location for various content:  info about the studio, our services, blog posts, etc., so rather than traipse around the internet managing site after site, we opted for a site that would allow us to feature all relevant info conveniently at one destination.

It's not you, Blogger, it's us.  It was fun while it lasted, and we'll always cherish the good times, but we gotta move on if we're going to evolve...isn't that what you want for us?  To be happy?  To grow?  LOL

Anyway, thanks to every and any body who has stopped by to read our posts.  From now own, please click the aforementioned link to get more.  Or better yet, click the subscribe button on the new site and get posts from us via email!

Our dedicated url should be effective on the new site in a matter of days, and we'll continue to add new features and content as the conversion process rolls on.

Here's to change.


Thursday, November 4, 2010

Throwback Thursdays #3: "Holla Holla"

A few weeks ago, Wes and I started participating in this thing on Twitter called "Throwback Thursdays."  Basically, after one of our many conversations about the current state of music and taking into consideration the large percentage of what we consider "wack, unbearable, bull$#!" that's out there today, we realized that there was music from the early 2000s that we didn't give a fair chance back in its time; yeah we may have slept on it, but only because the bar was set really high back then, or at least it seemed to be.  Another generation, a different time zone.

So in retrospect, after listening to several popular records from the "aughties," we have a newfound appreciation for them- thus, our version of "Throwback Thursday" was born.  Previous inductees include Ja Rule & Ashanti's "Down 4 U," and 112's "Anywhere."  This week, I'm bringing it back to The Inc. with Ja Rule's 1999 debut single, "Holla Holla."  This dude just had sick energy on the mic and on camera and his hooks were solid and conistent.  It's murdaaaaa! 

Ja slam dancing on the 6-4 circa 1999

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

“King Hammer:” Better Run (Jay-Z Diss) Video

...I'm really at a loss; this video inspires the same curious, speechless awe I suppose you'd have while witnessing a car accident or church fire.  Whatcha say, Hammer, "Proper?"

Monday, November 1, 2010

Beyonce: 'I Am...World Tour' DVD Trailer

If there was ever a reason to put the words "colossal" and "epic" in the same sentence, this may be it.