Sunday, December 27, 2009


Kinda reminds me of my fav movie JUICE......

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Slum VCillage "DA Night"

THE REBUTTLE KRS ONE aka Santa feat Kobe and LeBron

Monday, December 21, 2009


Thursday, December 10, 2009

Top $ Raz DEAD! music video

Meeting Top Dolla Raz was kind of weird because those who know me well know I love under ground music...Because I'm a underground artist I heard his music before I had the opportunity to meet him and I thought it was really dope from the approximately 12:00 today he released a video from his album Spilled Milk and this folks is that video check it out and enjoy


Wednesday, December 9, 2009

KID CUDI - Pursuit of Happiness (video)

Its funny im tired of people calling KID CUDI wack this dude is really dope.....If you compare him to all these other dudes that clog the air waves....HE's BRILLIANT....Cudi doesnt have your typical hip-hop style he infuses some of everything just like many other artist do....and that PERFECTLY FINE....he's an ARTIST and that's WHAT ARTIST DO! I like Kid Cudi and I hope he exceeds beyond everyone expectations of him peace

Tupac Interview on FUSE!

Timberland feat Drake - Say Something

First time seeing this video and I really like the combination of Drake and Tmberland....Really dope track video is awsome...Good shit Kudos to them

Mos Def Supermagic = Super Dopeness

Friday, December 4, 2009






Monday, November 23, 2009


Dremur TV Episode 1

Friday, November 20, 2009

Pastor.Manning (WHY?????)

For those who know my full name (Andre Manning) this instantly caught my attention....not what he was talking about but his LAST NAME!!!! Dope-ness people share this last name always have power words to speak....check it out

Gym Class Hereos - Live A Little

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Black Dynamite Contest

So I was on twitter the other day and I came across @Chaundon tweets and he was talking about this contest to help promote his project The Black Dynamite and he was also trying to recruit new follower for his website(dopeness)....those who know me know I support all hip-hoppers no matter white green purple....male female...straight gay or bi-sexual we all in this grind together at least that's how i feel....and the more we open to help each other the more opportunities that will I'm a let Chaundon from take it from here :

____________________________ ____________________________

I thought about the BLACK DYNAMITE contest and I felt its a bit unfair to the people who supported me early to be out of the runnings to the $1000 prize since I was looking for the 5,000th customer & the 10,000th follower. So I'm going to amend the rules in order to make it fair to everybody!!

So here it is:

I'm still looking for the 5,000th customer to buy BLACK DYNAMITE from When we reach the 5,000th customer he/she will win $1,000 then I will have a live lottery drawing on to choose another winner for the $1,000.00 cash prize. The contest ends December 25, 2009 and the drawing will be on December 26, 2009 @ 8pm est

For contest #2

I am looking for the 10,000 customer to become a follower to my new site

Here's the twist, I will have two lottery's!! When we reach 5,000 members I will give out
$500 to the winner. Then when we reach 10,000 members I will have another lottery and award the next winner $500!


Fair enough??



So many people complain about REAL HIP-HOP not getting the shine it should well this is your and my opportunity to support REAL HIP-Hop.

If your a support of Dremur and my movement then supporting Chaundon is definitely the right path lets go people sign up for that website cop the album and try to when some paper.....

ARTISTIC PEOPLE UNITE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eternity Fly Co Sign: Sev Da Producer mixtape

Usually I'm not into gangsta hip-hop but when placed nicely over Sev's beats it all came together and was very enjoyable...I loved the giddiness of Ransom's track "Big Wheels" but he could have saved the southern slang for them southern folk. "Monsta" by Sic Osyrus, Emilio Rojas, Nico The Beast, French Montana was definitly dope I'm familiar with Emilio while everyone else it was my first time hearing them, everyone did there thing lyrically so that was a ++++

A stand out track for me would have to be the " Female takeover" I remember when Sev was looking for female artist I tried to get my home girl Epiphany Blu on it but he never hit me back (#fail)...But even with out her on the track it was nothing but straight lyrical flows....(NICE)

"400 shoots" was reminiscent of snoop doggs murder was the case that they gave me intro mixed with a new york hard hitting drum vibe. When it came to story mode Sev recruited the right cats for "Twist of Fate" definitely kept me entertained.

Production wise Sev put it down pretty well hard hitting drums, dope samples and some really dope composed beats looking forward to hear his next project. Haven't downloaded your copy of Sev's new mixtape...well hurry up and click the link support hip-hop music...

----Peace Love and Prosperity

Rising Above The Violence

So this morning I woke up and I found myself watching the news for the first time in a long ass time.....and I actually saw something very interesting but extremely sad...Can't remember the details to the T but feel free to do the research...

A young girl was hit in the cross fire of a shoot out in the Mott Haven area of the Bronx 2 other people were hit as well....and then later on that evening a couple was shot while sitting in a car. And now there will be this non-violence rally,I also heard that 106 and Park had like a non-violence special and Jeremih spoke to the teens...that was all fine and dandy but being honest folks how can we stop something that the United States of America was created off..

Violence is a disease that has been spread for years its a bigger epidemic than the flu,bigger than the AIDS virus. For years people have been trying to stop it, yet we invade countries we still have police officers abusing their power and so many dysfunctional traits that lead to more VIOLENCE...

While it seems okay to use gangs, drug, and hip-hop as a scape goat for why there is so much violence in the streets its really not. No matter what you use as a reason for war, reasons for attacking an unarmed person no matter what race or creed that is still a act of violence....

Standing up and saying that we need to stop violence in our community rises above the urban neighborhoods we reside in, its time we stand on the step of City Hall and fuck being political we need to be real about it and face the facts...Just because I'm living a positive lifestyle doesn't mean that the next guy wont take my life....LETS GET IT TOGETHER

Now I'm not acting for use to have a modern day Utopia but lets be serious somethings need to change....They stopped spraying us with water a long time ago and turned it into floods of bullet shells, racial slurs, subliminal racism and hate amongst our selves....

----Peace Love Prosperity

Bleach, Nip. Tick: The White Beauty Myth

I started watching this on and it really started to make me think, if you think about the recent pictures of baseball great Sammy Sosa. The pictures of Michael Jackson and how their skin was altered to look more white.

While many will believe this comes from white people who make these people of color feel inferior please....try again, because celebrities aren't the only ones who want to be lighter..... Or even have their bodies altered to seem more "European white approved"....

Their are plenty of dark skin people who feel that with lighter skin they will become more accepted by society, they feel that more options will open up for them they feel that they would become more accepted.

In my eyes this is sad to see because I'm dark skin and would never want to alter my skin for no circumstance what so ever......Watch the video drop you thoughts on this situations....
There's so much more i can talk about but I rather have you guys watch the video and drop comments

----Peace Love and Prosperity

B.o.B No Man's Land

-Dope nothing more to say

Top 5 Rappers Alive: Dylan

Couldn't watch this video with out thinking about this

LOL this shit is hilarious remember when he chokes Wyclef LOL....."Your getting to close man"

The Return of Sonic AKA Charles Hamilton

I was just talking about this dude with my homie Yc the Cynic pretty dope to see that this dude is making his return back to the scene

Monday, November 16, 2009

NEW MUSIC/Video : Dremur X Thoughtz X Wordspit

So late last night i decided to record some new freestyle material can't have enough of that the first part of my freestyle is really a freestyle nothing was written for that one....
I WENT STRAIGHT OFF THE DOME SON!!!! (LOL)....the second joint was a joint a did a while a simple boom pap drum pattern....enjoy

My boy Thoughtz came thru to Dre's Crib Studio(s) and recorded this dope ass freestyle over Kayne West "Say You Will" check it out!!!!

Last but Not Least the homie WORDSPIT X Shorty Pop Lights Camera Action....and a very attractive female NICE!!!! peep the video

Wordspit say's:

"My homie Chandler over @ ShortyPop Posted this SEX SEX SEX Photoshoot, with Miss Chantal on YouTube. Notice the song in the background is LCA off the Coolest BBoi Stance!!!! WE THE ILLESTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!

P.S I need an introduction Mannnn lol."

Sunday, November 8, 2009



I honestly believe this song is well over due for release......This record is pretty dope a lot of my family friends love this record...and my male friends think its pretty freaking dope....well at least the word play i present to you another song from For the Love of Dilla "Mr.Edible feat. Mr.Geronimo"


Peace Love Prosperity


Monday, November 2, 2009

Eternity Fly Co-Sign

Whats going on everyone this is the return of The Eternity Fly Co-Sign....for those who have no clue what Eternity Fly is that is my clothing line that I'm still looking for sponsors so that I can get that up and running....but anyways on to what i am writing this Blog post for....

During this past year i have had a very great opportunity to come across two very great artist that I am really proud of calling my friends.....

The first artist I would like to introduce you to goes by the name of A.T.M
Hailing from the borough of Queens, Nyc I had the divine opportunity to meet ATM and his fellow green
teams members during his first interview on my internet radio show The Corner on f DTF Radio .

Since then ATM has been steadily on his grind, scouring many different interviews doing many different shows, along with success comes many haters but ATM proved that he's got it in a "bag" (inside)

Now I am proud to announce that ATM will be dropping a new project soon and he also will be having a album release party hosted by DTF Radio own Miss stacy

I'm advising you guys get familiar with ATM because he is steadily on his grind....

Follow @ATM on twitter



Street Socialite Interview

This next artist what in a few words "goes bang bang bang" hailing from New Jersey, Nyc's sister state Sah Diggity aka Sah Boogie or simply SAHRIL !

I had the opportunity to meet Sahril through my friend and fellow Starvin Rebels group member Epiphany Blue...and from the moment I spoke to him I knew he was hands down a dope MC!....and that says a lot from a first time meeting.

A while back he drop a project
The Wet.Plug.Trip EP and as much support as Sahril has shown for me thus far I Lebron James jumped at the opportunity to help Sah promote this project.

So tonight ladies and gentle men i bring you a free download of Sahril's Ep

Sahril Presents The Wet.Plug.Trip EP

Check out the album and dont be affraid to drop hit say up on twitter @Theonenonlysah
on twitter

Sahril Single "Bang"

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Hop Da Great Feat Microphone Bully - Bigger than L.I.F.E

Nice promo video by my dude @HopDaGreat

Peace Love Prosperity

The Rebel The Poet The MC
check it out leave a comment

Sunday, September 27, 2009

UPDATE: Dremur Present's....

Sooo on this Sunday evening i bring to you new music to download for FREE yes please please spread the word.....

I'm calling out to all my people I need your help to get these songs out to the mass....

check out the songs download them forward them to all of your friends and please please comment...

subscribe to my blog....

Dremur_Galaxy For the Love of Dilla


Thursday, September 24, 2009

Story Of Rebel

“– Nothing more than a moon amongst a constellation of star “

Dremur - Why

“Grind till the sunshine” a simple phrase that means a lot to a young Bronx breed MC, who doesn’t desire the glitz and the glam of the industry. He’s satisfied with being heard. Raised by a single parent Dremur has been dealt his fare share of dilemmas unlike many of his close friends and peers he choose to rise above. His fear of pursuing a music career soon subsided after meeting Donny Goines, an underground MC steady on the rise, who gave him some wise words…”no matter how tired or lazy you feel if you want something you go for it no matter what”. Those words have remained embedded in his mind ever since.

Dremur is humble and down to earth and feels the simple things in life are the best things in life. He loves all things that are artistic from dance, painting, and singing. Dremur understands that music as a career choice can be a very challenging journey but with the right support and the right connections he is ready and willing to face all hurdles.

Dremur is also one fourth of hip-hop group Starvin Rebels, along with J.Haz, Mr. Geronimo and Epiphany Blu. Constantly referred to Kanye for his appearance, Lupe for his flow and Common for his word play, Dremur remains level headed and looks at these artists as people who have created a platform for him to follow.

Although the market is full of dance songs and poppy beats with auto-tuned hooks, his outlook on the game still remains the same. The cliché line would be that Dremur is a breath of fresh air, but to be honest he doesn’t feel that way. “I’m more reminiscent of what was, a reminder to the older cats and real hip-hop heads that lyrical craftsmanship still exist”. He is unsure of where his career will go as an artist but he is an avid believer if you can’t get in one way then you better find another.

If you have not yet heard of Dremur you soon will, as he continues to grind until his name is a common name on the hip-hop scene. As a writer of feel good music, a lover of art, and all around great guy, Dremur has the motivation, determination, talent and charisma to reach his dream and turn it into a reality. Currently Dremur is working on his first EP, For the Love of Dilla which is slated for electronic release February 2010. He is also working with his group, Starvin Rebels on their debut project as well.

“As an artist I just love the fact that my music could possible make someone feel good, and become motivated to take it to the next level. That’s what I want for people, to find peace, love, and prosperity. That’s why I say that at the end of all my messages because I’m searching for it and so should all my people”

Monday, September 21, 2009

Run Chris Brown Tonight


Sunday, September 20, 2009

Soul Sister (A Women's Worth)

African Queen Pictures, Images and Photos

What is a woman's worth??? A question that many men wonder and say they understand and know the exact value of a women, but do they? Do these men really understand the value of these women. Well I'm not going to say they all do but a large proportion of them do, now I'm not going to sit here and pretend that I'm le professionnel when it comes to woman but i do know how they should be treated, well at least i think I know....this here is my testament on what I feel a woman's worth is....

While it may seem cliche to say a woman is worth more than any amount of currency this dysfunctional country can produce it is obviously true. We have all heard of with out a strong woman by a man's side he can not be successful. Now I know i have raised a few eye brows among those MACHO MEN little boys who feel they don't "NEED NO BITCH" ....but lets be real folks if you don't have a girlfriend you love, there is definitely still a woman you love (mother, granny, aunt, daughter etc). And these woman inspire you to do great things point, blank, period....Most woman are viewed as gold diggers, scandalous hoes, skanks, smut and sooooo much more....But are they really all these things....

To me a woman is the gateway to all things possible....yeah it takes two to to to to have her vagina stretched out in order for this future leader to be brought into this world...and one so called "real man" to verbally slap that woman down and degrade her to be labeled a hoar...Wrong in so many ways....

I feel that no woman should have to go through such things but realistically they do....To me a woman's worth is matter shape, size or creed there isn't any estimated value that you can place on a woman....This country was built on the backs of black men who were determined to make things right for their black women...someone tell this black man where did that determination go??? I'm not saying that we should all hail to the queen but mothers day , anniversaries birthday, and valentines day shouldn't be the only days we cater to our women...

Yeah they piss you off at times and you can't stand being around them but lets keep it real when you found that soul sister that holds you down and when i say hold you down i don't mean she will scrap for you I mean three-hundred and sixty degrees....she holds you down...she is more than someone you sling dick to......She is your air you are her trees.....she is your moon you are her ocean tide....

Understanding the true value of a woman takes alot and even to this day I's still learning...we do our dirt, truth be told there is nothing more greater than finding your soul sister....i think I found mine :-)....Treat that woman special because understand this ever DOG gets his bone BUT every BITCH won't bite....respect that woman understand that woman....and that woman will show you that all things is possible

With that said Peace Love and Prosperity

~~~~the rebel the poet the mc

Friday, September 18, 2009

Best Article Ever!!!! : Def Poetry

Are you a hip-hop fan who can’t tell assonance from alliteration? An English major who doesn’t know Biggie from Tupac? Adam Bradley’s “Book of Rhymes” is the crash course for you. The book — essentially English 101 meets Hip-Hop Studies 101 — is an analysis of what Bradley calls “the most widely disseminated poetry in the history of the world”: rap, which he rightly says “is poetry, but its popularity relies in part on people not recognizing it as such.”

Ebet Roberts/Redferns

Melle Mel, left, and Grandmaster Flash, 1983.


The Poetics of Hip Hop

By Adam Bradley

248 pp. Basic Civitas Books. Paper, $16.95

Bradley, who teaches literature at Clare­mont McKenna College in California, distinguishes himself from the growing glut of hip-hop scholars by writing a book about rap, as opposed to hip-hop: not a study of the culture or a history of the movement, but a formalist critique of lyrics — almost an anachronistic effort in the era of cultural ­studies. Like so much work in the genre, though, it’s by and for the already-sold: those interested enough to care whether 50 Cent’s rhymes are monosyllabic or disyllabic, invested enough to wonder why rappers prefer similes to metaphors (because similes “shine the spotlight on their subject more directly than do metaphors,” Bradley says).

To that end, the first half of the book is a triumph of jargon-free scrutiny. Bradley takes on rhythm — from the Greek rheo, meaning “flow,” which is apt: flow is what rappers possess — and dissects rap’s “dual rhythmic relationship,” its marriage of rhymes and beats (with the beat defined as “poetic meter rendered audible”). Next comes rhyme: “the music M.C.’s make with their mouths.” “A skillfully rendered rhyme strikes a balance between expectation and novelty” — e.g., “My grammar pays like Carlos Santana plays,” per Lauryn Hill — and for rappers, rhyme “provides the necessary formal constraints on their potentially unfettered poetic freedom.” The chapter entitled “Wordplay” is the strongest, and that’s appropriate, since play is what hip-hop does best. We’re treated to lyric upon juicy lyric — not just from the usual suspects, to Bradley’s credit — filled with similes, conceits, personification, even onomatopoeia (“Woop! Woop! That’s the sound of da police,” KRS-One rapped).

But the rest of the book disappoints. There are labored discussions of style, that mélange of voice, technique and content; of storytelling (rap has its screenwriters, investigative reporters, memoirists, children’s authors and spiritualists, Bradley notes); and of signifying, otherwise known as swagger, derived from African-American oral traditions like the dozens and the toasts. The author delivers unrevelatory revelations: “All rappers are poets; whether they are good poets or bad poets is the only question.” And he asks questions — “Can rap be both good business and good poetry?”“Why is braggadocio so vital to the art form?” — that have long since been answered by others.

Throughout, Bradley draws surprising connections. Langston Hughes’s 1931 poem “Sylvester’s Dying Bed” is set alongside Ice-T’s classic gangsta track “6 ’n the Mornin’ ”; they employ the same form, and both make ample use of the vernacular. Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” is analogous in structure and story­telling style to the Sugarhill Gang’s landmark “Rapper’s Delight.” Robert Browning’s portentous dramatic monologues are akin to Eminem’s. And the Brooklyn rapper Fabolous’s brusque style earns comparisons to John Skelton’s chain rhyming — which might as well be hip-hop, 16th-century style: “Tell you I chyll, / If that ye wyll / A whyle be styll, / Of a comely gyll / That dwelt on a hyll.” Such parallels are vital to Bradley’s central claim: “The best M.C.’s . . . deserve consideration alongside the giants of American poetry. We ignore them at our own expense.”

But who’s the “we” here? Bradley wants to legitimize rap by setting it in a canonical context, but aren’t we past the point of justifying it? True, CNN is clueless enough to ask, as it did on a 2007 program, “Hip-Hop: Art or Poison?” But no one is really still debating whether hip-hop is a bona fide art form. “Rap rhymes are often characterized as simplistic,” writes Bradley, who admits to finding himself “in the position of defending the indefensible, of making the case to excuse the coarse language and the misogynistic mes­sages.” He needn’t try so hard; in his tone of unwarranted protectiveness, he seems to forget that hip-hop now earns highbrow props worldwide. After three decades, it doesn’t require a defense attorney.

Baz Dreisinger, an assistant professor of English at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is the author of “Near Black: White-to-Black Passing in American Culture.”

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