HHTT Productions: HHTT Invades 91.3 WCUW Selective Hearing 7/10/09

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HHTT once again linked up with our fam over at 91.3 Selective Hearing to chop it up a bit. Selective Hearing has been cool enough to let us come through for the last few weeks and it’s much appreciated. T and Elijah Divine came through along with newcomer Prophecy who is also getting down with HHTT productions. On the show Cocaine Robots premiered 2 new tracks ( Sell Drugs (Cocaine) and Into Your Eyes) off the Hot Dogs & Coke (Coney Island Shit) Mixtape, Rev and Lex spoke on air about hulkhatetimetravel, and then we hit the streets! Peace to Kusto, Yohon DI and DJ Manipulator for having us through.

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Air Yeezy’s

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Nike and Kanye have teamed up to release a sneaker called the “Air Yeezy’s. Usually I don’t like when rappers endorse shoes cause they end up being a piece of pure shit but with Kanye I have a feeling this might actually be hot. Kanye has a good eye for fashion and hip getting up with Nike is pure brilliance, Ye is a sneaker head from the glory days like myself so I know he wont disappoint.

Peep the kicks in 3 color ways looking to drop around March 09’

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In The Shadow Of A Giant

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Sam Bowie will forever be known as the player drafted above Michael Jordan, and also one of the biggest bust. Sam was the logical pick for Portland no doubt, I mean they did draft a guard the previous year (Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler). Bowie averaged 10.5 ppg with the Trail Blazers but was injury prone so they traded him to New Jersey. In the shadow of the greatest NBA player of all time is there really anything that Sam could have done to shed more light onto himself??? Sadly I think not, it will go down as one of Portland’s biggest mistakes not drafting Jordan and we all remember when Jordan showed them why with his outstanding performance in the 1992 NBA Finals. 20042425_0c40bf9504mj_air_jordan_i

It Was 1989

The 1st picture is banned from Cleveland I believe but cherished in Chicago as one of the most celebrated moments in the history of “Jordan”. It was the 1989 Playoffs where this shot took place; Craig was actually having a pretty good game until the great one ended it all in stunning fashion with a shot over him from the foul line. When Michael placed that shot it seemed as if time froze and he stood in the air long enough to snap his wrist perfectly and release the final dagger into the Cleveland Cavs. Ehlo collapsed as if to say “what more could I have done??” NOTHING EHLO, There was nothing no one could have done.

 

Watch the classic shot