Scoopy Giles

Scoopy Giles, the “fifth Beatle or the sixth Jackson or the invisible fourth Tony! Toni! Toné! also named Tony” interviewed by Nancy Grace (one of my least favorite people on earth)  Also check out the video for his single Dumplin Butt.


Hip-Hop Honors 2009

VH1’s Hip Hop Honors is back with its sixth installment of the award show which premieres Tuesday October 13th at 9 o’clock.  For the 3rd time Tracy Morgan will host the show and for that reason alone it is must see television. 

This year the show however they will be switching it up and honoring Def Jam records for the labels 25th aniversary.  Eminem, Young Jeezy, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Ludacris, DMX, Mary J. Blige, Redman, The Roots, Method Man, ONYX, Public Enemy, Warren G, Kid Rock, Chris Rock, Jimmy Fallon, Brett Ratner, Trey Songz, Ja Rule, and Scarface are all scheduled to either perform or present at this years ceremony.  As always HHTT will be covering the event.

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Timbo King, Hell Razah & Tragedy Khadafi

R.A. The Rugged Man teamed up with members of the Black Market Militia (Tragedy Khadafi, Hell Razah & Timbo King) for The Renaissance a few years back and will also be featured on his upcoming Legendary Classics Volume 1 due out 10-27-09.

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Hell Razah, Timbo King & Tragedy Khadafi

Funny Vlog from Mr. Crustified Dibbs where he does his best Joe Budden impersonation, touches on how the music industry has Hip-Hop all fucked up, racist e-mails, Lil Wayne being over-rated and name dropping. 

RUN DMC inducted to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Man I’m so grateful I got to see all three of them live back in 99 at the Worcester Centrum and I’m definitely gonna be DMC for Halloween this year.  Eminem welcomed the duo into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday night (april 4th)  

Run DMC has so many hits it’s difficult to narrow it down but if you turn this one up to ten, I’m sure you will agree this might be the hardest record ever.  Rock Box is from Run DMC’s first and self-titled album back in 1984 

Beats to the Rhyme is taken from 88’s Tougher Than Leather and features the Beastie Boys own DJ Hurricane jumping around with Jam Master Jay behind the turntables. 

Goddamn that DJ made my day. 

Shark Attack Time Baby – Ian Edwards

I first saw Ian Edwards back in the day when he was on Def Comedy Jam, he has also been a writer on Saturday Night Live, MTV’s The Lyricist Lounge and cartoon networks Boondocks.  Below is a clip of Ian doing his thing last year on Diddy’s Bad Boys Of Comedy which had me rolling.