Twitter beef of the week goes to a girl on girl exchange between Azealia Banks and 90's soul singing legend Erykah Badu. Erkyah answers 'tried', when asked by a fan if she's ever listened to Banks' music, whilst Banks' response, 'Jealousy', is typical playground behaviour. Azealia later shows she has nothing in the closet but nastiness. Team Badu forever and always.
We need us some of these...
'People had love for him wherever he went, because he's the great Jay Dee. He decided to spend some time in the city with us and we are all better for it'
J Dilla's close friends give us an insight in to the mind of genius...
J Dilla was and still is considered one of the greatest Hip Hop producers of our time. This man's production skills brought us some of the most influential Hip Hop records of the 90's from the likes of The Pharcyde, Slum Village, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes and Janet Jackson, to name but a few. Even posthumously contributing to Hip Hop tracks such as Joey Bada$$' 'Like Me' and Mos Def's 'History', it is understood that there are numurous files of Dilla beats that his estate allow rappers like Joey Bada$$ to choose from, oh how we would love to get our hands on these!
To celebrate J Dilla's life and music our resident DJ Mister Bounce compiled a collection of these infamous Dilla beats.
We're back for the next episode on Friday 28th November, same spot in Islington, House of Wolf. Guestlist details to be released soon.
A Tribe Called Quest used the term bonita applebum to describe a woman whose quest in life is to make guys feel like men, by putting them on. These bonita applebums are the best of both worlds by being passive and authoritive