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Kane is by far one of the most requested MC’s people always suggest, no demand, we cover. And we couldn’t be more thrilled that Kane blessed us with an interview.

We initially planned to talk to Kane about recording his classic 1988 debut, “Long Live The Kane” but it quickly dawned on me that we should make the most of our time with Kane, so instead of setting up a future interview to discuss his other classic album “It’s a Big Daddy Thing”, let’s just knock it all out at once.

Thankfully the most influential and finest rapper of all time was in for the trip down memory lane. Needless to say we couldn’t wait to hear Kane talk about creating some of the genre’s most defining songs. I know, neither can you, so I’ll skip the overview of Kane’s career and let him tell you in his own words. – Alex (via NWSO)

HHHTerry Benedicts’,

No pussy footin.  Let’s get it in.

Remember what happened to throwbacks after Jay and Pharrell did ‘Change Clothes’?  Let’s hope and pray that Jay still bares the same clout as he once did and allows the few T-Pain’s to ride their lane out and remind everyone else to stay OUT of it.

This tune is retarded….not cause of any particular flow but just for the sake of the message.  And c’mon….NO I.D. ON THE TRACK!!!!  Hands up to Jay and Kanye for keeping a legend working and relevant and acknowledging their roots.  At no point should anyone forget what this man’s done for Hip-Hop.*

*….and if you don’t know….go cop yourself Common’s 1994 joint ‘Ressurection’ for some education.  And after that, grab the NO I.D. & Dug Infinite joint from ’97 – (super rare collector’s item for diggers everywhere).

Anyway, no more nothin!  Song and interview.  Get IT!

Jay-Z – D.O.A. (Death of Autotune)


Q-Tip on Auto-Tune (sorry…couldn’t figure out the embed)

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Bobby Ray on Auto-Tune

And a final reminder that it only takes one to start a revolution.  WATCH THE WHOLE THING!

Be well world.

It’s Saturday Folk. Get it in!

Triple. – Day 5 of the PPFilm Festival happening now!

Sorry bout the 2 day hiatus folks – food was gettin ate, meetings were gettin met, and livers were punished by Santa for being on the naughty list.   But we’re back and the Effect is Full.

First things first…new music.

As everyone’s gettin jacked for Notorious and still geeked off Jay, Kanye and Santogold’s contribution, I bring you some new soundtrack cuts that Mister Cee premiered over the weekend.

(Disclaimer – The qualities not great and Mister Cee’s all over it, but the dope is still there.)

Jadakiss – Letter to B.I.G. (Feat. Faith Evans)
Notorious B.I.G. – Microphone Murderer (Unreleased from Biggie’s FIRST Demo tape)

Next up, some more from Braggadocious Big Brother and Heartbroken Little Brother. I was contemplating whether or not to post this cause DJ Khaled is NOT the Best (as his over confident Tourette’s would have you believe) but I figured some of you may still wanna hear it anyways.

DJ Khaled – Go Hard Remix Feat. Jay-Z, Kanye West & T-Pain.

And as I proclaimed on Friday, it’s D’at time of year again (for me)…so this time, D’Angelo, during his Brown Sugar days, doin a cover of one of my favorite tunes by one of the dopest EVER EVER, Mr. Bill Withers.

D’Angelo – Use Me


And Finally, remembrance of an icon.
Eartha Kitt (January 17, 1927 – December 25, 2008)

Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby

Be good to your fam.

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September 2020