Tuesday, 30 June 2009
it was clear for all to see that Drake isn't 'as amazing' as we all first thought...when his album drops will anyone care? Will everyone have moved onto the next 'next best thing?
Monday, 29 June 2009
Here are the highlights we could get our grubby little mitts on:
Harsh crowd right? Technical faults happen people! N.E.R.D won em' over in the end.
Glastonbury 2010 - no fail!
Here are the highlights from the show and believe it was hard to find the gems as the twitters are a hard bunch to please!?? lol
(Shout out to Double O (Kidz In The Hall) and Vula for their tweets! Bare jokes!
Re Keith Sweat
Double O - "He sings like autotune is always on"
Vula - "Singing like any uncle @ some wedding - 80's baby"
For full coverage go to BET Awards 09
Friday, 26 June 2009
OH.... And also hit me on the twitter: http://www.twitter.com/skvibemakers and the facebook: http://www.facebook.com/skvibemakers
Support Sean Klarke Vibemakers with your requests and shouts through text (88111) and emails (firstname.lastname@example.org)... I will NOT be picking up my personal mobile during the show lol....
R.I.P Michael Jackson
Standard! Do what it says innit? Shout out to my boy Sean Klarke! Good Luck, dude! You don't need it though! ;) We'll be locked in and locked on!
Ife means LOVE in the Yoruba language. This musical, full of humour and heart, fuses music, rap, song and dance to explore the themes of love, separation, forgiveness and hope. It’s a metaphor for the relationship between Africa and part of the African Diaspora.
Written by Breis (Hip Hop lyricist), Music composed and performed by Dele Sosimi (Former Fela Kuti musician) and dance pieces by Christine Oshunniyi (Dancer and actress). Tickets cost £8 (£5 concession) and also includes entry to 1968: The Year That Never Ended.
Friday 26 June,
Renaissance one presents a poetry and music one-person show written by and starring Adisa that explores one of the most profound years of the 20th century - 1968 - and its relationship to now. With a theme of Revolution it explores the voices and movements of 68, drawing inspiration from the Folk, Reggae, Soul, Afrobeat and Pop music of the time. Adisa will explore the power of the collective voice and its effect on politics, religion, culture and artistic expression. With special guest musician Randolph Matthews. Performance poet Adisa is a favorite on the UK scene - from festivals to pubs and from Buckingham Palace to schools. Tickets include entry to Ife – A Nigerian Love Story.
Wednesday, 24 June 2009
This might be featured on the album and it's titled 'IT'S NOT MY FAULT' and produced by The Neptunes.
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
Right now, @iammarkRonson is going at it with @PerezHilton. Personally I think it's off to ban Daniel etc., when your beef is with Mark. Plus any man who had slewed my sister in public the way Perez has, better not even TRY to talk to me on Twitter. Hell no!
Here's the highlights.
@iamMarkRonson Can we get rid of Wale on "Change" for the U.S. release of @DanMerriweather's album? Pretty please.
@PerezHilton um, could you get rid of my twitter address instead please? cheersabout 1 hour ago from web in reply to PerezHilton
@iamMarkRonson Ok.39 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@iamMarkRonson And that wasn't meant as a bitchy remark. I truly think the song would b better without Wale. Just looking out 4 Merriweather36 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@PerezHilton pardon me but you have made a career out of picking on teenagers, lesbians, etc. congrats, you can now add rappers to that list19 minutes ago from web in reply to PerezHilton
@iamMarkRonson Correct. And that's also given me a platform to talk about a lot of amazing musicians and expose them to millions of people.12 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@ iamMarkRonson It's cool, boo. I unfollowed you. And I'll make sure to never mention @DanMerriweather again on my site. Because...12 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@iamMarkRonson Not only am I fat, ugly, unfunny, stupid and a cunt, but I'm also petty.11 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@iamMarkRonson I will try and keep abreast out of who your other artists are too, so I never mention them as well!11 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
@iamMarkRonson P.S. You're an overrated hack! (We have a lot in common!) xoxo10 minutes ago from web in reply to iamMarkRonson
We don't know the full story on this but apparently Perez was talking pure hype trash talk on Will I Am and the BEP on his site and Will told him to stop but Perez couldn't hear so he must feel!! (Can we just add - does Will not deserve a dissing for his 'appearance' in Wolverine? We're just saying!)
A lesson learned, wethinks...put it down to experience, Perez and remember the world is small, you WILL come face to face with your 'diss-ee's' eventually...
Monday, 22 June 2009
SMS support - BlackBerry devices are finally getting threaded SMS support.
PIN barcode scanning - Rather than find your PIN and reading or sending it, you will be able to scan a barcode to get the PIN. Just press the barcode option and another BlackBerry with a camera can scan it.
Backup/Restore Messenger list to microSD card —This is going to be huge, especially for people who change devices a lot.
Avatar support — set your own avatar using the Camera or saved photo on your device (this is displayed locally as well as shown next to your Messenger name on your friend’s buddy list).
GPS location integration — you can now set permissions so friends can always see your location, have to request it each time, or never can see it.
Proximity sensor — we’re guessing this will let you know if you’re within a certain distance of friends (pending, of course, you’re both set to share locations freely with each other).
Set conversation subjects — this will allow you to organize your convos on the main Messenger screen and label them with subjects to keep track of all your conversations.
Home screen support — you can pin/sticky actual Messenger contacts directly to the home screen for easy access!
Iphone - back to the drawing board perhaps???
Friday, 19 June 2009
Thursday, 18 June 2009
Welcome, one and all to the new movie review section on LxEnts. LxEnts are lucky to have struck a deal with good old Orange (you may know it as Orange Wednesdays) whereby we spend shite loads on our monthly bill and in return on a Wednesday, when we buy a full priced ticket we get
lol oh and we mustn't forget the buy one get one free at Pizza Express...better than a kick in the teeth hey?
Anyhoo, yesterday the LxEnts team went on down to catch the new Danny Dyer and Noel Clarke movie 'Doghouse'. In one word - 'Genius'!
'Doghouse is centred around a group of mates having a 'lad's weekend away' in order to cheer up one of the guys who is in the midst of a painful divorce. Mikey (played by Clarke) decides they should go to a town called 'Moodley' known for being, quite frankly a 'shit hole' as his nan has a house there and will be away for 2 weeks. From the moment the lads arrive, it's quite clear there is something seriously wrong with this place. What do you know? It's the 'women'. Cue zombie, axe-wielding, man-hating women, blood, guts, gore and laughs for the next hour and thirty mins!
Directed by Jake West and written by Dan Schaffer, the comedic timing and irony throughout the film is nothing short of perfect. The chemistry between the actors is honest and Dyer proves that he is more than capable of stepping away from the 'East End Gangster role' to play an arrogant yet loveable scallywag who gets whats coming to him more than once yet still never really learns his lesson.
Doghouse HAS to be experienced on the big screen to be enjoyed to its maximum potential. This has got to be the first movie I've seen, period, where shouting out loud at the screen is totally acceptable and laughter isn't just a lousy attempt to show you got the joke!
Doghouse gets 5 Lynx out of 5 for being thoroughly entertaining!
Check out the official website here
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
and our BOY DAPO ADEOLA - the sickest cartoonist and illustrator around! PAINTING LIVE, yeh like in REAL TIME! Too much
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
First up - Skepta!
WILEY / LIE! a 'friendly' hey?
and especially this!
We all thought...'He ain't gonna last, WE HOPE!' Ice T tried to start the demise of the Soulja Boy movement and for a minute our lil Superman was nowhere to be seen and we all started to breathe easy comfortable in the knowledge that Hip Hop was 'saved'.
Can someone then please explain how/when the heezy THIS happened??
Soulja boy is credible!!?!! Metaphorically like the transition from caterpillar to butterfly! It's a good look because now we get tracks like this:
Moral of the story...what appears and sounds like a one hit wonder isn't always what it seems!
Weep at your peril!
Monday, 15 June 2009
This is the lead single from Glasses Malone highly anticipated Beach Cruiser album which will be hitting stores 18/8/2009 on Cash Money / Hoo Bangin Records. The new single from Lil Wayne and Mack 10's protegefeatures Rick Ross, T-Pain and Baby and is produced by Big D.
We like it...
01 - Manny Moscow - Growin Up
02 - Grandaddy Souf Speaks
03 - LATE Feat K-Rino - Living Dead
04 - Big Narstie - Hip Hops A Minor
05 - Stunna Boyz - Superstar0
06 - Lord Infamous, II Tone & T Rock Feat Chamillionaire - Love My Whip
07 - Chamillionaire Speaks
08 - Fat B - Man Out In Dallas
09 - Gonja - Another Dead Ni--a
10 - TBear - This Is All That Matters
11 - Throwed Minded Click - Hop N Da Chevy
12 - Manny Moscow Feat LATE - Wiv Da Brave
13 - Pink Gator - Beat Steady Knockin
14 - Streetz - Funds
15 - LATE - H.U.S.T.L.E.R
16 - LATE - Swang
17 - Manny Moscow - Warm Auras
18 - Mouths Of Da Souf - Candy Blue
19 - LATE Feat Willie D - Its Nothin (DJ Kreep Chopped & Screwed Mix)
20 - Manny Moscow - Outro
LATE’s back with another instalment of his well respected and long running mixtape series ‘Underground Exposure’. Exposing underground talent is something LATE has been doing for years as co-CEO of Wolftown Recordings and co-editor of Rago Magazine. LATE set the underground alight with his excellent ‘Below Street Level’ album which features the likes of Willie D from The Geto Boys, JT The Bigga Figga, K-Rino, KB Da Kidnappa, Geezy from Fendi Boys (Thizz World), Dope-E, Jai Boo and more. ‘Underground Exposure Volume 7’ sees LATE from Wolftown Recordings team up with London rapper Manny Moscow who is making serious moves with his debut mixtape with Tricksta and UK Runnings called ‘Live From The Kremlin’. This twenty track audio excursion that features a string of well known names such as K-Rino, Big Narstie, Lord Infamous, Chamillionaire, TBear, Mouths Of Da Souf, as well as some cutting edge new material from the likes of Gonja, Streetz, Pink Gator, Stunna Boyz, Fat B, Throwed Minded Click, as well as brand new exclusives from LATE and Manny Moscow. Fusing the UK with the South, this mixtape is already being bumped in various cities around the world and is an excellent enjoyable listen.
To download clickhere
Friday, 12 June 2009
We dread to think what the original was like...
What do you think?
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Prices starting at £5 with Fenchurch Friendly included!
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