Ladies and Gentleman I am officially back in full effect and the timing couldn’t have been better. There are a couple of things I have planned and would like your guidance to help get my ideas into motion. With that being said I’m thinking of doing a weekly podcast (I won’t give away too much of the details but I will say you’ll be hearing a lot of Urban tunes) but the problem is I would like your recommendations or instructions on how to get iTunes as the podcast provider and whatnot.
If anybody can help me with that, I’d be most grateful. I would like to try something new, like posting up Vlogs, but all that will happen in due time. Thank you to everybody that kept checking back on this blog site.
Going through Hip Hop music is like walking into a jungle with thick trees and bushes, you have to have a machete handy to cut some of that shit down. With that being said, I refuse to accept the bare minimum of what record label execs, music channels and hell even radio stations deem “good” Hip Hop music.
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To me, I just feel that even when they have lyrics that make sense, the songs still lack substance. If you remember back in the late ’80s, you had a group that was coming at you Straight Outta Compton with lyrical content full of substance. The police tried stopping their live performances and even the FBI sent them a letter regarding a certain song (I don’t have to say which; we all know what it’s called). One of the members is often overlooked by Hip Hop and NWA fans alike and that member is none other than The Villain in Black, MC Ren.
MC Ren proved that he can hold his own lyrically with his NWA members and even after Cube left the group, Ren started writing the lyrics for NWA. Ren released 5 solo albums to date (one of which is the topic of this post) and my favorites have to be Shock of the Hour and The Villain in Black. These days, if a rapper like MC Ren releases a new album, it’ll definitely be overshadowed by the trees in the Hip Hop jungle. So much so, that his latest release was in 2009 and I just found out about it a year after it was released.
So the good news is that his long awaited RenIncarnated album is finally released but the bad news is that it’s an ITunes digital album. You can’t buy a hard copy pissing off Hip Hop collectors such as yours truly. All in all though, if you’re a fan of MC Ren, NWA or heard of the name but didn’t check out their music, I highly recommend this album available only on ITunes for just $5.99. And lyrically, I promise you won’t be disappointed. This just proves though that Real zaggiN Don’t Die…
… They just sell their music on ITunes.
This is Livin’ Large and you’ve been Largely Livin