Many might argue, but Busta Rhymes is probably one of the G.O.A.T.s (Greatest of All Times) when it comes to remixing an original track. Though putting his spin on Jay Z & Kanye’s “*N* In Paris” joint, lifted from the duo’s recently released Watch The Throne album, if this was the original to the hit song, Busta’s verse would serve the lightening intro that perhaps would have the song on repeat several times.
Chect out Busta Rhymes, Jay Z & Kanye West *N* In Paris remix below.
Always have me ROTF. Check out this prank phone call by Nephew Tommy of the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
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Today, I was invited to check out Luckie, an up and coming hip hip artist. His single “Beast Mode” feat. Gizz goes hard. Make sure you click on the video below and listen to these dudes.
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Before the Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo Wii, and all the new game makers today, we had arcade games. It was common for the neighborhood convenience stores to have a few arcade games inside for people to play.
The physical appearance of the games were totally different back in the day. In the 80′s, an arcade game was about the size of a drink machine. They usually included a built in joy stick and one or two buttons. The average game used to cost 25¢ per credit and each credit would give you three turns.
My favorite game was the Pacman arcade machine. Now a classic, I remember spending hours at the store playing that game. If you played the game well enough to set a new high score, all the neighborhood gamers recognized you as the best. I had a pattern that worked on every board as long as you didn’t make any mistakes. I completed so many boards on Pacman, the power pellets didn’t work anymore. From that point, you just kept playing to see if you can top the high score. Those were the good ole days!!