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Saturday, February 28, 2009

With the people.........


Obama watches Wizards defeat his hometown Bulls

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama took a break from politics Friday to sit courtside at a basketball game between his hometown team Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards.

Obama's been on a winning streak in politics, but that didn't help his Bulls.

The president pumped his fist and grinned when the Bulls scored some of their points. But he was largely subdued, clapping politely, with his Chicago team losing for much of the game. Obama left the match early with about four minutes remaining — and his hometown team trailing about 17 points.

Though he has called himself a fan of the Bulls, Obama got a hearty welcome from Wizards fans when he arrived at the Verizon Center. Officials slightly delayed the game, waiting for his entrance. Once he entered, fans gave him a standing ovation and flashed their cameras.

Obama sat courtside across the court from the Wizards in seats that are usually taken by season ticket holders. White House senior adviser David Axelrod chose his seat in another section right before Obama entered.

Once the game was under way, Obama chatted much of the time with a Chicago friend, and shook hands with fans as they passed in front of him. He stayed in his courtside seat for most of the game, but he left with 47.8 seconds left in the first half to make a visit to Wizards owner Abe Pollin's suite. Obama returned to his seat by the court in the second half.

Obama got up to leave with just under 4 1/2 minutes left, not staying to endure the 113-90 final score of the winning Wizards.

Obama had already welcomed the Bulls into town Thursday, when the team visited him at the White House and presented him with a jersey.

Associated Press writer Howard Fendrich contributed to this report.

Ice the villain - L.@.Me The Mixtape (Mixed by DJ M.A.F.)


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T-Lucas - 1st of All (Produced by Sheezy)

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Young Jay - Never Back Down The First Single Off The New Mixtape

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Darren Hanible Darkside of the moon

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Friday, February 27, 2009

Lady A video shoot 3/1

This Sunday, March 1, Tabi Bonney will be directing the video for Lady A's track "May Sound Crazy" produced by Judah, ft RATHEMC.

Here are the times and locations:
8-9am Broadwater BAILBOND:5361 Sherriff Rd. Fairmount Heights, MD 
9:30-10:30 Harmony Park CEMETERY:7101 Sherriff Rd, Landover MD
11-12:30 5713 DIX St NE (intersecting St is 58th)
1:40-2:40 DISCOVERY Building:Georgia Ave and Colesville Rd 
3:15-4:10 CHURCH:16th St and Corcoran NW

Also people can hear the track "May Sound Crazy" on Lady A's myspace page:http://www.myspace.com/ladyarbmg

Peace

Wasteland Mob "Boots Laced Up" Video Shoot TOMORROW (Come out)

When: TOMORROW Saturday Feb 28th 1 pm
Where:  Martin Luther King Ave and Parkland Ave SE Washington DC (at the park, across from the gas station).  Right off the the Malcolm X Blvd exit (if coming off of I-295)
 
* A few blocks away from Saint Elizabeth's
* 5-6 blocks away from the Congress Heights Metro Station
 
That's the meeting place.  Video will be shot by Skinny Corleone.  We got some real crazy things planned out, and for all DC Entertainers and Entrepeneurs, we will let you get some face time on the camera to pitch your goods.
 
Afterwards (later that night) we heading to the Island Cafe to celebrate 20Bello, Porche 911, and Hevewae's birthdays, so let's do it right.
 
Call Draus (info Below)
or Q Darange (703-774-2496) for more info

Good Move or Bad Move?


WASHINGTON - Albert Haynesworth walked into the front lobby of Redskins Park on the first day of free agency. After being congratulated by front office chief Vinny Cerrato, the All-Pro defensive tackle turned and introduced his mother.

Once the pleasantries were done, the parties went to work — completing the paperwork on a seven-year contract that is worth about $100 million and includes an NFL-record $41 million in guaranteed money.

The Washington Redskins were back to their old form as champions of the offseason, snagging the biggest name available in the first few hours of the open market. They agreed to terms with Haynesworth around dawn Friday, culminating a sleepless night that included a just-after-midnight deal — six years, $54 million, $22.5 million guaranteed — to re-sign cornerback DeAngelo Hall.


“Wow! Amazing!” said Redskins defensive tackle Lorenzo Alexander, providing the almost universal reaction to Haynesworth’s guaranteed payout, which tops the $37 million the Atlanta Falcons gave Michael Vick in 2004.

All this from a team that has laid off at least 30 people since the start of the year in two rounds of cutbacks. The Redskins are among 10 to 12 teams that have cut staff because of the economic crisis, according to an NFL estimate, but marquee free agents appear recession-proof.

Not so fortunate was Shawn Springs. Expensive and often injured, the 33-year-old cornerback was deemed no longer needed once Hall was kept in the fold.

From Bruce Smith in 2000 to London Fletcher in 2007, the Redskins’ Dan Snyder made his NFL name as the owner who always got the player he wanted, even if it meant overpaying for players who didn’t pan out. Snyder’s deep pockets have produced only one playoff win this decade.

Last year, the team was uncharacteristically quiet, making no major signings during the entire free agency period. An 8-8 season with an aging roster — along with the fact that the Redskins have only four picks in upcoming draft — prompted Snyder to revert to his old ways.

Whatever the money, the Redskins get credit for targeting two deficiencies from last season: sacks and turnovers.

Haynesworth should help with the sacks. The 27-year-old lineman got to the quarterback a career-high 8½ times last year, more than one-third of a Washington team total (24) that ranked tied for 28th in the NFL. If nothing else, he will divert attention away from defensive ends Jason Taylor and Andre Carter, who managed 7½ sacks between them in 2008.

Haynesworth, 6-foot-6 and 320 pounds, and has 24 sacks in seven NFL seasons since the Titans drafted him in the first round out of the University of Tennessee in 2002. His possible downsides: He hasn’t played a full season since his rookie year because of various injuries, he’s been known to take plays off, and he might never live down a five-game suspension for swiping his cleated foot over Dallas center Andre Gurode’s face in 2006.

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The suspension is the NFL’s longest for an on-field act, and Haynesworth was also required to attend anger management sessions. Now, having signed with an NFC East team, Haynesworth will face Gurode twice a year.

It was uncertain whether the Redskins would be able to fit Haynesworth under the salary cap, but the front office spent this month renegotiating several contracts to clear money for the upcoming season. The team also saved money under the cap by releasing linebacker Marcus Washington last week.

Hall will be getting paid to get picks. His five interceptions for the season — three with Oakland, two with Washington — were three more than any other cornerback on the Redskins’ roster. Washington had only 18 takeaways in 2008, tied for 28th in the league.

The 25-year-old cornerback is also netting his second big payday in as many years. He was guaranteed about $24 million in a seven-year, $70 million contract he signed a year ago with Oakland, but he struggled to adjust to the Raiders’ man-to-man defense and was waived after eight games.

The Redskins picked him up less than a week later, and he provided a needed boost to a secondary beset by too many injuries and not enough big plays. He was also a model citizen, avoiding the outbursts that prompted the Atlanta Falcons to trade him to Oakland in 2008.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

These youngins wild out here........

It saddens me that I hear thru the grapevine that some youngins I have helped out in the past and in the present were talking sideways. Regardless of what was said my point for this post is to say to the youngins in the DMV that are trying to break into the game that 
"  No One Owes You Nothing" including me.  

I mean youngins I used to pick up to bring to the studio because they didnt have no rides, youngins I gave free beats to, youngins I let use my studio so they could shoot they videos etc...... I mean youngins I have helped  just because I believe in them......HAHAHAHA

I have been coming across a lot of youngins that think someone should do this and that for them off GP.....No! Better yet HELL NO! Just because someone says "your song is tight" or " your a hot artist" doesn't mean someone should sign you or give you free beats or studio time.  
Whatever happend to paying your dues and actually WORKING for a deal? Nowadays these youngins think off of 1 mixtape and a internet site they should be signed and millionaires. That attitude is probably one of the many reasons why no one messes with you! You ever think about that?

When "they" read this post because they do visit this site frequently asking me to post their stuff and leaving comments, they will know who they are.....

I will continue to post your stuff and support you but just know I know your motives and how you roll.


Tae Barz- True

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Rhode Island.......DMV x RAtheMC x Starrs & Murph

DAMN THIS RAP ISH...PAYS OFF. THEY TREAT YOU GOOD!
UNIVERSAL ARTIST...VIC DAMONE
RA rocking with Starrs and Murph etc....
RA X ME X THEO........(Theo is in the new source with Carmelo on the cover, check him out)

This trip was pretty dope..... First time in the "Ocean State" and I had a ball. Rhode Island reminds me of a lil georgetown or soho. I want to thank Starrs and Murph for bringing us up and treating the DMV well. 

Gordo

Hassani Kwess - "Woke Up In A Dream ft. Utada Hikaru"

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I Like this dudes creativity..........

g5 clive: uptown jihad ft. nate grey

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The Black History Month Come and Gone Mixtape



Heres some joints by W.Ellington Felton produced by: Wes Felton and his Modern Eternal Equinox Band...

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

DMV Female MC Emperess politicing in NYC

ScholarMan EP - A Meeting With Andre Kostelanetz


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WHITEFOLKZ SINGLE "GOTTA GET PAID"



WHAT IT DO LIKE JUDAH?
 
IM PROUD TO PRESENT TO YOU MY SINGLE, "GOTTA GET PAID", PRODUCED BY BENNY ROME OF DRUM MAJORS LLC.
 
DRUM MAJORS HAVE PRODUCED FOR RICH BOY, BLOODRAW, ROCKO AND OJ THE JUICEMAN
 
HOPE YOU LIKE IT
 
IT HAS BEEN MIXED AND MASTERED AND THE BEAT WAS TRAKKED OUT SO I COULD HAVE THE BEAT MASTERED AS WELL
 
THE REMIX WHICH WILL BE RELEASED IN APRIL WILL BE FEATURING OJ THE JUICEMAN AND MULLYMAN
 
THANK YOU
 
-FOLKZ

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The F.A.M. - Fantasy

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Wale on HHO Pt.2

Yall talk it, He lived it!

Police caught Baltimore’s Trenell D. Murphy, 33, with 41 kilos of cocaine. Here’s how the Associated Press is reporting it:
Police set up surveillance of Murphy's home Thursday evening. They saw Murphy and another man leave the house, each carrying a white plastic garbage bag. The men drove off in separate directions, and police followed them. The men ultimately dumped the bags, which turned out to contain packaging and other materials with cocaine residue, the documents show.

That was enough for police to obtain a search warrant for Murphy's home, which they executed early Friday. No drugs were found inside the house, but Murphy denied several times that he owned a pickup truck that was parked outside and registered in his name, the documents show. It was the same truck Murphy had used when he dumped the garbage bag.

Officers spotted the cocaine in packages in the bed of the truck, obtained a search warrant and recovered the 41 kilograms, the documents show.

* Can't wait to see the comments off the Title..........

From Bryd @ Igotit4free.com

Hey wasup you guys,
I was doing some research today and I ran across a dude from the DMV username DMV22(VA), who won Luda's contest and will be featured on the undisputed remix. You can go to wemix.com to hear him flow..this dude is nice. Anyway wanted to let u guys know that and see if you know anymore info..peace byrd

RAtheMC- Are You Not Entertained?

Here's a tape we put together with Los Angeles based all Female Clothing Line "Weekend Warrior". 

Its mixed by Strange Music DJ MAF.

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KT - "Consider Me Elite" (produced by Whitefolkz)

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Sunday, February 22, 2009

THE DMV IN NY @ THE BET RIP THE RUNWAY

RA THE EMCEE......lol she gonna be crunchy!
LYRICISS, PRO'VERB AND VADA
T.I.
LORRIANNE...SHE WAS BETTER THAN THE ACTUAL TAPING!
X.O. & FRIEND!

THANKS BENJI FOR SETTING THIS UP. HE MADE THE DMV'S PRESENCE FELT IN NY @ THE RIP THE RUNWAY!

OH AND REMEMBER WHERE YOU HEARD IT FIRST....WATCH OUT FOR THE SWIMSUIT SEGMENT AND LOOK FOR THE GIRL IN THE PINK BATHING SUITE.......GEESH SOOOOOOOOO OFFICIAL.

PICK BATHING SUIT, BATHING SUIT SEGMENT, WATCH AND BE AMAZED!

E One Letter "Now Or Never" mixtape promo video

2 Joints from RAHEEM thru JUDAH for FTDMVO EXCLUSIVES....

And who said DMV artist with deals don't send music directly to the DMV blogs........LOL

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Ghetto Village Land
&
Never Too Much

The Students of George Mason.....KILL YOURSELVES!


FAIRFAX, Va. – George Mason University senior Ryan Allen dressesin drag and doesn't mind being called a queen — homecoming queen, to be exact.

Allen, who is gay and performs in drag at nightclubs in the region, said he entered the homecoming contest as a joke, competing as Reann Ballslee, his drag queen persona.

But he considers the victory one of his happiest moments and proof that the suburban Washington, D.C., school famous for its run to theFinal Four a few years back celebrates its diverse student body.

"I was very touched by how Mason was so supportive through the whole process of allowing a boy in a dress to run for homecoming queen," Allen said in a phone interview. "It says a lot about the campus that not only do we have diversity but we celebrate it."

The senior from Virginia's Goochland County won the pageant Saturday at a sold-out Homecoming basketball game against Northeastern University.

Large portions of the crowd cheered as Allen, wearing a gold-sequined top, accepted the tiara and the Ms. Mason 2009 sash.

The school, known for racial diversity and a basketball team that pulled off a string of upsets to advance to the Final Four in 2006, was selected the nation's top "school to watch" in the most recent U.S. News and World Report rankings.

Allen's selection does not appear to have caused much consternation among the school's 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students. An online article in the student newspaper prompted only two comments, both positive.

Alyssa Cordova, an officer with the school's College Republicans, said she didn't pay much attention to Allen's election and is suprised by the media attention it has received.

"I just think it's kind of silly," she said.

Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equity and a former adjunct professor at Mason, said the lack of controversy "shows that the students and the George Mason communityhave a good sense of perspective."

University spokesman Dan Walsch said the school is "very comfortable" with Allen's selection and the contest rules are not sex-specific.

"It's just that if you're a man who runs for Ms., you've got to dress the part," Walsch said.

The contest was half talent judging and half voting by the student body. Allen received the most votes but doesn't know how he scored in the talent competition, in which he performed in zebra-print pants and lip-synched to Britney Spears.

He said his drag queen persona is fairly popular and well-known on campus — he has hosted events as Reann for the school's Pride Week, as well as HIV charity shows and an amateur drag night cabaret.

"Reann is very sassy, very silly. She's an entertainer throughout. She's not afraid to do a high kick if that's what it takes," Allen said. "She's got a little camp but is not as campy as some queens."