Saturday, September 12, 2009

New Shit. and Not Ours. maybe a bit of ours.

Saw this. A bit long & it's conclusion is a tad drawn out but Coppola is still King. Tetro was very Dope. See it. Don't test me, or my Pop won't have us over to the crib for Thanksgiving.

Heard this. This is like my New Shit. Infamous is nasty with the beat, he leaves blood on it. Just Murder. Fat Joe is nice on this too... got the Supersoaker for Superjokers...
Long Live Jimi.

Dope ass kit on Sunrise, among other good things on this tune.

Peep them shits out.

ps. Did you catch Jay Live from MSG lastnight?

BTW: Here's a blog post from our myspace we thought we'd repost here even though Donk posted our review link already... DE LA recap / Aug.24
NOTES TO SELF's debut full-length 'A SHOT IN THE DARK' reviewed in EXCLAIM! MAGAZINE, as well as a short Q&A with Notes to Self:

EXCLAIM! MAGAZINE | SEPTEMBER 2009 - pick-up a FREE COPY in PRINT OUT NOW or read ONLINE (Our print review has been scanned & filed in our Myspace Photos under PRESS)

Thank you to Chris Dart at EXCLAIM! for a very supportive review.

Peace to Mike & Del at EXCLAIM! for the constant support & push our way.

EXCLAIM.CA also reviewed De La Soul's 20th Anniversary tour date here in Toronto - The '20 Years & Rising' Tour rolled through TO on Sunday August 23rd at The Phoenix Concert Theatre - and we we're fortunate enough to open for De La and be a part of the whole experience. We thought the show was not only one of thee best rap shows we'd attended in years as fans here in Toronto but a historic night for Canadian De La heads supporting their favourite classic LIVE Hip Hop with non-other than the best rap group in the game, naturally, De La Soul.

Thank You to Kevin Jones for the very kind quotable about Notes to Self's performance.

"Up next was the well-oiled Notes to Self machine, who opened with a tribute to the magical year the night's main attraction broke onto the scene before breezing through a bristling set of tight posse cuts, earning much love from the hometown crowd throughout".

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