September 29, 2009

NIke Free Run Supernatural Movie

Nike Free Run Supernatural from Joseph Cartman on Vimeo.

Floss or Toss: DC Life Admiral Sport "Chrome"

On my spaceman shit. Floss or Toss? Hit me on Twitter. @DropBomb @McClarron

September 28, 2009

Okay...PLAYER: Supreme x APC

I'm sure some of ya'll have heard about it already, but a fall capsule will be dropping on the 1st from Supreme. They collabed with APC on this one. Super dope set, and I need some New Standards, so I'll be coppin for sure!


September 24, 2009

Chalie Boy!!!


September 23, 2009

Wayback Wednesday: Nick Drake - Pink Moon

Pink Moon is a GREAT song, although you can hear how hollow his voice is. There is alot more to Nick Drake than it seems off the songs I've posted thus far. Check out the bio..

As per Wiki:"

Nicholas Rodney "Nick" Drake (19 June 1948 – 25 November 1974) was an English singer-songwriter and musician best known for his haunting, acoustic, autumnal songs. His primary instrument was the guitar, although he was also proficient at piano, clarinet, and saxophone. Although he failed to find a wide audience during his lifetime, Drake's work has grown steadily in stature, to the extent that he now ranks among the most influential English singer-songwriters of the last 50 years.[2][3][4]

Drake signed to Island Records when he was 20 years old and released his debut album, Five Leaves Left, in 1969. By 1972, he had recorded two more albums — Bryter Layter and Pink Moon. None of the albums sold more than 5,000 copies on their initial release.[5] His reluctance to perform live or be interviewed further contributed to his lack of commercial success. Despite this, he was able to gather a loyal group of fans who would champion his music. One such person was his manager, Joe Boyd, who had a clause put into his own contract with Island Records that ensured Drake's records would never go out of print.

He suffered from depression and insomnia throughout his life, and these topics were often reflected in his lyrics. Upon completion of his third album, 1972's Pink Moon, he withdrew from both live performance and recording, retreating to his parents' home in rural Warwickshire. On 25 November 1974, Drake died from an overdose of amitriptyline, a prescribed antidepressant; he was 26 years old.

There was residual interest in Drake's music through the mid-1970s, but it was not until the 1979 release of the retrospective album Fruit Tree that his back catalogue came to be reassessed. By the mid-1980s, Drake was being credited as an influence by such artists as Robert Smith and Peter Buck. In 1985, The Dream Academy reached the UK and US charts with "Life in a Northern Town", a song written for and dedicated to Drake.[6] By the early 1990s, he had come to represent a certain type of 'doomed romantic' musician in the UK music press, and was frequently cited by artists including Kate Bush, Paul Weller, and The Black Crowes.[7] Drake's first biography was written in 1997, and was followed in 1998 by the documentary film A Stranger Among Us. In 2000, Volkswagen featured the title track from Pink Moon in a television advertisement, and within a month Drake had sold more records than he had in the previous thirty years."

Wayback Wednesdays: Nick Drake - Fly

Sufjan Stevens sounds alot like this cat too. This is some super smooth music. It smells of rich mahogany.

Wayback Wednesday: Nick Drake - Day is Done

From one Drake to another. The story of Nick Drake is a bittersweet one. This music is surely timeless though. I'll go into the details in a few posts, but for now just enjoy the music!

Drake, Eminem, Kanye West, Lil Wayne - Forever

That chorus is my shit. This one AND the original one.

September 22, 2009


Hint of Fuckery. See if you can catch it. Pause the video whenever you see Ron Artest, I bet you'll find it.


Sinseer - Turn You On feat. TH, Jus Moni and TaySean

Sin is back with another banger! His debut project, The Story of Love and Hate, should be dropping here in October. Stay tuned for more from The Good Sin. This one is featuring TH, Jus Moni, and TaySean. Whatup Firm Official! Whatup Cloud Nice! Whatup Sota!

Drop Bomb extended family on twitter!!!

September 20, 2009

Soulful Sundaes

There's soul in this. and also Dragonfruit. and also Creatine and Ginseng. With a hint of fuckery.

September 15, 2009

Bill Maher to Obama - "It's time to be an asshole."

I must say, I've always said he should be alittle more mean at times. Other than that Bill Maher makes all valid points.

Obama ridin' with Taylor

Boy, you know you messed up if Obama is talkin' 'bout ya..

But I will say this, after watching the Jay Leno clip, and Jay brought up his mother, I actually thought he started to really feel sorry then. His blog apology didn't seem like one, but after Leno, I believe he really felt humbled. She claims he hasn't personally reached out to her yet, but maybe he's just tryna find a way to say it. So for ONCE, Kanye might be over-lookin' his ego.

Here's the Jay Leno apology for those who hasn't seen it.

September 14, 2009

Uncanny Visison: Ghostface Killah -Stapleton Sex

This video is freaky as fuck... not really Uncanny but more like Porntastic... I think I'm take a trip over to youjizz... and finish what this video started :(

Uncanny Vision: Jay-Z BluePrint 3 Commercial

I was reading that Spike Lee is doing a commercial for Roca Wear also... I can't fucking wait but until then... this shit right here is genius!!!!!!

September 05, 2009

The 50th- Law of Power Mixtape DL

50Cent is going so fucking hard... so fucking hard... but I think it might be to late... FallBack Fifth.


September 03, 2009

50 has nothing else to do with his money - Flight 187 Video

I didn't get a chance to throw in my headphones to get the full effect of the beat. Once you get past that I'm a Rider x 10 part in the beginnin' it actually gets to be kinda good. Sounds semi-Ferrari-F, so I can deal with that.

"Flight 187" is gonna be on the 50th Law Of Power mixtape, which is also gonna be the title of his new book. I like the 48 Laws of Power book, and the original author is helping 50 pen this book, so I am actually interested in it.

Timberland Abington 2009 fall

I think I'm going through a bit of a boot phase. These fuckers are dope as fuck hell. I like the clean plain look that these boots. Get'em Here


Colette x Timberlands Work boots

I really like these... now if they would only come in black. Get'em here Sept 9!


September 01, 2009

Jay-Z On Bill Maher

Gotta love Bill Maher he called Jay-Z "Captin Save-A-Hoe" lmao.

A Fresh BreakDown - SlaughterHouse

"To many critics seems to be silly, to many frogs go ribbit but never leave lillys" - Joel Ortiz

Slaughterhouse slaughterhouse slaughterhouse. This group has been setting the underground a-blaze for a minute. Loaded with no lack-luster rappers on their roster, it's filled with all kinda lyrical goodness that the lyricist fan would love to hear. But, can these four co-exist to make a good album?

The cd starts off with Royce comparing the group to Voltron, basically saying when they get together, it's nothing that's gonna stop them. As far as this track goes, I think Joel Ortiz stole the show, after the break down... Well, maybe I wasn't hip on game, but I didn't know Joel had Twista / Bone Thugs potential in 'em. In this song, they also show that they know where they're good at and not, for example. At the tail, Joe Budden, after the breakdown, Joey didn't dare try to rhyme like he could go Busta Rhymes at any moment. He just threw in an extra few syllables and kept it moving.

But leave it to Joey still throw a personal agenda into a song or two. Now mind you, everyone does a wonderful job in the song "Microphone", but Joe seems to take some more shots at Wu-Tang and Jay-Z (and he claims the beef is 2 years old, whatever). When you say things like ..

"Treat old timers like fags who drop the soap, might got Alzheimer's, forgot that they was dope, to many dogs not enough barkin' yet, to many BLUEPRINTS not enough ARCHITECTS, ... Still every bar's a mess, fuck record sales or who the machine markets best!" - Joe Budden

Uhm, you might get a response, but regaurdless if it was tapping up anybody in general, it was still a fresh ass song, lol.
The group takes a shot at a "commercial" track, and it actually went well for them. "The One" has some heavy guitar assistance, and drums accompany them as they talk about a party life. But it's pretty obvious, at least to me, that Crooked I ran away with this one, easily the most entertaining verse.

"I'm the one who wants to Spear Brittany, give Pink some black and put it near kidneys, here kitty! " - Crooked I

It's really not alot of concept in this CD, more so of alot of what people expected, just good lyrics laced in with sick ass beats. But, about 11 songs in, with alil' help from Pharohe Monch, these four made a classic track called "Salute Me". And you will salute them after hearing that song.

The group continues to dig into the concept that was lack-luster in the beginning. Talking about struggles going unnoticed by God, with accompaniment with the organ in the background. It gives it an Erie feel. Your standout here would easily be Royce here, because he didn't talk on the struggle, he spoke on more of how it's gonna be bad for 'em and why. Much different road that everyone else took.
"When I die, God ain't gonna judge, he gonna deal with us" - Royce Da 5'9

They give us two more songs with pretty good concept, and end it back on a lyrical note. Now, although this CD is a treat for the underground listeners, the CD will leave you feeling just a little sour. Why? Because it very short, and when you consider the fact that it's four of them sharing one song, it seems like it goes by pretty quick. Also, having 3 different interludes doesn't help the length of the CD. But otherwise, if you want a CD you here you can practically go into non-skip mode, and you appreciate good lyrics, you can't pass this CD up.

Oh, and just to keep in the spirit of competition that this Hip Hop genre keeps itself in..
Crooked I won. Lol. Feel good about that you West Coast, and NorthWest people.

The coldest rap commercial ever - Jay-Z Rhapsody commercial

So, I take it we'll see more of these types of commercials. This 'ish was dope though, nuthin' will beat the Jay-Z albums, I'm sure =!= will try to throw out the Nas catalog, but.... NAAAAA! Lol.

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