Monday, August 31, 2009



I'm very Patient.

Um..Keys Open Doors.


"There's a God somewhere! Turn around ladies for me please!
You know there's a God who sits on high
and looks down low! Man cannot make it like this!
Larry Flynt! Hugh Hefner! They can take the picture,
but you can't make it! Only God above,
the Hugh Hefner on high, can make it for ya!"
- Reverend Brown (Coming To America)

London Bridges.


Friday, August 28, 2009



Picked Up A Few Things.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Soon..171 miles away.

"L.A. Proper"


Reel Goodflix Screening Series is a monthly film event at CAST Theatre in Charlotte, showcasing the best in independent cinema with food, drinks and a party following the movie...

The first installment (on August 29th) features "L.A. Proper", a comedy about a multi-ethnic group of friends looking for love, sex, work and happiness during the long days and short nights in Los Angeles. "L.A. Proper" is the winner of the Heineken Red Star Filmmaker Award for Innovation, Originality and Vision. The film has received notice on and in Daily Variety.

"L.A. Proper" was written and directed by former Charlottean Barry Canty.

Food, drinks and music by DJ Justice following the movie.

$20 at the door or $17 presale at



What not to do in the movies.
Unless your name is Quentin or Brad.








Well, not me per se..well they know Mr. Mattic.
This is a piece done by artists Ariane "Ya The One" and Liliwenn.
In a location somewhere in France.
Big Ups homie, good stuff bredren.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Let The Music Play

This is a old complaint of mine since I moved to the south. I never could understand DJs and so called DJs that would conform to the norm. What I mean to conform to the crowd, the girl asking to play her favorite song because today is your birthday. I know way to be selectors and there is only one or two that don't give a fuck, they play for themselves. I'm not sure why people feel the need to bother the DJ anyways. I mean does he come to your job and harass the hell outta you..nope. Still there are a few of you that have started off "for the cause" and eventually bended and conformed to the masses. I know shit, gotta pay bills..but what's next? I don't know, you know who you are, I'll will continue to go to the spots ONLY when certain DJ's are spinning. I know what I'm getting out of it, and he may but me on something. If they asks for Gucci Mane, tell you don't have it, shit don't say oh I'll play it soon. They are just going to keep up to the booth until you play it.

Stanky leg, Jill Scott, Mary J, Right said Fred, who the fuck ever, they will bug the shit outta you for the song. After a man clearly old enough to my Dad or uncle had the nerve to ask my homie that was DJ playing Stevie Wonder "As" to complain about the music??!! Stevie Wonder..yes a older black man complaining about Stevie Wonder? I know there are a few artist, black artist you can't say SHIT about. James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Prince, just off the top of my head. I mean how you gonna complain and ask to play something so he can get closer to some lady he was dancing with? Um..has he ever heard the song "As"?? What he want Khia's "My Neck My Back" shit?!

So DJs feel that pressure to play what the crowd wants. Which is okay, but to a point you gotta draw the line. I feel ya about a clear dance floor, nobody wants that empty feeling. Hey I watched the youtube video that Puffy put a message out to all DJs around the world. The message was simple.."have the heart to CLEAR the dance floor." I mean coming from Puffy was a shock, but it was good and I was impressed. I had lost faith in Sean a long time ago, but he got a little of my respect back again on that one. Fuck the radio they don't know shit. It always starts from the underground first.
Play good tunes, and, earn a stripe.
Play bullshit, and lose 50 stripes..seen?

Wednesday, August 5, 2009



The good homies in the Charlotte based band Coma League
Won Creative Loafing's Best New band Award.
Congrats to those outstanding gentlemen for their achievement.
And they added a new member Blake Raynor
Looking forward to hearing more from those dudes.
Good work Benny and Kevin

You can see the article HERE



Such an ill photo.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


Aint this a bitch.


D.M.N. was my tag back in High School you biters.
Flattery naw, I mean seriously???
The story comes from me and a friend was about to jump a fence with a "Danger" sign on it.
This was in the early 90's, so can understand how long ago this was.
My friend says,"The sign says DANGER, but I'm going to get my name up regardless."
I say to him,"let's do it, that DANGER signs MEANS NOTHING to us."
We proceeded in got up that night. And that's it. I'm not sure if it's a coincidence or not.
I don't think so. Don't care if your overseas in Collette.
Plus I've blogging under this name since Dec 07'..hmmm.
I think the shit is wack and that's it. KILL YOURSELF.

My first banner for the blog in DEC 07'
Which is World Industries Pro Skater Ron Chatman,
I picked out and KhanOne added the letters.


I used the picture from Hero and KhanOne added the same letters.


Gabrielle vs.Sanaa

I was shopping in the Inner Harbor East Whole Foods in Baltimore last week. In the deli section, I overheard a conversation between two guys. The talk between these two brothas (black men) was kind of strange. Well, it was strange because this has come across many black men minds including my own. Simply put, Sanaa Lathan or Gabrielle Union..enough said. Okay, yes it is very clear that most men having these conversations most likely haven't got a shot in hell to even stand next to..let alone take it further. While I was pretending to be looking at desserts in the in the deli, I eavesdrop(not easedrop)on the two dudes debate.


First, neither one could figure out if Gabrielle or Sanaa which one looks better.
In my opinion, they are both fine as hell and would be up to the individual of what he likes. For me, I guess the small things are in important in a woman. If you were in that six degrees of Denzel Washington "Black Hollywood" crowd, you would probably know a little of what type of person the two of them are. Since we don't, we have to go on straight up just looks. I don't know, it's kind off tough call to me. They both have very beautiful women, beautiful brown eyes, a beautiful smile, and sexy lips. I guess by you watching a movie with them in it will help you make a decision. I think if I can recall flipping the channels and seen Sanaa on the show Nip/Tuck and she was looking amazing. I have Bad Boys I and II on a box set and Gabrielle is looking just as good.The perception is that Gabrielle is a good girl and Sanaa is a little on the bad side. I mean it may be true or not, that's just what I've read in interviews and such.


Well, I was going to go into this whole comparison of both of these women. I mean hell they already have compete for roles in movies. Truth is, I don't know either one, pretty doubtful if I will. I think if any man had a chance to he wouldn't be complaining..not one bit. Well, one of my favorite basketball players Jason Kidd dumped Miss Union in high school. Then, she was got divorced to Chris Howard of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Now she single again she says. After the movie "Love and Basketball" you knew Omar Epps and her was getting married, but that didn't happen. Adewale Ogunleye of the Chicago Bears is dating her now. You got to roll in those circles to have access..sorry. I didn't really stick around for the whole conversation the two cats had, they just went back and forth. They really didn't come to any agreement, but they were both fine as hell. That's basically the same thing I said. So without knowing them you can't really go on anything else.
I will just say my choice would be Miss Union, the beautiful brown skin, the face, the eyes, those lips, my lawd. that's all I'm going to say.