Saturday, June 21, 2008

Lil Wayne Disses the Mixtape DJ's

Lil' Wayne: "F*ck All Mixtape DJs...
I'm not into all that sh*t. I don't know no mixtape DJ"

In this week's Pulse Report the streets are buzzing about Lil' Wanye disrespecting all mixtape DJs.

More DJ Drama:
Lil' Wanye is at it again. The self-professed "best rapper alive" is once again pushing the envelope on the outrageous things rappers say, by insulting hip-hop's scared DJ fraternity.
During an interview with Foundation magazine (a mixtape publication) Weezy F. Baby, who is no stranger to outlandish interview quotables, went nuts and cursed out the entire mixtape DJ fraternity. He even went as far as to compare himself to the founder of the Nobel Peace prize, while claiming to have created the "mixtape game".

When asked who were some of the first mixtape DJs he remembers, Mr. Carter had this to say:
"I ain't into all that," said Wayne. I don't remember no mixtape DJs. Tell this dude who he talking to right now. I'm not into all that sh*t. I don't know no mixtape DJ. I'm the orignator of something. I'ma give him some history. I'm like Authur Nobel. Or whatever his name is. You know the Nobel prize peace (sic) person. You know him? He created gunpowder and all them mass destruction things that killed millions of people. But before he died to clear up his name he, to make his name better, instead of people knowing him for that sh*t he began giving out peace prizes to people that do humanitary good. So now when you hear the Nobel Peace Prize; what you think that is.? That's all good, great. But that n*gga was a mass...that's who I am. I'm him. I created the mixtape game, but I'm not into that no more. I'm doing Dwayne. I'm against it. I'm anti-mixtape dude. I don't know no mixtape DJs. f*ck ya if you a mixtape DJ. I'm not ino ya'll selling me out. I ain't with that. I'm on 25 Top 25 and I ain't even put out 25 mixtapes. f*ck ya'll! f*ck that piff! f*ck mixtape DJs! f*ck all that!"

Weezy, Wezzy Weezy. I'm at a loss here. First let me commend on your valiant effort to school the interviewer with your wealth of world history knowledge. If I may, allow me to get some of your facts straight. Just so the readers are clear. Dude's name is Alfred Nobel not Authur. And those mass destruction things...well they're called dynamite. Don't worry, George W. Bush once mistook a few muskets and bee-bee guns in Saddam Hussein's backyard as WMDs and bombed an entire country.

Ultimately, I've always taken your outlandish talk as nothing more than a drunken stupor. I know you've probably already forgotten you've said this, and I strongly doubt there will be any unified DJ backlash for it. The game is oversaturated with too many self-serving DJs to even think there will be a mass Lil' Wayne blackout.

T.I. Takes The High Road, Shakes Off 50 Cent Jab

written by Brandi Hopper for SOHH
The rumor mill has been buzzing about a possible new rap beef since 50 Cent's song "You So Tough" hit the net.
As SOHH previously reported, Fif seemingly took aim at T.I. on the track, accusing him of getting a sweetheart deal in his federal gun case because he's a snitch.
On the track off the upcoming G-Unit album Terminate On Sight, 50 raps:
"Nowaways this rap sh*t ain't adding up / How n*ggas get caught with 10 machine guns, only get 12 months? / Oo-weee, don't talk to me / If you talking to him, you talking to them.../ I got the best lawyers that money can buy / they say at best they woulda got me 10 or maybe 9 / I said, how do you explain how the homie breezed? / They said, you keep your mouth shut or you eat the cheese."
T.I. responded, without really responding at all when SOHH's Atlanta blogger Gyant caught up with him in the A recently.
"He politely told me that it's unlike Fiddy to say stuff in songs and not just say it directly, and that he really doesn't want to perpetuate any negativity, so he wasn't going to respond to it," Gyant said.
As previously reported by SOHH, The self proclaimed King of the South is currently serving a year on house arrest and putting in at least 1,000 hours of community service. He'll also serve a year in jail and pay a $100,000 fine behind his guilty plea in the federal gun case.
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Beta Nightclub Denver Colorado

Beatport gives birth to a new club.

By Jon Solomon
Published on March 13, 2008
Westword Magazine

Denver-based pretty much dominates the world of electronic and dance-music downloads through its online store. The guys behind Beatport know the music inside out and have been booking some of the world's best DJs for the past decade — so it seems only fitting that they've finally opened their own club. They bought the 16,000-square-foot building at 1909 Blake Street that had held Rise, overhauled it and this past weekend showed off their new spot, Beta Nightclub.

Since Beta will showcase heavy-hitters in the DJ world, it has a hell of a sound system: Beta is the first club in North America with the new Dance Array 4 Speaker Stack System by Funktion-One, the award-winning English company. Taking advantage of this killer system will be New York's DVDJ Unique, who'll bring his audio-visual mash-ups on Fridays, and the Triad Dragons crew (residents Dragon, Trajikk and Kostas), with top-notch acts like Paul van Dyk and Armin van Buuren on Global Thursdays. On Saturday nights, the club will feature such internationally celebrated DJs as Jesse Rose (March 29) and Dimitri From Paris (April 26), as well as's resident DJ, Jonas Tempel. Also on Saturdays, the Beatport Lounge will host DJs Clark Warner and Wyatt Earp. Essentially a club within the club, the lounge has its own Funktion-One sound system and is 100 percent green. For that matter, all of Beta is designed to be environmentally friendly, and recycling centers will be installed at major traffic points.
Watch for Beta's VIP grand-opening party on Wednesday, March 19, with Z-Trip. And over Memorial Day weekend, the club will dedicate its 5,000-square-foot patio with some help from Bad Boy Bill, DJ Vice and James Zabiela.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Gemini Birthday Blast at Theorie Nightclub:
DJ Emir & Kevin Kains Birthday Party at Theorie Thursday June 19th

Free Mixtapes for the sexy dressed
Ladies Free til 11pm
Hip Hop, Reggae and Remixes by Denver's Hottest Deejays.
Jam to the sounds of DJ Emir, DJ Big Spade, DJ Sabotage & DJ Fatal