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pacmanAdam “Pacman” Jones, no relation to this Pacman, has been reinstated by the NFL and will return to the field as soon as the Dec. 7th game vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner and GM, “”I think he’s done what he was asked to do,” Jones said, “and as anybody that understands the kinds of things that you deal with to get better, it’s probably going to be an ongoing thing. I do know that he does have a good sense of where he is, and we could benefit from that.”

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knux A few short posts ago, Q da Kid and the Knux took the stage together for HOT 97 in NYC.  Now they are appearing in my hometown of Dallas, TX tonight at the House of Blues with Q – Tip and the Cool Kids as part of the 2K Sports Bounce Tour

The Chicago Tribune writes of this Hip Hop duo:

“They pepper their beats with rock guitars that chug like the Cars and new-wave keyboards that suggest Depeche Mode. Tag-team vocals blend a Southern drawl with a darker, brooding tone reminiscent of Gothic rappers Gravediggaz. But Kream and Almillio also love melody. They don’t import hook doctors to sing the choruses; they do the job themselves.”

Speaking of the 2K Bounce Tour, the SF Examiner caught a show last week and blogged: “I did NOT expect a reunion of A Tribe Called Quest, an impromptu stint by Too Short and the breakdown of “Vivrant Thing” happening right in front of me. Off. The. Hook”

q-da-kid1Jake Paine of HipHopDX.com sat down recently with Kareem Savage, aka Q da Kid, to talk about his history (BROOKLYN!!!) and making history as TAG Records first recording artist.

“That relationship led to the TAG deal. However, given the major backing Q has, he may be in a greater position than most debuting artists with bringing attention back to New York. He recognizes the accountability that comes with that though. “Being that I’m from Brooklyn, a lot of the great emcees came from [here]. So there’s a lot of pressure at the end of the day. People expect a lot ’cause a lot of great music came from here,Q says, citing Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z [click to read], Lil Kim and Shyne. “I gotta make sure my music is correct, and it represents Brooklyn and Hip Hop as a whole. That’s what I’m trying to do.” It’s bigger than New York to Q. “I’m not trying to be a regional artist. I’m trying to be an artist that can go to Africa or China and perform.

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hot97Q da Kid and DJ Envy took the stage and performed their new track off of the TAG Records: On a Mission album in NYC at SOB’s for HOT 97 FM’s “Who’s Next” Concert.

Thanks to CopaTV and BFochs Beat Blog for their continued support of the mission The video below is new footage from the event.


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