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Violin meets the DJ in this amazing video from Paul Dateh combining the sounds of the old world with the methods of the new.

Check out the video below for proof positive and if you are still craving more Paul, browse the rest of the creative genius at his website, pauldateh.com


obama_shep_print_final2The Detroit Free Press writes, Famous Fan Obama Might Change Hip Hop.

Poignant Commentary from Russel Simmons, President Elect Barack Obama, and Rev. Al Sharpton.

“In the wake of Obama’s victory, Simmons struck a more conciliatory tone, calling it a “glorious” affirmation of “the hip-hop generation and its young people.”…”



Of course, its not always prudent to change the game at each studio sit down. With that in mind, Adam Brown @ Audiotuts.com writes:

“In the early days of hip hop, when it was just two turntables and a microphone, having a ready collection of samples and drum breaks was mandatory….Nevertheless, some samples refused to die. Some are even still used (and abused) to this day. For example…” READ MORE on the 8 Most Over-Used Samples in Hip Hop


alchemistcookbookbk3The Rap Up highlights one of our favorite trends in hip hop, the blend and convergence, and use of animation in music videos. As they put it: “Animation is the new black, but I’m not complaining.” We have to agree.

See more from Alchemist on tour with Meth and Red and the new “Lose Your Life” animated video featuring Snoop Dog



Danny Hoch, actor, writer, hip hop aficionado, presents “Taking Over”, “a hip-hop writer’s attempt to reconcile two sides of New York”

“about gentrification in New York, is now in previews at the Public Theater and opens on Nov. 23 – recognizes that his romantic pattern is incongruous, if not hypocritical, given that he is a “flag-waving antigentrifier.” But it is suggestive of the complex feelings that animate “Taking Over,” his first new solo show in 10 years.” -International Herald Tribune


wildstyleWild Style, the classic 1983 movie about the emerging hip-hop underground, plays the Film Forum (209 W. Houston St.) November 14-20.

East Village Radio writes,

“…. Other early hip-hop movies like Breakin’ look laughably silly now, but Charlie Ahearn’s largely improvised documentary-style tale of a South Bronx subway tagger (played by legendary graffiti artist Lee Quinones) on the run from fame and the law still feels bracingly real. Appearances by Fab Five Freddy, Grandmaster Flash, and other old-school legends add to its time-capsule appeal.

Ahearn and special guests will appear at the 10 p.m. screenings on Friday and Saturday night…”

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aries-spearsUnreality Magazine does a great post of 10 of the most incredible celebrity impersonations out on the web, of which, TAG Records had to share an amazing clip from Aries Spears.

Aries Spears, from Mad TV, does a crazy rap impresonation freestyle on a radio show. He impersonates LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg, DMX and Jay-Z.

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