JAHLIL BEATS FT. REDIROC & E GRAM ‘PAY EM NO MIND’ (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Directed by @DanCentrone
Dice Raw – “100″
Directed by Spike Jordan & Christos Karabelas
Produced by Drew Kramer
The “100″ record was produced by Rick Friedrich and released on the first of The Greatest Rapper Never trilogy ‘Preservation’…be on the lookout for the next single ‘Illest’ about to drop soon off the next installment of GRN ‘Transformation’
Buy/Download ’100′ record: http://soundcloud.com/raw-life/dice-raw-100
Animosity is the type of thing that only grows strong with time. It festers and builds. Given enough time, it takes on a personality of its own. The first release from King of the Dot’s latest event, Flatline, was an exercise in pent up hostility. LA’s Dizaster and New York’s DNA have been waiting for the chance to face off with each other for close to a year, after a series of unfortunate cancellations delayed their battle from its originally planned date. When KOTD stepped in to make the long awaited struggle happen, the hype machine kicked into overdrive. Co-hosted by none other than Toronto’s own Drake, who put up $3000 of his own money for the battle on the spot, this epic showdown was an instant classic. A marathon display of punches and personals, nothing was held back as Diz and DNA went for the throat with nearly 40 minutes of material between the two of them. As for the winner? That’s for the fans to decide, as this battle marks the second round of KOTD’s So You Think You Can Judge competition which asks fans to record a video response giving their opinion on the battle. The responsibility is in the hands of the fans to decide – who came out on top in this highly anticipated and hugely exciting headline event?
VAGUE & BABS: “QUEEN OF THE RING” MS FIT -vs- E-HART #The1st48
FINALLY!!!! TWO TOP TIERS THAT EVERYBODY SAYS ARE IN THE TOP FIVE, CLASH TO SEE WHO BETTER BAR FOR BAR. E HART (YONKERS/BRONX) AND (MS FIT) BROOKLYN MADE THIS A SERIOUS POUND FOR POUND FIGHT, YOU COULD RATE THIS TOP 5 IN FEMCEE BATTLE HISTORY!
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Joe Frazier, the former heavyweight champion who handed Muhammad Ali his first defeat yet had to live forever in his shadow, has died after a brief final fight with liver cancer. He was 67.
The family issued a release confirming the boxer’s death on Monday night.
Frazier, who took on Ali in three momentous fights in the 1970s — including the epic “Thrilla in Manilla” — had been under home hospice care after being diagnosed just weeks ago with the cancer that took his life, a family friend said. Until then, Frazier had been doing regular autograph appearances, including one in Las Vegas in September.
Smokin’ Joe was a small yet ferocious fighter who smothered his opponents with punches, including a devastating left hook he used to end many of his fights early. It was the left hook that dropped Ali in the 15th round at Madison Square Garden in 1971 to seal a win in the so-called “Fight of the Century.”
Though he beat Ali in that fight, Frazier lost the final two and for many years was bitter about the role Ali forced him to play as his foil.
Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/Philadelphia_boxing_legend_Joe_Frazier_dies.html?cmpid=125219969#ixzz1d5IH2TAD
Watch sports videos you won’t find anywhere else