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Friday, November 30, 2007

Win-win for Xmas

It's that commercially sunny time of the year again. Saving and investing is for suckaz. So start spending your dough on shit you really need ... like "urban streetwear", iPods, and online porn. And while you're at it, don't foget to play the German lottery. You see, whenever there's a big-ass jackpot, playing Lotto is time well spent because your odds are much better. Don't just buy one, get at least 12 lottery tickets. It's state sponsored gambling, so it cannot be addicting! A true win-win situation -- on top of that, you could win one of 'em Backspin calendars ... daily! That's hot!* Like a day at the beach ...

* Don't fuck around! "That's the shit!" is a registered trademark (TM) of Paris Hilton

P.S. Think global, act local. Back to the future!

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Corporate American rap feat DJ Tomekk

Tomasz Kuklicz a.k.a. DJ Tomekk (born October 11, 1976 in Kraków, Poland) is a popular Polish hip hop DJ.
His hits feature rappers like Ice-T, Fatman Scoop, Khia, Xzibit, Fler, Sido, Kurupt, Lil' Kim, KRS-One, and Flavor Flav.
DJ Tomekk's first album was called Return of Hip Hop and was followed by Beat of Life and Numma Eyns (Number One).

Top 6 Videos:

Dj Tomekk - Return Of Hip Hop (Feat. Krs-One, Torch & Mc Ren

DJ Tomekk feat. GZA Prodigal Sunn - Ich Lebe Fur Hip Hop

Dj Tomekk feat. Lil'Kim and Trooper da Don- Kimnotyze

DJ Tomekk f. Ice T, Sandra Nasic - Beat Of Life

DJ Tomekk ft Kurupt Tatwaffe & G-Style in Ganxtaville part 3

DJ Tomekk feat. DLR & Xzibit - Salam Alajkum

Sunday, November 25, 2007

फ्रितो 1984's not necessarily deutschrap-related "Y!-filtered" (नोव २३)

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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

BACKSPIN #90 - अन्निवेर्सरी Issue

BACKSPIN #90 - November 2007COVER: 2 Cover, 2 Storys
phreQuincy wants to afford something
Who is Eko Fresh?

GERMANY: Lakman, Germany, Patrick mit Absicht, Kollegah, Joe Rilla, Real Jay, Dominance Records, 80's Flashback, Funkviertel

INTERNATIONAL: Ja Rule, NYG'z, Joell Ortiz, Gouge One, Ceza, Will.i.am, Twista, DJ Muggs vs. Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm

GRAFFITI: Bubbles & T-Ups, Walls, Trica's Birthday Painting 2007, TrainsWriter's Special: Regie

So who the fuck is Eko Fresh?

Ekrem Bora (born September 3, 1983 in Mönchengladbach) better known as Eko Fresh and also known as Elektro Eko is a German rapper of Turkish descent. His hometown is Mönchengladbach. He used to be in a relationship with the singer Valezka.
Ekrem grew up in Mönchengladbach and used to go to school until he stopped to pursue his musical interests. He grew up with his mother. After he left the school he had no profession so he worked in a shoe-shop. There he met for the first time the well-known rapper Kool Savas. Kool Savas was his mentor so he could early release his first LP on Royal Bunker, whose name was Jetzt kommen wir auf die Sachen. After this LP, Kool Savas, Eko Fresh, Valezka and Melbeatz founded Optik Records. There Eko Fresh released his 2nd LP König von Deutschland (King of Germany). Then, he fell in love with Valezka and that was not okay for Savas so Eko Fresh and Valezka left the Label and released their Songs on Sony BMG. There he released 3 LPs: Ich bin jung und brauche das Geld, Dünya Dönüyor - Die Welt dreht sich feat. Azra of Royal Bunker and L.O.V.E. featuring his Girlfriend Valezka.
50 Cent dissed Eko Fresh's Label "German Dream" on the Song Das Urteil by Kool Savas:
"Ey yo whats up. It's the kid 50 Cent. You are now tuned in to my man Kool Savas. Optik Boom. Destroy the German Dream, ya heard? G-G-G-G-G-Unit".
After approaching him on the subject, Eko Fresh reacted irrationally, trying to pull of a "rebel-stunt".
Eko Fresh and "Das Urteil"
Kool Savas replied with the most infamous disstrack in German HipHop History, entitled "Das Urteil" (The Judgement), with which he hoped to put an end to his former apprentice. This created a rift between Eko Fresh's "German Dream Team" and Kool Savas' renowned Optik Records.

Buschidoof Feat Ecko Fisch - Nemesis
Bushido feat. Eko Fresh - Nemesis

Monday, November 19, 2007

Still Dynamite Deluxe

Dynamite Deluxe is still a German hip hop group hailing from Hamburg, consisting of the MC Samy Deluxe, producer Tropf and producer/DJ Dynamite (alias Joni Rewind). The name is a combination of DJ Dynamite and Samy Deluxe.
In 1997, the trio released their first mixtape "Dynamite Deluxe Demo", which was an 8-track EP produced in a very small amount but can still be heard on the EP "The Classic Vinyl Files". Between the release of their first and final album Deluxe Soundsystem followed in 2000, they produced several other EPs and mixtapes. Although Samy Deluxe left the group in early 2001, DJ Dynamite and Tropf still work together and run the label Hamburgs Finest with him.
The group was awarded an ECHO in the category "Best Hip-Hop/R&B National" in 2001.
There is a comeback planned for January 2008. (wiki)

A true gem: "Gruene Brille" (2000):

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

American egg vs. German chicken

Deutsch Hiphop

There are many critics of German Rap, some of them going as far as to totally denounce it and call it merely 'Deutschsprachige Rap', attributing all the originality to the traditional Hip-hop as produced in the USA. However, not all Hip-hop made in German is just the same american hiphop in the german language. Some bands do have their distinct qualities and styles, that are different from the american stuff. I, however, do not make much distinction between 'Deutschsprachige Hiphop' or 'Deutsch Hiphop', because I enjoy both (as well as the traditional Hip-hop, gangsta rap etc.).

Source: UTexas.edu

Dude, no idea's original, there's nothing new under the sun. Neither Nas nor American hip-hop is truly original ... the egg or the chicken?? Who gives a shit what came first!?

No more Kinderzimmer Productions

Kinderzimmer Productions, the German hiphop crew that brought you Asphalt (2007), Irgendjemand muss doch (2005), Ich bin, du nicht sicher (2004), Wir sind da wo oben ist (2002), Die hohe Kunst der tiefen Schläge (1999), Die Erste (1998), Im Auftrag ewiger Jugend und Glückseligkeit (1996), Kinderzimmer Productions (1994), no longer be making deutschrap.

They consist of Quasi Modo (Sascha Klammt as DJ) and Textor (Henrik von Holtum as MC). They released their first album in 1994. Their name is both a tribute to early hip hop group Boogie Down Productions and a reference to the child's play room (German Kinderzimmer) in the parental house of Henrik von Holtum, in which the first two albums were recorded.

Kinderzimmer Productions is distinguished by a highly individual style. More than with most German-language hip hop, the tracks are shaped by a dynamic combination of samples (often jazzy or funky, frequently quoting well-known hip hop classics), which creates a constant change of mood. Textor's sing-speak is marked by high speed, complicated sentence constructions and the occasional use of foreign words and technical terms, which can sometimes make his message seem self-conscious and obscure, although the content is of secondary importance to the sophisticated wordplay. In "Back" Textor sings Wie ich schon sagte, ich schreib meine Zeilen mal widerlich schnell, mal fettig und langsam, mal sinnvoll, mal sinnlos ("Like I said, sometimes I write my lines obscenely fast, sometimes slow and flabby, sometimes meaningful, sometimes meaningless"). This virtuoso mixture of sampling and sing-speak can be psychedelic in effect.
As a special feature on their homepage, users can make their own hip hop tape with words spoken by Textor.