US scientists predict Universe change, total blackout of planet for 3 days from Dec 23 2012.
It is not the end of the world, it is an alignment of the Universe, where the Sun and the earth will align for the first time. The earth will shift from
the current third dimension to zero dimension, then shift to the forth dimension. During this transition, the entire Universe will face a big
change, and we will see a entire brand new world.
The 3 days blackout is predicted to happen on Dec 23, 24, 25....during this time, staying calm is most important, hug each other, pray pray pray, sleep for 3 nights...and those who survive will face a brand new world....for those not prepared, many will die because of fear.
Be happy, enjoy every moment now. Don't worry, Stay POSITIVE and LOVE everday.
There is a lot of talk about what will happen in 2012, but many people don't believe it, and don't want to talk
about it for fear of creating fear and panic. We don't know what will happen, but it is worth
listening to USA 's NASA talk about preparation or the video below will give you a PERFECT understanding of whats to come.
With this new-and-improved HHKMTL comes a fresh element that will add an entirely new dimension to the event: on December 20th, for the first time ever, audience members will get a chance to put their hip hop knowledge to the test by participating in our live trivia segment! Following a loose game-show format, this will engage the entire audience and provide a new level of interaction and unity amongst the whole crowd. In the sprit of the holiday season, gifts and prizes will be awarded to the winners- ranging from LRG and Urbanears giveaways to CDs and DVDs provided by CJLO.
In addition, (since everyone knows you can’t rap on an empty stomach), HHKMTL will also be collaborating for the first time with Biscuits & BBQ, a local catering business. For this upcoming event, there will be a small section set up at Le Belmont where owner and founder Enzo Catania will be selling his delicious chicken biscuit sandwiches for 3$ each.
Hip Hop Karaoke Montreal is a monthly event celebrating Hip Hop music in an entertaining, collaborative, and inclusive environment not only for Hip Hop fans but also for people looking for unique entertainment in Montreal.
First launched in New York, with chapters springing up in Toronto, Vancouver, and the UK, Hip Hop Karaoke is a unique concept that showcases live performances of Hip Hop’s finest – from old school classics to the newest releases – with a professional DJ taking care of the instrumentals as participants from the crowd perform their favourite Hip Hop tracks. Without any on-screen lyrics provided to performers, HHK puts a twist on traditional karaoke, creating a unique vibe resembling a live performance – when "the anxiety manifests itself as energy, and the crowd goes wild" as described by the Montreal Mirror in their 2012 Noisemakers article about HHK Montreal.
Hip Hop Karaoke first launched in Montreal on March 31, 2011 to fervent crowd appreciation. Since then, events have witnessed surprise performances from internationally celebrated comedians Maz Jobrani and Hannibal Burress, as well as local MC The Narcycist, host Justin “Dshade” Phillips, comic book artist Cameron Stewart, and a range of brave Montrealers getting up on stage in full costume from cheeky and experienced burlesque dancers to slightly sober university students. In the five or so months since its time away, past performers and hopeful future participants have taken to social media to call for the return of "HHK MTL" and voiced their commitment to perform.
I was in attendance during the 2nd conference based on the Slang Rap Democracy and it was a beautiful thing to see the HIP HOP community share there experiences,emotions,trials and tribulations. Some had their say on having more female presence on the panel because there was only 1 up there. Topics were thrown back and forth like a realistic classification for the term success,how to how artists can better interact with fans, weather Montreal artist's actually have talent and so forth. There was tears and there were laughs. But let it be known, Montreal does have a Hip Hop community. In attendance was Mario Reyes Fuentes, Rickey D Daley, Urbn-Logix, Vincent Pryce, Full Course from LabNoise, Aïsha Cariotte Vertus, Shelz, Dj SevDee, Elonskee, Dirtwork, Don Smooth, The Narcicyst and more.. The video's below are from last years assembly.
The police force has purchased two 'camouflaged' black Dodge Chargers, and plans to buy several more. With no obvious markings on the front or rear of the vehicle, which the force says is ideal for traffic patrol.
Police say the cars will first be used in the north and west parts of the island in an attempt to nab people using cell phones, speeding through school zones, or other traffic violations.
1. What is the beat or moment that made you wanna produce beats. (80) I gave a friend,shout out to DJ Fat Sak, a Van Halen sample and Rass Kass ended up on the beat.That's when i knew i should do this.
2. What's the best rhyme spat over your production? (80) By AG from D.I.T.C He said "I flow like Big L ghost in here"
3. If you can produce for anyone, who would it be? (80) Ghostface Killah
4. One instrumental you wish you would have done is? (80) Alchemist's "Loose Your Life" with Snoop Dogg,Pusha T and Jadakiss.
5.To create a banger, what do you need? (80) Need to have the perfect fresh sample nobody knows in my hands.
THE COLLOABO-ALBUM "180 ROCKS" WITH BORDEN IS IN STORES NOW.
Sneak Preview : The Success Clothing x Escape Entertainment x LOVE the for the Matt Dutch Garner Tribute Party. All profits will go to the LOVE Québec - Leave Out Violence (OFFICIAL) foundation. Rest In Paradise Dutch & Long Live The Duke. #LLTD