Monday, 23 June 2008
New Marvin The Martian & Jack Nimble Mixtape Exclusively to Blogspot.
Download link below.
1. Give Me The Drums Jack [Intro]
2. Paper Planes
3. C'Mon Baby [Freestyle]
4. Doctor Feat. Why Lout?
5. Return of the Marv
6. Gun Fever [Blam Blam]
7. GoodBooks Say... [Freestyle]
8. Mary Poppins [Freestyle]
9. Acceptable In The 80s
10. My Patch
11. Duffle Bag Marv [Freestyle]
12. Castlevania [Pixel Snippet]
13. Hood Lovely [Pixel Snippet]
14. Winebar Feat. Pixel
15. Great Day
16. Marv I Surrender [Freestyle]
17. Agent Orange [Freestyle]
18. Waste a Waste Man [Freestyle]
19. Step 2 Skank [Snippet]
20. Fresh Kick Feeling
21. Niche [Freestyle]
24. Your Mum 101 [Freestyle]
26. Drugs In This Club
27. Terminator [Freestyle]
28. I Get Money [Signing On]
29. Believe It
30. Everything's Easy [Outro]
Friday, 20 June 2008
People turned out in their hundreds to pay mourn young Jimmy Mizen. Only 16 years of a ge for a day before he was stabbed in the neck in a bakery in Lee South East London.
The state of out once great city has left our youth in fear and paranoia, walking the streets of london is more dawnting and worrying to most of todays youth than any other journey that they are made to take. A staggering amount of youth have been stabbed or shot in our capital this year, and although i maintain that the police do fuck all for the youth of London ,(i say youth of London cos i mean the youth who live in london) we must realise that we are living in a scarier time, wen a 14 year old can be question for gun crime you know its a sad sad day for the western world. In light of Rhys Jones and many other children slaughtered in recent months, i find my self more angry than saddened. Being a young white male rased in Briton South London i am not iggnorant to the mindframe of those around me, having been stopped at knife point and shot at in my nearly two decades of south london street life i have found my own form of protection, it is the most basic and primative and i do not advise it unless you believe it, but wenever i have had my life questioned by what can only be described as a chld with a toy, I SWING I SWING HARD. I believe that if you have a gun or knife on you, you have the intention and means to end my life i've always vowed to go out swinging.
To say that the best retaliation to a gun is a fist is stupid, but to say its another gun is retarded, im just saying that enough is enough, no more leaving your home to go to the shops and crossing the road if you see youths, don't be scared to commut through your own town or even city because the top back end of the bus is occupied by shits in uniforms. By being afraid your giving them what they want, we must stand up, be counted and not have a fucking bar of it!!!!!!!!
A tribute from the family of young Jimmy read at his service : "God sent them Jimmy with a mission in mind to show the world love and leave all the anger behind.
"With a smile so special, so gentle, so kind, an angel of immaculate character beautiful inside.
"Jimmy taught us all to let anger and hate go, look deep in your heart and the love will flow.
"Now look up at heaven, at the sky at night, you will see a star shining ever so bright, that is Jimmy... our gentle giant."
Jake Fahri, 19, from Lee, has been charged with his murder. 19!!!!!
Mugabe's Reign of Terror looks to be lengthened
MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai is said to be under pressure to pull out in view of escalating poll-related violence.
The MDC says dozens of its supporters have been killed but President Robert Mugabe blames the MDC for the violence.
A withdrawal threat could be a move to pressure the international community to ensure a fair vote, say correspondents.
A meeting of senior MDC officials in Harare has revealed "differences of opinion" within the party over its next move, MDC spokesman Nelson Chamisa states.
He said the party needed to assess the situation in the country and unless conditions changed the vote would be a "charade".
If they do pull out, the MDC would be handing victory to President Robert Mugabe, making it a tricky decision to take, says the BBC's Caroline Hawley in Johannesburg, South Africa.
However, Mr Tsvangirai's potential withdrawal from the election can be seen as a move to put pressure on the international community to do something about the poll-related violence in Zimbabwe, says our correspondent.
Meanwhile in Brussels, the EU has drafted a summit statement saying they are ready "to take additional measures against those responsible for violence".
The EU document does not state what the additional measures might be.
The EU already has an arms embargo against Zimbabwe and has placed travel bans and frozen the assets of President Mugabe and other senior government and ruling Zanu-PF party officials.
Mr Mugabe blames the sanctions for causing Zimbabwe's economic freefall.
The EU statement urged the African Union and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to deploy "a significant number of election monitors as soon as possible and to ensure their continued presence until the electoral process is completed".
Morgan Tsvangirai gained the most votes in the election's first round, but not enough to win outright.
The opposition has suffered five violent deaths in recent days, among them the wife of Harare's mayor-elect.
The MDC says at least 70 of its supporters have now been killed and 25,000 forced from their homes in a state-sponsored campaign of violence.
Robert Mugabe Zanu-PF blames the opposition for the violence
One of its top leaders, Tendai Biti, has also been charged with treason and subversion.
A Harare court has upheld the charges, saying there is reasonable suspicion that Mr Biti committed an offence, and remanded the case to 7 July.
The subversion charge carries a possible death sentence.
MDC rallies have also been disrupted and Mr Tsvangirai briefly detained by police on several occasions.
There has been growing international condemnation, including from some of Zimbabwe's neighbours, of the pre-election climate in the country.
Three countries from SADC monitoring the polls - Tanzania, Angola and Swaziland - said the election would not be free and fair given the current circumstances.
"The report we received still indicates that violence is escalating throughout Zimbabwe," Tanzanian Foreign Minister Bernard Membe told the BBC.
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said violence from Zanu-PF supporters meant the run-off would not be free and fair.
Tuesday, 17 June 2008
Thursday, 12 June 2008
Amidst the news that another young person has fallen to the evils of Emo and Bebo and commited suicide, i feel i must ask the question "How can the internet kill you?"
Sam Leeson, a 13 year old student fromTredworth, Gloucestershire, hanged himself in his bedroom apparently after suffering months of bullying online. Sam was said to be being bullied for his "Emo" appearance and taste in music, now i don't know about you but i was under the impression that emo was a trend of not caring what people thought of how you looked and sounded, also how sad have you got to be to insult someone you don't know ( I'm assuming he didn't know them, if he did its not bullying its grilling) on their appearance via the internet? The sources that i've read say that Sam wasn't bullied at school or in his social life but only on Bebo, I don't want to seem like an evil sinical heartless bastard but i think much less drastic measures could have been taken to avoid confrontation. Now i want you to know im not bloggin because of Sam himself rather due to the long list of young people taking there own lives for these same stupid reasons, now from what i've gathered the blame has been placed on the internets many networking websites i.e Myspace, Facebook and Bebo. But there seems to be another common link to these 20 odd suicides that have occured this year, that common ingredient is "Emo" music. "Emo" music is just another word for depressing music, a lot of "i hate the world and the world hates me" all that bollocks, for all my life i've experienced the negative stigma linked with hip-hop and how it glamorises guns, drugs and sex ,but this new epidemic of children ,( that's right CHILDREN not young adults) taking there own lives while conveniently having some chemical romance pumping some negative bullshit through there ipod headphones seems to have to be kept on the hush hush.
All im saying is i would rather live in a world of 50 Cent fans swearing and smoking weed than in a world of tears, self hate and pity. What most people confuse with genius in the Emo Subcluture is really just an endless stream of complaints from a buch of middle class wankers. That's all i gotta say.