Monday, March 31, 2008

Stash Fridays with the Jacka @ Milk This Friday!!!


Bay Area Stand Up!!!

This Friday night, The Jacka will be performing live at the our monthly party in conjunction with Stash Magazine.

I've been a fan of the Jack since his self-titled debut... So much that I included a remix of his "From the Bay" on my first [Re]Mixtape. Peep the "Mobb-centric who's who" roll call of Bay Area Rappers as the third verse.

The Jacka- From The Bay (Trackademicks Remix) mp3

Saturday, March 29, 2008

HONOR ROLL Merchandise @ The Giant Peach!!!


It's been a long time coming, but its HERE!

Get your Honor Roll Clothes and Music at Giant Peach! I know hella yall have been wanting them fre$h Tees! Look out for new fresh designs and colorways!!!


Monday, March 24, 2008

Lyrics Born Interview


Before I say anything, back in '97, Latyrx' "Lady Don't Tek No" was the DOPE- and still is (its on my ipod as we speak). It Mobbs as hard as a song can Mobb without being Mobb Muzik... Its right up there with E-40's "Sideways", The most mobbin' song EVER!

With that said, I met my homie Lyrics Born on a fluke. I was being interviewed by Weyaland on Hardknock Radio in mid '06, talking about some of the artists I was interested in working with, one of which happened to be his wife, Joyo Velarde. It turns out that she happened to be listening to the interview and called the station. I ended up becoming real cool with them and got a chance to do some work on this Live album.

I'm excited for his upcoming release, Everywhere At Once. I did a handful of Tracks and some programing on the album, as well as a verse on "Cakewalk"... The Album is droppin' on April 22. Get That.

Art of Rhyme- Lyrics Born Interview

Lyrics Born- L-I-F-E feat. Mistah F.A.B. mp3

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Honor Roll Presents Spank Pops "The Truth Vol. 3"


Yes, there were two more "Truths" before this and they are super fresh as well. This installment was mixed by the Honor Roll's resident soundsystem, DJ Tap.10.

New Exclusive Honor Roll Slap!!!!

Spank Pops, The Truth Vol. 3
featuring Trackademicks, Honor Roll, Equipto, Andre Nickatina & Bored Stiff.
production by Trackademicks, 1 o.A.k. & Doctor J

Spank Pops "The Truth Vol. 3" Mixtape

Sunday, March 16, 2008

A Little R&R...

Radio & Remixes Boy!
Coming in just a few days....

This past week I had the chance to be the featured guest on True Knowledge Radio.

True Knowledge Radio 3.12.08

I had a lot of fun on this show. Look for more interviews and radio shows very soon...

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

From the Bay to LA

Snoop Dog "Life of Da Party" feat. Mistah F.A.B. Too $hort

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Peep this interview on Killer Mike...

Status Ain't Hood Interviews Killer Mike

DJ Tap.10 sent this to me last week... Its a good read for anyone who's lost their mind and trying to get in this game. He's been through a lot to make it happen and spits a lot of game on how you gotta look at this thang...


Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Alameda has a Magazine?



...and I'm in it this month!

I thought I wasn't in a high enough tax bracket to be on the radar in the hometown!

Mom, show this to the neighbors and those you who used to be mad we moved in!


Monday, March 3, 2008


I must say that I had blast this weekend.

This past Friday I supported Wale at Mighty the NoisePop festival here in SF. The show was off the hook. Mighty isn't know for having the best sound, and the stage was only like 10' bx 2'... Hella Small! Despite this, a good amount of people from the front to the back were right with me the whole time. I must say the Honor Roll was in full effect.

If you came out, Thanks... If you have pics/video...Holler at me!

Saturday got off to a late start but free cocktails @ Diesel wasn't a bad way to kick off the evening. After that, we hit a karaoke spot w/ some folks, had a chance to butcher Tears For Fears' "Head Over Heals". Then we hit Poleng Lounge to catch the Daz I Que of Bugz In The Attic for a DJ set... Broken beat soul, crackin' as usual...

After that we skated over to Mighty, where 3/4 of SF's population were crammed in one room to catch MSTRKRFT... It was Complete Mayhem... Just in case you aren't hip or forgot... MSTRKRFT used to be Death From Above 1979, and although I'm sad "Black History Month" is over, if they had never switched it up, we wouldn't have gotten this...

MSTRKRFT "Easy Love"