Search This Blog

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Speaking of The Battle....

Battles should be more of a celebration rather than a showdown. I am really looking forward to this musical menagerie of mc's. So far there are 6 poets entered. Sincere , Keno, Big Dice, C-Note, Kinetik Dialekt and Canaan. They are still looking for 2 more poets to enter the fray, but were told if there is still 6 on the night of "The Battle", there might be a slight change in the rules before the contest begins. If there is anyone who is more qualified to host an mc battle in Massachusetts please stand up. What can be said about Akrobatik that hasn't already been said about Akrobatik? Respected world wide lyrically by anyone who appreciates real hip hop. This should be a night to remember.

I have been advised to bring a camera so I would like to advise everyone to follow suit. Your not going to want to miss it. Also performing live, Wakefield's own Straight Ca$h and closing the night Sincere. Throughout the night C&Dj's team will be tearing the night up. Dj Clashious Clay, Dj Night&Day will be sorting out the sound situation. All ages doors at 5. To think for all this entertainment is just 10 bucks. I can't get over it. Definitely bring a camera. The Stoned Show will post any picture sent to us after the night of "The Battle". We will see you all there.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

M.C. Battle hosted by Akrobatik

C&Dj's Presents M.C. Battle hosted by Akrobatik with a live performances by Wakefeild's own Straight Ca$h and Sincere. Dj's Clashious Clay and Night&Day will be spinning music all night. The M.C. Battle will 8 M.C.'s in total. There are a few spots open. If any M.C. is interested in competing please contact Dj Clashious Clay thru facebook. This is an all ages event.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Revalation - Megaman (Freestyle)+Instrumental D/L

The Mc Exposition Benefit Show was Dope!!

The night was off the hook and filled to the brim with hop hop fans from all walks of life. Parking was not a problem. There is a cab garage across the street and for 10 clams? I know a good deal when I see one. Dj Slip Wax set off the night properly. Scratches, Cuts, Beat Juggling hip hop music! All of the performers were off the chain and all for a great cause. M.C. Exposition took to the stage for a track. It was good to see D-Tension again. Akrobatik closed the show with an amazing return to the stage and captivated the audience with an emotional performance. What a night. The photos are not in any particular order

Saturday, November 26, 2011

MC Exposition feat. Akrobatik with Dj Clashious Clay Tonight!!

- Side note,, the fact that the greatest boxer of all time Muhammad (Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr) Ali is on the cover of this ad has nothing to do with Clashious spinning for Akrobatik. Its just a Coincidence. See you all tonight ringside.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Touching down to Earth just for you...

Peep out the Graphos Entertainment movement. What is Graphos? " Graphos Entertainment is a culture. We incorperate artwork, language, photography, videography and other types of crafts into our music. We are a society."

Graphos Entertainment:

Thursday, October 27, 2011

United Styles 7 World Bboy Cup 2011 trailer Dec 17th and 18th

An Interview with John Re-Surch McGhee

John Re-Surch McGhee
  • If you take hip hip out of the equation what type of music would you be playing, if playing music at all?
    I would be playing piano music. Music like The Fray where the piano is the main focus. I love the instrument. I mess around with it now, but very soon I'm going to take lessons and become an actual pianist.

    Where were you born and where are you from?
    I was born and raised in Boston Massachusetts, Dorchester. The 617 kid, but I was in M.E.T.C.O., so I went to school in the Burbs, Lynnfield. Everyday back and fourth.

    Favorite group/artist/mc/dj/producer?
    My favorite group of all time is The Wu Tang Clan. I'm mean they had something music couldn't deny. Then Rage against the machine. There music is so inspiring. "Fuck the G ride I want the machines that are making them. I like Odd Future and Tyler the Creator, that's one funny dude. My favorite 4 Emcee's are Eminem, Nas, Rza, and Tupac. Em is just insane I mean did you hear him on the 2011 BET Cypher. What the fuck!!! Nas was my number 1 before Em came along. I was hook off it was written. I didn't even know about Illmatic and then I heard that shit years later. Like this dude totally change the game at that time. Rza is just this really creative dude. He's responsible for my rap career. After listening to him I started writing and freestyling a lot to become a true Emcee. A title which I have gladly earned. And Tupac is a legend. His raw passion is what hooked me. He didn't hold anything back. He spoke his mind even though it meant jail or death.

    What do you think about the occupy wall st movement? Would you perform at or support the cause?
    I think that it's fucked up that 1% of the population control the wealth, but I never really watch the news because it's always fucked up. There's never anything positive on there. My cause is education. Every school should be a Milton Academy, a Harvard, with top educational standards. It's fucked up that some towns get great school systems and other get crap. That's a set up because kids and teens follow. They don't know any better. There still developing.

    How long have you been recording music?
    I've been recording for 10 years. I still remember how terrible my first recording was. I have destroyed that CD, but I wish I still had it now just to show the development. I also have my degree in Audio Engineering, so I know my way around a studio.

    Whats your next project?
    "Raised In The Ghetto Went To School In The Burbs" were in the mixing phase now. I really want to experiment with effects and studio magic, so I separated it from the recording process. It's suppose to be an album, but It might become a mixtape because I want to give it out for free. Plus I've recorded so many tracks. I might have to make both.

    Please explain what"ACK" is.
    ACK stands for Alcoholic College Kidz and it's the name of my first album. I started the movement when I was in college. I was making my first album figuring what I wanted to talk about and that's what I was living at the time. My motto has always been "I may not be a gangsta, but I'm from around the way." So It was important to me that I made something different. I am the Father of College Rap. I was the first, I don't care what anyone says. I know and my fans know I was first!

    How many shows have you performed to date?
    Geez who knows. That's a good question. I stopped counting years ago. Lots and lots.

    Do you have any advice to someone who has never performed live?
    Yea, practice. Practice until you know your shit so well that you could be black out drunk and still know your music. Think of your stage show as that, a show not as sound, but as visual. Your fans already know your music, they came to SEE, SEE, SEE a show. Did I stress that they came to SEE a show?

    Who is your dj and close crew?
    My DJ is DJ Liberty. I grew up with him. That's my homey. We were captains of the football team in high school. But I roll with a lot of people, EMS, Order 66, One 3 Music, mad people.

    Whats your favorite song? Favorite one you have ever recorded, and why is it your favorite.
    My favorite song I have ever recorded is "This Time", I sampled The Offspring's song "Self Esteem" which is one of my all time favorites. It took two years to find a producer that could chop that up right. Producer after producer, and my college buddy Beatdown was the one who did it. He even said it was a challenge. And I wrote 3 different versions before I found the actual lyrics that belonged to the song. It was after my boy Dante committed suicide, so I dedicated the song to him because he was a really good dude. I'm still morning his loss.

    Where can we find you online and when is your next live show?
    You can find me at and My next show is Saturday November 19, 2011 in Quincy MA.

    Boston emcee Re-Surch has teamed up with, One3 Music, and Str8 Up Ent. to present his latest mixtape, Alcoholic College Kidz, the Collective Vol. 1. Download here: Forgoing the current hip hop stereotypes, Re-Surch has crafted a compilation for hip hop fans who just...

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Reminder'' Halloween Party P.A.C.C. Clashious Clay

It's going to be the most fun you could have with your clothes on.The Dj will be taking requests after 11pm before that, I'm told we can "keep that shit to ourselves". Portuguese American Civic Club 175 School St Taunton, Ma. Now that you have the address, who's spinning the mess? Dj Clashious Clay, funky fresh in the flesh. Please bring original costumes on Friday night folks because last year three dudes dressed like K.C. from the Sunshine Band and none of them got in. Play it wise when planning your disguise. There will be raffles and all of the proceeds are going to a local charity for a great cause. So dress up, come out, have fun and get home safe.

Re-Surch - Hustle Hard Re-Mix

DJ Premier presents: "Think Twice" Ft. Big Shug, Avirex, Singapore Kane,...

Jugular Vein - Mr. Lif

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Akai MPC Comparison Chart

I thought this would be a helpful tool to have on the site. I hope it helps all up and coming producers to choose the right equipment.


Mr Lif - Collapse the Walls

Friday, October 7, 2011

Coke La Rock: Hip Hop's First MC

Dj Kool Herc

Dividends - Singapore Kane

Documentary - Hip Hop Legends

Remember The Pioneers.

I watched a documentary on Hip Hop this morning and wanted to share one of the coolest old school album cover's I have ever seen. We love our history, our music and our culture. Peace Love and Hip Hop.


Holy Cheap Vocal Booth Clashious!!

This man is a mad scientist. Who would have thought to use an old storage bin and about 30 egg crates to create the worlds cheapest and probably only "vocal dome". The Situation Room has many things in its arsenal, but money is not on the list. "Call it what you will", say's Clashious but it works. I keeps outside sound out and quality sound in. It's been called many things, but pretty is not one of them.