Saturday, May 28, 2011

Gil Scott-Heron

Here is a tribute to the Great Gil Scott-Heron.  A Revolutionary, Poet, Musician, Author, Social Justice fighter, and one of the dopest MC's to ever hold a mic.  "The God Father of Rap" - Your words will live on...  Art work by my NorthStar Zulu brohter - Mad Hatter.
Stop, look, and listen...
The Revolution will not be Televised!

One of 6.  Check in...

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Pesci's 3-D WST

Here is a lil sneak peek into what's coming from Wild Style Technicians.  This is Pesci's 2nd design for WST.  Make sure you order when this drops or you might be left off.  Check in at:

Jewels by KRS

Here is some of KRS Power of Future jewels.  I got the CD from my NS Family a few years back.  If you never heard it, find it, get it, listen to it, and pass it along to someone you love.  Something to meditate to.  Create your own future.  Real talk...

Bambaataa, DJ Premier Remix.

Here is a lil jewel I found while on the internet.  It's labeled as "Funk La Planet" presents... Dj Fudge, Feat. Afrika Bambaataa.  The Dj Premier Remix. Song is called "Jump Up".  Here is the link for the free download MP3.  Enjoy! 

"Will you look at it?"

This is going to be a new segment I'm going to call "Will you look at it?"  This is the "Car Edition"  We got to laugh more folks.  Let's go!  This video has over 4 million views!  Crazy...

Another D-Bird sighting.

This is the first D-Bird canvas I did.  This numbered as 1.   Rocked with Montana Hardcore and 94.   Detailed with marvy pens.   Also used special Montana Poltergeist glow in the dark paint on a few spots for special effects when you turn off the lights.  If interested here is the link:

Warsaw Challenge 2011

Poland stand up!  Check in and see what's going down.  Very inspiring video of how true Hip Hop continues to thrive overseas.  This is from the Warsaw Challenge 2011 event.  It brought amazing B-Boys from around the world and even some legends.  Check out moves I've never seen in my life and even a few jewels dropped by one of my favorite B-Boys of all times B-Boy Storm out of Germany.  B-Boys open up your ears...  Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Conditioning threw games...

World War 3? Oh yeah it's just a game.  I mean MW3.

Rock the Bells 2011 line up.

Here it is what some wait all year for.  The 8th Annual Rock the Bells music festival.  The new 2011 lineup is out and promises to be one of the best ever. Here is what's in store.   Nas performing Illmatic with guest AZ, Pete Rock, DJ PremierMost Def and Talib performing Black Star.  The Chef and Ghost performing Only built for Cuban LinxMobb Deep performing InfamousGZA performing Liquid Swords.  Black Moon performing Enter da Stage.  Ohhhh weee this is going to be hot.  The show too.  If you been to San Bernardino you know what Im talking about...  Now where is my ticket!

Monday, May 23, 2011

LionHeart Facebook

Follow LionHeart Sound on their new FaceBook page.  Add and tell a friend.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

LionHeart 20 Min Mix Reggae Sampler

This is an old project I did for a all genre music project.  I was chosen for the reggae set and was told that every DJ had 20 minutes.  I decided to put a lil blessing at the beginning, some early warm up, & a few big tunes. I slowly picked up the bpm's as I went along all the way to some Dancehall at the end.  Enjoy and add the New LionHeart Sound on Facebook.  Enjoy!

Saturday, May 21, 2011

That's Hip Hop - The Slurpee edition

Tippa Lee - Lionheart Dub Plate

80's Reggae star cutting a dub plate for LionHeart Sound.  Big up to TRC crew for the video.  Enjoy!

Friday, May 20, 2011

That's Hip Hop

Ok boys and girls it's time for another segment of "That's hip Hop".  Cats are really making this easy on me with all the post.  I'm glad someone's amused.  lol.  I think DOZE said it best: "So what men, that's not even breakn'.  I call that Fairy Flying".  Got to love the originality in the stage performance with all the other dancers just standing around doing nothing.  Real fresh Ramo, real fresh...  Enjoy!

"Mad Ammo"

Here is a great video I got from my man Ras.  Funny ish for sure.  It's Celph Titled & Buckwild
featuring F.T. & R.A. The Rugged Man.  If you missed the album here you go: Album: "Nineteen Ninety Now" on the "No Sleep Recordings" label.  Now do the rest of the work.  Booyakashot!

Words from AlienNess - Mighty Zulu Kings

Here is a clip of my man AlienNess kicking jewlz when it comes to footwork battles and the dance in general.  Youngstas pay attention.  Salute King.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Rock and come in...

Well alright then.... Inside the LionHeart Big Tune Sound.  Here is one for all the ladies dem.  One of my favorites, Peetah Morgan from Morgan Heritage and Hawaii's own Fiji.  Hand ina di air for the Polynesian dem...  Bo, Bo...

Yeah man, feel good music...

Old School vs New School

Here is a dope clip I got from my man Refa - Waset NorthStar Zulus.  Love it.  Check out how the True School handles their biz...  Almost feel sorry for the other cats and I know a few of them...  The Red Bull sponsored event was billed as: "Urban Momentum Dance Week 2003" and brought the world's best dancers together to represent all forms of Urban Dance: B-Boying, Funk Styles, Hip Hop, Capoeira, House, and Abstract Moves.  The "Momentum Contest Format" is totally unique because it gives dancers the freedom to choose their own music allowing dancers of different styles to compete on a level playing field.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

D-Bird sighting...

For Sale. 19 x 24 canvas.  Painted with Spanish Montana 94 & Hardcore.  Also used Poltergeist paint for special true glow in the dark effects.  This is number 2 of the first 3 D-Birds made.

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Grown man rap...

In these days were the MC has almost become the black sheep of true Hip Hop culture, it's nice to see a veteran still doing it.  Not just doing it, but doing it right.  Following the blue print and for goodness sakes, actually making sense and sounding coherent.  What a nobble concept right?  Here you go!  Masta Ace for you cats that need to realign your chakras.   If you got a million sentences to spit in one line or have a entire self-agenda/thesis to tell the masses - Get out of the game and become a preacher at your local church, or become a professor at a university.  No one cares.  Only wack cats that don't even follow the Hip Hop culture movement, your blinded friends, and your groupies feel it.  Amen to the Pioneers and Veterans that run this game.  Salute!


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

WST's Sphere1 & AZ.

Lets keep it on this real Hip Hop ish.  Here we go with Wild Style Technicians representative Sphere 1 with AZ.  Yes I said AZ.  That's how my man rolls.  Queens representatives stand up.  Now can I get a head nod?  Enjoy!

Raekwon - Staten Go Hard!

Uhhhhh Weeeee!  Here we go!  No interplanetary, molten magma, atmosphere, saying nothing ish MC's  here.  Say it with me: "The Real Hip Hop is Over Here.."  Check it, the 2009 Brink Boys mix tape - "Raekwon - Staten Go Hard".   32 tracks with free download. Enjoy!

01 Intro
02.Staten (We Go hard)
03 Trenchmen (produced by BT)
04 Pop champagne freestyle
05 Criminology 09 (produced by BT)
06 Yessir ft. Crooked I & Ghostface Killah
07 Wu Ooh
08 Stick up Muzik
09 Blood Missiles ft. AZ (produced by Bluerocks)
10 History
11 Very Well skit
12 White Lines
13 State Shoutout
14 Superfly Skit
15 Real Talk (produced by Breakfast club) (Exclusive)
16 Once in a Lifetime ft. Mika (produced by Breakfast Club)
17 Resolution (produced by Breakfast Club) (Exclusive)
18 Watch How U Talk 2 Me
19 Spook That Sat By The Door (Exclusive)
20 Rae’s letter to B.I.G
21 Where’s the Money skit
22 Flawless produced by BT (Exclusive)
23 The Setup (produced by BT) (Exclusive)
24 Attention skit
25 Heat Rocks (produced by BT)
26 Rotate freestyle
27 Renaissance Rap
28 Get It In freestyle
29 Guerilla Rap (produced by Breakfast Club) (Exclusive)
30 Realer ft. Maino
31 Give It To Me Remix ft. Raekwon & Busta Rhymes
32 Words From The Chef (Outro)


Battle Groundz WST murderation

Short and sweet.  No scaffold, billion cans, huge wall or Revok arrows.  Just 100% genuine Graffiti Funk by San Diego's OG's and Veterans - Wild Style Technicians.  Game, Set, Match....  Enjoy!

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LionHeart - Big Tune Sound

Yes I,  Here is one for you dibi sound system stuck in the same 10 songs.  Wake up and do the sound system movement a favor and just say you are a reggae DJ.  Nothing wrong with that.  Most are not sound system or know anything about the movement.  Here is Brand New tune from LoinHeart Sound juggled by Selectah Special B.  This is the Hold your Medz riddim.  Remember, you heard it here first.  Yeah, yeahhhhh....

Must Go Hard

I posted this song for you guys a while back, but I just found the entire song with no adds.  Here you go and remember that while the snakes slider, we Must Go Hard...    Enjoy!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Lava Lamp

"Were in the Streets, Yawl niggas are Industry"
Here you go with "Check in Mondays".  Here it is.  Live and direct - "Lava Lamp."   An 8 track EP produced by France's Terem.  Featuring San Diego's Mr Brady & Sha Dula,  LA's LMNO, & Canada's Mock Only.  Only $6 with a few instrumentals.  Support real and true Hip Hip.  Enjoy!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

That's Hip Hop

OK, here we go again with another segment of - "That's Hip Hop!"  Please leave me comments.  Enjoy!
Witch is it?.....

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Compliments of my mello, my man.  DJ Skizz.  Enjoy!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Joe Conzo - Hip Hop's original photographer

I've had the pleasure of meeting this great Hip Hop legend and Boricua brother.  The man is as cool as they come. Articulate, genuine, and humble.  For those of you that never heard of him, you probably seen his photos.  They cover a very important part in our Hip Hop culture.  The documentation of the birth of Hip Hop.  One love to you Joe.  Keep smiling my brotha.  Here's a photo slide show of some of his moments captured on film and the man himself kicking off some jewels.  Enjoy!
Also for those of you that have never heard of the man here is a bit of info.  Each one teach one...

Back in the 70s, Joe Conzos pictures were part of Hip-Hop. 30 years later, his pictures are part of Hip-Hop history. Born February 6, 1963 and raised on the tough streets of the South Bronx, Joe was definitely at the right place at the right time. Strapped with a camera 24/7 during the late 70's and early 80's, he intimately captured the birth of Hip-Hop music and a culture that would forever change the world.

Having attended school with some of the pillars of Hip-Hop, such as The Cold Crush Brothers, Joe was never too far from a classic shot. He would go on to be the Crushs exclusive photographer and record some of the most candid and exhilarating moments of the pioneering rap group to date. With the help of True School flyer king Buddy Esquire, those photos and many others would soon grace party flyers and event posters and act as the earliest forms of Hip-Hop marketing and promotion.

In addition to the Cold Crush, he documented other legendary Hip-Hop groups like the Treacherous 3, Fearless 4 and Fantastic 5 in famed venues such as The T-Connection, Harlem World, Ecstasy Garage and The Roxy. Many luminaries, like Kool Moe Dee of the Treacherous 3 and Rahiem of the Furious 5 consider Joe to be one of the first Hip-Hop photographers. But Joes photographic contributions to urban culture werent limited to just Hip-Hop. Being the grandson of the late "Hell Lady of the Bronx" Dr. Evelina Antonetty, Joe also documented the political and socio-economic conditions that played a great role in the late 70s, early 80s South Bronx. Joes dad, Joe Conzo Sr. acted as confidant and historian of late "King of Latin Music" Tito Puente. Joe Sr.s unique position allowed his son exclusive access to some of the most influential names in the world of Latin Music. Salsa greats like Hector Lavoe, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco and Ray Baretto were brilliantly shot by Joe as they shaped the face of Latin Music.

As fate would have it, Joes success and popularity would come to a screeching halt, as Joe unfortunately became a product of the harsh environment in which he shot. During a battle with drug addiction and in search of personal and professional growth, Joe would disappear off the photographic radar for nearly 2 decades.

Today, Joe is a 14-year veteran of the New York City Fire Dept., working as an EMT and rediscovering his love for photography. Joes work has appeared on VH1, featured in a highly acclaimed New York Times article and has appeared in publications such as VIBE, The Source, Hip-Hop Connection (Europe), Urban Hitz (Australia), Esquire and Wax Poetics. His work was also featured in the books Hip Hop Immortals, Yes, Yes, Yall and displayed at the prestigious Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York. In addition, Joe and his work are part of a world tour surrounding his highly successful, Born In The Bronx photo retrospective with a book of the same name to follow in 2007. Conzo concedes, Photography has changed so much. No more darkrooms, no more chemicals, nothing but computers and digital cameras. Joe mightve made
way for new technology and advanced hardware, but I guess that aint too bad when youve already made history.

Mr Brady, Aloe Blacc, Larry Edgar - ESPN Video

Just got this.  Here is an ESPN video of Larry Edgar ripping the Jarupa Park In Cali.   My man's Mr. Brady's music is in it.   Features: "Catch" from the album - "Labor of Love".  Guest appearance by Aloe Blacc.    Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

BattleGroundz 2011

Here is the flier.  Stand by for photos after the event.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Meeting of Style 2011 Tour

Here is the flier.  Check the dates and your location.
For more information check in at:

Zone & Arest 150.

Here are a few flicks of this weekends Zone1-WST & Arest 150 lil Sunday mission.  Got there an hour after noon and Wam! Bam! Thank you mam!  Fresh colors, classic styles. What more do you want!?  Witch Style Today!

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