DON DIVA Millions of songs are produced and released daily, but every now and again, a song is released that embodies the epitome of dopeness, “What A Job,” written by Devin The Dude, Andre 3000 and Big Snoop Dogg explain the unique job of being successful hip-hop artists/personalities, as well as some of the emotionalContinue reading “After 10 Years, A Look Back At The Classic “What A Job””
2014 was the BIGGEST year for the sub culture that is battle rap. Once only in the far reaches of the basketball court or local park or dank nightclub battle rap has come to the MainStage. Huge million dollar grossing pay per view events and die hard fans have propelled battle rap into the mainContinue reading “Top 3 Rap Battles of 2014”
Every so often an artist comes along and changes the course of things. Innovative original style. Edgy foresight. A stupid dope vision. These are a few of the components that make up some of the best artist of the times. Imagine if Micheal Jackson had’ve fizzled out after his Motown deal in the 70s. ImagineContinue reading “Devin The Dude| SPOTLIGHT”
Stars some of hip hop’s legendary rappers and takes you on the road. A CLASSIC hip hop movie that was once in movie theaters nationwide. Starring Diddy, Dr.Dre, B.I.G., Snoop Dogg, Method Man and countless others… Enjoy!
Bishop Don Juan spends some time in The Smoke Box where he discusses smoking through his nose, his close relationship with Snoop Dogg, his relationship with God and his niche. Church! Tabernacle! CLASSIC Smoke Box. Thanks B.Real TV!!!
LA TIMES L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling, who for 30 years has presided over the city’s second NBA franchise, became the object of national outrage and the target of an NBA investigation Saturday after allegedly making derogatory remarks about blacks. In an audio recording, released by celebrity gossip site TMZ, a person identified as SterlingContinue reading “L.A. Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Is Exposed As A Hardcore Racist”
B.Real brings Snoop Dogg to The Smoke Box where they discuss being the forefathers of bringing weed culture to hip hop, Snoop talks about the future of the hip hop artist, and they smoke some really good weed. “Smoke weed everyday.”