Thursday, September 30, 2010

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 06



















































RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER
PRESENTS
DJ MARLEY MARL and MIKE MANCINI BIRTHDAY
BASHMENT LIVE AT CIELO wed., Sept. 29, 2010

It was a night at Club Cielo, located in the meat packing section of Manhattan at 18 Little West 12th Street btw 9th Ave. and Washington St. The party was being thrown by The Golden Era Radio as a tribute birthday to the following MARLEY MARL, Mike Mancini and Brown Hornhit.
The tunes of the night were played by Big Rich and Christian Rich of The Neptunes/Star Trak and Q-tip and of course the guest of honor MARLEY MARL.

Dj Marley Marl, one of my favorite producers and djs from when I attended the 5th grade. During the 1980s, they weren't as many hip hop producers as you see today. Back then, it was either your an emcee or an dj. The main thing to be in the '80s was an emcee. To be an emcee in the '80s it was to produce quality lyrics. Nowadays, its to produce quantity albums despite whether the lyrics are great. That is where hip hop have changed drastically and the creativity declined. The thing that expanded in hip hop though, was indeed production. Although, every single hip hop producer that comes out today you may listen to their work and think their material are trash. Be that, as it may if it wasn't for production forefathers like Afrika Bambaataa, Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash, Dj Jazzy Jay, Diamond D, The Late Jammaster Jay, The Late Scott La Rock there wouldn't be any star studded hip hop producers today like.... Swizz Beats, Dj Drama, Just Blaze, Rza, Havoc, Mannie Fresh, Bangledesh, Justice League, Kanye West, Premier, 9th Wonder, Madlib, Black Milk, Nottz and the late Jay Dilla. Look I can go for days just listing all the top notch producers that came up and made a mark for themselves during the 30 plus years of hip hop's existences.

I'm not though, I'm only going to talk about one man. The man who comes from the largest housing project in Queens. The man whose radio nemesis at one point and time was Kool Dj Red Alert. The man who produced the record that will go down in history as the forever played, hip hop record of four decades. The man who produced one the hottest records that stirred up hip hop controversy between boroughs in the mid 80s. If y' all don't know by now, I'm only talking about one man and thats DJ MARLEY MARL.

I knew about this event from the previous week. I rsvp'd as soon as I got the email, well at least I thought I did. Apparently, I did send an rsvp and in return received an confirmation. Upon arrival at the door it seems I never given a name that I will be attending the event under. I was so caught up in the hype of seeing Marley Marl and just being in the mix it slipped my mind. I do want to give thanks to the lovely ladies at the door that ended up letting me in solely on the strength that I did have the rsvp confirmation email inside my phone.

Once me and my homie, D Biggz got inside I was happy with what I seen the four lovely boricua mamis shaking their rumps all night. Along with dancing chiquitas comes open bar sponsored by Belvedere. Look like Marley Marl and Mancini were gonna have a birthday party night to remember. The fucked up apart I couldn't drink any belvie muh fuckaz wuz str8 teasin' me all night. Remind me, next time not too go to a spot serving open bar.

If it wasn't for this though, The Def Jam RapStar. A new video game that was being demonstrated in the back room. It's a real cool game. Its a hip hop karaoke game with different types of hip hop tunes from old school to new school to freestyle. You have an option to karaoke or freestyle over original production donated to the gaming system. How the system works it connects to the playstation 2. The people there got hooked off that game one gurl particularly. The most common songs chosen to be sung multiple times were Puff Daddy and The Family "It's all about the benjamins", Lil' Kim and Lil' Cease "Crush on You" and Lil' Wayne "A Milli". There were other songs programmed inside the Def Jam rapstar like the outstanding performance of Slick Rick "Children's Story" performed by Queensbridge only female lyricist, Roxanne Shante. Even a, "class a performance" came from one of the men being honored for tonight, Mike Mancini. It was also his birthday and he lit up the Def Jam Rapstar game over Biz Markie's Just A Friend, he made it a tiny bit betta than the original by adding his own personal adlibs to the song.

This Def Jam Rapstar gaming system is probably going to be one of the coolest items out on the market. In fact, the Def Jam Rapstar comes out today, Oct. 5th, 2010. I'm thinking about buying the system for myself and I'm not a video game person. You would have never known that had you been with me at the party. A good majority of my night I spent in the back room enjoying that game. I was back there so much I forgot, Lords Of The Underground was on stage scheduled to perform.

Indeed, I had a great time and I enjoyed myself but my only regret though. As much as I enjoyed the Def Jam Rapstar and watching the performance of others. I wish I participated with everyone else. If I could rewind the time back to last Wed, Sept. 29th I would have love to chosen one or two of these songs, Special Ed "I got it made" or Mic Geronimo "The Shit is real". I doubt they would have had Mic Geronimo programmed in there but I'm pretty sure Special Ed "I got it made" would be in there.
Nonetheless, I had a good time. I got a chance to meet Marley Marl and take lots of footage. And I get to share it with my readers. What more can I ask..

These are list of a few songs that were chosen to be used for karaoke:

Puff Daddy & The Family - "All about the benjamins"
Lil Kim & Lil Cease - "Crush on you"
Lil Wayne - "A Milli"
Slick Rick - "Children's Story"
Biz Markie - "Just a friend"
Busta Rhymes - "Put ya hands where my eyes can see"
Wu Tang Clan - "CREAM'
Snoop Doggy Dogg "Aint nuthin but a G thang"
Rob Base "It takes two"
Notorious Big "Juicy"
A tribe called quest & Leaders of the New School "Scenerio"
Souljah Boy "Get Ya Swagg on"
Method Man "All I need"
Kanye West "Gold Digger"










Monday, September 27, 2010

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 05

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010
ISSUE# 05 PRESENTS....
TOTAL NON STOP ACTION LIVE AT THE HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM, THURS, SEPT. 23, 2010

Good evening, everyone its Dj Handspin Dinero of Rusty Jabbz Ent in association with World Wide Jabbz Ent. I got a treat for everyone viewing this blog sumthin' a lil' different than the traditional hip hop journalism. Just sit back and enjoy because I know your gonna love it. Ya love, ey' thing The Handspin creates.

It's September 23, 2010 live at The Hammerstein Ballroom I' ve been looking forward to this event ever since TNA's last time in New York City during the summer. I could not wait, its been 2 months of anticipation.
I guess you can also say its been 12 hrs and 10 mins of anticipation for today as well considering the fact that I woke up at 6:20am and these Hammerstein doors are scheduled to open at 6:30pm. (DO THE MATH!) I know, a bit extravagant for me to do all of this for an wrestling program. However, busta TNA aint your ordinary wrestling program. This is a wrestling program for the real and the hardcore.
Don't worry though I would never do any of this for WWE.

I showed up fairly early at a decent time, 5:30pm to be exact. I proceeded to mingle with my other TNA counterparts. "PHAT SHOUT OUT TO FRED, my cerebral palsied-wheel chaired comedian homie that had our part of the line cracking up in humor before the doors finally opened. Fred, gave us some amusement as he spat jokes out about the following TNA and WWE wrestlers. Wrestlers like Chris Jericho, O. D. B. I remember, Fred saying, he would turn himself in for murder and face the jail time rather than fuck O. D. B. He had more jokes for more wrestlers like Tara and Tazz. Well, I do agree with Fred, Tazz does suck as the TNA commentator. I wanna send a PHAT SHOUT TO BOTH, DON WEST and FRED, especially Don West. Don that was so nice of you for taking the time out to come over to meet someone like Fred especially in his condition. Same goes to Fred that was very nice all the beautiful praises you gave to Don West for being such a great commentator. Don West indeed took what was said to him to heart but he replied, "I do miss commentating but I'm having the time of my life doing merchandising". I can vouch for that, the way Don West was last night, he really does look like he enjoys merchandising than commentating. Don West got some arm on him there too the way he throws the items from the ring and into the crowd. You can tell he either was a baseball player or just plays baseball for fun. I think Don West would make a gr8 pitcher.

Once we all got inside, we all went our separate ways to find our seats. My seats was on the floor near the ring but not close enuff where I can be seen on Spike Television cameras. Its okay, I prefer it this way sumtimes. B4 I go any further I will like to point out that I have live coverage on my youtube. You can check 'em out at www.youtube.com/worldwidejabbz . There you'll be able to view all the TNA footage from thurs., Sept., 23rd at The Hammerstein.

TNA LINE UP

Hosted by Jeremy Borash
01. Amazin' Red verses Jay Lethal (X-Division Title Match)
02. Tara verses Angelina Love (Knockout Championship Title Match)
03. Rhyno verses The Pope D'Angelo Dinero
04. Ink Inc verses Team 3D
05. Ken Anderson verses Jeff Hardy
06. Abyss verses Tommy Dreamer (Hardcore Match) special guest referee:
Mick Foley


These were all the matches from last night. I'm not goin' to give anything away just in case people are interested in viewing my youtube page.


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Sunday, September 19, 2010

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 04

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010
ISSUE# 04


Dj Handspin want to take this time out and give a phat shout out to Ad The General of Elegant Hoodness and N. A. N and also thank her for inviting me to an outstanding event on saturday, September 11th, 2010.

It was the 6th Annual Park Tour 2010 at Von King Park, in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn. This tour was organized six years ago by Ad The General and her Elegant Hoodness members to be taken place primarily during the summer months. Set up perfectly when school is normally out and a way to give something back to the inner city youths. Sort of another a way to bring entertainment and hip hop culture to the neighborhood parks as well.

There were an array of talent that blessed the stage. I was so fortunate to be able to capture great video footage. However, I didn't capture any photographs but any viewers are welcome to view at, www.youtube.com/worldwidejabbz.

On the roster for the evening were, Sean Flight, Young Rell Right, Greg P, G3MZ, Quest, N. A. N. (Ad The General and Gifted), Simplicity, Hand Made Beats, Flawless The Rap Chick, AGZ, Ashy Elbowz, Twon Don and Ms FeFe.

This was an allstar event everyone did their finest.
My personal favorites though were Young Rell. I enjoyed his performance especially when he had his lil' son come on stage and entertain the crowd that looked so cute to see lil' man imitate his daddy on stage and rock along side of him. It would be so cool if it turned out to be a regular performance routine I think the people would love that. I also like this one song that Rell did called, "This Beat So Nasty" that was a sick record right there especially the hook y' all gotta hear that joint.

This next cat was another favorite of mine, I kind of consider him a Puerto Rican, Nas... this emcee named G3MZ, emcee, producer, writer, poet. He did only 2 jamz, "Change" and "Circus" either those 2 jamz are his best jamz. Or, he knew they would just rock the house and heads would go bananas. Like I said, you gotta see dis event. Youtube me at worldwide jabbz.

I got a few more favorites that did their thing that evening. I do not think I'm going to run down everyone but there is one emcee or rather femcee I must speak upon. I knew from the moment I layed my eyes on her I was in love. I'm not talking in love like in a sexual way but love in a str8 up lyrical way. Flawless The Rap Chick, a raw sexy slimy sista from Brooklyn spittin' str8 raw. Never, ever again I thought I would ever find and meet another femcee that can match the lyrical prowess of the gr8 M. C. Lyte. She performed these 2 joints that got me amped "War" an anti-war record. Which set the tone perfectly for 9/11 and "In My Cup". She performed this song, "In My Cup" that record got me hooked. She got the whole park hooked had the party rockin'. However, I don't think Flawless should be performing records like that. I couldn't get that tune out of my head for the rest of night I ended up copping a bottle later on that evening and taking it to da head. That was some intensified performance from Flawless The Rap Chick.
The shit that pissed me off though. I was out there recording most of the day so when it came down to her segment. I ended up taking an L on her performance due to low battery life on my cam. That shit fucked me up I would have really wanted to get someone like her on my youtube page. I aint gonna trip too much cuz imma see her again and remember that name, Flawless The Rap Chick.
Definitely, next time not only will I bring extra batteries and memory cards. I'll have extra cups, for a private party. Shawty got me back in the cup.

But like I said if you would like to view, "Sept 11th, Park Tour @ Von King Park" feel free to visit, www.youtube.com/worldwidejabbz. I do have plenty other significant entertainers from that day posted on there. I would love to speak about them all but I can't give too much away. I'm not a spoiler.

Once again, thank you to AD and her team for inviting and for putting on such an excellent 6th annual Park Tour. Looking forward to the 7th annual, already... Don't forget you can catch AD The General with the Elegant Hoodness Showcase, each and every wednesday at Club Alibi in the village, 116 Mac Dougal St and W. 4th St., NYC. For more info contact adthegeneral@gmail.com
She's always looking for emcees, singahz, musicianz, djz and so forth.
Open to performers, spectators or just fillers.






Sunday, September 12, 2010

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 3

RUSTY JABBZ VIDEO NEWSLETTER
ISSUE # 01

Dj Handspin in the building once again. This time imma zip it and let you watch it. Imma say neythin' but good night!

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RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 02

RUSTY JABBZ ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER
SEPTEMBER 2010 ISSUE# 02

Happy Labor day everyone, even though I'm six days late but the mood is still in the air and the moment of seeing this group live on stage, The Brand Nubian. I finally got a chance to see Brand Nubians, this summer live at a weird location in Willie Burg, Brooklyn. A special labor day rooftop show featuring Brand Nubian's Sadat X and Grand Puba, Wild Cowboy's Sean Black and C- Ray Walz. I'm pretty sure no one wants to hear Dj Handspin speak anymore. If you do not want to hear Dj Handspin speak, say sumthing. Okay, you know thats an rhetorical question so anyone replies will be removed from my email list.






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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPT. 2010 ISSUE# 01.5

RUSTY JABBZ NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2010
ISSUE# 01.5

"FAT BEATS FAREWELL WEEK AUG. 30th-SEPT. 4th"

Dj Handspin Dinero, here once again with another exciting newsletter issue of Rusty Jabbz. I just wanna say that this week I'm at its HIP HOP BEST. I experienced a lot last week in the name and love of hip hop. I'm going to sit back and talk about all the extravagant things that went down in my life and your going to experience everything in a cool effin "HIP HOP MINUTE!"

August 29, 2010: First off I wanna give a phat shout out to my homegurl, Ad The General for putting together another successful Summer Park Tour for six years in a row. Six years of success. I want to say peace and love to Ad and her Elegant Hoodness Musical Team for putting on such a great showcase live on the Brighton Beach Boardwalk for the whole community to see. "STAY TUNED BECAUSE IT'S NOT OVER. SHE HAS ONE MORE PARK TOUR LEFT COMING UP SAT., SEPT. 11th LIVE @ Von King Park Lafayette & Tompkins"

August 31, 2010: I'm not really sure where to start with this one. I'm not a big baseball person, hell I'm not a sports person period but I wanna thank TNA and MCU Park for this free ticket to witness the Brooklyn Cyclone face the Georgia Lake Monsters. I may not have paid too much attention to the game but I paid alot of attention and enjoyed all the hotdogs, popcorn and beer a brutha can eat and drink.... shssssssh don't tell my doctor the fool be cholesterol trippin'.

Sept. 1, 2 and 4, 2010:
Okay playtime is over. It's time for Dj Handspin to get serious. They always say you never see a man cry until you see a man die. Well for those who know me you probably seen this man cry once he heard that Fat Beats New York was closing its store, last week. Me being a respected dj its natural for someone to have feelings and a common bound about a particular place. Especially a place that helped set me up in the world of hip hop. So, instead of being bitter and the continuous sulk over the loss. What better way than, to get up, get out and celebrate the memories and the performances of HIP HOP'S WORLD TRADE CENTER!

Setting it off, last wed, Sept 1st, we had in store performances by some supreme hip hop elite emcees and dee jays. I wanna give a phat shout out to the djs that came through Sucio Smash, Dj Boo, Dj Spinna, Dj Tony Touch and phat shout out to the emcees that came through Fresh Daily, Jig Mastas, Breezly Brewin' of The Juggernauts and The Arsonists. It was great seeing Breezly Brewin' again I haven't seen duke since he left the store sun did an excellent performance in the store. Be on the look out for Breezly Brewin' new single "Oxymoran" coming soon. But now that Fat Beats is no longer here you have to go to the website and copp it. Thats the way it is and thats how it goes.... WELCOME TO 2010!
Speaking of excellent performances another allstar group that did a marvelous job, the crew from Bushwick, Brooklyn you know them as The Arsonists. They were top notch and superb all in attendance including D.stroy. Thats right I said D.stroy, he performed along with them. Even though he showed up kind of late perhaps having doubts in reuniting with his old rap group. Nonetheless it was a thrill to see them all there.
Yesterday, on Sept 2nd I took somewhat of a breather I did go to the Fat Beats Farewell Celebration the next day but I stayed downstairs to avoid the heat strokes, "Sorry Boot Camp and Duck Down records" maybe next time. Besides I think I can count the number of times I seen your artists perform.
Real talk though, the real day came on SEPT 4TH, A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE. THE DAY THE DOORS WERE CLOSED. FAT BEATS NEW YORK, FINAL DAYS.
This day didn't go according to plan. I jumped on the scene around 3pm and the place was packed and full of true hip hop fans and lovaz. Just the way I like to see an event too bad a hip hop monument have to be closing to be rekonized. I'm looking up and down the block people blocking the side walk. C-cypher out there trying to keep crowd control.
I took it as an "L" I knew, I had no intention of getting into Fat Beats I wasn't gonna force myself into the place I was gonna make do with what I had. What I had was my fam, a fam I rarely get to see and I wanna thank my dude D-$ and Un and my homegurl, Amor for coming through. Not only did they come through for a FAT BEATS FAREWELL it was also a RUSTY JABBZ REUNION. Rusty Jabbz, a company built and formed just on the strength of the music Fat Beats distributes and sells. Everything was all love and all good. There were just 2 people missing from the equation my homies, Qzr and Sha King. No need to worry because we got all the flicks and the footage for them to see.
Phat shout out to everyone that came through (or at least the cats I seen and knew after all it was a packed house) cats like Breez Evah Flowin, Sav Killz, C-ray Walz, Charles Hamilton, A.G., Sadat X, Bee Danger, Abacus, Verse Essential, Access Immortal, Loer Velocity, Life Long, Karniege, Sammy B and the list just goes on and on. So, even though I never gotten a chance to go upstairs and witness some of the performances like Andre The Giant, Brand Nubians, Just Blaze, Dj Scratch, Dj Premier and so forth. Just being in the presence of realness was enuff for me and I loved it. Besides for those who don't know, me and my team finally did make it upstairs and thats a photo I'll never forget. And wouldn't y' all like to know what I'm talking 'bout.

"NEXT WEEK, SEPT. 14TH THE CLOSING FAT BEATS
L. A."