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Gary, or as he's more commonly known "Panama" is a diverse graphics designer/rapper and blogger. Keep watch of his graphics design here along with hip hop news.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Joel Venom - Side Effects II

Posted by Panama

This is my boy Joel Venom and this mixtape is sick!!!!
Seriously... I recommend everyone at least go check it out... and if you like it show the man some support and download the mixtape plz... it's free so why not?


Click on the link to download ^^

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Jay-Z - Oprah Winfrey Interview

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Oprah Winfrey Interviews Jay-Z

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Video: Drake Ft. Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem - Forever

Posted by Panama

As those who have been watching this blog may remember a few weeks ago I posted up the song Forever by Drake ft. Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem. Well, today I found out that a new music video has been made for this song, so of course here it is. Enjoy the video!!

Run This Town - Spoof

Posted by Panama

I just saw this, priceless.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Common Ft Kid Cudi - Sprite Green/RSVP Gallery Showcase

Posted by Panama

Common & Kid Cudi performed "Make Her Say," "The People," "Resurrection" and "The Corner" during Friday's Sprite Green "Forces of Nature" party in Chicago's Millineum Park. HipHopDX gave away 10 tickets in conjunction with Sprite Green and G.O.O.D. Music earlier this week. Awesome footage check it out!!

Kid Cudi + Common - "Make Her Say" + "The People" + "Resurrection" + "The Corner" Live in Chicago 9-18-9 from Brandon "N2ition" Riley on Vimeo.

Sunday, September 20, 2009


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Jay-Z speaking on his feelings about Kanye's rude interruption of Taylor Swift at the VMA's.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Jay - Z - The Blueprint 3

Posted by Panama

First off, I know that this album came out on Sept. 11 and I'm a little bit late in posting this. However I've been busy and just now had time to get to this review.

Now if you recall, in 2006 Jay made it apparent that he was going to retire with such songs as What More Can I Say? At this time he was receiving a lot of criticism on his Kingdom Come album which was making him uncomfortable and was taking the criticism to heart. He then took advantage of the opportunity opened up by the movie American Gangster to slide back into the game and once again got back into the studio to start recording.

This year of course he released the controversial song D.O.A. (Death of Autotune) attacking the growing trend in rap within the last few years. This song gathered a lot of attention through the hip hop world and basically let everyone know without a doubt, Hova is back with a vengeance. Let's rewind a little bit, on September 11, 2001 Jay-Z released his sixth studio album The Blueprint. Despite the release date of the cd coinciding with the devastating 9/11 attacks, the cd had phenomenal success selling 426,000 copies in the first week, marking Jay-Z's fourth consecutive album to reach number one on the Billboard 200. This album is without any doubt a classic.

The Blueprint 2 released in 2002 had less success than it's predecessor, but was still a pretty decent album. Now Jay-Z has followed those albums up with the Blueprint 3 making an album trilogy. I've listened to this album and Jay-Z is back on fire and ready to light a fire under the ass of the rest of the hip hop world. Drawing from rock influences the album has taken on new directions with production to Jay's previous albums. The first single garnering attention for this album was the song Run This Town. Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kanye West, all do an amazing job on the beat which was also made by Kanye.

Now while I'm not going to give everyone a song by song breakdown, below you will find the song list along with credits to those deserving.

1 "What We Talkin' About" Kanye West, No I.D. Luke Steele 4:04 "Spirit" by Frederic Mercier
2 "Thank You" Kanye West, No I.D. 4:10 "Ele E Ela" by Marcos Valle
3 "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)" No I.D. 4:15 samples "In the Space" by Janko Nilovic and Dave Sucky
4 "Run This Town" Kanye West, No I.D. Rihanna and Kanye West 4:28 "Someday in Athens" by The Four Levels of Existence.[38]
5 "Empire State of Mind" Shux, co-produced by Janet "Jnay" Sewell-Ulepic & Angela Hunte Alicia Keys 4:37 "Love on a Two-Way Street" by The Moments
6 "Real as It Gets" The Inkredibles Young Jeezy 4:13
7 "On to the Next One" Swizz Beatz Swizz Beatz 4:16 "D.A.N.C.E." by Justice
8 "Off That" Timbaland, Jermone "Jroc" Harmon Drake 4:07
9 "A Star Is Born" Kanye West, No I.D., additional production by Kenoe J. Cole 3:47 "Touch Me" by Mother Freedom Band
10 "Venus vs. Mars" Timbaland, Jermone "Jroc" Harmon Beyoncé 3:11
11 "Already Home" Kanye West, additional production by No I.D. and Jeff Bhasker Kid Cudi 4:30 "Mad Mad Ivy" by Gladdy's Allstars
12 "Hate" Kanye West Kanye West 2:32
13 "Reminder" Timbaland, Jerome "Jroc" Harmon 4:18
14 "So Ambitious" The Neptunes Pharrell 4:12 "Memory Lane" by Minnie Ripperton
15 "Young Forever" Kanye West Mr Hudson 4:16 "Forever Young" by Alphaville

I know that this isn't such a big thing but I thought it was kind of funny. It's just more discussion about the whole Kanye West rudely interrupting Taylor Swift when she was accepting her reward at the VMA's. This time it's our President Barack Obama calling Kanye West a jackass.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Behind the Music - Lil Wayne pt 3

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The conclusion, Behind the Music Lil Wayne interview part 3. Enjoy everyone, and feel free to leave feedback.

Part 2 of the Behind the Music interview with Lil Wayne.

I have to admit, I'm not the biggest Lil Wayne fan in the world. I never really put a whole lot of stock into him, especially when everyone else was saying he's the best. I couldn't really buy into it and couldn't understand the fascination everyone else seemed to have with him. I'm also going to admit that there are several of his songs that I thought were pretty good, or features that he made good appearances in.

Well, while I still don't think of him as the best, I have earned a new respect for the man after hearing his story and gaining understanding of him more personally. Keep in mind I won't be first in the store every time he drops a hit, but I'll be more willing to listen to him and keep an eye out for his new music now, I'll be honest and admit I may have been wrong in overlooking some of his work because going back and listening to it he is pretty damn good. Just not the best, ha ha. Anyway, without further ado, here is the interview on Behind the Music with Lil Wayne Aka Weezy.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Kanye West, Taylor Swift Interruption

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Kanye made a classic VMA awkward moment here.. What an idiotic move..

Michael Jackson Tribute

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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Joel Venom - Ride Out (produced by Vybe Beatz)

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This is one of my friends from GEF, Joel Venom. A new emotional piece he put out with very strong lyrics displaying the emotional connections for his family and his dreams. Check out the song and enjoy!! :)

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Jay-Z - Public Enemies

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Just felt like making a mixtape cover today, feel free to leave feedback!!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Drake - Successful

Posted by Panama

As I've mentioned before I've been getting more and more into this man Drake. I'm sure I've mentioned how good almost everything I've heard from him is. Right now in my opinion one of the hottest emcees in the game, and this song is not an exception to his growing credibility. Drake is sick. Period. So I know I'm posting this video a little bit late and I'm sure most have already seen it, but this song features Trey Songz and the song is called Successful, take a watch n listen and enjoy!

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Michael Jackson Alive?

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I don't really believe it's him.. but decide for yourself.

Jay Z

Thursday, August 27, 2009
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Just listened to this song last night. These guys all killed this song, another hit straight off the top. If I was gonna say I have favorites in this song I'd say Eminem and Drake did the best. This was a sick collaboration though, I hope to hear more tracks like this comin out.

Oh and one more thing to say, ppl please don't post your religious views about the illiminati, freemasons or anything like that. Your comments will be deleted, I don't care about your feelings about these organizations, I'm not going to change the music I support just because you disagree with it. In the description and everything it says that I'm going to keep up with hip hop music, this means Jay Z, Rihanna, Kanye West, Eminem, Drake and various others. Regardless of how "evil" you may believe they are. If you're so "christian" it's not your job to be the judge of these people anyway, if you believe you're "christian" leave the judgement to God and stay out of it. Thank you very much.

(The above statement may not apply to all, this is to certain people who felt like leaving comments I don't agree with on MY blog)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Jay Z : Run This Town

Posted by Panama

Just watched this video and I gotta say I was completely blown away. Jay Z, Rihanna and Kanye West killed it in this song!!! And the video was shot and choreographed very nicely as well. Not to mention how fine Rihanna is lookin. Lyrics were on point, the content was very nice, a great beat and the delivery from all three performers was wonderful. This song definitely has me looking forward to The Blueprint 3 which will be released on September 11 2009. Please keep up with any further news on the artist by visiting his website at www.jay-z.com

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Inside a Change

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I'm going to start this post by introducing this website INSIDE A CHANGE

First I gotta say that this movie looks amazing. Just go on the site and watch the previews, I've seen similar concepts for movies but it looks like they've taken an original spin on it. But today I'm not really here to talk about the movie, as expected I'm going to talk about the mixtape (especially since the movie isn't out yet maybe when it comes out I'll do a review). Now I was kind of skeptical on how good this tape would be, but I had no reason to be so cause this mixtape delivers. It might not be your thing if you're only into club bangers or that type of thing. But if you're into deep songs and good lyricism this is probably the mixtape for you. There's some Saigon, Royce, Wale and Joel Ortiz as well as several other artists that I'm not familiar with.

Anyways go ahead and preview the album if you wish, if I can find links to download it I'll edit this post with those links as well.

Inside a Change | Download New Hip Hop Mixtapes & Rap Mixtapes HipHopDX.com

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

New Graphics

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Today's been a very busy day. I had nothing to do at first so I spent the day making different logos for different contests. If anyone is interested in participating in such contests please visit www.99designs.com. The only down side to such competitions is that there is absolutely no guarantee, it's a game of chance really, you chance that someone designs something way better than you and ends up with that prize money for themselves. Anyways I don't have a whole lot to say about them so please feel free to just check them out and leave any feedback.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Loso's Way Review

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(source www.hiphopdx.com)

Fabolous’ [click to read] style draws many comparisons in the Hip Hop community – both Ma$e and Lloyd Banks [click to read] come to mind. But the most telling, yet somewhat unexpected, is that of Busta Rhymes [click to read]. No, Fab isn’t animated in the least; but he and his Brooklyn counterpart have one very significant thing in common – albums that rarely live up the hype generated by their singles. Ever since his storied freestyles with DJ Clue, Fab has been touted time and again as one of Hip Hop’s most promising young lyricists. But for whatever reason, he hasn’t been able to keep it together for an entire LP. Loso’s Way aims to derail that tendency, and to prove once and for all that Fabolous has what it takes to hold his own as a solo artist.

Assuming the identity of Loso, Fab kicks the album off in a movie-themed fashion, introducing his new character: “Fuck ‘em all, motherfuck ‘em all / ’Yall done turned a good guy into a Chucky doll…/ Let’s talk about how I kill everything I touches / Or how I walked in this game with no crutches / No Diddy, no Dupri, no Dr. Dre/ No cash money from Baby, no rocks from Jay.” In what turns out to be a fairly grand entrance, the intro succeeds in letting the listener know that – you guessed it – Fab comes into this project with an enormous chip on his shoulder.

Jeremih joins in on “My Time,” where Loso proclaims victory over triumphant bells. “Imma Do It” is more street talk over quirky (but hard) production by DJ Khalil, with Fab delivering his trademark punchlines (“My attitude is celibate / I don’t give a fuck”). Lead single “Throw It In the Bag” leaves something to be desired, as the production is a little too minimalist – as are Fab’s rhymes. Fortunately, this lapse is a short one, as a guest spot from Jay-Z [click to read] on “When the Money Goes” [click to listen] forces Fabolous to step his game back up: “You can’t ride big on little rims / You wanna do it big? You need a Lil Kim / Raise her hand high, look in the man eye / ‘I don’t know him, your honor – can’t lie’/ Money come, money goes / So you need to blow it like a runny nose / On a lady who ain’t turn one-eighty / Place no-one about you, sweet Sadie.”

Paul Cain, Red CafĂ© and Freck Billionaire [click to read] join in for some tough talk on the grimy “There He Go,” which is mostly enjoyable but a bit crowded. “Makin’ Love” featuring Ne-Yo [click to read] comes out of left field, as it doesn’t have much of anything to do with the rest of the album. It’s not a terrible song – Fab keeps the sex talk interesting enough – but it’s a puzzling inclusion nonetheless. But just when you think he’s about to regress into the Fabolous of old, Loso closes out the album with a stellar selection of tracks – “Pachanga,” “Lullaby” [click to listen], “Stay,” and “I Miss My Love.” “Stay,” in particular, is a gem in which Fabolous opens up about fatherhood. “I Miss My Love” is a close second on the album, as Loso flexes surprising storytelling muscle on his own six-minute-crime epic.

Loso’s Way features several R&B singers, but in the age of the insanely shitty hook, it appears as though Fabolous chose wisely. Jeremih, Keri Hilson, Ryan Leslie [click to read] and The-Dream [click to read] deliver, as does relative unknown Kobe. The quality control process here extends to production as well. Whereas much of Fab’s previous albums contained ineffective synth production that often bordered on silly, it appears that he has officially matured in that department. Case in point, the simple but effective bounce crafted by Ryan Leslie’s “Everything, Everyday, Everywhere,” and the airy strings featured on Jermaine Dupri’s [click to read] “When the Money Goes Remix.”

One thing Fabolous has never lacked is an ego. Finally, after eight years in the game, it appears as though Loso has been able to justify his notorious cockiness. It’s not the classic album he claims to release every time he drops, but it’s a damn solid and cohesive effort. Nearly each track conveys effectively, both in subject matter and production, the lifestyle and attitude Fab is trying to portray. Loso’s Way may be the first completely focused album Fabolous has ever dropped, and the results confirm what all the hype was for in the first place.

(source www.hiphopdx.com)

Now my personal feelings, I been listenin to Fab since the first time I heard him. Boy is pretty dope overall in my opinion, what really blew me away by Fab was the song Breathe from his album Real Talk. Now as far as this album is concerned he did his thing... Most of his albums have been a lil' inconsistent, havin a few really hot songs mixed in with pretty decent songs. But this one he really conveys his message effectively. Just go ahead and follow the links provided to hiphopdx.com for one of the videos that's posted and for the whole album (unfortunately it's just the clean version being streamed, when I find a better one I'll edit this) follow this LINK

Friday, July 31, 2009

Eminem - The Warning

Posted by Panama

Just downloaded this song last night, this song's awesome!! He totally rips up both Mariah and Nick. If you don't know what's goin on with this, Eminem has been mentioning Mariah Carrey for a while in his songs at random times. Anyway this year on the Relapse album he made a whole song for both Mariah Carrey and her husband Nick Cannon called Bagpipes From Baghdad.

Now of course Nick can't really rap, or do much of anything else for that matter so he came back at Eminem by writing about the song and his opinions on Em on his blog. Mariah responded to this personally by writing the song Obsessed in which she had an Eminem mock up. So this song is basically Eminem responding after all this just happened. Follow the link below please...

Click Me

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Coast to Coast 85

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Aight if you've already heard any of the coast to coast mixtapes you already know the deal. Another mixtape with a lot of current artists and some of the best mixtape songs out right now. I just peeped this one and so far I think it's pretty sick personally. But then again I'm a huge fan of Lupe Fiasco. Just go ahead and follow the LINK to check it out.

Tracklisting is as follows

1. Lupe Fiasco - Shining Down f. Mathew Santos
2. Nas - Film (prod. by C-Sick)
3. Nipsey Hu$$le - My Language (rmx) f. Lloyd Banks / Cory Gunz / June Summers
4. B.o.B (Bobby Ray) - Mr. Bobby
5. Jamie Foxx - Digital Girl (rmx) f. Drake / Kanye West / The-Dream
6. Lupe Fiasco - Fire
7. Slaughterhouse - Woodstock f. M.O.P.
8. Tone Trump - Dirty South Freestyle
9. Sic Osyrus - Monsta f. Emilio Rojas / Nico the Beast / Push! Montana
10. The-Dream - Get Like me
11. Sha Stimuli - Follow the Leader
12. Rain - Fire Burn
13. Raekwon - Beauty f. Joell Ortiz & N.O.R.E.
14. Wildstyle - Poppin Off f. Lupe Fiasco
15. Kinfolk Thugs - Le's Go Get Dis Money f. 8Ball & MJG
16. C-Luk - Clap Your Hands
17. Bori Puro - It's About Time f. SJ
18. Supreme the Eloheem - 3 Kingz f. Tampaa & Shabaam Sahdeeq
19. La Femme Nikita - Flossin f. Joonya
20. Fatty Soprano
21. Jae-O - Ain't Like Me
22. Mr. Redd - Money Right
23. Flyboy & Tempa - Obsession
24. Lupe Fiasco - Outro

Monday, July 20, 2009

No homo, no racial

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This vid is hilarious. Timothydelaghetto, look him up sometime on youtube, this guy does a whole lot of funny videos.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Money problems.

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We all have them, they get frustrating don't they? Well that's enough of that depressing subject, today I just got done listening to Twista's new mixtape. Now I ain't really a huge fan of Twista, I used to listen to him more way back in the day, but not as much now. Well this new mixtape, F5, I have to admit is pretty sick. Twista's back at it again with that super fast tongue twisting flow, just follow this LINK to listen to it.

Alright, the next thing I checked out today was this interview with Eminem who discussed his hiatus from the spotlight and his return. Following that interview is the video for the hit song "Beautiful" and Eminem's real reason for the break. His return to school.

One tinsy winsy other thing.. I made this phone using photoshop last night.. everything is from scratch except for the telephone cord. It's named the THC Retro.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Heartbreak Drake Part 2

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Newest mixtape out by Drake.

I just recently started listening to this guy and I was surprised to find out how good he is. He's a Canadian rapper who actually started out as an actor, you can check him out on the show Degrassi: The Next Generation in which he played the part of Jimmy Brooks a basketball player who became physically disbled after being shot by a classmate. His role recently ended due to a change of actors in 2009.

His first mixtape came out in 2006 Room for Improvement but didn't really start becoming popular till his next mixtape came out in 2007 titled Comeback Season which included a collaboration with Lil Wayne.

Drake has also worked with Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Trey Songz, Robin Thicke, Little Brother, Mary J. Blige, and Jamie Foxx.

Anyway, enough of my babbling just check out his mixtape at www.hiphopdx.com or just follow the link posted right here.

Also make sure you get your credit card ready for his first full length album which is going to be released sometime later this year, titled Thank Me Later.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Music news and mixtapes

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As some of you may know Nas has been working on a collaboration with the late Bob Marley's youngest son Damien Marley. Details for this are at hiphopdx, just click [here]

In a conversation with Billboard click [here] Magazine Nas Mentioned that after he's completed the mixtape he will commence work on his next album.

"My shit right now is age-appropriate for myself. I love everything, most of the things that are going on musically. But my music will talk about what I see, how I see it, and it should be interesting. My last things were about what I felt about hip-hop and what I felt about race matters. This new thing will be a natural thing. I have a few things that I feel like doing, but who knows what it will be."

That collaboration sounds like it's going to be hot, I'll try to keep watch for when that comes out so that I can let everyone know.

Now for the mixtapes, click directly on the mixtape covers for downloads.

To preview this mixtape please click [here]


01. Renegades (Intro)
02. Jay-Z & Eminem - Renegade (Prod. by Djay Cas)
03. Jay-Z - D.O.A. (Death Of Autotune) (Prod. by No I.D. & Kanye West)
04. Jay-Z ft. Fabolous - When The Money Goes (Prod. by Jermaine Dupri)
05. Eminem - Chemical Warfare (Prod. by The Alchemist)
06. Eminem & Mr. Porter - Alchemist / Microphone (Prod. by The Alchemist)
07. Eminem ft. Styles P & Talib Kweli - Marshall Law (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Moot &Temp)
08. Jay-Z ft. Lil Wayne, Kanye West & T.I. - The Best
09. Jay-Z & Eminem ft. Dr. Dre - The Watchmen (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Dr. Dre)
10. Jay-Z ft. Lil Wayne, Kanye West & T.I. - U Aint Neva Gotta Ask
11. Eminem ft. D12 & Lil' Wayne - Pistol x2 (Exclusive Screamixx)
12. Eminem & Jay-Z - 3AM (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Dr. Dre)
13. Eminem ft. Big Pun - Pun Intended (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Rod Da Blizz)
14. Jay-Z - Maybe (Prod. by Sean C & LV)
15. Jay-Z & Eminem ft. Trey Songs - Superman Meets Wonder Woman (Exclusive Screamixx)
16. Jay-Z ft. Tony Williams - History (Dub Floyd Screamixx) (Prod. by Kanye West)
17. Eminem ft. Grafh - Underground (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Dr. Dre)
18. Eminem ft. Dr. Dre - Flawless Victory (Exclusive Screamixx) (Prod. by Djay Cas)
19. Eminem ft. Dr. Dre - Forgot About Dre (Screamixx)
20. Eminem ft. Mr. Porter & Tim Westwood - Respect My Conglomerate (Freestyle)
21. Eminem - Careful What You Wish For
22. Jay-Z & Nas - Heaven (Exclusive Screamixx)
23. Jay-Z ft. Santogold - Brooklyn (We Go Hard) (Prod. by Kanye West)
24. Jay-Z - Ain't I (Prod. by Timbaland)
25. Jay-Z ft. Pharrell - Customer Service (Exclusive Screamixx)
26. Jay-Z - Jockin' Jay-Z (Travis Barker Remix)
27. Eminem - 3AM (Travis Barker Remix)
28. Eminem ft. Dr. Dre & 50 Cent - Crack A Bottle (Prod. by Djay Cas)
29. Eminem - My Darling
30. Eminem ft. Mr. Porter - Chonkyfire / Swag Juice (Freestyle)
31. Eminem ft. Kanye West & Bobby Creewater - Shady's Boom Boom Room (Exclusive Screamixx)
32. Jay-Z & Eminem - Renegade (Live @ The Wiltern, LA)

I just started listening to this guy and I gotta admit his music is nice, just listen to the preview of this mixtape by clicking [here]

Friday, July 10, 2009

Michael Jackson

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Ok, I know I'm late in doing this, but I DID want to touch on the subject of the King of Pop's recent death. First I want to say that I was very saddened to hear of his death, and I honestly shed a couple of tears watching the memorial service. People say a lot of bad stuff about MJ but it seems like a lot of the younger generation is just being filled with this bad propaganda on him and not really understanding just who he was.

Now, I'm gonna state flat out that I don't believe that he ever molested any children as he was accused of. I believe that the Chandler family was lying and that the charges they pressed and that anyone else pressed for the same reasons were for one reason and one reason only, they wanted money. Now I don't want to launch off a debate on he did it and no he didn't, I was just expressing my views on the matter.

Through my childhood I was the biggest MJ fan, the very first cassette tape I owned was a Thriller which came out when I was born. Those of you young ones who don't really know what Thriller is need to go to youtube.com and check it out, the song and video alone are two of the biggest trend setters in the world. Next tape I owned was Dangerous, which just listening to the songs brings back so many memories that it'd be impossible for me to describe how much listening to that album again makes me reminisce.

Really the point I'm trying to get accross is; some of you may buy into what has been said about him, some of you think he was just a wierd freak, and others like myself see him as a musical genius, inspiration and a blessing to the earth that has now left us. I ask that whatever your feelings personally towards him, don't let them get in the way of recognizing his greatness and influence on the world.

For Thriller and many other Michael Jackson music videos and song please follow this LINK.

Rest In Peace Michael Jackson

My apologies.

Posted by Panama

I know I've been away from updating this page in a while and I apologize for that, I know it's just excuses but I do have school and work. But to anyone who follows my blogs, thank you for watching. And to any newcomers, feel free to look around, check out my work, leave comments or email me for requests at gary.panama@yahoo.com. I'll email you back with what I can do, hmm... what else...

Ok it's still in the planning stages but I'm working on building an actual page with a more professional portfolio which is going to contain only business type work and prices on anything I do, please just bear with me and I'll have us on that page eventually, I promise.

Now I'll quit babbling.

I'll start off with this weeks mixtape, this is a guy who I met at a forum that I'm often at
www.emceefederation.com go ahead and check them out. Anyway, this guy is named Kannon, he recently joined GEF and started postin his work and I was blown away by this guys talent. So check out his album, show some love and give some support to KANNON.. Just click on the capped name to follow the link.

Now the next thing on the list is a mixtape cover I made for another one of the GEF members.

And finally just on a bored night workin on a new style of signature.

Monday, June 15, 2009

New Business Cards

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Sunday, May 31, 2009
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Thursday, May 28, 2009
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
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Thursday, May 7, 2009
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Sunday, May 3, 2009
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Thursday, April 30, 2009

After the Hiatus...

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Thursday, March 26, 2009
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Wednesday, March 18, 2009
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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

2 New Photomanips..

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Saturday, February 28, 2009

More Logo

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