Thursday, February 08, 2007

Bun B & Mr. Mike On Damage Control!
Then... Gerald G Broke the Mic
You can't miss this one!

Fo' real... It went down...

Gerald G. of the Whut it Dew Family, Monsta Ent., Dew Music, East Side of Austin, etc., lit the mic up like no one has in so long man. If you miss this edition of Damage Control, you are missing Texas completely in 2007. It went down.

Get it here. Download, please don't stream, Damage Control from last night. It's a keeper anyway because...

BUN B WAS IN THE BUILDING! We played a couple new UGK cuts that you may or may not have heard already, including "Quit Hatin' the South" featuring Willie D and the new song with Three-6-Mafia.

And we talk a lot about NEXT WEEKS EVENTS! See the posts below for theinfo but if you don't come out and see Bun B (and Kay Slay) Present STYLE WARS at the Museum of Fine Arts and to the After Party at Deco, then you're trippin'.

Bun B & DJ Gloss

Domo was in the building. He brought a real dope cat from New Orleans called Capito. Jam the show.

And dude, doyou believe that Mr. Mr. aka Mr. Mike of South Circle came through? He's fresh off lock and has some new music straight out of the studio for you. He has A LOT to say, don't miss this!

Rapid Ric and Gerald G.

Again, this is the future of Texas music in general. Can't really be fucked with, as evidenced by the freestyle from last nights show.

And after the party is the after party....


Anonymous DREWSKI said...

Thanks for the love,'re a blessing to alot of people.

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Blogger Mister G said...

Thursday, February 15, 2007 at Milk Bar, A Luv Supreme .... Starring....

Brooklyn's Mighty Raw Soul Phenom, Maya Azucena w/ full band. Sucka Free's Saucy Lyricist, Melina Jones. Nightshift DJs (Derrick D, Myke-One), and special guest drummer Big G (808 Band).

Thursday, February 15, 2007 at Milk Bar 1840 Haight St., San Francisco, CA (415) 387-6455 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. 21 +

$10 at the door, $8 Advanced tickets at


Born and raised in Brooklyn, vocalist Maya Azucena was described in The New York Post recently described her as having a “towering voice, which has echoes of old-school divas, like Chaka Khan and Roberta Flack.”

In 2006, Azucena shared the stage with artists such as Roberta Flack, Bilal, Martin Luther, Jaguar Wright, Leon Ware, Richard Bona, Lupe Fiasco, “Rhymefest,” Sleepy Brown, Big Daddy Kane, CL Smooth, “The Isley Brothers,” Gladys Knight, Anthony Hamilton, “The Platinum Pied Pipers,” and John Legend.

Most recently, Azucena recorded a duet with Stephen Marley for his upcoming Tuff Gong/Universal Records release. The duet, entitled “Dance Dance,” is designated for a music video and has spawned an ongoing working relationship with Marley, who is the
producer and behind-the-scenes man for Damian Marley, Ziggy Marley, and more.


Hailing from the city of San Francisco, Melina Jones takes a more classic approach. She has music in her blood, thanks to the influence of her father, a renowned local soul singer who has worked with a variety of acts over many decades. She's been down for the cause ever since childhood, recording and performing diligently all over California since the early 1990s. Not confined to one specific talent, she can rap, sing, drop poetry, and play live instruments. She is the epitome of what they call "a total package."

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