Ofield releases Hova tribute.
The Bundown audio heatery continues with the anticipated release of Ofield’s Jay-Z remix mashup series, electroROC.
Here’s what he had to say about it…
1st official DROP from the electroROC SERIES.
Due to GRITTY DYS FUNK SHUN..
I decided to make this an Ongoing Project that pertains to elements of My LIFE and of course whatever JAY Joint are at arms reach at the TIME. The Cuts are RAW. . Nothing Is clean. . Rough On Edge. . But Makes SENSE.
What You Will FEEL on elecroROC 1.0
1) Come And Get Me INTRODUCTORY MIX (Vocals BY JAY-Z/ RE MASH TERD BY OFIELD)
2) FOR THE LADIES (Off The Forthcoming Instrumental ALBUM/ Composed & Produced BY OFIELD)
3) DARE IZ A DARK SIDE MIX (Vocals BY GIL SCOTT HERON & MOSHUN MAN/ RE ESTRANGED BY OFIELD)
4) POWER CRUNCH (RE ESTRANGED & ADDITIONAL Production BY OFIELD)
5) For The B BOYS (Vocals BY SIMON & GARFUNKEL/ Production BY OFIELD)
Make sure you cop that now off his SoundCloud page now!!!
The dungeon dragon offers his two bits on Rhianna and Brown.
Busta Rhymes is asked by the interviewer to weigh in on the Chrianna situation at 3:20 of the video. Anyone believe he was clueless on what happened – especially when it made post-Oscar headlines across North America and was ALL over Twitter?
“I’m pro-defending yourself…under any circumstances – whether it be a man or a woman. Youknowhatimsayin’? But I’m never pro-hitting a woman,” said the rapper.
Is “pro-defending yourself” some new slang term for self-defence?
He goes on to say “even understanding the circumstances with them being who they are…as celebrities…I just feel like everyone need to mind they f**kin’ business”.
Someone should tell Trevor Smith that being a celebrity means throwing your privacy to the dogs. He muses over things like the Officer Ricky/Fiddy “rivalry” – which no one really cares about, the Oscars and his album drop date but we all know which topic has more heat right now.
It’s not likely that Busta will be the only high-pro industry figure to be asked about Chrianna’s woes. Upper Playground and Munk One have expressed their opinion quite succulently with THIS tee!
The Ike Turner of this What’s Love Got to Do With It scene, meanwhile, has begun taking anger management classes in California. Gotta look good for that March 5 trial date, Chrissy?!