It’s a beautiful thing when Classified is your hype man and repeating the slogan, “This is The Come Up Show. Where That Feel Good Music Lives. Real Recognize Real.” This must be interview number 35092148932 and this time around Class breaks down why he chose the title Handshakes and Middle Fingers for his album. The struggle to smoke up or not, how his wife introduced him to Mary Jane and why he thought he was a one hit wonder. As always we got some superb live footage of That Ain’t Classy show at the London Music Hall.
P.S. If you haven’t seen the paintball competition video with Classified, Kidz In The Hall, and the whole Half-life team please do so NOW.
If you’ve ever been to NY and been looking for something to do on a Sunday night, you’ve more than likely heard of End of the Weak. The open mic night/competition has grown to feature nights in different cities and countries and even features a world championship (this July in Paris, France). The movement officially hits T.O. this weekend (Sunday night) at Blue Moon Pub.
EODub (End Of the Weak) was founded in 2000 as one of the few weekly platforms in NYC where hungry MCs could showcase and hone their talent. What started as a small Open Mic in the back of a restaurant has grown into NYC’s longest-running weekly hip-hop show and an International Hip-Hop movement.
End Of the Weak has expanded into four continents, nine countries and twenty-two cities around the globe in our ten years in existence. Our MC Challenge has given artists all over the world a new medium to test their talents. The non-confrontational tone of the EOW MC Challenge and the talent of the MC’s that compete in it have catapulted our success and allowed to us bring together hip-hop lovers across the world.
EODub is now a multi national entertainment lifestyle brand. We produce events, multimedia and clothing that represent our uniquely global hip hop flavor.
To experience Hip Hop in its purest check out www.EODUB.com or find an event near you.