Category Archives: Freestyle

The HipHopHeads Podcast Live! (Episode 122)

The HipHopHeads Podcast Episode 122
The HipHopHeads Podcast Live Episode 122! Tonight is our 3rd Year Anniversary show! We might have special guests so Tune in Live @ 9 PM EST on Ustream, Mixlr!

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Soul Veggies: Mega Ran and Storyville Live @ TT Bears and Game Underground (pics/video)


The almighty Mega Ran graced the Boston area with his partner in rhyme Storyville, and together they form Soul Veggies! Which is also the title of their joint album they just dropped yesterday on Brick Records. They came through T.T. Bears on Valentines Day which you can see the pics above. They ripped shop going through a bunch of new tracks off the Soul Veggies album. Mega Ran and Storyville didnt disappoint giving a taste of the old gems for the crowd that came out during the storm warning. Sadly, I had to leave early and didn’t get the freestyle or Splash Woman that he performed but don’t bum out just yet! Mega Ran and Storyville came out to Games Underground a very dope and low key game shop/arcade in Framingham. They had dozens of flat screens, every console imaginable and a dope live set up for streaming and performances like the one they threw Sunday. Jaime and his wife were really cool people and they run quite a dope shop and they had Meg Ran come through and perform a full set with an exclusive freestyle and a live exclusive of Mega Ran performing Turtle Power! Enjoy the pics and video!

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Soul Veggies: Mega Ran and Storyville Live @ TT Bears and Game Underground (pics/video)


The almighty Mega Ran graced the Boston area with his partner in rhyme Storyville, and together they form Soul Veggies! Which is also the title of their joint album they just dropped yesterday on Brick Records. They came through T.T. Bears on Valentines Day which you can see the pics above. They ripped shop going through a bunch of new tracks off the Soul Veggies album. Mega Ran and Storyville didnt disappoint giving a taste of the old gems for the crowd that came out during the storm warning. Sadly, I had to leave early and didn’t get the freestyle or Splash Woman that he performed but don’t bum out just yet! Mega Ran and Storyville came out to Games Underground a very dope and low key game shop/arcade in Framingham. They had dozens of flat screens, every console imaginable and a dope live set up for streaming and performances like the one they threw Sunday. Jaime and his wife were really cool people and they run quite a dope shop and they had Meg Ran come through and perform a full set with an exclusive freestyle and a live exclusive of Mega Ran performing Turtle Power! Enjoy the pics and video!

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Observe Durag Dynasty Kill It On Rap Is Outta Control

Durag Dynasty the collective of Planet Asia, FREE Killer Ben, and The GOAT Tri-State. Observe Tri-State and Planet Asia kill shit, oh yea Trife Da God is there too with a couple other dudes.

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LL Cool J Kicks A Freestyle While Jam Master Jay Is On The Tables

Dope freestyle courtesy of LL Cool J and Jam Master Jay. I’m still happy about seeing JMJ spin a few months before he was murdered.

Dr. Butcher: That was not Jam-Master Jay, that was [Jay] Philpot [the second Cut Creator] his DJ on the turntables when he was rhyming. Run-DMC was performing after him, so when he’s freestyling he’s talking about Run in that rhyme. They were walking in and that’s why he wouldn’t let go the mic – he had something to say to Run because they weren’t getting along. Then they took the mic from him and pushed him off stage so Run-DMC could perform.

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