Bout God Damn Time! DJ Khaled ft. Everybody as Usual-OUT HERE GRINDIN (Music Video)

24 07 2008

How many versions of this song are out?  3?  And on each version Boosie has the hardest verse.  There was a rumor that Plies wasn’t going to be on the song because he was charging Khaled and didn’t show up to the first shooting of the video.  Well, the differences have been resolved and he’s in this video.  Wayne who is on one version, isn’t on this version.  AND THATS A GOOD LOOK!!!!  Khaled is trying to show he can sell a single, album and his movement without using Wayne’s selling power.  Plus, Wayne is over saturated right now.  He has his own double platinum album out, plus various collaborations.  The video overall to me is a 6.5/10.  Definitly a downgrade from “We Takin Over”.  It’s the same set up as the other videos.  Khaled posse cut.  I think he needs to push the envelope more on his video selection.  The green screen didn’t work for me.  The best green screen shot in my opinion was OFFICER ROSS.  That was tight, walking the streets with his Undercover Hoos Nigga Unit.  I wonder what their conviction rate is?  For the corniest it is a tie between Boosie running from fire and Plies battling plastic chains in a cell.  Really?!  But, I wish Khaled luck.  He is proving to me that you don’t have to rap to sell units anymore.  So, I’m watching this guy’s moves and putting his best moves into my plan.  Don’t let the way I think ruin the song for you though, check it out above.

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DJ Khaled Readies We Global!

26 06 2008

 

I can’t hate on Khaled.  He’s the ring leader of a new movement and he doesn’t do anything but holler on songs.  He does alot of things behind closed doors and he’s today’s music executive.  He’s everywhere, he has his hands on the best music and great relationships with today’s hottest artists.  He has a label deal with Koch and now Def Jam for his label the We The Best Music Group.  He has a new artist, Ace Hood who isn’t that bad.  He’s moving in the right direction.  I like Khaled.  I like what he’s doing.  He’s becoming a force on his own, I can’t knock the man’s hustle nor his passion for the game, I’m takin’ notes.  So here’s the news.

 

 

 

DJ Khaled has put together some pretty big collaborations in the past to go along with his albums laced with some of the finest Hip Hop has to offer. The trend is set to continue as DJ Khaled prepares his latest dish titled We Global on Koch/We The Best Music Group.

We Global will be Khaled’s third album and will be jump started by the lead single “Out Here Grindin” which will feature AkonLil BoosieRick RossPliesYoung JeezyTrick Daddy and Ace Hood with production by The Runners.

“’Out Here Grindin’” is the biggest record in the streets!! This will be the anthem for ‘08!” says Khaled via statement. “I do this for the streets!!! WE GLOBAL!!!! This record is for the people!!!”

video for the single is currently in the works.

We Global will feature Kanye WestFabolousFat JoeNasSean PaulBusta RhymesFlo-RidaAkonRick RossYoung JeezyTrick Daddy and many more to be announced. Production will be handled by the likes of The RunnersDanja,NastyThe IncrediblesCool and Dre and Beat Novacaine.

Look for We Global to be released on September 16th.   

 

 

 

 





The Cincinnati Monster TOP 10 SONGS of the week of 6/15/2008

21 06 2008

 

SOMETHING NEW AT THE CINCINNATI MONSTER.COM.  A WEEKLY COUNTDOWN OF THE HOTTEST SONGS OF THE WEEK IN THE EYES OF THE CINCINNATI MONSTER.  TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE TOP TEN COUNTDOWN, EMAIL 3RD-SHIFT @ THECINCINNATIMONSTER@GMAIL.COM

 

1. Lil Wayne-A Milli

2.Young Jeezy ft. Kanye West-Put On

3. DJ Khaled ft. Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Lil Boosie, Trick Daddy, Ace Hood and Lil Wayne-Out Here Grindin

4. B.G. ft. Magnolia Chop-Keep it 100

5. Young Buck-Taped Phone Conversation

6. Oba Rowland ft. Whitney Foard-Bring The Freak Out

7. G-Unit-Straight Outta Southside

8. Chip The Ripper-Fresh, Fly

9. Doe Boy-Datts What Money Do

10. G-Eazy-I Be in the Lab