01 DJ Premier & Biggest G – Time 4 Change
02 Nygz – Policy
03 Big Shug – When I Strike
04 House Of Reps – U Gotta Love Us
05 Termanology – Hold That
06 Blaq Poet – Ain’t Nuttin Changed
07 Prodigy – Veterans Memorial Pt. 2
08 Statik Selektah Ft. MOP, Jadakiss – For The City
09 Young Maylay – I Showed You
10 D-Flow (DITC) – Like Dat
11 Scarface – Emeritus
12 Jake One Ft. Little Brother – Bless The Child
13 Ludacris Ft. Floyd Mayweather – Undisputed
14 LL Cool J – Dear Hip Hop
15 DJ Revolution Ft. Planet Asia – School
16 Bumpy Knuckles – The OG Pt. 3
17 Royce Tha 5′9″ – I Gotta Shake This
18 DJ Revolution Ft. KRS-One, DJ Premier – The DJ
19 Black Milk Ft. Pharoahe Monch, DJ Premier, SeanPrice – The Matrix

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DOPE DOPE “CHANGE” ADS

October 26, 2008

Following his commissioned poster designs for the OBAMA Campaign’s VOTE FOR CHANGE initiative last month, THUNDERDOG STUDIOS head designer TRISTAN EATON has put his energy into a last minute push for the Democratic contender with a new campaign poster and ballot box character. Designed as a reminder for registered voters to actually show up and cast their ballot for Obama on November 4th, the poster’s image of Barack is made up entirely of icons relevant to his personal history and political messaging, while the new ballot box character is a downloadable paper cut out figure that fans can assemble and leave in their cubicle as a daily voting reminder. And, just for fun, Eaton has customized a TRACKSTAR fixed gear bike with his Obama graphics, which will be sold to generate funds for the campaign in its final week. All political posters and materials are available at the dedicated THUNDERVOTE.COM site.

O-Bombed | The New Yorker

October 3, 2008

The New Yorker calls it Satire (the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice), but many say there’s nothing funny about the magazine’s latest cover. It paints Barack Obama and his wife as terrorists. Not a Good Look.

Take a Good look at the art work wow they really playing him.

Check out the article here – http://www.newyorker.com/talk/comment/2008/10/13/081013taco_talk_editors