Wednesday, August 19, 2009


i dunno what im doing bout i signed up for and i guess u share music. anyways lets see how this goes..heres my dropbox

Send me your track

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Sunday, April 26, 2009




"Those teams noticed something strange: The flu was killing people aged 20 to 40. Flu victims are usually either infants or the elderly. The Spanish flu pandemic, which killed at least 40 million people worldwide in 1918-19, also first struck otherwise healthy young adults."

"confirmed cases in five U.S. states and suspected cases as far away as New Zealand, Canada and France"

" flu strain, a combination of pig, bird and human viruses that humans may have no natural immunity to..."

"Scientists have warned for years about the potential for a pandemic from viruses that mix genetic material from humans and animals"

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

J-$crilla ft. Cassidy & AR AB "DRUG DEALER"

DJ/Producer- J-$crilla of Guns-N-Butter is setting up to drop his first solo album called "Culture Of Honor." The DMV- bred producer who resides in the Nation's Capitol has produced for Tragedy, Heltah Skeltah, Smif-N-Wessun, NORE, Nature, Reef the Lost Cauze and many more. This song- "DRUG DEALER", features Cassidy and AR AB going back and forth over a laidback, piff- induced track. The album features JR Writer, General Steele, Cassidy, Reef The Lost Cauze, Oddisee, K-Beta and 30 other gifted lyricists. Look out for many free downloads in the coming weeks and the entire project (which will include all the instrumentals) which will drop June 2nd on Inner Loop Records. (


Sunday, April 12, 2009

Somoli Pirates Are The New Coast Guard

I got this from hiphopdx which got it from
This should shed light on whats going on and give another perspective:

As the first pirate attack of a U.S. ship in 200 years comes to a climax, I'm re-posting an essay I solicited and received several weeks ago from K'naan, a Somali-Canadian singer and activist. A video of a performance by K'naan that I filmed at the All Points West music festival last summer appears below. Michael Vazquez
Why We Don't Condemn Our Pirates
by K'naan

Can anyone ever really be for piracy? Outside of sea bandits, and young girls fantasizing of Johnny Depp, would anyone with an honest regard for good human conduct really say that they are in support of Sea Robbery?

Well, in Somalia, the answer is: it's complicated.

The news media these days has been covering piracy in the Somali coast with such
lop-sided journalism, that it's lucky they're not on a ship themselves. It's true that the constant hi-jacking of vessels in the Gulf of Aden is a major threat to the vibrant trade route between Asia and Europe. It is also true that for most of the pirates operating in this vast shoreline, money is the primary objective.

But according to so many Somalis, the disruption of Europe's darling of a trade route, is just Karma biting a perpetrator in the butt. And if you don't believe in Karma, maybe you believe in recent history. Here is why we Somalis find ourselves slightly shy of condemning our pirates.

Somalia has been without any form of a functioning government since 1991. And although its failures, like many other toddler governments in Africa, sprung from the wells of post-colonial independence, bad governance and development loan sharks, the specific problem of piracy was put in motion in 1992.

After the overthrow of Siyad Barre, our charmless dictator of twenty-some-odd years, two major forces of the Hawiye Clan came to power. At the time, Ali Mahdi, and General Mohamed Farah Aidid, the two leaders of the Hawiye rebels, were largely considered liberators. But the unity of the two men and their respective sub-clans was very short-lived. It's as if they were dumbstruck at the advent of ousting the dictator, or that they just forgot to discuss who will be the leader of the country once they defeated their common foe.

A disagreement of who will upgrade from militia leader to Mr. President broke up their honeymoon. It's because of this disagreement that we've seen one of the most decomposing wars in Somalia's history, leading to millions displaced and hundreds of thousands dead.

But war is expensive and militias need food for their families, and Jaad (an amphetamine-based stimulant) to stay awake for the fighting. Therefore, a good clan -based Warlord must look out for his own fighters. Aidid's men turned to robbing aid trucks carrying food to the starving masses, and re-selling it to continue their war. But Ali Mahdi had his sights set on a larger and more unexploited resource, namely: the Indian Ocean.

Already by this time, local fishermen in the coastline of Somalia have been complaining of illegal vessels coming to Somali waters and stealing all the fish. And since there was no government to report it to, and since the severity of the violence clumsily overshadowed every other problem, the fishermen went completely unheard.

But it was around this same time that a more sinister, a more patronizing practice
was being put in motion. A Swiss firm called Achair Parterns, and an Italian waste company called Achair Parterns, made a deal with Ali Mahdi, that they were to dump containers of waste material in Somali waters. These European companies were said to be paying Warlords about $3 a ton, whereas to properly dispose of waste in Europe costs about $1000 a ton.

In 2004, after a tsunami washed ashore several leaking containers, thousand of locals in the Puntland region of Somalia started to complain of severe and previously unreported ailments, such as abdominal bleeding, skin melting off and a lot of immediate cancer-like symptoms. Nick Nuttall, a spokesman for the United Nations Environmental Program, says that the containers had many different kinds of waste, including "Uranium, radioactive waste, lead, Cadmium, Mercury and chemical waste." But this wasn't just a passing evil from one or two groups taking advantage of our unprotected waters. The UN envoy for Somalia, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, says that the practice still continues to this day. It was months after those initial reports that local fishermen mobilized themselves, along with street militias, to go into the waters and deter the Westerners from having a free pass at completely destroying Somalia's aquatic life. Now years later, the deterring has become less noble, and the ex-fishermen with their militias have begun to develop a taste for ransom at sea. This form of piracy is now a major contributor to the Somali economy, especially in the very region that private toxic waste companies first began to burry our nation's death trap.

Now Somalia has upped the world's pirate attacks by over 21 percent in one year, and while NATO and the EU are both sending forces to the Somali coast to try and slow down the attacks, Black Water and all kinds of private security firms are intent on cashing in. But while Europeans are well in their right to protect their trade interest in the region, our pirates were the only deterrent we had from an externally imposed environmental disaster. No one can say for sure that some of the ships they are now holding for ransom were not involved in illegal activity in our waters. The truth is, if you ask any Somali, if getting rid of the pirates only means the continuous rape of our coast by unmonitored Western Vessels, and the producing of a new cancerous generation, we would all fly our pirate flags high.

It is time that the world gave the Somali people some assurance that these Western illegal activities will end, if our pirates are to seize their operations. We do not want the EU and NATO serving as a shield for these nuclear waste-dumping hoodlums. It seems to me that this new modern crisis is truly a question of justice, but also a question of whose justice.

As is apparent these days, one man's pirate is another man's coast guard.

Sunday, March 29, 2009


DMV EMAs ---> Scrilla Style

Best comedian: Judah

Best Producer: Oddisee

Best Emcee: K-Beta

Best DJ: Enferno

Most Supportive DJ: Alizay & Heat

Best Manager: hahahahahaha

Best Promotions: motherfuckers who do Love every Friday and flood me with emails (but they seem like good, strong pop-hip-hop shows)

Most Dangerous Emcee: Pro'Verb

Emcee Most Likely to Freestyle On a Subway Station: Flex Matthews

Producer Most Likely to Breakout a MPC at any given moment: Damu

Best Producer Showcase: The Beatdown

Hip-hop Philanthropy Award: DJ RBI & Words Beats and Life

Most Supportive Radio Show: Funkadelic Freestyles and 89.3 shows from 10-11 M-F

Most Underated Artist: Sketch

Producer Most likely To Look Like A Cab Driver On the Popular Hit TV Show Taxi But Makes Ill Beats: Bad Abbot

Best Female Emcee: Ra The MC

Best Mixtape of 08: Oddisee n Rosenburg "EP In A Day"

Most Notorious Emcee: Wale

Best Model: hahahahaha

DMV Hustler of The Year: Judah & Experience of Team Demo

Best Album: hahahahaahahahahahaha

Best Videographer: G Light Films

Most Valuable Videographer: Gadget

Most Valuable Player: Wale

Best Hip-Hop Radio Station: hahahahahaha

Person In This Area Least likely to Know My Name: Quicksilva, Flexx, Wale, Angie Ang

Most Bizarre Emcee: Whitefolkz

Reason I Do Hip-Hop: Cuz I Love It

Reason Most Yall Do This Shit: Cuz u wanna be like .......... (fill in homo-erotic rap name here)

Best New Crew: DMG

Best Album Artwork: The Package

Most Slept On Producer: Kev Brown

Best Studio: Depth Charge Studios

Best Beats: J-$crilla (yea) and Mark Henry

Best Mixtape concept: Inner Loop Nas Illmatic Remake Album

Rappers Whos Reputation Proceeds Itself: Oy Boyz

Best Producer of Urban Pop: T2

Best R&B Male: Raheem DeVaughn

Best R&B Female: Wayna

Most Supportive Club: hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Cutest Couple: I'm not even goin there lol

Best Blog:

Most Supportive Retail Outlet: Major & Stussy

Emcee's Emcee Of The Year: XO

Best Graf: The Sean Taylor piece on the redline

DC, MD or VA?: hmmmmmmm. MD wins that one this year

Most Sarcastic Emcee: Sim City

Emcee With The Best Social Networking Skills: Lyriciss

DMV Artists Nominated For Grammy Award: Wayna & Kokayi

Best B-Boyz: Aint seen any since LOZ back at Soul Camp

DMV Artist Nominated For Grammy But Not EMA: Kokayi

Funniest Video: Dre All Day driving and calling all emo-thugs, etc video

Best Open Mic: Anywhere outside an Inner Loop, XO & Benji, BetaRaz, Tru Skool, Low Budget, Flex Matthews event

Best Hip-Hop Video: The Package "Making Waves"

Best Photographer: One Viisiion aka Seannie Cameras

Worst Club Shut Down: Club 5

Best Street To Be Seen On: U Street NW

Best Latenight Spot: Oohhs and Aahhs

Emcee To Watch For: so many...

Rappers Rappers Award: Top Dogg Hill

Sunday, March 22, 2009


This is some str8 heat. this dude is the truth. awwwww maaaan, as one of woosie's biggest fans i cant wait to see if he worked with wayne or any of the other small change dudes. awwwww maaaan.

I'll see all a you at Love this weekend. I'll be the dirty white dude knockin on the skybox door and hootin and hollerin at security to lemme in.. I gotta get some beats to Woosie man. Damn. Awwww man. I used to try n get beats to Lil Boosie and I failed. I used to go by MC Obtusey, but I failed. Man, if Woosie and stussy dont hook up too do a collabo teeshirt soon, then im a bootleg them joints. WoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooosiE! I'm home!

I can see the first single now,

"Awwww man- I sell crack to da man, Awwwwww man- I gets it in in Maryland, Awwwwww man- im in the skybox sam, Awwww man- hey look mom no hands"

we gon shoot the whole video at love, we gon get hoes, bottles, colorful atl and new orleans and hurrican hats and we gon get a bunch of dudes that got scarves, long braids and tight jeans and we gon have an extremely radical and most dudical party! Awww man, this video goin str8 to, we in here man. hip-hop ilives in DC!!!!!!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


18. Best Producer

Text Sosa

So I was nominated for a producer of the year award for the DMV area. YAY!! I mean yea I definitely think I should be. But, look at the company. Oddisee- to me- is the best producer in the DMV. Kev Brown, Team Demo, Kokayi, Judah, Rich Harrison and a few others are great too. Mark Henry, E-Minah, Soulful and a few others are great beatmakers and future great producers- they just havent had a lot of oppurtunities to work with artists to produce yet. X-Quiz, Text Sosa, LCD, T2, and some others all make a diff kinda hip-hop than the cats I mentioned above. It should prolly be two types of categories. They make more commercially viable stuff- music I deem more urban pop music. And they are great at it, especially T2 and LCD. I dont know who Draus or LX are but they prolly are pretty good since they got enough people to vouch for them?

Also, this awards show proves that Inner Loop is a machine. We stood behind DJ Alizay, K-Beta, myself and Inner Loop. Go to and you'll see what its all about.

Anyways, thats my 2 cents if you want it. I'm sure somebody is gonna come thru the door and shoot the spot up cuz they hood wasnt repped right! Peace

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Reasonable doubt Remix Party by Inner Loop and HipHopGame

PUNISH ME --- Experience ft. Margie Joseph (Off Culture Of Honor)

"Punish Me (Chris Brown v. Rihanna)" - Experience ft. Margie Joseph (Produced by J-$crilla)


This just seems like the right time to release a domestic abuse song. So here is an early joint off the upcoming J-$crilla "CULTURE OF HONOR" dropping in April ft. Cassidy, JR Writer, Smif-N-Wessun, Bloodsport, Ra the MC, XO, Judah, K-Beta, Sketch, Oddisee, Pro'verb, Wordsmith, King Magnetic, Ankh Amen Ra, House Of Reps, Lyriciss, Slaine, Reef The Lost Cauze, Experience and many many more...All production by J-$crilla of Guns-N-Butter



19 IN

Friday, March 6, 2009

Not A Good Look 1

I'm gonna start posting funny messages that we get on the inner loop myspace page.... weve had a ton. heres the most recent. Clowns

The segment will be called "Not A Good Look"


Inner Loop Records

Spam/Report Abuse
To: J-$crilla ====>CUL...K-BETA
Mar 6, 2009 2:22 PM

God bless us all.

----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Mack Luce (313836434)
To: Inner Loop Records
Date: Mar 6, 2009 12:51 PM

Man your stuff ia whack you just a white boy who thinks he black you aint the real deal you need to take your self to the shelter and get you a free meal
Whats the deal with this word life you just a poor white boy with no wife oh don't cry and pout Just like Kurt Angle goin to make you tap out. That free style was whack I couldi't wait 4 it to end T got no wife but you got a boy friend what you goin Do tryin to battle with me rip you in front of your crew like it did'it happen to me The difference is am real and your fony my style is fat like sour gooseu tony yo what you goin to do you can't hurt me a threat form both sides yo thats right baby because am el like a sick metaphor got the crowd cantin
C E N A like they want some more yo hand in front of my face You Can't see me you probley heard me repping C's on 92.3 thats right hold up your hands wave EM high that was a nice dis but that was a whack ass try you Can't fly with me Cena it's a freestyle rap baby we don't play i come i come off the doom like everyday come at you from both sides like lesbian three way WHAT"S UP

----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Inner Loop Records (153485834)
To: Mack Luce
Date: Mar 6, 2009 5:51 AM

We really aren't signing artists . But we will listen to your music. Send all MP3's to

----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Mack Luce (313836434)
To: Inner Loop Records
Date: Mar 5, 2009 3:30 PM

Inner Loop

----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Inner Loop Records (153485834)
To: Mack Luce
Date: Mar 5, 2009 12:13 PM

To Inner Loop? Or just any label?
----------------- Original Message -----------------
From: Mack Luce (313836434)
To: Inner Loop Records
Date: Mar 5, 2009 12:55 PM

Hey how would i get signed for a Record Deal if i all ready have a DEMO

Wednesday, March 4, 2009



I didnt feel like blogging it down... Maybe I'm back. Anyways, lots going on and down. Lots on my mind and Im trying to find a way.

1. Baby due any day. Im getting mentally prepared for this new life. Excited and nervous. Me n the wifey have a ton of baby gifts and I spend a lot more time putting things together than chopping samples lately. But, its for the greater good. 


2. I recently saw some top 5 DMV lists for producers and rappers... I didnt make the lists from Wale or Craig of BKS... but that doesnt surprise me either


Craig's Favorite Producers? osinachi, oddisee, kev brown, kokayi

Notice that, neither one of em agreed on a single best producer. Shouts to Team Demo for being on Wale's radar- much deserved. I'm pretty sure Craig heard of both Od and Kev from the BEATDOWN events we throw. I'd bet a sample on that. He certainly got the two best producers in the area with the Low Budgeters.

Shouts to Lyriciss for putting me in his "fav underground producers": @Jabari J-Scrilla/Guns-N-Butter, EQuinox Professionals, Judah, AB The Producer, Best Kept Secret, DJ M.A.F., Kokayi, Oddisee, & Soulful ----- > Notice they all DC artists too! I swear Lyriciss is a true fan of DMV hip-hop and also one of the frontrunners for the younger cats out here. 


3. I've been working non-stop on this "Culture Of Honor" mixtape... Leaked a joint by Experience called "Punish Me" today. It kinda addresses the Chris Brown/Rihanna situation. Cop it here

The mixtape is the prelude to the album... It will feature some legends like smif-N-Wessun and Heltah Skeltah, some commercially viable dudes like Cassidy, some hardcore undergrounders like House Of Reps, true spitters like Ankh Amen Ra and Reef and some some of the DMV's best like K-Beta and Oddisee. New joints, old joints ------- > All heat


4. I have a crazy oppurtunity in front of me that I've been trying to figure out the best way to go about it. More to come on that...


5. Gearing up for the Inner Loop Reasonable Doubt Party and CD Release... I made a banger with K-Beta and T.E.F.L.O.N. I maynot be able to attend this event due to fatherly responsibilities though. *smh* We'll see. 


6. I'm bout to start cutting loose ends. I got a family now. Starting to see what it is. All my time will be spent trying to provide and being productive.


7. O yea, the biggest news may be the Reef/GNB album. Offer has been accepted and contracts should be signed in the next week. apparently the label wants to push single with full video in late May/early June and the entire album will drop Aug/Sept. I'll let u all know the details when the paper is signed. This is the 3rd offer. And the best.

This is the old flyer with Inner Loop helping with the push... This album is nearly 2 yrs in the making now.. Maybe 2 1/2. It's been completed for 9 months! But, we aren't rushing this. We believe we got Reef's best work on this cd and some of GNB's best heatrocks. This album is a whole different type sound than you used to. Trust.