Remember Remember the Ides of December, Sagittarius Black’s Latest Masterpiece



Friends, Brooklyn, Country Men… LISTEN “Remember, remember the Ides of December…”. The Ides of December is set to keep Sagittarius Black’s name on the tips of our tongues for years to come. As usual, Sag doesn’t disappoint. No need to skip any track, The Ides plays straight through. Black’s Ides of December is full of storytelling and lyricism that allow you to envision what he is saying and feeling. Sagittarius Black said it right “…HBlendz beats will seduce you”. The music finds a way to grab you and put you in a trance. Sag shows growth by allowing emotion to pierce through his wordplay and performance. The Ides of December starts off right with his “December 4th” remix. When I first heard it, I thought to myself “that was beautiful”. His conversational tone makes you feel close. The uptempo songs such as “Celebration, “The Bounce” & “Put Your Hands Up” are fun and full of witty lyrics. Sag doesn’t dumb it down for anyone. “Most Heart” is another beautiful track full of passion and hunger. It sets the stage for the EPs dramatic close. “Thuggish Ruggish” is a hard track, one of my personal favorites because once again Sagittarius Black shows versatility. He completely switches up his flow and murders that beat. Finally, he ends the Ides of December mixtape with “Face in the Crowd”. As I heard this song I was creating a music video in my head. Special shout out to singer P. Jewel who blessed “Most Heart” and “Face in the Crowd” with her soulful voice. I must say this is the best project I’ve heard from Sagittarius Black thus far.

Download Here Sagittarius Black The Ides Of December

Uh OH! Beyonce Accused Of Stealing Clothing Designs, punchbowlblog

Beyonce has been accused of copying clothing designs for her new ‘Dereon’ 2010 Fall collection from another fashion label. The singer, who has faced several allegations of theft regarding her music in the past few years, reportedly duplicated a pair of studded leggings designed by E-Label that she bought in London earlier this year. See what the brand’s co-owner, Helba Hallgrimsdottir, had to say below:

“This is naturally huge and I am still half in shock. I didn’t twig straight away that this was her own label: I just thought she was wearing our leggings. It is practically just copy/paste.”