Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

You Should Have Waited 1-10-2012




The First Official Single From CURE-"You Should Have Waited" will be available for free Download January 10 2012!!

(video) Chill Moody-Suicide Barz

(video) Young Jeezy-Nothin

(video) Wale-Chain Music

(video) 50 Cent-Wait Until Tonight

Meek Mill-Faded Too Long Freestyle



(video) Ski Beatz ft. Stalley- Gentlemans Quarterly

Ski Beatz feat. Stalley-Gentleman’s Quarterly from DD172 on Vimeo.

Young Jeezy Speaks on TM103

(Video) STS-Great Mood

(video) Ludacris Featuring Gucci Mane -Shake N Fries

The Kid Daytona Featuring Melanie Fiona -Love is Love



Freeway Interview (in Toronto)

50 Cent feat. Tony Yayo-I Just Wanna

T.I. featuring Pharrell- Here Ye, Hear Ye

Video: Kanye West & Jay-Z – Behind The Scenes @ The Watch The Throne Tour (Episode 2)


The Chi by toobu13

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

CURE HIPHOP COSTUME EXTRAVAGANZA @DAVE N BUSTERS!!! OCTOBER 29, 2011


C.U.R.E. Performs

Ky The Voice: Ky's Pursuit of Liberation Trailer featuring Natalie Nunn, Sean 'The Pen' Garrett, Angela Yee,

BET CYPHER 2011 Eminem, Yelawolf, Slaughterhouse

BET CYPHER 2011 Big KRIT, Tech N9ne, Machine Gun Kelly, Kendrick Lamar, B.O.B.

BET CYPHER 2011 Wale, Pill, Stalley, Meek Mill, Rick Ross

BET CYPHER 2011 Reek Da Villain, 2Chainz, Bustah Rhymes and Ludacris

BET CYPHER 2011 Lady of Rage, Blind Fury, Dom Kennedy, Skillz

BET CYPHER 2011 Nitty Scott, Lecrae, Sporano, Estelle

BET CYPHER 2011 Ace Hood, Kevin Mccall, Chris Brown, Tyga

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

CURE HIPHOP COSTUME EXTRAVAGANZA @DAVE N BUSTERS!!! OCTOBER 29, 2011

New Video: Drake-Headlines

Drake ~ Headlines (Official Video) from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.

Diddy Acts a Fool at BET AWARDS WEEKEND PARTY

J. Cole-The Making of Cole World

Cole World: Studio Hours from Gneiss Pictures on Vimeo.

Jay-Z speaks (briefly) about Lil Wayne Diss

Get More: Music News

Video-Smoke Dza- Ballgame

New Music: Lloyd Banks- Shock The World



New Music: Wale-Tatts On My Arm



Interview: B.O.B. Shade 45 Interview (talks T.I., new music, freestyle)

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

C.U.R.E.-Money Talks Freestyle




Money Talks Freestyle by curehiphop

(video) C.U.R.E. Artshow Flow

C.U.R.E.-In The Kitchen


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C.U.R.E.-Check The Headline


C.U.R.E.- Artshow Flow Freestyle



C.U.R.E-Luxury Livin freestyle



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(new music) Jay Fresh Kicks- Power Freestyle



(new music) Drake- Headlines

The First Official Single From Drake's Take Care...coming this fall

(new mixtape) J.Cole-Any Given Sunday



(new music) Lil Wayne-Put The Light on Me


some new Weezy for ya

Thursday, June 23, 2011

(new music) C.U.R.E.-In The Kitchen


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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

(new music) C.U.R.E.-Artshow Flow



(new music) C.U.R.E.-Luxury Livin'



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(new music) C.U.R.E.-Check The Headline


Monday, May 30, 2011

(video) Kreayshawn-Gucci Gucci

This young lady signed a deal with Sony Records For 1 million dollars...what do YOU think?- Kreayshawn Gucci Gucci

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

(new music) C.U.R.E.-Luxury Livin'



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(new music) Stalley-Chevy's and Spaceships


(video) L.E.P. Bogus Boys-FTW (for the win)

(video)Pac Div-Fallin

Ms. Jams Topic of Conversation-Women In Hip Hop





To many, hip hop is more than just a culture. It’s a way of life. But what happens when a culture starts to dictate the way we look at ourselves and the people around us. Cultures are vastly man-made. And I say that because, cultures are simply styles, ideas, and methods that others tend to copy and make mainstream. So in that sense, culture is man-made. Culture can also be changed. But sometimes a culture becomes such a standard that to go against it, makes you stand apart and often times alienates you. So what ends up happening is that the culture is just accepted as the “way it is” and those who don’t believe usually have a hell of a time trying to change people’s minds.
I say this simply as background to my point that hip hop degrades women. And before everyone gets all upset about it lets look at the facts. Women appear in majority of hip hop videos. And in majority of those videos, they are scantily clad, viewed as objects to be bought, dumbed down to look like gold diggers and to appear lazy. The rapper with the nicest car gets to take me home tonight in it. You’ve got a lot of money so you can have me too. I’m only as good as the body part I show off. Etc. Women who appear in hip hop videos that aren’t scantily clad are usually, the exception to the rule and never the norm. In fact, the same rappers that have respectable looking women in their videos are usually the ones who are making positive statements. And usually those same artists are not rapping about the same thing.




Now I’m not going to sit here and say that women are inanimate and we don’t have minds and mouths to speak up but look at it this way. What choice do some have? Some women really are talented besides their bodies and they want to make it into the industry. But just to get on a set I swear you have to be nearly naked. To get any form of attention you have to play like an object and that is really sad. No woman could walk on the set of a rappers video in a power suit and a brief case without all the dudes thinking they were getting “served” or someone hired them a stripper. There is no happy medium in the rap game. You are either all about your business as a woman or you are a video ho. There are no average sized, middle class moms, with glasses chillen on the set of a Nelly video. (Unless his mom is there…)
And I know what some of you are going to say… “why don’t the women just not be in the video?!” the answer to that question is easy… because there is always someone somewhere that needs the dollar and is willing to show whatever they can to get it. As long as those women still exist, there will always be video hoes and the standard will remain. You can’t give rap an ultimatum, rap like many men, doesn’t like change and anything that you need changed needs to be eased in very slowly. But are we even easing at all? Or are we just accepting it as the “way it is”…

I don’t think the main problem is that the women are being degraded, it’s the complacency behind it all; the fact that no one seems to care or even challenge the system except the “positive” rappers. My question is, when did the negativity take over? When did the raunchy rap take over the rap that tells a story and uplifts the nation? When did backing it up take over being a good role model? I know sex sells but damn, didn’t smart people invent our economy? (I guess not, or it wouldn’t be in shambles…….) Isn’t the sexiest thing about a woman her brain? And if you say “no” then you too are part of the problem. That woman shaking her ass in your favorite video could be your mom, sister, niece, girlfriend or aunt. And to say “my ___ is smarter than that or better than that…” does it really matter at this point? No one’s interested in a woman’s brain anyway according to our society.





-Jams