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Kingdom Come, Nas & Michaela Jackson

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Mistajam | 18:47 UK time, Thursday, 12 October 2006

The way they do it is just ridiculously effortless...Jay-Z + Just Blaze = HipHop Classic. Don't believe me? After the FIRE that is 'Show Me What You Got' comes Kingdom Come.

Def Jam, don't worry, It's only a radio rip from Funkmaster Flex's Hot 97 show, but you know this is HEAT. Chopping up Rick James' Superfreak? Just Blaze is just on some next level ish! Listen to it above and read the making of the track over at

Nas has been speaking to about his forthcoming album 'HipHop Is Dead...The N'. Is it just me or does he not sound so confident that the album is going to see the light of day in 2006? Here's hoping that it still gets a squeeze and Jigga doesn't take over completely (although if the quality of the whole of Kingdom Come is like the 2 tracks out there at the moment, I could wait til 07 for Nas...)

I've always been a fan of his from the days of when but Michael Jackson has gone too far for me now. Not content with changing his appearance from black man to white woman, he's now been photographed in St Tropez dressed as a woman in tight jeans, ruffled blouse, floppy hat and high heels. Come on Michael, why don't you just change your name to Michaela and be done with it...? Michaela Jackson

Check the HipHop M1X Show tonight, presented by Doc Jnr & Reality? as I'm currently in Belfast getting ready to launch this - big shouts to DJ Hix! As always, y'all better make some comment!!


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    Oh DAMN! Thats the beat he had up on myspace as "Bored in the studio" for a while. MOTHERHUBBARD!
    Nuff people were like "yo, on the real you should use that" and look what we get.


    Hope that Belfast jump went off like fireworks.

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    Dope. I thought I censored that already...

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    For the record it has been confirmed that that is NOT Michael Jackson in that picture. It was a mistake!!

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