Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can hire or listen to Psykhomantus in the club or your speakers with this rating. The DJ under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Hard Beats are generally allowed, and strong Scratchin/Beat Juggling along with Body Tricks activity is also allowed. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if justified by a fly groupie.

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Twitter with Caution by Pipomixes

This is not an anti-Twitter rant. Instead, I'd consider it some strongly suggested recommendations for all deejays who use this social networking tool. Most deejays use Twitter in a perfectly tolerable manner by using it as a way to promote mixes, gigs, and witty humor. Other deejays have clear cases of diarrhea of the thumb. Various deejays have gone Tom Cruise on us. We love them as deejays, but once they start showing their true selves they become more annoying than a poor wifi connection. Unlike Tom Cruise, almost all of our favorite deejays don't have a premier public relations staff to clean-up their messes. That's what I'm here for. Below, is a set of observations and rules that could help many of our favorite deejays save themselves from themselves.

1. There are limits to self promotion. We all understand that Twitter is a tool primarily used for self promotion, but a little modesty PLEASE! Want to tweet where you'll be spinning next? Cool. Want to re-tweet where you'll be spinning next every hour on the hour? Still Cool (I guess) Want to tweet your latest mix? Please do. Want to re-tweet your latest mix everyday for 6 months? That's cool too. Want to tell the twitter world how you "rocked _________(insert your favorite city here)" after every single gig? Get the f*ck outta here! We get it, your the greatest deejay since sliced bread. Is it really necessary to tell us over and over again? Want to know who's especially guilty of this? I won't name names, but I will give you a little rhyme: Twitter dumb, twitter dee, this deejay's tendency to suck himself off is gayer than a dude wearing a pair of capris.

2. Please no philosophical quotes (especially if they're by you). I need a deejay telling me philosophy like I need a hole in my head. I want to hear your latest mix or attend your next gig. I don't want to read your poor attempt at street corner philosophy. I'll read Plato if I'm looking for something philosophical. Just because somebody read a book to you doesn't mean you have to share the one sentence that you remember with us over and over again. In the words of the late, great 2pac, "your whole style is bit!" Again, I won't name any names here, but a certain 26th letter deejay should be doing a 25 to life bid for plagiarism.

3. Tweeting, "people who are on Twitter all day are gay" is.....GAY!! If you're on Twitter all day, OWN IT! You're more stupid than stupid if you go dissing people who tweet all day when your own profile shows that you have 40,000 tweets. There is a certain deejay who I could put on blast for this, but I'll save him for later.

4. Reality Check 1,2. Probably not the best idea to start spouting off as a deejay about how you're going to take over the world when you have as many followers as I have wives. Even if I was a polygamist, you still wouldn't have enough followers to talk about taking over the world. There are a few deejays that come to mind here, but you probably haven't heard of them.

5. Who needs a Mad Rapper when we have Mad DJ's. Man, your favorite deejay is one bitter mofo. To be honest, a little bit of bitterness is entertaining to a degree. In fact, Twitter is the perfect venue for some witty, mean spirited humor. With that said, there are some deejays who come off as flat-out ugly people. One particular deejay that comes to mind spends most of his day essentially telling himself how wonderful he is, and telling everybody else how stupid they are. This particular deejay also enjoys tweeting over and over again how much he loves his kid. If you love your kid, tell your kid. Why do you feel the need to convince me how much you love your kid? I know, I know. Why do you follow this guy? Probably for the same reason I have the tendency to glance at car wrecks. Who is this deejay? Sh*t, I'm afraid to tell you all (dude seems like he's got anger issues). However, I will tell you that you probably wouldn't know his name if not for the legacy of a certain fallen hip hop great.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Hott Off The Press Tribute To Heavy D

On November 8th We Lost the Overweight Lover the Jamaica-born Big Belly Gorgon, Heavy D. Hip Hop is getting older and as we love to talk about our great heros from the late 80's early 90's, we losing some of the artist of that time that help shaped Hip Hop. Heavy D was one of them. Very sad news because Rap had many styles back in those days and now they are leaving us and no one is replacing or helping shape Hip Hop Like Heavy D, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Jam Master Jay, J Dilla, Roc Raida, Mr. Magic, and the many artists that we miss. Be that it may, Heavy D is now in a peaceful place along with his dancer Trouble T Roy who died in 1990 (the song T.O.R.Y (They Reminisce Over You) by Pete Rock & CL Smooth was dedicated to him). Myself, Deano Presto and my sisters boyfriend Camille Jamal dedicated a special mix on Hott Off The Press on Leicester's Demon FM. May Heavy D Rest In Peace.

Hott Off The Press Intro w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
Here We Go (intro)
We Got Our Own Thing
Alright- Janet Jackson
Jam- Michael Jackson
Now That We Find Love- Third World
Now That We Find Love
Is It Good To You- Teddy Riley ft Tammy Lucas
Is It Good To You
Somebody For Me
I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)- Hall & Oates
I'll Do Anything
Big Tyme
Don't Curse
Hott Off The Press Skit w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
She Watch Channel Zero (Intro)- Public Enemy
You Can't See What I Can't See
A Buncha Niggaz
Fly Like An Eagle- Steve Miller Band
Who's The Man
Hott Off The Press Skit 2 w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
Overweighter (Intro)
The Overweight Lovers In The House
Gyrzl They Love Me
Mr. Big Stuff (Remix)
Mr. Big Stuff- Jean Knight
Blue Funk
Nuttin But Love
Help Is On The Way- The Whatnats
Hott Off The Press Skit 3 w/ Deano Presto & Camille Jamal
Sex Wit You
Back To Life (Beat)- Soul II Soul
Big Daddy (Remix)
Black Coffee
Love Me Like This
Long Distance Girl
Hott Off The Press Outro w/ Deano Presto, Camille Jamal & Psykhomantus
We Write The Songs- Marley Marl ft Biz Markie & Heavy D

Tuesday, 1 November 2011


Yes, yes y'all. Back again after crazy busy month in October. I like to thank those that came and supported Grandmaster Flash along side MCM (Caveman), Juice Aleem and my crew A Few Good Men. A big shout out to Rob Swift (X-Ecutioners) for putting my rap's Original samples on his online radio show Dope On Plastic, now the world knows my name. Lol! Also much love goe's out to Jonzi D as we returned and did another Hip Hop theatre show "Open Art Surgery" at Sadlers wells and much respect to those that took part Kev Omoaghe Akhidenor Nkechi da Lyricl Lisa Anderson Marv-ill Bigmouth Superlungs Bumi Thomas Oneness Sankara Maki Dimakatso Chima Anya Natalie James it was a blessing to work with you all. Let's do this again. Apology for those that came to see my set at Oxjam Leicester as I was double booked for rehearsals so I couldn't make it that day to perform.

Well! It's november and time to hit you all up with another mixtape and I'm happy to present to you RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 2. Enjoy!

RAP'S ORIGINAL SAMPLES VOL 2 mixed by DJ Psykhomantus (A Few Good Men)

Holding You, Loving You- Don Blackman
Too Complex- L. The Head Toucha
Deliverance- Space
Rock Co.Kane Flow feat MF DOOM- De La Soul
People Make The World Go Round- Stylistics
People- Rapper Big Pooh
Shady Blues-Lee Mason
Figure Four- Sean Price
I Love Music- Ahmad Jamal
The World Is Yours- Nas
The World Is Yours- Elzhi
Saturday Night Live- Mikey Dread
Echoes Of Love-Little Boy Blues
That's Hard- Pete Rock & Smif N' Wessun
Funky Charm's- Sesame Street
Kookies- MF Doom
PBS- Masta Ace
Star War's-David Matthews
Starkology- Ghostface Killah
Last Night Change It All- Esther Williams
Last Night- NYGz
Funky Drummer- James Brown
2000 Beyound- Slum Village

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