Category: TapeDeck1

My vote for battle of the year from iBattle: Sicarii vs. Dego Diavolo

13Nov

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Sicarii is that dude. Dego (my PBX brother in arms) is also that dude. When you have two dudes battle, who are on that level, they tear each other to pieces. This battle has EVERYTHING. I have no idea why the views are so low on this… this should have at least 100K at this point.

I don’t get the audiences of this shit. At the time of this, I started updating the banner. This needs more views.

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iBattle Presents: Tapedeck vs. Stainless

18Oct

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I’m sort of surprised battles like this don’t get more attention. A few of you may not have heard, but iBattle almost went into a situation where it would have had to shut down. This is NOT GOOD. iBattle is one of the few good leagues left, and they put CT on in a big way. If you’re not showing support to what they’re doing, you’re not doing it right.

-Doc

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iBattle Worldwide Presents: Tapedeck vs Budda

7Mar

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Tapedeck, the anti hero, 2-1… that tub line just made me laugh really hard.

And iBattle, I’m back bitches…

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iBattle Worldwide Presents: Tapedeck vs Ju Davil

5Jan

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Tapedeck, all three. Ju came with some bars but Tape straight bulldozed over him. The only criticism I have? Can we stick to dissing the person in front of you? That’s the point. We all understand Dia doesn’t have arms and legs and is tight with Tape.

From what I’ve seen, this is a well deserved Battle Of The Month here at CTHIPHOP.Net…

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MIC ON DECK Presents: M.I.C. & Tapedeck 1’s B-Day Bash Ft Mikey D of Main Source & Mr. Freeze of The Jazzy Five MCs

20Jul

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Hartford, CT – July 27, 2012 – MIC ON DECK Entertainment’s “Unified Hip Hop” series will be celebrating the birthdays of MIC ON DECK’s own Tapedeck 1 & M.I.C. at Sully’s Pub, located at 2071 Park Street in downtown Hartford, CT. The featured artists of the night are Mikey D of Main Source and Mr. Freeze of The Jazzy Five MCs. The show will continue to focus on bringing together the hip hop elements, the old school with the new, and unifying our hip hop community for a very positive movement. It will feature all nine elements of hip hop, involving some of the area’s best underground hip hop artists, DJ’s, graffiti artists, b-boys, beatboxers, & teachers of the fifth element.

Queens, NYC native Mikey D is best known as an NYC battle legend, his work alongside the L.A. Posse and as the lead emcee of Main Source alongside Sir Scratch & K-Cut, as Mike replaced Large Professor in 1994. Mikey D was proclaimed “best MC in the world” after defeating Melle Mel & many others round by round at the New Music Seminar in 1988. Mr. Freeze, aka Chuck Freeze, represents the Soundview Houses of the South Bronx, NYC. His full crew was “DJ Jazzy Jay, DJ Red Alert & The Jazzy Five MCs with DJ Afrika Bambaataa”. The Jazzy Five MC’s current members are Mr. Freeze, the Master Ice, AJ Les, the Master Dee, Master Bee, & newest member Mikey D. The group, founded by MC Sundance in the mid 1970’s, was well known for recording the first hip hop single on Tommy Boy Records in 1981 called “Jazzy Sensation”.

The show will be hosted by Self Suffice, and features music by DJ Sherm Larock. There are going to be live performances by Mikey D, Mr. Freeze, Asylum Lifetime, Rockoleone ft. DJ Stress, Bad For Business (Dia the Limbless MC and Tapedeck 1), Mully ft Con-Man & Frank White presenting his new group Bangfield. There will be a live b-boy jam featuring breaker crew Zulu Bratz 860, and a live graffiti exhibition by Mufasa RKG of Bucket Fresh Studios. There will also be a beatbox cypher featuring DJ King Ruckus of Universal Zulu Nation/Galactic Humanz Massachusetts.

This is a 21+ event with ID & casual dress code. Presale tickets are available for $5, at the door there is a $10 cover & $7 for ladies. There will be hamburgers (plain, with cheese or veggie), hot dogs and ribs served throughout the night. The show is sponsored by DotGotIt.com, Universal Zulu Nation, Mind Power Entertainment, Jace Media, Bucket Fresh Studios, iBattle WorldWide, Thelegaldopespot.blogspot.com, TheMadBloggers.com and Scout Promotions. For more information please contact William Sanzi at (860)-938-8476, Michael Lagasse at 860-394-7697, or emailMICONDECK@gmail.com. You can also check for information on the “MIC ON DECK Entertainment” page on Facebook. MIC ON DECK hopes to see everyone there July 27th to celebrate with them & wishes you peace and blessings.

Sully’s Pub – 2071 Park Street, Hartford, CT – July 27th, 2012

Media – If any media wish to contact us you can reach us at:

Michael Lagasse – (860) 394-7697 – MICONDECK@gmail.com
Bill Sanzi – (860) 938-8476 – Tapedek1@gmail.com

Facebook Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/micondeck?ref=tn_tnmn#!/events/154906557978958/

*Presale tickets available for $5, at door its $10 cover, $7 for ladies

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iBattle Presents: Gods of the Arena

22May

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Attention all emcees who are involved in the battle: BE THERE AT 3 O’CLOCK OR CONSIDER YOUR BATTLE AN AUTOMATIC LOSS. iBattle does right by you so do right by iBattle on this, aiight?

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Tapedeck1 drops V for Victory

2Dec

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Tapedeck1 is that dude. Much respect to him; often when there is a bigger name in hip-hop coming through the state, he has something to do with it. Him and Dia (rea) are a potent mix too (Bad For Business). Watch for more posts on this dude, for real. Considering that it’s Christmas and you’ve spent a bunch of money on things for other people that aren’t really what they wanted, why not treat yourself to this? 5 bucks gets you dope music… a full meal too not some 10 minute “fuck you pay me” type of artwork.

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Dia and Tapedeck are opeing for COREMEGA

19Aug

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TapeDeck1 drops “Dope 16″

28Jul

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Thought I’d give homie some shine. I heard the rough cut of this last month and thought it stood out. It also caused us to start our own youtube account, since TapeDeck had actually sent me the video himself. Peep it, comment, let’s keep this shit moving!

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