Tuesday, October 28, 2008

kosha dillz + c rayz walz in SPIN MAGAZINE NOVEMBER 2008

Yezzir, we got in SPIN Magazine and if you can't read that it says, "The unlikely combo of African American Indie Vet and Israeli American Newbie results in a hilarious kosher wig flip of Biz Markie's just a friend. Challah!" -SPIN"
grab the "Freestyle Vs. Written" album now from iTunes (here) or off the Modular site (here). Or you could get 1990's on it and leave your computer to pick it up in stores!

Monday, October 27, 2008


KD_ ok..Dony Goines is one of the few artists who I am interested in hearing. I m not so much familiar with his music. But he is a nice guy and is headed the same place Im gogin to...."the top" I like it that I dont know someons music but i still know him. That means he got it.

besides the fact that lots of prappa the rappas are using first and last names...his is a mix between hard work and dedication...while other names are a mix between being corn balls and not really as rich as their name sounds. enjoy the read. Oh snap ...he'll be on MTV 2...thats dope. Thats what I want. I actually want a grammy, but hey...I think if you havea video in rotation you get invited at least.

Read Read Read! oh yeah...one love to adam bernard blogspot...if you are not the artist of the week there..well...you need to be!

Every artist wants it. Donnie Goines has it. The “it” in this case is buzz and I know Goines has it because I’d heard, or read, his name over two dozen times before I’d ever met the man. Whether it was emails, YouTube clips, or songs, everywhere I was turning there was something with Donny Goines’ name attached to it. A little over a month ago we finally bumped into each other at a show at The Knitting Factory. We spoke for a while about all things Hip-Hop and the hustle it takes to get on. The conversation was fantastic, which is why I decided to sit down with him again to let him share some of those words of wisdom with everyone. Along the way we also discussed his own career and how he’s worked his way to being such a talked about emcee.

Adam Bernard: Start everyone off with some basic background info. Who is Donny Goines, where is he from and what have some of his previous projects been?
Donny Goines: Well, Donny Goines is just like you. I'm an ordinary person that's trying to do extraordinary things. Many people know me from many of my previous projects such as The Excerpt Pg. 1, About the Author, and Off the Books, just to name a few, but I do many different things. I blog and do various things besides music. I just work hard to get where I'm going.

Adam Bernard: You have a lot going on; let's start with the musical aspect of things. What kind of an emcee is Donny Goines? What can people expect when he steps up to the mic and rhymes?
Donny Goines: I am a very truthful MC, if I could categorize it one way. I am very candid and wear my heart on my sleeve. I don't pull any punches and I really just speak on things that are true to me. When most people listen to my music the first thing they tell me is "I can relate," and that's exactly what I try to do, create music that reaches people just like myself. I don't party with millionaires, nor associate with the rich. I am at the bottom right now, where the majority lies, and that's what you can expect to hear from me, music from that perspective.

Adam Bernard: Your name has been everywhere I turn as of late. Talk to me about your hustle and how it's evolved over the years.
Donny Goines: My personal motto is "If you don't know my name I'm not working hard enough," and I live by those words. I make sure that my name is spoken or mentioned often and I don't slack at all when it comes to my hustle. The day of this interview for instance, I got up and filmed for a new blog I'm going to premier soon. Now I’m doing this interview with you. Next I'm going to film a final episode for another blog and then go perform at S.O.Bs. Not to mention my single will be debuting on MTV2 today, so that gives you an idea of how hard I work.

Adam Bernard: I don't know if you want to help the knuckleheads out, but in the event that you do, hit me with some of the most common mistakes you see artists making in regards to their hustle?
Donny Goines: False Sense of Entitlement. Simply put, many artists believe that if they make a song that you, the bloggers and writers, are supposed to post it. They may feel because they have a video out it should be on BET, or their single should be spinning on Hot97, but the truth is it doesn't work that way. You have to earn your spot and this game is not for the lazy types. At the end of the day artists who really want to make it will just shut up, work hard and reap the benefits. Others will have a nine to five soon.

Adam Bernard: You mentioned earlier you’re involved in the world of blogging. Talk to me about that.
Donny Goines: Yes, I love to write, hence the stage name. {laughs} I am an avid blogger. I have many published columns on various websites. It's just something that's second nature to me. The reason why I think I am a good artist is because music just flows through me. It's the same exact thing with words. I have always loved to read and write so I am well versed in the English language and this is a big reason why I blog so much. I just love to write.

Adam Bernard: Can everything you do be merged, and if so, how?
Donny Goines: Yes and no. I believe that all my endeavors can be under one umbrella, but it takes a very strong support system to do so. I have a management team, publicist, assistant, video director/photographer, etc. and these people help me to keep everything in its place. As time moves on I will start to blend my music with my charity efforts and other ventures that I will pursue. Certain things, though, I believe can not be integrated. Personal aspects of my life, which can't be shared with the public, won’t be merged with my movement. Furthermore, I believe that certain things need to be separate from music at times. Let's say if I wanted to start a clothing company, honestly, I probably wouldn't intertwine my music into it because I feel as if those are two entirely different things. Sometimes it’s good to separate.

Adam Bernard: What do you have on tap for us next?
Donny Goines: Minute After Midnight. My official debut album. It is being mixed and mastered as we speak and will drop in December. This project will serve as a great introduction of me to a larger audience and I think many people will enjoy it. It's Executive Produced by Dame Grease (DMX, Freeway, Jay Z, The Clipse, etc.) and features production from Statik Selektah, M Phazes, Apple Juice Kid, Dubb Z and DJ Snips. My girl Tess is also singing in a couple of hooks. Look out for that one.

Related Links

MySpace: myspace.com/donnygoines
Blog: donnygoines.blogspot.com

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

donny goy.....i mean donny goines!!!

Donny Goines - Can't Fit In My Shoes [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO] from Restless Films on Vimeo.

check out the homie..donny goines and his new video...I met him at CMJ backstage before he touched on it and told me I havea review in URB, which I did not know about!

thanks Danny!

i superbly approive of it..although I have not watched it...:)
this guy has agood name and is definitley "everyone is jewish" material

Monday, October 20, 2008

JEWS HAVE HORNS!-kosha dillz saves the day!

Yes its true...the Halloween festival is also known as dia de las brujas to some. As i was simply minding my own business today in K mart, shopping for a loose leaf paper to write my daily prayers on (yeah im holy), I was nearly attacked by a werewolf! Of course while I tried on a Thor hat..

this crazy person tried to attack me, thinking I was a Jew (because of the horns)

little did we know that werewolves are also Jewish. Deep down under this furry body guys is a sweet little Jewish girl who was lost.

(I'm sure you couldn't tell)<---sans the big nose of that wolf!

after the end of the ordeal we switched hats and went on our merry proud ways knowing what was who , and who was what...

besides this all...check out my CMJ schedule @ the KOSHA DILLZ myspace you can also find links to buy my album on i tunes!!
:) another job well done. (kosha save the day)
mazel tov and happy Halloween

cunninlynguists in va, oy vey!

so legend has it that if you take a Jew and put them in the south they become
yids mixed with hicks

don't be a yick!! Id like to say it was great to meet a Jew in Herndon VA. I cant really imagine what they were thinking in a situation like so.

anyways we "carpooled" to car pool. that club is where I met up with Kno and the gang. "thugged out since cubb scouts" and "some of you must be out yo' G-D Damned mind!" are my favorite things they did.

We had some words with each other and I must say that Kno....knows...a lot! about hip hop in general and the business side of things involved in putting out records.

Substantial was in the house as well. He WAS ON MTV...not 1...but 2!!
soon MTV JEW.

I had fun...so can you...expect me on the road with all these guys soon!!


kosha dillz

oh yeah...umm buy my record Here

and also...uhhhh...buy dirty acres and substantial has an LP out called SACRIFICE

Friday, October 17, 2008

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Murs for President..a HUSTLER-lyrics to Jewish stardom

[Intro] Everybody out here wanna be hustlers, man But they don't have any idea what I used to do I used to do anything imaginable A nigga li [Intro]
Everybody out here wanna be hustlers, man
But they don't have any idea what I used to do
I used to do anything imaginable
A nigga like me was scared to go to jail
So I'd have to use my brain and just think up the most outlandish shit
Shit niggas would never do, I used to get dirty
Now these mother fuckers out here just be out here queer hustling
Man they got it all backwards
I'm gonna show 'em how I used to do it

[Verse 1]
A lotta people wanna knock what we do on my block
But we do what we do cause we ain't got a lot
And you might get shot if your tongues not watched
Cause dudes walk around with hand cannons in they crotch
Fucking up the way they walk, stuck to the strip like scotch
With the top notch botch that can cook clean rocks
See times is too hard for us to ever go soft
So the doc got me on prescription strength Zoloft
So I can deal with the stress and I won't go off
But I'm on top, won't stop 'til the microphone drop
Rollin' four deep in the cut like, what?
Hit you up and then roll off, we tryin' to get this dough boss
We don't do diamonds cause my dudes ain't show offs
Tryin' to keep it low so we don't see no cops
Wanna blow up, but I don't wanna go pop
Gotta blow up cause I can't let this dough stop

H-U-S-T-L-E (Hustler!)
You'll never find a dime that ain't mine motherfucker
Roll not to be broke and have to stroll like a sucker
So pay me what you owe me, and don't play with me homie (x 2)

[Verse 2]
I used to sell incense bottle 10 cents a dozen
Hit the strip and make 'em flip for a dollar a sack
Everyday before junior high, I bought a six pack
And sold 'em for a buck a piece down by the track
And I never sold crack, I did aluminum cans
Used to get laughed at by you and your mans
But I never let it get me, stay true to my plans
I used it all for the studio, now you understand
In the grocery store parking lot, like can I help you ma'am?
To the car with those bags, used to run that old drag
For a itty bitty tip, maybe a quarter or more
And when I wasn't doing that I was knocking at your door
Like, "May I speak to the head of the household?"
Then give you the speech on how buying this candy's keeping me out the
Cheap dirt hustles, no glorious tales, but it did keep my black ass from
going to jail
And I'm a. .

H-U-S-T-L-E (Hustler!)
You'll never find a dime that ain't mine motherfucker
Roll not to be broke and have to stroll like a sucker
So pay me what you owe me, and don't play with me homie (x 2)

[Verse 3]
I can make a dollar out a dime when I holler out a rhyme
From the school of hard knocks, so a scholar of the grind
Used to dub tapes myself, claim the quality was fine
But it sounded like shit, hella hits, lots of static
But for three plus two, them shits moved like magic
That's five well spent for true hip-hop addicts
And once they're friends heard it, then they all had to have it
So I took it on the road with little to no baggage
Just some drawers and cassettes, droppin' jaws with my sets
Once they saw the live show they had to take a piece home
Now I'm almost famous, used to be least known
But not to big to walk the streets alone
Stand in front of any venue with a box of cd's
And these kids love me, I stay DTE
Down To Earth, and down to merch at any given moment
If there's money on the block, then where am I, Cause I'm a. .

H-U-S-T-L-E (Hustler!)
You'll never find a dime that ain't mine motherfucker
Roll not to be broke and have to stroll like a sucker
So pay me what you owe me, and don't play with me homie (x 2) (more) (less)

Thursday, October 2, 2008

everyoneis jewish-even the black kids!

hey yall
kosha Dillz here. First thing frist Everyone is Jewish
Now...white kids..brown kids..purple kids..even black kids ...are jewish...speaking of the The black kids..

here is some great music by them!! my favorite band.


they are also charting on the CMJ


look at their tour schedule...damn!!

Upcoming Shows

Oct 2 2008 8:00P
Paradise Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 4 2008 8:00P
Cabaret Musee Juste Pour Rire Montreal, Quebec
Oct 5 2008 8:00P
The Mod Club Toronto, Ontario
Oct 6 2008 8:00P
Abbey Pub Chicago, Illinois
Oct 7 2008 8:00P
7th Street Entry Minneapolis, Minnesota
Oct 10 2008 8:00P
Neumo’s Seattle, Washington
Oct 11 2008 8:00P
Richards on Richards Vancouver, British Columbia
Oct 12 2008 8:00P
Hawthorne Theater Portland, Oregon
Oct 13 2008 8:00P
Great American Music Hall San Francisco, California
Oct 15 2008 8:00P
The Mayan Los Angeles, California
Oct 16 2008 8:00P
Belly Up Tavern San Diego, California
Oct 21 2008 8:00P
The Academy Dublin, Ireland
Oct 22 2008 8:00P
Carling Academy Birmingham, England
Oct 23 2008 8:00P
Carling Academy Oxford, England
Oct 25 2008 8:00P
The Warehouse Project Manchester, England
Oct 26 2008 8:00P
ABC Glasgow, Scotland
Oct 27 2008 8:00P
Metropolitan University Leeds, England
Oct 28 2008 8:00P
The Junction Cambridge, England
Oct 30 2008 8:00P
London Astoria [SOLD OUT] London, England
Oct 31 2008 8:00P
Trent University Nottingham, England
Nov 1 2008 8:00P
Nation Liverpool, England
Nov 2 2008 8:00P
The Pyramids Centre Portsmouth, England
Nov 4 2008 8:00P
Lido Berlin, Germany
Nov 5 2008 8:00P
Small Vega Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 7 2008 8:00P
Knust Hamburg, Germany
Nov 8 2008 8:00P
59:1 Munich, Germany
Nov 9 2008 8:00P
Werkstatt Cologne, Germany
Nov 11 2008 8:00P
AB Club Brussels, Belgium
Nov 12 2008 8:00P
Melkweg Amsterdam, North Holland
Nov 13 2008 8:00P
Aeronef Lille, France
Nov 14 2008 8:00P
La Cigale Paris, France
Nov 15 2008 8:00P
Olympic Nantes, France
Nov 17 2008 8:00P
Le Bikini Toulouse, France
Dec 16 2008 6:00P
Shangri-La Osaka, Japan
Dec 18 2008 6:00P
Club Quattro Tokyo, Japan

The movement behind everyone is jewish is to embrace the inner cheapness, the inner cuteness, the inner smile, the inner rockstar starvation...
umm i have yet to figure out tall the inners to this...
the inner sorority..the inner frat boy...
i hope you guys all continue to read u on the coolness. EIJ is a place where we all can have friend...today...!