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What up Preme! What chu know about shopping for gear at the downtown Seattle Army Navy store with Biz and Big Chan? Remember how funny that day was!!!!!! LOL
klezmer electro-thug beats said:
I believe I archived the "biz never sleeps" blogspot that agglomerated all these posts, the man is the definition of larger than life! get well soon!
I did that, it's still there.Just found out about Biz's stroke and coma today via instagram. I hope he will recover soon.Any new Biz stories ?
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I've always loved how Elton John was apparently horrified by his version of Bennie and The Jets, as if Bennie and The Jets were some kind of masterpiece
EJ thinks his own feces are masterpieces. He takes himself far too seriously.And to be fair, I think he's the first to admit it.
Great Biz stories. The Earth would be a much better place for more Bizzes.
Nothing crazy but here's mine,Back in 2007 Fab 5 Freddy and I were trading blows on Myspace regarding the VH1 Hip Hop Honors show, (you can check that story out here:https://adventures-of-darrell-d.blogspot.com/2015/11/darrell-d-vs-fab-5-freddy_23.html, Biz, one of the many people I shared the conversation with, messaged me on Myspace saying he wanted to talk to me and to leave my number so he could call. After leaving him my number he called an hour later and told me that he agreed with everything I said and that he was glad that somebody wasn't afraid to speak up. He said if he would have expressed himself in the same way, people would just label him the "angry rapper". After that topic Biz proceeded to ask me what types of collectibles I had. Being a dj and record collector he knew I had other items related to hip hop. At the time, I has one of the biggest and illest vintage toy and music memorabilia collections you could find and Biz wanted to hear about it all. When I got to the point of mentioning my rap toys and memorabilia, every time I mentioned something related to him he would say, "aw man, I would have sent you that for free". Lol. Now for the record, I am a huge Biz fan at first saw him live in 1987 on the Dope Jam Tour. I"ve actually seen him live at least 10 times over the years and have most every record he put out so I don't want this to sound disrespectful. Biz was a big time liar.(Lol!) Throughout our 3 hour conversation, I caught him in several lies regarding various toys, collectibles, and records. To this day I've only heard one other person call him out and that was in a rap magazine (from Europe I think). Regardless, he is one serious collector. He even asked me about what type of old audio/video rap footage I had in my collection. I've met Biz several times over the years and he was always a cool dude. When he unleashed his mini Technique turntables to the world in New York some years back, I was there and it was crazy! Him and his homie walked into the park and his homie was pulling this big case with wheels on one end of it. Nobody thought much of it, we all thought it was just his records, needles, headphones, etc. Then, BOOM! Like I said, crazy! The kids loved Biz and Biz loved the kids. I really miss that guy.