I posted this a few days ago but the link went down thanks to BET hatin. Anyway another video has been uploaded and you all need to watch it right now. Some time last week Kanye and Young Jeezy performed “Amazing” and “Put On” on 106 & Park, and they rocked the house. These songs KILL with a live band.
Yet another track drops off Common’s Universal Mind Control – this time he is joined by Chester French a pop duo from Harvard who were recently signed by Pharrell.
From all these tracks I’m really feelin this new Common album maybe one of the better albums this year.
Bun B rallies the troops and remixes T-Pain’s Chopped and Skrewed. All these dudes are from Houston – the true birthplace of the Chopped and Skecrewed style of hip hop.
It’s Redman just listen.
Officer Rick Ross talks about girls on his remix of Kanye’s “Heartless.” Can I get some one that can actually rap make a remix of this track? Instrumentals are insane.
A track that didn’t make the cut for T-Pain’s new album Thr33 Ringz – features Polow Da Don – a producer most notabley created the beat for Rich Boy’s “Throw Some Ds.”
Well it’s definitely an interesting line up. I always cringe when I see Diddy rapping.
Lonnie drops another off his new album Universal Mind Control – this time Gnarls Barkley and Goodie Mob member Cee-Lo jumps on the track.
Maybe my favorite of the bunch – Jada and Wayne both sit on this dark and eerie beat.
1. The Reincarnation
2. I’m A Monster
3. Red Magic feat. The Game
5. Best Thing Yet
6. First Place Winner feat. Swizz Beatz
8. Louisianimal feat. Lil Boosie
9. Down Here feat. Rick Ross
10. My Office
11. I Feel Me (Produced By Mental Instruments)
12. Put Me In The Game
13. Different Girl feat. Nu Jerzey Devil
15. Forever feat. Chris Brown
16. See It For Myself
17. Tell Everybody That You Know feat. Kanye West
18. Whatever You Like feat. Jae Millz & Young Gutta
20. Dick Pleaser feat. Jae Millz
21. Street Life
22. Drought Is Never Over
Just get it.
A little bit of Clipse to start off the day. This is off the Road Till The Casket Drops mixtape , which drops December 1/2nd? Tracklist below.
2. The Haters Wish
3. Big Dreams
4. Lauren London Interlude
5. So Fly (Now We’ve Had Her)
7. Pop Champagne
8. Numb It Down
10. Swing Ya Rag
11. Lil Willie Interlude
12. Fed Taking Pictures
I dropped the clean the other day.
Jay-Z drops by The Angie Martinez show on BET. HOVA.
Kanye does “Lock Lockdown” on Letterman – Kanye I’m lovin the new album but this song SUCKS live.
Damn seriously – straight heat is dropping tonight. One last one before I hit the sack. Lupe kills it – Waynes verse isn’t his best. FNF.
Damn this beat is RIDICULOUS. Straight fire and damn Common kills it – he sounds hood for once. Anyway good track for me to jam right before my Sociology final tomorrow. The album drops December 8th. Ya say Chi City.
Nice sample also…
Damn Pharrell had me fooled – I thought it was a sample.
Two of Chicago’s very own get crazy for a new track off Common’s up coming album Universal Mind Control. This will be a nice track to bump as I head outta Chi-town tomorrow night for some turkey and stuffin back in the 612.
Common and Kanye both hop on auto-tune. jus playin.
Nice interview with BET’s Angie Martinez – also yup thats one of the first pieces of clothing we have seen from Kanye’s Pastelle clothing line – he rocked the jacket at the American Music Awards last night.
Also Kanye talks beards with his touring DJ A-Trak who helped Kanye put together 808s & Hearbreak. Kanye is right A-Traks DVD was boring as hell.
Harlem’s Cash has cultivated a sound all of his own – influenced by the likes of Santogold, Coldplay, Jimi Hendrix, Kanye West, Young Jeezy and others. Combining the masterful production of The Government, with their version of a clever mash-up medley featuring a classic Jimi Hendrix beat combined with popular dance song, 2Live Crew’s “Do The Brown”.
Harlem’s Cash makes a quick stop on his way to HARLEMwood CASHifornia (album due out Spring 2009), with his first leak off his upcoming mixtape titled “On My Way to HARLEMwood…” Harlem’s Cash provides a figurative musical journey to HARLEMwood, to a place where the grimy New York backdrop (Harlem) meets the posh Beverly Hills setting (Hollywood). The tape due to drop December 2nd, will feature an array of eclectic sounds and lyrical deftness.
Sorta like if Girl Talk made simple mash up beats – Harlem’s Cash spits some nice verses over some Jimi Hendrix blended with 2Live Crew and a little Lil Wayne.
Check it out – I’m gonna keep an eye on this dude – sounds promising.
Video for Busta Rhymes “I Got Bass” – song is produced by Bangladesh – the same guy who did Lil Wayne’s “A Milli.”
Choppped & Skrewed off T-Pains Thr33 Ringz featuring Ludacris
One More Drink off Luda’s Theater of The Mind – in stores today.
Luda is killin it – and god do I love hip hop with a live band.
Left over from The Recession – I can see why this didn’t make the album. Not exactly a strong track but I gotta post it – its Jeezy and Pharrell.
Intitially it was supposed to be on L.A.X. but now its going to drop on Wayne’s new mixtape The Drought Is Over 6 – which is dropping any day now I guess. I think this thing will be better than Dedication 3.
Muja Messiah’s “The Madness” from Adventures of a B-Boy D-Boy which is out now. Muja is an up and coming MC from Minneapolis. Lovin this dudes stuff, he gets dope beats.
Good day for Minnesota hip hop fans for sure.
This song is way better live than Love Lockdown. Ye is holdin it down – next week is a big week. 808s & Heartbreak comes out tomorrow – a milli sold?
..and hell yeah to rockin some Pastelle.
Added his acceptance speech – preach it Kanye.
Kevin Rudolf makes a fool of himself and performs on Jimmy Kimmel. I didn’t even know what he looked like. No wonder this guy is a studio musician – he sucks at performing. Dude can’t even sing – shock of the century….
This sing song is nothing with out Wayne.
So proud to say I was at this. Little mini-documentary about the Chicago Girl Talk tour stop – the largest crowd he had ever played as the headliner. Pure chaos.
You can pre-order the DVD right here. I’ll be at the Blowout concert in Minneapolis on December 6th most likely – you should go to. Get tickets at First Avenue or Fifth Element.
This dudes production is ridiculous…not sure if he did this one or someone else – I sorta just stumbled upon the link – no background info about it other than his new album drops January 09.
Kanye West – Lock Lockdown (T-Minus 321 Remix) (Right Click + Save As)
One of the better remixes I’ve heard for this track – just found out about it in that Kanye interview a few posts below. Says its the best one he has heard.
Just Blaze comes outta no where with a Beastie Boys sample for Jamie Foxx and Lil Wayne. Damn Robot voices are really in style. Wayne verse is kinda whack. Jamie Foxx really pisses me off though. Never been a fan. Beat is crazy though.
Clean but CD Quality. Not typical Joe Budden…pretty poppy – Game is dope. This pic must be old as hell though – Game rocking G-Unit?