This is for the fronters & the naysayers.. Royce Da 5’9″, Fabolous, Lloyd Banks & Budden go bar-for-bar over a J. Cardim produced track that will be featured on Joe’s new project Mood Muzik 4: A Turn For 4 Worst dropping on October 26th.Read More
DJ Khaled is a people person, so whenever he’s involved with a song, best believe the guest list will be heavy. In the case of labelmate Tyga’s single “I’m On It,” the party travels from Los Angeles, to Oakland, to Miami and then to NY – Harlem and Brooklyn to be exact.Read More
Lloyd Banks’ mega posse cut “Start It Up” has been making its rounds as of late. Everyone who has written, tweeted or spoke about the song seemingly can’t stop singing its praises. Already dope enough as it is, the story gets even sweeter (or bitter depending how you look at it) once you realize Pusha T was also slated to be on the record as well. For whatever reasons, he didn’t make the final cut. In the age of Internet, however, nothing is ever lost.
I’m not sure how he got his hands on this, but DJ Kast One played the lost verse from Pusha live on Hot 97 last night. And in quick turn around time, here it is for those of you who do not live in the NY/NJ area. It’s a radio rip, but these things go in stages. Expect a CDQ version soon.
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Playing catch up a little, Chris dropped this Rico Love assisted cut over the weekend. Judging from the title alone, “Goldie” would be proud.Â The Re-Introduction coming soon.Read More
A lot of cats fell to the game, and we all could’ve been like ‘Dark Skin Jermaine’…
It’s great that many know Skillz for his always anticipated year end lyrical synopsis. They’re dope. But, contrary to popular belief, he also has great songs that have nothing to do with the aformentioned concept. My fellow VA native has a project dropping next week entitled The World Needs More Skillz and “Celebrate Life” is the first look.
It’s a feel-good track equipped with a laid back instrumental and a well catered flow from Skillz. Pretty much, it is a song you would put your glass in the air, toast and simply celebrate life too. The subject matter isn’t too heavy, so it doesn’t come off as if he’s preaching. Yet, listen close enough and you’ll hear that he is dropping quality bars through out. The piano solo towards the end was a great touch, too.
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My only fear of death, can you hear me, is coming back/Had enough of this bullshit world, so none of that
Yes, this is “new.” By that, I mean it’s never before heard. The fact that new music from Pac is still being put out in late 2010 is amazing. But when you think of how much the guy recorded, I wouldn’t be surprised if this continued on for years. Judging from the lyrics, this was created sometime during his Death Row days.Read More