I'm pretty sure you're all aware of how I personally feel about the guy, but since my Vegas-bound partner in rhyme served the masses the other day, I figure I can put my bigoted, ignorant, racist and homophobic rants bias to the left for the fans with this update on the fan favorite from last
Monthly Archives: March 2008
Honestly, I really am your favorite blogger. Ain't I? Haha... the king of the remix is back with a new mixtape for ya'll suckas. Busta remixes a few chart toppers, drops a few exclusives and more. Worth the download if your a fan. Shouts to Superstar Jay! See ya'll next post. Tracklist + Download link
The weekend warrior, Shake Hova! While one ROC memeber is back in jail, Memphis Bleek is back with some more heat for the streets internets. Hosted by none other than Pain In Da Ass. Apparently he's reloaded (again). The tape has some dope joints on it though. I've been a fan of Bleek so it's
It's gonna be great seeing all the stans come and flood the comment section based off the title alone. We'll see though. The homie Grafh just added to the list (imo) of people who slaughtered Wayne's Gossip beat. Of course I included my favorites from the past (and Wayne original to be fair). Thanks X!
I swear, I should get a blogging medal or something haha. This is what the internets been waiting for right? The finale of the Drought is Over series is here. I'm not up to par with Weezy's catelog so all these songs could be years old. Whatever though, I know the stans have been fiendin'
What? You didn't think Crook would just drop one more did you? Haha, here is 51 1/2 for ya'll suckas. And trust me when I say, 52 is gonna be something very special. VERY special. Should be dropping soon so just refresh the page until it pops up (even if it's in two days hahaha).
It's that time of the week again my friends. Mickey Factz drops another gem on us. This time with the help of GFCNY's Nakim. As Mickey finishes up his collab weeks the duo brands the GFC car. Also, check after the jump for some wild footage of Mickey on stage with The Cool Kids for
One of my favorite T-Dot artists drops a single with a guy who looks like he bathes in Penzoil T-Pain Sr. Akon for his Konvict debut Not 4 Sale.
Never mind the bullshit and dispell the myths, Legend and DJ Blazita drop a pretty solid tape. With joints from U-N-I, Outkast, The Roots, AZ, The Game, Talib, Blu, Wale, Stimuli, Skyzoo, Naledge, Donny Goines, ESSO, EMC and much much more. Nothing much to say ... this is hip hop. Tracklist + Download link after
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vijaRKqPHuk] Some dope exclusive footage of KRS' show in T-Dot in which he had the Abbott hop on stage with him. This is hip hop. Courtesy of your favorite website, HipHopDX!
[dailymotion id=x4vqbt&v3] So I'm just about to head over to Subway and get myself a sandwich when I see a new bulletin from my dudes U-N-I. They posted a blog video up on MySpace where they talk about their Vegas trip (which I somehow TOTALLY missed), performing with a live band, etc. I can't post
Now that Birthday Girl has been knocked off the US version of Rising Down (it's now a iTunes Bonus Track), The Roots need a new single. How about this incredibly dope cut featuring Wale (what up Amanda?) and the ever-so-talented Chrisette Michele? Yes please. Fans of Birthday Girl can still be hyped, as The Roots
See, I don't always have to edit the image to make it extra-homogenized. Anyways, here is the full/NoDJ version of Wayne's street single off the Carter 3. Funny... Cory Gunz has been taking off. Is it because he debo'd the SHIT out of it and you didn't wanna get murdered on your own shit? Whatever