It's crazy how a simple mention of there being "no mixtape coming soon" on a song can create buzz about a (then) non-existent project called No Mixtape. Rather than denounce the talk, the Underground King embraced it and continued to put out track after track. Gracing this very site numerous times over the course of
Monthly Archives: January 2010
A bit lot later than I intended, but I still made the West Coast cut off haha. Anyways, new/unreleased music from Lady Gaga (pictured above), Sade, Joe, Akon, Keri Hilson, Black Eyed Peas, Jason Derulo, Kelis, Lyfe Jennings, Lloyd, Robin Thicke and more. DOWNLOAD: Sade - Bring Me Home (rmx) f. DJ Slimm DOWNLOAD: Joe
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYRuhZA5-R0&feature=player_embedded] Two of the Midwest's finest perform this ridiculously dope cut at the Leaders of the New Cool show last week. I'm still waiting on Shake to provide his own Mr. Wilson Wendall-style footage from the whole thing. Ha. Anyways, I've been waiting like gangbusters for this cut to drop, and Andrew says the CDQ
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2cRx_9MIw8&feature=player_embedded] It's no Vanessa Carlton sample, I'll tell you that. PREVIOUS: Freekey Zekey – Live It Luv It
Buff1 and DJ Rhettmatic perform their single at the Mezzanine in San Francisco. Shouts to AlwaysHustle.
I figured this performance could get it's own post. Travis Barker provides the backdrop as Wayne and Em Drop the World. Drake then joins then as they perform Forever (minus Kanye, since he's "recording his album"). Gotta love all the censoring though, smh... CBS does not care about rap people © Miss Info. Check the
I already posted the artwork but now we've got the tracklist to go along with it. Hit the jump to see what's in store for B.o.B's upcoming mixtape May 25 (dropping tomorrow). A date that the world will be introduced to his debut album.
We posted the Winners before the show even started. And here is a post that will contain all the performances, etc. Up top Beyonce performs If I Were A Boy; and after the jump we'll be updating as they become available on the world wide web.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sQFsn6Y6KU&feature=player_embedded] A couple (2)dope favorites team up for the visuals to a song that dropped previously on BK Cyph's last project. PREVIOUS: BK Cyph – Rhymes Are Easy, Life Is Hard (Mixtape)
RAoF: Gaga At the Grammy's Edition [via WireImage] The festivities haven't even began and the Rap categories have already been decided. Blame ODB © nation. Hit the jump for the winners (atleast in the categories I cared about).
On of my favorite albums of last year - Che Grand's Everything's Good Ugly - is now on sale at Che's BandCamp page for $5... or best offer. It doesn't get any doper than that. And what's even better? Hit the cut... PREVIOUS: Che Grand – Everything’s Good Ugly (Snippets)
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sdze6sG0Jvw] Cory sits down with some random radio station in some random part of the country to talk about some random shit. See what I did there when you don't get a description of your content? PREVIOUS: Freddie Foxxx – 81 Bars Of Murder (prod. the Alchemist) [Radio Rip]
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbNh0ds2oWA&feature=player_embedded] Brad and Sean attend a Grammy Songwriter Forum that includes Common, Nas, Colbie Callait, Zac Brown and more. Out of nowhere...Common decides to bring genres together and performs an impromptu performance with Colbie Callait and Zac Brown. PREVIOUS: Common – Next Time [Unreleased]