In the 4th and 5th episodes of Talking Fly w/ Shaheem Reid, Spitta speaks about his new album (above), the possibility of working with Lil Wayne again and upcoming collaborations with Wiz Khalifa.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Apparently off Jim Jones' next album. DOWNLOAD: Jim Jones - Perfect Day f. Juelz Santana & Chink Santana | Mediafire
Art by Alex Haldi. After a couple of weeks of leaks, Brooklyn-spitta Kris finally lets loose his first musical effort, aptly titled The Long Way Home. The entire project is produced by Ibe who has had his hand behind the boards of such greats as Faith Evans, Smoke DZA, Mickey Factz and Keyshia Cole. The
Off Yonas' yet-to-be-titled album, dropping February 14th. DOWNLOAD: Yonas - I Could (prod. Sean Divine) | Mediafire
After the Waken Baken Tour stopped through New York, Wiz sat down with Angela Yee on Shade45's The Morning After show. In part one (above) he speaks on his fanbase, his hometown, his early days at Warner and crossing over. In part two (after the jump) he goes on to speak about working with Snoop,
This song is a live recording of B. Dolan performing his song 50 Ways to Bleed Your Customer (available on Fallen House, Sunken City) over M.I.A.’s Paper Planes instrumental during a show at London’s Scala (September 16, 2010). This performance was recorded by Dan le sac and is being offered as a free download for
Click image for single cover Originally crafted for Prince William's bachelor party; Wet will also act as the next single from Snoop's upcoming album, Doggumentary Music, dropping in March of next year. DOWNLOAD: Snoop Dogg - Wet (prod. The Cataracs) | Mediafire
I. Cannot. Wait. For. This. I share the same sentiments with eskay. *salutes to Michael Rappaport! Let's hope Big L's documentary gets a release date soon too.
Click for NSFW version. Latest installment of Tufli Tuesdays. DOWNLOAD: Show Tufli - Deep (prod. VsStylez) | Mediafire
DOWNLOAD: lllecism - Disregard All Turbulence f. Yae (prod. Trade Voorhees) | MF
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