Since there was a bit of confusion with Mack Maine taking F.A.B off his own shit and releasing it with a different title, I figured I'd bring back the original. I Found My Backpack 2: The Lost Notebook is available now via iTunes! DOWNLOAD: Mistah F.A.B - In My City f. Royce Da 5'9" &
Monthly Archives: January 2012
If I were to walk past Twist on any street, my last thought would be that he raps (no shots). But, assumptions are for assholes right? And while I can definitely be one at times, I always let the music speak for itself. I've seen the name in my inbox a few times and never
For some reason, I always cringe when I hear someone say "leh go". And with that said, it's said a few thousand times on Noreaga's latest single. Awesome. DOWNLOAD: N.O.R.E. - Lehhhgooo f. Busta Rhymes, Game & Fozzie Bear [Tags] | Clean
Nearly three months after the song dropped, Bow Wow hits us with the official video.
What's this? A Mack Maine joint I actually fuck with? Even his verse!? Ahh man, 2012 is real. UPDATE: Well damn, thanks to the dopeboyz in the c-section for pointing out that this is originally Mistah F.A.B's joint. I knew I heard it before. UPDATE 2: I guess Fab is "cool with it", so I'll
February 19th can't come quick enough.
Speaking of The Come Up Show, here goes the visual proof of Snoop's latest freestyle.
With Cosmic Kev providing the backdrop, Common kicks some bars over Hov's Streets is Watching and Frenchie's Shot Caller. Spotted at Sermons. DOWNLOAD: Common - Streets Is Watching Freestyle DOWNLOAD: Common - Shot Caller Freestyle
DC takes it back to the Golden Era on the first leak off his upcoming album, Heart Of A King. Basically this song is ode to the "golden era" of hip hop when an artist's concentration was on dope lyrics & great music. When your "cool" was defined by who you are and not changing
The Chicago-based production duo of Simple X and Midas Wells make their introduction to the dopehouse with a brand new instrumental EP. Tracklist, stream and download link can be found after the jump. Simple X and Midas Wells were both born and raised in the city of wind. Chris grew up in the suburbs while