Not everyone can survive the heat.
For the first visual release off his new album Still Motion, Natti goes with "Architecture" featuring Sha Stimuli and fellow QN5'r Substantial. Click play and check as the trio reluctantly admire the drug game, music industry and the education board. Three systems that are known to prey on it's participants and are designed for people
After going for dolo on "Bright Lights Big City" Natti enlists fellow QN5'r Substantial and the big homie Sha Stimuli for the second single off his upcoming solo debut, Still Motion (Sept. 24). Take a listen below and pre-order the LP here.
While the CunninLynguists put the final touches on their Strange Journey Vol. 3 project, Natti is readying his debut solo album Still Motion for a September 24th release. And now that pre-orders are available, the Kentucky-bred bully drops off the Deacon the Villain-produced "Bright Lights, Big City." Listen below. PREVIOUS: Sadistik – Kill The King
On September 24th, the CunninLynguists member will be releasing his debut solo album Still Motion. With Kno and Deacon the Villain handling the production, Freddie Gibbs, Sta Stimuli and a few others are set to appear. Check out the ill artwork above (courtesy of GodTail) and check out the titles below.
While at the Hartsfield-Jackson airport in Atlanta, Kno and Natti reveil that CunninLynguists will be starting work on the third installment of their Strange Journey series. Switching things up, the group will be giving fans the opportunity to A&R the project. That's right, in the next few weeks be sure to stay tuned to their Facebook page (and
Directed by Deacon the Villain & Steven Mossberg. After tornados ravaged through the state of Kentucky (and other South/Midwest areas of the US) earlier this month, Rob Jackson and Da'Mon "Jup" Norris gathered Deacon the Villan and Natti (of CunninLynguists) and Courtney Campbell for a song of hope and inspiration. The song -- which was
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3kRdjBL3Zg] Deacon, Natti and that bastard Kno drop some road stories that didn't make the album and let you in on what to expect from the group in 2010. QN5 bitches! If you haven't already, do yourself a favor and purchase both of CL's albums from 2009. Strange Journey Volume One and Volume Two.
On the greatest day of the year (November 3rd), CunninLynguists will be unleashing volume two of their Strange Journey. Featuring the likes of Tonedeff, Substantial, Freddie Gibbs, Sean Price, Evidence, E-40, etc. Over the amazing production abilities of the criminally slept on KNO, J-Zone and Blue Sky Black Death. Hit the jump for the tracklist
Ever since I saw this post on QN5 I've been amped. Huge fan of CL here. So naturally when Tunji hit me with an email with the song attached I immediantly kicked myself in the face because I couldn't listen (my fucking laptop won't allow me to install my audio drivers). I finally got onto
I'll start this post off with ... this is dope! My man KNO (of Cunninlynguists) reworked Cold Play's hit single as Natti tells a cautionary tale about the decline of the one-trick-pony rapper. Shouts to Tunji for the linkage. DOWNLOAD: Natti - Ruled the World (Viva La Vida Remix) (prod. KNO) DOWNLOAD: Natti - Ruled