Well this didn’t work out like planned huh? Dah well, I blame being caught up in great times this weekend (which I’ll be making a post about once I get back from Subway). Until then hit the jump and enjoy lots of music. Side A | Side B | Side C just incase you missed them. Side D contains a few more A Millie freestyles (Curren$y, JD Era, SeDrew Price) *sigh. Kid CuDi speaks on the lovely London Girls (what up Semtex!), Charles Hamilton drops yet another track, Jim Jones is on that good shit (not in my opinion), Evidence (Dilated Peoples) jumps on a few guest spots, Big Pooh is just a regular nigga, Young Buck is flossin with his crew, Young Chris can’t let you. Hmm what else? Cassidy & Gillie Da Kid get on the same track. Musiq wants his radio turned up. Dem Franchize Boyz have a new song haha. Illmind produces a banger for Above Ave. Again, Styles P gutter’ness and more. Every tapedeck! Hit the jump…
- KiD CuDi – London Girls
Mr. CuDi explains his love for the London Girls. I’m with ya KiD, I’m with ya. Shouts to DJ Semtex for getting the record to my inbox.
- Curren$y & JD Era – A Millie Freestyle
I said I wouldn’t highlight any more A Millie freestyles until I come across a Kanye, etc version. I still stand by that, but I figured there are enough Curren$y fans out there to warrant atleast a post in the Tapedeck. Oh yea, this is a world premier. Ha @ me putting it out there before AHH (which is what it was done for). Get em!
- SeDrew Price – A Millie Freestyle
Speaking of this damn beat, my dude SeDrew Price (Vegas what!?) jumped on as well. Despite my warnings. Dude goes in atleast.
- Jim Jones – Good Shit
The clean version of this dropped quite awhile ago and I was waiting on the explicit. Then when I got it, I forgot to post haha. For the goons out there.
- Musiq – Radio
Musiq Soulchild makes his return with this joint. I’ve given it a few listens after I swooped it from Splash’s spot and I’m undecided on what I think so far. You?
- Spree Wilson – Word! (prod. No ID)
I meant to post this when both my people Andrew & SmallEyez dropped me a link. Hailing from ATL, Spree is creating a buzz off Pharcyde like style. According to ‘drew the beat was originally made for Lupe but NoID dropped it to Spree instead. Interesting.
- Big Twins – To the Top f. Evidence & Alchemist
Ev, Alc and Twins take it to the top. I’m in need of another Evidence solo album (or a Dilated joint). Either or would be great right now.
- Tassho Pearce – Return to the Basics f. Evidence (Scatches by DJ Babu)
Up next is another Ev guest spot. This time for Hawaii’s Tassho Pearce. They both get down over Ev’s production with DJ Babu handling the cut. This is what I needed. Some throwback Dilated shit! Shouts to KNOWxONE for the linkage.
- K-Hill – No Regrets pt.1 f. L.E.G.A.C.Y. & Lunatic Messiah
It’s been awhile since I heard some shit from Hall of Justus fam L.E.G.A.C.Y. so this is refreshing to say the least. Off The Return Of Monroe Hutchins which is available this month.
- Jon Hope – The Rush
Pretty hot track from Jon Hope, over some (what I think to be) some Statik Selektah production.
- Meek Mills – In My Bag (rmx) f. Gillie Da Kid & Cassidy
I know the meaning of this song is pretty big as Meek Mills got both Cassidy & Gillie on the same track but it means nothing to me when the song is garbagio. I’m posting just because. And hey, maybe some dopeboyz and dopegirlz will enjoy it. I can’t recall who sent this to me. Maybe it was Sermon?
- Foul Mouth Jerk – Day One f. Grandmaster Caz & Topr
FMJ grabs a legend for a new cut off his latest project. Exciting shit.
- Mistah FAB – Umm Hmm (prod. Traxamillion)
It saddens me that people take a royal shit on FAB when dude is actually bonkers off the top and can spit some extremely hot shit. Unfortunately we get a lot of this that hits the masses more.
- Young Buck – Flossin f. Allstar & Cowboy
So Young Buck says Fuck G-Unit? Not surprising. Here’s a recent cut from the Cashville emcee.
- Militia – Danger Gang
Cory Gunz & Young Hash get together as their newly rehashed group to unleash danger. Sorry, couldn’t think of any clever wording here. I’m hungry (aka I added this towards the end of the post).
- Nana Kwabena – Freedom f. Dot, Legion & Kristan Sock
DJ R to Da IZZA, a DJ/Producer from Philly shot me this cut he produced which features the same sample that was used in Wayne’s Dr. Carter.
- Charles Hamilton – Fine
This dude just dropped two mixtapes (granted both had a few tracks overlap, but still) and he’s on some more shit. I’m really feeling this track.
- Umar Bin Hassan – Free f. Styles P
Starting the Styles P posting off, we got this dope track from Umar Bin Hassan (of the Last Poets). Remember Common’s The Corner? Yea that was this dude who went off.
- Styles P, Snyplife, St. Laz & Hostile – Kiss the Corpse (prod. Ronnie C)
I was gonna hold off on posting this until I drop an upcoming (2)Dope post with St. Laz but fuck it. This track is too hard to ignore for now.
- Styles P – Goin Thru It
Big Mike & DJ Thoro always tends to have some exclusive shit from The Ghost. And with their new mixtape, it’s no different. Shouts to Splash for the hook up.
- Styles P – Bitch Nigga Run
I’m lazy, see above.
- Dem Franchize Boyz – Turn Heads f. Lloyd
DFB attempt to turn heads with their new hit. Grabbing The Inc’s rat for a guest spot.
- Prawphit – Instant Classic f. Copywrite
It’s good to see Copy still banging out hard hitting rhymes. This time hopping on as a guest for Prawphit’s latest.
- Bosko – In This Club f. Bloodraw
Bosko and CTE’s Bloodraw assassinate Usher’s hit single. Ouch, this was a tast to make it through (the first 45 seconds). Everyone aside from T-Pain and Kanye need to step the fuuuuuuuck away from the vocoder shit. Wow.
- Bash Bros. – Open 40 Bottle f. Pumpkinhead
Cali’s Bash Bros drop another track featuring the dope dope Pumpkinhead. I really dig dude’s voice, flow. Yep.
- Ab-Soul – A Regular Nigga f. Big Pooh
Little Brother’s Big Pooh joins Ab-Soul in an ode to the regular dude. I fuck with it. Shake is an average cup.
- A.Pinks – Jumpstreet Family
NY’s A.Pinks continues his grind with this new one.
- Above Ave. – Root of All Evil (prod. Illmind)
Illmind produces something of a slick canvas for Above Ave. Wake up!
- Young Chris – Can’t Let You
It seems like I always end these Tapedeck’s with a Young Chris joint. Just proves how hard dude is working. Young gunna!
*And I still got tracks to upload! Sheeeeeit.