- Jay Electronica
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Pete Rock - Just A Word Or Two
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Read It Online! / Download It!
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
1. B.O.2 (INTRO)
2. I’M DOPE NI**A
3. A-YO – feat. Saukrates
4. DANGERUS MCEES
5. ERRBODY SCREAM – feat. Keith Murray
6. HEY ZULU
7. CITY LIGHTS – feat. Bun B
8. FATHER’S DAY
9. MRS. INTERNATIONAL (SKIT)
10. MRS. INTERNATIONAL – feat. Erick Sermon
11. HOW BOUT DAT – feat. Ready Roc & Streetlife
12. DIS IZ 4 ALL MY SMOKERS
13. LOCK DOWN (SKIT) – feat. DJ Kayslay
14. FOUR MINUTES TO LOCK DOWN – feat. Raekwon & Ghostface killah
15. NEVA HERD DIS B 4
16. I KNOW SUMPTN – feat. Poo Bear
17. A LIL BIT – feat. Melanie Rutherford
And they have also released a track for your listening pleasure:
Method Man & Red Man - 4 Minutes To Lockdown ft. Raekwon & Ghostface Killah
I'm really excited for this album.
TreaZon - Gravity Room
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Keep rockin fresh,
Sunday, April 19, 2009
I can't wait for this!
Saturday, April 18, 2009
J. Dilla - Reality Check Ft. Black Thought
Friday, April 17, 2009
Are you poor/broke?
Do you love DOOM?
Well all my fellow villains out there, I have great news. A few RappCats have posted up a little goodie for you guys. Designed by RBST. You can get the Madvillain design, along with the Stones Throw one. Both come with the Black Sambo head, naturally.
You can get both download links here
Apparently Lord Quas has one coming soon! I'll definitely let you guys know when.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Lupe is the greatest lyricist right now. I agree. Plus Weezy bashing! Yess!
2. Double Dribble
4. Down in it
8. Theme From Spacewalk
11. The Kraken
12. Charles River
13. Wonder ft. Rashaan Ahmad
Wow. I'm so very glad I stumbled across this when logging on today. Courtesy of MS, this album is simply amazing. I grew up on jazz, so I'm naturally in love with this album. The band consists of everyone from Crown City Rockers (Headnodic, Kat O1O, and Max MacVeety), minus Raashan Ahmad and Woodstock. It's an instrumental album, except for for one track (Wonder) that features Raashan, which he kills. Perfect for late night vibing, and jamming none the less. Check it out.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Tonedef - The Distance
Chali 2na ft. Talib Kweli - Lock Shit Down
Monday, April 13, 2009
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Here's the new Japanese Cartoon music video for "Army"
Lupe's still sticking to the "I'm not Percival Fats" story...
n speaking with XXL Magazine the other day, The Roots revealed plans for their ninth studio album to be released this summer. The Legendary just don't stop! Black Thought tells XXL that the new album will be called How I Got Over, a celebratory album which will reflect the story of triumph that is The Roots. The title is a direct reference to the gospel song by Mahalia Jackson that shares the same name, and was the initial inspiration for the record. For more on The Roots, their newest move to late night TV, and their weekly jam session in NYC, read the full article here.Hip Hop and ya don't stop!
Aloe Blacc ladies and gentlemen.
Zion I - Geek To The Beat
Thursday, April 9, 2009
I should have been there...
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
K. Sparks - Sunshine
Just a little late...
1. XV - Vizzy In The House
2. Outasight - What They Say
3. J.Rocwell - Hustlaz Paradise
4. Esso - The Secret
5. Harlem’s Cash - For My Kids
6. Keelay & Zaire - Work f. Slo Mo & AV
7. Jon Hope - The Same
8. Shawn Chrystopher - Flyer Than
9. Nero - Spaceship
10. Granite State - Still Thuggin’ f. Evidence
11. BrokNEnglish - Can’t Win For Losing f. Internal Quest
12. P. Casso - Mr. Hollywood (rmx)] f. Senor Kaos
13. D. Julien - Proving Myself
14. Garcia Vega - Still Thuggin’
Just a little Mixtape Mike Waxx and a few other Bloggers threw together while Twitter was down the other day. The tape features a gang of new artists, including unrelased stuff from Nero, J. Rocwell, XV, Evidence, and D. Julien. Check out the tape, it's pretty ill.
The album features the signature instrumentation and musicianship of Marley with the hard hitting beats and lyrics of Nas. Throughout the course of their musical careers, the duo has taught each other and always admired each other’s style. Since first meeting in 1996 the two artists have shared a mutual respect and camaraderie that was most recently showcased on “Road to Zion,” a standout track from Damian’s critically acclaimed album, Welcome to Jamrock. After having such a positive experience working together, they have now joined forces again for Distant Relatives.
The album title refers not only to the bond of Nas and Damian, but the bond to their African ancestry, which inspired the album both musically and lyrically. “Africa is the backbone of the world and the foundation of everything and Africans are in a situation where they need help more than anywhere else,” notes Damian Marley. “We know there are dire situations here in America but when you look at America—with public libraries and free education—these are not opportunities most Africans have. It’s a completely different scale of trying to help people. As humans beings, we’re part of a human family.”
Nas agrees, “As an American, we have so much even in a so-called recession that a neighborhood like Queensbridge or Red Hook is Beverly Hills compared to the way people are living in Nigeria, Sierre Leone, and Ghana,” says the emcee. “So obviously if we making records with that theme, there’s gonna be things I want to build on. I think Africa has a lot to teach us.”
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
DON CANNON AND THE COOL KIDS - GONE FISHIN' from zachwolfe.com/live on Vimeo.
Can't express how excited I am for this!
Gone Fishin' - Coming soon.
J. Rocwell - Animal Freestyle
Monday, April 6, 2009
Blu - LoveLine(s),DedicatedToLastFe’vrier (Prod. by Exile)
Sunday, April 5, 2009
And as you can see I've also changed up the page a bit, new background as well as a new banner, both designed by Dustin d'Arnault...waddaya think? Drop me a comment.
KiD CuDi feat. Kanye West, Common, Lady Gaga - I Poke Her Face
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Featuring Asher Roth. Not much of a fan...but TCK make anything hot to me.
Friday, April 3, 2009
“this song is for all my stripper friends/followers this for those who like the strip club…i dont judge them..u shouldn’t either!” : “dis isnt no “hiphophead’ record..this is for people who watch strippers nd fall in love temporarily.and for the beautiful women who ant shy” - Wale
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Check Kid Cudi's plans for his Sky Might Fall record.
Add-2 releases the brand new introspective song "Starter Jacket" which features production from UK producer/DJ Jaguar Skills. The song is less of a fashion statement as it is more so a reflective gateway into the thoughts of the young Chicago emcee. A video for Starter Jacket is currrently in production and will be directed by hip hop documentary/film company Precise Minds. Add-2 is currently preparing new material for his upcoming project, promising more collaborations with Jaguar Skills, Slot-A, Ill Meel, Antman Wonder, Aaron and more.
Add-2 - "Starter Jacket" (Prod. by Jaguar Skills)
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
2. Searching For The Space Monkey
3. Eighty Cinco
4. Bunni Groove
5. Washington Square
6. I'Ve Got That Tune
7. You Suck Me
8. Indi Groove
9. Skank In The Air
12. Chinese Man
Some fire beats to make your day a little better. I'm really feelin these instrumentals. Dont underestimate the Chinese Man. His style is kinda like...if Sabzi and Dilla were child hood friends that went to church with 9th Wonder, who occasionally met up with DJ Qbert for chinese. Thank you MS.
Me And This Jawn
Part Of Me