- Remember That Intro
- Juelz Santana--Go Hard
- Juelz Santana feat. Skull Gang--Got Money
- Juelz Santana feat. Skull Gang--Make 'Em Say Yeahhh
- Juelz Santana & Jim Jones--Pop Bottles
- Max B--No, No, No
- Jadakiss--Reppin' Time
- The L.O.X.--It's Like That
- Styles P & Sheek Louch--Back & Forth
- Sheek Louch--I Like It
- Jadakiss--Buck 'Em Down
- Lil Wayne--Hammertime
- Lil Wayne--Don't Tell Me
- 50 Cent--Bitch Here I Am
- LL Cool J feat. 50 Cent--Heartbeat
- The Game--Ain't F*ckin With You
- The Game feat. Akon--Gangsta Party
- Whyteout Freestyle
- Remo Da Rapstar Freestyle
- Moxberg Freestyle
- T.I. feat. Kanye West, Jay-Z & Lil Wayne--Swagger Like Us
- T.I. feat. Usher--My Life, Your Entertainment
- Young Jeezy--Circulate
- Young Jeezy feat. Anthony Hamilton & Lil Boosie--Everything
- Fabolous--Let The Beat Build Freestyle
- Max B & French Montana--U Need Security
- Gunshots Are Back outro
Sunday, August 31, 2008
**50 does his thing**
Charles Hamilton--Stay On Your Level
**It's not "Bed", but still a pretty good song**
Trai'D feat. DJ Khaled, Hurricane Chris, Trina, Ace Hood & Bun B--Gutta Bitch (remix)
Trey Songz--Off Into The Sunset
Sean Kingston--Red Dress
**prod. by JR Rotem**
Juelz Santana--Go Hard Freestyle
**Over the Kanye & T-Pain beat**
Foxy Brown seems to be upset at at Jay-Z for not being there for her while she spent time in jail for a probation violation, even after she showed him so much loyalty when 50 Cent wanted to snatch her from Def Jam.
She tells XXL mag, “There are times when I just really needed him… and he just wasn’t there.”
Shortly after being release from jail Foxy had said, “I’ve been incarcerated for eight months, and Jay’s been everywhere, and he hasn’t mentioned one thing about, ‘Tell her I love her. Tell her to be strong.’ That broke my heart more than anything. When they sent me to jail, I just knew he would be there - everyone came. But he never showed up.”
Saturday, August 30, 2008
I wish nothing but the best for those about to be struck by Hurricane Gustav. It's eerie how a hurricane is about to strike the same communities that still have the destruction of Katrina fresh on their minds. I pray that this storm does not cause as much damage as its predecessor, but the reports I am reading about the storm are not positive. The last reports states the storm has increased to a category 4 storm with winds over 150 miles per hour.
There are about 6 or 7 classmates of mine that I graduted from college with (who are in New Orleans) and several people I am close to in the Houston area. I pray that they make it through this ordeal with no injuries and their places of living in tact. I also pray that the government is taking the necessary precautions and that the same delayed response does not happen as it did exactly three years ago.
If you have any family/friends/associates in that part of the country, send a prayer up for them and call them to assure that they are in a safe place.
**Off Year of the Gentleman**
Jadakiss--You Ain't Know
**I need a Jada album ASAP**
Keri Hilson feat. Timbaland--Return The Favor
**Her album is going to be nice**
Yung Berg feat. Cap-1 & Hunnit Grand--Just For The Freaks
**He needs to stick to making female directed songs like this...that "gangsta" image isn't cuttin' for him**
Lil Wayne feat. Mike Tyson--The American Dream
Ace Hood feat. DJ Khaled & Trick Daddy--Gutta
**Gutta in stores Oct. 14**
DJ Khaled feat. Brisco, Ace Hood, Rick Ross & Baby--Blood Money
**Khaled at it again**
Cory Gunz--Been Gone Too Long
**Jackson 5 sample**
The Game--Killin' It
**Over "Feelin It" beat...finally NO DJ**
Styles P & Sheek Louch--Barry Bonds Freestyle
T-Pain feat. Lil' Wayne & Bow Wow--Can't Believe It (remix)
**Bow Wow does his thing on this beat**
Yusef feat. Blake Kelly--Have A Party (remix)
**Blake kills this**
Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier was able to grab Oprah Winfrey, Kanye West, Mary J Blige and Forest Whitaker moments after Barack Obama's acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention.
An emotional Kanye simply stated, "It changed my life." You weren't the only one 'Ye.
As you know, I don't upload albums on here, but I will upload some of the tracks to give you a feel what the album looks like. The first one was a banger and by the sounds of it, this one is too!! Go cop this September 2 (same day as Jeezy's).
1. No Ceiling
2. Like Me
3. Lookin' Clean
4. Living Without
5. Time (Feat. Lil Keke)
6. Serve & Collect
7. Rap Reality Show
8. Hood Superstar
9. Keep It Playa (Feat. Ray J)
10. Give Me Some
11. Cost To Be
12. Keep It 1000
13. Wet Paint Drippin' What
14. Man I'm A G
15. Lord I Know
16. It's Goin' Down (Bonus Track)
Personally, I can't wait to see this video...keep in mind, this is IN Bowen Homes (Shawty Lo's block). TIP can be ruthless at times when he is beefing with someone...he must have felt some kind of way after Lo mentioned his wifey in "Don't I" and Lo's other track to him, "I Knew It".
Thanks to the good folks at Niketalk...I was also able to find the "unofficial" video. Just click play...
Paper Trail in stores September 30...
Royce Da 5'9 feat. Trick Trick--We Deep
Kasanova feat. Gorilla Zoe--Chain Swang
**Zoe's been killing it lately**
Styles P--3 Peat Freestyle
**Over the Wayne beat**
Jagged Edge feat. Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo--Rider pt. 3
B. Lloyd feat. Bobby Valentino--She All Mine
**He's actually a wide receiver for the Chicago Bears...Bobby V kills the hook**
**CRAZY STORYTELLING TRACK**
Chris Brown feat. Andre Merritt--Golden Girl
**prod. by Polow The Don**
**Sooner or later he is gonna blow up**
Unknown--Out of Love
**The song was labeled as Ginuwine...but it's not him...song is hot regardless...if you find out, let me know**
Sterling Simms--Can't Run
**prod. by Bangladesh**
Mario Winans--What Can I Do
One Chance--Trip Over A Broad Like Like
**I have always loved this beat**
Pleasure P--Boyfriend #2
Friday, August 29, 2008
2. (00:02:12) Gucci Mane - My Rims Dancin
3. (00:02:43) Gucci Mane - Hot Damn
4. (00:02:18) Gucci Mane - Haunted House
5. (00:03:58) Gucci Mane - So Much Money
6. (00:03:52) Gucci Mane - H2O
7. (00:04:10) Gucci Mane - Nickelodeon
8. (00:02:20) Gucci Mane - We Gotem
9. (00:02:20) Gucci Mane - Pampers
10. (00:03:20) Gucci Mane - Body Language
11. (00:03:13) Gucci Mane - All My Bes Love Me
12. (00:03:49) Gucci Mane - Bricks
13. (00:02:19) Gucci Mane - Cant Keep Up
14. (00:03:05) Gucci Mane - Thats What It Is
15. (00:03:11) Gucci Mane - Pussy Puller
16. (00:04:54) Gucci Mane - Workin
17. (00:03:38) Gucci Mane - How Bout U
18. (00:03:20) Gucci Mane - On Deck
19. (00:02:34) Gucci Mane - Like A Lambo
20. (00:00:37) Gucci Mane - Outro
Lupe Fiasco feat. Gemstones--I Know Why
Daz feat. Tekneek, Kurupt & Swizz Beats--I'm From The Hood (remix)
Mos Def--The Glow
Red Cafe--So Easy
KRS-One--The Million DJ March
**He spoke about this on Rap City**
Willie The Kid feat. Trey Songz, Gucci Mane, LA The Darkman, Yung Joc, Bun B & Flo-Rida--Love Of Money
Young Buck feat. Rich Boy--Hit A Hata (prod. by Polow The Don)
Chingy feat. Soulja Boy--Turn It Up
**NO DJ...SB is killing everything he touches...yea I said it**
Rather, Houston is recognized here for its dynamic business environment, low unemployment and high wages relative to income. These factors make Houston the best city to earn a living by our calculations.
A record amount of money has been made off oil and commodities this year, and Houston is the American business hub of those industries. Throw in the weak dollar, which allows Houston-based materials companies to glean more cash off exports and increases the price of gasoline, and it's easy to understand why the city excels.
And it's not likely to change anytime soon. When you add up the projected gross state product growth, business openings vs. closings, and venture capital investments in Texas, based on data from Moody's Economy.com and Pacific Research Institute, the Lone Star state ranks fourth in the country for its future economic prospects.
Right behind Houston are Minneapolis, home to more of the nation's top companies per capita than any other city; Boston, fueled heavily by the biotech industry; and Washington, D.C., where unless the government goes out of business, consulting firms will continue to make a killing.
1. Houston, Texas
2. Minneapolis, Minn.
3. Boston, Mass.
4. Washington, D.C.
5. New York, N.Y.
6. Pittsburgh, Pa.
7. San Francisco, Calif.
8. Dallas, Texas
9. Milwaukee, Wis.
It remains to be seen if Barack Obama will indeed become the next President of the United States of America. But if last night was any indication of the time to come, maybe the morale in this country will begin to take a turn for the better. For over 45 minutes last night, the senator from Illinois captivated the world with one of the better political speeches since Dr. King marched on Washington four and a half decades to the day.
On the biggest of all stages, Obama delivered with an eerie like calmness. He set the bar so high for McCain, Bush and the rest of the Republican party that only an Olympic pole vaulter could fathom clearing. During his speech, Obama continued to excel on what may very well be his best quality...the ability to connect with so many people on so many levels. He took the struggles of everyAmerican and projected them in his speech for the world to hear. In essence, taking those pains and broadcasting them to the world was a form of therapy...basically letting them know that a change was coming and they could rest easy.
He even turned many Clinton supporters into the newest members of the "Barack Bandwagon", which many thought would be one of his most difficult tasks. He has the swagger, the charisma, the personality and the view to be the change he so desperately wants to see in America. Since April 4, 1968, many have searched for the next great leader in America. Maybe last night, with the thought of Dr. King, Malcolm X and all those who made the Civil Rights Movement possible, that question was finally answered...
66 days until Election Day...are you registered to vote?
2. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Life’s A Bitch
3. Don Cannon - Interlude
4. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Splendid!
5. Willie The Kid - Interlude
6. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Coogi Down
7. Don Cannon - Interlude
8. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Man Up (prod. by Don Cannon)
9. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Thangs Back
10. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Love For Money
11. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman Feat. Gucci Mane - Smoke
12. DJ Green Lantern - Interlude
13. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Doing It Again (Prod. by Green Lantern)
14. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Real Life
15. Don Cannon - Interlude
16. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Respect My Come Thru (Prod. By Don Cannon)
17. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - George Bush The Button
18. LA The Darkman - Interlude
19. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Patent Leather Seemless
20. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - 400 Degrees
21. Don Cannon - Interlude
22. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman Feat. Method Man - Like This
23. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - The Clearing
24. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Live At The Regal
25. Trendsetter Sense - Interlude
26. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Cold Blooded
27. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - I Been Around
28. Willie The Kid - Interlude
29. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Capital A
30. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman Feat. Civi Mahdi, A1 & Big Jonus - Do Our Thang
31. Don Cannon - Interlude
32. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - When The Money Comes
33. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Right Now (Prod. by The Kickdrums)
34. Willie The Kid - Interlude
35. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - The Rap Kevin Garnett
36. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Pumblin Buns
37. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Live My Life
38. LA The Darkman - Interlude
39. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - Hand On My Glock
40. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - I’m Good
41. Don Cannon - Interlude
42. Willie The Kid & La The Darkman - American Idol
43. DJ Drama - Outro
44. L.R.E. - About Me
Thursday, August 28, 2008
1. In Ya Phone
2. Hold It Aganist Me
3. Murder She Wrote
4. Ride (feat. Ace Hood)
6. Cuddy Buddy
7. Thug It To The Bone (feat. Lil’ Scrappy)
8. High Definition
9. Girl Tonight
10. Me & You
11. Only You (feat. Jay-Z)
12. Still Hurt
13. Love Safari
14. Business & Pleasure
15. Buss It Baby (remix)(feat. Plies)
16. Love Song
17. Girl If I
18. I Don’t Love You
19. Gone In The Morning (feat. Young Buck)
20. La Pearla (feat. Fynch)
21. The Baddest (feat. Big Kuntry King)
22. Love For Money (feat. WIllie Da Kid, Bun B, Gucci Mane, & LA Da Darkman) 23. A Millie
24. Ya Heard Me (feat. The Hot Boys)
25. Why You Wanna (remix)(feat. T.I.)
Must have tape from one of the most underrated R&B artists...click here
2. Mims - Therapy (Prod. By Pharell Williams)
3. Nelly Feat Keri hilson & St. Lunitics - Muthafuckin Liar (Prod. By Polow Da Don)
4. Clinton Sparks Feat Pitbull & Fatman Scoop and Timbaland - On U 2
5. Chingy Feat Soulja Boy - Gotta Choose
6. Lil’ Wayne - Fuck A Nigga Thoughts
7. Paul Wall Feat Lil’ Jon - Pop One (Prod. By Lil’ Jon)
8. DJ Felli Fel Feat T-Pain, Sean Paul, Pitbull & Flo Rida - Feel It
9. Young Buck Feat Rich Boy - Hit A Hata (Prod. By Polow Da Don)
10. Trina & Qwote - Down On You
11. 2 Pistols - Fly, Fly, Fly (Prod. By Swizz Beatz)
12. Flo Rida Feat Qwuta - Hot like Fire
13. Sean P (Of The YoungBloodz) - Yes Yall
14. Trey Songz Feat Flo Rida - Love For Money
Tape full of exclusives...click here
Avant--Baby I Know
DJ Khaled feat. Sean Paul, Missy Elliot & Busta Rhymes--She's Fine
**"We Global" in stores Sept. 16**
The-Dream--Put On Freestyle
**Must admit...this is hot**
Ron Browz feat. Jim Jones & Juelz Santana
DJ Babu feat. M.O.P.--Dearly Departed
**It's about time 50 let them do a song**
Gucci Mane--On Deck
50 Cent--Here I Am Freestyle
Eletrik Red--Drank In My Cup (prod. The-Dream)
1. THE HORROR FLICK INTRO
2. GO HARD
3. FIRE DRILL
4. ROLL CALL RELOADED FEAT. EVERYBODY
5. THE REAL THANG
6. ALL AROUND THE WORLD
7. DO IT FOR H TOWN FEAT. SLIM THUG & TRAE
8. SKIT 1 (ROY WOOD JR)
9. INTERNET NERDS REVENGE
10. FIRE Featuring Famous
12. MY DREAM Feat AKON
13. BAY AREA SKIT
14. GOTTA BE PLAYA FEAT FAMOUS
15. NOT YOUR BABY
16. ANSWER MACHINE 3
17. THE GREATEST
18. SKIT 2 (ROY WOODS JR)
19. ON THE GRIND HOMIE
20. MY LIFE FEAT TRAE & SLIM THUG
21. MIDDLE FINGER UP
1. WHAT THE BUSINESS IS
2. WHO HOTTER THAN ME FEAT. FAMOUS
3. LOVIN WHAT YA SEE
4. KILLA KYLEON-CADDILAC & BENZ FEAT. KOOPA
5. PUT ON FOR HOUSTON
6. SHE'S WATCHIN ME SKIT
7. I'D RATHER GET BREAD
8. FIRE DRILL SKILL
9. FLOW SO SICK -KILLA KYLEON
10. TOP DOWN MONEY UP
11. BLOCK ON SMASH
12. NEVER -KILLER MIKE
13. DIAMONDS EXPOSED BREAK
14. 2 REAL -LIL FLIP FEAT. CHAMILLIONAIRE
15. 2 MPH FEAT. BUN B PAUL WALL & CHAMILLIONAIRE
16. THIS ISN'T LIFE OUTRO
Second disc, click here
Forty-five years later...M.L.K. still remains arguably the most influential African-American of all time.
In all honesty, this isn't even my favorite King speech (the "Mountaintop" speech still remains my favorite of ALL time), but this is by far his most recognized and most revered. In a time where not only African Americans were experiencing economic hardships and a war that not many knew the real cause for (sort of like today actually), King was the face of the Civil Rights Movement (along with X and the Black Panthers) and he, himself, represented the change he wanted to see in the world.
Forty-five years ago almost to this exact minute, King stood in Washington D.C. and proclaimed to the world that change was coming. It's funny how things come full circle. And tonight, although it's not the nation's capital, Obama will make history in the house John Elway built.
And maybe, just maybe, that "dream" that MLK talked about...can be a little closer to becoming a reality...
Another day...more exclusives....act like you know...
Z-Ro--That's How You Feel
Bubba Sparxx feat. Ray J--She Got Me Like (Ahhh Shit)http://www.zshare.net/audio/177976856ac95a76/
Devin The Dude--Georgy
DJ L feat. Junior Reid, Sheek Louch, Cassidy, Harlem's Cash & Joell Ortiz--To The Tophttp://www.zshare.net/audio/177970679e6768bb/
B.G. & The Chopper City Boyz--Be Kool
**B.G. rips it**
Marsha Ambrosius feat. Sterling Simms--Open Me Up
New Kids On The Block feat. New Edition--Full Service
**Say what you want...Ralph Tresvant can still sing LOL**
Styles P--Time Is Money, Money Is Time
Alfamega--Brand New Pistol
When I woke up this morning I thought about a couple of things. How much I could accomplish today before work and what to blog about. Turning on the TV, MSNBC was covering highlights from the DNC and gearing up for tonight's speech like most other media channels.
I began to reflect on how this political race has just now captured my attention, without Hip Hop's influence. By far, I think John Kerry's speech last night was great. No errors and you could really get a good sense of him believing in what he was saying. His highlights shown on MSNBC were evidence.
Two more things happened this AM. First, I searched Google for politics and hip hop and saw Chris Lightly's article which I disagreed with (I'll touch on this later).
Meka, one of the hosts on MSNBC's morning show basically showed her political stance by displaying her anger of the fact that media coverage surrounding the Obama campaign making history has received unbalanced attention. No doubt, history is taking place. Is it wrong not to cover history as it unfolds?
One could feel inspired by Obama's campaign and feel the need for change. Instinctively, naysayers have come out of nowhere to give their two cents on what Obama should do. Lightly's article does just that. Check it here.
While Hip Hop may embrace Obama, some are not getting why Obama can't acknowledge the Hip Hop community the way Lightly hopes for. While Ludacris' song (Obama Is Here) may be a bit wreckless, I think Nas made a better attempt at focusing a song around Obama. Check it here.
Commentators this morning also said that Obama's speech tonight will be tougher to pull off with it being the anniversary of the "I Have a Dream" speech and the "columns" placed at Invesco Field which will convey a mixed message. I definitely believe that America does not care about stage props.
In the youtube.com era, criticism can come from many angles. Especially when you have media outlets such as Fox news conjuring up their imposing political agendas. Misleading the population away from whats important seems like a daily goal for them.
Attention needs to be given to what's important in America. No matter what side of the spectrum you are on, there is no doubt American needs change. A different direction...
Guess what I'm watching tonight?
"Like" is the rapper's first No. 1 as a lead artist (he was featured on Justin Timberlake's 2006 chart-topper, "My Love") and his opening-week digital sum is the best by a rap track since Nielsen SoundScan began compiling download data in 2003.
The song is also faring well at radio, jumping 33-20 on Hot 100 Airplay and 13-8 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay.
T.I.'s new Grand Hustle/Atlantic album, "Paper Trail," is due Sept. 30. The rapper, who pled guilty to federal weapons charges in conjunction with an October 2007 arrest in Atlanta, will eventually serve a year in jail following the completion of 1,000 hours of community service.
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
One of the record's stars has some questions of his own: T.I. would like to know how the song leaked. It's one of the premier records from his forthcoming LP, Paper Trail. The album -- which Tip previewed for MTV News back in May -- isn't due out until September 30, and the King of the South said the cut wasn't supposed to be debuted so soon.
"That's some bullsh--," a disappointed Tip told MTV News Saturday afternoon (August 23) via phone. "I'm beating down the Internet as we speak."
The MC -- who will perform a song from Paper Trail at the MTV Video Music Awards on September 7 -- obviously isn't upset with how well "Swagger Like Us" (or "S.L.U.") turned out or even the immediate positive reaction it's gotten. He just had planned on presenting his song properly rather than having it just thrown out there. He said it could have been "that much bigger" if he'd had the chance to roll it out in grand fashion.
"Don't ruin the event," he lamented. "Wait till the cake comes out the kitchen before you eat it. That's like a kid who sees his toys before Christmas; it takes away from me and I think it takes away from the fans as well. When it's time, I'mma give it to you. They leaked my record with me and The-Dream ["Like I Do"] too. Leakage is never a problem I have had. I'm not used to it."
Tip theorized that the high anticipation for Paper Trail may be the reason why songs such as "S.L.U.," "Like I Do" and "Life of the Party" (the latter isn't even slated to be on the LP) have found their way onto the Internet without his permission, but he quickly said "that's neither here nor there" and moved onto discussing the creation of "S.L.U."
"It's been done about a month," he said. "It was a song that Kanye and I had done first; me featuring Kanye. An idea had presented itself -- 'What if we included these people and made it an event record?' -- and I was like, 'That's a very ambitious idea but a lovely one.' "
Soon after, Hov and Weezy submitted verses. Jay liked the song so much that Tip said it will also appear on Jay's The Blueprint 3 album later this year. He did note that Paper Trail is where it will officially be released first.
"Swagger Like Us" was produced by Kanye West and features a sample of M.I.A.'s ubiquitous "Paper Planes," where she declares "No one on the corner got swagger like us." Kanye, who compares his swagger to singer Mick Jagger, starts off with punchlines aplenty: "I know I got it first/ I'm Christopher Columbus, y'all just the Pilgrims/ How it feel to wake up and be the sh--and the urine?/ Nah-na-na, trying to get that Kobe number, one over Jordan."
Jay follows -- "You can pay for school, but you can't buy class" -- Weezy bats third and Tip is the cleanup hitter. T.I. raps about his real-life controversies and how he doesn't worry about other rappers. "Sell a lot of records, I respect it and salute that/ But spitting real life on hot beats, I'm the truth at/ When you kick it like me, no exaggeration necessary."
In addition to the aforementioned trio of guests, Paper Trail has even more A-list guests: Usher has been added to "My Life, Your Entertainment," Rihanna appears on "Living My Life" and Justin Timberlake joins him on "Dead and Gone."
"I really appreciate it, man," Tip said humbly about the support he's gotten from his peers. "It's definitely an honor man to be among the elite in the game. To have as much respect from them as they have for me is also a privilege. I just wanna live up to all the expectations."
He talked a bit about "Dead and Gone," the Timberlake collaboration. "Basically, man, it's about the lessons I've learned in life, the old me being dead and gone. How I've changed, how my life has taken new meaning."
Surprisingly, a Kanye West cameo has been removed from a song on the album: "Sitting on Top of the World," which features B.O.B. from T.I.'s Grand Hustle label.
"Kanye's verse has been swapped," Tip said. "I still have Kanye's verse so maybe we'll a remix down the line."
T.I.'s current video and single is "Whatever You Like." Videos have also been shot for "Swing Your Rag" and "What Up."
Lil Kim--Put On
The L.O.X.--It's Like That (prod. by Pete Rock)
**Prepare For Glory coming in November...**
Plies--Pants Hang Low (prod. by Mannie Fresh)
**CDQ..first single off "The Realest"
Tone Tone feat. Gorilla Zoe--Jockin'
**Finally the dirty version**
Soulja Boy feat. Hot Stylz--Hey You There
**LOL, that's all that needs to be said**
Alfamega--I Came From Nothin'
Common feat. Pharrell--Announcement
Alfamega feat. Gotcha--20 Grand
Parkay--I Run This City (Yung Berg & Cap 1 diss)
**Berg isn't having a good week**
Ne-Yo--Fade Into The Background
**Give it some time...this will be a hit**
Royce Da 5'9 feat. Kid Vishis--Kill 'Em
**off Bar Exam 2**
Janet Jackson feat. Missy Elliot--Son Of A Gun
**VERY RARE Neptunes mix**
T-Pain feat. Young Cash--Don't Stop The Party
(one of my favorite songs at the moment)
Gym Class Heroes feat. Dre & Lil Wayne--Don't Tell Me It's Over
02. Bun B - She's Bad (2:05)
03. Bun B - You Don't Have To (2:10)
04. Bun B - I'm Cold (1:18)
05. Bun B - City Of The Swang (1:35)
06. Bun B - Game's Pain (Remix) (1:01)
07. Bun B - Pop It 4 Pimp (1:50)
08. Bun B - d*ckies (1:06)
09. Bun B - Some Ho's (1:35)
10. Bun B - Your Everything (1:42)
11. Bun B - Think We Got A Problem (1:28)
12. Bun B - They Know (1:36)
13. Bun B Feat. Sean Kingston - That's Gangsta (3:53)
14. Bun B - Swang On Em (2:03)
15. Bun B - Get Silly (0:42)
16. Bun B - Blowin Doe Doe (2:21)
17. Bun B - Back In The Go Go (1:13)
18. Bun B - Take The Hood Back (1:41)
19. Bun B - Dirty Dirty (1:23)
20. Bun B - Certified (Remix) (1:38)
21. Bun B - Cross Your Heart (1:28)
22. Bun B - Drivin Down The Block (1:26)
23. Bun B - How We Rock (2:32)
24. Bun B - 2 Mph (1:36)
25. Bun B - We Some Ryders (1:43)
26. Bun B - Story (5:48)
27. Bun B - Slangin (1:28)
28. Bun B - Break Em Off Somethin (1:07)
For those don't have this tape yet, click here to get the tape from Bun.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Amy Winehouse feat. Mia X--You Know I'm No Good (remix)
The Game--Ain't Fuckin With You
Kardinal Offishall feat. The Pussycat Dolls--Tide Is High
Charles Hamilton--Mixtape Vents
Busta Rhymes feat. The Game, Reek Da Villian & Show Money--Flipmode Meets Bstars
Busta Rhymes feat. Sisqo--Hump On You (yea, THAT Sisqo)
Yep, it's out...but due to legal reasons, I can no longer post albums (only mixtapes and singles). It's out there and you have more than half of the tracks anyway...
1. The Recession (Intro)
2. Welcome Back
3. By The Way
4. Crazy World
5. What They Want
7. Hustlaz Ambition
8. Who Dat
9. Don't You Know
11. Word Play
13. Everything featuring Anthony Hamilton and Lil Boosie
14. Takin' It There featuring Trey Songz
15. Don't Do It
16. Put On featuring Kanye West
17. Get Allot
18. My President featuring Nas
Eminem--The Fattest Skinny Kid Alive **from a 1992 demo**
Eminem--Steppin' Onto The Scene **from a 1992 demo**
John Legend--If You're Out There
Rick Ross--Put On Freestyle **uses the T-Pain voice**
Joe--Start Over Again
Rick Ross--Ms. Officer Freestyle
Al Fatz feat. Young Chris--Tell Me Who
Lil Wayne feat. Nutt Da Kidd--Guerilla
Lil Wayne feat. Nutt Da Kidd & Mack Maine--Talk To The Pillow
Lil Wayne feat. Nutt Da Kidd--Bullshit
Nutt Da Kidd feat. Various Artists--Niggaz Is Strapped Up
Nutt Da Kidd--All I Can Be Is Me
Nutt Da Kidd--Rise To Power
LL Cool J feat. 50 Cent--Feel My Heart Beat **Where's 50 been?**
Go cop that L.A.X. in stores today!!!!!!!!!
Monday, August 25, 2008
**NOT SURE WHICH ORDER THEY GO IN...WILL POST FULL VIDEO SOON**
No, this has nothing to do with music and no those videos will not have a Lil' Wayne guest verse or a T-Pain assisted hook (although that's not a bad idea for the remix). For those who did not see Michelle Obama give her speech at the opening night of the Democratic National Convention, they missed quite possibly one of the best speeches in recent memory. It wasn't just the oh "my husband will do this once he gets in office"...rather it was the potential First Lady giving a heartfelt and passionate speech about where Obama came from...not just the man you associate with "change". She talked about her father battling multiple sclerosis and him awaking an hour early every morning just so he could go to work. She touched on how her husband was a nervous wreck driving her and their first born daughter back from the hospital.
That is just what many people not only wanted to hear, but NEEDED to hear. All too often in politics it's a game about what one person can do if they get picked...which is the nature of the game. But rarely do you get a candidate who can empathize with the public on such a personal level. It was REAL, something you don't get to often in politics. She related to the person who is working 35 hours a day to make ends me...to the person who is unemployed and can't find work anywhere in sight...to the family who is trying to do right in a world full of wrongs. She stood there proud, she stood there strong...she stood there as a proud, strong BLACK WOMAN...a polar opposite from what is portrayed on a day-to-day basis.
Now who knows what the Obamas will if the election swings their way...I just hope they deliver on all this talk. But even if it was for one night only, I finally do have hope...which I haven't really had about America in quite some time...
Hopefully Sam Cooke will be right this time...change is gonna come…
Charles Hamilton--Staring At The Sun
Christina Milian--One Kiss
T.I. feat. Rihanna--Livin' Your Life
The-Dream--Should've Been You
Chamillionaire--Internet Nerd's Revenge
R. Kelly--Baby Girl
Young Buck--There Will be Blood
88 Keys feat. Kanye West--Stay Up (Viagra!)
LL Cool J--You Better Watch Me
Jim Jones, Freaky Zekey, Sen--Got It For 25
Young Jeezy--Welcome Back
Sky High feat. Max B & French Montana--Call My Connect
Kardinal Offishal feat. The Dream--Gimme Some
Charles Hamilton--The N Word
Young Jeezy--Don't Do It (yet, ANOTHER track)
Keri Hilson--Slow Dance
Killer Mike--"Never" Freestyle **HOT**
Field feat. Lil Wayne--Gangsta Music **DIRTY**
Trae feat. The Game--Still In The Hood (remix)
Like Us (prod. by Ya Money)
Stacks On Deck
For mixtape, click here
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Angelous--Be Free **RADIO RIP** (Not Jay-Z as originally posted)
Joe Budden--Calling My Name **NOT CDQ**
Charles Hamilton--The Best Blogger Alive
Cashis & Young De feat. Kurupt & Freeway--Why Not (remix)
R. Kelly feat. Keri Hilson--#1 Sex **HOT**
I received an email yesterday night that stated Yung Berg (affectionately known as "Light Butt" on this blog) caught a beat down at a club in Detroit. Before running with it, I decided to check some sources to validate if the story was true and I found out that he indeed caught a beat down. Here's what happened:
Yung Berg flew into Detroit late friday night for Hot 102.7's annual Summer Jamz concert but instead of going straight to his hotel as scheduled, he made a pit stop at a club called Plan B, which i'm hearing is partially owned by Detroit rapper Trick Trick. Now mind you, Berg didn't tell his label, his management or anyone that he was about to sneak off to the club.
Within minutes of getting inside the club, both Yung Berg and Cap (the person he met up with) were attacked by a group of men affiliated with Trick Trick. I am hearing that Trick Trick was NOT a part of the beat down. In fact, he helped break the fight up. Yung Berg's security quickly scooped him off the ground and rushed him onto Cap's tour bus that was parked right outside of the club. His transformer chain (pictured above) was indeed snatched during the mayhem. He was then taken to his hotel but did not receive any medical attention. He only suffered minor cuts and bruises and of course he's a** was in total shock. He literally landed in Detroit and within that same hour caught a beat down. "Welcome To The Detroit"!
By this time, Berg wanted to get the hell out of dodge, so arrangements were made and he was put on a plane back home. To all the Detroit fans that were disappointed that he didn't perform, he really wanted to please his fans but when +$% like this go down, please understand "it's time to go".
As far as the cause of the beat down, Yung Berg apparently said something in the past that was very disrespectful about Detroit rappers and Detroit don't play that. Not sure if you remember, but Trick Daddy ended up catching it in Detroit by Trick Trick a few years ago.
Lesson Learned: Don't say sh*t about Detroit, unless you want to suffer some consequences.
Saturday, August 23, 2008
2. Yo Gotti - Everybody Quiet
3. Yo Gotti - Product Of The Streets
4. Yo Gotti - Julious Erving
5. Yo Gotti - Come Correct
6. Yo Gotti - Take Em To School
7. Yo Gotti - Grind Hard For The Money
8. Yo Gotti - Rediculous
9. Yo Gotti - Return Of The Mac
10. Yo Gotti - Shoppin Spree
11. Yo Gotti - 2 Seats Ft. Gucci Mane
12. Yo Gotti - Lots Of Cash
13. Yo Gotti - Bricks
14. Yo Gotti - We Gangsta
15. Yo Gotti - Lodi Dodi Ft. Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo & Gorilla Zoe
16. Yo Gotti - Chevy Anthem Remix
17. Yo Gotti - Mo Money
18. Yo Gotti - Gettin This Money
19. Yo Gotti - Light Show
20. Yo Gotti - She Like Me
21. Yo Gotti - Money In The Way
22. Yo Gotti - Poppin Rubberbands