Thursday, December 13, 2007

Relax And Take Notes


I'm sure you all remember growing up with those commercials letting you know the danger of drugs and showing you how "everyday people" like yourself avoided drugs, be it family, friends, school, sports, whatever. There's a problem with this never ending campaign against drugs though, and no, it's not the Mexicans, Trey.

Who doesn't like the movies like Half Baked and How High. Regardless of your stance on marijuana, these are funny movies that our youth is indulging in. Here's a clip from the comedy movie, Walk Hard:

There is twenty years of anti-drug progress down the drain. I also have an issue with the direction of some of these commercials. Above The Influence airs commercials where apparent users of different demographics are approached by there loved ones to stop smoking. Here is their newest commercial.

Now, I'm just being honest, but if a pot head's dog talked to them while they were high, I don't think it would stop them from smoking. Now, I leave you with some work by popular music artists that do all but discourage one from abstaining.

Afroman - Because I Got High
Afroman - 12 J's Of Christmas
Ludacris ft. Lil' Flip - Screwed Up
Method Man - 4:20
Sean Paul - We Be Burnin'

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Two Premieres

New contributor The Benjamins, writes:

Today's a special day, we're all blessed with two grand premieres: my first post and the release of a new Wu-Tang Album. Wu-Tang Clan has been my favorite rap group for a long time, probably since I was 9 years old and ODB rushed the stage at the Grammy's to announce that he had bought an expensive outfit and that "Wu-Tang is for the children".

Wu's 8 Diagrams is their first album since 2001's Iron Flag, and the first since the death of ODB. The rhymes are dark and gritty, and most of the album takes a different tone than their usual. It's deeper. This is especially noticeable in 'Life Changes', a tribute to ODB. The Wu is back with the rhymes, beats, and long kung fu movie samples we've been missing.

Tracks off 8 Diagrams:
Take It Back
Rushing Elephants
The Heart Gently Weeps
Life Changes

This last one's not off 8 Diagrams, but I've had it stuck in my head for like 2 months.
It's RZA without the rest of the clan.
RZA- A Day to God is 1000 years

Remember, it's all for the children.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Just Be Like Yahhh And Give A Dog A Bone

My ninja The Wang writes:

Well as most football enthusiasts would know, today Michael Vick was convicted and sentenced to 23 months in Federal Prison in the state of Virginia on charges concerning dog fighting, not dawgs fighting. I don't know how everyone else feels about this, but I think Vick got what he deserved. I mean c'mon... the dude was makin' nearly 23 million a year playin' ball and makin' commercials for Nike, Underarmor, Champs, etc.; why would he do suttin' as dumb as dog fightin. Oh well, all you other dog fighters out there beware from this case. America cares! Well, me and The Coolest wanna no how y'all feel 'bout this issue, so get back at us.

This song played as Vick was being sentenced...

And I write:
This might be gettin' ridiculous, but I gotta post what I gotta post. The sad thing is, this song is quite catchy.

Soulja Boy - Yahhh

Now all we need to do is ask if he took a page out of Howard Dean's book for this joint.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Ayo for Wang Yo

Fellow Young G, The Wang writes:

Well, it's 'bout this time a week ago, and my boy Dante asked me to hit 'em up sum help on his site. So I'm here to do him some help, and post some good shit. I don't know really what to do or nuttin', but while y'all are here or smokin' dem L's hit up these tracks I like. I call 'em da works 'cuz it's basically everything.

Mistah Fab - Ghost Ride It - This is a must. Deal wit' it.
Lil' Wayne - Postman - Weezy does it, and he did it well.
Trey Songz - Can't Help But Wait - He did it for his lady; that's pretty chill.
Stylez P ft. Swizz Beatz - Blow Your Mind - My mind was out there. Trust.
Gucci Mane - Freaky Girl - Epitome of hit it and quit it.
Damian Marley - Jamrock - If Daddy Marley didn't say it, this track did. Hah.
Gorilla Zoe - Hood Figga - Slum rat to hood figga in 6 seconds.
Kinfolk ft. Swizz Beatz, Slim Thug, E-40, Jim Jones - So Krispy Remix - Various sounds, good mix.
Eazy E - Eazy Does It - Nice throw back track. Listen and love.
R. Kelly - Playas Only - I forgot my playas card. Sh*t.
Dem Franchize Boyz - Ridin' Rims - Snow tires for now, but soon as its nice out... ride rims.

Aight, that's it for now. Love it or hate it, it's what I like. Check back here whenever; me and Orlando Magic post a lot, and if any y'all got suggestions for postin' or feedback, hit us up wit some comments.

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Got A Bandana Wrapped Right Around His Neck

I got a nice little mix of mostly new songs that I've been bumpin' most recently. You know I always got the re-up, and I'm going put a few words to each of the songs so you know what I think of 'em. Questions, comments, and requests always welcome, and soon you may see a debut post from a few d-boys helpin' me out.

Apathy - You Look Like You Come From The 80's : I only wish this song was longer because he ripped shit up and he's right on.
Cassidy - Drink N 2 Step Remix (ft. Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, Ne-Yo) : Amped up version of the original banger with some of your favorites.
Chamillionaire - Won't Let You Down Remix (ft. Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Mike Jones, Trae, Bun, Pimp C, Z-Ro) : Take Chamillionaire, one of my favorite southern rappers, and throw in practically every other big down south name.
The Clipse - Cheers (ft. Pharrell, DJ Drama) : Not much of an upbeat track, but it's definately got it goin' on lyrically. They got the re-up.
Freeway - Its Over : As rare as a track from him has been, it's always nice to hear a rapper like himself come out again after a mixtapin' hiatus.
G. Love & Special Sauce - Banger (ft. Blackalicious) : Not the traditional song to post, but Blackalicious is no joke and I've always enjoyed G. Love.
Ghostface Killah - Barrell Brothers (ft. Beanie Sigel,Styles P) : Ghost' is back yet again, and though I'm not all that impressed so far by The Big Doe Rehad, this track is aight.
Hi-Tek - My Piano (ft. Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Dion) : Probably the most hood a song with pianos can get. Hi-Tek knows what he's doing.
Lil' Wayne - Dying : Listening to this track with some friends rappin' along side is one of the most entertaining things a brotha can do.
Ludacris - Ludacrismas : How can Luda stay so gutter while rappin' about the holiday season?
Lupe Fiasco - The Coolest : The Cool's tracks show that Lupe isn't gettin' any less deeper and he's not dumbin' it down for any of us. I even get lost.
Memphis Bleek - Breakfast : The ROC is strong in this one. Shouts to Kanye.
The Mighty Underdogs - Gunfight (ft. MF Doom, Myron, Glaster, G-Koop) : Another obscure sounding track, but these dudes might just have me lookin' for more shit by this new "rap" group.
Murs - Better Than The Rest : Murs has the respect of many underground enthusiasts and this song helps us understand why.
Outkast - Da Art Of Storytellin' Part 4 (ft. Marsha Ambrosius, DJ Drama) : 'Kast has always been tight, and they always know how to mix things up a bit in these days of commercial rap.
Rick Ross - Street Money (ft. Flo-Rida) : Ross spits that dope as white as it comes, and Flo' is a nice touch.
Saigon - Come On Baby Remix (ft. Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz) : I felt the original track and now with Hov on it, there's no losing.
Strong Arm Steady - One Step Remix (ft. Crooked I, Jay Rock, Turf Talk) : This underground joint shows just how much talent is concealed under the industry's eye.
Too Short - This My One (ft. E-40) : Who doesn't want to stay up on their hyphy shit, especially when Forty Fonzerelli is at his side.

RIP Pimp C (UGK's Heaven). He did it big.
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Keep gettin' that 'fetti, and do me a favor;
stay out of trouble.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Wasalu Muhammad Jaco

Prominent hip hop mogul Jay-Z describes him as a "breath of fresh air" in a new hip-hop world characterized by mainstream pop and glamour, a sharp contrast with the widespread lyricism-focused rap of the 1990s, and critics have called him the "hip-hop Generation Next vanguard." That's quite the intro, eh.

Now, as you may have previously read, I was lucky enough to attend a Lupe show last Thursday. It was definitely an awesome show, especially seeing as many rappers really don't perform well live and usually sound terrible to say the least. The energy got up and stayed up throughout the whole show and the crowd got into it. I'd also like to make note of the fact that Lupe apologized to his fans for being sick, but went on with he show with no less energy.

Here are some pictures I had taken via cell phone:
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Here's some grade A Lupe music to accompany his grade A live show.
Mixtape Tracks
Outty 5000 (right click, save as)
Switch (right click, save as)
We On (with Gemini, who helped keep the show going while Lu' got himself some cough drops)
Cold Blooded
Us Placers (via CRS)
Bottom, Top (Pre-The Cool)
Food & Liquor
Kick, Push
I Gotcha (unconventional remix)
Daydreamin' (right click, save as)
American Terrorist (right click, save as)
The Cool
The Cool Album Sampler Track
The Coolest (newest track yet)
Dumb It Down

I think we're set for now. If you're lookin' for any specific tracks off most of his work or joints he's featured in, just let me know and I'll be more than happy to share.

Friday, November 30, 2007

The Cooool

Ayo. I just saw Lupe. More to come at later date. Much, much more. In the meantime, check out my newer posts if you haven't, save yo' pennies for his upcoming album, The Cool, and check the video for a fresh single, Dumb It Down.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

It Ain't Eazy Stayin' Fresh To Death

Now that it's gettin' colder outside and snowman isn't only referring to that dude posted up on your corner, you need to re-up on all your clothing needs. We all know it's tough stayin' fresh - harder for some than others - but make it easy on yourself and click the picture above.

Also, here are some videos I checked out recently that are worth peekin'.

The "I'm So Hood Remix" has an official video. I'm wondering how much money was put into this video because regardless of how cool the visual art is, does Koch really think that it was worth investing in a Khaled remix video.

Here is the official video for Kanye's Good Morning off his Graduation. I'm definitely diggin' the concept of taking his cover art and expanding it to a whole video.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

A Hip-Hop Odyssey

This could be the best DJ mix I've heard in a while, if not ever. The fact that he can fuse 800 hip-hop tracks, ranging from classics to recent, and get that done in merely 48 minutes is ingenious to say the least. The only thing I could do without is the constant Jaguar Skills voice-over, but there might be no way to top this shit.

You best enjoy.
Jaguar Skills & Lord Basis Supreme - A Hip-Hop Odyssey (1979 to 2006)

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Live Fast, Die Fun

This is a tribute to all my hustlers, dealers, drop-top riders, make that cakers, cop two five fivers, pimps and players, platinum diamonds, east to west coast they riders.

Andre Nikatina - Seven Letters Coked Out
The Clipse - Flashing Lights Freestyle
Consequence ft. Kanye West - Don't Forget 'Em
Del tha Funkee Homosapien - Jaw Gymnastics
Del tha Funkee Homosapien - Phoney Phranchise
DJ Khaled ft. Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Big Boi, Lil' Wayne, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, Baby - I’m So Hood Remix
Fat Joe ft. Lil' Wayne - Crack House
Freeway - Paper Gangsters
Freeway ft. Lil' Wayne - Step Back
Ghostface Killah - Celebrate
Hieroglyphics - Fantasy Island
Hieroglyphics - Powers that Be
Immortal Technique - Parole
Jay-Z - No Hook
Jay-Z - Roc Boys (And The Winner Is)
Jay-Z ft. Pharrell - Blue Magic
Kanye West - A Million and One Questions
Kanye West - Original Stronger
Lil' Wayne - Gossip
Lil' Wayne ft. Rick Ross - Shot To The Heart Remix
Ludacris ft. Bun B, Rick Ross - Down In The Dirty
Lupe Fiasco - Boss Playa
PlayMakaz - Crank That Roosevelt
Rick Ross ft. The Clipse - Blow
Rick Ross ft. R. Kelly - Speeding
Rick Ross ft. Sean Kingston - Real D-Boy
Sean Kingston ft. The Game, Rick Ross - Colors
Soulja Boy ft. Travis Barker - Crank That Remix
Styles P ft. Swizz Beatz - Blow Ya Mind
Talib Kweli ft. Black Thought, Pharoahe Monch - Guerilla Monsoon Rap
Tha Alkaholiks ft. ODB - Hip-Hop Drunkies
Twista - Two Times
Wise Intelligent - I'm Him
Young Chris ft. Lil' Wayne - How We Roll
Young Jeezy ft. Rick Ross - Straight Out The 'Rarri

Friday, September 14, 2007

What The Game's Been Missing.

Scratch that. What I meant to say was, "The Game's been missing." The one and only has been missing for what seems like a week or so now. Sources tell me that a little while back, The Game, his entourage, and what could allegedly be some G-Units cats got into a scuffle in a Cali club. After the throw down, his driver noted that The Doctor's Advocate never returned to the car, leaving an ere of mystery and suspicion. What makes this story all that more intriguing is that a little over a week ago, Game had a scheduled concert in Auckland, Australia. "But fans have been left in the dark as to why The Game - one of the concert's headlining stars - didn't perform," noted one article. In my opinion, he made the right decision. The other rappers included a cat from Naughty by Nature, Akon, Pitbull, and get this... Sisqo. They called the concert "Rock Da Block," but I think something along the lines of "Not Worth Your Money" is more like it, especially with The Game MIA.

Well, while he's gone, and even if he's pulling a Chappelle, he's probably not recording any tracks for a bit. Here are a few newer, but unreleased tracks from the man.

Early Morning Moves
I'm Lookin'
Still Hangin'
When Shit

Shouts to 'Ye for the scoop.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Got Exposed to the Game

I'd like to again apologize for all these delayed posts, but after finding a solution for my problems with my online server, I can begin to supply you with the realest, dirtiest, trillest hip-hop music; that shit you've been waiting for. Since I can't go and backtrack, I'm gonna start with a few newer tracks off the playlist. Enjoy, basschasers.

Cassidy - I Get Money: Everyone's freestyling on Fitty's track and doing it big, bigger than the originator.
Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Phoney Phranchise: I've always been a fan of this established underground rapper, and he did me proud.
Fallout Boy ft. Kanye West, Gym Class Heroes, Tyga, Lupe Fiasco, Paul Wall, Skin Head Rob, Lil' Wayne- Arms Race Remix: This rap remix of suburban white kid's one-time loved song isn't the best crossover mix I've heard, but it's worth listening to. Sadly, though, Wayne disappointed.
Freekey Zekey ft. Cam'ron, Juelz Santana - Daddy's Back: Although I'm not a big fan of Zeke, this track has an old school feel that I just couldn't resist.
The Game ft. Lil' Wayne - Lyrical Homicide: Just look at the names involved. Speaks for itself.
Hurrican Chris - Hand Clap: Everyone already knows Chris's claim to fame, but this track is just as lively as his first single, found here. Just no catch phrase with this one.
Jae Millz - Silver Surf: On a track I like to call Crank That Freestyle, Jae goes ahead and spits it just as hard as the songs originator, who you'll get to cop below.
Jay-Z ft. TI, Bun B - Pimpin' Is Born: Whoever mixed this track up needs to come see me so I can give them their props.
Kanye West ft. Lil' Wayne - Barry Bonds: A few things; one, having Kanye and Lil' Wayne on this track got me interested right away, and two, I wasn't sure if I liked it at first, but it grew on me.
Kanye West - Can't Tell Me Nothing: My favorite track so far off of Graduation. The lyricism is real tight.
Lil' Wayne ft. Juelz Santana - Poppin' Part 2
Lil' Wayne ft. Juelz Santana - Bad Side
Lil' Wayne - Outstanding: These three songs, all of mixtapes, show his range as a rapper, his consistently on tracks, and the fact that he's not dropping off the charts anytime soon.
The Pack - Robocop: I love to stay on my hyphy shit, on my Pack shit, and going stupid, dummy, retarded.
Ray L ft. Fabolous, Red Cafe - My Girls Got A Girlfriend Remix: This is one of those songs that I just find myself singin' the chorus over and over.
Saigon ft. Swizz Beatz - Don't You, Baby: More of an underground track, but it's got a mainstream feel too it. Good combination, all in all.
Sean Kingston ft. Fabolous, Lil' Boosie - Beautiful Girls Remix: As I began to type this song here, I figured if I was someone else, I would kick my ass just for listening to this more than once.
Soulja Boy - Crank That Soulja Boy Remix: Once I learned the dance, I was hooked. This mix is a bit more upbeat, and if someone would like to send me the original, I'll superman that hoe.
TI - Tell 'em I Said That: My favorite track from what I've heard off of his alter-ego album. He keeps it real from beginning to end.
Three 6 Mafia ft. The Game - Like Money: I don't know what it is about the Mafia, but they are some of the hardest rappers still out there, and with a West Coast heavy hitter like the game, this song could please both the occasional listener and those who listen to rap religiously, alike.
Tupac ft. Boot Camp Click - Initiated: This tracks off the new Pac album, and judging by this song, I might be throwing down a few bucks for it.
Twista ft. T Pain - Creep Fast: I've always been a fan of Twista's hurried flow, but combined with the sounds of Teddy Pain, this track makes it way into my next top ten list.

If you have trouble getting the joints, make sure you click "Download this File" above the streaming song, then the "Download Now" button, and the prompt to download it should show up automatically.

It's nice to be back.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Sorry all you loyal and not-so-loyal readers. It's been a while since I've last posted some tracks, but there's been problems with the server where I keep the music for you to download. In the meantime, here's my current playlist for you guys to check out, and maybe download a few tracks on your own.

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You could also check out my lastfm account to see what I'm listening to these days, and keep posting your suggestions.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Only Built 4 Hyper Linx...

It's been almost two months since I last posted, and now I'm hittin' you with hip-hop music of all kinds that I've been enjoying lately. As always you can make recommendations and I'd gladly check them out and potentially post them.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony ft. Akon - I Tried
Fabolous ft. Ne-Yo - Make Me Better
Musiq ft. Young Buck, TI - Buddy Remix
Ne-Yo ft. Jay-Z - Call Me Crazy
Ne-Yo ft. Kanye West - Because Of You Remix
Shop Boyz - Party Like A Rockstar
R.Kelly ft. Ludacris, Kid Rock - Rock Star

DJ's and Producers Doin' It Big
DJ Khaled ft. Akon, R. Kelly, Young Jeezy, T-Pain, Lil' Kim - We Takin Over Remix
DJ Khaled ft. Ja Rule, Jadakiss, Fat Joe - New York Is Back
DJ Khaled ft. Jeezy, Lil' Wayne, Rick Ross, Fat Joe, Juelz Santana - Brown Paper Bag
DJ Unk ft. T-Pain, Jim Jones, E-40 - 2 Step Remix
Kanye West - Can't Tell Me Nothing
Kanye West ft. Young Jeezy - Can't Tell Me Nothing Remix
Kanye West, Nas, Rakim, KRS One - Classic
Swizz Beatz ft. Fabolous, Cassidy - Big Things Poppin'
Swizz Beatz ft. Lil Wayne, R.Kelly and Jadakiss - It's Me Bitches Remix

The Best of Underground
Common - The People
The Cool Kids - Gold and a Pager
The Cool Kids - Mikey Rocks
Dilated Peoples - Spit It Clearly
El-P ft. Trent Reznor - Flyentology
Joell Ortiz ft. Jadakiss, Saigon - Hip-Hop Remix
Papoose ft. Busta Rhymes - Drop It
Talib Kweli ft. Sa-Ra - Feel The Bass

East Coast
Freeway ft. Sleepy Brown - Some Say Yes
Jay-Z - ASAP Freestyle
Jay-Z ft. Notorious BIG - Allure Remix

West Coast
Devin the Dude ft. Snoop Dogg, Andre 3000 - What A Job
The Federation - I Only Wear My White T's Once Remix
The Game - Beautiful Life
The Game - Body Bags
The Game - Murda
The Game - Still Me
The Game - Wont Stop

"Third Coast"
Juvenile ft. BG - What's Happenin' Remix
Mike Jones ft. Bun B, Snoop Dogg - My '64
R.Kelly ft. Chamillionaire - Get Dirty
R.Kelly ft. Snoop Dogg - Double Up
Rick Ross ft. Money Malc, Dre, DJ Khaled - We All In Remix
Slim Thug - Wood Grain Wheels
TI - Big Shit Poppin'
TI ft. Wyclef Jean - You Know What It Is
Twista ft. Pharrell - Give It Up
Twista ft. R.Kelly - This Is Why I'm Cold
UGK - Top Drop Dyne
UGK ft. Outkast - International Players Anthem
UGK ft. TI - Hit Da Block
Young Jeezy ft R.Kelly, Bun B, Jadakiss - Go Getta Remix
Young Jeezy ft. USDA - Corporate Thugs

Dipset, G-Unit, Gimmicks
50 Cent - Straight To The Bank
Cam'ron - Get 'em Girl
Cam'ron - Suga Dooga
Duke Da God ft. Freekey Zekey, Juelz Santana, Jim Jones - Suga Dooga Part 2
Duke Da God ft. Juelz Santana, JR Writer, Hell Rell - More Than Music

Way Underground
Butta Verses ft. Lucien - Jones In Ya Bones
Dizzee Rascal - Pussyhole
Dizzee Rascal - Sirens
Obie Trice - Detroit Summer
Pharoahe Monche - What It Is
Redman - Freestyle, Freestyle
Redman - Shut 'Em Down
Spank Rock, Amanda Blank, Ghostface Killah - Crambodia Remix
Styles P ft. AZ - The Hardest

And since it's been this long, in the next few days I'm going to come up with a top 15 instead of the usual top 10, and I'll write a little about each joint. Enjoy.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

I Am The Ballot In The Box, The Bullet In The Gun

For all you readers out there, you know I'm here to keep you up on what's real good out in the hip-hop world. Now it's your turn.

I'm looking for readers to send in what they think is hot out there. You can recommend posts and topics, you can comment on what you think I've done right, and tell me what you like and what you didn't like so much.

Most importantly, I want to know specifically what new songs you think are hot out there; any fresh joints that might have slipped passed my radar of dopeness. I want to be able to post not only what I think is nice out there; I want to share all your ideas too, with your due credit, of course.

Drop me a line at, or even better, comment my blog itself. Props to Timmy Wang for the idea.

March Madne$$

If you haven't seen the show, you're missing out. Huey Freeman is one down to earth brotha. This song gets me every time.
Asheru - Boondocks Theme Song

I posted the orignal Not A Criminal last month and here is Chamillionaire's remix to the joint. I'm not sure which version I feel more.
Chamillionaire ft. Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes - Not A Criminal Remix

If this was a rap supergroup, they'd be tearin' it up. Nice callabo put together by DJ Khaled with many note-worthy artists.
DJ Khaled ft. Akon, T.I., Baby, Lil' Wayne, Rick Ross - We Takin' Over

If you like Fall Out Boy, Kanye's verse might not me the thing for you. In this unofficial remix, Kanye knocks on FOB with a more uptempo backgroup track.
Fall Out Boy ft. Kanye West - This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race Remix

As a fan of Fort Minor's work and their collaboration, I was highly impressed by what they produced here. Even Juelz was able to stand up to the mic without lookin' like a fool around this group of heavy-hittin' lyricists.
Fort Minor ft. DemiGodz, Juelz Santana - From Top To Bottom

As much as I regret to admit it, I'm sort of a closet Gym Class Heroes fan. This song mixes their rock flaire and smoothe, hip-hop lyrics quite nicely.
Gym Class Heroes - 4th Period, Clothes Off

Ever since Get Lifted, I've enjoyed listening to John Legend and his soulful sounds. With The Clipse on his newest single, no one can go wrong. Heaven only knows.
John Legend ft. The Clipse - Heaven Remix

While we can count on J.T. to get in touch with the ladies in a more understanding way, Rick Ross and Pitbull keep it real, rappin' about gettin' ladies and the occasional affair.
Justin Timberlake ft. Rick Ross, Pitbull - What Goes Around

I can't tell you why it is I like this song so much, but Lil' B holds it down without his other three Pack members and he lets the ladies know just what he wants. As straight forward as these lyrics may be, I still had to get on this joint.
The Pack (Lil' B) - Drip 4 A Stunna

I'm sure we all have a little love for Disney in us, but leave it to the West Coast rap group, The Pack, to turn it into something real for all you ladies out there.
The Pack - Show You The World

This dude can hold it down. Concentrating mostly on an electronic/house feel to the rap game, Pase Rock of the group Spank Rock, keeps his lyricism together from start to finish.
Pase Rock - Bloc Party Freestyle

One of my favorite songs of the month of March. R.Kelly tells it how it is, TI keeps it gansta and T Pain makes sure all of us remember that he was once in love with a stripper.
R.Kelly ft. TI, T Pain - I'm A Flirt Remix

After working with many big name artists in his career, it's tough to come back to the game and keep steady. This track is the first released of his newest album Red Gone Wild, which is coming out March 27th. To tell you the truth, I won't be pickin' up a copy or downloading the album myself; maybe a track here and there.
Redman - Walk On

As well-respected and talented as Saigon is an underground rapper, it's not easy job to follow up a air-tight verse by the The Game. The first verse is definately the strongest all around, but the rest of the song tells one hell of a story.
Saigon ft. The Game, BG - Pain In My Life Remix

This was a dope song to begin with and the remix by Ratatat makes it that much doper.
Slim Thug ft. Bun B, TI - 3 Kings Remix

The Streets is a rapper from overseas, England to be exact. You're probably not used to him delivery; the quick flows and almost foreign diction makes him a killa on the mic. Ghost definately knows how to seal the deal.
The Streets ft. Ghostface Killah - Thrilla Remix

This has got to be one of the toughest songs out. Not only is Three 6 one group of hardcore dudes, but this track is straight from the Rocky Balboa Soundtrack. Now if Rocky is gonna get up to this song, then why not give it a listen.
Three 6 Mafia - It's A Fight

Wu-Tang affiliated Wisemen have a definately underground feel as they rap over an almost elementary background track. They definately do a good job of makin' the Clan proud.
The Wisemen ft. GZA - Associated

This is just a snippet of the song 9mm's remix. I'm on the look-out for the full version because I'm definately impressed by what I heard so far. Wu-Tang Clan ain't nuttin' to f*%# wit'.
Wu-Tang - 9mm Remix

I guess this is the year of the remix. The original track got our speakers bumpin', the remix has got most of the same lyrics we loved the first time. With a bass-boosted track and a line-up of lyricists to help Jibbs hold it down, this track is better than the first.
Young Jibbs ft. Chamillionaire, Lil' Wayne, Yo Gotti, Chingy - King Kong Remix

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

I'm Demandin' Respect.

The video concept is nice. Just thought I'd share. Three 6 and Chamillionaire were never rappers I expected to hear together, but I must say, I'm not disappointed.

Keep it dope boy fresh.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

CT Sit Down...

...and pop in J.R. Dirty's newest cd, Down In The Cut - CT Stand Up, which will be up for sale tomorrow. The cd's are rumored to be selling for $5, and below i have featured the official track listing from Dirty himself. You can chose to copy and paste it from here or simply download the text file below and print it. In about a month I may decide to post up the songs for download, but do the local talent a favor and pony up the five bucks.

Down In The Cut - CT Stand Up

1. Intro
2. Whole City Behind Me
3. Who I Be
4. I'm Hot
5. The Future
6. Ghetto
7. You Probably Heard of Me
8. Mandatory
9. Murder Shit
10. Pop Off
11. Get Money
12. Cloud 9
13. Interlude
14. J.R.'s Town
15. Did It All
16. I Don't Love You
17. Pay Attention
18. Fuck Wit Your Boy
19. Still Feel me
20. Connecticut Stand Up
21. By Your Side
22. Dead Presidents

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

The Second Coming

This post isn't just to give readers a few more songs to download, but it is also to announce the final official release of our own J.R. Dirty's second album which we have been expecting from September of '06. Most of us were impressed with his first drop, Down In The Cut, and we expect that much more from his next album. With several original cuts from his freshman album along with more than enough fresh music, this is sure to be another one to get us talkin'.

In the meantime, here's a few more tracks that are "fresh to death."

Chamillionaire ft. Akon - Ridin' Overseas
Chamillionaire - Not A Criminal
Chingy ft. Jermaine Dupri - Dem Jeans
The Clipse ft. The Re-Up Gang - Ain't Cha
DJ Jazzy Jeff ft. Rhymefest - Jeff 'N' Fess
Fat Joe ft. R.Kelly, Lil' Wayne, Baby, T.I - Make It Rain Remix
The Game ft. Kanye West - Wouldn't Get Far
Juelz Santana - The Second Coming (ripped from the recent Nike Commercial)
Kanye West - Throw Some D's Freestyle
Lil' Jon ft. Three 6 Mafia - Act A Fool
Rich Boy ft. Lil' Flip, Andre 3000, Jim Jones, Murphy Lee, The Game - Throw Some D's Remix
Snoop Dogg ft. The Game - Gangbangin' 101
Three 6 Mafia ft. Chamillionaire - Dope Boy Fresh
Young Buck - Get Buck
Young Gunz ft. Mase - If You Don't Give A Fuck
Young Jeezy ft. R.Kelly - Go Getta
Z-Ro ft. Devin The Dude, Juvenile - The Mule Remix

Oh, and here's an unorthodox throwback track that everyone my age will truely be grateful for...

...and props to Kanye for this pleasant surprise.

Friday, January 19, 2007

Time To Get Up & Wipe The Eye Boogers Out My Eye

This post is for the sake of any readers who may be disappointed with me and my lack of posts. I don't have a lot of spare time on my hands these days, what with wrestling and school and all, but for now here are just a mess of songs for you to enjoy. Some are older, some brand new, others so underground they haven't even come out yet. I'll play with this post and expand it a little later. Stay funky fresh.

Busta Rhymes - Just Gettin' Warm
Cee-lo ft. Timbaland - I'll Be Around
Clipse ft. Slim Thug - Wamp Wamp Remix
Clipse ft. Ab-Liva, Rosco - Ride Around Shinning
Common - I Have A Dream
Common - Play Your Cards Right
Eminem ft. Obie Trice - Pistol Pistol Remix
Fam-Lay ft. Pharrell - Hit Me On My Beeper
Fat Joe ft. Lil' Wayne - Make It Rain
Fat Joe ft. The Game - Breathe and Stop
The Game ft. Eazy E - Compton Remix
The Game - I'm Chillin'
Ghostface Killah ft. Trife - Be Easy
Ghostface Killah - Shakey Dog
Heiroglyphics - Classic
Jay-Z - Lost Ones
Joe Budden - Unforgiven
Lil' Wayne - Stuntin' Like My Daddy Remix
Method Man - Fall Out
Method Man - Konichiwa Bitches
Mike Jones - Mr. Jones
Mos Def - Undeniable
Nas ft. Jay-Z - Black Republican
Nas ft. Kanye West -Still Dreaming
Nas ft. - Hip Hop Is Dead
The Pack - Candy
Papoose - Bring Your Guns
Rich Boy - Throw Some D's
Roscoe Umali ft. E40, J. Black - Live It Up
Saigon - Desperado
Snoop Dogg ft. E40- Candy
Snoop Dogg - Real Talk
Styles P - Testify
Talib Kweli & Madlib ft. Consequence - Engine Runnin'
Talib Kweli & Madlib - Over The Counter
Talib Kweli & Madlib ft. Strong Arm Steady - The Function
Young Jeezy ft. Timbaland - 3 A.M.
Young Jeezy - I Luv It