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.
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It's nice to be back.