Sunday, January 27, 2008

The Biggest Boss That You Seen Thus Far

It's about that time again where people start letting me know that I've been slacking and that the want the re-up. Who am I to deny readers of what they want? Well gangstas and gangstaettes, check out these new songs from my most recent search for new jams.

What follows is a nice mix of twenty-something pieces of urban culture for you to sample with a little bit of an OG's commentary.

2 Pistols ft. T-Pain - She Got It :: The radio will love this one.
Bun B ft. Sean Kingston - That's Gangsta :: It doesn't get any harder than this.
Cam'ron - Pass The Dutchie :: Oh, what a sample can do for a song.
The Clipse ft. The Re-Up Gang - 20K Money Makin' Brothers On The Corner :: Who knew someone could rap about cooking repeatedly while still stayin' fresh.
The Cool Kids - Pump Up The Volume Remix :: Check out their television spot.
Del Tha Funkee Homosapien - Bubble Pop :: Del does for the rap game what retro dunks do for sneakers.
DJ Drama ft. Nelly, T.I., Diddy, Yung Joc, Willie The Kid, Young Jeezy, Twista - 5000 Ones :: This shows that Khaled isn't the only one that can put ish together.
Ghostface Killah vs. Jay-Z - Success at the Apollo :: A fan of both songs.
Gillie The Kid ft. Freeway, Peedi Crakk - Get Down On The Ground Remix :: Self-proclaimed "King of Philly" brings the heat with a dope supporting cast.
Kidz In The Hall - Drivin' Down The Block :: These backpack rappers apparently know what they're doing.
Lupe Fiasco - Little Weapon :: This reaches Slick Rick-storytellin' status.
Mike Jones ft. Hurricane Chris - Drop And Give Me Fifty :: He busted it wide open and shook it on the floor?
Papoose ft. Busta Rhymes, Big Lou - Last Lyricists :: This track keeps it gutter.
Pharrell ft. N.E.R.D. - Everyone Nose :: Anyone else find this strangely intriguing.
Ray Cash - With A G :: And I though he was gone for good.
Rick Ross ft. T Pain - The Boss :: The Rick Ross/T Pain Combo does it for me.
Rick Ross ft. R. Kelly, Baby, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Lil' Wayne, Lil' Boosie, DJ Khaled - Speedin' Remix :: The variety made me like it better than the original.
The Roots vs. The Beatles - Pity The Child/Come Together :: I know this isn't new, but I think everyone needs to be on this.
Saigon ft. Memphis Bleek - Ryders (Da Ville To Da Stuy) :: Sai doesn't get nearly enough credit.
Three 6 Mafia ft. UGK - One Some Chrome :: Rip Pimp C.
Usher ft. Ludacris - Dat Girl Right There :: Make no mistake, this isn't only for the ladies.
Wiz Khalifa - Say Yeah :: The sample alone is worth the listen.
Young Buck - New York City :: This is the better of his two newly released songs.
Young Chris - Nowhere :: Post-Young Gunz, he's flowing better than ever.

Until next time, take it Eazy F. Baby.