Ummmmm hwat? Did I miss something? Who let this collaboration be okay? What is this world coming to? SMH! In all honesty though this joint is pretty fresh.
Maybe it’s just me but I haven’t been feeling Sean’s music lately. He is losing me here. I don’t know, I’m not feeling this song but you guys might. Shouts to YourAudioFix.
Young Cole drops a reference joint for Diddy’s “Last Train to Paris.” Make sure you grab that itch below. Shouts to YourAudioFix.
Actual Proof Feat. Cutlass Reid, Skewby, Naledge, Add-2, Kendrick Lamar, Brittany Street, The Kid Daytona & Laws: Super Genius (Prod. 9th Wonder)
DAMN! Enjoy this epic track off Actual Proof’s upcoming project “Genius: The Talented 10th,” coming soon.
I’m calling this Mac’s ode to Halloween. Just thank me and enjoy.
After a long wait, the kid T.R@BB drops his new mixtape entitled, “The Difference 2.” Be sure to DOWNLOAD!
Em will just give anyone a feature I guess, smh! I think I’m about to go ask. Make sure you pay attention what sounds like Nicki throwing shots (second verse). Shouts to MFP.
U Dot Fam’s Esohel links up with Sense Hernandez of Beast Factory Films to shoot “Take Notes”, produced by Dynamic, off of his upcoming mixtape “eSsential”. The video was shot at 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center in Long Island City, New York, which is considered to be the world’s premiere “graffiti Mecca”. Thanks to Meres1 for the hospitality.
The official anthem is finally here. DJ Absolut has gone in and linked up with Joell Ortiz, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Cassidy & Sheek (The Lox). Be sure to grab this one of a kind cut below. Lookout for more and enjoy.
Here’s a Halloween mix from Meta featuring a host of ghoulish classic hip-hop and dark newschool beats from the likes of Gravediggaz, Exile, Samiyam, Snoop Dogg, Biggie, Cella Dwellas, Dr. Dre, Slugabed, Metabeats, Darkhouse Fam, David Axelrod, Om Unit & Elucid this mix is the neck snapping soundtrack to your night of darkness.
BOOM! Hows that to kick off your Saturday morning.
Hard Knock Tv’s Nick Huff Barili caught up with Wiz Khalifa to talk about New Album including working with Snoop and wanting to work with Pharrell, turning down tour with Drake, and more. Video stars off with Wiz showing off his martial arts skills and smoking out in preparation for interview. Once the interview gets going he tells Nick why he thinks Atlantic is going to be a better fit that Warner Bros for him, what Taylor Gang means, how he sees J Cole, Wale and others as his peers, listening to music out side the Hip Hop genre like Angela Bofill and Animal Collective, how he meet Curren$y (Jets), how him and Yelawolf kick it during the tour. Wiz also shares what his next tattoo is going to be. Taylor Gang or be poor and vote republican!
I had a hunch this would drop today. “Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager” drops November 9th. Shouts to Perajok.
Part one was dope and you can expect part 2 to be just as dope, who knows maybe more epic than the first show. Either way I’m expecting this show to amazing with Performances from Scheme, Add-2, PLA, and others. Along with a beat show case from producers AntonGenius, Nascent, Ill Brown, and more. You can’t go wrong with this event. The only way you could is if you don’t come out and show love. Just make sure to cop your tickets online now to get them cheaper. Hope to see all of Chicago supporting.
Where: The Abbey – 3420 W Grace – Chicago, IL
When: Friday, November 12 @ 9:00pm, doors open @ 8:00pm
Dj of the night: Dj JRell
Hosted by: I.Q.
Tickets $10 in advance
$12 at the door
…PLA of U Dot Fam
Tragedy Tha Beast w/Kenlo Key
Beat Show Case:
Quality The Producer
Let me share with you guys the first single off VISUAL’S upcoming album, “Working Class Legend: OVERTIME” which will be released November 23rd. OVERTIME is a project with four new songs and eight remixes. So get ready for one jam packed album. Stay on watch and #SupportChiCityHipHop!
Before I get a few hours of nappage I leave you guys with this material from Tayyib Ali. Tayyib is a dope talent in which I was put onto by my good friends over @ MostlyJunkfood. These three singles serve as an amp to help get you get ready for his upcoming project “Eighteen.” Look for the full lengther to drop on the 1st of November. For now enjoy what you have and make sure you stay tuned for more.
EMS producer/rapper, Kore, brings you his first solo mixtape offering “Snack Time” with features from his own EMS crew (M-Dot, Mayhem, Revalation, Strick 9) & more!!
Kore brings a fun vibe mixed with a producer’s ear to his tracks, seemlessly blending feel good music together that is definitely enjoyable and appropriately titled “Snack Time” Presented by RockTheDub.com, DotGotIt.com & TheGrindaily.com
Today JayLee has dropped his debut project “UpstateOfMind” which is hosted by none other than DJ Sight (Team Invasion). This 12 track mixtape features production from M.Will the Shogun, Kajmir Royale, Izzy the Kid, Tall Black Guy & more. Make sure you gibe JayLee your time and peep the project below. Look for more to come soon.
Here’s a song and some artwork that people have been asking me about for about a year since I put it up on myspace late 2008 (hence the title)… Apollo re-worked the beat a little from the original as well as I re-recorded and mixed it with Magnetic at the DISC.. I want to leak the song because people have been asking me about it but it definitely sheds more of a reflection of music I was making in 08 apposed to the new body of work (currently untitled) that is only a month or so away from being completed…
You may also see that it says “Mr.Chief” well let the jokes ensue, but yes I have added the Mr. to my moniker for the simple fact of refining search engines to where if you look for the work you may now find me instead of Native Americans and police officers
Winner’s Circle, a DMV crew composed of the entire roster from Raheem Devaughn‘s 368 Music label, has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring fans their debut street release. 368 FTW Vol. 1, which takes its name (as does the label), from the three digits used to spell “DMV” on a telephone keypad, features 22 brand new tracks from DeVaughn, Phil Adé, Dee Boy, Da Phuture and Stello. Included are Booth-acclaimed leaks “BMF,” “From the Cops,” “Til the Lights Come On” and “368 Killin’ Em.” DJ Money, who mixed the street album, makes the sole guest appearance, and beats come courtesy of Mark Henry, Thelonious Dre, Sakwe and Arsonal.