Monthly Archives: January 2012
N.O.R.E. drops a new posse cut “Lehhhgooo” with Busta Rhymes, Game and Waka Flocka. Listen as all four of them go in on this tune inspired by Chris Brown’s “Lehhhgooo” slogan. This will live off N.O.R.E.’s upcoming Crack On Steroids project dropping soon.
After a few months of anticipation, San Diego native Ta’East drops his LP, The Popular Stranger. Features include some of California’s rising stars such as Stevie Crooks, Casey Veggies, Skeme, Kent Money and more. Home team producer, Cairo Mayeson, made his mark with this project and was backed up by Roosevelt, Ken Price and Amsterdam’s, Tois De Noise.
Yesterday we heard The C.U.’s own Brett Bino rip into that “Pretty Flacko” and today he throws some flows over some Neptunes beats while he gets on his “Billionaire Boys Shxt.” He definetly need to get in that studio with Pharrell, I’m sure a lot of fire would come out of that studio session. This Calls For Champagne is coming soon.
OS REWIND: The C.U. – Pretty Flacko Freestyle
Ghosty is back and he’s bringing some bars with him. The 58s member gets busy over some smooth boom bap provided by Jay Card. Be on the lookout for another Ghosty solo tape coming soon.
As promised, Cris Cab delivers his newest project Echo Boom presented by Billionaires Boys Club. With features and production coming from Pharrell Williams, Wyclef Jean, Mavado, Melanie Fiona, Christian Rich, 88-Keys and many more you sure are in for a helluva project. Track listing and download link after the jump.
Indianapolis singer Tiara Thomas who is part of Wale’s The Board Administration released her hot and sexy new single “Nikki” to the internets. This is definitely some bed room music and should get the party started once this is played. The sexual single is set to appear on her as of yet title EP coming soon presented by The Board Administration.
Produced by Kelson Camp.
As scheduled, here is GT’s new mixtape, N.F.L (Nice For Life) hosted by DJ Cannon Banyon. The mixtape contains 13 new tracks to hold his fans over until his Diary Of A Winter EP drops in April on here. Track listing and download link after the jump.
AmilCAR drops yet another thoughtful track as he sends a message to all the street people out there banging. Here’s what AmilCAR had to say about this banger.
I’ve had this song in my archives since the Summer of 2011.
I wrote this after reading a southern newspaper article on a KKK member’s letter of admiration for street gangs.
This song is about how gangs that we’re originally created to Unite our people
have more so divided us for the past 40 years & the conspiracy behind that change.
I felt it was necessary to release this today in Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
One of our Leaders, who was Assassinated while fighting to Unite us.
The production is from DJ Burn One’s “Ashtray” Instrumental Mixtape.
Which I would have to say was the most dynamic instrumental mixtape released in 2011.
Ryshon Jones doesn’t quit as he takes us through his “Process & Sacrifice” on another new one he released since dropping his latest project Brightest Nights, Darkest Days. This one is produced by Talen Ted and sounds tight as fuck.
After giving us many teaser’s on what he’s got in store for us, Bodega BAMZ is now ready to serve us with the heat from his upcoming project, Sidewalk Exec. Here is the 1st single off Sidewalk Exec. called “100 Keep It” produced by V’Don with features from Smoke DZA & Willie The Kid. The Sidewalk Exec. is a collaboration EP with both East Harlem representatives Bodega BAMZ and producer V’Don.
Rick Ross and Dr. Dre have been bff’s lately, as the good doctor showed up for Ross’ birthday party this past weekend in Miami. The BAWSE took some time out to speak to MTV about what it was like meeting with Dre and how his advice has changed him as an artist already. Have they cooked up anything yet? We’ll find out soon enough.
One thing we always appreciated about Don Trip is his honesty. Today, he continues the artist/song title trend with “Allen Iverson.” In between verses, there are clips of AI interviews from the past including his infamous “We’re talking about practice!” speech.
Young Gliss enlists a few fellow rappers for this new posse cut “No One Can Stop Us Now” with Prodigy, Jon Connor, Lo Keys, Killer Mike and Just Shawn on the hook. After dropping this bomb on us hopefully he can now get his new project Glimmer out sooner than later.
Produced by Big Rooth.
HA!!!! These dudes said, “We thought that blood and sweat were about Wade and Lebron, and tears was about Chris Bosh.” (RE: Blood, Sweat & Tears album title). That’s classic.
OS REWIND: Its The Real: “The Check-In” (feat. Miguel)
A little late, but the Harlem spitter Vado raps over that A$AP Rocky fire that’s been lighting up the streets for the past few months. We’re still waiting for that official collab with Cam and Vado. Hopefully it happens soon. SLIME!
OS REWIND: Vado & Fabolous “Okay Ya’ll” [Behind The Scenes]