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Mick Boogie x U-N-I – Before There Was Love

Says Mick:

I finally got to work with one of my favorite new groups in hiphop… the fellas from U-N-I… and let me tell you… this mixtape is crazy. With production from Ro Blvd, 6th Sense, Dibia$e and more… and guest features including Talib Kweli, Evidence, Fashawn, Mickey Factz, Black Milk and my wedding videographer Tunji…lol… this shit is nuts from beginning to the end. And, of course, special Press Play show interludes complete the mix.

Hit the jump for the track list and download link.

1. Mick Boogie Intro
2. Cali Soul f/ Shawn Jackson and Hope (prod. by Dibia$e)
3. See LA f/ Damani (prod. by Faahz)
4. Cast’ Em Out (prod. by Dibia$e)
5. The Press Play Show Interlude Part 1
6. On Tour f/ Bambu (prod. by Ro Blvd)
7. Think About It f/6th Sense & Vandalyzm (prod. by 6th Sense)
8. Half Off f/ Evidence
9. Run Son f/ El Prez, 310, C-San, & Casey Veggies (prod. by Ro Blvd)
10. Stakes is High (prod. by 6th Sense)
11. The Press Play Show Interlude Part 2
12. Beautiful Day Remix f/ Big Pooh, Evidence, Aloe Blacc, Kes Kaos, Mickey Factz, Fashawn, & Theo (prod. by Dibia$e))
13. Yesterday (prod. by Ski Team)
14. Hey Neighbor (prod. by Ro Blvd)
15. Wildin’ f/ Chen Lo & Tunji (prod. by Ro Blvd)
16. The Press Play Show Interlude Part 3
17. Castle Vee Re-Up f/ Black Milk (prod. by Dibia$e)
18. Arcade Fly Remix f/ Wildabeast, 6th Sense, Buff1, Donny Goines, Fashawn
19. Night Nurse (prod. by Cook Classics)
20. Relax f/ Fashawn (prod. by FredNukes)
21. Return f/Talib Kweli (prod. by Bannon)
22. Mainstream Consumers f/ Free Speech & Bambu (prod. by Ro Blvd)
23. Monster f/ Shawn Jackson (prod. by Jaguar Skills)
24. Vitamin B f/ Curtains (prod. by Bannon)
25. The Press Play Show Interlude Part 4
26. Start My Day f/ H.O.P.E. (prod. by Ro Blvd)
27. Herb f/Co$$ & Bad Lucc (prod. by Ro Blvd)

Download: Mick Boogie x U-N-I – Before There Was Live

Previously: U-N-I ft. Talib Kweli – Return | U-N-I – A Love Supreme Sessions (Loved Ones) (Video) | U-N-I feat. Shawn Jackson – Monster + Windows | U-N-I feat. H.O.P.E. & Shawn Jackson – Cali Soul


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23 Responses to “Mick Boogie x U-N-I – Before There Was Love”

  1. pheezy Says:

    Hi.

  2. SDP Says:

    # M.Tyson Says:
    January 27th, 2009 at 11:53 pm

    ^^

    damn…stillmatic > any nas album
    ——————————————
    no dice illmatic is the greatest hiphop album of all time to argue or claim otherwise is basically trying to think out of the box..it maybe not be your favorite but the 98 Yanks are the best team ever even if your a fan of a another team you have no argument
    # SDP Says:
    January 27th, 2009 at 11:59 pm

    no dice illmatic is the greatest hiphop album of all time to argue or claim otherwise is basically trying to think out of the box..it maybe not be your favorite but the 98 Yanks are the best team ever even if your a fan of a another team you have no argument

    ^^

    there are no Hip-Hop Gods

    there is no Hip-Hop court

    there is no Hip-Hop judge

    so whatever you just said is totally irrelevant.

    it’s an opinion and there are 6 billion opinions in this world.

    meaning your top 5 is going to be different from everybody else’s.

    yeah ..you’ll go to an all hiphop show..say..like rock the bells..i guarantee you..you will not find identical top 10’s…people will argue…fuss and fight..like their opinion is law….well guess what…..its not…and dats hiphop

    when people say something is the greatest..they’re obvious fans of it…otherwise why would they be acknowledging and respecting it’s greatness…or be debating it’s greatness all the time?

  3. SDP Says:

    just 24 minutes left!!

  4. eskay Says:

    I don’t like the clothes these guys are wearing so I can’t listen to their music. (c) the average Nah Right commenter.

  5. fuckyall Says:

    nah UNI is dope. seen em live.

  6. SDP Says:

    yo eskay u postin tha live stream of weezys single debut or what?

  7. eskay Says:

    ^whatdya you think

  8. M.Tyson Says:

    there are no Hip-Hop Gods true

    there is no Hip-Hop court true

    there is no Hip-Hop judge true

    so whatever you just said is totally irrelevant. still wrong

    it’s an opinion and there are 6 billion opinions in this world.

    meaning your top 5 is going to be different from everybody else’s.

    yeah ..you’ll go to an all hiphop show..say..like rock the bells..i guarantee you..you will not find identical top 10’s…people will argue…fuss and fight..like their opinion is law….well guess what…..its not…and dats hiphop

    when people say something is the greatest..they’re obvious fans of it…otherwise why would they be acknowledging and respecting it’s greatness…or be debating it’s greatness all the time?

    ——————————————————
    thing is im not arguing not going to try argue top 5..cuz like you said opinion can go 6 billion ways but im not a hip hop judge and part of the hip hop court cuz there is none but to me #1 hip hop album to ME there is no arguement the rest of the 4 ok thats your opinion..i wouldnt consider my self a nas fan even though i have the first 4 albums so im not doing talkin typical stannary

  9. SDP Says:

    ^whatdya you think

    ^^

    thats why your site is the best site in the muthafukin world. fuck wut u hear.

  10. yaboy Says:

    that prom queen garbo?

    *leaves*

  11. SDP Says:

    @ M.tyson

    point taken

  12. SDP Says:

    # yaboy Says:
    January 28th, 2009 at 12:21 am

    that prom queen garbo?

    *leaves*

    ^^

    let me help you find your door sir.. —————————>

  13. Darth Cipher Says:

    there are no Hip-Hop Gods

    there is no Hip-Hop court

    there is no Hip-Hop judge

    so whatever you just said is totally irrelevant.

    it’s an opinion and there are 6 billion opinions in this world.

    meaning your top 5 is going to be different from everybody else’s.

    yeah ..you’ll go to an all hiphop show..say..like rock the bells..i guarantee you..you will not find identical top 10’s…people will argue…fuss and fight..like their opinion is law….well guess what…..its not…and dats hiphop

    when people say something is the greatest..they’re obvious fans of it…otherwise why would they be acknowledging and respecting it’s greatness…or be debating it’s greatness all the time?
    ^^^

    hell has frozen over, cause for once i agree with you
    *shivers in realization*

  14. pfunktheking Says:

    eskay Says:
    January 28th, 2009 at 12:07 am
    I don’t like the clothes these guys are wearing so I can’t listen to their music. (c) the average Nah Right commenter.

    ^
    I think some of the commenters are becoming more open (nh)
    but yea, a lot of people judge by appearance, but if they close their eyes (nhjic)
    and just listen, it shouldn’t even matter what another man wears.
    at the end of the day good music is good music..

  15. ant Says:

    midnight league basketball games in my hood>>>>>>

  16. Dre Says:

    nation follow me on twitter so I can DM u.

  17. SDP Says:

    hell has frozen over, cause for once i agree with you
    *shivers in realization*

    ^^^

    lol

  18. M.Tyson Says:

    eskay Says:
    January 28th, 2009 at 12:07 am
    I don’t like the clothes these guys are wearing so I can’t listen to their music. (c) the average Nah Right commenter.

    ———————————————————–
    it makes perfect sense to me cuz if you see rapper with all diffrent kinds rainbows and tight pants..where do you think his/her music is going the answer is left and i guess that movement but some arent ready for that…now if a dude rock a black timbs,a hoodie etc where do you think he going with his music

  19. eskay Says:

    >>it makes perfect sense to me cuz if you see rapper with all diffrent kinds rainbows and tight pants..where do you think his/her music is going the answer is left and i guess that movement but some arent ready for that…now if a dude rock a black timbs,a hoodie etc where do you think he going with his music

    what if you never saw a picture of the rapper and you just heard the song and liked it.

  20. M.Tyson Says:

    what if you never saw a picture of the rapper and you just heard the song and liked it.
    —————————————————-
    then i would check for that artist next track if he or she happens to like to wear pink and orange shirts then so be it but Cool Kids,Lupe,CH types music has never done anything for me so ill give a listen or 2 but that it really..

  21. Mr.Londoner Says:

    that dood on the right looks like skillz in that pic.. A LOT

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