Truck North – Timeless Ageless (prod. by Havoc)

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This new song by Truck North will be featured on author Todd Craig’s Tor’cha 2.0: We Back And You Mad About It mixtape that goes hand in hand with his novel “Tor’cha.” The mixtape drops next Monday.

Truck North – Timeless Ageless (prod. by Havoc) | Mediafire

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Hit the jump for more info about the book/mixtape.

tor’cha (tor-ture)- the novel and custom CD-ROM: you’ll NEVER see another urban novel like this!?!

“Todd Craig’s writing can hold more weight than the mighty 59th St. Bridge during rush hour. He is a combo of Zora Neale Hurston and Bonz Malone. A classic New York slice of pizza, hold the swine.” —Bobbito Garcia (author, DJ)

tor’cha, the ten-chapter novel, is a coming of age story of three African-American brothers growing up in the inner-city. Each chapter is based on one of the Ten Commandments, while drawing its moral from Supreme Mathematics, an Islamic concept originated from the Nation of Gods and Earths. In each chapter, one of the three brothers is faced with the choice of breaking one of the Ten Commandments (before, during or after), and Craig illuminates the tension and often “torturous” throws of each situation. Narrated by an insider, readers are engaged by three iconic young black males tempted and tested again and again in their struggle to be moral men in a corrupt world. As if this engaging literary text were not enough, tor’cha comes complete with a FREE interactive CD-ROM, which includes four music projects, a e-graphic comic, and photo-flipbook documentary behind the scenes with the CD-ROM artists. With songs written for and dedicated to the book combined with songs heavily aligned with the mood and feel of the novel, the CD-ROM includes songs by various artists including Mobb Deep, Big Noyd, Truck North, Reef the Lost Cauze, Kam Moye (Supastition), Kice of Course, and highlights production from Havoc, Mr. Len, Bear-One, Rich Medina, Sid Roams and a large cast of hip-hop’s favorite characters.

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www.blackerinkwells.com
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44 Responses to “Truck North – Timeless Ageless (prod. by Havoc)”

  1. Digital Scales Says:

    That’s a fucking lie Rigga

  2. RIGZ Says:

    Ahahahahahhaa

    *Daps Woodrophonics*

    whats the gospel?

  3. cOLD Says:

    get a room you two

  4. Mag Says:

    # – keka – Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 6:42 pm

    dang, who on nahright is following chris brown?
    ^

    I don’t even have a twitter account. But I heard he spazzed out on twitter… I guess I missed it.

  5. RIGZ Says:

    LOL @ the Nah comments section

    I Am Nation.

  6. London Bloke Says:

    Yo I jus watch bad Santa for the first time

    that’s a top-class movie you made eskay. Shit had me dyin. And your bitter personality only enhanced your (n) role

    bad Santa > 90% comedies released this year

  7. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Sup

  8. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    hiphopdx.com/index/news/id.10275/title.memphis-bleek-on-beanie-sigel-thats-my-brother

  9. cOLD Says:

    Bleek is a class act.

  10. RIGZ Says:

    I kinda lost respect for Bleek when he said he dont even pick the songs for his album, he just lets Jay cut anything he wants off the tracklist…Even if its his favourite song…

    That shit aint serious lol

  11. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    M.A.D.E. had joints.

  12. verses Says:

    “I don’t know what the real problem is, fam,” replied Bleek when asked if money is the motivation behind Sigel’s verbal attacks. “We just did a show…um, how long ago was it? Jay gave us some spending money plus some old rocafella jersey after the show….Beanie went off and bought some pills and pawned off the rocafella jerseys for $10.00 I bought some more du rags. Plus with the jerseys, I can keep warm at night now. He (Jay) even drove me and Beans to the bus station after the show and gave us bus money to get home.”

  13. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    “I might wear black for a year straight.”

    One of the most influential lines of the year.

    Maybe it’s me, but everywhere I look niggaz is really rocking all black everything these days. That Young Money album cover hammers my point home even further. Them niggaz are usually colorful as hell.

  14. HAHAHAHAHA Says:

    peep how on the black album on “my first song” when jayz shouts out dame dash he adlibs “robbing the bank” lol beans wasnt lying

  15. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    # HAHAHAHAHA Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    peep how on the black album on “my first song” when jayz shouts out dame dash he adlibs “robbing the bank” lol beans wasnt lying
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Subtle shots. Lol.

  16. RIGZ Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    M.A.D.E. had joints.

    ^^

    Hard to find any Roc related albums with no ill shit on ’em…

  17. Eastern_Digital Says:

    “I might wear black for a year straight.”

    One of the most influential lines of the year.

    Maybe it’s me, but everywhere I look niggaz is really rocking all black everything these days. That Young Money album cover hammers my point home even further. Them niggaz are usually colorful as hell.

    ^^
    One glare and wink, everybody wearin pink >> Jay’s trendsetting

  18. Kid Stick Up Says:

    Gucci Mane ft. MF DOOM ohhh shiiit *head explodes*

    http://therapup.uproxx.com/2009/12/mf-doom-x-gucci-mane-money-dont-matter.html

  19. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    lol and smh if you think jay influenced dudes to dress”all back everything”

  20. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    ^ Why is that so far fetched? The nigga has devout myrmidons…

  21. Eastern_Digital Says:

    ^ Why is that so far fetched? The nigga has devout myrmidons…

    ^^
    cuz the nigga followed a trend, he didnt set one.

  22. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    Why is that so far fetched? The nigga has devout myrmidons…
    ^
    ’tis true but i meant as a trend, not just his misguided stanleys, attributing people wearing all black to jays influence is ridiculous, dudes were doing it years before he said that, jays the trend hopper

  23. KUTTA Says:

    # verses Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 7:45 pm

    “I don’t know what the real problem is, fam,” replied Bleek when asked if money is the motivation behind Sigel’s verbal attacks. “We just did a show…um, how long ago was it? Jay gave us some spending money plus some old rocafella jersey after the show….Beanie went off and bought some pills and pawned off the rocafella jerseys for $10.00 I bought some more du rags. Plus with the jerseys, I can keep warm at night now. He (Jay) even drove me and Beans to the bus station after the show and gave us bus money to get home.”

    ^^^^
    deaded.

  24. Jersey*made*me Says:

    lol and smh if you think jay influenced dudes to dress”all back everything”

    ^^

    lol if you really think he didn’t.It’s a damn shame how niggas let their hate for artists cloud their judgement.Who would’ve thought you’d see niggas rocking fucking plaid?Plaid?Are you fucking kidding me?Once Jim Jones,Cam,etc wore that shit,it took off.Nobody wore fucking all black down to the jewelry and belts before Jay Z,don’t be ridiculous.Sheesh.

  25. verses Says:

    your life is played out like Kwame and them fuckin polka dots

  26. RIGZ Says:

    # Shooter Mcgavin Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 8:12 pm

    lol and smh if you think jay influenced dudes to dress”all back everything”

    ^^^

    You underestimate the stupidity of Sheeple my friend lol

    Obviously people been rocking all black since forever(word to Bounty Killa & Alliance Party), but alot of people who didnt now do, cos Jay said so

  27. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    lol and smh if you think jay influenced dudes to dress”all back everything”

    ^^

    lol if you really think he didn’t.It’s a damn shame how niggas let their hate for artists cloud their judgement.Who would’ve thought you’d see niggas rocking fucking plaid?Plaid?Are you fucking kidding me?Once Jim Jones,Cam,etc wore that shit,it took off.Nobody wore fucking all black down to the jewelry and belts before Jay Z,don’t be ridiculous.Sheesh.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Exactly. I never said niggaz weren’t doing it already. I’m saying that everywhere I look that’s what I see nowadays.

    It definitely wasn’t this heavy before Run This Town dropped.

    My comment is less of a big up to Jay and more of a thumbs down to all niggaz who do shit because someone says it in a song.

    Personally I hate the shit because my niggaz used to tell me all the time, all I wear ever wear is black. Now I look like I’m following that nigga.

  28. RIGZ Says:

    Who would’ve thought you’d see niggas rocking fucking plaid?Plaid?Are you fucking kidding me?Once Jim Jones,Cam,etc wore that shit,it took off.

    ^^^

    Nah, plaid shirts been in fashion for a MINUTE…I dunno about out there though, so ur point may still stand lol

  29. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    Plaid is classic. It’s just popular fashion right now, so some niggaz think it’s a fad. But that shit’ll be accepted forever.

  30. KUTTA Says:

    # GMLLZ VA804 Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    Plaid is classic. It’s just popular fashion right now, so some niggaz think it’s a fad. But that shit’ll be accepted forever.

    ^^^^
    if your a fucking lumber jack or shop via LL Bean.

  31. KUTTA Says:

    you’re > your

  32. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    Chris Brown all black album cover
    Rhianna stay in all black now
    Young Money album cover
    Kanye stays in all black now

    Timbaland’s performance at the American Music Awards all black everything

    When “All Black Everything” buyers guides are released, clearly it’s a trend influenced by Jay.

  33. KUTTA Says:

    No blocka blocka.

    and no wacka flocka flame.

    btw. calling yourself “flame” or “la flare” is so iffy and the use of the word “fruity” to describe your swag is not a compliment.

  34. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Niggas in no hood in America EVER wore plaid shirts with matching fitteds,EVER!!

  35. D. Billz Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Niggas in no hood in America EVER wore plaid shirts with matching fitteds,EVER!!

    ^In ’93/’94 we didn’t rock matchin’ fitteds but we definitely rocked plaid in B’more with skullies.

  36. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    # Jersey*made*me Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 9:19 pm

    Niggas in no hood in America EVER wore plaid shirts with matching fitteds,EVER!!
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Whoah. I never seen a nigga rock a matching plaid fitted with a plaid shirt. Ever in life. Too funny.

    That would have me laughing like when someone told me they seen Nas with a leather doo-rag on. Couldn’t stop laughing when I heard that one.

  37. Rockabye Says:

    I’m assuming Nate’s actually around, and not eskay.

    I want to ask about the keyboard size on the Nokia netbook.

  38. D. Billz Says:

    Jim definitely set the “new” (but not really) trend for:

    straight leg jeans
    skull & bones (when it was hot a few years ago)
    wallet chains (a few years ago)
    plaid shirts (Day N’ Nite video)

  39. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    # D. Billz Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 9:23 pm

    Jim definitely set the “new” (but not really) trend for:

    straight leg jeans
    skull & bones (when it was hot a few years ago)
    wallet chains (a few years ago)
    plaid shirts (Day N’ Nite video)
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Yea. What about him and Juelz with the Louis rags?

  40. Shooter Mcgavin Says:

    lol all I’m saying is if you think Jay started that all black everything trend and attribute people like kanye and others wearing that shit to a few lines Jay spit on “Run This Town” and its respective film clip you are misguided, Jay follows trends he doesnt set them

  41. D. Billz Says:

    Yea. What about him and Juelz with the Louis rags?

    ^I can’t really cosign the rags too much in B’more because nobody was really on it like that. But I’m sure those further up north were following Jim and rockin’ them LV scarves.

  42. GMLLZ VA804 Says:

    # Shooter Mcgavin Says:
    December 14th, 2009 at 9:33 pm

    lol all I’m saying is if you think Jay started that all black everything trend and attribute people like kanye and others wearing that shit to a few lines Jay spit on “Run This Town” and its respective film clip you are misguided, Jay follows trends he doesnt set them
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Whether Jay started it or not, he definitely gave it crazy momentum?

  43. verses Says:

    Jay Z bit those japansese ninja’s style (all black everything) just like he bites biggies lyrics

  44. RichYung Says:

    Truck was spittin on that joint!!! Hav on the beat cant lose! Tor’cha!

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