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House Shoes x J. Rocc x Strong Arm Steady: Where’s Stoney?

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Madlib and Strong Arm Steady’s In Search of Stoney Jackson drops tomorrow.

House Shoes & J.Rocc put together a collection of Strong Arm Steady and Madlib tracks for the eve of the release. Some of these songs are from the album, others are not. Strong Arm Steady hosts the mix.

Download: Stones Throw Podcast 55 – Where’s Stoney? [iTunes]

Also, this is a bit last minute but: Strong Arm Steady will be performing live at Fat Beats, Los Angeles, at MIDNIGHT on the night of Monday, Jan. 25th. This is a free, all ages event, with some free beer for those 21+ with an ID. House Shoes will be DJing at 11PM. Location: 7600 Melrose Ave, 2nd Floor, Los Angeles CA.


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13 Responses to “House Shoes x J. Rocc x Strong Arm Steady: Where’s Stoney?”

  1. hl Says:

    If I was J. Cole, I might feel some kinda way about this.

    —–

    Really all the new guys. The thing is, Drake still hasn’t came out with an album. That nigga could be gone next summer. It’s cool for others to hype him up, but he needs to fall back with all this self praise. At least until he actually comes out with an album.

  2. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yo grav…

    *daps*

    question tho. do you see drake even rising to jay z status? do yo agree, w/his current notoriety, that he’s even “the little big homie’?

  3. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    That nigga could be gone next summer. It’s cool for others to hype him up, but he needs to fall back with all this self praise
    ==========================================
    He’s setting himself up for the fall. It’s always best to remain humble, even if you really think you’re the shit.

  4. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    And bar for bar, Cole would dismantle Drake…and Drake knows this.

    That’s why I don’t understand the motivation behind his backhanded comments.

    He aspires to be the “little big homie”.

    His arrogance is almost there.

  5. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Marcus thornton gets the start for the Hornets today vs hornets

  6. Gravity Says:

    question tho. do you see drake even rising to jay z status? do yo agree, w/his current notoriety, that he’s even “the little big homie’?

    >>If he can keep making relevant music. I think a lot of young people can relate to him b’cos their generation isn’t isolated in struggle anymore. There’s a lot of kids coming from middle to upper class homes that don’t necessarily relate to the “hood” struggle but personal ambitions to make something of themselves and thats what Drake seems to embody for that crowd.. A huge crowd at that..

    There’s still the ghetto, hood struggle but that crowd is unspoken for in terms of getting limelight.. Those kinds of artists are overshadowed now..

  7. Boos Bigelow Says:

    edit: vs the trailblazers

  8. Frank Lurkas Says:

    drakes success is gonna go further than cole’s. Mainly because of his YMCM position. Not too many fans fell of the wayne bandwagon yet either.

    Cole only has Jay, people are already starting to think Jay worships the devil and such not to mention everyone thinking he sold out somehow. Cole better release that record soon. Before Drake does

  9. Gravity Says:

    SFG was a snoozefest to me ‘cos I couldn’t sit through the constant wannabe crooning, songs seemed too slowed up but I’ve had TWU on repeat since I hears it. The hiphop journalists are dickriding Drake by naming his mixtape best of the year. SFG is hardly hiphop IMO.

  10. Frank Lurkas Says:

    It’s gonna be no contest though. Cuz a Jay & Drake record is more appealing than a Jay & Cole record. Drake feat. the rubber ducky is more appealing than J. Cole feat. whoever

  11. Gravity Says:

    The bad part for Cole is Hov isn’t out touting his name as that next nigga. Birdman will never big up or promote another rapper outside of his camp.. I don’t get that.

  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    I think a lot of young people can relate to him b’cos their generation isn’t isolated in struggle anymore.

    ^

    thas the thing. when we say young people whas the age exactly? when people started really checking for jay i don’t think it was as young as drakes audience. like the hard knock life tour for example. that wasn’t comprised of all teeny boppers and that would’ve been when drakes now aged audience was checking for hov then. IDK, it seems real lofty and spurious this wholr “little big homie” thing.

    but you gotta sell yaself right?

  13. Darth Cipher Says:

    J. cole’s longevity > Drake’s longevity

    Drake will have a strong run, and as a fellow Canadian i really hope he does, but i don’t see his career going as long as Cole’s own for the simple fact that he makes records that are for the now, where as Cole makes tracks that hit the mental and last a lifetime… i can’t remember the last time i bumped a track from SFG, but i can sit through TWU any day of the week… remember, these little girls that made Drake famous have music a.d.d. and once the next dude comes along, he’ll be nothing (unless he pulls a Trey Songz and takes his shirt off *pause* [word to Weezy and all them tattoos])

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