Archive for August, 2010

Big Sean – Finally Famous Vol. 3: BIG (Mixtape)

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

UPDATE: Waxx, Karen Civil & Mr. X sent over these tagless versions.

Chip Tha Ripper feat. Chuck Inglish, Dom Kennedy, Big Sean, Boldy James & Asher Roth – Fat Raps (Remix) [prod. Chuck Inglish] [NoDJ]

Big Sean feat. Bun B – Money & Sex (prod. No I.D.) [NoDJ]

Big Sean feat. Mike Posner & Clinton Sparks – Ambiguous [NoDJ]

Big Sean feat. Tyga – Fuck My Opponent (prod. Trillionz) [NoDJ]

1. Final Hour (Produced by Don Cannon and Nick Kage)
2. Meant To Be (Produced by DJ Spinz)
3. What U Doin’ (Bullshittin’) (Produced by The Olympicks) | Video
4. Money & Sex feat. Bun B (Produced by No I.D.)
5. Five Bucks (5 On It) feat. Chip Tha Ripper & Curren$y
6. High Rise (Produced by Don Cannon)
7. Crazy (Produced by The Olympicks)
8. Home Town (Produced by Eliseo of Treal)
9. Supa Dupa Lemonade
10. Fat Raps (Remix) feat. Chip Tha Ripper, Asher Roth, Dom Kennedy, Chuck Inglish & Boldy James
11.My Closet feat. SAYITAINTTONE (Produced by Key Wane)
12. Too Fake feat. Chiddy (Produced by Xaphoon Jones)
13. Fuck My Opponent feat. Tyga (Produced by Trillionz)
14. Made feat. Drake (Produced by WrighTrax)
15. Ambiguous feat. Mike Posner & Clinton Sparks (Produced by Clinton Sparks & DJ Snake)
16. Love Song feat Suai (Produced by Key Wane)
17. Memories (Produced by Key Wane)
18. Glenwood feat. Kanye West (Produced by Kanye West)

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Video: Fabolous – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle 8/31

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

If I fathered your style, put a Jr. to your name

Ok so when is Fab announcing his name change?

MP3: Fabolous – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle (8/31) via InFlexWeTrust

Previously: Video: Fabolous – Lights Out (Official Version)

Video: Freekey Zekey Alludes To Interscope Signing Dipset

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

via The Source

The Diplomat Records president wouldn’t outright confirm Billboard’s Interscope signing Dipset rumor because “nothing’s been signed yet,” but he did point to Dr. Dre’s ’92 Source cover as a hint.

I sign off like to Dr. Dre” ?? Nah, right?

Yesterday: Dipset Signs To Interscope? [Billboard]

Previously: Video: Cam’ron Says Reunited Dips Have “8, 9 Songs Done” | The Diplomats feat. Vado – Salute (Remix)

Video: GLC feat. Bun B & Sir Mix-A-Lot – Clockin’ Lotsa Dollarz

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

The first single for Gangsta L. Crisis’ forthcoming Love, Life & Loyalty debut album, due October 12th.

Previously: Video: GLC Talks G.O.O.D. Fridays | GLC & Rhymefest – Bionic Jaws (prod. DJ Babu) | Video: Bun B, GLC & BJ The Chicago Kid – Happiness Before Riches

Naledge – Make It Happen

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Off DJ RTC’s upcoming On Deck Vol. 1, coming this fall.

Naledge – Make It Happen

Naledge-Make It Happen

Naledge’s own Twentysomething mixtape drops 9/10.

Big K.R.I.T. – If I Should Die

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Off Jonny Shipes’ upcoming Good Talk v.9: Curve Your Enthusiasm mixtape, dropping 9/14.

Big K.R.I.T. – If I Should Die

Big K.R.I.T. – If I Should Die

Previously: Video: Big K.R.I.T. & 9th Wonder In The Studio

K.R.I.T. is hitting the road this fall on both Wiz Khalifa’s Waken Baken tour and 2DB & Cinematic Music Group’s Smoker’s Club tour.

Video: Nickelus F – What Am I Suppose To Do Now

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

The 2nd visual off Nickelus F’s Season Premiere mixtape.

Video: Salaam Remi Talks Nas & “Made You Look” (GrindMusicRadio Interview Pt. 1)

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Salaam tells Young Sav and Sean C & LV how “Made You Look” came together.

Previously: Large Professor Interview w/ GrindMusicRadio (Pts. 1 – 4)

Faith Evans feat. Raekwon – Everyday Struggle

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

From Faith’s upcoming Something About Faith LP, out 10/5.

Faith Evans feat. Raekwon – Everyday Struggle

Faith Evans feat. Raekwon-Everyday Struggle

Throwback: G. Dep feat. Faith Evans – Everyday (’02)

Video: Ice Cube Talks Featuring His Rapping Sons On I Am The West

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

via MTV

So when he recruited his two boys — OMG and Doughboy — to appear on his upcoming album, I Am the West, Cube had to make sure the tracks they rapped on were a good fit. He ended up featuring them on the Bangladesh-produced “She Couldn’t Make It on Her Own” and “Y’all Know How I Am.”

“When I heard the [‘She Couldn’t Make It on Her Own’] beat, I knew wanted to do a song with my sons. The beat feels young to me. I didn’t want them to come out on something that really wasn’t their personality. Their personality, they ain’t from the ‘hood. They didn’t have to grow up like that, like I did. So I wanted them to do something that showed their personality. I put them on a track that wasn’t strictly a gangsta-rap track, that was fun and something they could come off on.”

OMG and Doughboy are following in the footsteps of other young artists who hope to shine on the mic like their famous fathers, including Cory Gunz (Peter Gunz), Justice (GZA) and Lil Eazy-E (Eazy-E).

The former N.W.A star is a fan of his sons, naturally, but he said the pair still have some work to do to match his skills. “They dope. They still ain’t better than me, but they dope. I’m impressed. I’m really impressed by what they doing.”

Previously: Ice Cube Explains Dr. Dre’s I Am The West Absence (Video)