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Maino – March 9th

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Maino – March 9th


Shouts: Splash

Jay Electronica ft. Tone Treasure – Jazzmatazz

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Tone Treasure, the vocalist featured on the chorus on this song, is the same Tone from early Jay Electronica songs such as Renaissance Man and Victory Is In My Clutches.

Jay Electronica ft. Tone Treasure – Jazzmatazz (R.I.P. Guru Sendoff)

Previously: Jay Electronica ft. Jay-Z & The-Dream – Shiny Suit Theory

Skillz feat. Raheem DeVaughn – Call Me Crazy

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Skillz’ new album, The World Needs More Skillz, drops October 10th.

Skillz feat. Raheem DeVaughn – Call Me Crazy


Bonus: Skillz – Adam (Dedicated to DJ AM)


Video: Fat Joe Talks Memorializing Guru on the DJ Premier-produced “I’m Gone”

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

[via MTV]

It feels like Gang Starr is the purest group in hip-hop. They was shooting videos on the beach in the winter when the water was ice. Razor-blade music. A bunch of guys in front of the project steps. “Mass Appeal”, “Dwyck”, ‘Stick up kids just out to tax’ … It’s just so much, man. When Guru passed, and I’m hearing all these rumors, I just wanna kill everybody. I want to shoot the computer, cause I’m like, “No, this ain’t what we do when our legends, our icons, pass. We salute them. We don’t go for rumors; we salute these dudes.” He was an icon, man. It’s the purest group in hip-hop, in my opinion. DJ Premier, this guy is like a god, a walking god. Guru, he put it down legendary.

Preemo, I was waiting for Preemo to give me a “Ten Crack Commandments” or a shoot em up, bang bang. He sent me the beat when Guru died — the day Guru died. It was a somber, sad beat. I knew where to go with it… I knew Preemo was hurting; I been through that with Pun. I knew how it felt. I had to pay homage and salute.

Download: Fat Joe – I’m Gone (prod. DJ Premier)

Related: DJ Premier Speaks on Guru & “I’m Gone”

The Darkside, Vol. 1 in stores today: Amazon | iTunes

After the jump, Tales From The Darkside ep. 3 and Fat Joe’s interview with XXL where he talks about the shakeup at his last record label, EMI, that lead him to jump ship to E1. He says the guy who signed him at EMI, Neil Levine, left for Sony, and Joe wasn’t on good terms with Neil’s replacement.

I told him “I been in this business 15 years and I never seen you do nothing.” … So he told me to do something and I said I wasn’t gonna do it. He told me “you better do it” and I told him “fuck you, suck my dick.” He said “no, fuck you. I’ll show you.” People ain’t understand what was going on behind the scenes. I had to give them the album [J.O.S.E. 2], cuz they gave me the money, or I’d have got sued.

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Kuniva of D12 – Lights Out

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010


Kuniva reflects on Proof’s death on this track off his upcoming Midwest Marauder mixtape.

Kuniva of D12 – Lights Out


After the jump, Bizarre talks to MTV about D12’s upcoming mixtape and album.

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