New Album Drops next week finally. ALC on the production tip.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Nick Fury hooks up with DJBooth to drop the official mixtape to the August 24th iTunes release of Season Premiere featuring 15 tracks of new, unreleased, and rare material.
Nickelus F – Commercials (Mixtape)
Saturday, July 31, 2010
One half of the Cool Kids goes in on a couple new tracks. Not sure if they are off his upcoming solo project or not but worth a listen for sure. And if you don't already have the last Cool Kids mixtape Tacklebox go cop that now.
The Deal Went Sour
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Here is the no tags version of Kid Cudi’s new track “Mojo So Dope”. I assume this is off Man On The Moon II, now scheduled for October 26th I guess G.O.O.D. music day is going to fall apart after all.
KiD CuDi – Mojo So Dope (NoTags)
Here is another leak off his next mixtape Commercials dropping next week on Tuesday which is looking to be a good day for music. You got new mixtapes from Nick Fury and Wale plus gangsta Gibbs dropping his official Ep good music all around.
Nickelus F - Go Head
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
With the release of King of Hearts coming soon El Producto decided to drop this ep of him and Camu Tao as Central Services. Recorded in 04 - 05 featuring a cover of Huey Lewis' I need a new Drug.
Central Services (El-P x Camu Tao) – Forever Frozen In Television Time
Well this is some older Lupe that was supposed to be released a few months back and is finally seeing the light of day. Only thing that sucks is no tracklisting available and it is all one single 45 min mix. But some Lupe is better than none at all. Hopefully he can get his label situation together and release Lasers some time this year.
Lupe Fiasco - Vintage Fiasco Mixtape
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Off of Yo Gotti's Gangsta Grillz Cocaine Muzik Vol. 4.5 W/ Barack O'Drama and Dj Whoo Kid.
Yo Gotti - Cocaine Muzik Ft. Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, and Clipse
Well the time has finally arrived! L.A. Leakers and Clipse hook up for their audio biography about the one and only Thorton brothers. Take a trip back in time as the Clipse talk bout what went in to the making of some of their biggest records. Enjoy!!
Clipse x LA Leakers: Got It For Leaks
Monday, July 26, 2010
Well I am back and I brought some good music along with me, this is Lupe's version of the Bawse song out now. Instead of rappin bout money of course Lupe's version is bout Building Minds Faster.
Hope you enjoy and I will be back with more new music soon.
Lupe Fiasco - B.M.F. Freestyle
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Nick Fury returns with Season Premiere which drops on the 31st, but here’s a video for one of the bonus cuts from it. Check out the tracklisting down bottom.
01. Fueled Up (Produced by Stefan Skeeter & Mario Brandan)
02. Season Premiere (Produced by Rich Kidd)
03.World Renown (Produced by Burd & Keyz)
04. Cold City (Produced by Stefan Skeeter)
05. Like This (Produced by Kid Icarus)
06. $$$ (Angles) (Produced by The Goodie Boys)
07. All Lat (Produced by The Engineerz)
08. Take You With Me (Produced by Sinopsis & Mario Brandan)
09. On My Sh*t (Produced by Absolute)
10. Opportunity Knockin’ feat. Shawn Chapelle (Produced by Stefan Skeeter)
11. Stand Tall (Produced by Dub Sonata)
12. Clap For Him (Produced by Stefan Skeeter)
13. What Am I Supposed To Do (Produced by Stefan Skeeter, Mario Brandan & Nickelus F)
14. Running (Produced by Stefan Skeeter)
15. Carpe Diem (Produced by Elite)
16. Credits (Reese Witherspoon) (Produced by Brad Ohblivion)
17. Aggressive Content (Produced by Plan Beats)
18. Shine On feat. XV (Produced by C4 The Wiseguy)
New mixtape from Chicago area MC . The 10-track mixtape finds the rising rap star showing his lyrical skills over industry instrumentals by such super producers as DJ Premier, Dr Dre, RZA and Timbaland. Included on Mike Murder are Death to My InnerMe’s, where he spits over 50 Cent‘s Death to My Enemies and Mike Is Like, a flipped version of East Coast classic Nas Is Like.
Mike Schpitz – Mike Murder (Mixtape)
Dropping tonight sometime around 7 Chicago time hoping to hear it tonight and definitely posting up tomorrow morning. Tracklist down below.... Updated with link to mixtape.
T.I. – F*ck A Mixtape
1. Jamie Foxx – Intro
2. Welcome Back To The Trap (Prod. By Smash Factory)
3. Spazz Out (Prod. By Swizz Beatz)
4. Whatcha Saying Tip (Prod. By Chuck Diesel)
5. Yeah Feat. Lil Wayne (Prod. By Lil C)
6. Yeah Ya Know (Prod. By DJ Toomp & Lil C)
7. Once Upon A Time
8. Here We Go Again (Prod. By Timberland)
9. Get Yo Girl Feat. Rich Kid Rashad (Prod. By Jim Jonsin)
10. Like So (Prod. By Lil C)
11. Gettin Paid (Prod. By Track Slayers)
12. Lil Duval – F*ck A Mixtape N*gga!
13. Really Livin Like That (Prod. By DJ Toomp)
14. Whether You Like It Or Not (Prod. By Amadeus)
15. Jamie Foxx – Shooting Range
16. No Competition Feat. Young Jeezy (Prod. By Black Mob)
17. Bitch Who Feat. Macboney (Prod. By Lil C)
18. Ready Set Go Feat. Killer Mike (Prod. By No I.D.)
19. Kevin Hart – F*ck A Mixtape
20. Celebration (Prod. By J-Rock)
21. Got Your Back Feat. Keri Hilson (Prod. By DJ Toomp) (Bonus)
New Ep from Officer Carl Winslow for those that are interested just not a fan of his at all. Only thing I can say bout this is that cover is horrible. Oh yeah and for my brothers BAAUUSSSS!
Rick Ross – The Albert Anastasia (FreEP)
Electronic pop mixed with some bass heavy Jamaican stylings and guest spots from Drake, Gucci, Rusko, and Amanda Blank. Highly recommended. Open your ears and expand your mind.
Major Lazer and La Roux Present: Lazerproof (Mixtape)
New Copywrite one of the new songs being added on to the 8 year anniversary edition of his classic The High Exhaulted Coming soon. Hopefully first of many leaks. And where is The Life And Times Of Peter Nelson at? Enjoy...
Copywrite - Last Laugh
Love, Peace, And Chicken Grease.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Well after many delays the much anticipated return of mixtape Fabolous. Not the greatest Mc but definitely a great punchline maker. None the less this should satisfy most who have been waiting for this since the holidays.
Fabolous – There Is No Competition 2 (The Funeral Service) (Mixtape)
Here is the first single off of Drake's Young Money debut with production handled by Boi-1Da. I have to say this is keeping up with all his other stuff he has been prepping for Thank Me Later. Enjoy.
Drake - Over ( Prod. by Boi 1Da )
Monday, March 1, 2010
Vizzy has finally dropped the prelude to The Vizzy Zone which should be out this Spring from what I have heard. XV was not included in this year's XXL Freshmen Top 10 and the internets are fired up about this since most felt he should of replaced this years Ace Hood also known as OJ Da Juiceman. Well it's not like that list is fact anyways it is just their poor opinion on hip hop today.
Well on to what we are here for the music.
XV - 30 Minute Layover Mixtape
Copy decided after all these years to bring back a classic Cage beat. This is in support of his new E.P. Ultrasound: The Rebirth and The life and times of Peter Nelson due out in June. Definitely has that throwback sound from the late nineties.
Copywrite - Agent O Freestyle
Friday, February 5, 2010
The Thieves Theme & Dotgotit.com Present: The Science Of Self – The Best Of DJ Khalil (Hosted by DJ Books) (Mixtape)
Not exactly new most of this is released already but may have been slept on by you. So here's your chance to step your game up. The sounds of Self Scientific's own DJ Khalil and his best of brought to you by Dotgotit.com
The Thieves Theme & Dotgotit.com Present: The Science Of Self – The Best Of DJ Khalil (Hosted by DJ Books) (Mixtape)
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Well the time has come and as promised it has hit. Just a little something to tide us over until May 25th Featuring the likes of J. Cole, Asher Roth, Playboy Tre, Charles Hamilton and Bruno Mars, May 25th is the date that we will be introduced to B.o.B’s debut album.
B.o.B – May 25th (Mixtape)
Well from simply saying No Mixtape in a song to the finished product which was released Sunday night to the masses and I must say this is definitely one of the best mixtapes to come out in our short year so far. Bun B really shows why he is still the Underground King.
Bun B – No Mixtape (Mixtape)
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Brought to us by the good folks over at 2dopeboyz is an ep worth material from Gary, IN very own Freddie Gibbs. Featuring 5 songs and new artwork by Shake.
I’ll admit, I was sleeping a little bit on Freddie Gibbs, and was somewhat surprised at how quickly his name has garnered buzz around these here parts. But it was the cut he did with Pill, “Run Up To Me,” which finally caught my attention. After his guest appearance on (2)Dope Radio this past weekend, Freddie and Co. was gracious to let me see and listen to a few things he has coming up (including a track with Phonte), and also threw me a few DJ-free tracks, as well as a previously unreleased track Freddie had forgotten he’d even done. I’ve compiled these tracks into an EP for the masses. This way I’m hoping nobody else is caught sleeping the way I was.
Freddie Gibbs: A 2Dope Free EP
Never really heard of this guy before last night and almost forgot to put this up. He is on Strange Famous Records and this is first single off sophomore album. Dropping in March.
Strange Famous consigliare B. Dolan returns with his sophomore lp, “Fallen House, Sunken City” produced entirely by ALIAS. Having already established himself as a master storyteller, this time Dolan presents us with a full-throttle, unabashed, boombap hiphop record. Joined by legendary beatsmith Alias behind the production board, B. Dolan’s aggressive delivery is accentuated by a special brand of bass-heavy breakbeats, while the tailor made musical backdrops assist in the mood of impending doom. Guest appearances by P.O.S., Cadence Weapon, Providence’s “What Cheer?” Brigade, and Buddy Peace round out the tracklist, as SFR and B. Dolan set the decade off with a demolition charge.
B. Dolan – Fifty Ways to Bleed Your Customer
A N2ition & FSD Production, produced by Maja 7th. Andrew explains:
I know I’ve been talking about this record for a while, and now we’re finally ready to unleash the visual to the world. This is the first official release from the Maja 7th & FSD release, The Breakout, which is due out in February.
Shot and edited by Brandon “N2ition” Riley, we filmed this video in Chicago and Gary, IN, to highlight the vivid imagery within these two cities, which are only a hop, skip and a jump away from eachother. This clip really brought these two cities to life.
Something new and fresh from the DMV area.
As far as hip-hop goes the DMV (DC/Maryland/Virginia) is still unmarked territory. Sure, there’s success in the frontrunner (Wale), not to mention a bright future for others (Tabi Bonney, Phil Adé), but there are many more voices from hip-hop’s unheard region. One of them is EQuinox Professionals/Inner Loop Records artist Lyriciss.
The Practice is Lyriciss’s fourth official mixtape, the follow-up to last year’s The Day Job. While the latter had strength in concepts and experimentation in flow, the focal point of The Practice lies within the lyrics.
Former XM Radio show host and DMV-area native DJ Furious Styles handles the mixing and guest contributions include Fashawn, K-Beta, Kingpen Slim, Muggsy Malone, RAtheMC, Theo Martins.
LinkLyriciss – The Practice (Mixtape)
Over the course of 3 days, the “Hello” video was created using still photographs and video footage throughout various locations around New York. Focal points include Harlem, Union Square and the New York City Subway system. This project reflects the creative vision of Mike Shane (Director), Don Arangio (Producer), and Rebecca Bolde (Animator & Editor).
Here is a video of some time in the studio.
Justice League's artist, Laws meets up with 9th Wonder to put the finishing touches on “Shining”, a track off of his up and coming mix-tape hosted by Don Cannon titled 4:57pm.
New music from Reflection Eternal. A track called “Just Begun” featuring Jay Electronica, Mos Def & J. Cole, taken off the upcoming Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek’s Revolutions Per Minute album which is due out in February 2010.This came out right around Christmas but with the album only couple weeks away I figured I would share this with you if you haven't heard it yet.
Reflection Eternal – Just Begun (feat. Jay Electronica, Mos Def & J.Cole)
Monday, January 25, 2010
Another hot mixtape I have been listening to over and over again. This time it is a reunited Reflection Eternal and this mixtape is a some old and some new stuff. All presented to you by Statik Selektah. And in anticipation of the Revolutions Per Minute album coming in March.
Talib Kweli + Hi-Tek Are… Reflection Eternal – The RE:Union (Mixed by Statik Selektah)
I have been gone awhile just busy with work and all the other B.S. that life throws at us, so with that said I have something that has been out for couple weeks but is refreshing none the less. Jay Electronica is a guy who wasn't really on my map til right around the time I stopped putting up post. In my time off I have become very familiar with him and understand what all the hype is about. He is a lyrical beast coming at you from all directions which is great and on top of it he has some of the best beat selections in awhile. Well enough of the hype listen for yourself and you decide.
“In the current state of music, an artist like Jay (Electronica) deserves the attention of anyone who even THINKS they like Hip-Hop. We’re not saying that he’s the savior but he’s been working on the humble for years and Exhibit C opened him up to the world. World, meet Jay Electronica…support his victory for Hip-Hop.” – DJ DUB
“I truly believe that everyman has a story and Jay Electronica’s story is definitely the current soundtrack to Hip-Hop. He makes the impossible seem possible. Dub and I wanted to share his soundtrack with those that were unfamiliar. Let’s welcome back the lyricists to Hip- Hop.” – DJ FURIOUS STYLES.
LinkFurious Styles & DJ Dub Present: Jay Electronica – Victory (Mixtape)