Brooklyn’s Sean Price and Aussie Producer M-Phazes just blessed with another track off “Land of the Crooks” EP (out Dec. 17) The aggressive “Murdah Type Thinkin’” featuring Roc Marciano and a true school hook scratched by DJ Devestate is sure to please anyone who frequents this site! listen below and pre order the full Ep. on iTunes
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If there is one thing I’ve gathered from listening to Skyoo’s catalogue it’s that he like me thinks Jay Z is one hell of a lyricist. I might even go so far as to say Hov is one if his favorites if not #1 on the fellow Brooklyinites list. So it made perfect sense that he bless us with his newest work “An Ode To Reasonable Doubt”. Dropping the 9 song EP on Shawn Carter’s 44th birthday SK gives us new interpretations of reasonable doubt from his perspective as if he were Jay. With completely new renditions of the original productions by “Antman Wonder” Skyzoo and Antman Wonder 100% hands down KILL this project, Jay Z
should will feel honored and perhaps a little jealous when he hears this. You can get the album at loyaltydigitalcorp.bandcamp.com for whatever you would like to pay, with incentives and rewards to pay at least $7 which is a steal for the time effort and craftsmanship they put into this. So when you go to the link make sure to show your appreciation and support for one of this generations greats.
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On Black friday JT dropped the remix to his chart climbing TKO off his new album “20/20 Experience – 2 of 2“, featuring 3 of todays biggest and brightest hip hop stars J. COLE, ASAP ROCKY & PUSHA T (“MY NAME IS MY NAME” IS ALBUM OF THE YEAR SON!) I digress…on this remix Justin plays the back and lets the MC’s get busy and busy they did get, Pusha did his thing, ASAP spit the best i think I’ve ever heard him and J.Cole offered a comedic yet lyrically sound response to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse spazing on his girl for having the verse on her phone. check out the song and J.Coles verse below.
Cole to the rescue, never save a ho
Hoes like to hide their behavior though
Thought you was a down ass bitch
‘Til I found that shit a couple days ago
I was home alone, next thing I know
That long as verse from a song called “Control” was on
The room got nearer, the tune got clearer
That’s when I seen the shit playin’ on your phone
Girl, what is that? A ringtone?
Shit, not you too
Man, that hype done got you too
Everybody and their momma gassed,
Even my momma asked what I’mma do
In case this is war, then I load up on all ammunition
If a nigga want problems, my trigger’s on auto
I’ll make sure that nobody miss him
Now pack up your shit, you don’t believe in me
I don’t need you, I got me, bitch
Same nigga moved to NYC, bitch
Got a record deal and a college degree, bitch
Two gold plaques, I produced all the tracks
And I never ever ever lean on Jay Z, bitch
And after all that achievement
Real nigga never even went and got his teeth fixed
Now you try to play me, bitch?
I’ll knock your ass out
By now I’m sure you all saw the BET cypha show (seriously, they gave out like..2 awards) and the verbal murder K.Dot and his TDE crew laid down. But I saw that coming, so what I wanted to know was “Hey, who’s the new kid?” That would be Isaiah Rashad the newest signee of TDE. Hailing from Tennessee the southern MC strangely fits right in with the west coast crew. Check out his video “I shot you down” and the RMX ft. his new partners in rhyme Jay Rock & ScHoolboy Q. not much out there fucking with these guys right now….
The lead-single from Marco Polo’s forthcoming LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut, accomplishes what no one else has been able to pull off in over a decade–reunite Organized Konfusion. Since the duo disbanded in 1997, there has been no new OK material and every few years or so the usual “reunion rumors” emerge and then disappear.
Marco Polo’s forthcoming LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut will be released on 11-12-2013 via SoulSpazm Records and features appearances from Talib Kweli, DJ Premier, Posdonous, Masta Ace, Kardinal Offishall, Styles P, Lil Fame, Alchemist, Oh No, MC Eiht, King Tee, Michael Rapport, Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, Rah Digga, Slaine, Ill Bill, Organized Konfusion, Doppelgangaz & many more.
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