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Cory Gunz: Son Of A Gun (MIXTAPE)

CoreyGunz_MCMIreportOn Lil Wayne’s smash 6’7″ (produced by Bangladesh), Cory Gunz (son of Hip Hop pioneer Peter Gunz), spit the unforgettable line “son of Gunz, Son of Sam, you n-ggas the son of me”. Now he’s back with a full “mixtape” of original material (official release).  While no one in their right mind can argue with the young Gunz lyricism, some say Cory’s voice can get monotonous and think that on an entire album of him it might get annoying. Then again, the same was true of the Young Money founder Weezy himself and he’s been putting out albums, mixtapes, and collabs on milli-on artists’ songs for about 15 years now and he seems to be doing okay.

I guess the question is will CG have hits. We can see that he can spit. I am a true Hip Hop head, so I listen for dope beats and lyrics anyway. I personally don’t care if he has hit records or goes underground. If he spits that raw I am going to listen. That’s me. I’m a fan (of MCing). But Cory’s in it for the money/power/respect, not props, so I have a feeling he will be aiming for them hit records that put Wayne, Drake and Nicki in a great position to do big things.

The mixtape, “CORY GUNZ: SON OF A GUN” with DJ WILL & DJ ROCKSTARR can be downloaded at Dat Piff.

Your welcome.

Producers Talk Tracks On Eminem And Royce Da 5’9″ ‘s “Bad Meets Evil”

Bad Meets Evil ProducersThis is on MTV News. Apparently, some of the producers didn’t even know what their tracks were being submitted for, they just sent SHADY some tracks. They hadn’t announced Eminem’s and Royce Da 5’9 ‘s”BAD MEETS EVIL” yet. The producers (Mr. Porter, Havoc, Bangladesh, DJ Khalil) talk about their beats that they contributed which will end up on the project.

According to MTV News,

The idea for a Bad Meets Evil EP first came about while Porter and Royce were working on Royce’s solo album.

Eminem & Royce Da 5′9″: BAD MEETS EVIL (EP)

bad meets evil Eminem & Royce Da 5'9

Shout out to RapRadar for this one. Scheduled for June 14th.

“Royce and I started hanging out again and inevitably that led us back into the studio. At first we were just seeing where it went without any real goal in mind, but the songs started to come together crazy, so here we are.” – Eminem

“I’m excited to see this project come to fruition considering the long lapse in time between when we worked before and now. We had a blast doing it and we just hope everyone enjoys it while we’re working on the ‘Monster’ that will be the Slaughterhouse album.” – Royce

Production by Mr. Porter, Havoc, DJ Khalil, Bangladesh and more.