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Roc C & Guilty Simpson EP: OX 2 The D

Roc C x Guilty Simpson E.P. – OX 2 The D



01 Make Em Believe f. 2min BaMBesa
02 Resurrection of the Realness
03 Feels Like
04 I Live This
05 Underground Rulers

Produced by Soul Professa, previously on the Roc C & Guilty Simpson mixtape, but in better quality and untagged. Mixed by Soul Professa & DJ Romes



*”Make ‘Em Believe” features vocals by 2min

Cover art:

BROOKLYN’S FINEST Vol 1: This is Hip Hop. This is Brooklyn.


Inspired by the classic B.I.G./Jay Z song of the same name, has released the promo mixtape “BROOKLYN’S FINEST Vol.1: This is Hip Hop. This is Brooklyn.”, a timeless mix showcasing the very best of Brooklyn bred hip hop and the boro’s vast array of anthems.

DP ONE (TURNTABLE ANIHILIST / HEAVY HITTERS / THE PLAGUE) and  GMS (MCMI / HYDRA / THE PLAGUE) seamlessly mix old school, new school, underground and mainstream, with a couple of exclusive remixes.

Exclusive HYDRA joint and DOWNLOAD LINK for the whole Mixtape after the jump.





Produced by, this episode sees the intoxicated giant reppin’ the hood (NA ROCK) along with fellow Brooklynite(CONEY ISLAND). Pen is heavily lifted (all puns intended, lol), as usual. With Blitzkrieg supplying the drinks. Torae is toasted and now you know what “getting drunk with Poison Pen” is all about. The man drinks. A lot. You go toe to toe with him, you may survive, but you will say some hilarious shit on camera, for all of our amusement. Torae is a good sport. We all had a blast that night.

Shout out to Forbidden City, which closed down for awhile and reopened as the new and improved “FAT BHUDDA”. Some paint, a new menu, same chef, but new menu, a real DJ booth (no more turntables on the bar!) and a nice sound system – the place rocks. Check it out on a Saturday night. Order the duck, the ribs or the honey ginger wings (kitchen open late). Tell them GMS sent you. (It wont get you anything but a weird look, lol, but represent, fam!).


Record Store Day 2011 Announced

There are over 700 independently owned record stores in the United States, and with the advent of the MP3, iTunes, and other digital music sources, many record stores have closed shop or are struggling to stay afloat. In 2007 based on an idea by R&B singer Chris Brown, six music store fans came together to create Record Store Day. Record Store Day is one day out of the year when independently owned record stores link up with hundreds of American artists to celebrate music by providing exclusive vinyl and CD releases in support of the modern record shop. (more…)