Sunday, October 31, 2010
Ill Bill joins us for a feature-length interview to discuss his new project with Vinnie Paz, Heavy Metal Kings coming in 2011. We discuss the aesthetics of the album as well as exploring his relationship with brother Necro in 2010 and his upcoming project with Sean Price, entitled The Pill. In addition to all of this, Ill Bill suggests that there may well be a reunion between underground hip hop icons Non Phixion, including Goretex, for a tour and possible future album work. A must hear for all hip hop fans worldwide.
Joell Ortiz is the man of the moment. In this frenetic and entertaining interview, we discuss and dispel the numerous accusations and rumours surrounding his involvement with Slaughterhouse, Joe Budden and their forthcoming signing to Shady Records. As well as divulging information about Eminem's new 2011 album, including a new track he is recording at the moment with Royce and Slaughterhouse, Joell explores the possibilities once his Free Agent album drops and he is a personification of its title. We talk future collaborations including his track on the new Kool G Rap album and his inclusion on Pharoahe Monch's long-awaited project.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
Friday, October 29, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
2. Hurt Locker (produced by Scoop Deville)
3. Gotta Get Em (produced by DJ Khalil)
4. It’s Whatever (ft. Jadakiss, Uncle Murda, B-Real & Young De (prod. by DJ Green Lantern)
5. Phenom (ft. Kurupt & 40 Glocc)
6. HFOU (ft. Trick Trick)
7. Goin’ Back [ft. 1982 (Statik & Termanology) & Cassidy]
8. Freestyle Ghetto (1st Xzibit Appearance)
9. Hit & Run
12. Eyes May Shine
13. Eyes May Shine RMX (ft. Mobb Deep)
14. What U See Is What U Get
15. Pussy Pop (ft. Jayo Felony & Method Man)
16. Los Angeles Times
17. What’s The Difference (ft. Dr. Dre & Eminem)
18. Bitch Please (ft. Snoop & Nate Dogg)
19. Bitch Please 2 (ft. Eminem, Dr. Dre & Snoop)
20. X (produced by Dr. Dre)
21. Get Your Walk On
22. Symphony In X Major (ft. Dr. Dre)
23. Multiply (ft. Nate Dogg)
24. Multiply (Just Blaze RMX) (ft. Busta Rhymes)
25. What A Mess (prod. by DJ Premier)
Erk, born and raised in Richmond, California, is part of a supremely talented rising class of rappers coming from the Bay. He' also holds the distinction of being one of the rare few from that class with the ability to appeal to the underground while at the same time receiving mainstream radio play.
Detroit trio The Left, comprised of producer Apollo Brown, rapper Journalist 103, and DJ Soko, are celebrating the release of their debut album, Gas Mask, today with "Reporting Live," the first official release from the album featuring fellow Detroit wordsmith Guilty Simpson.
Apollo jumps things off with a soulful grittiness -- the track seamlessly mixes Apollo's vocal chops, horns, and heavy drums – and the instrumental serves as a perfect match for Journalist's own gravelly vocals, as he rhymes, "Reporting live from the gritty blocks of Rock City/ Forgotten sound of Motown produced by many/ Rappers come a dime a dozen, but not many/ Can carry the status of legends, I hope that y'all hear me." Guilty follows in step with his own verse ("Young killers take it in blood/ Dirt doers get wet up, then pigs come play in the mud"), and Detroit city imagery abounds as the two Rock City vets take you on a tour of their hometown.
The Left's Gas Mask is available now via Mello Music Group.
Cop the album now on itunes ...
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
1. The Religion (prod. Silvamore)
2. My Girl, My Wife, My Mother My Bitch (prod. LuBalz)
3. The Deadzone (prod. Stoupe, cuts by Reel Drama)
4. Black and Blue Flag f. Jaysaun (prod. Silvamore)
5. Thru The Rain f. Blacastan (prod. Silvamore)
6. Off The Sidewalk f. Cyrus Deshield (prod. Falside)
7. Going Down f. Jaysaun (prod. Silvamore)
8. The Worst (prod. Statik Selektah)
9. Old English II f. Esoteric (prod. Esoteric)
10. Burn f. Amadeus & Chilla Jones (prod. Sicknature)
11. Envy f. Termanology (prod. Moss)
12. It Ain’t Happenin f. Amadeus & Blacastan (prod. Falside)
13. It’s Too Late f. Amadeus (prod. Double Chamberz)
14. Science Of the Trife f. Ill Bill & Q-Unique (prod. C. Lance)
15. Settin’ It Off f. Reks, Jaysaun & Steven King (prod. Statik Selektah)
16. Trail Of Blood (prod. Statik Selektah)
18. Mind Of A Criminal (rmx) (prod. LuBalz)
Coalmine Records & Flüd Watches are calling on MCs Far & Wide to enter the "Nu World" MC Contest. Artists, please submit your best verse by Monday, November 8th for a chance to have your verse featured on the New World Remix EP. This EP is a follow-up to El Da Sensei & The Returners highly acclaimed GT2: Nu World album, which is now in stores!! Winner also receives a limited edition Coalmine x Flud watch. Click on either of the links below to download the contest assets which include the main & instrumental version of the track as well the the contest rules & itinerary...good luck!!
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If you've been counting. Carlos is on his sixth "In Association" release.
For his sixth associate, Carlos references Lloyd Banks "Start it Up" beat.
Featuring the vocals of Carlos' favorite producer/singer Azeem, "Good
Morning, Forever" is a melodic ride you wouldn't want to skip. Backed by
Carlos' signature poignant delivery, The St John Portfolio presents to you
week #6 In Association, "Good Morning, Forever"!
Millions in the morning, who wouldn't want to enjoy that?
1.The Religion (produced by Silvamore)
2.My Girl, My Wife, My Mother My Bitch (produced by LüBalz)
3.The Deadzone (produced by Stoupe cuts by Reel Drama)
4.Black and Blue Flag Feat. Jaysaun (produced by Slivamore)
5.Thru the Rain Feat. Blacastan (produced by Silvamore)
6.Off The Sidewalk Feat. Cyrus Deshield (produced by Falside)
7.Goin Down Feat. Jaysaun (produced by Silvamore)
8.The Worst (produced by Statik Selektah)
9.Old English II Feat Esoteric (produced by Esoteric)
10.Burn Feat. Amadeus & Chilla Jones (produced by Sicknature)
11.Envy Feat Termanology (produced by Moss)
12.It Aint Happenin Feat. Amadeus & Blacastan (produced by Falside)
13.Its Too Late Feat. Amadeus (produced by Double Chamberz)
14.Science of the Trife Feat. ILL BILL & Q Unique (produced by C Lance)
15.Settin it Off Feat. Reks, JFK, Jaysaun, and Steven King (produced by Statik Selektah)
16.Trail of Blood (produced by Statik Selektah)
18.Mind of a Criminal Remix (produced by LüBalz)
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
2.Termanology – At Nite (produced by Dj Massacre)
3.Joell Ortiz – The Cycle
4.Joe Budden ft Crooked I – Sober Up
5.Mad Work ft Sheek and Bully – Snyp Life
6.Lloyd Banks ft Fabolous, Kanye West, and Swizzy – Start it up
7.Jim Jones fr Camron, Vado – Gretzky RMX
8.Stack Boys – Stackland (produced by Max Dollas)
9.Fred the Godson – Get em fred
10.Vado – Kick in the door
11.Termanology – The Lottery
12.Jugganot ft Joell Ortiz, Papoose, Cassidy, Red Cafe – Dollar RMX
13.Ea$y Money – You aint a killer (freestyle)
14.Vado – 10 Swag commandments
15.Jadakiss – Special delivery (freestyle)
16.Termanology ft Cassidy and Xzibit – Goin back
17.Dj Suss One – That work
19.The Few, Cilvaringz and Blue Raspberry – Homage to RZA
20.Termanology ft Mac Miller – 82-92
21.Prime – Maintain (Produced by Dj Massacre)
22.Jadakiss – So appalled (freestyle)
23.Big L and Jay-Z – Stretch and Bobbito Show (freestyle)
24.Termanology – Outro
"This is a compilation of some of the stuff i've been working on throughout the years. Some previously released. Others unreleased. The soul goal of this is to build momentum for future projects I plan on releasing soon. And is essentially a care package to the new listener/ Old fan of my work"
Monday, October 25, 2010
The rapper will hit the United States, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Africa with artists on his Maybach Music Group imprint, including Triple C's and crooner, Masspike Miles.
Rick Ross is expected to perform material from Teflon Don, in addition to tracks off his previous albums Deeper Than Rap, Trilla and Port of Miami.
“I have waited a long time for this and I definitely want to touch those fans who have continuously supported me through my 15-year journey, I will not let them down, everybody get ready to Blow Money Fast!" Rick Ross told AllHipHop.com in a statement released today (October 19th).
In the U.S, Rick Ross will hit select cities like the Bronx and Chicago, before heading overseas to perform in African countries like Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa.
Dates are also lined up in the Port of Spain, Haiti, England and The Bahamas.
Rick Ross and Triple C's are currently working on their sophomore album, Color, Cut, Clarity.
Tentative tour dates are listed below:
11/5 Springfield, MA
11/6 Bronx, NY
11/12 Lawrence, MA
11/13 Austin, TX
11/16 Leicester, England
11/17 London, England
11/18 Manchester, Englandn
11/19 Chicago, IL
11/24 Detroit, MI
11/25 Newark, NJ
11/26 Rocky Mount, NC
11/27 Greenville, NC
12/5 San Antonio, TX
12/11 St Louis, MO
12/17 Nassau, Bahamas
12/18 Port of Spain, Trinidad
12/28 Accra Ghana
12/29 Cape Town, South Africa
12/30 Lagos Nigeria
1/8 Port Au Prince, Haiti
1/11 Winnipeg, Canada
1/12 Saskatoon, Canada
1/13 Edmonton, Canada
1/15 Toronto, Canada
Here's a recap of the night ... Check out Live Performance clips from 'Never Been', 'Smoker Face', 'In The Cut', 'Kidd Frankie', & 'Black & Yellow' ...
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Shout out Timmy Slices
Shout out Team 220