Erykah Badu, GZA & Masta Killa join Sheek Louch on the new Wu-Block track Drivin’ Round. Produced by Termanology, this is one of 14 tracks off the joint album from Sheek Louch and Ghostface Killah, due out tomorrow. It’s also the only track on the Wu-Block LP that doesn’t feature Ghostface Killah.
Prvi singl s Khanovog nadolazećeg albuma “Krv, Znoj i Suze 2” koji se očekuje na proljeće 2013.godine.
Na pjesmi gostuje najpoznatiji reper s ovih prostora, General Woo.
Nitko nije očekivao ovu suradnju, stoga poslušajte i uvjerite se sami jeli vrijedilo!!
Beat: Agent 0,03
Mix & Master: Macola (Red Records Vocal Studio)
Snoop gathers the GGN family for an epic Thanksgiving. KassemG, Timothy DeLaGhetto, Mayer Hawthorne, Luenell, The Bishop, Mike Epps, and some very lovely servers all join in for a holiday meal like no other.
Babygrande Records presents the History of Freeway, mixed entirely by the Showoff himself, DJ Statik Selektah. Statik picked some of the most popular as well as some of the rarest gems from Free’s illustrious career to make the most comprehensive Freeway mixtape ever compiled.
Freeway’s forthcoming album “Diamond In The Ruff” features guest appearances from Wale, Marsha Ambrosius, Vivian Green and more as well as production by Just Blaze, Jake One, Bink!, Needlz and more. Diamond In The Ruff hits stores worldwide November 27th on Babygrande Records.
Enjoy a VHS rip of the 60 Min episode which showed fans a day in the life of Jay-Z, Def Jam and Rocafella during the making of “The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse”. The news network takes an in-depth look into the entrepreneurial success of Hov and Dame while taking moments to study the music process, going from the offices of major labels all the way back to the depths of the hood into Jay’s neighborhood of Brooklyn.
We start in 2002 at El-P’s apartment where he proceeds to warn us that WW3 is here, and we’re all “going to die!” DJ Abilities makes a brief cameo (playing video games). Vast Aire explains the relativity of time through the eyes of poor folk (“The day is long when you’re poor. When you’re a poor person 24 hours is like 10 years.”), speaking with more flow than some rappers have in their veins.
MTV gets bashed by Vast Aire and Jestone Art. On the topic of science fiction, El-P drops some mad knowledge on the state of the U.S. post-9/11. Mr. Lif and El-P interrupt Aesop Rock as he pours out his heart.
Vast Aire professes his love for poetry, opens up his notebook for a brief recitation. Fittingly, El-P calls rappers “the writers of our generation… these are the new authors.” The doc ends as it began: with an apartment full of genre-disruptors kickin’ it in the midst of their own genius.