Curren$y had spent his 2016 dropping project after project after project after project after project after project after project after project after project throughout the year. And as September comes to a close, he continues the streak with his ninth consecutive outing, Andretti 9/30.
A fitting name, considering Spitta recorded the entire thing late last night (early Thursday morning) — after stumbling on a batch of Cardo and Cash Fargo beats, while putting the finishing touches on the third installment of Jet Life’s Weed & Instrumentals series. Talk about a score!
At eight tracks, Andretti 9/30 includes features from Cornerboy P, C-Sick, Fiend, Marcelo and T.Y., and, according to Cardo, he’s responsible for the first four beats.
Meek Mill fanned the flames of his beefs with Beanie Sigel and The Game on his Hot 97 freestyle today (September 30) with Funkmaster Flex.
“Niggas talk about me / They see me and never say shit / Keep ’em suckas dipping and dodging like it’s The Matrix / Heart full of hatred / Show it on the internet / Weirdo niggas in my comments, but we ain’t into that,” he raps, explaining why he turned off his Instagram comments. Beanie Sigel blasted the MMG rapper for caring what the “peanut gallery” was saying and thought that was the reason he turned off his Instagram comments.
After he posted an IG of a supposed text message from Sigel, Meek Mill took more swipes at Beans in the freestyle for questioning the younger Philly rapper’s stake in the City of Brotherly love.
“They like Meek Milly won’t you spit that crack again/Fake niggas up three bring us back again/Riding down Broad Street I’m in that back again, I bully niggas I’m like Mack again, Philly,” he spits, referencing the Broad Street Bully (which happens to be the name of Sigel’s fifth album).
He takes more shots at those who question his relationship with his girlfriend Nicki Minaj. Sigel said that part of the reason tension bubbled between him and Meek was because Meek shared some information with the legend that he shouldn’t have. The Game also started his beef by threatening to give the Queens MC the “pool stick.”
“Posted up with Nicki/That’s when it get tricky/Niggas in they feelings/That’s when it get Drizzy,” Meek raps, throwing some shade at Drake, too. Funkmaster Flex was instrumental in fanning their beef as he released Drake’s apparent reference tracks after Meek claimed his OVO foe used a ghostwriter.
Meek Mill wraps up his seven-minute freestyle with some final words for The Game and his social media bullying.
“Kill ’em with success / They gonna kill me with emojis / Kill me with a meme / You pussies never could expose me,” he says.
In case you were wondering where Dreamchasers 4 is — he did say it would drop in September, and here we are on the last day of the month — Meek says it’s on the way.
The second part of Smokebox with Dj Julio is out. After talking to B- Real about their friendship, including a story featuring Eazy-E this time they are continuing their session by sharing stories from their Cypress Hill history, including the story of how the group was introduced to each other. We can call this the episode of going back in time when the Cypress Hill started doing their music.
Deči iz Sick Toucha odlučili su svoje fanove nagraditi novim spotom. Riječ je o stvari ˝Ne Verujem Ništa˝ koja je nastala kao suradnja između Sale Rdz-e ,Mlate,Žutiog i Cobran. Neki kadrovi snimljeni su prije, a ostatak istih sniman je prije nekoliko dana , tako da nam još samo preostaje čekati da kreativni proces sklapanja kadrova u jednu cjelinu bude završen. Koliko se može vidjeti iz najave iza samog objektiva kamere nalazi se Kosta Marinović.
Osim ovog spota također najavljeno je objavljivanje još jednog uratka iz Sick Touch radionice , riječ je o suradnji Cobrana i Sale Rdz-e. Stvar koju će objaviti s pripadajućim video spotom nosi naziv “Trebo sam da znam” , a njeno objavljivanje najavljeno je za sutra u 19 sati putem Sick Touch TV You Tube kanala.
After years of mutual respect, circling each other in collaborations, tours, style and respect, two titans of their craft have finally collided in Apollo Brown & Skyzoo’s “The Easy Truth.” The album is everything you’ve dreamt it would be: breakneck instrumentals and syllables crafted to make your head spin. The marriage between Detroit instrumentals and NYC wordplay has never been more cohesive. Themes range from police brutality to NY ambitions; Skyzoo shows you the world the way he sees it.
Recorded and produced in Detroit, “The Easy Truth,” is the perfect distillation of hiphop influences. Every moment on the album is a loaded question, a perspective positing a notion of truth, the convergence of grit and symphony.
Joining the artists on the record are Joell Ortiz, Westside Gunn, Stalley, Conway and Patty Crash, a reciprocal band of guests that only add depth and richness to the duo’s chemistry. Coming September 30th, “The Easy Truth,” is true to its titular description: honest, fluid, and organic.
Also, hit continue reading to watch their new music video for the track A Couple Dollars with Joell Ortiz.