Some very cool visuals of the lights of Toronto. Filmed on Christmas Day, Tyler Freedman achieved the shots by cruising around town with a video camera strapped to the roof of an SUV. The bottom half of the was then replaced with a mirror image of the top half. Props to Tyler on the nice visuals and shouts to 1 LOVE T.O. .Read More
Definitely looks like Eminem’s trying to finish the year off strong/hit the ground running in 2011. Fresh off the release of Syllables and Topless, here’s two more tracks that hit the web today. Cocaine has the lustry voice of Jazmine Sullivan on the chorus while Slim demonstrates his proven storytelling ability on Difficult. Follow the tweets and songs after the click.Read More
Slow day in the blogsphere besides everyone believing that Tupac’s (RIP) killer had been arrested. Then again, Suge Knight’s not that popular of a guy to start with, I’d be alright if he had to do some time.
Anyways, here’s a new track straight outta Compton (literally) by H.O.P.E. featuring Kendrick Lamar (Credits to 2DopeBoyz). H.O.P.E.’s new mixtpae, Believe In Hope Wright, is scheduled for an early 2011 release. Kendrick Lamar has released 2 mixtapes to date, Kendrick Lamar EP and O(verly) D(edicated). Check out H.O.P.E. and Kendrick then click through for downloads.Read More
Little late on this one, but unreleased Holiday track that was recorded wayback in 2003 by the trio. Think of it as the musical trailer from Christmas 2011, enjoy.Read More
Little to much pop for me, but still kinda of fun to listen to. Basically a summary of the ONLY songs that we’re played on the radio the last 12 months.Read More
Earlier today news broke of a possible Dr. Dre, 50, Jay-Z & Eminem collaboration in the works, followed by the leak of this track. The beat for this was covered by T.I. earlier in the year but does give hope for a possible Detox album in 2011. [UPDATE] Supposedly this song was crafted a while back as a reference track. Dr. Dre’s on production and the chorus with Em and Nas on the verse. Stream and download after the jump.Read More
Here’s the talked about EP from Asher and Nottz Raw, Rawth. Haven’t had a listen yet, but the tracklist includes songs featuring Kardinal and Rhymesfest so I’m expecting big things.
For those unfamiliar with Nottz, he’s produced for some pretty big names in hip-hop including Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg and Dwele. He released his own album, You Need This Music, back in October featuring guest spots from Royce Da’ 5’9 and Mayer Hawthorne. Click here for more on Nottz and the rest of the Raw Koncept crew. MP3, tracklist and EP download on the other side.