Song that didn’t make the cut for LASERS. It’s a shame, cause the track is not half bad and I actually like it better than most of the LASERS playlist. Lupe and B.o.B rap over a nice mellowed instrumental that seems to suit the awesome weather we’re getting today in Southern Ontario. Enjoy.
Just a quick playlist of songs that got some rotation over the weekend plus some new jams to start off the week.
I posted this in a #FreshFridays post a few weeks back . Don’t sleep on this track, this shit is banging.
Fiffy spits some verses then talks a bunch of smack at the end.
Like any sane individual, normally I would immediately dismiss posting something on Britney. Fortunately, Adrian Lux & Nause have made this track slightly more tolerable.
Lupe goes in over the Queen Bee’s track. 15 days til LASERS.
Lex Luger on production, Juicy J rapping about everyone’s favourite herb. You know what it is.Read More
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So we’re old now. Weird coincidence that this happened right around the time that I enter some weird-ass new territory that lies north of twenty-one years of age. Wanted to do something crazy for this post, but I’m out of ideas on this one. Things might get real gritty around here since we’re in the century club, like I might just post random stories of crazy junkies on the streets Caracas and other business like that. Word to your mother.
So I guess you guys came here for some tunes, so let’s get to that. There’s really no perfect song for a milestone post, so I just compiled a basket of songs, new and old. Feel free to drop some comments about this post or how you feel about the blog as a whole so far. Here’s the lineup: Lupe Fiasco, Ra Ra Riot, Wale, Tyga, Rick Ross, Das Racist and Cold War Kids. Starters below with the rest after the jump.Read More
I’m mad tired so not really interested in typing on for too long (and no one likes reading lots of pointless info anyways). Here’s 6 projects being released between right now and about early March that have me most excited for 2011 in music. Follow me on Twitter.
The Truth’s fifth solo album features production from the likes of 88-Keys, KHRYSIS!, and Ski Beatz. I showcased one of the singles off the album last month on the blog, so the hype has obviously been building for me. For those looking to listen to someone rap about something other than hoes, clothes and shiny cars, I point you in this direction.
BONUS: Full album stream here.
The Bloody Beetroots, Jay-Z, Kanye, Diplo, The Cold War Kids, and Lupe on the other side.Read More
L.A.S.E.R.S. drops March 8th.Read More