Archive for July, 2010

H-Town Tribute 2 Notorious B.I.G.[Mixtape]

Posted in H-Town, NY Rap, Throwback, Tributes on July 31, 2010 by Stevearelli

Really crazy Notorious B.I.G mixtape of all his bangers chopped and screwed by DJ Candlestick presented by OG Ron C. Don’t sleep on this I’m bout to pour up a 4 and get right to this.

01.notorious b.i.g.-kick in the door (h-town intro)
02.notorious b.i.g.-mo money mo problems
03.notorious b.i.g.-friend of mine
04.notorious b.i.g.-only you ft. 112
05.notorious b.i.g.-juicy
06.notorious b.i.g.-everyday struggles
07.notorious b.i.g.-hypnotize
08.notorious b.i.g.-ready 2 die
09.notorious b.i.g.-one more chance (hip-hop remix)
10.notorious b.i.g.-get money
11.notorious b.i.g.-sky is the limit
12.notorious b.i.g.-notorious thugs ft. bone thugs
13.notorious b.i.g.-dead wrong ft. eminem
14.notorious b.i.g.-big poppa
15.notorious b.i.g.-warning
16.notorious b.i.g.-fucking you tonight ft. r. kelly
17.notorious b.i.g.-respect
18.notorious b.i.g.-things done changed
19.notorious b.i.g.-10 crack commandments
20.notorious b.i.g.-cant you see ft. total
21.notorious b.i.g.-gimmie the loot ft. easyyvessiant

H-Town Tribute 2 Notorious B.I.G.[Mixtape Download]

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Tity Boi (Feat.Yo Gotti)-Boo

Posted in ATL, Memphis, Singles on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

Trapavelli 2: The Residue coming soon.

Tity Boi (Feat.Yo Gotti)-Boo[CDQ]

Yelawolf (Feat.Gucci Mane)-Wanna Party[NO DJ]

Posted in ATL, Singles, South on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

I’m hoping that the A&R’s over at Interscope pick up on this and make this Yela’s single for his album. FYI Gucci completely outshined him on the shit. This shit is still a good record though.

Yelawolf (Feat.Gucci Mane)-Wanna Party[NO DJ/CDQ]

Freddie Gibbs Interview With Complex

Posted in Mid West on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

This is the controversial Freddie Gibbs interview where he’s speaking a lot of real ass shit about the music industry. Fuck Charles Hamilton, just felt like saying that. Click after the jump to read the whole interview. Cop that Str8 Killa this tuesday too.

If not for his talent, Freddie Gibbs would be another example of “when keeping it real goes wrong.” At a time when emo-rap has begun to assert itself as hip-hop’s dominant sub-genre, the Gary, Indiana rapper stubbornly clutches onto gangsta rap like it’s a life preserver and his boat has just capsized at sea. His insistence on not compromising his street pedigree and remaining Gangsta Gibbs is probably why Interscope had no idea what to do with him when they signed him in 2005. It’s also probably why, after being dropped from the label in 2007 and taking a short break from rapping, he was embraced so heavily when he came back. His trilogy of mixtapes (The Labels Tryin’ To Kill Me, The Miseducation of Freddie Gibbs, and midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik) got him so hot that XXL put the indie heavyweight on their “Freshman” cover earlier this year.

Gibbs has more than adequately capitalized on his buzz, headlining the Pitchfork Music Festival and building anticipation for his upcoming EP, Str8 Killa, which will be his first retail release and is accompanied by a new mixtape, Str8 Killa, No Filla (today’s Download It Now). Freddie will have little time to bask in the glow of finally having something on store shelves though, because he’s also been recording an album with Alchemist (Devil’s Palace), working on songs with a new supergroup he’s formed with Bun B, Chuck Inglish, and Chip Tha Ripper, and prepping what looks like will be his major label debut, The Baby-Faced Killa. Based in Los Angeles now, Complex got Gibbs on the phone to talk about his current label situation, the difference between him and Rick Ross, and why he doesn’t care for DJ Khaled rapping.
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Bun B (Feat.2pac, Pimp C, Trey Songz)-Right Now

Posted in H-Town, Singles, South on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

I refused to throw up any Bun B cuts from his album on the blog. I haven’t even listened to any of his other shit that leaked, for the sake of buying the album and actually listening to everything like it’s brand new. I heard about this song when Bun B did a listening session in NYC. I’m totally against artist having verses from deceased rappers. That shit is pure ass to me. This song was okay at best until I heard the pac verse. Please leave their OG work alone Bun you know better.

Bun B (Feat.2pac, Pimp C, Trey Songz)-Right Now[CDQ]

Trae Tha Truth-King Of The Streets Vol.2[Mixtape]

Posted in H-Town, Mixtapes, South on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

This tape is a compilation of all of Trae’s most recent joints from this year. Trae’s has a mixtape slated to drop with DJ Folk soon make sure yall look out for that. I heard the Trae Day event in Houston was crazy too.

1.Intro
2.Light Up
3.Maybach Music III
4.Inkredible
5.Intrelude
6.First 48
7.Intrelude
8.B.M.F(G-Mix)
9.Intrelude
10.Other Shit
11.Intrelude
12.Freak
13.Intrelude
14.Lose My Mind Remix
15.Street Shit
16.All White
17.Look In The Mirror
18.Super High Freestyle
19.Super High Remix
20.Unthinkable Freestyle
21.I’m Beamin
22.Live Fast Die Young
23.Seen Money
24.Hustlin(Champions Anthem)
25.Intrelude
26.I Am The Streets
27.Public Service Announcement
28.We Here

Trae Tha Truth-King Of The Streets Vol.2[Mixtape Download]

Tay Don (Feat.Waka Flocka Flame)-Haters[NO DJ]

Posted in ATL, Singles, South, Trap Music on July 30, 2010 by Stevearelli

Here’s another NO DJ track off The Death Of Tay Beatz, Rise Of Tay Don mixtape. Word is that Tay already has a 2nd tape droppin very soon.

Tay Don (Feat.Waka Flocka Flame)-Haters[NO DJ/CDQ]