Posts Tagged ‘Kool G Rap

23
Oct
09

Deadly Duo (Nas & Jay-Z) Mixtape

Nas & Jay

The homie Hevehitta hit me off with his new mixtape with DJ Unexpected entitled Deadly Duo (Nas & Jay-Z). Seeing that Nasir and Hov are two of the best to ever do it, downloading this one is a no-brainer

It’s loaded with demo tracks, rare unreleased joints including a Nas collabo with Kool G Rap, and two “Look What I Found” break-beat segments where Unexpected goes IN on the samples used for each MC’s respective classic mid-90’s album. This looks like an essential part of any hip-hop head’s digital crates.

To get the full tape as a podcast, click here to check out Podomatic. You can also purchase this particular tape for 8 bucks here and receive another mixtape for free.99. I mean, who doesn’t like free shit?

Track list & download link below. Shout to Hevehitta and the good folks at Diggers Union for the hook up, Enjoy!

Download: Hevehitta & DJ Unexpected – Deadly Duo (Nas & Jay-Z)

Track List:

01. The Twin Towers (Intro – Produced By DJ Unexpected for Diggers Union Local 1200)
02. Jay Z – Broken English (Demo Track)
03. Nas Speaks On The 80’s (Interlude)
04. Nas Feat. AZ & Nature – Time (Unreleased – Produced By Dr. Dre)
05. Jay Z Feat. Sauce Money – Nothing But Love (Demo Track)
06. Nas Feat. Kool G Rap & White Boy – #1 With A Bullet (Unreleased)
07. Jay Z Feat. Sauce Money – Ripping It Up (Demo Track)
08. Nas Speaks On Illmatic (Interlude)
09. Nas – Nas Will Prevail (Demo Track)
10. Jay Z Speaks On Being A True MC (Interlude)
11. Jay Z – The Greatest MC (Demo Track)
12. Nas – Yeah Yeah Yeah (Freestyle)
13. Jay Z – Pass The Rock (Demo Track)
14. Nas – Death Anniversary (Unreleased)
15. Jay Z Feat. Nas – Dead Presidents (Live Performance)
16. Nas Feat. Jay Z – Black Republicans
17. Jay Z Feat. Nas & Ludacris – I Do It For Hip Hop

“Look What I Found” Illmatic Section

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“Look What I Found” Reasonable Doubt Section

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45. Outro

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20
Oct
09

Cop Today: William Cooper, Royce Da 5’9, Fashawn & More

Black Market Militia Presents William Cooper – Beware of the Pale Horse

I’ve been pushing heavy for the homie William Cooper, and today’s finally the day! He releases his solo debut Beware of the Pale Horse amidst some other dope hip-hop albums, including Royce Da 5’9’s Street Hop and Fashawn’s debut Boy Meets World produced by Exile. Click the album covers or titles to support hip-hop music, Enjoy!

Bonus Download: William Cooper ft. Kool G Rap – American Gangsters

 

Royce Da 5’9 – Street Hop

Fashawn – Boy Meets World

Cormega – Born and Raised

Killah Priest – Elizabeth

RJD2 – 2001-2010 (4-vinyl Box Set)
08
Oct
09

Tonight: William Cooper’s Album Listening Party

William Cooper

That’s right, the day is finally here.

Members of the media, tastemakers, DJs, radio personalities, film crews and hip-hop heads will gather tonight in one of Manhattan’s most historic recording studios to hear William Cooper a.k.a. Booth’s debut solo album Beware of the Pale Horse.

The listening party starts at 7:45 PM at the legendary Chung King Studios. That’s right, we’ll be in the same spot that countless greats recorded including Jay-Z, Jimi Hendrix, Big Pun, Eminem, LL Cool J, Lauryn Hill, Talib Kweli, Aaliyah (RIP), Dead Prez, and the list goes on. Go ahead and shoot me an e-mail ASAP if you’d like to be added to the list, since there is limited space.

I wanna extend a special thank you to everyone who has helped my effort to inform people about the talented, real MC that is William Cooper of Black Market Militia. He put a lot of hard-work into this project, the culmination of 3-years of relentless grinding to release it on his very own label, Gemstarr Regime. I’ve seen his tracks getting love at NahRight, TSS, 2DB, Broken Cool, HipHopDX in addition to so many other blogs and websites that showed support. Good lookin’ out, for real.

He’s also got some extremely dope features on the album too. Kool G Rap, Killah Priest, Ill Bill (La Coka Nostra), Nature (The Firm), 9th Prince (Killarmy), Hell Razah (Sunz of Man) and more showed love to the homie because they believed in him.

I’ve got a good feeling that everyone that shows up tonight will walk away impressed and craving to hear the album again, as it’s a thought-provoking listen with quality production and thorough concepts.

Below are the three tracks that I’ve leaked thus far. Hit me up to hear the full-length album tonight if you’re in the Big Apple. October 20th, let’s make history. Enjoy!

Download:

William Cooper ft. Ill Bill – Beware of the Pale Horse (Mastered Final Version)

William Cooper ft. Killah Priest & Hell Razah – In America

William Cooper ft. Killah Priest – Cocaine Israelites

08
Sep
09

William Cooper – In America

William Cooper

Here’s the latest leak from the homie William Cooper a.k.a. Booth of Black Market Militia called “In America” off his upcoming solo debut Beware of the Pale Horse

The album drops October 20, featuring Kool G Rap, Ill Bill, Nature, Killah Priest and many more dope guest spots.

Peep the track below featuring Killah Priest and Hell Razah, and let me know what you think. Support real hip-hop, Enjoy!

William Cooper ft. Killah Priest & Hell Razah – In America

Previously: William Cooper ft. Ill Bill – Beware of the Pale Horse

30
Aug
09

11 Ultimate Hip-Hop Trios

New Wu

With the dream-team of Ghostface, Raekwon & Method Man forming like Voltron possibly even before ’09 kicks the bucket, heads everywhere should be drooling over the possibility of an album from the Wu-based trio.

Similarly, the three-headed monster Random Axe comprised of Black Milk, Sean Price & Guilty Simpson leaking “Monster Babies” off their upcoming collab album this year was monumental.

These combos really are dreams come true. So I got to thinking, what other combinations of MCs would hip-hop heads like to hear? Here are my choices for 11 of the ultimate hip-hop trios:

Jay-Z, Nas & Eminem

Jay-Z, Nas & Eminem

Group Name: Greatest of Our Time

Rakim, Kool G Rap & KRS-One

Rakim, Kool G Rap & KRS-One

Group Name: Veteran’s Day

Kanye West, Talib Kweli & Pharaohe Monch

Kanye West, Talib Kweli & Pharaohe Monch

Group Name: Guerilla Monsoon

Scarface, Bun B & Slim Thug

Scarface, Bun B & Slim Thug

Group Name: Anti-Confederacy

Q-Tip, Black Thought & Common

Q-Tip, Black Thought & Common

Group Name: Rewind Power

Snoop Dogg, B-Real & Redman

Snoop Dogg, B-Real & Redman

Group Name: Smoke Break

Posdnuous, Phife Dawg & A-Plus

Posdnuos, Phife Dawg & A-Plus

Group Name: Under Rated

T.I., Ludacris & Big Boi

T.I., Ludacris & Big Boi

Group Name: Bottom’s Up

Black Milk, Royce Da 5'9 & Elzhi

Black Milk, Royce Da 5’9 & Elzhi

Group Name: Motor City

Brother Ali, Jay Electronica & Blu

Brother Ali, Jay Electronica & Blu

Group Name: Add Verbs

Wale, Lupe Fiasco & Phonte

Wale, Lupe Fiasco & Phonte

Group Name: Fresh Breath

 

What about you? Who would be your choices for hip-hop trios?

07
Jul
09

Cop Today: Alchemist – Chemical Warfare

Alchemist

Seasoned beat-maker Alchemist drops his second album Chemical Warfare today. It’s entirely produced by him, and this time around he also opts to hop on the mic more than 2004’s 1st Infantry.

Featuring guest verses from Kool G Rap, KRS-One, Snoop Dogg, Evidence, Talib Kweli, Prodigy, Fabolous, Gangrene (Oh No + Alchemist) and more, this LP is a must-have for your 2009 hip-hop collection.

We’re not JUST about freebies here at HTT, so go buy Chemical Warfare at Amazon now!

Sneak Peak:

Therapy (feat. Evidence, Blu & KiD CuDi) – The Alchemist

04
Jul
09

4th of July Half Time Mix

Happy 4th of July

While I’m working on a half-time recap piece for one of my favorite websites (you’ll know soon enough), I put together this mix of some of the year’s best hip-hop tracks thus far.

You’ll hear everything from mainstream jams by Fabolous and Maino to underground gems from Doom and Wu-Tang Clan, a concise wrap up of the best of the first half of ’09.

Spark up the BBQ (among other things, if that’s ya style), grab an ice-cold Old English and bump this for the ingredients for a dope Independence Day celebration, Enjoy!

Download Hold the Throne’s 4th of July Half Time Mix

Track List:

  1. 6th Sense – Thoughts
  2. Alchemist ft. Evidence, Blu, Talib Kweli & Kid Cudi – Therapy
  3. B.o.B./Bobby Ray – Put Me On
  4. Brother Ali – Good Lord
  5. Doom – Rap Ambush
  6. Drake ft. Lil’ Wayne & Young Jeezy – I’m Goin’ In (Remix)
  7. Eminem ft. Dr. Dre – Old Time’s Sake
  8. Fabolous ft. Jeremih – It’s My Time
  9. Finale – Pay Attention – Interlude (Beat The Drums)
  10. Jadakiss ft. Nas – What If
  11. Jay Electronica – Exhibit A (Transformations)
  12. Joe Budden ft. The Game – The Future
  13. K’naan – Wavin’ Flag
  14. k-os – I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman
  15. Madlib – The Main Inspiration: The Coltrane of Beats
  16. Maino ft. T-Pain – All The Above
  17. Mos Def – Casa Bey
  18. Reflection Eternal – Back Again
  19. Slaughterhouse – Wack MCs
  20. Tiye Phoenix – Master Plan
  21. Wale ft. Lady Gaga – Chillin’
  22. Wu-Tang Clan ft. Raekwon, MOP and Kool G Rap – Ill Figures




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