Posts Tagged ‘Mos Def

08
Jan
10

DJ Heat – Late Night With The Roots (Mixtape)

Late Night With The Roots (Mixtape)

Questo & Black keep their vision to the sky, the rest have their eyes on the road. Fitting.

I’ve been a long-time, outspoken fan and critic of the Legendary Roots Crew. When they became the house band for Fallon’s new gig after Def Jam put so much time into marketing their CDs (#sarcasm), I was ecstatic that they’re hard work was finally recognized on a larger scale. Plus, after raiding the OkayPlayer store yesterday during its 50% discount sale, it’s only right I post this.

The generous DJ Heat recently compiled all of The Roots’ live renditions to date with guests of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Performances include Q-Tip, Public Enemy, Mos Def, Luda, Ghost, Rae, and, well you can read the tracklist for yourself. It showcases the Philly band’s single “How I Got Over” in its pure form, plus that Clipse set is damn near phenomenal.

Download link and track list below. Shout to 2DB and Heather for the heads up. Artwork by Shake. Oh, and props to the only whiteboy in the group, bassist Owen Biddle, for holding it down for us soulful yet melanin-deficit brothas, Enjoy!

DownloadDJ Heat – Late Night With The Roots (Mixtape)

Track List:

1. The Roots – How I Got Over (Live)
2. Ludacris – I Do It For Hip Hop / Last Of A Dying Breed (Live)
3. Mos Def – Casa Bey (Live)
4. Beastie Boys – So Whatcha Want (Live)
5. Black Star – History (Live)
6. Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Rock (Live)
7. Ghostface – Baby f. Raheem DeVauaghn (Live)
8. Wale – Pretty Girls (Live)
9. Raekwon – Catalina (Live)
10. 50 Cent – Baby By Me / Do You Think About Me (Live)
11. Clipse – Popular Demand f. Black Thought (Live)
12. Clipse – Grindin’ f. Black Thought (Live)
13. Q-Tip – Barely In Love (Live)
14. Goodie Mob – Soul Food (Live)
15. Public Enemy – Bring the Noise (Live)

07
Jan
10

Hold the Throne Presents Writers Build: The Best Hip-Hop Songs of 2009

The Best Hip-Hop Songs of 2009

It’s all come down to this. All the effort, pain, and struggle from artists and bloggers alike culminates now as three writers’ crown the Best Hip-Hop Songs of 2009.

Aight, so I’m exagerrating a lil’ bit. And, admittedly, I’m lying through my teeth. We actually still have some more lists after this. But this is like the Rose Bowl – the grandaddy of ’em all!

I went kinda crazy with this one, because this type of ish excites me. It was an exceptional year for individual tracks, as we pulled songs from albums, mixtapes, CD singles, and even vinyl to present you with 3 separate lists of dopeness. These aren’t your averages lists, as you’ll see when you peruse them. We flipped it differently, I hope you’ll have fun while listening.

My fellow contributors this time are:

Jaap van der Doelen, The Rap Up Contributing Writer & Host of WildStyle FM on Maasland FM

J Nicholson, Cornerstone Promotion National Mixshow/ Lifestyle Marketing

I’ve hooked up download links below for you to scoop each list in its entirety. If you’d rather me upload each track, well too bad! drop me a line and I’ll see what I can do.

Hold the Throne’s Writers Build proudly presents the Best Hip-Hop Songs of 2009, Enjoy!

Raekwon & Ghostface

Photo Credit: Dallas Penn

Download: HTT Writers Build – Dom CorleoneBest Hip-Hop Songs of 2009 Part 1 | Part 2

Part 1:

14KT – Hello

50 Cent – Man’s World

6th Sense – Thoughts

Alchemist ft. Maxwell & Twista – Smile

B.o.B. ft. OJ Juiceman & Bun B – I Am The Man

Beanie Sigel – Why Wouldn’t I

Big Boi ft. George Clinton, Too $hort & Sam Chris – For Your Sorrows

BK-One ft. Black Thought – Philly Boy

BK-One ft. Phonte, Brother Ali & The Grouch – Here I Am

Black Milk – Dreams

BlakRoc ft. Mos Def – On The Vista

Blame One ft. Blu & Exile – Wonder Why

Blame One – Documentarian

Bobby Ray – Put Me On (Reebok Classic ’09)

Brother Ali – Breakin’ Dawn

Brother Ali – Palm The Joker / Good Lord

Cam’ron – Silky (No Homo)

Clipse – Freedom

Clipse ft. Kanye West – Kinda Like A Big Deal

Diamond District – Back 2 Basics

DJ JS-1 ft. OC & Pharoahe Monch – Ridiculous

DJ Quik & Kurupt – 9x’s Outta 10

Donny Goines ft. Che Grand & Izza Kizza – She Likes

Doom – Rap Ambush

Doom – That’s That

Drake – Fear

Drake – November 18th

Drake – Say What’s Real

Drake ft. Bun B & Lil’ Wayne – Uptown

Drake ft. Kanye West, Lil’ Wayne & Eminem – Forever

Drake ft. Lil’ Wayne & Young Jeezy – I’m Goin’ In (Remix)

Eminem – Beautiful

Eminem – Tim Westwood Freestyle (“Respect My Conglomerate,” “Alchemist,” “Chonkyfire”)

Fabolous ft. Jeremih – It’s My Time

Fashawn ft. Blu – Samsonite Man

Finale – Pay Attention / Interlude – Beat The Drums

Freddie Gibbs – G.I. Pride prod. Just Blaze

Fresh Daily – Untucked Nunchucks

Ghostface Killah – Stapleton Sex

J Dilla ft. Havoc & Raekwon – 24K Rap

J. Cole – Grown Simba

J. Cole – Lights Please

J.Period & K’naan ft. Kardinal Offishall, Steele & Bajah – Belly Full (Bob Marley Tribute)

Jadakiss ft. Nas – What If

Jay-Z – D.O.A. (Death of Auto-tune)

Jay-Z ft. Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind

Jay Electronica – Exhibit A

Jay Electronica – Exhibit C 

Joe Budden ft. Wale – Tito Santana

Joell Ortiz ft. Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9 & Crooked I – Move On (Slaughterhouse Mix)

K’naan – Wavin’ Flag

K-os – I Wish I Knew Natalie Portman

Kanye West ft. T-Pain – Flight School

Keelay & Zaire ft. Tunji – Addicts For Real

Kid Cudi – Soundtrack 2 My Life

Kid Cudi ft. MGMT & Ratatat – Pursuit of Happiness

Part 2:

Lil’ Wayne – Ice Cream

Lil’ Wayne – Watch My Shoes

Lupe Fiasco – The National Anthem

Lushlife – Until The Sun Dies

M.O.P. – Forever & Always

Maino ft. T-Pain – All The Above

Marco Polo & Torae ft. Masta Ace & Sean Price – Hold Up

Method Man & Redman ft. Saukrates – Ayo

Method Man & Redman ft. Bun B – City Lights

Mike Posner ft. Big Sean, Donnis & Jackie Chain – Smoke & Drive

Mos Def – Casa Bey

Mos Def – Supermagic

Mos Def – Workers Comp

Mos Def ft. Talib Kweli – History

Nas ft. Marsha Ambrosius- If I Ruled The World ’09 (Smirnoff Signature Mix)

Pac Div – Mayor

Pill – Trap Goin’ Ham

Raekwon – Surgical Gloves

Raekwon ft. Cappadonna & Ghostface – 10 Bricks

Raekwon ft. Inspectah Deck & Masta Killa – Kiss The Ring

Raekwon ft. Lyfe Jennings – Catalina

Raekwon ft. Method Man & Ghostface – New Wu

Rakim – Holy Are You

Random Axe – Monster Babies

Red Cafe ft. Jadakiss, Rick Ross, Fabolous, OJ Da Juiceman & Diddy – Hottest In The Hood Remix

Reflection Eternal ft. Jay Electronica, J . Cole & Mos Def – Just Begun

Rhymefest – Exodus 5.1

Rick Ross – Mafia Music

The Roots – How I Got Over (Live)

Royce Da 5’9 ft. Crooked I – Gun Harmonizing

Saigon ft. Just Blaze – Gotta Believe It

Saigon & Statik Selektah – Spit

Sean Price ft. Law & Rock – Hot

Sean Price – Petro & Royce Da 5’9 – Goodnite!!!

Skiggy Rapz ft. Tienus – Today

Skyzoo – The Opener

Slaughterhouse – Microphone

Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Rock

Souls of Mischief – Tour Stories

Tanya Morgan – So Damn Down

Tiye Phoenix – Master Plan

UGK – Da Game Been Good To Me

Wale ft. Melanie Fiona & J. Cole – Beautiful Bliss

William Cooper ft. Stoneface & Majesty – Free prod. BP

Mos Def

Photo Credit: Drop Magazine

Download: HTT Writers Build – Jaap van der DoelenBest Hip-Hop Songs of 2009

1. Mos Def ft. Slick Rick – Auditorium

2. Raekwon ft. Ghost, Meth & INS – House Of Flying Daggers

3. Slaughterhouse – The One

4. Red & Meth ft Bun B – City Lights

5. K’Naan & J.Period ft. Bob Dylan – Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright

6. Slum Village ft. Marsha Ambrosius – Cloud 9

7. Clipse – Freedom

8. Wale ft. K’Naan – TV In The Radio

9. Jay Electronica – Exhibit C

10. Beastie Boys ft. Nas – Too Many Rappers

 

Doom

Photo Credit: Stones Throw & The New Yorker

Download: HTT Writers Build – J NicholsonBest Hip-Hop Songs of 2009

1. Jay Electronica – Exhibit C

2. Busta Rhymes ft. Billy Danze – Undescribable

3. Doom – Ballskin

4. Nas ft. Marsha Ambrosius- If I Ruled The World ’09 (Smirnoff Signature Mix)

5. Rapper Big Pooh ft. Darien Brockington – Move

6. Jet Audio ft. The Kid Daytona – Lose Your Mind

7. Royce Da 5’9 – I Gotta Shake This

8. Pac Div – Mayor

9. Redman & Method Man – Mrs. International

10. Busta Rhymes ft. Show Money – Try Your Hand

11. Busta Rhymes ft. Spliff Star & Reek – Piano Man

12. Skillz – 2009 Rap Up

13. Raekwon ft. Jadakiss & Styles P – Broken Safety

14. Raekwon ft. Inspectah Deck & Masta Killa -Kiss The Ring

15. Sean Price- Pork Chops & Applesauce

16. Slaughterhouse ft. Pharoahe Monch – Salute

17. Joe Scudda – Trunk Rattle

18. J Dilla ft. Black Thought – Reality TV

19. J Dilla ft. Lil’ Fame of M.O.P. – Blood Sport

20. Marco Polo & Torae ft. Masta Ace & Sean Price – Hold Up

21. Mos Def – Workers Comp

22. Mos Def ft. Slick Rick – Auditorium

23. Doom – Gazzillion Ear

24. Redman & Method Man – Dangerous MC’s

25. Guilty Simpson – Stress

26. Najee – Cold Outside

27. De La Soul ft. Raheem Devaughn – Morning Rise

28. J. Cole – Lights Please

29. J. Cole – Grown Simba

30. 50 Cent – Strong Enough

31. Skyzoo – The Opener

32. Busta Rhymes – Fate Of The World

33. Skyzoo – For What It’s Worth

34. 50 Cent – Redrum

35. Drake ft. Phonte & Elzhi – Think Good Thoughts (Really from ’05 but was released this year)

36. Royce Da 5’9 ft. Bun B & Joell Ortiz – Hood Love

37. Reflection Eternal ft. Jay Electronica, J . Cole & Mos Def – Just Begun

38. Fashawn ft. Planet Asia – The Score

39. Redman ft. Ready Roc – Coc Back

40. 50 Cent – So Disrespectful

41. Fashawn – Lost In NY

42. Ed. OG & Masta Ace – Little Young

43. L.E.G.A.C.Y. ft. Sean Price & Phonte – T.K.O.

44. Snoop Dogg –  I Wanna Rock

45. The Roots – Choir Fire

46. Pac Div – Whiplash

47. Pac Div – Young Black Male

48. Jay-Z ft. Kid Cudi – Already Home

49. Eminem – My Mom

50. Raekwon ft. Cappadonna & Ghostface Killah – 10 Bricks

03
Jan
10

Hold the Throne presents Writers Build: The Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2009

The Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2009

 

It’s that time again!

With my new blog this year, I’ve decided to do something different. I rounded up some talented bloggers and taste-makers for a segment I’m calling Writer’s Build. Our first mission? Tackle the Best Hip-Hop Album of 2009.

Give a warm welcome to our contributors today:

Boris, a.k.a. Dj01 of Metal Lungies

Jaap van der Doelen, The Rap Up Contributing Writer & Host of WildStyle FM on Maasland FM

J Nicholson, Cornerstone Promotion National Mixshow/ Lifestyle Marketing

Trav Glave, of Wake Your Daughter Up & Bloggerhouse

This year, although hip-hop was dominated by singles and mixtapes, there were some extremely dope albums if you made an effort to find them. The diverse selections we’ve compiled cover every end of the spectrum, from commercial releases to independent efforts. Each writer took it in a different direction, so I’m proud & excited to present the first annual Hold the Throne Presents Writers Build: The Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2009.

As usual, click the album covers or titles to support the artists that dropped quality material this year, Enjoy!

Disclaimer: The views & opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of Hold the Throne. Except for Dom’s choices, of course.


Dom

1. Mos Def – The Ecstatic [MP3 Download]

2. Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II  [MP3 Download]

3. Brother Ali – Us [MP3 Download]

4. Eminem – Relapse [MP3 Download]

5. Doom – Born Like This [MP3 Download]

6. KiD CuDi – Man on the Moon: The End of Day [MP3 Download]

7. Method Man & Redman – Blackout! 2 [MP3 Download]

8. Clipse – Til The Casket Drops [MP3 Download]

9.  J Dilla – Jay Stay Paid [MP3 Download]

10. Jay-Z – The Blueprint 3 [MP3 Download]

11. Wu-Tang Clan – Chamber Music 

12. BK-One – Radio do Canibal [MP3 Download]

13. Fashawn – Boy Meets World  [MP3 Download]

14. Masta Ace & Edo G – Arts & Entertainment [MP3 Download]

15. Diamond District – In The Ruff [MP3 Download]

16. Souls of Mischief – Montezuma’s Revenge [MP3 Download]

17. K’Naan – Troubadour [Amazon MP3 Exclusive Version]

18. UGK – UGK 4 Life [MP3 Download]

19. Royce Da 5’9 – Street Hop [MP3 Download]

20. O.C. & A.G. – Oasis [MP3 Download]

Til The Casket Drops

Boris B.

Clipse – Til The Casket Drops [MP3 Download]

In terms of my most anticipated album of the year, I was a little worried when I first heard “Kinda Like a Big Deal” but after a few listens it really grew on me and restored my hope. After your typical label BS/delays, the album finally delivered. With the best album intro since forever with “Freedom,” The Brothers Thornton struck a good balance with working with The Neptunes and other producers.

Jay-Z – The Blueprint 3 [MP3 Download]

Definitely not better than Blueprint, but my favorite release of his since The Black Album. It irks me that people are looking for the “old” Hov on this, when its clear he is a different person with evolving tastes and views. “Already Home” is my favorite track on this album with a great hook featuring CuDi and great strings on the beat; just perfect.

Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II  [MP3 Download]

This is one of my favorite Wu-Tang solo albums of all-time, thank God that it survived all the drama of getting it released. With Rae leaving Aftermath ,I was praying to the Wu-Gods that it wouldn’t be some low-budget album with throwaway beats, that would be a disgrace to the classic OG Linx album. All of the Wu cameos were on point, Rae even found Blue Raspberry (who I last heard on Apathy’s 05 album) to join him again. Makes me wonder of how many Rae x Dre gems are in that infamous Dre vault?

Wale – Attention Deficit [MP3 Download]

In terms of anticipated album for me, heck, I’ve been waiting for this for more than 2 years. I really liked Attention Deficit, some people said that it was cohesive enough or it lacked a vision.. do you not see the title? It captures Wale perfect as a person; watch some of his candid videos, or go to a concert of his, his mind is all over the place (in a good way). Who else can go from having Lady Gage to Dave Sitek?? To me personally, I feel like it was one Just Blaze banger away from being perfect.

KiD CuDi – Man On The Moon: The End of Day [MP3 Download]

Favorite album of the year to vibe to this year by far. With relatable song content, the melodies are perfect, the beats are great, and the the album’s story is very well executed. If you are looking for Cudder to bust some impressive technical abilites with his flow or something, this isn’t the album for you. The dude just makes songs that you want to listen to.

Marco Polo & Torae – Double Barrel [MP3 Download]

ML‘s favorite Canadian producer hooks up with Torae on a great effort to capture the great dynamic between one MC and one producer. Just a great consistent boom-bap sound with Torae’s sharp lyrics through out the entire thing. “Crash The Party” made me want to attend parties in Timberlands only.

Eminem – Relapse [MP3 Download]

A comeback, sorta, kinda, maybe? A few tracks off this album, not gonna lie, I really didn’t like. But tracks like “Beautiful” made me hopeful for future Eminem releases. Bonus cut “My Darling” didn’t really fit the album but was one of my favorites and very over-looked. C’mon son, can you really hate 20 tracks of Dre beats (looks like Em took a step back from producing this go-around)?

Maino – If Tomorrow Comes [MP3 Download]

I’m probably the only person that but this album on any lists, any postion, but I gotta speak my piece on Maino. To me, his voice is the most genuine of any rapper that’s come out in years. He may not be the most adavanced rapper, but he can definitely write a song that is real and from his heart. If anything, Maino shows that when he works with a good producer like Just Blaze, Swizz, or J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, he can make a banger, though some of the other tracks it’s a hit or miss.

UGK – UGK 4 Life [MP3 Download]

My favorite Southern album of the year, a well-executed swan-song for the legendary duo. They pulled it off without any guests or producers that outshine the duo. Nothing flashy on the album, just vintage UGK tales throughout. Pimp C would be proud. R.I.P. Pimp C.

Slaughterhouse – Slaughterhouse [MP3 Download]

If you tried to capture a rap battle royale on a CD, it would probably sound something like this. This album just has four dudes rapping their ass of non-stop. I found myself replaying songs numerous times because you always missing something in the rapid-fire raps. Based off this effort, give these guys a major budget and I know they are cabable of creating a classic.

Rick Ross – Deeper Than Rap [MP3 Download]

Hate Rawseeee all you want, but your favorite rapper wishes he had his ear for beats as Deeper Than Rap probably had the production of the year. Yeah, the collabo’s carried Ricky on a few instances but overall the album was very enjoyable.

DJ Quik & Kurupt – BlaQKout [MP3 Download]

I can’t even recall the last great West Coast album with a MC/Producer team that was this good. Virtually no guests or singles disturb this G-Funk session. Now, if Kurupt could just get that Pete Rock collabo album out..

Ghostface Killah – Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City [MP3 Download]

The only rapper that could do R&Bish type stuff without me itching to press the “skip” button (see Jadakiss – The Last Kiss). I mean, Ghost had me listeing to Lloyd AND a Cheetah girl on the same album? You know it must be good. 

Jaap van der Doelen

1. Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II  [MP3 Download]

2. Mos Def – The Ecstatic [MP3 Download]

3. Royce Da 5’9 – Street Hop [MP3 Download]

4. Blakroc – Blakroc [MP3 Download

5. Doom – Born Like This [MP3 Download]

6. K’Naan – Troubadour [Amazon MP3 Exclusive Version]

7. Souls Of Mischief – Montezuma’s Revenge [MP3 Download]

8. J Dilla – Jay Stay Paid [MP3 Download]

9. Slaughterhouse – Slaughterhouse [MP3 Download]

10. Method Man & Redman – Blackout! 2 [MP3 Download

Born Like This

J Nicholson

1. Doom – Born Like This [MP3 Download]

2. Jadakiss – The Last Kiss [MP3 Download]

3. Method Man & Redman – Blackout! 2 [MP3 Download

4. J Dilla – Jay Stay Paid [MP3 Download]

5. Marco Polo & Torae – Double Barrel [MP3 Download]

6. KRS-One & Buckshot – Survival Skills [MP3 Download]

7. Mos Def – The Ecstatic [MP3 Download]

8. Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II  [MP3 Download]

9. Skyzoo – The Salvation

10. Ghostface Killah – Ghostdini the Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City [MP3 Download]

11. Fashawn – Boy Meets World [MP3 Download]

12. Jay-Z – The Blueprint 3 [MP3 Download]

13. Slaughterhouse – Slaughterhouse [MP3 Download]

14. Camp Lo- Another Heist [MP3 Download]

15. Royce Da 5’9 – Street Hop [MP3 Download


 Trav Glave

1. Paten Locke – Super Ramen Rocketship [MP3 Download]

2. Poorly Drawn People – Motion Not Emotion [MP3 Download]

3. J Dilla – Jay Stay Paid [MP3 Download]

4. Cunninlynguists – Strange Journey Volume One [MP3 Download]

5. Brother Ali – Us [MP3 Download]

6. Aarophat & Illastrate as Black Noise – The Black Noise LP

7. Tanya Morgan – Brooklynati [MP3 Download]

8. Blame One – Days Chasing Days [MP3 Download]

9. Skyzoo – The Salvation

10. Dynas – The Apartment [MP3 Download]

11. Fashawn – Boy Meets World [MP3 Download]

12. Tha Connection – Love Royale [MP3 Download]

13. Finale – A Pipe Dream & A Promise [MP3 Download]

14. 5 O’ Clock Shadowboxers – The Slow Twilight

15. Slum Village – Villa Manifesto

16. LoveJones & Phys Edison – Sunday Drive [Shout to Flawless Hustle for link]

17. People Under The Stairs – Carried Away [MP3 Download]

18. Nite People – What Do You Mean You People

19. DJ JS-1 – Ground Original 2: No Sell Out

20. Pseudo Slang – We’ll Keep Looking

21. Illogic – Diabolical Fun

22. Low Budget – LaserDisc

23. Cunninlynguists – Strange Journey Volume 2 [MP3 Download]

24. Diamond District – In The Ruff [MP3 Download]

25. Marco Polo & Torae – Double Barrel [MP3 Download]

26. Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx II

27. Blaq Poet – Tha Blaqprint [MP3 Download]

 

 

More Writers Build year-end goodness coming soon, keep it locked..!!

23
Dec
09

Reflection Eternal ft. Jay Electronica, J. Cole & Mos Def – Untitled [Radio Rip] prod. Hi-Tek

Kweli, Jay Elec, Cole & Mos 

Now THIS is exactly what hip-hop needs.

Talib Kweli & DJ Hi-Tek recruit some of the illest spitters in the game for this cut produced by Hi-Tek himself. This particular radio rip is from Just Blaze and Jay Elec-Hannukkah on Tony Touch’s Shade 45 show last night.

Can’t wait until the CDQ is liberated, who will be first? We’ll surely find out soon, it’d be a dope Christmas present..

Shouts to Heather for the pic & Usershare link and Dre for the Mediafire link, Enjoy!

Download: Reflection Eternal ft. Jay Electronica, J. Cole & Mos Def – Untitled [Radio Rip] prod. Hi-Tek [Mediafire Link]

24
Nov
09

Live Re-Mixing 101

KNK

I’ve been meaning to post this for a minute, but this annoying thing called real life got in the way of blogging right quick.

I got this mix in my inbox last week and I’ve been bumping it steadily ever since.

Remix crew Keys N Krates, comprised of DJ Jr Flo, keyboardist Matisse & drummer Adam Tune, flip some classic hip-hop records for an organic, real-time podcast called Live Re-Mixing 101 presented by Urb Magazine.

Listen as Matisse reinterprets Just Blaze’s instantly-recognizable melody from Jay-Z’s “Public Service Annoucement.” Also, hear Jr Flo scratch the Aretha Franklin sample from Mos Def’s “Miss Fat Booty” and Lauryn Hill’s eloquent vocals from “Fu Ge La” float smoothly over Tune’s live drums. Definitely ain’t no fakin’ the funk on this one!

I highly recommend turning the volume up and letting this half-hour podcast mix rock. Whether you’re in the whip or at the crib with your peoples, I’ll bet my bottom dollar this impresses.

To find out more about Keys N Krates, hit up KeysNCrates.com or their blog

Shout to Armando for sending this over, Enjoy!

Download: Keys N Krates – Live Re-Mixing 101 [SoundCloud Link]

19
Aug
09

Jay Electronica & Mos Def Live for “Exhibit B”

Two of the best rappers out (Mos & Jay Elec)

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One stage

remix continuation of one of the best songs of the year

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Happy hip-hop heads, at least for 4 min and 58 seconds.

I’m think this is a remix to “Exhibit A” actually Exhibit B since my sources tell me that Justin Blaze is keeping strict tabs on the MP3’s of the other two parts of the triology. Shit, He needs to go ‘head and liberate B & C, I know they’re out there! (I see you Beewirks!)

Spotted at 2DB, Enjoy!

11
Jun
09

Royal Court & Sound Table 6/11/09

Royal Court

Since this new blog is a work in progress, I noticed I haven’t been posting as much actual music as I used to at Blogger. Let’s change that, shall we? First is Royal Court, a collection of sweet posts from around the blogosphere then the first installment of Sound Table, my picks for some ill MP3’s. Enjoy!

Royal Court:

The Roots Push Back New Album (Rap Radar)

XXL Freshman Class Mid-Terms (TSS, shouts to David D)

Charles Hamilton’s Greatest Fails: A Retrospective (Complex)

ALIFE NYC Art Gallery Opening Tomorrow (via Herfection)

Public Enemy & The Roots Live Video + Audio (Always Hustle, shouts to Ben)

Donny Goines x IMKING (Nah Right)

 

Sound Table:

(What do you all prefer as far as uploading sites.. Megaupload? ZShare? Talk to me!)

Cam’ron ft. Vado – La Bumba

DJ JS-1 ft. Large Professor – Like This

Jadakiss ft. Styles P, Drag-On, Eve, Swizz Beatz, Sheek Louch & DMX – Who’s Real Remix

Jay-Z & Young Jeezy – Put On x D.O.A. (Live)

L.E.G.A.C.Y. ft. Phonte, Chaundon, Sean Price – TKO prod. Khrysis

Lil’ Wayne ft. Gucci Mane – We Be Steady Mobbin’

Maino ft. Chris Brown – Don’t Be Scared

Marco Polo & Torae – Combat Drills (Bonus) [Check the sidebar to buy Double Barrel now]

Mary J Blige ft. T.I. – Do It Again

Mos Def ft. Talib Kweli – Little Brother

Shano – A Butterfly in Boston (Instrumental CD) [Shouts to Broken Cool]

Trey Songz ft. Drake – Invented Sex





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