Support my boy, Young Gee, click on the video, retweet, repost, ALL that good shit! DAYGO aka DEIGO stand up! My boy stays holding down the 619 & putting the city on the MAP! This hot track is featuring Ahmad & is produced by DJ FlowMotion!
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE CULTURE OF HIP HOP NEEDED. HE ISN’T DISSING ANYONE HE IS JUST LETTING HIS BOYS (WHOM HE THINKS ARE ON THE SAME GREAT CALIBER AS HE IS LYRICALLY) THAT HE IS COMING FOR THAT #1 SPOT.
IF HE AIN’T TRYING TO BE GREAT AT WHAT HE DOES, THEN WHAT THE FAAK HE IN THE RAP GAME FOR? IT’S A COMPETITION, HIP HOP IS A WAY OF LIFE & HE IS JUST LETTING MFKRS KNOW…HE COMING FOR THAT THRONE!
BIG SEAN KILLED HIS VERSE TOO, I LOVE THAT HE DIDN’T TWEAK KENDRICK’S VERSE IN ANYWAY. HE WAS SPEAKING ON IT THIS MORNING, ON BIG BOY’S RADIO SHOW ON POWER 106. HE SAID HE COULDN’T HOLD ON TO THIS HEAT & IT DIDN’T MAKE HIS ALBUM DUE TO RECORD LABEL POLITICS. HE ALONG WITH WALE SAID HE WOULD HAVE BEEN OFFENDED IF HE WASN’T NAMED!
ALL I KNOW IS KENDRICK LAMAR IS REPRESENTING FOR LOS ANGELES, HANDS DOWN!
“I DON’T SMOKE CRACK MUTHAFUCKA, I SELL IT!” – KENDRICK LAMAR
I cannot say that I am too thrilled about this album, Yeezy is definitely on some other shit. I literally skipped through damn near every song. I am not knocking him for trying new ish but I just cannot seem to rock with this one. The only song I am somewhat FAAK’ing w/ is track 9 “Send It Up” FT. King L. On the bright side at least I like 1 of the 10 tracks!
Y’all like this album? what are your thoughts on it? you like how Yeezy came lyrically?
Southside Chicago rapper Chi City presents his new Kajmir Beats-produced single “Pour It Up”, featuring Baltimore’s Mullyman as well as Radikall of Liberti Movement. With over nine underground tapes bearing his name – his last being 2011′s Who Is Chi City – Chi has collaborated with Cory Gunz, Mullyman and has toured with Philadelphia Freeway, Mickey Factz, Mikey Halsted and Daytona.
He was crowned Coast To Coast’s Indie Artist Next To Blow and has performed at the BET Artist Showcase and ThisIs50.com’s Independent Fridays. He has ghostwritten for B.O.B., Diggy Simmons and G.O.O.D. Music affiliates.
“Seems like everyone forget the fact that you don’t have to drink to listen to a song about drinking, so I thought what if I made a song that talked about drinking and at the end of the night you can still go home feeling great regardless if you popped bottles all night or just sipped on water. But on the flip side I also wanted to cater to all the people that do go to the club to get wasted and I wanted to make an anthem for them to get f**ked up too, so I reached out to my homies Radikall and Mullyman to help me bring this weird cross genre idea together and hear you have it, a song for the heavy drinkers and a record for the chill ones in the club because either way we all have to ‘pour It up’ at some point in life”.
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My boy, DJ HABIT aka HABITAT, which I know from back in the day…and the main reason I respect DEE JAY’S as a matter of fact made this mix of the great ODB (Ol’ Dirty Bastard). I cannot tell you what a HUGE impact Wu-Tang had on my taste of music. ODB was & still is one of my favorites from the Clan, because he had no filter. He would say some way out shit but it was real & till this day there has been NO other rapper in my opinion that even comes close to him. His style/technique was his & he crafted it to perfection. A lot of cats these days seem to forget that WU-TANG is a huge part of the foundation HIP HOP derived from. For those of you who don’t know who ODB is here is are some bullet point facts about the great late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
Born, Russell Tyrone Jones (November 15, 1968 – November 13, 2004) an American rapper, occasional producer and native from New York, who went by the stage name Ol’ Dirty Bastard, ODB, Ason Unique, Osirus, Rainman, Big Baby Jesus and Dirt McGirt.. ODB was one of the founding members of the infamous hip hop group, Wu-Tang Clan. He was one of the founding members of the Wu-Tang Clan, a rap group primarily from Staten Island, New York that first rose to mainstream prominence with their 1993 debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
After establishing the Wu-Tang Clan, Ol’ Dirty Bastard went on to pursue a successful solo career.However, his professional success was hampered by frequent legal troubles, including incarceration. He died in late 2004 of a drug overdose, two days before his 36th birthday. Prior to his death, Ol’ Dirty Bastard managed to record his third solo album, which has been repeatedly delayed and as of 2013 has not been released. Jones was often noted for his trademark microphone techniques and his “outrageously profane, free-associative rhymes delivered in a distinctive half-rapped, half-sung style”.His stage name was derived from a childhood nickname given by RZA, the relevance of which was articulated by Method Man’s statement that there was “no father to his style”. (source Wikipedia)
“Bitch, don’t talk about bitches I’m fucking them Please no fat bitches I’m fucking slim Unless it’s one of those nights I’m stroking my shit”
“I gets psycho killer Norman Bates!”
“I teach the truth to the youth. I say ‘Hey youth, here’s the truth: better start wearing bullet-proof’”
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