Friday, February 23, 2007

Redman - Live From The Bricks

Reggie Noble still kickin' that real raw Hip Hop.
U already know...

1. Jersey Conference Call
2. Live From The Bricks
3. Shut Em Down
4. How The Bricks Get Down
5. Click Click
6. Walk In Gutter (off Red Gone Wild Album In Stores March 27)
7. Yes Sir
8. Brick City Champion
9. It’s Ours (Skit)
10. Branson Branson
11. From The Bricks To The West (Skit)
12. If You Got Beef then Run On Up (feat. Markie)
13. We Mobbin’ (feat. Ready Roc)
14. Is You Down (Skit)
15. Get Off My Dick (feat. Ready Roc & Icarus)
16. Brick City Codeine
17. Piff Piff
18. Fuck Ya Opinion
19. R&B Smoke Break (feat. Melanie)
20. Sit Back & Enjoy The Show (feat. Yummy & Rockwilder)
21. I Know (feat. E3)
22. I Take Ya Chain (feat. Icarus)
23. Let’s Go (feat. Saukrates)
24. I Don’t Budge (feat. Ready Roc)
25. Ask Somebody (feat. Runt Dawg)
26. Brick City Gangstas (feat. Mr.Red Mr.Purp & Ready Roc)
27. Brick City To Rockland Country (feat. Blamm & L D)
28. International (Skit)
29. Well Well Well
30. Walk On
31. My First Brick City Song

Likwit Junkies - The LJ's Intrumentals

Some of the nicest sounds on the Pacific Coast. This is how you MAX & RELAX.

Smif N Wessun - Dah Shinin'


Steele still real...
"Young G's, born in projects, born without shit
Study in corner colleges, but few get out it
Applyin street knowledge, few felony charges
Hearts of men harden, condemned by the fathers
Judged by strangers, alleged gang-bangers
Species endangered, police want us in cages
Riot squad clutchin gauges, the ghetto's blazin
The world's a hood for the devil to play in"

Classic BCC

1. Timz N Hood Chek
2. Wrektime
3. Wontime
4. Wrekonize
5. Sound Bwoy Burell
6. K.I.M.
7. Bucktown
8. Stand Strong
9. Shinin…Next Shit
10. Cession At Da Doghillee
11. Hellucination
12. Home Sweet Home
13. Wipe Ya Mouf
14. Let’s Get It On
15. PNC Intro
16. PNC

Sean Price - Donkey Sean Jr.

Never test me when I'm crazy high
Ready to run on your ride and let the Eighty fly
Slugs missed you, oh shit your lady died
In the, side of a ride like she Lady Di
Ain't no tellin' what the Ruck could say, Ruck would do
Ruck with her, Ruck with who?
reason why I don't fuck with you
Running your mouth like the bitches and the sluts would do
Can't touch the crew, Ruck and Rock, Tank and G
Agallah, Don, Lil D-A-P

P.F. Cuttin and Sean Price (aka Ruck of Heltah Skeltah) Present: Donkey Sean Jr.

1. Intro,
2. It's Nothing,
3. It's My Time,
4. Slap Boxxin Feat. Rustee Jux and Rock,
5. What up W/ Rock
6. Jail Shit Feat. Rock,
7. Heltah Skeltah Triumph,
8. Shakedown Feat. Steele,
9. Don't Say Shit,
10. Straight Like That,
11. Call the Ambulance,
12. Free styles, 13. Paprika,
14. Your Done,
15. The Funeral Song,
16. Dj CLue Free Style Feat. Buckshot,
17. Bounce,
18. Free Style,
19. The Jackal,
20. The Greats,
21. Aint Nobody,
22. Black History,
23. Fake Neptune Song Feat. Buckshot, Steele and Louieville,
24. Solidify,
25. Rags to Riches,
26. Outro

Diamond D - Hatred, Passions, & Infidelity

Couldnt resist; a D.I.T.C. true GEM.
If you dont know, betta ask around. Support D.I.T.C. artists

1. Intro - (featuring Kid Capri)

2. Flowin' - (featuring John Dough)

3. MC Iz My Ambition - (featuring Don Barron)

4. No Wonduh (The Projects)

5. The Hiatus

6. J.D.'s Revenge - (featuring Gina Thompson/John Dough)

7. Painz & Strife - (featuring Pete Rock/Phife)

8. Can't Keep My Grands To Myself - (featuring Mark-Lo/Paradise)

9. 5 Fingas Of Death - (featuring Fat Joe/Big L/Lord Finesse/AG)

10. This One

11. Never - (featuring Sadat X/K. Terroribul)

12. Cream N Sunshine - (featuring Veronica)

13. Gather Round

14. K.T. - (featuring K. Terorribul)

15. On Stage - (featuring K. Terroribul/John Dough)


Thursday, February 22, 2007

D.I.T.C. - Live at Tramps NYC

R.I.P. Big L

Here is the famous Big L Memorial Concert in March 1999 at Tramps nightclub in NYC.

Big L murdered February 15th, 1999 in NYC; the WHOLE D.I.T.C. crew comes together a month later paying homage to their fallon comrade. _________________________________________________________

D.I.T.C. Live at Tramps VOLUME 1






D.I.T.C. Live at Tramps VOLUME 2





Memphis Bleek - IMI The Mixtape Vol. 1

Get Low Muthaf*cka!!!!
Bleek coming hard on this tape. ROC4LIFE. Peep For Yourself...
1 - Don Demarco Intro/Bang
2 - Mind Rite
3 - It's Working - Feat Freeway & Peedi Peedi
4 - DJ Scratch Drop
5 - Roc
6 - Get Low Homie
7 - Where U Been
8 - Top Down
9 - Miste Cee Drop
10 - Rollin'
11 - Dog Pound
12 - Hell Yeah
13 - What U Know About
14 - Larry Johnson - Kansas City Chiefs - Drop
15 - Get Low
16 - All My Chicks
17 - Treat Her Like A Lady
18 - Victim Of The Metal
19 - Been Through It All
20 - I'm A G
21 - They Know
22 - Everything Happens 4 A Reason


Big Noyd - Episodes of a Hustla


It's On You
The Precinct
Recognize & Realize (Part 1)
All Pro
Infamous Mobb
Usual Suspect
Episodes Of A Hustla
Recognize & Realize (Part 2)
I Don't Wanna Love Again
Usual Suspect (Stretch Armstrong Mix)

Friday, February 16, 2007

Prodigy - Mac 10 Handles

Common - Play Your Cards Right

SINGLE from Common & Bilal off the Smokin' Aces Soundtrack:
Performed on Jay Leno:
(right click for FULL SCREEN view)

Keeping Hip Hop Alive.

Redman - Put It Down

NEW Reggie Noble single off "Red Gone Wild." Production by Timbaland. Just seen Reggie 2 weeks back at Varsity Theatre (in MPLS) for FREE. He still got it; Real Hip Hop Contributor.

D.P.G. - The Saga Continuez

1. Intro
2. DPGC Muzic
3. Whut U Gonna Do
4. Hit Donutz N The Streetz
5. I Luv It
6. Push Bacc
7. Imma Gangsta
8. This Iz How We Live
9. Ride & Creep
10. It Feelz Good
11. U Remind Me
12. We Get High
13. Say It
14. Make Me A Believer
15. Outro


Thursday, February 15, 2007

Beyond - Be Sides (Cassette)

Artist: Beyond aka Musab
Title: Be Sides
Release Date: 05.01.1999
Format: Cassette
[Out of print]
Be Sides marks the final chapter of the artist formally known as Beyond, now known by his true name Musab, this cassette features 20 new and unreleased 4track joints including the south minneapolis anthem "Southside" and the classic job saga "Career opportunity". Production by ant.
A01 Enter
A02 Scared To Move
A03 Part One
A04 How Many Times
A05 Sex Symbol
A06 Big Time
A07 South Side
A08 Tape Appreciation
A09 Gratitude
A10 Love Beat
B01 Move On
B02 Positivity
B03 Career Opportunity
B04 Anterludly Yours
B05 Don't Kill Me
B06 Who Where When
B07 Take My Hand
B08 People vs. People
B09 The Builders
B10 Exit

Cormega - The Realness

The name of the album says it all. Respect Mega, Support Mega! Hardest Out, NO Doubt.

01 Dramatic Entrance [Producer - J-Love]
02 American Beauty [Producer - Cormega]
03 Thun & Kicko Feat Prodigy [Producer - Havoc]
04 The Saga [Producer - Big Ty]
05 R U My Nigga? [Producer - Jae Supreme]
06 Unforgiven [Producer - Spank Brother]
07 Fallen Soldiers [Producer - J-Love]
08 Glory Days [Producer - Jae Supreme]
09 Rap's A Hustle [Producer - Ayatollah]
10 Get Out My Way [Producer - Sha-Self]
11 You Don't Want It [Producer - Godfather Don]
12 5 For 40 [Producer - Cormega]
13 They Forced My Hand Feat Tragedy Khadafi [Prod - Spunk Bigga]
14 Fallen Soldiers (Remix) [Producer - Alchemist]

Dj Diggz, Dj Rated R, & Dirt Class Records - The Rebirth

The sickest mixtape to smack the streets into the new year. Real Hip Hop. Takes it back to the raw 90's feeling you used to get when you copped a new Tony Touch or Doo Wop tape. Put all the other tapes on the shelf.

Featuring Un Pachino, IM3 & Mobb Deep, Raekwon, AZ, Kool G. Rap, Saigon, & Papoose.

1 - Sid Roams Intro

2 - Un Pacino & Hard White - Lay Something Down (produced by Sid Roams)
3 - Un Pacino & Cau2g's (Riot Squad) - Killt (produced by King Benne)

4 - AZ - Life (produced by Heatmakerz)
5 - AZ - Show Me What You Got (produced by Just Blaze)
6 - Havoc - Interlude
7 - Havoc - It Is What It Is
8 - Mobb Deep - Funerals (produced by Havoc)
9 - Big Twin - Interlude
10 - Infamous Mobb - Capital Q
11 - Un Pacino & Godfather pt. 3 - Bloody Massacre (produced by King Benne)
12 - Un Pacino - Interlude
13 - Un Pacino & Hard White - Murk That Nigga (produced by Ghost)
14 - Big Twin - Interlude
15 - Big Twin - Just A Matter Of Time (produced by Sid Roams)
16 - Prodigy - Interlude
17 - Prodigy - Real Problem
18 - Prodigy - The Future
19 - Ty Nitty - Interlude
20 - Infamous Mobb & Flamekillah - Hate It Or Love It
21 - Ty Nitty - Interlude
22 - Ty Nitty - Its Our Year (produced by Sid Roams)
23 - Raekwon - Interlude
24 - Raekwon - Legal Coke
25 - Raekwon - Heaven Or Hell pt. 2
26 - Killa Sha - Interlude
27 - Killa Sha - Mind Progression ( Thoro Tracks)
28 - Killa Sha & Shyheim - Staten Island To Queensbridge (produced by J - Love)
29 - Willie The Kid (Aphiliates Music Group) - The Bad Guy (produced by Mos)
30 - Willie The Kid (Aphiliates Music Group) - Man Up
31 - Domination - The Real Rotten Apple (produced by Gator Ent.)
32 - Styles P - The Master (produced by Vinny Idol)
33 - Straw & Bucky (Team Arliss) - A.R.L.I.S.S. (produced by Vinny Idol)
34 - Snyplife (354) - Freestyle (produced by Sincere Noble)
35 - Kool G. Rap - War Tactics
36 - Boogz (Hardwhite) - My Rueger Bang
37 - Flame Killah (Black Mobb) - Catch Me On The Ave.
38 - Willie The Kid (Aphiliates Music Group) - Respect My Come Thru (produced by Don Cannon)
39 - Ali Vegas - Freestyle
40 - AZ & M.O.P. - Sit Em Back
41 - AZ - Freestyle
42 - Saigon - Just A Matter Of Time
43 - Sacrifice (Handz Down) - Come Again Freestyle
44 - Papoose - Hood Legends

A.I.G. - Fame Labs Presents Darkim Be Allah & Allahwise

A.I.G. ( Darkim Be Allah and Allahwise) --Darkim Be Allah has known the game since the 80's. Now, the game is finally starting to know him. Hailing from the Bronx, NY, Darkim honed his emcee skills in the streets and in the park, as was the tradition when hip-hop still knew its roots. Influenced by the burgeoning New York rap scene at the time, Darkim studied the various styles of some of the finest rappers of all time - Kool G Rap, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Melle Mel, and True Love Everlasting. Darkim paid his dues, sharpened his lyrical dexterity, and learned the game. Finally, in 1996, his hard work paid off when he and partner AllahWise were signed to Wu-Tang Records as the group A.I.G. by the RZA of the platinum selling rap group, the Wu-Tang Clan. Darkim's first major achievement was the inclusion of his beat for "Twelve Jewels", a RZA solo track, on the Gravediggaz second album The Pick, The Sickle, and The Shovel. The album was celebrated by critics and was included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997". It debuted at ..7 on the Billboard Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums chart, and eventually sold over 300,000 copies worldwide. Darkim's success continued in 1998 when he produced and rapped on the track that would introduce A.I.G. to the world. "Bronx War Stories" was included on the Gold selling compilation RZA Presents: Wu-Tang Killa Bees – The Swarm Vol. 1. The crisp drums, melodic horns, and heartfelt lyrics made it a standout track on the album. The Swarm sold 139,000 copies its first week of release, landing at ..4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Over the next couple of years, Darkim grew tired of the major label politics and waiting games, so he took matters into his own hands in 2000. Utilizing the internet as an emerging tool to showcase independent artists, Darkim released his first CD on Live at the Lab; Take 1 was an 8 track collection of songs by Darkim Be Allah & his Fame Labs crew. Immediately, fans clamored to hear the new music from the man who had built a substantial following within the hip-hop community. The lead single, "N*gg*s Know", enjoyed the number one position on the charts by having the most number of plays each week. When folded, Darkim became disillusioned with the music industry and disappeared for a few years. Though he still continued to make music with AllahWise, it was seen more as a hobby versus a career. In Darkim's absence, fans scrounged to find any and every track that the talented MC had blessed. Songs flew around the various file sharing programs, further enhancing the legend that was Darkim Be Allah. Rumors swirled regarding his whereabouts and why he had decided to vanish from the music scene in the height of his popularity. Finally, in 2005, the call was answered. Realizing how deeply they were missed, Darkim & AllahWise decided to come back into the limelight, much to the pleasure of their fans. Compiling several unreleased tracks with some new ones, Fame Labs Presents: A.I.G. (Darkim Be Allah & AllahWise) was born. The collection of songs is the group's most complete work to date, and has been released to exceptional reviews. The first two singles, "Block Famous" and "Where Does That Leave Me?" are perfect evidence that A.I.G. is still sharp and haven't lost a step. With a revitalized career, Darkim & AllahWise are aiming high.

Fame Labs Presents - A.I.G. (Darkim Be Allah and Allahwise)

1. The Anthem

2. Next of Kin

3. Strokin'

4. Don't Stop

5. Block Famous

6. Time To Eat

7. The Reunion

8. Phone Call Skit

9.Phone Call

10.Unbreakable Code

11.Where Does That Leave Me?

12. Life & Music (Hidden Track)