Monday, March 30, 2015

VIDEO: Noisey Atlanta: @PeeweeLongway 's Playhouse - Episode 10

#MGRLife #DROPPINGSOON: @MurdahBaby - Bitch Please via @MixTrapNation @DJDonGee #MGRLife Vol. 1 Coming SOON!!!

#A1FBG #Freebandz @OGMaceo - Mexico City 2 via @livemixtapes

VIDEO: Halo 5 Guardians: Master Chief + Spartan Locke (Live-Action Trailer)

AUDIO: Fabolous - Shook Ones II Freestyle


VIDEO: @1JohnnyCinco - No Trust

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

VIDEO: Empire's Andre And Anika Spotted Together!!!

VIDEO: @Migos Interview Narduwuar

VIDEO: If you come to COMPTON to rap looking like a nerd you better spit FIRE!!!

VIDEO: Penny Hardaway Was An NBA Megastar, But You Won't Believe What He's Doing Now

VIDEO: 2 Chainz Takes Over as Atlanta Hawks CEO???

VIDEO: Rae Sremmurd Interview With Nardwuar!

VIDEO: @Migos - One Time

VIDEO: Fetty Wap Talks About Meeting Kanye West & "Trap Queen" Success

VIDEO: Rich Homie Quan Allegedly Punched A Security Guard At Club LIV Then Rode Off On A Speed Boat!

Monday, March 23, 2015

#DOPEMIX91: @DJLazyK - DopeMix 91 #AvailableNow via @LiveMixtapes!!!

VIDEO: Malik Yoba fired from “Empire” and he’s not happy about it


All is not well in the life of actor Malik Yoba. After getting the opportunity of a lifetime to appear on what might be the hottest show release in the last decade, Yoba has been given the
axe. Malik was fired suddenly and surprisingly by Fox executives. According to Yoba, Daniels called and told him what happened, and claimed that the Fox executives (who shall of course remain nameless) decided that someone needed to die in the season finale.

As you may notice in the video (below), Yoba isn’t happy about being dropped from the show. In fact, he appears to be downright bitter about it.
But TMZ is also giving reports of an “insider” who tells them that Yoba’s firing may be of his own doing.   So, as much as Yoba spends time reciting the good work he’s doing for the world, it appears that he may have problems that run far deeper than simply losing his job.   You can read more about that here.

NEWZ: The Cause Of A$AP Yams' Death Revealed!

VIDEO: @LarooThh @theJacka @Iamsu - "Ima Tell You" - Directed by @JaeSynth #RIPTheJacka

VIDEO: Rich Homie Quan On Young Thug Calling Him "Bitch Homie Quan"! "It Is What It Is"

VIDEO: @AstonMarPhi - Go Hard

Thursday, March 19, 2015

AUDIO: @MurdahBaby Ft. P Banga - Stretch The Work // #MGDJs @MixTrapNation @DJDonGee #MGRLife #Preview

AUDIO: @Migos - People's Elbow

#OHGAWD: The True Cost Of Dre Beats Headphones Revealed - You Won't Believe This!

Dr. Dre is filthy rich, his headphones are marked up by 2,000%!
According to estimates done by headphone experts, "the cost of making a headset is as low as $14", the New York Times reports
The cheapest pair of Beats headphones sold on the company's website go for $199.99 and the most expensive ones retails for $699.99.
Back in May of 2014, company founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine sold the company to Apple for about $2.6 BILLION in cash and approximately $400million in stock.

VIDEO: @RealYoungFast28 - Silence (Never Tell)

Friday, March 13, 2015

AUDIO: @HunnafiedRecord presents @CocaKazi - God Bless The Grind 3 via @LiveMixtapes @Indytapes

#SXSW #PERFORMER: @iAmZuse on Saturday, March 21 9:00PM @ Vulcan Gas Company!!!


Rapper, ZUSE, born February 6, 1991 in Kingston, Jamaica, where he was raised and schooled.
In the early stages of his life, he was home schooled and taught by his grandmother, a retired teacher, who introduced him to various aspects of Jamaica’s culture and the arts. He later attended two prominent high schools, graduating from the last one in 2010.
His earliest exposure to music came by way of his mothers' record collection, which consists of a wide genre of music including Reggae, R&B, Calypso, Jazz and Soca. He grew up listening to the politically charged protest songs of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, the soul of Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and the pain of Billie Holiday.
As a youngster, ZUSE participated in local talent shows. Although raised in Jamaica around the heavy influence of Reggae music, he developed a passion for Rap music after being introduced by one of his older cousins to Notorious B.I.G’...

AUDIO: @BrainOfDymeDef - #RNS

#AvailableNow #LetdaStreetsEat12: #MGDJs #MixtapeMobb @mixtrapnation @djdongee @djbsqrd - Let Da Streets Eat 12 via @AudioMack!!!

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

AUDIO @DJLazyK - #Shade45 Live on Sway in the Morning!!!

#FreeMaxB: Why the Streets Love Max B via @ComplexMusic @ComplexMag

“Max leave the streets? Please, they don’t need that.”
I used to hate Max B once upon a time. I was one of those “that’s not real hip-hop blah blah blah blah.” I didn’t think he was a good rapper, and arguably, he isn’t. I’m willing to admit that. It doesn’t matter, though, because I love him now. I started fucking with Wavy Crockett around the time of his incarceration. That saying “you don't know what you've got till it's gone” applies here. I felt like such an uppity lame when I first heard “I Never Wanna Go Back.”
The pain in his voice gave me chills; it still does. Charly Wingate was fresh off a seven-year bid when he linked up with Jim Jones. Biggavel wrote a bunch of songs for Jimmy and his Byrd Gang collective, most notably “We Fly High.” It’s hard to believe he was able to produce so much music in such a short period of time. Between 2006 and 2009, Max was one of the most prolific artists the rap game had ever seen. Hundreds of songs and about 20 mixtapes flooded the streets. Most of the music is sonically horrible because the tracks aren’t mixed right, leading to a low-quality product. But like always, the streets make due, and the streets recognize talent when they see it.
Max was more about a feeling. He was the East Coast’s Nate Dogg, a ghetto harmonizer with an ability to pen incredible hooks. Blasphemous? Whatever. The streets have and always will love the Boss Don Biggavel. It really doesn’t matter how you feel about it. He represented the struggle. We love to floss because we never had shit growing up. For better or worse, we looked up to these tragic figures. There’s something poetic about watching someone who lived a life of crime ascend to great heights.
He was the East Coast’s Nate Dogg, a ghetto harmonizer with an ability to pen incredible hooks. Blasphemous? Whatever.
Max was one of us. And he was a game changer. He rode a beat like the Silver Surfer and then would float right into charismatic raps about his waviness. Like Roc Marciano once said: “In my opinion, he was the street version of what Drake is—the fans can have Drake, but the streets have Max.”
What makes him a star and hood legend is his personality. Not only was he flashy, he was witty. He invented the wave. His interviews were the best; Max was always good for a quote. Case in point? This Fader interview by Felipe Delerme (Part 1 and Part 2), in which he just lets Max ramble on about $2,000 wave packages, Grand Cru, and snacks for Beanie Sigel. Max was built for the Hollywood lifestyle. The time he and French tried to step to Jim Jones on Cocaine City still gets talked about on blocks and in barbershops across the Tri-state.
Lines like "'Every 10 years niggas like you pop up, you a blast from the past/Your music feel good like waking up, scratching your ass'" are still as funny now as they were when he first released “De La Soul.” He and Pete Rock made Jim Jones’ “G’s Up” a classic record, and if you still want to front on the wave, listen to that track and try to be real with yourself for once. Rap is like wrestling, and Max was the baby-faced heel the streets needed.
The Silver Surfer was the bad guy you felt good rooting for. Even now with all the details of his case coming to light, people still scream, “Free Max B!” It’s hard to feel bad for someone who was involved in a robbery-murder, but, in my opinion, 75 years is a long time for someone who wasn’t physically at the scene of the crime. However, the law is the law, and all we can do is hope he can win an appeal and be out by 2016.
Until then, all the streets can do is keep the wave alive by playing his music and reminding people that he’s a legend. Free Da Wave.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

#MARCH23: Kendrick Lamar Will Release His New Album This Month

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VIDEO: @MobbDeep Planning On Album Produced Entirely by @Alchemist!!!

AUDIO: @IamTM88 x @sizzle808MAFIA ft @TheRealCashOut - “We Ball (Blue Hunnids)”

Video: @1JohnnyCinco - “Crew X 2″

Audio: @DoctorSoundMix - #SoundGawd via @livemixtapes @IndyTapes

VIDEO: @RickyRozay - "MOVIN BASS"

Video: @RealBrynKing ft Brainstorm - "To The dome" #Trailer #OfficialVideo #DroppingSoon

Monday, March 2, 2015

VIDEO: @RealNyaLee Ft. @RowdyRebelGS9 - Like Huh

Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ Album Will Be Available to the Public in 88 Years!!!

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Wu-Tang Clan’s final album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, has found an online auction home at Paddle8 and new details are beginning to emerge. According to a new special micro-website, Once Upon A Time will have 31 new songs recorded over six years and produced by Cilvaringz and The RZA. The album will feature Cher, Redman, Carice Van Houten and players from FC Barcelona’s soccer team amongst others. There is only one copy of the album available and all backups and digital files have been destroyed.
On that same website, RZA and Cilvaringz did a Q+A with information about the project and it’s release. In the interview, the producers revealed that whoever wins the auction will have the right to release the album to the public after 88 years. Why 88 years? RZA explains:
Anyone who knows the Wu-Tang Clan knows that we often apply numerology, mathematics and symbolism to the things we do. There were 8 original members of the Clan when we made Protect Ya Neck and M.E.T.H.O.D Man. The individual numbers of this year also add up to the number 8. The broker of this work carries the number 8 in its name. The number 8 on its side is a symbol of infinity, as it was used on our album ‘Wu-Tang Forever’. You can call it mathematical coincidence, but it’s always had great symbolic significance for us. For us it also addresses the issue of music’s longevity in a time of mass production and short attention spans. Nothing about this record revolves around short-term gains, but rather around the legacy of the music and the statement we’re making.
For those interested in how the project sounds, RZA also gave insight, saying that the album has a throwback, ’90s Wu feel to it:
Musically, this album takes the listener on a journey back to the chambers we were going through in the 90s. Not so much lyrically as musically as brothers are living a different reality to then. But this record was produced in that fashion, it sounds different from anything that’s out today. It was about tracing and reliving certain origins. If you listen to the intro of ‘Clan In The Front’ on the 36 Chambers album, you’ll hear me shout out the entire original Wu-Tang movement. We rolled real deep back then and I invited some of those brothers on a few skits and tracks. It made the period concept of the recordings more authentic.
For those who live in New York, RZA and Cilvaringz will be appearing at MoMA PS1 for a listening session and a conversation between the two producers and longtime music journalist Sasha Frere-Jones.

VIDEO: @Migos - Aight / Sneak Peak of their Debut Album YRN

VIDEO: @RazSimone ft @Gifted_Gab & @FatalLucciauno - "Same Problems"

#DopeMix89 AUDIO: @DJLazyK - "Dope Mix 89" via @LiveMixtapes!!!

#LetdaStreetsEat11 #DROPPING #TONIGHT #PREVIEW AUDIO: @SB_Skooly [Rich Kidz] - Expose // #MGDJs #MixtapeMobb @MixTrapNation @DJDonGee - "Let da Streets Eat 11"