Author: B.Dot

Update: Fabolous “Makin Love” x “Last Time” x “When The Money Goes (Remix)”
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Here are two leaks off John’s upcoming set. Call me crazy, but don’t these sound damn near identical? Sigh. Loso’s Way drops June 30th *Stuffs $9.99 back into pocket*

“Makin Love” Ft. Neyo

{mp3}2.fabolous feat neyo- makin love{/mp3} 

“Last Time” Ft. Trey Songz

{mp3}03 3.fabolous feat trey songz- last time{/mp3} 

Update: “When The Money Goes (Remix)” Ft. Jay-Z  [Yep, my wallet's still closed]

{mp3}fabolous – when the money goes part 2 feat. jay-z{/mp3} 

Connected: HHNM

 

Update: Jay-Z “D.O.A.”
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 Moment of silence.

All praises due to the Hot 97.

{mp3}05 doa{/mp3} 

CDQ courtesy of HHNM

{mp3}d.o.a. cdq{/mp3}

 

Flex and Cee shit talkin’: Part 1

{mp3}02 flex and cee 1{/mp3} 

Flex and Cee shit talkin’: Part 2

{mp3}03 flex and cee 2{/mp3} 

Flex and Cee shit talkin’: Part 3

{mp3}04 flex and cee 3{/mp3} 

Infinite Playlist: The Kay Gee Collection
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This week, Bfred crosses the Hudson and pays homage to one of New Jeru’s finest. 

Eminem gives respect to Treach as one of the most innovative lyricists of the early ’90s, and Naughty By Nature’s main producer—Kier “Kay Gee” Gist—is long overdue for a similar recognition on the music tip. After debuting in 1989 as a trio named The New Style, this group of East Orange, New Jersey friends landed a management deal with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit. They soon changed their named to Naughty By Nature, got signed to Tommy Boy and started producing for Flavor Unit’s roster. The group’s classic self-titled debut featured “O.P.P.,” one of rap music’s first massive crossover hits that didn’t sacrifice hip-hop credibility. Download here. Tracklist after the jump.

Buzz So Big iTunes Sold A Fake Disc
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According to Billboard:

An unauthorized album, The Girls Love Drake, which features

selections from the Toronto rapper’s mixtape So Far Gone and

other tracks, was released May 28th by a label called Canadian

Money Entertainment and distributed by the Independent Online

Distribution Alliance (IODA) on iTunes, Rhapsody and Amazon. Drake’s camp, which is still trying to clear the samples on So Far

Gone and his two other mixtapes in hopes of selling them in

stores, says it didn’t authorize the release.

I want 700% © Shawn C.