Yesterday, the Internets got a hold of a premature version of Dr. Dre’s “Under Pressure. The Doc retreated online and addressed the leak. “I want to set the record straight for everybody who’s been waiting to hear my music. The song that’s on the internet is an incomplete song that I’m still working on. When it’s ready, you’ll be hearing it from me.” – Dr. Dre Sidebar: Crooked I dropped a freestyle over it already. yk2
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Whoa whoa, here is the arrival of Cudder’s latest, which he performed a few weeks ago in Oregon. Produced by Plain Pat, this is the first single off Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager. Anyone need help with pronunciation? *Those having trouble pronouncing the title, its REV OF EV which is short for Revolution Of Evolution. Just let it flow ha say it how its spelled.
Hilarious. These Recovery promos are brilliant. Seems like Pauly was more into the sounds of Em’s previous album, Relapse with the Jamaican accents. Hey mon, give Recovery another shot. Previously: ShamWow Guy Plugs Eminem’s Recovery
Bun displays the black and white for his upcoming LP’s cover art. Trill O.G. arrives August 3rd. hhnm Previously: Tracklist
The Roots’ Black Thought and ?uestlove both stopped by Shade 45 earlier this evening to discuss How I Got Over with Kay Slay and Dee Vazquez. And by judging these two tracks that they premiered, we’re all in for a treat come June 22. “Now Or Never” Ft. Phonte & Dice Raw “Web 20/20” Ft. Peedi Peedi x Truck North Bonus: Black Thought “Shade 45 Freestyle” omen
Def Jam’s latest recruit hops on Ross’ “B.M.F.” and reps for the Big Apple. Donnie Def Jam mixtape coming soon. dj op
With Reggie acting as Meth’s hype man, the two perform “Method Man” during the 2010 E3 Expo at the L.A. Convention Center. And what’s a Meth and Red show without a dive into the crowd. Looks like the camera guy took one. Ouch. andreas hale
DJ Drama and Gooch are dropping their mixtape, Mr. Zone 6 this Saturday. Until then, get into the zone with the title track.
Dip Set isn’t the only crew reuniting these days. During Philly’s 100.3 The Beat’s Super Jam, members of State Property reunited minus the Broad Street Bully. The chain gang remains—sort of.
First F. Gary Gray executed Ross’ vision for “Super High” and according to the tweet above, Spike might be up next. Action!