When the album coming out? Man, the people been askin’. No 2010 was not the year when anticipation was met with the major label debut of Roc Nation’s Jermaine Cole. Instead Fayetteville’s Finest returned to his mixtape roots. FNL‘s foundation is built on strong previously released material (the furious freestyle “Back To The Topic”; the jolting Kanye jack “Villematic”; the marvelous “Premeditated Murder”) and new joints that exhibit Cole’s lyrical growth. Introspection is evident on dope tracks like the boomin’ […]
For a second day in a row, Jeezy rides out with some new material from the United Street Dopeboyz of America. Safe to say, he’s coming back? rtny
Bobby V’s plans to have more time on his hands and is set to release his new mixtape 60 More Minutes with DJ “The Fuck” Drama. On this cut though, he and CyHi Da Prynce flip a Bone Thugs’ classic.
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Moonie and Count warned us, but nobody listened. Instead The Chi-town duo teamed up with DJ Drama and released their third installment, Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol. 3. From the very beginning, The Lower End Professionals plant their Midwest flag firmly (“Chicago Niggaz”) before “Going In For The Kill” on La Roux’s screeching vocals. The core of DFK Vol. 3 is where L.E.P. truly shines, with cautionary tales like “Frontline,” “Heavens Door”, and “Ginger”. But even killers have heart and […]
Ha! Tre you’re a fool for this one. With the Motion Family behind the lens, Tre defends his Last Call Liquor Brawl drinking title. Bottoms up!
“Text message from Elliott sayin’ tape is dope.” It’s hard not to be bias on this one. With my encouragement, Wale returned to his mixtape roots after his debut album, Attention Deficit didn’t ignite. Be clear: We shut the Internet down on Aug. 3, 2010 when More About Nothing, the super sequel to 2008′s Mixtape About Nothing dropped. Seinfeld samples still intact and the raps are sharp. Mr. Folarin tackles his adversity on the opening rockers (“The MC” and “The […]