A minor change from the track sans Imam Thug. Nonetheless, Nutso gathers his fellow Queens crew and takes it to the borough for the visual aid. We see you too Cormega. 57thave
Welcome to the winners’ circle. Recently, DJ Suss One rounded up the whole team for the video of his posse cut. Here’s a look from the set sans the boxing champ Money Mayweather.
Heavy D’s Hip-Hop Soul influences stretched as far as the Left Coast. And adding to the Overweight Lover’s tributes is DJ Quik. We miss you, Hev!
Coincidentally, yours truly was in Oakland recently. Great city. Anywho, Fabby Davis Jr. attended the Occupy movement in his city last week and kindly dropped a freebie in front of the cam. Good deed, good bars.
When it comes to Tony and Montana, they ball so hard muthafuckas wanna fine them. With that being said, here’s their new track with Cardiak and Chinky P on the beat. Mastered at Engine Room Audio. bottomfeeder
Off his Bitch Mob mixtape, Lil B keeps it doper than dope by adding yet another visual to his resume. If you can’t respect that, your whole perspective is wack.
With Thanksgiving coming and feeding Africa, it was only right that Curtis returned to Rachel Ray’s show. On this go round, 50 plugged his Playground book, Street King and more.