Around midnight, Joell Ortiz made his way to the stage at S.O.B.’s He ran through some underground favorites and familiar tunes, including “Call Me” and his new record, “Oh”. OT for the holiday? Here’s what you missed. Sidebar: Photos from Kirill
[vodpod id=Video.5187529&w=425&h=350&fv=video%3D1706704475%26amp%3Bplayer%3Dviral] For the latest installment of PBS‘ Need To Know series, dream hampton speaks on collaborating with Jay-Z on Decoded and Q-Tip’s forthcoming project, Industry Rules.
The Black Hippies live again with Curtains on this new track off the Setbacks mixtape dropping on January 1, 2011.
Reek Da Villian was also on the bill last night at S.O.B.’s and brought out mentor Busta Rhymes. During the set, Bussa Bus recited his verse to the remix of “Roman’s Revenge”. Rah, rah!
As HHNM pointed out, this is Plies’ third mixtape in the last four months. How’s that for consistency? Take a shot and download the project after the jump.
Fred The Godson was one of the opening acts last night at S.O.B.’s. At the close of his set, he channeled the ghost of Christopher Wallace and performed his underground hit, “Too Fat”.
‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, the only thing stirring was Rick Ross’ new mixtape, Ashes To Ashes. Tracklist and download links after the jump.