Still not up on DJ Quik? Well, before his album Book Of David drops on April 20th, here’s something to get you up to speed. No pun intended. Teaming up with the LA Leakers, here’s a compilation of some of Quik’s best work. Tracklist and download after the jump.
According to Bobby Ray’s handlers, this was an early track for Lupe’s Lasers, but was left on the cutting room. But now, it makes its way onto the Internet. Produced by B.o.B. and Lupe themselves.
I had to go all the way down to Austin to get familiar with the NYC MC that eskay, Combat Jack and DJ Clark Kent have been buzzin’ about. Oh well, better late than never. Yeah duke is nice. Peep Maffew dismantling a Ghostface instrumental in the visual above directed by his persistent manager Sha Banga. (Dude got Dame Dash swag. Ha!) Then make like me and download his Rare Gems mixtape today.
[vodpod id=Video.5867383&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] The southern California trio are back on the screen and cool things down with their new clip. Off their latest mixtape, Mania!
At Prohibit clothing boutique last night in NY’s Lower East Side, Dom Kennedy held a listening session for his latest mixtape, The Original Dom Kennedy. Elliott was the master of ceremonies and held things down before passing the mic to Mr. Kennedy. If you missed out, here’s what went down. Flicks: Madbury Club x Goodfella Media
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="can_a_drummer_get_some_remix"] Directed by Syndrome, Travis and company set up shop on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his latest video. We see you Yelawolf. Give The Drummer Some is available now.
Ayo so Miss Info stumbled across an unreleased track from Joe Budden and judging by The Great Escape shout in the beginning, this may have been done during the recording session.