[vodpod id=Video.4066597&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Although Larry Hoover and Big Meech are doing football numbers in the pen, Rick Ross kept their names relevant with the biggest song of last year, “B.M.F. (Blowing Money Fast)”. He doesn’t do it alone though. Along with Styles P and Lex Luger’s belligerent drums, Ross’ prodigal chant was echoed from the window to the wall and beyond. Sorry Jeezy, but the summer was his. Bawse. Previously: #10 Speaking In Tungs | #9 Fuck You! |#8 Airplanes 2| […]
Six days into the new year, B.Dot‘s favorite rapper pours out a little liquor and does his traditional salute to all those lost last year. R.I.P.
Tupac Shakur got these niggas gassed. Take that prison bid and then when you touch the town, hit the studio and soon you’ll be the undisputed #1 rapper. Maybe Wayne will pull this off. But T.I. certainly couldn’t. After his much heralded release, The Kang started last spring to attempt to get his career on track. But from “I’m Back” to his song from Takers (“Yeah Ya Know”) to that horrible collabo with Ms. Hilson (“Got Your Back”), Cliff struggled […]
[vodpod id=Video.4455710&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Listen to this track, bitch! No, really do. Can you believe when this made its way onto the net last summer, Big Homie panned the chorus. Fuck was he thinking? Ha! Backed by Drumma Boy’s banging instrumental, Waka, Wale, and Roscoe Dash produced one of 2010′s biggest hits. More musical than lyrical, “No Hands” has a playful bounce and memorable hook which helped propel the track to a gold plaque. It’s OK, go ‘head and do ya dance.
Just when things couldn’t get any hotter, Joell manipulates his flow and adds a verse to Birdman and Lil Wayne’s collaboration. Flame on, yaowa!
[sparkart-clique site="rap_radar" video="lep"] The creators of Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol. 3 sent this over after learning of their selection on our top 10 mixtape list. The duo say they are currently working on new material featuring Rick Ross, Kanye West, Raheem DeVaughn and Gucci Mane. That’s a hood look.
On paper, it seemed like a good idea. Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon: Three of the Wu-Tang’s most celebrated artists all on one album. Unfortunately, some things are better left alone. Such is the case with the Wu-Massacre. Out the gate, flaws are evident. Take “Criminology 2.5”. A song inspired by Rae’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx that doesn’t even feature The Chef. Elsewhere, dull guest features riddle “Smooth Sailing (Remix)”, “Gunshowers”, and “Youngstown Heist”. Not to mention, the […]