Before Mr. West made this track one of his G.O.O.D. Friday joints, this beat belonged to Strong Arm Steady. Check out their version below. Sounds G.O.O.D. “This song was supposed to be on Arms & Hammers – until Kanye bought it for a much bigger price and I’m glad for our guy Pete Rock he did, here is our version. Enjoy!” – Strong Arm Steady
Pause. Produced by Travis Barker and The Monsters, here’s a new banger from Big Sean, which serves as the first leak off the DJ Whoo Kid-hosted mixtape, Let The Drummer Get Wicked Vol. 1. Sounds wicked. radioplanet
Is this is the end? Yes indeed is. Dips finished the three hour showathon in style. One Just Blaze classic and their latest heatrock. Thank you very much for coming out. Good night. God Bless!
Clearly the best moment of the whole show was the salute to the late Huddy Combs. Cam and a choir? Eric Clapton? Just watch.
Apparently a fuckin’ fight broke out during the crew’s performance of “Oh Boy”. Cam’s commentary is hilarious. Oh well, the show must go on. Right, squallie? Ha!
You knew Killa was gonna bring out his latest protege during his turn. Vado and his mentor run through “Well All Up In Here” and “Speakin’ Tongues”. And yes, Johnny Nunez was there to shoot the whole thing. Slime Time!
During Elz’s set he brought his nephew Ja out to recreate “S.A.N.T.A.N.A.” and later the little tyke even taught his uncle how to dougie. The Dips love the kids!