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“Rap Radar. Nah Right. Okayplayer mashup.” We heard about this collabo for awhile but it finally sees the light of day. Props to Jay Elect for the mention and this is the best we heard from Chuck in a minute. Good music Saturdays begins. Ha! HHC Update: No tags. No Nas. omen
Well, look who kept their word. A snippet of this leaked two months ago, but tonight, Kanye released the full version. Ross was mum on the origins, but Ye confirmed it’s the second song off his collaborative set, Watch The Throne with Jay-Z.
Someone call the coroner. Before Loso buries more competition, here’s the remix to track six off TINC 2 featuring a new verse from Vado. TINC 2: The Grieving Music EP arrives September 6th. mf
Uncle Ralph continues his conversation with HHC and mentions that Wu-Tang Clan’s “C.R.E.A.M.” is his favorite music video and then says he has a never-before-seen freestyle session with Biz Markie, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, and Big Daddy Kane. Release the hounds!
Kanye promised to release new music everyday until Christmas. Instead, he announced that he and Shawn Carter plan to release a five song EP entitled, Watch The Throne. No word as to when it will be released, but harass Complex EIC Noah Callahan-Bever for any insight.