Once again, it’s on. Here’s the second release off Rap Radar’s The Mixtape Of The Year. On the remix to his strong single, Gangsta Gibbs gets grimey with some heavyweight assistance from the homies of Duck Down. It gets no more underground than this. Get your mean mug on. Props to Green Lantern and DJ Drama. Cuttin’, scratchin’, and drops? Stop your bloodclot cryin’. Ha! Previously: “Joell Christopher”
On February 23, 1995, Big L and Jay-Z left the mics smoking on Stretch and Bobbito’s Show. Until now, only seven minutes of this session circulated on the net. But thanks to DPG, here’s the full 10 minutes. Commentary included. Dig in ya pockets and pay homage.
While in the studio, Cons and Hav turn on the camera and give the first recital of “Wax Museum”. The song will appear on Quence’s upcoming mixtape, Movies On Demand 2. It’s definitely a Queens thing!
For the Funk Doc’s latest single, he names it after his long-time record label. It’s off his long overdue Reggie LP dropping on December 7th. Visual for his previous cut after the jump.
During the Reality Check segment of the O’Reilly Factor this past Monday, host Bill O’Reilly implies that Eminem is a hypocrite for not allowing profanity in his home. Ironically, Bill knows a thing or two about swearing—especially in the workplace.
Here’s something new from Korean boy band JYJ. The track features Malik Yusef and Yeezy who also produced the track. Ayyy girls and boys, this isn’t too bad. Yaf
Cee-Lo’s new show Lay It Down premieres next Wednesday on FUSE. And one of his first guests is fellow down South Georgia boy, Ludacris. Here’s a sneak peak from their sit-down. hhnm