[vodpod id=Video.4021444&w=425&h=350&fv=] Maurice Garland caught up with Killer Mike Mike Bigga at his Georgia studio. He played a new track entitled “Burn” and said the final verse was spawned from a freestyle. Dope, man. Sweatbox Productions on the beat.
While Capone-N-Noreaga were handling their business at S.O.B.’s, Duck Down Records celebrated their 15th anniversary at B.B. King Bar & Grill in Times Square. There were loads of performances, but here’s one of the first to hit the net. Up top, Styles has “Good Times” and then recites “My Life” with Pharoahe Monch and Mela Machinko.
To celebrate the release of Capone-N-Noreaga’s The War Report 2, the duo invaded S.O.B.’s last night. But they didn’t do it alone. In between songs, they brought out some special guests. Above, Nature recites his verse from “Banned From TV”. (N.O.R.E. did his portion prior to bringing him on stage). Below, Black Rob, Raekwon, Royal Flush, and Fred Da Godson also lend a helping hand.
A George Steinbrenner reference? Yep, this is brand new. Joey tacks a mean 16 to Jazmine’s new single. The Darkside is upon us July 27th. 57thave
With only six days away before Teflon Don drops, Rozay kept his promo run going over the weekend in Atlanta. With Khaled and Diddy’s support, Rick performs “MC Hammer” with the track’s feature Gucci. Hammertime! Sidebar: Even Larry Hoover Jr. (on the right) came to support last night in Chicago
Drake let the Henney do the talking last night and revealed that he began recording his sophomore album. Hopefully it doesnt interfere with his R&B mixtape or joint album with Weezy. Kill everything, indeed.
In this portion of Antwan’s Walmart Soundcheck, Sir Lucious discusses his collab with Jamie Foxx and mentions he wants to shoot visuals for all tracks on the album. Oh shit. Five down, ten more to go. Let’s go! Full segment airs July 20th. tss Previously: “Shine Blockas” l “For Your Sorrows” l “Shutterbugg” l “General Patton” l “Follow Us”