Earlier this week, 360 held a listening/release party at the Midtown Loft & Terrace for his excellent debut, Everywhere And Back. It was a packed house and later that night, he gave a performance of “Drink and Celebrate” and “What Goes Up”. Download Everywhere And Back for free here.
After weeks of waiting, here’s the debut project from 360. He kept it short and sweet with only 10 tracks and after a quick run through, the slow groove below has been stuck on repeat. Download after the jump. “Lovin You (Tonight )” Ft. Kid Moore
“Started flippin’ bricks cause I figured that’s the ki to blow…“ This has been on repeat ever since 360 posted it on his Twitter account. Here’s the final leak off the Queens rapper’s debut, Everywhere And Back. Produced by Dark Nyte, this sounds tailor-made for the FM dial or a backyard jam.
That makes two of us. Anchored by a Jadakiss sample, 360 recruits Shade 45’s DJ Wonder for the latest leak off his upcoming debut.
It’s only two weeks until 360 releases his debut, Everywhere And Back. But today, he drops his title track produced by Kuddie Fresh. Sonically, this is terrific. But what’s equally impressive are the
After releasing a string of quality recordings, Prefix’s “Next Big Artist” is set to release his debut project, Everywhere And Back on April 3rd. Floor is yours, 360. Trailer after the cut. A lot of people think I’m some kind of, overnight-ass-nigga, when in reality, I’ve been putting in work since 2004. I stepped away from music for a bit and during that time, I feel like i’ve seen it all and done it all. I want to share […]
“How you bitter, but you follow me on Twitter?…” Good question. Produced by Majik, here’s the recording 360 did while at the Converse Rubber Track Studios a few weeks back. Intoxicating beat and flow. Once you’re done with that, peruse his interview with Mr. Daniel Knight. era
About a week ago, 360 hit Converse’s Rubber Tracks Studio out in Brooklyn. He doesn’t say what he recorded, but we’re pretty sure we’ll hear the results soon. On a related note, Steve Stoute’s URL just threw up his take on the Tanning of America.
360‘s playing himself. Well, at least he is in his new video directed by Dark Nyte. Conceptualizing Drake’s “The Ride” and Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin”, he keeps one eye on the prize and the other over his shoulder. Boom bye-bye. Sidebar: 360 At Converse Studios
If you’re still out on the town, you better cuff your gal. 360 is back, and for Valentine’s Day, tacks a verse over The Throne’s track. Get ya own dog, ya heard.