It’s ’86 all over again. And for latest remix from the Chef, Shallah revists his Lost Jewlry EP groove with Anthony Cruz. Grab a Cuban and ante up.
Over various beats by DJ Doo Wop, the Sosa that we really love sends his gratitude on his latest recording. Doe Or Die II is still on the way.
As AZ prepares for his Doe Or Die II for this year, he makes his official return by revisiting Illmatic‘s opener. Sounds like Mr. Cruz hasn’t lost his step. This is the Sosa we love. UPDATE: Studio footage below
DJ Doo Wop will be linking a selection of today’s artists with a few OGs for his new project. Today, Sosa and Reks bridge the gap with this offering. Mixing the old with the new sounds pretty cool. xzone
AZ gives a roll call on his street single for Doe Or Die II. It’s not exactly Sosa’s most solid effort, but real niggas can’t respect it. Produced by Buckwild.
For those who weren’t there, it sure is. And in celebration of 18 years since its release, Nas performed his classic debut Ilmatic at Austin’s W Hotel last night. Above, Esco brings out Sosa for their duet. pow-tv.net
Along with his former Firm desperados, Mega’s “Professional Style” gets revisited with the sounds of a live band. You can find this on Cormega’s Raw Forever which is also in stores today. sb
Recently, Esco brought the glamorous life to Queensbridge as he shot the video for his latest single. We see you Sosa. More flicks courtesy of TheLifeFiles after the jump.