Seems like Banks got a lot on his mind. And for
[vodpod id=Video.15227131&w=540&h=350&fv=] Although Mr. Miller kept his debut LP on the hush on MTV‘s RapFix Live earlier today, Sway persuaded him to kick a few bars before he left. Slow down Mac, you killin’ ‘em.
Where you disappear son? CyHi Da Prynce is maintaining and puts his rap sheets over Jay’s Reasonable Doubt track. Lookin gully in the joint. funkflex
Loso takes charge and lays
For Crooked I’s latest free set of bars, he hops in the driver’s seat and takes a spin to Tracy Chapman
Like his fellow MMG comrade, Wale wants Tupac back. And for the first installment of his #elevenoneleven music series, he lays his raps over Mr. Shakur’s classic. More coming soon. Previously: “Chain Music“
Well, isn’t this a surprise. In support of Tha Advocate and Ballerstatus‘ Digital Dynasty 17, hosted by Jaz-O, the Originator takes a crack at his ol’ pal’s “Otis”. Oy vey.