You might remember the original version dropping all the way back in 2008, but now we get the official remix with some heavy hitters. I gotta say, they all killed this one. Cameo King II, out on May 24th.
[vodpod id=Video.7973099&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] The beards are in the classroom. While filming a new video at Temple University, Philly Freezer recited a quick freestyle for the students. Diamond In The Ruff coming soon. Early! nr
In support of his upcoming Diamond In The Ruff project, Freezer gives his latest track the visual aid. Directed by Thoro Bred Filmz and produced by Young L. from The Pack. Time to go HAM—early!
Now that Statik Selektah cracked 200k on Twitter, he let’s loose one of his unreleased tracks featuring Freeway, Frost and Free Money.
Produced by Young L from The Pack, Freezer goes extremely HAM with his latest recording. Off his joint project with Diamond Supply Co., Diamond In The Ruff. Artwork designed by FrankTheButcher in honor of the people in Japan. miss info
photo: village slum Here’s another one of the seven tracks recorded last week for Free and Statik’s FreeStatik EP. Also on board is Reek Da Villian. If you haven’t copped the EP yet, what are you waiting for? Get to it.
Sometimes, a stand out guest appearance can thrust an artists’ career into the forefront. Take, Freeway’s verse on Jay-Z’s “1-900-Hustler.” Over Bink’s chopped sample, Free’s banshee vocals and brash wordplay anchored the track with lines like “Jon Benet, your daughter missing tonight!” To usher in our new series, Free talks to Rap Radar on why his verse was off the hook.
“I was just getting off house arrest, i just started going to NY with Beans while they was recording The Dynasty and all that. We was in the stu and Jay and Beans was like, ” I got this joint” Jay and Beans was originally gonna be on it. But Beans was like “I think you should kill this joint, Ithink it would be good for you” and Jay was like “Yeah, yeah! That shit’ll be crazy!”. Jay and them had the concept for the record already and the whole “1-900-Hustler thing.” I was just getting off
house arrest for—actually being a hustler, so it just fit perfectly. They setup the part where I was gonna come in at and they put the lil’ violin music before it. I wrote the verse and I came back, laid it, and it was a wrap! I remember the first time I was in a club and uh, Bleek and Beans was in there. We was in Philly performing. And they was like “Yo, just do the verse acapella.” I did that shit and the crowd went wild and its been a wrap since then. I wasn’t really nervous, I was excited about like being on the album and making it happen. I just felt like I was just doing me, like my style is a lot different than a lot of people. People at the time was like this verse is nice, but i don’t know if people gone want a whole album of his voice. I was still getting mixed feeling about it but it turned out to be the shit!”— As Told To Brian B.Dot” Miller