Artwork: Karla Moy Saigon puts three fingers in the air, but one foot in the grave on the cover of his new mixtape hosted by Just Blaze. Before the third installment finally rings out next Tuesday, peep the titles after the jump.
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Common and Khaled checked in by phone but Just Blaze actually stopped by the East Village Radio studios to close out YN’s second episode of his Keep It Thoro program. Mr. Smith talked about being paid to party, his Master of The Mix reality show, Saigon’s upcoming mixtape and he even freestyled over some of his beats. Fun times! Bonus: Peep whole show here and playlist.
[vodpod id=Video.15943179&w=540&h=350&fv=] From the gym to the studio, Sai works up a sweat with the trailer for his upcoming Warning Shots 3: One Foot In The Grave mixtape with Just Blaze. Peep the first offering here. Shots fired January 24. mtv
It’s tough to judge this guy because he’s actually my friend but thankfully the hip-hop nation agrees—Justin Smith is one bad muthafucka behind the boards. And the man who helped build the soundtrack to the Rocafella dynasty proved that he’s still destined for more greatness in 2011. The hardest moment on Drake’s Take Care comes courtesy of him as he turns an obscure gospel sample (sung over by a live choir) into a musical masterpiece. MCs would kill to spit […]
Saigon’s back on the Yard and earlier today on Twitter, announced that he will be reuniting with Just Blaze for another installment of his Warning Shots mixtape series. Third time’s a charm Okay so now its OFFICIAL. New Street Album/Mixtape with @JustBlaze Drops January 24th. WS3: One Foot In The Grave…..This shit is GOLDEN. January 24th.. Saigon & Just Blaze present ‘One Foot In The Grave’……. History will be made AGAIN…. GSNT Chapter soon after. ‘One Foot In The Grave’ […]
On the always-entertaining Combat Jack Show with Dallas Penn, the special guest for the night was Just Blaze. In case you missed the show, below is it in its entirety. Visit the show’s iTunes page here.
[vodpod id=Video.15660398&w=540&h=350&fv=] The bad news: Overnight, Drake’s sophomore album Take Care sprung a leak. The good news? One of the records sprouted was “Lord Knows” produced by Just Blaze. Simply put, the track is amazing. The song sounds like its anchored by a soul sample, but its not. Here’s brief footage of Just getting his Quincy Jones on with a live choir. Death to the jiggy rap! Take Care November 15th.