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Video/MP3: S.S.G.'z - "Yup (Live Performance)"


Video/MP3: S.S.G.'z - "Yup (Live Performance)"

Courtesy BF Blasts.

(Clean/Dirty/Instru/Acca) http://www.mediafire.com/?kcq764e3m17red5 .

Suga Free To Release 'Why U Still Bullshittin' on 9/13/11


Suga Free To Release 'Why U Still Bullshittin -The Best of Suga Free' On September 13th

Courtesy James @ Kerosene Media.

"Why U Still Bullshittin'?-The Best of Suga Free" With Two New Tracks On September 13th
 
The Pomona pimp, Suga Free is set to release his first career spanning collection entitled "Why U Still Bullshittin'?-The Best of Suga Free" on September 13th, 2011 via Suburban Noize/Laneway Records. The disc will cover Suga Free's legendary 14 year hip-hop career including his street classics "Why U Bullshittin'?" and "I'd Rather Give You My Bitch". The collection will also include two new tracks, "Shit Yeah" and "Bitch" featuring Moosei, which were recorded just for this collection. Suga Free "Why U Still Bullshittin'?-The Best of Suga Free" is available digitally online from Amazon.com for only $8.99!
 
"I am happy that the first chapter of my music career has been highlighted with the Greatest Hits. Watch out for my next chapter," commented Suga Free.
 
Suga Free was raised in Compton by way of Oakland before becoming based in Pomona, California. He is somewhat unusual among rappers who claim to "pimp" in that he was an actual pimp.  With over 400,000 units scanned in his career, his pimp hand is strong as ever.
 
He began his professional rapping career working with DJ Quik, with Quik serving as the producer on his debut album, Street Gospel (225,000 units scanned), released in 1997, which reached number 27 on the Billboard R&B albums chart.  The album is seen as a "street classic" by the hip hop community.
 
He made guest appearances on Xzibit's "Restless" and Snoop Dogg'sThe New Testament (85,000 units scanned), which peaked at number 23 on the R&B albums chart and number 72 on the Billboard 200.   Just Add Water followed in 2006 (32,000 units scanned), described by Allmusic: "Just Add Water may not be the complete handbook to being a pimp, but it certainly is a kind of missive on the life of Suga Free." He followed with 2007's "Sunday School", 2008's "Smell My Finger" and "HI Power Pimpin" in 2009.  In 2010 Suga Free was featured on tracks with Kurupt, E-40, Murs and 9th Wonder. "Tha Last Men" in 2000, and released a second solo album in 2004.
 
The track listing for "Why U Still Bullshittin'?-The Best of Suga Free" is as follows:  

1 - If U Stay Ready
2 - Born Again
3 - I'd Rather Give You My Bitch
4 - Like What
5 - Why U Bullshittin?
6 - Don't Fight Da Pimpin
7 - U Know My Name
8 - On My Way
9 - The Ranger
10 - Angry Enuff
11 - High Heels
12 - Last of the Dinosaurs
13 - Bitch
14 - Shit Yeah

Video: Timbaland f/ Pitbull - "Pass At Me" (Culo by Mazzucco)


Video: Timbaland f/ Pitbull - "Pass At Me" (Culo by Mazzucco)

Courtesy of BF Blasts.

Video/MP3: Blaze P - "Rocketship" (dir. Raf Moses)


Video/MP3: Blaze P - "Rocketship" (dir. Raf Moses)

Courtesy Zack Einhorn.

Song: http://hulkshare.com/s29bnsiqs2lb .

Boston, MA based emcee / producer Blaze P (@blazep23) has been garnering attention in the underground hip-hop circuit over the course of the last year and a half. The frequent Showoff Records collaborator has been the recipient of a growing buzz and much praise thanks to tracks such as; “Heaven Repair Us” featuring hardcore emcee REKS, “Tears Of Joy” featuring JFK, and “Got This Right” featuring Mista Mista, all of which have received regular college and underground radio support. With the release of his latest single “Rocketship”, Blaze P steps out and sets his sights on the national stage as he preps the release of his first full length release, No Dress Rehearsal. No Dress Rehearsal the album is due for release on September 6, 2011.

Video: Mobb Deep Talk About RED Distribution Deal


Video: Mobb Deep Talk About RED Distribution Deal

Courtesy Mitchell Dudley.

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Video: Shod Harris - "Random Questions w/ Octavion Excellence"


Video: Shod Harris - "Random Questions w/ Octavion Excellence"

Courtesy RMG.

Shod Harris connects with Richmond, VA's own, and one third of rap trio Surburban District, Octavion Xcellence with the latest installment of Random Questions. TheRebelSociety.com Coming Soon!!!!

Free Music Friday: Revolution 9ine Edition


Number 9...Number 9....Number 9....Number 9....Number 9...Number 9.... It's play-on words for September 9th! On with the freeness!!!!

Braille :: Native Lungs
Braille

Here's a bangin' new album from Braille that's now offered for FREE! But if you're like me and want to send support to this record you can through physical CDs' and digital release of the album coming soon! Can you feel it?

Tracklisting:
1. Native Lungs [prod. by Odd Thomas and Xperiment]
2. Feel It [prod. by Evidence w/ additional prod. by Khrysis] (f/ scratches by DJ Revolution)
3. Death In Me (f/ Theory Hazit and Odd Thomas) [prod. by DaveNotti]
4. We Will Remember [prod. by Braille]
5. Storm Trooper [prod. by Theory Hazit]
6. Spell It Out [prod. by DJ Official] (f/ scratches by DJ Cassidy)
7. The New Raw [prod. by Ohmega Watts] (f/ scratches by DJ Rob Swift)
8. Nightmare Walking [prod. by Trox]
9. Too Many Tomorrows [prod. by Calvin Valentine]
10. Step Up [prod. by DaveNotti]
11. 48 Prisons [prod. by Xperiment] (f/ scratches by DJ Idull)
12. DeepRest [prod. by S1 a/k/a SymbolycOne]
13. Finally Arrive [prod. by Odd Thomas and Xperiment w/ additional prod. by DJ Cassidy]

Cam'ron & Vado :: Boss of All Bosses 2.8: The Road to 3.0

Cam'Ron and Vado

For those who can't wait for the "3.0" to drop this October, Cam'Ron and Vado offers you the "2.8" edition of the Boss of All Bosses to hold y'all over.

Tracklisting:
1.Intro
2. Cold World (f/ Rod Rhaspy)
3. They Know Who We Are (f/ P da Don and Jim Jones)
4. Makeout (f/ Jim Jones and Sen City)
5. Watch Out (f/ Hell Rell and J.R Writer)
6. All Around (f/ Jaz and Rod Rhaspy)
7. Bread Breakers (f/ Hell Rell and J.R Writer)
8. Fairytales (f/ Avery Storm and Jaz)
9. Party ain't a Party (f/ Jaz)
10. White Boy J Murder 1 Skit
11. Key 2 Life
12. Gunz and Butta
13. Keep Rising
14. Life is Like a Movie
15. House Of Harlem (f/ Jaz)
16. Star (f/ Jaz and Rod Rhaspy)
17. Picture (f/ Jaz and Rod Rhaspy)
18. Soulja (f/ Jaz)
19. Warning Remix (f/ Uncle Murda)
20. From the Bottom (f/ Grafh and Hell Rell)
21. Let it Burn

The-Dream :: 1977

The-Dream

Why not? The-Dream's been appearing in many hip-hop records this year, ranging from Jay Electronica to Jay-Z and Kanye West. Here's a free album from the Radio Killa to give y'all your R&B needs.

Tracklisting:
1. Wake Me When It's Over
2. Used to Be
3. Long Gone
4. Ghetto (f/ Big Sean)
5. Wedding Crasher
6. Rolex (f/ Casha)
7. Silly (introducing Cash)
8. 1977 (Miss You Still)
9. Wish You Were Mine
10. This Shit Real Nigga (f/ Pharrell)
11. Form of Flattery
 
Link:
http://radiokillarecords.com/

Peter Rosenberg & Pop Chips :: What's Poppin' Vol. 1

Pop Chips

Long story short, Peter Rosenberg links up with Popchips to provide you with this FREE mix full of UNRELEASED hip-hop joints from many well-respected and established artists. Check this one out post haste! It might blow up, but it won't go...

Tracklisting:
1. Peter Rosenberg - What's Poppin Intro (Miami 2017)
2. Action Bronson - Action (Prod. by Party Supplies)
3. Peter Rosenberg & The Kid Daytona - Summertime 2011
4. Skyzoo - Word of Mouth [prod. by Illmind]
5. Raekwon - The Heater (f/ Kaimbr & Hassaan Mackey) [prod. by Diamond D.]
6. Kosha Dillz - Bars Mitzvah [prod. by Brenk Sinatra]
7. Sean Born - Diana [prod. by The Quartermaine]
8. Danny Brown - Brown Eyes [prod. by Skywlkr]
9. Asher Roth - Goodbye [prod. by David Appleton]
10. Maffew Ragazino, Action Bronson, Homeboy Sandman, Kaimbr, and Jon Connor - 5 X 8 [prod. by Peter Rosenberg]
11. Tyler, the Creator - Odd & Twisted (f/ Domo Genesis of OFWGKTA) (Got it Twisted Freestyle)
12. Macho Man Randy Savage and Mean Gene - Macho Madness Interlude [prod. by Peter Rosenberg]
13. Homeboy Sandman - The Ancient (Static Edit Mastered)
14. STS - Ahhh Yeah [prod. by The Quartermaine]
15. J. Cole - Who Datt Pt. 2 (f/ SD and Childish Gambino) (Prod. by J. Cole)
16. Kenn Starr - Kragenoff [prod. by D Slaps]
17. Nemo Achida - Stoop Music [prod. by Northern Lights]
18. Fred the Godson and The Kid Daytona - Back to School [prod. by Kaimbr]
19. Kendrick Lamar - My Mind Drifts [prod. by The Quartermaine]
20. Action Bronson - Tapas [prod. by Party Supplies]
21. Isaac Jones - This Home (f/ Toine of DTMD and Kaimbr) [prod. by Kaimbr]
22. Torae - Let's Rap (f/ Rapsody) [prod. by Khrysis]
23. Smif n Wessun - Victory [prod. by The Quartermaine]

Plies :: Aristotle

Plies

In case you didn't know how to pronounce Aristotle, Plies even provided the pronounciation for y'all! How kind of him. Here's a new mixtape from the everybody's favorite goon rapper you love to hate.

Tracklisting:
1. 1000 Intro
2. Bout Dat Life
3. Blow My High
4. Da Muscle
5. Never Cross Them
6. Bitch A Hoe
7. Pressure
8. Lowa
9. Fuck The Shit Out You
10. Fa Me Or Against Me
11. Dope Boy Dream
12. Everybody Trippin
13. Stay Free
14. Rippin

The Nocturnals :: To Be Continued...

Nocturnals

The night is on the mind of the Nocturnals, as they prove to create some dope hip-hop tracks that should be only bumped in the night. It's okay if you also bump it in the day, though. Here it is with "To Be Continued..."

Tracklisting:
1. It's Been a Rough Day
2. A Song
3. Sweet Home (f/ Young General)
4. Baltimore
5. For Papa Mel
6. Talk Therapy Shuffle
7. I Miss My Innocence (f/ Adrienne Nadeau)
8. God Rests (f/ Sara)
9. I Want to Have Sweet, Sweet Hate-Sex with Sarah Palin
10. Cooleyhighharmony's Eulogy
11. Jews & Gay Babies
12. All the King's Men
13. Not Everything Could Also Be Something (f/ Two Endearing Robots)
14. WWWD (f/ Sara)
15. I Should Go to Bed
 
Link:
http://www.nocturnalsmusic.com/
 
Young Jeezy & DJ Drama :: The Real is Back 2

Young Jeezy

As if the real ever left since there's a "2" in the first place. But never mind, here's Jeezy and Drama giving y'all joints the streets will sure love as we await the final release of TM103, which should be coming soon...f'real this time!

Tracklisting:
1. Real is Back 2 Intro
2. Trump (f/ Birdman)
3. Chickens No Flour
4. Gotta See This (f/ Freddie Gibbs and J.W.)
5. Rough (f/ Freddie Gibbs)
6. Bandana (f/ 211)
7. All the TIme (f/ Slick Pulla)
8. Nicks 2 Bricks (f/ Freddie Gibbs)
9. Sittin Low (f/ Scrilla and Freddie Gibbs)
10. Grizly (f/ Yo Gotti)
11. The Real Nigga Anthem
 
Link:
http://www.usda2day.com/profiles/blogs/young-jeezy-the-real-is-back-2-mixtape

That's it for the "Revolution 9 Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com. If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at erik@rapreviews.com, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love...
Video: The Academy f/ Kurupt, Raekwon - "Samaryda"


Video: The Academy f/ Kurupt, Raekwon - "Samaryda"

Courtesy Matt B.

2011 marks the return of the Compilation like you have never experienced it before, with the birth of The Academy, a bi-coastal merging of the minds that provides an undeniable unity long since forgotten amidst the landscape of popularized feuds, beefs, and unfounded media hypes. "The Academy" will be released on 9-13-2011 courtesy of Terminal 3/Penagon/Bonzi Records.

The material is 100% new, the collaborations are out of this world, and the production value makes "The Academy" the new standard in Hip-Hop excellence. Over 55 MC's representing the realms of "Major" and "Independent", "New & Old School, "Legendary" and "Soon to Be" make "The Academy" release a shoe in for fans to feed their need for a superior quality product from a vast makeup of the artists they love and respect in a landscape where subpar albums and scaled back budgets have become the norm.

Executive produced by Kurupt, fans can expect "Academy" appearances from such notable talents as Raekwon, Jadakiss, Kurupt, Pete Rock, Royce Da 5'9", Redman, Styles P, Crooked I, Sean Price, Method Man, Canibus, LA the Darkman, Keith Murray, Planet Asia, Rass Kass, K-Solo, LA The Darkman, Billy Danze (M.O.P.), Pack FM, Pete Rock, Keith Murray, Chino XL and many more all backed by the breakthrough soundscapes of Terminal 3 Productions (who previously oversaw projects from ("Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture", "The Four Horsemen" and "The Undergods").

MP3: Ess Vee f/ Esso - "Feel Music" (prod. Tha HighStake)


MP3: Ess Vee f/ Esso - "Feel Music" (prod. Tha HighStake)

Courtesy Shante Smith.

This song will be featured on "The Veelude" which will be released on Sept. 20th.

Here's the link: http://hulkshare.com/z2iecdvd5pnl .

Video/Download: Malkovich - "Palms"


Video/Download: Malkovich - "Palms"

Courtesy Dunn Deal PR.

A man dying slowly in the truck he calls home. Another, hauling boxes at a market in exchange for a spot in a storage box where he sleeps each night. Immigrants, actors, recovering drug addicts, college students and true blue Angelenos, all trying to rent themselves one more month in the waiting room, one more month for their dreams to come true. This is life in Palms, L.A.'s most diverse and densely populated neighborhood, where Snoop Dogg caught his murder case, and where "everybody's on their way somewhere else", as emcee and eight-year resident Malkovich says on his dedication to his adopted home. The people and places of Palms take center stage in the video, directed, filmed and edited firsthand by Malkovich. Shot one month before Kanye West & Jay-Z's "Otis" video aired, scenes shot against a wall mural of the U.S. flag with a local homeless man inadvertently make this video the polar opposite of 'Ye and Jay's celebration of the American dream. Malkovich dropped the Ayatollah Presley mixtape earlier this year, hosted by House Shoes and featuring Prince Po of Organized Konfusion, Dibia$e, Killer Reese of King Fantastic, P.U.D.G.E., Sum, IamOmni and many more.


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