Archive | December 2011
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Check out my boy Kevin Kartier, behind the scenes of DJ Smallz video coming soon. DJ Smallz takes you behind the scenes to his his first visual from his “Southern Smoke” album with Grammy-nominated producer extraordinaire, Drumma Boy. In the clip of his anthem for “Southern Smoke” featuring Drumma Boy, Alley Boy & Eastside Jody, […]
Stalley headlines his first European tour and sells out his show in London at Vibe Bar in Shoreditch. Follow Stalley as he enjoys a day in London with Trapstar, a UK clothing brand, who take him for fish and chips and an in-store at their shop before the sold-out show that night.
Straight outta Compton, a crazy muthafucka named Double P!!! That was corny, but anyway Double P is really from Compton and is doin this thang out there. I’ve heard of him and he has worked with some notable westcoast rappers like for example: YG. His latest mixtape is hot. It’s titled I Got My City […]
2.1.4. is a duo trying to make a mark on the game. They consist of Yung Jader and Jesse Jazz. I recently heard of them and checked out their music and I was impressed. They got some good shit. They’re from the 305 which is becoming a hot bed for young hungry artist. Pay attention […]
David E. Beats drops a freestyle over “Always Strapped”. Check him out as he goes off the dome on this one.
Allhiphop.com caught up with 2 quarters of the Slaughter to talk about a number of topics. Hopefully the album will actually come out in April and not be pushed back.
It’s ya boy YO GOTTI!!!!!!! Gotti’s mixtape, Live From The Kitchen, sounds hot so far. Stay tuned as it is scheduled to drop Jan.10.
Is G-Unit back? Sounds like it. This is off 50’s The Big 10. Download it HERE. Shooting Guns (my favorite joint on here)
The remix to “Fireworkz” off Tyrese’s album, Open Invitation, goes hard in the paint. Busta killed it, T.I. did his thing, and Big Sean did also. Check the song below.
This is from French & Waka’s mixtape, Lock Out, and they got Prodigy to lace this joint. This further convinces me that Waka might care a little bit about lyrics since he’s doing songs with people who do.