Did you catch the Petey Pablo reference…..NORTH CAROLINAAAAAAAAAAAA
All posts for the day February 21st, 2012
“Don’t get caught up in no throne” real words, Mos
Street Official TV sits down with Coke Bumaye. He talks about his new project, Do You Believe. Check out more One on One interview here and be sure to follow Coke Bumaye on twitter
With the release date for his new album Black Belt Theatre rapidly approaching, West Coast hip hop luminary Planet Asia teams up with the legendary Doo Wop for a new mixtape, The Arrival, which serves as the official prelude to Planet Asia’s long awaited solo project Black Belt Theatre; which will be released on 2/28/2012 courtesy of Wandering Worx/Daddy Real/GreenStreets.
DOWNLOAD : PLANET ASIA – THE ARRIVAL (MIXTAPE)
This song is about the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Things we all go through no matter how young or old, rich or poor. Sometimes you just need a moment to “Breathe.” Iron Solomon presents the second single from his debut album, ‘Monster,’ out March 27th on Royal/3D. “Breathe” is produced by Iron Solomon with co-production from Isaiah.
Toronto up-and-comer CALiPH, released his debut LP, The Resignation, in January and since has received tremendous radio-play in the “Maple Leaf State” thanks to his versatility and the projects diversity, as CALiPH nimbly shows his range by melding old-school soul, smooth R&B and classic boom-bap rap into one cohesive project.
The Resignation features production from Rich Kidd (Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Electronica, Fashawn, Colin Munroe, Chase N. Ca$he, Tona) and M-Phazes (Slaughterhouse, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Emilio Rojas, Sean Price, Royce 5’9, Elzhi, Redman, Amerie, Skyzoo).
DOWNLOAD : CALIPH – KNOW YOUR ROLL [FEAT EZRA]
DJ Quik dropped Safe + Sound in 1995, the title cut was journey through the Compton emcee’s life, over a funky west coast funked out classic like only DJ Quik can give you. Another track was an instant classic in his long running feud with MC Eiht called “Dollaz & Sense”……..
“You left out the G, cause the G ain’t in you”