Before I end the night I had to get this track up that my girl Melanie shot to me. I have to admit, I’ve heard of Slakah the BeatChild but I haven’t heard Slakah the BeatChild. After two listens of this joint though I’m in need of his album, The Soul Movement v.1, like yesterday. Any fan of that Raphael Saadiq, Dwele, Dilla, Slum Village sound will agree… this is good music. The production is just what I needed right now. Oh… and Drake’s on the song as well haha. Canada really makes good music huh?
QN5 put up some ill performance footage (shouts to DooinitMusic) of Substantial’s set during a show in Rennes, France w/ CunninLynguists & DJ Flip Flop. The clip also features ‘stan letting go of some details on what to expect from him.
Nothing like some dope unreleased music to help close out the night…
Whats good people, During 2006 myself (Sean Boog) Khrysis and Nervous Reck (Bomm Sheltuh) recorded a slew of songs and put together an album called The Warm Up (shout out to the homie J Cole). Originally we were going to release it before we even recorded Training Day … but with out going into detail we ended up doing Training Day. For the last few years we debated what to do with this album. So finally since we think the music is far to good to go to waste and to give the fans some dope shit to listen to, we are giving it to everybody for free download. Pass the word on!!!!
Naughty by Nature are the next guests on RockMeTV. In part 1 above, they speak about being The New Style before taking the name Naughty By Nature; and their strategy of success. Part 2 (after the jump) has Treach & Vin Rock talking about touring back in the day and what their life on the road is like now. They also speak on the history of O.P.P. and their relationship with Tupac. Part 3 (also after the jump) the roundtable talks with Treach about his [II] worthy scene in Love and a Bullet; and the difference between groupie love back in the day and how it’s like now.
I have a feeling there are gonna be about 537 mixtapes released before Eminem drops Relapse. Like this one… presented by Stack House Recordings. It’s safe to say there will be no “new” Em joints on here but there’s always a chance for 1 or 2 dope blends. The main reason for the post though was for the crazy NOJO artwork (that’s sure to cause a shit storm in the c-section). Hit the jump for a larger version, tracklist and the title track with Luda.
Man… these Celts need to fix their feet before they shoot. But damn, if this isn’t one of the best series I’ve watched in ateast 7 years I don’t know what is. Anyways… two Busta posts in a row. Does that mean we’re on our bullshit too? I don’t know why you took out Kanye though Bussa Buss. Why not skip Ross? Haha… shouts to Splash.
Ahh shit… Banks spoke with MTV about Ross’ recent bating of Eminem. Some choice quotes…
As far as calling out Eminem, c’mon man. That’s just gonna make me spank on you even harder.
I got Officer Down, Part II coming. He’ll have to deal with that.
As far as calling out Eminem, you’re not in the top 10 lyricists nowhere. So just sit down, man. We seen what Em can do. Em’s in a whole ‘nother lane. How do you go from praising somebody in one interview to calling him a ‘monkey’ in the next? He’s been in out of pocket too many times. We’ll see where his future goes. It doesn’t look too bright, if you ask me.
Luda’s verse was leaked on the Trap-A-Holics tape yesterday, here goes the full version off Drama’s Gangsta Grills: The Album v.2, dropping May 19th. I also included a NoDJ version of the Luda x Snoop x Nate Dogg joint.