The dopehouse and DatPiff are proud to present the latest mixtape from the Treacherous Records emcee, One-2. It’s no secret dude can hold it down on his own but the tape features the likes of Crooked I, Kobe, Mikkey Halsted, KnocTurn’al, K-Young, Jayo Felony and One-2′s international group, Xpand; with the majority of the production handled by Komplex.
Since we posted the Saigon-assisted joint, it’s only right we post the entire project from Amen right? Add that to the fact I’m a huge Entourage fan. Production from Khrysis, Johnny Drama, Reasonable, Jah Freedom, and guest spots from Saigon, Sean Boog and more.
I have to own one of those pr0n tees. Ice (before the boob job) > Nautica > Alexis > Naomi > Brianna. Check out more images under the cut, including the joint they threw at Shake a while ago. And check out their website for more dope stuff.
Seeing as how I’m off the clock in about thirty minutes, I could watch this joint and not get in trouble. Then again, I’m also using my own laptop at work, so opening a new tab & fronting like I wasn’t watching some vintage pr0n clip is nothing on me.
In yet another hilarious interview, Curtis talks with Angie Martinez about Kanye & Lady Gaga’s “gay tour”, how Jay-Z is the coolest punk, smashing Kim Kardashian (kidding, sort of), how he thinks Eminem isn’t happy with the features on Forever, how his career hasn’t peaked just yet, Lil Wayne and more. Shouts to RR on the rip.
For Kaos, the project title means to stay focused, strong in one’s convictions and to do so without being seen as a threat. When it comes to music, Kaos is soft spoken about his emcee abilities, but his lyrics hit listeners square in the face and serve as a wake up call for all other emcees. Kaos uses the title as an announcement to any formidable opponents on the microphone to be prepared.
The project features guest appearances by Bun B, Wale, 4-Ize, Punchline, Jaspects, Stacy Epps, 4th Pyramid, John Robinson, Stahhr, Homeboy Sandman and many more. The project also includes production from Large Professor, DJ Spinna, 9th Wonder, Von Pea, Jake One, 2 Hungry Bros. and others.
Blame it on Shake | September 30, 2009 | Comments Off
Shine Travis talks to Tek at PNC Radio for a few minutes before his first studio session of the new Pete Rock produced Smif N’ Wessun LP about his new solo LP 24Kt Smoke, he also goes in-depth about Smif-N-Wessuns upcoming LP entirely produced by Pete Rock, the single “Touchin That Green”, and the progression Smif-N-Wessun’s career in hip hop.
To celebrate the the first date of their new tour with Souls of Mischief, the Strong Arm Steady crew link up with The Jacka. Rocking over some Madlib production that may (or may not) be included on their upcoming collaborative album, Stoney Jackson. Shouts to nation on the linkage.