Nas & Damian Marley took to the stage at London’s Wembley Arena.
Archive for March, 2011
Reek Da Villian enlists a mix of artists for his latest remix.
If I told you that Compton has more to offer than gang violence and Kendrick Lamar your probably wouldn’t believe me, so allow me to show you instead. I’m actually very excited to present to you all the latest project from Hub City’s H.O.P.E., not only as just another in the growing list of great projects coming from the Left Coast but as a project from an artist I’ve actually been championing for the last few years. I hope you all enjoy the project as much as I do.
Tracklist and link down bottom.
The first Left Coast (2)Dope premiere project comes from the Inglewood hero, with DJ Green Lantern riding shotgun.
And for DJs, Christians, and Christian DJs there’s a clean version available there too! – Shawn
He’s a man of the people. Tracklist and link down bottom.
For those interested he’s holding the release party for the mixtape at Atlanta’s Standard in the Lennox Mall. Details under everything.
Here’s the first release from the upcoming Let It Fall: The Pursuit Remixes project dropping later this April.
Courtesy of iRockCollege
Live and direct from the home of the once-formidable Hoyas college basketball team. I may need to cop a Starter jacket for old times sake.
In honor of his site’s fifth anniversary, the homie khal unleashed this monster compilation of beats, rhymes and life for he masses. Congrats, dog. Tracklist and link down bottom.
Kendrick Lamar’s debut is at the top of my list of most anticipated albums.
Lamar tells me he began singing about his city, his struggles, and his survival at the age of 13. Now years later, he has nearly 300 songs, and must narrow it down to 12 for an album release. When asked which are his favorites, song titles like “The Hard Part 2,” “Cut You Off,” “Average Joe,” and “Faith” roll off his tongue. According to Lamar, all the songs have a message. Whether it’s about the ills of negativity, or the senseless loss of his uncle to prison, Lamar sings with a raw, honest, and sometimes angered voice. Many of his lyrics come from what he’s seen and experienced growing up in Compton. – Lu Parker.
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You do realize he’s signed, right. But I’ve been sworn to secrecy as to where.
New visuals from The Inspection out now.