While out in Chicago for the Slurpee 7-Eleven Mixmaker, Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy and Matt McGinley sit down with GWHH to talk about their upcoming album, The Papercut Chronicles 2.
Archive for July, 2011
Some behind-the-scenes footage (courtesy of Inferno Productions) of Ross and Meek’s upcoming video; which was shot while out in Philly.
Radio rip leak of a joint that will be featured on Game’s Hood Morning (No Typo): Candy Coronas dropping August 1st.
The flick above surfaced awhile back showing the trio in the studio working on something for Game’s LP. And now that The R.E.D. Album is supposed to drop on August 23rd, DHH lets loose the actual song.
After kicking a few bars, the Canadian-bred emcee talks about her Queens, NY neighborhood and her origins with hip hop.
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Rozay and Meek chop it up with Cosmic Kev about the upcoming remix of I’ma Boss; which is set to feature Jay-Z, Swizz Beatz, (Diddy?) and Birdshit*.
*Can we keep it to just Hov though?
The long awaited Be Cool EP arrives. Produced entirely by Jonathan Lowell with Chuuwee on the verses. Tracklist + Download link after the jump…
Eminem paid tribute to Nate Dogg playing his hits at the Osheaga Festival in Canada. R.I.P Nate Dogg.
A new cut from Royce’s upcoming album, Success Is Certain, dropping August 9th.
“I Do It” and “Marvin Gaye & Chardonnay”
Backed by The Roots, Sean performed his Finally Famous: The Album cuts. As a hilarious bonus Jimmy, The Roots and NBC anchorman Brian Williams “Slow Jam The News” down bottom.
As you may know Eastern Conference Records put out it’s last record in 2008 with The Best and Worst of Cage, since then the label has been assumed dead. I for one was a big Eastern Conference Records Fan and bought anything that dropped on the label. I’m not saying I held every release in to the highest respect, but I enjoyed quite a few joints off each album. This is my best of Eastern Conference Records album. I pulled joints from each full length album as well as some samplers and specials some hard to find some not so hard to find. These records are all OOP and a few of them are available via iTunes I suggest you copp some of their stuff if you enjoy the mixtape. And I hope I can help put some new heads on to what I thought was a good label for it’s time. The compilation is 76 tracks long and almost 5 hours of material, so this will give you lots of replay value. Enjoy.
While I don’t exactly fuck with the artwork (no shots haha), my man Vega knows his underground music and he’s definitely crafted a helluva mix. Makes me want to jump start a Rhymesayers or QN5 collection myself. Tracklist and download link after the jump.