In similar vein to his Nas' Lost Albums Series, Ryan over at RHH is back at it with another dope compilation that I'm sure the dopeboyz/girls will be hyped about. The spotlight is focused on Blu this time. Tracklist and download link down bottom.

Blu has established himself as one of Hip-Hop's most promising young emcees. With six full-length albums, and countless other projects and mixtapes, Blu has been releasing quality music non-stop since he hit the scene in 2006 -- whether on his own projects, or someone else's. Every guest verse from Blu is a quality verse, often outstanding, and his catalog of features is far more vast than most Blu fans imagine. There are some true GEMS here, and some of my favorite tracks from Mr. Barnes. I've gathered all of his best features into a four-disc collection.

You'll find collaborations with: J Dilla, The Roots, Exile, Co$$, Inspectah Deck, Phonte, Freddie Gibbs, Homeboy Sandman, MED, Flying Lotus, TiRon, Asher Roth, Sene, Fashawn, Miguel, Dela, Chief, Eligh, The Grouch, The Alchemist, Kid Cudi, Talib Kweli, Evidence, Theophilus London, Jesse Boykins III, Tanya Morgan, Joell Ortiz, Andy Allo, Diamond D, Jack Spade, Lupe Fiasco, Pac Div and more.

Disc 1:

01. This Is Your Life feat. MED (Prod. Exile)
02. WhatUWanna feat. Dela
03. Cadalac Steeze feat. Willow
04. Dreamland feat. Andy Allo
05. Fly (Song of Liberation) feat. Exile
06. Mars (Remix) feat. Dela
07. Radio Daze feat. The Roots, Dice Raw
08. Smoke feat. J Dilla
09. LoveLine(s) feat. Exile
10. A Song Called Triumph feat. Big Tone
11. From The Heart feat. Deep Rooted
12. Never Ending feat. Mumbles
13. Lamenated Looseleafs feat. MAG
14. GNG BNG feat. Flying Lotus
15. How Do You Sleep feat. Recess
16. Party of Two feat. Exile
17. The Richers feat. TiRon & Asher Roth
18. Through The Flames feat. Co$$
19. Dope 4 Gold feat. Sene
20. Hi(gh) Music feat. Shingo Suzuki

Disc 2:

01. Maintain feat. Exile, Donel Smoke, Co$$ & Miguel
02. Samsonite Man feat. Fashawn
03. True Love feat. Sene & Chief
04. Pour Another Glass feat. Presto
05. Lucy's&LooseLeafs feat. Dela
06. Born Again feat. Co$$ & Sene
07. Therapy feat. The Alchemist, Evidence, KiD CuDi
08. The Day feat. The Roots, Phonte, Patty Crash
09. Piece feat. Choice37
10. Git It Now feat. Trek Life
11. Hostile Gospel (Remix) feat. Joell Ortiz & Talib Kweli
12. Morgan Blu feat. Tanya Morgan
13. Life Of A Lover (Remix) feat. Theophilus London, Jesse Boykins III
14. Just Relax feat. Noah
15. Hard Times feat. DJ Cadik
16. For Whom The Bell Tolls feat. Phonte, Evidence & will.i.am
17. Step To This feat. Josh One
18. Still Remains feat. Waxolutionists
19. The Times feat. Keelay & Zaire, Fortlive, Nino Moschella

Disc 3:

01. Mars feat. Dela
02. Get Choze feat. Mr. Brady, Diamond D
03. iFeel feat. Miss Jack Davey
04. 2 Long feat. Jack Spade
05. Jazz (ATCQ Tribute) feat. J. Period
06. When I Dig feat. Kidkanevil & Kissey Asplund
07. Vibrate feat. Dela
08. So Perfect feat. Exile
09. L.A. Blaze feat. Uncle Imani and Luckyiam
10. Nino Brown (Prod. by RZA)
11. In feat. Freddie Gibbs & Homeboy Sandman
12. Lamenated Looseleafs (Small Professor Remix) feat. MAG
13. Aint Bout U feat. Jack Spade
14. Wednesday feat. Ta'Raach & Budamunky
15. We Beamin' (Remix) feat. Lupe Fiasco & All City Chess Club
16. The Fame feat. Sene
17. Angelic feat. Co$$
18. Soul Provider feat. Exile
19. King Me feat. Chief and Sene
20. Brothers feat. Jack Spade

Disc 4:

01. Day by Day feat. Jack Spade
02. Disco D.Y.N.A.M.I.T.E. feat. Mainframe
03. Merci Me Lord feat. Ta'Raach
04. Supa Fly feat. S1 & Inspectah Deck
05. Robots (Remy LBO Remix) feat. Bilal
06. Awake In A Dream feat. Catch Lungs
07. Sour Patch Kids (Remix) feat. Asher Roth and Talib Kweli
08. Rainbow feat. Shenkar
09. For The Soul feat. Josh One & Mukwenda
10. I Dont Rock Parties feat. Ta'raach & Co$$
11. Surrender feat. Sepalot
12. Old Souls feat. The Grouch & Eligh (Prod. Flying Lotus)
13. Motive Pt. 2 feat. Sene and Co$$
14. Wonder Why feat. Blame One & Exile
15. Tell You feat. Exile & Aloe Blacc
16. Lear Jet feat. Folk & Stress
17. Excuse Me (Make Room) [Abridged]
18. Words Past The Margin feat. Jesse Abraham
19. Cringe feat. Pac Div
20. Wake Up Show Freestyle

DOWNLOAD: Blu - The Greatest Guest Features Collection (4-Disc)

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  • dre

    dope

  • http://bawse.com KidRudy

    old news bruh. if you're a Blu fan, you've been on this shit for a minute now.

  • ds

    RealHipHop.com is the best hip hop website there is

  • Made

    well damn I got all this shit already

  • http://www.2dopeboyz.com Shake

    ^^ not that i even care at this point. but credit would be nice at times.

    http://www.realhiphophead.com/2011/10/freddie-gibbs-cold-day-in-hell-artwork.html

    they obviously got the cover from here (notice the border) and they even made the same mistake (adding "tracklist") in the title as us haha.

    same goes for just about every other post on that site.

  • Juz

    LMAO Shake's actually right, the gold border exposed them! Especially since every album cover in their recent posts has it... tsk tsk tsk.

  • http://www.realhiphophead.com RHHHH

    Shake,

    True story brotha, thanks for noticing, you guys are a far bigger site than we are. In a whole another league as far as traffic is concerned. However, we serve a different purpose. we do get a hefty amount of posts we pull from this site, we also get a hefty amount of the same emails you get. We also, try to give credit as much as possible.. so, the "at times" comment is hard to really understand.. Look around the site.. or our fan page.. which was the reason we even started a blog, to serve our facebook community which was here long before our blog. Thank you for all your support, we will try harder to make sure any and every post is tagged. I apologize.

  • dirtysixchambers

    Haha after that Gibbs post was posted here I went and google'd it to see if the tracklist was out there and I found at least 10-15 different sites that had he same exact title and post(blah blah cold day in hell, drops this Halloween). I found that pretty hilarious.

  • dirtysixchambers

    Haha after that Gibbs post was posted here I went and google'd it to see if the tracklist was out there and I found at least 10-15 different sites that had the same exact title and post(blah blah cold day in hell, drops this Halloween). I found that pretty hilarious.

  • http://fuc.com asss

    real shit his music lately sounds like his recording straight into a fuckin laptop. hes one of the best but he slacks major

  • Juz

    I know that wasn't addressed to me but I have to say "we also get a hefty amount of the same emails you get" has nothing to do with it. Whether or not you get the same emails you shouldn't just pull articles from an entirely different blog. That's lazy, unprofessional and is a bad look for your website.

    You say you find it hard to understand the "at times" comment, but if you check your site, look at how many images/newsbits were taken from or spotted originally at 2dbz and then compare that number to how many you sourced it should be clear. It's nice that you added "spotted on 2dbz" for the Cold Day in Hell post now, but that's just one post, and it should take the owner of the website you got the information from mentioning it for you to do that.

  • http://www.realhiphophead.com RHHHH

    ... word.

    We actually don't as much as you think. Those gold borders, are because we do take alot of artwork. See the emails we get from macmedia and clockwork give us a lot of the same music.. hell, maybe they are the people emailing shake.. but anyways' the format inside the emails is always sized all wrong, so I check here... because more often than not 2dopeboyz has the post if its from those 2 publicists or promoters or whatever you would like to call them. I am a vistor of this site, a fan of it.. I have been for a long time. We started servicing a facebook community, which is nothing like this site, or any blog for that matter. We needed a place to put things to keep them organized because facebook changed the format on how fan pages looked and operated. Viola, rhhh.com was born. Unlike this site, we don't make a lot of money.. or very much at all for that matter, we do this when we can, because we love hip-hop. We give a lot of credit to 2dopeboyz, we shout them out on a regular basis on the facebook community. We apologize.. we are not professional bloggers, but we try our best, we learn a little more each day. lol... the internets funny. have a nice day y'all.

  • tXL

    thats respectable RHHHH, keep doing your thing

  • http://2wordsthetop.com Julian Michael Caldwell

    I wanna hear "Maintain" and "In" the most, but that whole project looks incredible.

  • The Exp

    if it was such a big deal..why even put up a post directing people to RHHH. if you dig BLU download it..if not keep it moving and watch that wack cypha BET put out.

  • nah_dude

    this is a must for any one who is barely up on blu...absolutely 1 of my top ten in the game active...and i had the plessure to meet him and chop it up for a few minutes and hes super humble and down to earth/a good person! good post dope boys!!!

  • nah_dude

    this is a must for any one who is barely up on blu...absolutely 1 of my top ten in the game active...and i had the plessure to meet him and chop it up for a few minutes and hes super humble and down to earth/a good person! good post dope boys!!!!!

  • http://freshhiphopmusic.blogspot.com/ Timothy

    who fucking cares about the gold border yawn

    when was the last time 2dope has ever done this?

    ill wait .... ?

    NEVER .

  • eyekyu

    What happened to real hiphop? READ THIS.
    http://www.hiphopmartyrs.blogspot.com/
    Tell me what you think.

  • SPank (Divided Souls Ent)

    Nice work! As always, you are putting in work. Great job. Peace and GOD BLESS

  • stackbooks101

    ooh snap. 4disc. *hits dl

  • Da_Soji1

    Never had a chance to listen to Blu all like this, but I really liked his flow on a couple tracks...Thankful for the 4 disc compilation, put it in the car and I must say...Truly fire. His recent work doesnt reflect.

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