Uncle L tries his hand in the directing side of things alongside Ron Lakis for his latest video off Exit 13.
Here goes a bonus cut off LL’s meh album. I might not feel as bad about the record as the plantation did but that shit was a let down. A few very dope tracks and too many abysmal joints. The beat selection was ass cheeks. And no I’m not hating as I’m sure 10 people will say in the comments. I’m just simply stating my opinion based off 5-7 listens. This bonus joint is dope though. Should of made the LP.
I’m pretty much up in the air on what I’m expecting from Uncle L and his upcoming album, Exit 13. I mean, the leaked tracks are far too hit or miss for me to make any decision. At one point he’ll come correct with You Better Watch Me then he’ll release a garbage filled joint with Curtis (Feel My Heart Beat) and finally come back to a banger with this joint that eskay just posted.
As the leaks from LL’s upcoming album, Exit 13, continue to surface YK shot over the Curtis assisted Feel My Heart Beat. I didn’t know what to expect when I saw the title and 50 Cent guest appearance on the tracklisting and I still don’t know what I think after hearing it a few times. I do know that Uncle L’s flow on this is wack as hell. I’ve actually decided, I don’t like the song now, because of that alone. Keeping that same style for the whole song was a bad move.
So BoBo fires off another joint from Uncle L and I enjoy it for the most part. He seems to eager right now though. And the sample was a bad choice in my opinion. But who cares about that, I’m just a blogger haha. Exit 13 in stores September 9th. Same day as Royce Da 5’9″. Yep, I’ve got some info to share soon.
Fitting title for LL’s upcoming album as it is his last album with Def Jam. Exit 13 drops September 9th. Hit the jump for the full art and tracklist. What are the dopeboyz and dopegirlz anticipating with this record? If anything. I liked a few freestyles I’ve heard but then again I also remember LL’s last 3-4 albums. *shivers…
Uncle L talks with Mikey Fresh about his upcoming album, Exit 13, working with Curtis, Def Jam and more. Part 2 after the jump…
Uncle L goes in on Curtis & Co.’s beat. Posting’s gonna be light for a while, on account that it’s sunny outside. Your computer will be waiting for you when you get back. Shouts to Young Sav.
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James Todd links up with The fake Ne-Yo Dream for the first single to his upcoming – and possibly final – album, Exit 13. Props to Young Sav. Also, after the jump Mister Cee reminisces over Uncle L’s career.
Looks like James Todd is on that “MJ with the Wizards” comeback tip. From his upcoming mixtape with Kay Slay, Return Of The G.O.A.T. Props to Young Sav. Shake Edit: The homie Dow Jones just shot the rumored first single off Grandpa J’s album Exit 13, featuring Trey Songz.