Mickey Factz & Curren$y speak for a bit before getting into their versions of Incredible. Curren$y’s This Ain’t No Mixtape is available now. And you better cop it!
And you actually thought it was over? Although it is slowing down, Mickey gets the original gun clapper to throw down some bars over his Incredible instrumental.
DOWNLOAD: Buckshot – Incredible Freestyle
Mickey said there’s only a few more that he’s gonna throw his official stamp on so I’ll drop a few now and then hit ya’ll with the last bunch later. Up first is the AOK Collective; comprised of Fresh Daily, 8thw1, P.Casso & Homeboy Sandman. I like the fact that more than one emcee jumped on the beat. Following that is Atlanta’s duo FKi, then Smoke Dza reps for the ghostwriters out there…
To be honest, I’m getting a bit worn out of this instrumental now as well. A Millie came and went a lot faster but this is gettin to me now. That won’t stop me from posting my man P.A.‘s version. T-Dot stand up! He gets in a little serious towards the end.
DOWNLOAD: P.A. – Incredible Freestyle
2dopeboyz will tell you I’m incredible
It’s only natural if the underground equivalent of Weezy jumps on the underground equivalent of “A Milli,” right?
Yep, and the “Incredible” freestyles keep on coming. This time, Ski Beatz’ protegé jumps on the track now.
My stomach is on fire. My brain is mush from not sleeping well. And I’m halfway to tossing up the past few days worth of food. Enjoy this week’s “Incredible” jump off; I’m gonna try to function today.
this young ‘boy’ is ’2 dope’, ask Shake what I do to a track
I haven’t heard much from DMV’s Lyriciss since he dropped The Hope mixtape on July 4th. Then out of nowhere he hits me off with two new joints. I’ll let Lyriciss explain: I watched a DVD with a preacher speaking on “deactivating our Willie Lynch Chips”. Basically saying that as young black Americans, we need to get rid of the instinct in us that makes us seperate and down each other, which was instilled in us back in the slavery days in the Willie Lynch tactics, and sadly, it still remains in us today. So the first verse = a slave speaking on his loyalty to the master; second verse = the light-skin/dark-skin rift between the blacks of today; the third verse = the black woman’s independence and denial of need for the black man. That message and it’s done over Reks’ Statik Selektah produced Black Cream? Dope! Then he adds himself to the list of Incredible underground rappers.
A few people loved the first A.R.M. joint I put out, so Mike sends me another krukid and M.anifest single. And as a bonus, krukid jumps on the underground “A Milli.” On a side note, out of all these “minimalist” instrumentals, “Grindin’” > all of these joints. Tell me I’m wrong.
DOWNLOAD: A.R.M. – Uprisin’
Mickey Factz Presents: A-Smash x Mr. Mecca x XV x Nina B x Harlems Cash x Print – Incredible Freestyles
Through out the day Mickey has been shooting Incredible freestyles to the inbox. I figured since we had an over abundance of posting already I’d hold off til the evening to drop them all in one. Not saying these don’t deserve their own post but fuck it. Good looks to XV on the shout out. 2dopeboyz are incredible!
DOWNLOAD: XV – Incredible Freestyle
DOWNLOAD: A-Smash – Incredible Freestyle
DOWNLOAD: Mr. Mecca – Incredible Freestyle [Abandon Nation]
DOWNLOAD: Nina B – Incredible Freestyle
DOWNLOAD: Harlems Cash – Incredible Freestyle [The Government remix]
DOWNLOAD: Print – Incredible Freestyle
Mickey Factz is incredible haha. Earlier he had fans submit ideas for concepts to do and he has now picked two to run with.
Tell the story from the point of view of a record (Vinyl) trying to get love in the huge era of CD’s (90′s) and how difficult it is for you to do so and the struggles of being quality but overlooked. Then transition to the same concept with CD’s and mp3s and downloads… – Kyle Connaro
I would like the next concept to be …. You as a dollar bill and what goes on as you pass hands… From drug dealers all the way to the big dogs in congress. Just an Idea… – Ricardo Santiago
Also, as promised, here goes the Incredible instrumental that everyone, but Lil Wayne (hint hint), has asked for…
DOWNLOAD: Mickey Factz – Going Nowhere & Dolla (prod. Precize)
DOWNLOAD: Mickey Factz – Incredible [Instrumental]
Now it’s Cyph’s turn to jump on cats been calling it the underground “A Milli” “Who Shot Ya.” I’m almost half-tempted to jump into the booth and rhyme on this track myself.