In part one of HHR‘s Blackout 2013 documentary, Chuck D shares his early opinion on Kanye West, Crooked I speaks on the possibility of a Slaughterhouse/Black Hippy collaboration, Joe Cool kicks a freestyle and more.
On the day before 2013, the NewLA representative dropped off his latest project. And since I was taking a break from the internet and enjoying life with my friends and family I’m only getting around to posting now. Either way, the music is dope and should be on everyone’s playlist. Take a listen after the jump and download at will.
Proph links up with NewLA’s Joe Cool to share their experiences growing up where the brand of your sneakers and clothing define your social acceptance. Something I’m totally oblivious to, as I’ve rocked Chucks damn near my whole life and I’ve never understood the infatuation with overpriced kicks. *shrugs…
For no real reason, the NewLA native tackles a Scarface classic as we wait for his Drivers Ed project to drop next month.
DOWNLOAD: Joe Cool – Pray f. Art Andrews (prod. Pe$o Piddy)
With his next project Driver’s Ed w/ DJ Skee on the way, Joe Cool gets some things off his chest.
The Louisiana native is back at it with another cut that’s sure to wrangle in a few new fans.
DOWNLOAD: Joe Cool – NewLA (prod. Pe$o Piddy)
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