It’s here folks! Shout out to Mick Boogie for putting together this incredible mixtape (for free). You can should also purchase a special edition where all proceeds will be donated to the J. Dilla Foundation. Also be sure to check out the exclusive interview with Busta Rhymes & Mick Boogie by my man Jake Paine over at HipHopDX. Interesting read for sure. UPDATE: I figured today would be as good a day as any to re-up and bring this dope mixtape back to the top.
Splash just shot off a remix to Sauce Money’s Get That Paper featuring Kiss & Busta. So I’ll post that before I bounce foreals. Also, a track that I was debating on posting for the simple fact that it came from this homo that claims he stole Rhymefest’s iPod and will be leaking joints off the album every week until something comes from Fest. With that being said, I’ll link to a stream. I’m sure someone else will post an .mp3. Enjoy!
The Hollywood by way of Louisiana duo drops another single off their upcoming long player, Remind Me In 3 Days, in stores this October. Funny side note: why is everyone in California making fun of this 5.8 5.4 earthquake, including Shake & I?
In between sending mass amounts of Incredible freestyles, Mickey just shot us a new mixtape from GFCNY x Garbege featuring music from Chester French, KiD CuDi, Theophilus London, Mickey Factz, Fresh Daily, Melo-X and more.
Here goes some footage of The Clipse on Green Lantern’s Invasion Radio. So what are people’s thoughts of the Re-Up Gang album? Are ya’ll disappointed with the reused verses and whatnot? Or do you just except it for the original production?
Two Crooked I related joints within the hour? I’m not complainin. My man Mickey just shot me this remake of the classic King Tee’s Played Like a Piano with Ice Cube & MC Breeze. This new version now features Crooked I, Bishop Lamont and Stylistic Jones and will be on DJ Rev‘s upcoming album, King of the Decks (September 16 x Duckdown Records). There’s a small promo drop and fades out towards the end but it’s still worth posting!