As promised, DJ Skizz comes through with his mixtape, Kings from Queens, a prelude to the full length LP, B.Q.E. (Boston Queens Equation). Features by some QB OGs, including Big Twin, Nutso, Big Noyd, Meyhem Lauren, Ty Nitti, CNN, Killa Sha (RIP) and more, with production by Skizz. Tracklist and download after the jump.
I believe this dropped a few days ago but fuck it… it’s fitting as I’m currently in NY right? Queens squares off with Brooklyn as the recent dopehouse resident (K. Sparks) takes on the Jay-Z clone (Angelous).
Tracklist + Download link after the jump…
- Blame it on Shake | November 21, 2008 | Comments Off
In part 2 of their interview, Pharoahe speaks on his top 5 lyricists, what he thinks about Barack Obama and why it is that Queens produces such great MC’s.
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Eskay and his YouTube Subscription gutter’ness, dropped the lesser quality version I uploaded to earlier. Here is the original quality version thanks to Vimeo’s far superior video player. Damn you es, stealing the thunder! Also, hit the jump for Vegas’ promo on his Generation Gap 2: The Prequel project and some performances.
- Blame it on Shake | March 28, 2008 | Comments Off
Nas opens up about the new album. Reveals a few “interesting” song titles and revels in the depth of the project.
“I have a song called the ‘Fear.’ The full title of the record is ‘The Fear of the Black Man’s Dick.’ That’s some shit you can get comedy [from], or you can get some seriousness from it when you talk about the barbaric castrations that happened in our past … which is very serious, nothing to laugh at.” - Nas
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