The 2008ighties spitkicker links up with Swiff D for the latest single off his upcoming Too Broke Tape.
The man behind countless hits from the likes of Pac Div, Phonte, Talib Kweli and more seems to be in a giving mood today. Hitting me late last night with his new instrumental project in thoughts to share to the dopeboyz/girlz. Do yourself a favor and hit the jump for the tracklist/download link for Swiff D‘s latest batch of instrumental good’ness.
Track #4 off GMB out Nov. 27.
This is a welcome surprise today. Hopefully this means a new Pac Div project will come soon also.
Directed by Kenneth Price.
You should know by now that whenever David Banner drops something, the title has little to do with the actual song content. Check out this track co-produced by Pac Div’s go-to beatsmith, and bee sure to check out David’s new project The Make Believe Album coming soon.
Some new Pacific Division, presumably off their upcoming project Mania. I’m digging their bounce-laden sound as of late (see “Don’t Forget The Swishers”).
The man behind some of your favorite Pac Div joints (as well as Jadakiss, Dipset, Anthony Hamilton, Method Man & Redman, etc) has decided to let loose of an instrumental album for y’all to vibe with. Up and coming emcees recording to these, be sure to send to Meka.
Tracklist + Download link after the jump…
If all goes to plan… we will be hearing the trio’s debut album, Grown Kid Syndrome, on October 12th. We all know what these guys are capable of doing with the mixtapes, so it’s going to be interesting to see how they bring it with an album. I’m expecting great things though. Shouts to Swiff D, the group’s in-house producer, on the info.
Next week TiRon is dropping his new mixtape, Ketchup. Which will serve as a catch up for you sleeping folk. Featuring older songs that you may or may not have heard. Like this joint for instance. Recorded 4years back and produced by Swiff D. After Ketchup, be on the lookout for his all new material mixtape, Handshakes and Pounds 2.