Peep this Wrighterz Block promo video:
previous Spoke In Wordz "Right Now"
Archive for 07/01/2009 - 08/01/2009
We've been hyping this up for a bit, and today is the day for Quite Nyce's Hello, My Name Is Quite Nyce mixtape to drop. Cats like Q-Unique, Reef The Lost Cauze and others popped up for features, and its just a batch of that good 'ol Hip-Hop music. And how about Nyce was born in Trenton, NJ... like two or three streets over from where I grew up! Small fucking world, right?
And to be honest: when sites like 2DBz, WYDU, PIMB, Kevin Nottingham and RTD put our collective stamps on this... can you really deny it? 'Nuff respect to Unherd Digital for coordinating all of this.
DOWNLOAD Quite Nyce Hello, My Name Is Quite Nyce Mixtape
Don't forget, Through My Eyes, drops digitally on August 25th.
M-Dot ft. Jaysaun "The Real & The Raw" (prod. by Explizit One): Them EMS boys don't stop, do they? Here's a cut from M-Dot, featuring Special Teamz' Jaysaun, which has been catchin' a lot of burn ever since dropping on HipHopDX, and for good reason. This is the first single from M.usically D.riven O.ver T.ime, which is said to be dropping Winter 2009... so you should be comfy in knowing you've got some heat for the cold winter months!
Cable steps up this week for Free To Roam with a batch of new tunes, including Q-BiK's "My House" (did you check his DOA/Serato Mix?), some new bits from Caspa & Rusko and a dope mini mix of Dancehall!
Birdman Feat. Lil Wayne - Southside
Yung Joc Feat. Montana Da Mac & S.S. (Sporty) - Loud
Yung Joc Feat. Gorilla Zoe - Bottle Poppin'
Barrington Levy - Under Mi Sensi
Busy Signal - These Are The Days
Alchemist Feat. Three 6 Mafia & Juvenille - That's All Work
I Wayne - Can't Satisfy Her
Beenie Man - Romie
Serani - No Games
General Degree - Traffic Blocking
Monster Empire - Daggering
Elephant Man - Nuh Linga
Assassin Feat. Busy Signal - Line Fi Line
Unfinished Business Riddim (Version)
Puff Daddy & The Family - It's All About The Benjamins
Notorious B.I.G. - Unbelievable
Notorious B.I.G. - Who Shot Ya?
Jeru The Damaja - Come Clean
Big L - Ebonics
Jadakiss - Knock Yourself Out
Da Beatminerz Feat. Flipmode Squad & Vinia Mojica - Take That
DJ Fresh - Hypercaine (Nero remix)
High Rankin - No Money For Guns
Benga - 26 Basslines
Deadmau5 - I Remember (Caspa Remix)
Dizzee Rascal - Bonkers (Doorly Remix)
Caspa & Rusko - Power Shower
Joker & Ginz - Purple City
Joker - Do It
AzteQh - Behind Bars
Radikal Guru - Kingston Town
Rusko - Sound Guy Is My Target
Raven - I Come From
Mojo - Slowly Disappear
DJ Gero - Savate (Kazey N Bulldog Remix
Jackinori & Leon Dipace - All Good
Rico Tubbs - Hip Rave Anthem
Oh Snap! - High Top Fade
Oh Snap! - Bill Cosby Sweater
DJ Tameil - I Get Money
K.W. Griff - What Is It
Tomb Crew - Bigger Than
Sticky Feat. Stush - Dollar Sign
DJ Zinc - 138 Trek
Q-BiK - My House
Wizz ft. Cy Yung & Kool G Rap "The Recipe" (prod. by Centric): Here's the first leak from Centric's Alter Ego compilation, and nothing on this is a typo. This is the follow-up to Cen's Streetsoul album from 2008, and judging by this subtle banger, this should be one interesting project. They really do mix "the best that do it with the best that did it", you feel me?
J Rawls and John Robinson linked up to form JAY ARE, and their The 1960's Jazz Revolution Again project is both an ode to those classic Jazz sounds and "the culture that inspired progressive social/political movements as well as a vast array of cultural exploration".
1. Lesson From Trane, A
2. It’s Jay Are
3. Know U – Jay Are & Invizible Handz
4. Type Sounds
5. She’s So Brilliant – Jay Are & Rashad
6. 1960’s Jazz Revolution Again, The
7. Music Is Forever
8. Relax Ur Mind – Jay Are & Tiffany Paige
9. Shooting Smack – Jay Are & K Banger
10. 1 Of The Greatest
11. Jazz Unconditional
12. Love Me Good – Jay Are & Dominique Larue
13. Lee Morgan Story, The
14. We Make The Rules – Jay Are & Rashad/Tiffany Paige
This is out on iTunes on August 28th, and available on CD/2xLP on September 15th. Shouts to born free for hitting me with this.
5 O'Clock Shadowboxers "No Fury (Zilla Rocca Remix)": 5 O'Clock Shadowboxers = Zilla Rocca rapping over Doug Martin beats. I slept on their The Slow Twilight project, and just got into it over the last few weeks, so its refreshing to hear Zilla rework one of the tracks.
I'm hoping to work closer with the Beat Garden crew in the near future, so this is far from the last that you've heard from these cats. Actually, since Dom P was nice enough to lace this in the blast he sent...
Bonus Beats Has-Lo "How Do You Feel?" (prod. by DJ Soulclap)
N.O.R.E. ft. Raekwon "Face Off": @noreaga > this track. I don't know if its that sophmoric beat, or if its the unimaginative chorus, or claims that MTV made MTV3 for him (although he is 80 yards removed from Reggaeton), but this just doesn't work. Raekwon is lost in the sauce. You see how easy it is to lose interest in someone's project?
Shouts to 57th Ave for this.
Bonus Beats Raekwon Cuban Revolution Mixtape [via BGDB]
Profane is a talented producer who recently set up his Digital Wreka imprint to showcase some of his beats. His Illisauga EP is available now for purchase (CD & MP3), and I wanted to share the drop I did for the promo of the project:
Back like he stole something is the mighty Profane with a fresh five-tracker. If you can find an intro for any project that can top the sunrise-soundtrack that is “Stoned Love”, bring it on. Those string-lead stabs pair perfectly with some boastful horns, all falling atop some drumfunk-y Drum & Bass breakbeat pressure, sure to be the intro track to any forward-thinking DJ’s set. We get a re-touch on his “Ever Since” cut, which takes us on a bass-driven trek through some blaxploitation-era city streets. Sounds like the theme music for a modern day vigilante. The “v.808” re-rub of “Something Holdin’ Me Back” maintains the original’s throwback sound, while tightening up on other areas – all the while keeping you in that state of sullen paranoia. “Poisonous Swordz” thrives on a hybrid sound, combining pulsating beats with ‘Fane’s intoxicating use of vocal loops and a sick guitar snippet. Rounding things out is the heavy amen-pressure of “Illegal”, which will satisfy ANY fan of DnB’s most endearing sound. The Illisauga EP is Profane’s signature blend of Hip-Hop-soaked sample usage alongside breakneck beats, and should be a proper showcase for anyone who is looking for those dusty but digital riddims and finding nothing but cookie-cutter cornucopia’s of corny fodder in their record shops. Do yourself a favor and buy two copies: one for personal use, and another as a treat to an unsuspecting friend.
Here's the tracklist:
1. Profane - Stoned Love
2. Profane - Ever Since (Illisauga v.ersion)
3. Profane - Something Holdin' Me Back (v.808)
4. Profane - Poisonous Swordz
5. Profane - Illegal
I've also got a project where an ill Profane beat is featured. Keep it locked!
We here at RTD LOVE giving ish away for free. Quite Nyce must've been in that giving mood as well... he spent this weekend sorting out a massive prize package for one (1) lucky winner. Well, two - you and me. Confused? Let me explain...
What Quite has done is sort out a giveaway that will award the listener (who should always be rewarded) and the blogger/website that has been supporting him gets some unmentioned gifts, too (isn't that dope of him?)... All you have to do is answer five questions correctly, and send an e-mail, and you could win the following package:
Champs Vs The League T shirt
Quite Nyce & Raydar Ellis- Champs vs. The League LP
Quite Nyce's debut LP - PowerMoves
Quite Nyce- Nyce Like That 12" Vinyl (1st Vinyl)
Radix EP Vinyl
RADIx - Monstaplex LP
RADIx TV DVD (featuring Rakim, Immortal Techinique, Joell Ortiz, and more)
That's a pretty sick prize if you ask me! And I want to win one. So you better get this right!
Here's the list of five (5) questions that you need to figure out:
1. Name 5 other MCs Quite Nyce has collaborated
with over the years.
2. Who hosted the free RADIx Mixtape that was released
earlier this year?
3. What is the name of Quite Nyce's upcoming LP set to
release digitally August 25th?
4. What tracks has Quite Nyce leaked from his
upcoming mixtape, Hello, My Name is Quite Nyce, so far?
5. What city/state
does Quite Nyce currently represent?
When you figure these out, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Quite Nyce Quiz and the name of the blog you'd like to represent (so, if you'd like to rep rock the dub, your subject in the e-mail would be "Quite Nyce Quiz RockTheDub.com"). Simple, right? Well, get on it! If you've been paying attention, finding the info shouldn't be difficult. Do some research, Sherlock(s), and win yourself a fresh package.
NOTE This giveaway is only valid for US residents.
Danny! "Sloppy Joe, Pt. 2": Wow. The first part was about love... think EATING the sloppy joe. This part is more like preparing the sloppy joe - mashing the meat (pause?), really tearing it down and taking your aggression out before eating the delicious meal. That crooning gets me, but in this instance its more eerie. Damn, Danny!
Bonus Beats Danny! "Sloppy Joe, Pt. 1"
St. Joe Louis "Expensive Death" (prod. by Elete): As SJL prepares for their 30,000 ft High & Rising mixtape, they decided to throw out this cut that didn't make the cut. Interesting beat on this one - the piano in this one is captivating, and is a dope contrast to the spastic drums. If you're wondering what they mean by the title... just take 3 and a half to listen to the track. More to come from these cats, trust!
Bonus Beats Smif-n-Wessun "Wrekonize Part II"
Fake Shore Drive has uploaded the cassette sampler to No ID's classic Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album). "Fate Or Destiny" is one of my all-time favorite tracks, and that era of Hip-Hop was really the turning point for me in terms of where my head was at, and where it went, at the end of the millenium.
Che Grand "Gold Chains Part Deux (radio edit)": The radio rip of this dropped back in June, and Che leaked the radio edit of this the other day. You really should be working this into your rotation, as well as working up the scratch to cop Everything's Good Ugly on August 18th.
Bonus Beats Bekay ft. Swave Sevah "Torture Chamber" (prod. by Detroit Red)
Here's a fresh mix of classic Dilla jawns (coming from the producer angle, just how I like it) from the homey DJ Rasta Root. A lot of my favorites are on here, including Phat Kat's "Nobody Care About Us", Slum Village's "What Love Is", and Dilla's "Won't Do". Classics.
Gotta shout out DJ Vin Roc for passing this one on, and shouts to Flawless Hustle for the back cover.
DOWNLOAD DJ Rasta Root The Rest Of Dilla Vol. 1
01. Slaughterhouse - We Outta Here
02. Lloyd Banks - 80s Baby
03. DJ Kay Slay f. Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, Styles P, Bun B, Lloyd Banks, Papoose, Tony Yayo & Ray J - Heard Of Us
04. Inspectah Deck - DreamCatcher
05. DJ Paul (Of Three 6 Mafia) - Wanta Be Like You
06. Twista - Yo Love
07. T.I. - For Real
08. Cormega - Journey (prod. Large Pro)
09. DJ Kay Slay ft. Ray J, Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones & Plies - Blockstars
10. Crooked I, One-2 & Mykestro - 3 Emcees (prod. Komplex)
11. Young Buck - Breach Of Contract
12. Ya Boy - Heavy Metal f. Cik. Money
13. Brisco - Revenge
14. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Ft. Will.i.Am - Patron
15. Young Buck - Anticipating Prod. By Chris Noxx
16. Ray Cash - Certified f. Curren$y & Darren Anthony
17. Living Proofe - Rise (produced by Durban Poison)
You feelin' Living Proofe?
DJ Mighty Mi "Make Da Trap Say Rave": Here's a massive blend from Mighty Mi, flippin' OJ Da Juiceman's ignorant trap anthem into some certified club bangin' funk. Oddly enough, I wouldn't be able to fuck with the instrumental, but through some dopeboy nigga nonsense over it? I'm all for it. Christ.
Shouts to Miss Info for this one.
Peep that new mixtape from Bmore's PenDragon, featuring the homey Articulate and a bunch of other ill spitters, as well as beats from the mighty Rickie Jacobs. Oddly enough, I've been revisiting Season 3 of The Wire, so this will be good background music for that...
DOWNLOAD PenDragon Homerun King
Cayoz ft. Praverb "For The Love": P Viz just hit me with this cut from Cayoz' Mixed Vibes mixtape, with the two of them tacklin' the instrumental for Little Brother's "We Got Now". Good to hear P back in the studio after 8 months (!!!) off; he's contributing to a forthcoming RTD project, as well as a possible collabo jawn with Cayoz. Keep it locked!
Odd weekend - its always weird when my wife and my son are out of the house and I'm home. khal da homebody. Anyways, shouts to the heads who are making moves outside of the limelight. One of these days all of these projects will be seen and loved. Or liked alot.
- Ludacris & The Game "Pussy Monsters" (prod. by Scott Storch)
- DJ Kay Slay ft. Ray J, Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones & Plies "Blockstars" [Bonus Beats DJ Kay Slay ft. Sheek Louch, Styles P, Jadakiss, Bun B, Papoose, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks & Ray J "You Heard Of Us (Remix)"]
- Beanie Sigel ft. Freeway & Young Chris "Ready For War"
- Young Chris ft. Twista "Ride With Me"
- DJ Drama ft. Cam'ron, Rick Ross & Vado "Hustle"
- Joe Budden "No Comment" (prod. by J Cardim) [Bonus Beats Joe Budden "Clothes On A Mannequin" (prod. by J. Cardim)]
- Trey Songz ft. Drake "Successful"
- Luu Breeze "Murda (Serial Killa)" (prod. by Young Wonda)
- Vybz Kartel "Mo Bay Anthem"
- Kevin Cossom ft. Snoop Dogg "Relax" (prod. by Danja)
- Playaz Circle "Hold Up" [clean / dirty]
- Inspectah Deck "DreamCatcher"
- Danny! "Sloppy Joe, Pt. 1"
- DJ Honda ft. Sean Price "D.R.E.A.M."
- A&E "Little Young" (prod. by M-Phazes)
- Big Twins ft. Krondon "Smart Niggas" (prod. by The Alchemist)
- Singapore Kane ft. Big Shug "Mollywop"
- Keelay & Zaire ft. Slo Mo "Pimp Dreams"
- Vast Aire ft. Genesis "Battle Of The Planets"
- D.Black ft. Tiffany Wilson "Touch The Stars" (prod. by Jake One)
- Kam Moye "Step By Step" (prod. by D.R.)
- Fes Taylor & T-Bird "Blogger Nigga"
- Revalation "Got Til It's Gone '09"
- Deal The Villain "Dancin'"
- Jern Eye ft. Roc C & Nightclubber Lang "Blowin' Up" (prod. by DJ Vinroc)
- Spoke In Wordz "Right Now" (prod. by Kid Hum)
- Solomon Childs "Sometimes" (prod. by The RZA)
- A.R.M. ft. Supastition "I Shine"
- Caspa Narkz "My Buddy"
- Str8 Business "Black Superman Music"
- Jay-Z ft. Rihanna & Kanye West "Run This Town (DJ Ted Smooth Remix)" [Bonus Beats N.O.R.E. ft. Jim Jones & Nina Sky "Shoulders Move (DJ Ted Smooth Remix)"]
- Hudson Mohawke "Rising 5"
- RTD Presents Summer Sweat 2009
- Excess Bangers 38: BANG TIME!!!
- Cali Co-Op, Vol. 1 (Mixed By DJ Gabe Real)
- Take It Personal #23
- Verse Simmonds The Sex Tape Chronicles
- Emcees & Producers To Watch: From the States To Overseas Part 1
- Dub MD Presents Nametag Classic Cadence Vol. 2
- Shuko & DJ Concept Ecko Unlimited Edition, Vol 3
- Spec Boogie BLACKsummers'night
- MYX Music Label Presents The Official Illmind Remix Album
- DJ Cable - Free To Roam Show (Aug 9th 2009)
- Sheen Brothers Scumbag Funk Vol. 1
- Che Grand Everything's Good Ugly Sampler
- Trackstar the DJ & The Smoking Section Present Anger & Ambition: The Best Of Killer Mike
- FuseBox Radio (Week of August 12th, 2009)
- Myk Dyaleks The Butterfly Effect
Check out this freestyle from the Chef:
Raekwon "Blood On Chefs Apron Freestyle"
Enjoy your weekend. I think I might brown bag it a night or two. One!
The Brown Bag AllStars and Coalmine Records team up to bring you The Brown Bag AllStars "League Of Intoxicated Gentlemen" Remix Contest. Originally produced by Mr. Porter (Aftermath/D12), the opportunity is now yours to step up and tap out some heat! We will be picking 2 winners, 1 sample-based remix and 1 sample-free remix, both winners will be have their remixes officially released as a digital single through Coalmine Records. Click here to download the original version, acapella and rules/contest itinerary. All submissions are due no later than Monday, August 31st.
Myk Dylaeks of the Brokn.Englsh camp has a new mixtape for the masses: The Butterfly Effect, which is an ill title, considering his Chilla Than A Catipilla mixtape from last September. This project is entirely produced by the homey Deal The Villain, so expect some classic soundscapes thrown under dude's ill rhymes.
This will only be up for 12 hours, so grab it quick. Via B.E.'s blog.
Kam Moye "Step By Step" (prod. by D.R.): Here's another leak from another MYX Music artist. Kam Moye's Splitting Image album drops on October 27th, but you won't find this fire joint on it. I love how D.R. flipped the sample in the beat, and Kam attacks with fury. Word is Kam and D.R. got selected by Grey Goose Vodka as the North Carolina reps for their Rising Icons campaign. Congrats to them for that! Keep your ear to the grindstone for more info and leaks from Kam's album.
Spoke In Wordz "Right Now" (prod. by Kid Hum): Kid Hum's working on a new compilation entitled Wrighterz Block, showcasing his recent experiments in Logic production, as opposed to rockin' the MPC and his vinyl collection. This is a departure from Offshore Drilling, although Hum said he will include a few sample-based tracks. It's interesting to hear homey rock these beats, they have a definite bounce to them. Word is that the name of the project came from Spoke In Wordz, and it just made sense for this cut to be the first leak from it. Rock to this, and await more.
There's nothing more un-masculine then harping on how another man dresses - and capturing your conversation on video. Peep the irony of the first wepisode of "Swagg or Fagg":
I applaud them combating the tight pants shit, but really, "swagg" is the wrong term, no matter how "catchy" you think this shit is.
D.Black ft. Tiffany Wilson "Touch The Stars" (prod. by Jake One): Here's another track from D's Ali'Yah album. Dude's really got some skills - that MYX camp is no nonsense, nahmean? Props to Keelay for putting me onto dude, and audibletreats for the, um, audible treats!
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This is the latest episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of August 12, 2009 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul Music, news and commentary.
Our commentary this week focused on Hip-Hop "Beef" in the YouTube/UStream generation, the U.S. "Town Halls" about Health Care and how they're becoming a huge barometer of the issues people still have with race & class in this country, the passing of Eunice Kennedy Shriver (founder of the Special Olympics) and some other things here & there.
This week, we had in interview with independent Hip-Hop MC LuGuz (http://www.myspace.com/luguz).
Some of the topics that we covered with this talented perofrmer included his background in music and Hip-Hop, his influences, the latest LuGuz mixtape projects (The Rock Premier 1 & 2) & upcoming album, the New Jersey Hip-Hop scene, working as an independent MC in the internet age successfully and some more!
This week we don't have new Black Agenda Report segment due to the length of our interview. The Direct EFX segments will return at the end of the HBCU's college summer break period in September 2009.
Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of August 12, 2009 (in no particular order)
Poor Righteous Teachers feat. KRS-One/Conscious Style/White Label
DJ Honda feat. Mos Def/Magnetic Arts/DJ Honda Recordings
Willie The Kid/Aviation/Aphilliates Music Group & Embassy Entertainment
The Meters/Here Comes the Meter Man/White Label
Michael Jackson/ABC (Salaam Remi RMX)/Motown
Whitney Houston/Million Dollar Bill/J Records
Lil’ Dave/Cafe Cubana/Record Breakin' (http://www.recordbreakin.com)
Freeway/Old 2 The New/Free Money
Georgia Ann Muldrow/Roses Pt. 2/E1
Wayne Wonder/Back Biters (Move Star Riddim)/VP Records
Slaughterhouse feat. Fatman Scoop/Onslaught 2/E1
LuGuz/Piece of Your Fame/LuguzMusic, Starscream Productions & Eastwick Records (http://www.myspace.com/luguz)
KRS-One & Buckshot feat. DJ Revolution/Survival Skills/Duckdown
LuGuz/Hands On The Wall/LuguzMusic, Starscream Productions & Eastwick Records (http://www.myspace.com/luguz)
Pitbull/Calle Ocho (DJ Pistelero RMX)/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/djpistolero)
Mary J. Blige/Stronger (inst.)/Geffen
Scientific The Rap God/Boomerang (inst.)/Life Music Group
DJ Jazzy Jeff/We Live In Philly (inst.)/BBE
Jay-Z/Heart of the City (inst.)/Rocafella & Def Jam
PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and more MySpace.com Independent Music Finds
Current FuseBox Radio Broadcast Radio & Internet Affiliates (as of this week):
UrbanNetwork.com's The Mix Internet Radio Station - UN Power Jam Radio (owned by Urban Network Magazine) OKRP.com, ReeWineMusic.com/ReeWine Radio, Progressive Blend Radio, Sprint Radio Extra/mSpot (via the Worldwide Alpha Communications Network), SouthBound.FM, DeadBeat Radio, CrackAudio.com, TheBestJams.com/The Best Jams Radio, FlyTunes.FM/FlyCast ,Planet Urban (Austrailia)/PlanetUrban.com.au, AmalgamDigital.com, BlockJams.com, ConspiracyUK.com , FONYE Radio , VI Radio , DurdeeSouthRadio.com , Beyond.FM , MyBlockRadio.net, Rutgers University Radio, WRSU 88.7 FM, Stop Beefin' Start Eatin' Radio, Ceesiety Radio, Mixshow Blast Radio, Slip-N-Slide DJs Podcast, The Best Jams, ExtravaGangsta Radio, HipHopSoulRadio.com , Digiwaxx Presents: The Blast , White Folks Get Crunk for DJs, Legion Music & Media, UnderWorldMixRadio.com, MixLaWax Radio, Trunk Hustlers Online, 907 Jamz. The6.FM, Nilo Radio, 1.FM Jamz, Blayze University Radio, Blip.TV, iBlog126.com, Miro, WSOUF.com, True Fire Radio, StreetsD.com (Streets Mos Magazine Radio), Rock The Dub, Last Word Online, Soul Pitch Hustle, Black Soul Rhythms, Honey Magazine, i95.FM, The PRess Junkie, BlackCoffeeChannel.com (Coming Soon), Gutta Muzik (HD) Radio (Coming Soon)
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Trackstar and The Smoking Section have linked up for another best of mixtape, this time showcasing the illness that is Killer Mike (who also hosts the tape). No "Two Sides", but its probably better that way.
DOWNLOAD Trackstar the DJ & The Smoking Section Present Anger & Ambition: The Best Of Killer Mike
N.O.R.E. ft. Jim Jones & Nina Sky "Shoulders Move (DJ Ted Smooth Remix)": I've been messing with the resurgence of Ted Smooth remixes since Cipha Sounds blew up Ted's "Blame It" blend earlier this year. I loved the original "Shoulders Move", and this '90s-leanin' flip has me buggin' out in my cubicle. I'm gonna have to get a lil liquored up and get my groove on to this.
Shouts to Splash.
Bonus Beats Jay-Z ft. Rihanna & Kanye West "Run This Town (DJ Ted Smooth Remix)"