Archive for 2013
01. DJ Cable Feat. Lazlow - Intro
02. Kanye West Feat. King L - Send It Up
03. A$AP Mob Feat. Method Man & A$AP Nast - Trillmatic
04. Gangrene - Bassheads
05. Tyga Feat. Rick Ross - Dope
06. Caleb James - 6am
07. Nipsey Hussle - Change Nothing
08. Uncle Murda - Do Sumthin
09. Yo Gotti Feat. Young Jeezy & YG - Act Right
10. YG - I'm A Real One
11. Major Lazer - Bubble Butt
12. Sage The Gemini - Red Nose
13. Action Bronson - Strictly 4 My Jeeps
14. Easy Redd - Let My Gun Go
15. Problem Feat. Glasses Malone - Say That Then
16. Trinidad James - All Gold Everything (Remix) [2 Chainz Verse]
17. DJ Snake Feat. Alesia - Bird Machine
18. Yellow Claw - DJ Turn It Up
19. DJ Snake Feat. Lil Jon - Turn Down For What
20. TWRK - BaDINGA!
21. P Money - Round The Clock
22. Vinny Cha$e Feat. D&D - 100
23. Busta Rhymes Feat. Q-Tip, Kanye West & Lil Wayne - Thank You
24. Meek Mill - Levels
25. Future - Shit
26. Que - OG Bobby Johnson
27. Krept & Konan - Don't Waste My Time
28. Schoolboy Q - Man Of The Year
29. Drake Feat. Jay Z - Pound Cake
30. Quasimoto - Brothers Can't See Me
31. Lil Snupe - Melo
32. Joey Bada$$ - Sweet Dreams
33. Dizzy Wright Feat. SwizZz - The Flavor
34. CAS - All Hallows
35. Meek Mill - Hip Hop
36. Pusha T - Numbers On The Boards
37. J. Cole - Let Nas Down
38. YG Feat. Young Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan - My N***a
39. Big Sean - Control [Kendrick Lamar Verse]
40. [WEAZEL NEWS SKIT]
41. Denzel Curry Feat. Yung Simmie & Robb Bank$ - Threatz
42. Remy Banks Feat. Bodega Bamz - GLDCHN
43. A$AP Ferg Feat. A$AP Rocky - Shabba
44. A$AP Ferg - Shabba (Remix) [Shabba Ranks Verse]
45. Lil Durk - Dis Ain't What U Want
46. DJ Khaled Feat. Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne - No New Friends
47. Lil Wayne Feat. Future - Love Me
48. Rocko Feat. Rick Ross & Future - U.O.E.N.O.
49. Kenrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Schoolboy Q & Jay Rock - U.O.E.N.O. (Black Hippy Remix)
50. French Montana - Ain't Worried About Nothin'
51. Jay Z Feat. Rick Ross - FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt
52. A$AP Ferg - Work
53. Ace Hood Feat. Future & Rick Ross - Bugatti
54. Travi$ Scott Feat. Meek Mill - Bandz
55. Migos Feat. Drake - Versace (Remix)
56. YP Feat. King L - Rub-A-Dub
57. Future Feat. Casino - Karate Chop
58. Curren$y Feat. Trademark - Coolie In The Cut
59. Piff Gang - It's Pizzy
60. Rich Homie Quan - Some Type Of Way
61. Ash Catch'Em - Candy In My Drink
62. Danny Brown - Dip
63. Waka Flocka Flame - Obituary
64. Young Scooter - Colombia
65. Jay Z - Tom Ford
66. Danny Brown - Handstand
67. Cam'ron Feat. T.I. & Yo Gotti - Jungle
68. King Louie - I'm In It
69. A$AP Rocky - R Cali
70. Kanye West - New Slaves
71. Tinie Tempah Feat. 2 Chainz - Trampoline
72. Baauer & Just Blaze - Higher
73. Juicy J Feat. A$AP Rocky - Scholarship
74. Schoolboy Q Feat. Kendrick Lamar - Collard Greens
75. Joe Budden Feat. Tank, Fabolous & Twista - She Don't Put It Down Like You (Remix)
76. Chance The Rapper Feat. Childish Gambino - Favourite Song
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas! Emilio is joined once again by Michael “The Prof” Bongiorno and Carg. The trio catches up after along time apart, and discuss a slew of topics both big and small. Christmas is about spending time with your friends and family, so spend your Christmas with your friends, the Experience Family.
The Combat Jack Show: The Elliott Wilson, Danyel Smith, B.Dot ‘Rap Radar’ “Eff Your Holiday” Episode
Via Mad Decent.
Bone Thugs – Carol of the Bones
Snoop Doggy Dogg – Santa Claus goes to the ghetto
Yazoo – Only You
Dipset – Dipset Xmas Time
Mavis Staples – Christmas Vacation Theme
Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas
Mike Jones – Sewed Up
RUN DMC – Christmas in Hollis
Wham – Last Christmas
Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmas Time
Via TheCombatJackShow: "Is a Duck Down event a sausage fest? Do they get chicks? It’s greater than that as Buck Shot, Tek and General Steel share their days of running with Tupac, how Duck Down almost signed Eminem, how Buck is doing way more than music and how he’s got the answers. They also speak on Hot 97 and share some choice words for program director Ebro Darden. Also, wifey Unbelievable Kim stops by and talks about her “controversial” classic song “Santa Claus Is A Black Man”."
If you didn't make it to the Black Friday 2 release party in November, you don't own that disc. If you don't own that disc, you won't be ready for Black Collar Biz' High Grade Artistry. If you're not ready for High Grade Artistry, what are you really doing with your life? To attempt to get you back in order, I got back on mine and uploaded track #2 from the project, featuring BCB rocking over what should be a VERY familiar sample, coasting and roasting those who are... lackluster. Lots of gems thrown in here, and I'm hoping someone who might be wanting to make a change but don't know how can be invigorated by this one. If you're straggling? Pick ya feet up.
Daniel Joseph (or Espee to me because fuck that I'm old) and Sol Zalez go back; the Jersey artists have a history that goes back 17 years. Jokers are a part of the later development of the Jersey hip-hop scene, and to get a new tune from these two - even if it's "just a demo" is some shit you need to put your ears on... righ tnow.
It's legit been two years since I first heard this track, and I'm finally hearing it in full for the first time. The first time I saw Joey rock live, he performed this. Been waiting for this ever since. Word is he has an album on the way, and I can only hope that a) this track is on it and b) it sounds as dope as "The Jungle!"
The first official release form Biz' brilliant Black Friday 2.
Hopefully you're tuning into Side-B Radio with the homey Phil Jackson WPRB Sunday nights, 5PM to 7PM. Phil puts on for Jersey, and the hip-hop world in general, and I respect the hell out of the work he puts in. It's not often that I get interviewed, but when he hit me up to come on the show and speak about what I do, I had to talk with him. It's not crazy long, but I got to speak about RTD and a few things we have going on, what's GONE on, and some of the stuff I've been doing with Complex. Big up to Phil always, and I'm hoping that 2014 can see us put some of these wheels into motion.
And for those paying attention, here's the promo for Black Friday 2:
Armand Hammer = Elucid and billy woods. Their album, RACE MUSIC, is set to drop on October 22. It's fucking serious hip-hop music. No smiles. "Shark Fin Soup" is the first bit from it, and is produced by Messiah Musik.To get you properly introduced, check out Half Measures.
Via TheCombatJackShow: "King Asiatic Nobody’s Equal. It’s not every day we get to sit with a legend. Kane goes deep with his history, what he thinks about Mr. Cee, how he produced the majority of ‘Long Live The Kane’ with no credits, how Doug E Fresh taught him how to rock the crowd, how some cats from The Juice Crew wasn’t fuxin with him, how he really wanted to battle KRS-One, what Madonna smells like, how he shopped a young Jay Z with no success, why he started wearing purple silks and such… This one is a marathon, but with Kane, ain’t no half steppin’."
Damn, I definitely fucked up by not getting my cameo on in this one.
Via TheCombatJackShow: "Spike Lee talks about the controversy behind his Kickstarter campaign, the ills of gentrification in his beloved Brooklyn, his relationship with Mike Tyson, why Halle Berry is the actor he’s most proud of putting on, why he still hasn’t seen ‘Django Unchained’, his instrumental role in making Jordans the hottest sneaker ever made, what ever happened to Matty Rich, why Michael Jordan now wears mom jeans, how his movies (like his upcoming ‘Old Boy’) is getting bloodier, and a whole lot of other ish. It’s easy to take this man for granted, but looking at the impact he’s had on our culture, we gotta do the right thing and give Mars Blackmon his props.
Support Spike Lee’s Kickstarter for his new flick here."
I missed the homey Hustle performing this, but we got to say peace. One humble, talented emcee right here.
I posted my BlackBerry cam footage of the second song in their set (I believe). Here's some more footage from Collar and the Kings. Amazing.
If anyone knows the name of the b-boy who performed during his set, let a homey know!
See, some experiences aren't experiences until they're experienced. Being able to be with my people, taking in the sights and sounds of another Jersey Fresh Jam? You can't put it into words. It's just an amazing time with a creative group of amazing New Jerseyans. From all of the talented graffiti artists (who did everything from painting Hunter S. Thompson to Game of Thrones characters) to the talented acts like Black Collar Biz and the Blackout Kings, Molly Rhythm, Skrewtape (who hit me with a copy of his Skumbag Millionaires album), DEMO, and many others getting on the stage and showing the enormous talent that's housed within the 609 area code. I didn't get to build with EVERYONE I wanted to, but that's for another time. There's just something in the air when NJ hip-hop family gets together.
I won't take too much of your time; I'll let these pictures do the talking. Here is my collection of shots from the Jam, as well as the awesome pics from V2Gphotography (whattup, Venomous?!?!). After the jump, I have (Blackberry) video from the Black Collar Biz and Biz Mighty performances. If I see more, I'll post more. UPDATE Here's the Trentonian's piece on the Jam.