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1 March, 2010 10:58 pm

The latest from the Jeezy’s much anticipated Thug Motivation 103 is about alcohol-induced amnesia which of course leads to a menage a trois and shameless balling, ‘house stupid dumb big, my rooms got rooms” (The Recession was the LAST album). Cool song but it falls short compared to monster singles from previous efforts. Might also [cont.]

1 March, 2010 2:55 pm

It’s like the 90′s again when you hear Jojo Pellegrino spit. On “Devastate” he takes you on a journey through the streets, the cipher, the industry, and even Haiti. Producer Frank Dukes also does his thing, creating a fresh blend of creeping bass lines and sped-up vocals. Look forward to that Hurricane Pelly mixtape and [cont.]

27 February, 2010 7:47 am

Not sure who produced this joint but I wouldn’t be surprised if it dictated the subject matter. When you hear those guitars, you’ll want to reminisce. When you hear the songstress blessing the hook with that Motherly vibe, you’ll want to shed a tear. Lyrically, all three emcees come correct and spit with a lot [cont.]

27 February, 2010 7:17 am

If there’s a category of music made spefically for the headphones, there’s definitely room for that stadium status. The line up for The Crowd Control Tour (Kidz in the Hall, 88 Keys, Donnis, and Izza Kizza) drop a posse cut before their first spot in New York this weekend. While these verses aren’t their best, [cont.]

22 February, 2010 4:18 am

“It’s been a mufuckin’ minute niggas, how you been?” Ironically, the Hip Hop Frosty, Young Jeezy, decides to make his return during the last few days of Winter. The new track is called “Trap or Die 2 Reloaded” and is a departure from his usual formula as he spits three minutes of straight trap muzik, [cont.]

18 February, 2010 11:23 pm

Devin the Dude might be the only rapper who can make a motivational weed song. On his latest track “What I Be On” he rhymes “I stay on my Ps and Qs” with “I stay on my weed and booze”. Oxymoron or just another man’s way of doing things? Either way, the quirky Reggie Coby [cont.]

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