Archive for June, 2008
“Euro” Naledge going in over in the UK.
The homie Scheme of the Molemen camp is working on his upcoming album, but he’s nice enough to drop a freebie album prior to his official release. This track is from the said freebie album. Let’s score one for the kids!
Scheme – “Never Say” (Prod. by Dario)
Yoinked from DosDopeBoyz
I know yesterday
Eskay deemed Nation deemed Chicago artists “The New Pac” since so much unreleased material has been coming to light lately, seemingly out of nowhere. Does that mean we’ve jumped the proverbial shark? Well?
Here’s another unreleased jawn for your listening pleasure, from Bump J’s criminally shelved (I’m talking to you Atlantic!) debut album, Nothing to Lose – The “Pusha Man” Remix. Produced by Kanye, featuring Kanye, Keyshia Cole and Rhymefest.
I know there’s another version floating around that features GLC, and I’m sure Boogz will liberate that soon.
“Go to war like Bush for change, mayne, I’m the pusha mayne, mayne I’m the pusha mayne”
Bump J feat. Kanye West, Keyshia Cole & Rhymefest – “Pusha Man (Remix)”
Here’s another joint from Mass Hysteria’s Chicago Underworld Vol. 3 album. Mike Treese and Gee-Field go over some classic Chicago beats right here, and truly represent the Windy City on this one. I’m sure most of you can name all the beats they rock over, but there’s one tricky one that you may not know. Whoever can correctly identify gets 1000 bonus points (what a deal!). Anyhoo, make sure to run out and cop that Mass Hysteria Chicago Underworld Vol.3 album – it’s filled with a lot of heat.
Mass Hysteria – “Chi-Town Shit (Remix)”
The amount of unreleased Lupe material that’s coming to light is just ridiculous. And trust me, there’s so much more. Boogz just threw this one up over at his site and I had to swipe. Wasalu gets his “Go, Go Gadget Flow” on with this one – he’s definitely on his Westside shit. Produced by DJ Marbll
So earlier in the week I put out an APB on 90’s Chicago hip-hopper and missing person, Fully G, who released the “There She Goes Again” 12″ in 1994. I absolutely loved this song way back, but I’ve heard nothing from him since . I decided it was time to try and hunt down Fully G, for closure, of course. A quick Google search turned up absolutely nothing on Fully G. I mean not even a picture or a mention of the 12″. Fully G isn’t even the phonebook – believe me, I checked.