Archive for August, 2010
Directed by Ike Films
I can’t believe this day has come as GLC’s “Clockin’ Lotsa Dollarz” video has finally dropped. This track and video mean a lot to me as this was something GLC let me become involved in over a year ago – not to mention this video shoot was the very first time I ever met the legendary Bun B (and my video partner in crime Brandon “N2ition” Riley).
I know there has been a lot of speculation, but yes, the track (and video) actually feature the real Sir Mix-A-Lot, which was no small feat (imagine having to track down Mr. “Put Em On The Glass”). Chicago-beatsmith, Xcel (who you can find as a security guard in the clip), produced the track, which fits Gangsta L and the Trill O.G. perfectly. Kanye West later came on board to co-produce the track and add his, as GLC calls it, Pimp Glitter to the mix.
Naledge links with DJ MoonDawg for Twentysomething, a collection of all new music in celebration of his Twentysomethingth birthday on September 10th. The project features Naledge alongside some of his dopest peers in the industry including Freddie Gibbs, Mikkey Halsted, GLC, Willie The Kid, Murs, Skyzoo and Big Pooh.
Shouts to all the Twentysomething’s out there. Your 10 years is about up. Ha!
Hit the jump for the tracklist and flyer for this Birthday celebration (sponsored by Belvedere) at Lumen on Friday September 10th.
Update: New Naledge track “Make It Happen” below as well…
A day after the late, great MJ’s birthday, producer Tall Black Guy drops Tall Black Guy vs. Michael Jackson, a collection of chopped, flipped, remixed and sampled beats from the King of Pop’s tenure. Tall picked his favorite MJ tracks and had his way with them and you can tell a lot of thought and hard work went into this.
Download link after the jump…
Chip Tha Ripper feat. Chuck Inglish, Big Sean, Dom Kennedy, Asher Roth & Boldy James – Fat Raps (Remix)
This is the remix. Chip recruits an all star lineup of up-and-comers for this gem. Chuck Inglish on the beat. Gift Raps (Chuck + Chip) coming shortly. Tagless CDQ available after the jump.
“Cause when it’s on, joe it’s on, there’s no off switch”
Broadway Streetz just blessed me with the first leak off PHLI Music Vol. 2, his second collaborative effort with Dave Jeff and the PHLI brand.
Mikk absolutely blacks out over this Tye Hill production, that flips “Groovin”. And if you can’t respect that, your whole perspective is wack.
Big shouts to Broadway Streetz and the Nance Boyz.
Mikkey Halsted – Nance Boyz (Prod. by Tye Hill)