Archive for October, 2010
The good folks over at Ruby Hornet caught up with Kidz In The Hall to talk about their new album tentatively titled Death By Day Job. Always good to hear that Naledge and Double O are hard at work on new material. Let’s hope we hear a little something something real soon.
Directed by SeeOurVision and Produced By DJ Ozone
Off JDott’s The Trife Effect due out in 1Q11
A few weeks ago, I told you about Jaycee, a friend of FSD who I was going to be partnering with to release some strictly-Chi projects. Our first collabo was the PsychoDrama – The Suave House Years album and now we’re ready to unleash the second installment…Crucial Conflict’s Finally Let In Chicago Terror.
I’ll let Jaycee explain:
Fake Shore Drive and Jaycee team up again with their latest Crucial Conflict project. Chicago residents along with the rest of the world have been listening to and smokin’ on hay with these brothers since the mid ’90’s. It is safe to say Crucial Conflict are legends in Chicago and hold a pivitol position in Chicago hip hop.
While fans have not heard much new material over tha past years from these brothers, their presence is forever present. This album is a dedication to Crucial Conflict and the work they have contributed to the industry for over a decade. Download the album, roll through the city streets, and rest assure, we have Finally Let In Chicago Terror.
Hit the jump for Tracklist and DL link…
Cover art for Lungz: Buried Alive. Coming soon.
You’ve seen the super dope video, now download the Don P-produced single to add to your Lungz catalog. Slap yourself if you don’t.
We’ll also have a brand new Lungz banger dropping Monday, so stay tuned for that.
For those who’ve been waiting MONTHS for a taste of what The Perfect Storm sounds like (remember I did my first preview back in June), we finally have some snippets for you. In addition to said snippets, I also have the two separate and final tracklistings for you – both Best Buy and iTunes/Amazon have separate lineups. The Best Buy physical version is bigger and bulkier containing 16 tracks. Talk about incentive to get your ass out to the store.
Hit the jump for both tracklists and album snippets. I’m not gonna lie…”Darkness” already has me on 10.
Gangsta Gibbs enlists two BCC veterans for the remix to his hit “The Ghetto”
Off Rap Radar’s The Best Mixtape Ever hosted by DJ Drama and Green Lantern
Halloween just got a lot spookier…
I’d recently heard this was going down, but now it’s officially official – Don’t Feed Da Killaz Vol. 3 is now a sanctioned Gangsta Grillz release. Apparently, Drama was so impressed with the Bogus Boys material, movement and buzz, that he offered to jump down on the project. Young Jeezy-associate, DJ Folk, will also be anchoring the project.
Things just got turned up a notch.
Who was the last Chicago artist with a Gangsta Grillz? Bump?