Archive for October, 2011
Leaving Cook County? Welp, better have that “Outta Town Connect” locked in. Don’t get caught out there.
Chella tells me she has a new project in the works, so expect something from the First Lady soon.
Halloween is gearing up to be rather spooky this year, as we have L.E.P. Bogus Boys’ Now Or Neva as well as Freddie Gibbs’ Cold Day In Hell dropping.
Today we got our hands on Gangsta Gibb’s tracklist, and a peak into who is featured on the project. Freeway, Sly Polaroid, Young Jeezy, Will Scrilla, Juicy J and 2 Chainz all make appearances. I’m ready for hell to freeze over. See you monday.
Barely M.A.D.E. It
Rob Me A Nigga f/ Alley Boy
Anything To Survive f/ Freeway & Sly Polaroid
2’s & Fews f/ Young Jeezy
Gotta Let Ya Nuts Hang f/ Scrilla
Let ‘Em Burn
My Homeboy’s Girlfriend
PSA 2 (Pussy So Amazin)
Str8 Slammin f/ Juicy J
Menace II Society f/ Dom Kennedy
Neighborhood Hoes f/ 2 Chainz
Heaven Can Wait
Shawnna unleashes her hip-hop version of “Thriller” just in time for Old Hallows Eve. AHH just dropped the full mini-movie/extended version. The clip was directed by Raphah Anderson and produced by Shawnna.
Look for Shawanna’s new mixtape, Tales From The Crypt, coming soon. Spooky.
Two of Chicago’s hottest link for a new single entitled “Insane.” This joint was recorded after YP’s Still Awake dropped, but it was just too dope to sit on. If you’ve seen Rockie or YP perform recently, then you’ve no doubt heard it live.
Download YP’s Still Awake now, and be on the lookout for Rockie’s Driving 88. Dirty and clean down below. Ayo!
Yesterday, Big K.R.I.T. was in Chicago for the Smokers Club Tour, and while in the city, he and DJ Wally Sparks dropped by WGCI’s Coca Cola Lounge to converse with fans and sit down for an interview with DJ MoonDawg.
K.R.I.T. talks about getting T.I. “Flexin” and how the record came about, he also talks about the new Ludacris record he’s featured on, and how it feels to be an in-demand producer and featured artist.
K.R.I.T. also says his debut album Live From The Underground will be dropping at the very top of the year, and the push back was due to sample clearances and a very special guest feature “that no one will expect.” Oh, and he also goes in depth about the Pimp C comparisons. A very insightful interview…