GLC digs in the vault and dusts off more footage from the College Dropout-era. This time around, we get a look at a live performance of “Spaceship” during Kanye’s College Dropout tour in 2004. GL says:
This was our 1st show at House of Blues in Los Angeles. It was 2004, we were on the biggest tour of our lives & the great people of Los Angeles embraced our concept. Don C was our DJ, E Bass was on the bass, John Legend was on the keys & vocals, Ibn was on aid & assistance, Gee Roberson was on stage, Deray Davis was on hype mode & the crowd was on 10. Along with this incredible cast of characters, Kanye, Consequence & I spread the gospel to the congregation. We had a minor difficulty with the sound but the ism prevailed. The College Dropout 10 years in. Thank you for growing with us.
This is so dope. Hopefully, GL shares more footage like this from his stash. Peep the clip above.
One thing I do miss in 2014 are GLC’s hilarious tour vlogs, so I’m happy he’s bringing them back to life on the tenth anniversary of Kanye’s The College Dropout. In the early days of FSD, GL used to drop lots of classic and hilarious footage, but this one is definitely a crown jewel. Filmed during The College Dropout Tour, GLC gets into a heating battle with a sleeping John Monopoly and Don C. This is vintage GLC right here, and some comic relief on the 10 year b-day of one of the most classic hip-hop albums ever.
We were on the European leg of the College Dropout Tour, had a few drinks & green & got to ridin’! It’s been 10 years & it seems like it was yesterday. Mrs. West was the nucleus & the most honorable & we miss her! In all, I’ve learned that time has wings so just enjoy the flight.
Produced by KJS Beats
GL links with MG and Cheri for a tale of creeping, double timing, lies and love. Shit gets deep. Watch the story unfold in the video above entitled “Anita.”
Today, Really Doe returns with a brand new joint featuring his longtime ace, GLC, and they speak to the entire congregation with their “Ghetto Gospel.” Their sermon is exquisite, so get some Sunday School on a Wednesday with their latest offering above.
Produced by Nick Kage & Ill Brown
Hey! Mpulse turns 22 today, and that’s The Reason why he’s releasing this new collabo with Gangsta L. Crisis. Wish Pulse a happy birthday when you see him in the streets today, and be on the lookout for a slew of new material in the 2014. Many more, brother.
Produced by Mr. Live
Every king needs a queen to accompany, but once thy queen gets to acting up, the king hits the bricks. Mind your p’s and q’s and do remember: you’re gonna miss him when he’s gone. Check out the latest from The Ism below.
Directed by Terrence A. Jones. Produced by Cardo.
Some spend their Christmas day at the Church, but I highly recommend you spend some time getting Cathedralfied. It feels so good. It’s a way of life.
As promised, GLC delivers his brand new project with producer Mr. Live. The Ism gives everyone over fifteen new records on Ism Churchill, which includes collaborations with Wais P, YP, King Chip, Raheem DeVaughn and more.
GL wins off the strength of the cover and title of this tape alone. Hit the jump to stream/download.
Produced by Mr. Live
The Ism decided to bless everyone with one more new joint before his new project drops and gives us “Cut It Out”, featuring none other than YP. Cut GL and YP in or cut it out. The smart thing to do is to stream/download “Cut It Out” below. Ism Churchill drops tomorrow.