NaPalm drops the first single from his upcoming project, which features 20 new tracks and is set to impact on July 20th. Most notably, he linked up with Prolyfic for three joints which will be featured on said project. After the mixtape drops Palm will embark on a 30 city tour in support of the project. Check out the first taste now.
NaPalm – What’s Yo Name
“I fucks with Kanye and Lupe rhyme good, but let me tell you how the Gs do it in the hood”
I’ve been asking everyone where Sly P has been lately as I haven’t heard anything new from him in a few months. Hopefully, he’s been hard at work. Here’s something new that was just slid my way.
Sly Polaroid – Keys 2 The City
Previously: Sly Polaroid – Runnin’ To The Money
Sly Polaroid, Juice, Bump J, Mic Terror, L.E.P. Bogus Boys, YP, Mikkey Halsted, Marvo & Twone Gabz – Where Ya From
*Title reads in order of appearance
Remember this track? The Chicago All-Star posse cut, “Where Ya From”, featuring 10 of the Go’s finest on one track? The 8-minute ode where each emcee goes bar for bar and tries to outshine the next? Yeah, that one. It was serviced to radio back in early January, but then it kind of came and went without a trace. Well, I’m here to resurrect thee. Dame Kash and the Associates put this track together, but never gave it the internet treatment. And, I know a lot of people didn’t get to hear it, especially those outside of Chicago as Chicago radio was really it’s only home.
Sly P, Juice, Bumpy Johnson, Mic T, Count, Moonie, YP, Mikkey Halsted, Vo and Twone Gabz all take turns on this one. Here it is for your listening/download pleasure.
There’s a lot of solid lines on this joint, but my favorite comes courtesy of Juice who spits: “I’ma sell more CDs than Nelly did, plus I got more 16s than Kelly’s crib”
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It’s Sunday and as promised, here is the first single from Twista’s upcoming album The Perfect Storm. T makes his triumphant return with longtime producer and collaborator The Legendary Traxster behind the boards. Twista just wrapped the shooting of his documentary this week, so look for the film and album to drop within the next few months. I’m going to preview the album this week, and I’ll be sure to keep you updated on how it’s sounding.
So without further ado…
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You know where the Gag’s headed. To the car wash of course.
Off Gaggie’s upcoming mixtape Calculate & Measure Weight
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Say it ain’t so. Say word this was supposed to be Lupe’s single and it somehow ended up going to B.O.B. What in the sam hell? Life’s a funny thing.
This version is very unfinished…
I’m sure this was never supposed to be heard by the public and that’s exactly why I’m posting it. It’s the original version of “Nothin On You” before it was turned over to B.o.B. It’s ill how these hit songs get manufactured right? Sure, we know this happens all the time, but it’s always funny when these originals leak. It’s almost like this is Bruno Mars’ hit and they just needed someone to rap over it.*
Dre Edit: *Actually, that’s actually exactly what happened. Here’s what Bruno told Complex a few weeks ago.
So, Me, Phil & Ari [of Bruno’s production crew, The Smeezingtons] did the track and we submitted it to Atlantic Records and they asked us, ‘What do you think about B.o.B on this?’ I was like, ‘Perfect, let’s see what happens.’
Color me biased, but Lupe on this >>>>
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Chose and Vo are two of the best lyricists in the game right now. Period. Eat those words and digest this ridiculous track. They tackle the No ID and Kanye West-produced gem (I love this beat, but some beg to differ) off Diddy’s Last Train To Paris. Shit is ridiculous.
Skooda’s Top Five Material Part 2 drops next Monday. Stay tuned.
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Previously: Skooda Chose – Ridiculous [Video]