Dipset’s favorite producers coming out with their own album. This is the first single.
Another G-Unit Weed Carrier putting out a video that won’t ever get any play outside of the internets, but this one’s a lot grimier than that Mazaradi / Hot Rod joint – actually, it is definitely the most cheap ass G-Unit related video I’ve ever seen. I hope 50 ain’t mad at Nyce for smoking up all his purple.
Joey Jihad been had a little buzz in Philly, but the internets will probably remember him from this video though. Hey, who said you can’t get clocked and robbed and still spit heat.
AZ possibly riding with Dipset? He must be tired of Lil’ Homie constantly shunning him.
Amazon is more up-to-date about Styles P than yours truly – can’t wait to hear that joint with my boy Joell Ortiz.
MTV Mixtape Monday: Weezy’s The Drought 3 dropping, Gangsta Grillz 16 on its way and other irrelevant news about southern rap.
Another rapper gets the infamous Def Jam treatment: Fabo’s album pushed back to June.
Rap Cat > Lil’ Wayne. It’s a whole new level of swagger.
Uncle Murda – I Shot The Sheriff / This Is A Warning (Live)
BET Freestyle Friday: Loaded Lux vs. some average rapper.
Sheek stays improving his flow: We Ain’t Runnin.
Exactly how many tracks named Gangsta has Fab put out? Anyway, here’s another one featuring Sizzla: Gangsta.
Your favorite latin rookie AC dropping heat as usual: Broken.
New Prodigy, not on his highly recommended Return Of The Mac-Album/Mixtape: Summer in NYC.
Cam doesn’t seem phased by Fiddy’s “Computers computin, poopedy poopin” remarks: Suga Dooga. You gotta love Killa (n/h).
Decent beat, that’s about it.
Tru Life speaks live from Harlem.
XXL interviews Omar Cruz: “There’s been a lot of talented Latino artists that have been fuckin’ pushed to the side, because labels did not know how to market us. They had this mind state that we’re all fuckin’ Cholo rappers, or on some R&B or reggaeton-type shit.”
The Smoking Section chops it up with Joell Ortiz: “Hip hop is emcees over dope beats with that you-can’t-fuck-with-me swagger. It’s not a piece of jewelry. Rappers need jewelry because they don’t have that glow.”