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on April 15, 2012 SETLIST
The Next Episode
Gin And Juice
Nuthin’ But A “G” Thang
Ain’t No Fun (If The Homies Can’t Have None)
I Wanna Rock
Jump Around (House of Pain cover)
Drop It Like It’s Hot
Young Wild And Free (with Wiz Khalifa)
The Recipe (with Kendrick Lamar)
What Up Gangsta
In The Club (with 50 Cent)
2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted (with Tupac)
I Need a Doctor (with Eminem)
Forgot About Dre (with Eminem)
‘Till I Collapse (with Eminem)
Who Am I? (What’s My Name?)
Get Lyrics to Drakes new music video HYFR ft. Lil Wayne
Tyga Dancin’ 4 Dollas Lyrics Below
Check out this preview of a cut from The Kickdrums upcoming hip hop mixtape Follow the Leader. The video gives an in-studio performance of one of the most anticipated tracks on the project titled “Ridin” featuring ASAP Rocky and Lana Del Rey.
they provide us with a teaser to one of the many standout tracks from the compilation. Here is a snippet of “Ridin’” with A$AP Rocky and Lana Del Ray, which includes a little bit of footage from the studio session between them all.
Follow The Leader mixtape will feature appearances from Rockie Fresh, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, Casey Veggies, Freddie Gibbs, Gilbere Forte and more and you can grab it on RTF when it drops tomorrow on LiveMixtapes.com!
The Recipe (feat. Dr. Dre) – Single – Kendrick Lamar
Download & Listen to Kendrick Lamar latest single ‘The Recipe‘ & exclusive interview live on Power 106 Big Boys Neighborhood.
Rick Ross Rick Ross The Boss is steady Hustlin @ Fader Fort – Day 4″>Rick Ross returns with another music video off his Rich Forever mixtape, picking the Beat Billionaire-produced “Swear To God” for the latest visual. World Star Hip Hop (WSHH) & DRE Films Premiere: Rick Ross – Swear To God
Click Continue Reading for lyrics to Rick Ross “I Swear to God”
Villanova Football players fly out to Venice, California during Offseason to film a parody for The Rej3ctz Cat Daddy Music Video Parody and I gotta tell you this may be one of the Best Music Video Parody I’ve seen in 2012. The “White Boys” recreate a parody to the popular dance song, Cat Daddy. This dance parody is the perfect mix of humor in the pop culture.
Rej3ctz – Cat Daddy
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Queens MC Action Bronson and producer Party Supplies collaborated on this SUPERB 17-track mixtape for the fans, if you haven’t heard of Action Bronson, this is the perfect time to get acquainted. ‘ACTION BRONSON’ will remind you of Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah which is never a bad thing. I promise you will not be disappointed after downloading this project; it’s straight FIRE. Enjoy!
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Fresh from a trip down to Miami, breakout MC Action Bronson is quick with the cuisine jokes: despite sampling a few burgers and wines at the Food Network’s South Beach Wine and Food Festival, the classically trained former chef maintains his signature version would’ve trumped all. “The Bronson Burger could’ve easily won any category at that place,” he proclaims, casually asserting his culinary confidence.
Combining gut-busting humor, complex lyrical food references, and a vast understanding of street culture, Action Bronson carved out his own lane last year with undeniable mic skills and gregariously offbeat charisma. After self-releasing acclaimed debut “Dr. Lecter” and a well-received collaborative album with producer Statik Selectah (“Well-Done,” on DCide), Bronson’s latest effort, “Blue Chips,” finds the Queens native teaming with Fool’s Good Records producer Party Supplies and sneaker brand Reebok for an off-the-cuff free mixtape.
Much like Bronson’s endless punch lines, “Blue Chips,” out today (March 12) on Complex.com, took shape in an easygoing studio atmosphere. “The original thing I wanted to call it was ’5 Minute Beats and 1 Take Raps’ [because] that’s pretty much all it really was,” Bronson reveals. “It was all on the fly shit,” agrees Party Supplies. “It wasn’t thought out.”
Most of “Blue Chips” was made in Party Supplies’ home studio in Brooklyn over YouTube sample digging, grub from local chicken joint Pies ‘n’ Thighs, and obligatory smoke sessions.
Action Bronson + Party Supplies, “Blue Chips”
“I jumped on YouTube, found some weird obscure sample — basically started looping it on the drum machine and [Bronson] wrote some shit,” Party Supplies says of the recording. “It’s digging in the crates,” Bronson adds. “[YouTube] is digging nonetheless. It’s still hard to find [the gems].”
The spontaneous environment spurred some choice moments of carefree collaboration. “Party Supplies helped me out on a rhyme, on the song ‘Blue Chips,’” laughs Bronson. “He actually was saying things to me and I was turning them into rap.”
That open-minded attitude attracted Reebok, leading it to fund the project and sponsor the release. “They’re very progressive. They’re both two different people, both very creative,” says Reebok head of entertainment for global Matt Pantoja, a hip-hop fan and friend of managers Dante Ross (Bronson) and Peter Oasis (Party Supplies). “Everybody’s talking about bringing New York back and all these things, and I felt like this was something that was going to create that kind of energy and get people psyched on the project.”
For both artists, the Reebok deal was a chance to pair with one of their favorite brands. “Reebok introduced the idea to us, we were into it, and we love Reebok. [They're] such a classic company,” Party Supplies says. “I grew up wearing them shits,” affirms Bronson. “I wear the Kamakazi and I still have a lot of old school Reeboks today: the Pumps, the Michael Chang’s, the Shaq’s.”
Still unsigned, Bronson relishes his creative freedom, and has three albums — produced by the Alchemist
Diehard Taylors generally point to 2011′s Cabin Fever and Kush & OJ as Wiz Khalifa’s last great effort. The mixtape dropped seemingly on a whim and featured Wiz rapping tougher and grimier than anything he’d dropped since Star Power. More than a year later, the Pittsburgh MC seems to be following suit, releasing this Taylor Allderdice project almost out of nowhere.
Earlier in February, he admitted that Rolling Papers wasn’t his best work, all but confirming that Atlantic had molded his style into something a bit more profitable. Given the wide range of his previous work – Star Power and Prince of the City were both hard-hitting gems, while Kush & Orange Juice remains his gold standard – ‘Taylor Allderdice‘ seems to be a culmination of his best works. Hopefully this will show that the Bing commercials and red carpet appearances didn’t totally compromise the artist that so many people have grown to love over the past four years.
No matter what anybody says, Wiz has a lot to prove with this one. Give it a spin and see for yourselves if he’s answered his critics.
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