Caught the video on MTV Jams and its been on repeat ever since. Shits fire, shouts to U-N-I.
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Here’s a crazy thought, this guy actually has an Academy Award, lol. Can’t nobody flip a sample like DJ Paul and Juicy J. The beat on this is nasty. #countryraptunes
Posted this a few months ago, had to bring it back because it’s just that dope.
Download: Pill ft. Freddie Gibbs – Run Up To Me
Another St. Louis skating rink classic, #acklikeuknow, shouts to Yukmouth.
1st quarter is always a sloooooow ass period as far as new music goes so that’s the reason for the lack of updates. It has nothing to do with me being a lazy motherfucker I promise. Anyway, this song is crazy. Homie was croonin his ass off.
Reasonable Doubt is timeless. What’s weird is that it would probably have made more of an impact if it came out today in comparison to the impact it made in ‘96. That’s a testament to how good hiphop was back then and how shitty it is now.
This has been Track of the Day/Nite before but in light of Boosie being sentenced to 2 years today it’s only right that I bring it back. Hold ya head Boosie. Also free my brother Tony who just caught a case. It’s not lookin good for him either yall.
This shit right here? Man. A snippet of this appeared on Goodie Mob’s debut album. They unleashed the full version on one of the best compilation albums ever A.merica I.s D.ying S.lowly which was a benefit album that featured the likes of Prince Paul, Mac Mall, Eightball and MJG, Wu-Tang Clan, Spice 1, Mobb Deep and more. The whole tape went extremely hard. If you ever find it BUY IT. It’s a classic.
Also make sure you check out Maurice Garland’s recap of the Goodie Mob reunion concert that popped off in Atlanta over the weekend.
The DJ can’t lie, I hated Stankonia when it dropped. I thought it was weird and left-field. In 2009, as I watch rapper after rapper turn into singers over electronica influenced beats, only now can I see just how ahead of the game Stankonia truly was. This shit could come out today and still feel brand new. Stankonia has aged well and turned into my second or third favorite Kast album.
How can you not relate to this song? All hail Boosie Bad Azz…