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Posted on 27th Oct at 11:20 PM, with 91 notes

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Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded Practice Sessions (Live, 1986)

Well this is amazing and important. 20+ minutes of Kris in his prime. Beats provided by Scott La Rock, Red Alert and D-Nice’s mouth. (via)

Posted on 26th Oct at 8:25 PM

verse of the year from young thug here

Posted on 26th Oct at 8:21 PM, with 1 note

anything with keke is the most based

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Posted on 6th Sep at 9:20 AM, with 17 notes

seanfennessey:

DJ Honda feat. Mos Def, “Travellin’ Man”

h II, 1998

Just realized that Mos repurposes the same Beenie Man song, "Stop Live in a De Pass," that Kanye lifts for "Send It Up." Probably not a coincidence.

Posted on 5th Sep at 2:26 AM, with 1 note

Turf Talk - It’s a Slumper (ft. E-40 and Stressmatic, prod. Rick Rock)

Morning jump rope thraxx. Man I love the Street Novelist.

Posted on 1st Sep at 12:56 PM, with 2 notes
VICE: KEEP CHIEF KEEF WEIRD »

Keef continued venturing into avant-garde territory on the stellar backside of Bang Pt. 2 with songs like “Hoez N Oz,” “No It Don’t,” “3,” “Gotta Glo Up One Day” and “Hard Way.” He willingly sacrifices clarity for discordant noise, comprehensibility for asynchronous vocals. 

Chief’s second verse on “Hoez N Oz" feels like the apex of what Bauce Sauce (?) is getting at here.

Posted on 1st Sep at 12:41 PM

Lil Wayne - Fuckwithmeyouknowigotit (ft. T.I.) [from Dedication 5]

Cliff Harris, revisiting arguments that he’s King of the South.

Posted on 31st Aug at 4:22 PM, with 7 notes

purplsosa:

Lil Wayne when he was 14 years old with Puffy, Baby, Juvenile and Mr. Excitement @ The Tunnel NYC (by streetfunktv)

Juvie stays winning with that Jets hat. 

Posted on 28th Aug at 2:28 AM, with 5 notes
"Jumpin out planes, Doc’s Da Name"

An epic time for rap radio such that Red could dominate the Box (video channel) with raps like “the Goodness” and “I’ll Bee Dat”.
Not ill advised nostalgia (I hope), rather an appreciation of the fisheye lensed, Def Jam dominated late 90s radio rap where a stubbornly goofy dude like Redman can go platinum, as well as have a song called “Let Da Monkey Out” end up on the soundtrack of a George Clooney movie about the oil business (c.f., Red’s oft-cited Cribs episode).
Also, the video game themed album art and Goodness video were pretty awesome / PaRappa-esque.

"Jumpin out planes, Doc’s Da Name"

An epic time for rap radio such that Red could dominate the Box (video channel) with raps like “the Goodness” and “I’ll Bee Dat”.

Not ill advised nostalgia (I hope), rather an appreciation of the fisheye lensed, Def Jam dominated late 90s radio rap where a stubbornly goofy dude like Redman can go platinum, as well as have a song called “Let Da Monkey Out” end up on the soundtrack of a George Clooney movie about the oil business (c.f., Red’s oft-cited Cribs episode).

Also, the video game themed album art and Goodness video were pretty awesome / PaRappa-esque.

Posted on 21st Aug at 10:20 AM
"Rhymes cocky, crazy ill, mad rowdy /
Did a buck offa my shit and wrapped ya Audi /
Temperamental, I snap quick, very touchy /
Ayyo my attitude is all f-cked up and real shitty"
Posted on 20th Aug at 11:07 AM, with 2 notes

Cool Breeze - Cre-A-Tine

East Point’s Greatest Hits not on Spotify. :’(

Posted on 20th Aug at 11:04 AM, with 6 notes

Trinidad James - Quez (ft. Danny Brown, Fabo and Playa Fly)

"Oh shit, that was Fabo."

Posted on 16th Aug at 7:44 PM, with 203 notes

yamborghini:

A$AP Ferg x Danny Brown - “Reynolds”

Trap Lord August 20th

Danny Brown is a good rapper.

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