Big shout out to Jeezy on this fire track
Shout out to Flux Pavilion, he’s coming out with another banger, and he’s coming out with another EP called Freeway which will be out November 11th. Until then here’s his first single from the EP, Steve French (Feat. Steve Aoki) enjoy.
Jaz The Rapper vs Ms. Hustle (Battle Rap Review)
Finally the battle has touchdown! Straight outta Brooklyn, Jaz The Rapper takes on the Harlem's finest Ms. Hustle to see why Smack has crowned them as first ladies in the URL. There was some problems in the battle. A lot of females battle rappers were trying to bully Jaz, while the crowd was dick riding Jaz. Plus, Hustle chokes in the 1st and 3rd rounds, while I had to use my headphones listening to Jaz cause the sound quality was really low. Overall, I give the battle 4 out of 5. I’ll give you opinion on who’s got the battle:
1st Round: Hustle (their rounds was hard either way, regardless of Hustle’s chokes, she won this round)
2nd Round: Hustle
3rd Round: Jaz or Hustle
Winner: Ms. Hustle
Now I know majority of people are saying Jaz The Rapper won, but I don’t care what anyone of you says, Ms. Hustle won this battle 3-0 or 2-1. Her bars, delivery, and aggression outshines Jaz The Rapper. Jaz didn’t come out as hard as she usually does in her battles. She broke Hustle’s ways down a lot (which was very good), but Jaz kept on talking about who she fucked in her rounds which started to get really corny. Plus, Hustle choked on numerous occasions and Jaz still lost. Once Ms. Hustle proves that she still got what it takes to hold her own, even if she choked.
After numerous if delays its finally here Lil Durk has released Signed To The Streets! I’ve listened to it and here’s all can I say…its pretty damn good. What I truly love about Lil Durk is he has little features and he can hold songs on his own. I Can’t Go Like That, Bang Bros, Hittaz & One Night are the songs that proves the talent of his hooks, flow & lyrics that he can still make hits that’ll make the charts. The Lil Reese features for songs like Competition & Street Life also makes the tape even better cause he makes his verses better for us to enjoy the tape. As usual the tape does has its downside to it. Some songs are average for you to skip the next track which hurts the flavor of the tape (I’ll let ya’ll decide that for yourselves). Plus, Dis Ain’t What You Want had bad quality & One Night beat was purposely missing the rest of the sounds, and that hurt the mixtape alot. Overall, I give this mixtape 4 out of 5. Lil Durk not only proves himself that he’s SIgned To The Streets, he’s proves that he’s here to stay in this rap game.
I can’t wait for this mixtape to drop, Lil Durk has been quite hot for a while. Even though his prior arrests has been hindering him, he’s still going hard. He’s has his own label (OTF), and he’s signed to Coke Boys. This Signed To The Streets mixtape (will be coming out tomorrow) will definitely solidify that Durk is here to stay in this music industry.
I must say these females are getting better and better. Every year they deliver a classic battle to make the male battle rappers to step their bars up. Chyana Ashley from the Bronx, NY go head up against the veteran Young Gattas from Chicago, IL. With bars and jokes how can you now like and respect the females lyrical talent that they got in the ring. Peep the video and watch those two gives you bars after bars after bars.
Chinx is reshaping his image. In November, the Coke Boyz member is dropping his debut EP Iâll Take It From Here, which will be his first release under his new pseudonym. Heâs literally whipping away âDrugzâ from his name to focus on bringing quality music to his fans. XXL heard a few rough cuts of his EP during a private listening session held at the plush Bellucci Napoli in Midtown… Read more »
Yes! After numerous of great mixtapes, Chinx Drugz is finally releasing his official debut EP!
After a long delay, Cam has finally put out the mixtape, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. He’s brought a little mixture of his previous albums, that ol Dipset sound, ol school samples, & the Boss Of All Bosses series to go along with it.. He starts off his infamous entertainment skits. On the Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 (Intro), Cam brought Cousin Bang on the track for us to give us some laughs out the way before the songs begin. Plus, the Instagram (Skit), it had a jealous girlfriend calling another female spazzing out on her just because the female like her man’s instagram pictures. The features don’t disappoint either. On Instagram (Catfish), Sen City delivers the chorus and lyrics about women, then, on Let Me Work, Ms. Hustle, Loaded Lux & Chris Miles show how good their rap skills are, and finally on Jungle, T.I. & Yo Gotti murdered the beat by talking about their pervious street life. I do have a couple of problems of the mixtape. Two songs “Think You Need Love" & "My Life" are exact replicas of Gs Up by Jim Jones & Max B & My Life by Mary J. Blige makes it hard for me to enjoy the songs (P.S. “Me Killa” is an exact replica of Da Introduction by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony but, I actually enjoyed the song) & the last track "Come And Talk To Me" should have not been on the mixtape. It messes up the flow of the tape, and it was just a response of Jay-Z’s “Pound Cake” verse. It should have been just a preview of what Cam had in store for us. Overall I give the mixtape 3.5 out of 5, Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1 proves that Cam still has some gas in the tank.
This is something new and fresh by Block B. The song is very hype, the beat changes so you won’t get bored. and it definitely has replay value. Here’s Block B with their second single “Very Good”
Honestly I had low expectations for this mixtape. I thought this would be another overrated mixtape that would be wack as fuck, but ITS NOT!!! Meek Mill has done a hell of a job on this mixtape to the point that you would think that it was his second album. From begging to end their wasn’t one song I can saw it was wack. The beats were on point, every guests was on the mixtape held their own by lyrics and flowing to the beat, even DJ Drama did his thang, he knew which song to talk his shit on, and it fits well with the songs. I appreciate Meek honoring Lil Snupe by having a skit of him freestyling and making a song decidated to him. That way people will know Lil Snupe's talent and legacy still live on (R.I.P. Lil Snupe). On “Heaven or Hell (Feat. Jadakiss & Guordan Banks), its kinda a remake on The Luniz's song “I Got 5 On It”. Both Meek & Jada killed the beat, while Guordan sangs beautifully on the chorus. Meek Mill for East folks is what Young Jeezy is in the South. Makes motivational music for the people that are in need of some encouragement or help. I give this mixtape a perfect 5 out of 5. Meek proved the haters, naysayers, and critics wrong, he can still make great music, now all we need is a second album from him, and he’ll really be a force to be reckon with.
Mixtape Download: http://www.datpiff.com/dreamchasers3
Well well well…after numerous of delays, Meek Mill decides to give the fans a listening session before the mixtape drops tomorrow. I’m not spoil it for ya’ll just watch the video, and see how Dreamchasers 3 sounds to ya’ll.
I said, I don’t make it rain (rain), Nigga I ain’t rich (rich)/I ain’t gotta milli, I ain’t tryna press a bitch (not at all)/Nigga I ain’t signed (sign), I ain’t got dem bricks (nope)/But I still step up in tha club feelin like I’m it
The second track that popped in my head for this classic Flamers mixtape. The beat is hot, and the hook is catchy. Meek had put in work in this tape, and thanks to Flamers, he is now the hottest rappers in the game. Here’s Meek Mill - Im Not A Rapper.
I’m like da same niggaz use to be speakin now dey grillin (huh)/Osama ask me what it’s hittin for I’m like kill em (murder)/Fuck em shoot em in da face make em suffer (yup)/We smoke den we joke about dem pussy mothafuckaz (ayy)
Ahhh, this was in ‘08 when Meek was very hungry back then. For some reason, I woke up this morning, and thought about a lot of songs on the Flamers mixtape. Two songs stuck to me out the most today. So here’s the first one on the throwback for today Meek Mill - My Niggaz Gon Ride