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“I know I’m late on this but….” Flatbush Zombies – D.R.U.G.S.

Mixtape Tracks
1.Intro (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
2.Breakfast AT ePiffanies feat. Erick Arc Elliott (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
3.Mary, Nothing Above Thee (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
4.Al Bundy (Prod. By Darko)
5.S.C.O.S.A. (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
6.Remember, I Got Money (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
7.Laker Paper (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
8.The Fun Song (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
9.JupiterSound feat. Kilo Kish (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
10.Thug Waffle (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
11.YBA feat. Erick Arc Elliott (Prod. By Obey City)
12.Face-Off (L.S.Darko) (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
13.Friday feat. Erick Arc Elliott & Uncle Nephew (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
14.Drama feat. Erick Arc Elliott & Kaya (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
15.Devil & Us feat. Erick Arc Elliott (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)
16.Chuch (Prod. By Erick Arc Elliott)

Max Tannone – Mic Check 1234!

“Released in June 2012, Mic Check 1234! is a remix album consisting of rap and punk music. Great rap and great punk both make you want to affect change, to rebel against the status quo, or to simply just get up and move. This project pairs my favorite emcees’ most socio-political material with some of the best punk bands ever.” -Max Tannone


01. Hip-Hop Anarchy (Dead Prez x Sex Pistols)
02. Definition Of Blitzkrieg (Black Star x The Ramones)
03. America Calling (Eminem x The Clash)
04. Police Get Busy (Black Thought x Dead Kennedys)
05. Wolves I Never Said (Lupe Fiasco x The Damned)
06. Los Angeles Blues (Tupac Shakur x X)
07. Talk To The Kids (Nas x Adolescents)
08. Bring The Bars (Public Enemy x Black Flag)
09. Ante Up The Crowd (M.O.P. x Operation Ivy)
10. Youth Words (Kanye West x Reagan Youth)

Joey Bada$$ – “1999″


01. Summer Knights [prod. Chuck Strangers]
02. Waves [prod. Freddie Joachim]
03. FromdaTomb$ (ft. Chuck Strangers) [prod. Chuck Strangers] [Scratches by Statik Selektah]
04. Survival Tactics (ft. Capital STEEZ) [prod. Vin Skully]
05. Killuminati (ft. Capital STEEZ) [prod. Knxwledge]
06. Hardknock (ft. CJ Fly) [prod. Lewis Parker]
07. World Domination [prod. MF DOOM]
08. Pennyroyal [prod. MF DOOM]
09. Funky Ho’$ [prod. Lord Finesse]
10. Daily Routine [prod. Chuck Strangers]
11. Snakes (ft. T’nah Apex) [prod. J Dilla]
12. Don’t Front (ft. CJ Fly) [prod. Statik Selektah]
13. Righteous Minds [prod. Bruce LeeKix]
14. Where It’$ At (ft. Kirk Knight) [prod. J Dilla]
15. Suspect (ft. PRO ERA)

Album Listening Event!!! Waka Flocka -Triple F Life (Album Stream)

New Album from Waka Flocka “Triple F Life” available for STREAM ONLY.


1.Triple F Intro
2.Let Dem Guns Blam (feat. Meek Mill)
3.Round Of Applause (feat. Drake)
4.I Don’t Really Care (feat. Trey Songz)
5.Rooster In My Rari
6.Get Low (feat. Nicki Minaj, Tyga, Flo Rida)
7.Fist Pump (feat. B.o.B)
8.Candy Paint and Gold Teeth (feat. Ludacris, Bun B)
9.Cash (feat. Wooh Da Kid)
12.U Ain’t Bout That Life (feat. Slim Thug, Alley Boy)
13.Power Of My Pen
15.Triple F Outro

Rick Ross – Black Diamonds


1.Rick Ross – So Sophisticated (Feat. Meek Mill)
2.Rick Ross – Black Everythang (Feat. Bleu Davinci & Calico Jonez)
3.Rick Ross – Hell’s Angels (American Heathens) (Feat. Stalley)
4.Rick Ross – Now That Im Paid (Feat. The Game & Mele)
5.Rick Ross – Let Me See (Feat. Usher)
6.Rick Ross – Proud of That (Feat. Nipsey Hussle)
7.Rick Ross – I Made It (Feat. French Montana & Masspike Miles)
8.Rick Ross – Touch’N You
9.Rick Ross – Kush & Leather (Remix) (Feat. L.E.P. Bogus Boys)
10.Rick Ross – Grind 24 (Feat. Torch)
11.Rick Ross – Born Stunna (Feat. Birdman)
12.Rick Ross – Mickey D’s
13.Rick Ross – Pablo Feat. (Charlie Hustle)
14.Rick Ross – Ring Ring (Feat. Future & 2 Chainz)
15.Rick Ross – Lets Talk (Feat. Omarion)
16.Rick Ross – BCGMMG (Remix) (Feat. Stalley & Meek Mill)
17.Rick Ross – Its a Tower Heist (Feat. Nas)
18.Rick Ross – Same Damn Time Remix (Feat. Future, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, Tum Tum, , Wale,

“DARK MAN X” DMX – The Weigh In EP


1.The Weigh In Intro
2.Where I Wanna Be Feat Big Stan
3.Shit Don t Change Feat Snoop Dogg
4.Last Hope Skit
5.On the Frontline
6.Lil Wayne InterLude
7.Where My Dogs At
8.Tyrese Interlude
9.That s My Baby Feat Tyrese
10.Dj Envy Interlude
11.Wright Or Wrong

The Weeknd – BOX-SET – All in one party pack. (All 3 Mixtapes)

What up viewers??? After hearing that the artist wanted to put out physical copies of this collection mixtapes; we decided to do the same for you digitally. Here is our version of the soon to be released boxset. Enjoy!

Part 1: House of Baloons:
1.High For This
2.What You Need
3.House Of Balloons – Glass Table Girls
4.The Morning
5.Wicked Games
6.The Party & The After Party
7.Coming Down
8.Loft Music
9.The Knowing

Part 2: Thursday:

1.Lonely Star
2.Life Of The Party
4.The Zone Ft. Drake
5.The Birds Part 1
6.The Birds Part 2
7.Rolling Stone
9.Heaven Or Las Vegas

Part 3: The Weeknd Echoes Of Silence:

4.XO / The Host
6.Same Old Song
7.The Fall
9.Echoes Of Silence

Logic Young Sinatra – Undeniable


2.Set The Tone
3.Dead Presidents III
4.Used To Hate It
5.No Biggie
6.Disgusting (Feat. C Dot Castro)
8.Tic Tac Toe
9.ThirstMail (Skit)
10.The Spotlight
11.Life Of A Don
12.We Get High
14.500 Days Of Summer
15.What You Want
16.Do Ya Like
17.Aye Girl
18.Young Sinatra III
19.All Sinatra Everything
20.Dear God
21.I Made It
22.World Wide

[International] Jaunty – 夏霧 の 頃、 日本に戻りたい Once Again, One Day​.​.​. (Japan)


1.Intro* 01:36
2.いきましょう​!​! (Let’s Go​!​) 03:46
3.We Must Remain Friends feat. Bella Soul & Dan Donovan 06:26
4.J.A.P.A.N. pt. 1 02:50
5.J.A.P.A.N. pt. 2 03:34
6.Battle Axe (remix) feat. The Quaranteam 02:33
7.Locky Speaks… feat. DJ Locky Stylez 02:17
8.Shine (outro) 03:26

“A true triple threat” DESSA – Castor, The Twin (Minneapolis)

As seen on her band camp page

“Dessa’s first full-length record, A Badly Broken Code, introduced her to a national audience as a rapper, a singer, and a potent, imaginative lyricist. It earned a binder of superlative reviews from sources like NPR, The Seattle Times, and AM New York. To tour the album, she assembled a small cast of talented instrumentalists to re-interpret the disc for a dynamic live concert. Part rap show and part cabaret, the elegant presentation charmed both audiences and critics—not a negligible feat in hip hop, a genre with its share of purists.
Castor, The Twin captures these new arrangements for ten of Dessa’s strongest previously released songs. It also includes “The Beekeeper,” the haunting advance single from Dessa’s new album due in 2012. Vibraphone, piano, viola, and stand-up bass give the record a classical, sometimes orchestral sound for a beautiful and somber effect. The album is immediately identifiable as an intimate recording of live players, with fingers sliding on frets and raw, expressive vocals. The organic instrumentation pushes Dessa’s lyrics forward, showcasing the imagery and narratives that define her as a songwriter and an emcee.
The album title references the twin brothers Castor and Pollux of Roman mythology, the pair of bright stars in the Gemini constellation. Pollux was part god, a fighter with metal hands. Castor was the mortal of the pair, but the two were inseparable. After cutting her teeth with her Doomtree cohorts behind the boards, this is Dessa’s first record with a wholly organic sound—more tender, human versions of the best material she’s released so far.”

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