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At this point in time, Blu might be my favorite rapper to come out in the past five years. The perfect mix of book smarts and street intellect, cadence and voice and an incredibly admirable DIY indy mindset, I give Blu a huge 5 stars all across the board.
If he keeps this up, I’d go so far as to say he could eventually be one of the illest ever.
That’s my word.
HHHT Massive, tonight is gonna be nasty.
Simple & Plain.
We, the pre-pubescent Kings of the Futon, will be taking a lengthy hiatus (due to my return to the great white North on some Weapon X ish) and well this foursome (along with Jheri Curl Chest and Sir Sweat-A-Lot) will be rocking our last show together until we get our Police on (the band not the po) and rock you for a cool half-a-billion.
Until then….come out tonight, cause it’s gonna be heavy like John Tenta vs. Yokozuna.
And just to guide you through the steps for tonight….(**notice** zShare’s been acting weird lately, so if it doesn’t work, the file’ll still be on the other servers)
Tomorrow (cause chances are we’ll still be in bed)
You want the new.
I give you the new.
Un. Busta Rhymes feat. Young Jeezy and Jadakiss – Conglomerate.
Originally featured on Busta’s mixtape ‘Back On My Shit’ (the prequel to B.O.M.B. – cover art below) – not sure if this version is just a street single, or if it’ll be on the new record. Whaddya think?
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Deux. Jadakiss – Can’t Stop Me.
Like I’ve always said, I like me some Jadakiss. However, as I’ve also always said…he picks some poo poo beats. This one is one of the better tunes that I’ve heard from his upcoming – The Last Kiss. You like?
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Trois. Hollyweerd – Electricity Showroom (full mixtape)
These guys are dope. At least I think so. A mish mash of Sa-Ra, the Coup, Outkast and Big Black Lincoln….they could be big (At least ATL thinks so….).
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Since last year’s Blu & Exile – Below The Heavens, I was hooked. This L.A. gabber’s intricate lyrics and sensitive cadences reflect not only a man who actually still loves his craft but more importantly, someone who believes in positive change in our less than inspired climate.
Not sure if I like his solo stuff better than his stuff with Exile, but regardless, he’s yet to fall short (personally).
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