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HHHTime for mines,

For a lot of artists, their first venture into recording is with a crew.  Whether it be because they’re insecure of their skills, they’re not all that serious about it and just get roped in, or they just like vibing with homies, many of today’s best solo artists started in a clique.  Well, today features 4 cats who started in (and some who are still part of) some dope collectives, but have also found a way to establish themselves away from their peers and make their own moves.

BEST IN THE WORLD

No the title doesn’t pertain to my thoughts of this man’s skills (although I’ve heard he’s the nicest guy in hip-hop).

Bun B. The UGK representative, Texan general and Trill originator is solo again, but this time not by choice.  Since Pimp C‘s tragic passing in ’07 Bun’s continued what he had originally started after Pimp C’s ’03 incarceration: keeping substance in the South and keeping UGK alive at all costs.  Perhaps second to only Scarface in Southern Hip-Hop lineage, Bun has managed to earn the respect of damn near all his peers and UGK detractors rarely come up for air in fear of a good ol’ stompin.

Personally, I’ve never been the hugest Bun B fan but I’ve always had respect for what he does and what he stood for and this jam right here might be one of the best things he’s done in years. Produced by Statik Selektah, enjoy this.

BUN B – BEST IN THE WORLD

GREEN GHOST

Holiday Styles is one of the most underrated rappers on the planet.

Starting his career back in ’96 with fellow Yonkers natives Jadakiss and Sheek Louch as the Lox, Styles has since grown from his shiny suit debut to one of the most no-nonsensee emcees out.  Known for his tremendous wordplay and straight up demeanor, he’s managed to carve out a nice place in Hip-Hop for himself despite potential overshadowing by Jadakiss’ own solo success.  I guess that’s just a testament to how dope he is.  One of the few pseudo-mainstream cats left pushing hardcore lyricism, I give you a couple bangers off his new Green Ghost project with DJ Green Lantern.

STYLES P. Feat. RAEKWON – TIME WILL TELL

STYLES P. – SHADOWS

YOWAAAA!

Not many people are effin with Joell Ortiz these days.

Although he didn’t start in a crew, since joining the all-star ensemble of Slaughterhouse, Joell has seemingly upped the anti with every verse and continues to improve every time he drops.  This guy is disgusting!  Truly an heir to Big Pun‘s throne, I hope he’s given the proper support to break out into the mainstream and make up for Fat Joe‘s recent disgrace of the Latino Hip-Hop community.

Off that new ish with Novel:

JOELL ORTIZ & NOVEL – GHETTO PT. 1

*BONUS*

I rant about Von Pea lots.

He’s definitely one of the illest of the new school rappers and although he hasn’t clearly defined himself as a solo artist yet, when given the opportunity I can definitely see him blowing up bigger than Tanya Morgan ever did.

VON PEA – TOSS IT OVER

I’m caught up!

Get into it folk.

Triple.
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HHHTwin Bliss,

Today it’s about quantity as much as it is about quality (I think).

Double the artists with double the tunes?  Get live.

ESCOBAR & JR. GONG

The debut of God’s Son and Bob’s Son on HHHT.  The first song I heard from these two left me really unexcited.   However this one?  Much more excited now.

Off the upcoming ‘Distant Relatives’:

NAS & DAMIAN MARLEY – AS WE ENTER

DEADRINGER & TIGGALO

The man who revolutionized the instrumental game teams up with the man who redefined what an online relationship could be to bring you this smoothed out ditty.

The Colossus is shaping up to be nicety nice.

RJD2 Feat. PHONTE – THE SHINING PATH

JUMPOFF & NICKELNINE

Slaughterhouse is dope.  That’s my word.  From rivals to teammates, 1/2 of the Neo-Horsemen are back and they absolutely mangle this.

Do you have a rocket launcher?

JOE BUDDEN Feat. ROYCE DA 5’9″ – 40/40

MISSISSIPPI & NORTH CAKALAK

Strictly from a Hip-Hop perspective, 9th Wonder might have the most diverse clientele list in the game.  With a catalogue that ranges from Murs to Jay-Z, Ludacris to Little Brother, De La to M.O.P., there’s no question 9th has accomplished a lot in his short time in the game.

Now, with a new team up with Mississippi General, David Banner, he continues his quest to produce for everyone in hip-hop.

9th WONDER & DAVID BANNER – SLOW DOWN

G.O.O.D.

Not much to say other than Kanye with his British muse.  I’m still undecided about Mr. Hudson but this tune’s alright.

MR. HUDSON Feat. KANYE WEST – ANYONE BUT HIM

CAN’TSTANDYA!

Finally, I don’t know who Sene is but he sounds good, and Von Pea‘s a damn beast.   Enjoy.

SENE Feat. VON PEA – CANTSTANDYA

Get ta downloadin folk!

3 Days to Taipei.

Be ease.

Triple
www.ppfhouse.com


HHHTrackstars,

Let’s Go!

OnSLAUGHT

Couple new jams from Slaughterhouse’s East Coast contingent.

This jam from Jumpoff Joe Beezy is off an upcoming mixtape with producer J. Cardim, who although isn’t a household name yet, has already produced for the likes of Kweli, Wayne, Luda, Akon and Jean Grae, just to name a few and he seems to be picking up steam.  Budden does his thing as usual.  Sideways shots and all.

JOE BUDDEN -KEEP ON

Meanwhile, this jam from Joell is off his upcoming ‘Best of Both Worlds’esque mixtape with singer Novel. So far I’ve heard 2 tracks and they’ve both been pretty dope.  The first one, if you remember references the Al Green tune ‘Call Me’ and I’m always cool with Al Green references.  Anyway, this jam right here is just as funky as the last and Joell is just someone you don’t wanna play with.  Get it:

JOELL ORTIZ & NOVEL – I KNOW

I WISH

I love Tanya Morgan, I really do.

I just wish they picked/made better beats.  They suffer from the same problem that beasts like Kurupt and Eminem do which is essentially having no filter for beats.  And maybe that’s how they wanna be portrayed, but hey if that’s the case all the power to’em.  I just love it though when they decide to jump on something nice.  Von Pea murders this.

TANYA MORGAN – THE MAKE BELIEVER

I’M LIKE CHE GUEVARA WITH BLING ON, I’M COMPLEX.

From the makers of those hella entertaining soundboards that CAP put up awhile back.  I give you 7 PAGES of Jay-Z subliminal disses.  Pure entertainment.  Click Pic.

I’m out folks.

Be gravy.

Trip.

HHHTina’s, Tracy’s and Tania’s,

Because today is your day, and because I am the Casanova that I am, I give you something from the heart.

Bone

A new goodie from G.O.O.D.’s Sa-Ra Creative Partners, and no this song isn’t a tribute to the late, great Eazy E’s double time spitting quartet from Cleveland, but it is pretty thuggish ruggish.

The new record may just be hella ill.  Check it.

Sa-Ra Creative Partners – The Bone Song

Silky

Maybe not the most refined ladies man…okay, maybe not refined at all, but he sure shares some similar fashion tendencies.

This is just a fun one over a classic sample.

Cam’ron – Silky

And finally, often confused for 1 woman, but they’re actually 3 dudes from Brooklyn and Cincinnati, the video to an MPfree I linked you with a couple weeks back.

Dope tune.  Super dope.

Enjoy the night folk.

Get it in.

Triple

‘They say they ride for the underground, die for the underground but still makin no moneeeeeeey…..stupid’. – Dave/Dove/Trugoy

HHHTruthful,

Today I give you a post that counteracts the above statement by the great Plug Two.  Cats who maintain the ‘underground’ label and have established or are slowly building their pensions with verbs, nouns, hooks and cadences.

Tanya Morgan


These cats are dope.  From Brooklyn and Cincinnati respectfully, these cats do fun rap without having to talk about ‘Bringin’ it back’.  Making their first big splash on Foreign Exchange‘s incredible debut ‘Connected’, Von Pea, Donwill and Illyas have quietly worked their way into the circuit and share a similar lane with Little Brother (circa the Listening).  However, like Little Brother minus 9th…they also have issues consistantly picking dope beats.  This one however is a gooder.

Tanya Morgan – So Damn Down

Kurupt

Sure he’s had major label support, and sure he’s been on commercially successful singles, but dammit if Kurupt doesn’t embody ‘RAW’ through and through.  A rapper’s rapper, he’s been doing this for roughly 16 years and has never wavered from his position to sell records.  With an amazing knack for creative and unorthodox cadences, what he lacks in content he always makes up with in flow.

Some chilled the eff out Kurupt ish.

Kurupt – Build you up to Tear you down (Feat. Terrace Martin, Snoop Dogg & Soopafly)

DOOM

Zev Love X. Don’t think I really need to write too much about this guy.  He does his thing and people follow.  Unfortunately he occasionally abuses this (google: Doomposter) but that doesn’t stop the fact that he’s plenty entertaining.

Doom’s ode to Homosexuals.  Need I say more?!

DOOM – Batty Boyz

It’s Friday Folk.  Make a baby.

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