Blue Slide Park download Mac Miller

Posted: November 8, 2011 in Hip-Hop, music

Blue Slide Park download. Mac Miller.  Download it here, or iTunes, or go to your local place and scoop up a physical copy.

Either way, the kid Mac Miller is the shit.  His most recent mixtape “Best Day Ever” was sick.  And Blue Slide Park does not disappoint.  Enjoy.

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1. English Lane (prod. by Ritz Reynold)

2. Blue Slide Park (prod. by ID Labs)
3. Party On Fifth Ave. (prod. by ID Labs)
4. PA Nights (prod. by Mansions On The Moon)
5. Frick Park Market (prod. by ID Labs) 
6. Smile Back (prod. by ID Labs) 
7. Under The Weather (prod. by ID Labs)
8. Of The Soul (prod. by ID Labs)
9. My Team (prod. by Clams Casino)
10. Up All Night (prod. by ID Labs)
11. Loitering (prod. by ID Labs)
12. Hole In My Pocket (prod. by Ritz Reynold)
13. Diamonds & Gold (prod. by Young L & ID Labs)
14. Missed Calls (prod. by Ritz Reynold)
15. Man In The Hat (prod. by Ritz Reynold & ID Labs)
16. One Last Thing (prod. by Clams Casino)

Tha Carter 4 Leak download

Posted: August 24, 2011 in Hip-Hop, music

Tha Carter 4 leak!  (Tha Carter VI)         Download and or listen to it now!                             Of course it’s straight fire… check it.

Use this Pirate Bay.org download,  because apparently the other site/links I posted earlier don’t work anymore.  Or just go buy the fucking album instead

TRACK LIST for Tha Carter IV
1. Intro
2. Blunt Blowin
3. MegaMan
4. 6 Foot 7 Foot (Feat. Cory Gunz)
5. Nightmares Of The Bottom
6. She Will (Feat. Drake)
7. How To Hate (Feat. T-Pain)
8. Interlude (Feat. Tech N9ne)
9. John (Feat. Rick Ross)
10. Abortion
11. So Special (Feat. John Legend)
12. How To Love
13. President Carter
14. Its Good (Feat. Drake & Jadakiss)
15. Outro (Feat. Bun B, Nas, Shyne & Busta Rhymes)
16. I Like the View (Bonus Track)      17. Mirror (Bonus Track)                    18.  Two Shots (Bonus Track)

Lupe Fiasco Lasers Leak

Posted: March 4, 2011 in Hip-Hop, music

Lupe Fiasco Lasers leak.  Lupe Fiasco hates leaks and piracy in the music industry, but it happens.  Lasers is due to drop Tuesday March 8th, 2011.  It’s his first album since The Cool came out in 2007.  Unfortunately, Lasers leaked online a few days ago, around the end of February.  It also received negative criticism from some listeners, which also didn’t please Lupe.

Lasers is an acronym:

Love Always Shines Everytime: Remember to Smile

Lasers features John Legend, Skylar Grey, Sway, and Trey Songz.  We’ve already heard “The Show Goes On”, which came out in the end of October 2010.

I  honestly love the album already and I’ve only listened to a few of the songs.  9.5/10.  Very futuristic and fast paced.  Lupe is a beast and can go any speed.  My favorites so far are in RED below, click the RED to listen to them.  Enjoy

1. Letting Go (Feat. Sarah Green)
2. Words I Never Said (Feat. Skylar Grey)
3. Till I Get There
4. I Don’t Wanna Care Right Now (Feat. MDMA)
5. Out Of My Head (Feat. Trey Songz)
6. The Show Goes On
7. Beautiful Lasers, (Two Ways) (Feat. MDMA)
8. Coming up (Feat. MDMA)
9. State Run Radio (Feat. Matt Mahaffey)
10. Break The Chain (Feat. Eric Turner & Sway)
11. All Black Everything
12. Never Forget You (Feat. John Legend)

Wiz Khalifa Mixtapes

Posted: December 17, 2010 in Hip-Hop, music

Wiz Khalifa has been hot this past year, especially thanks to his smash hit “Black and Yellow.”

Wiz Khalifa (Photo courtesy of chicago.timeout.com)

The success of Khalifa’s mixtape Kush and Orange Juice, which came out in April 2010, also drew massive attention.  The Chuck Taylor wearing 24-year-old Pittsburgh rapper on the rise has ridiculous flow.  On his mixtapes, especially Everything Taylored on Datpiff.com, he goes hard over other people’s beats.

(beat: Poppin Bottles by T.I. ft. Drake.  From T.I.’s new No Mercy album)

(beat: Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta by the Geto Boys)

Purp and Yellow (Black and Yellow Remix ft. Snoop Dogg, Game, & YG)

 

Waka Flocka Flame’s House Raided

Posted: December 17, 2010 in Hip-Hop, music

Waka Flocka Flame’s Georgia house was raided Thursday morning, Dec. 16th.

Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane (photo courtesy of newguccimane.com)

According to a search warrant obtained by TMZ, police raided the house seeking “marijuana, articles, pictures, and communications relating to gangs and gang paraphernalia.”

According to TMZ, The 24-year-old Atlanta rapper was not in the house at the time of the raid, but fellow rapper Gucci Mane and two other men were.  The two men were arrested for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.  Gucci was cuffed as the police entered, but was not charged with any crimes.  Police reportedly confiscated a submachine gun and a semi-automatic pistol.

Waka Flocka’s mom and manager, Deb Antney was also at the house when police busted in.  Several rumors arose after the incident, some including prostitution.  Antney spoke to MTV News about the incident:

“It had nothing to do with prostitution.  The weapons they found were licensed weapons. There was under an ounce of marijuana, but it was nothing but a blunt. The other drugs were medication that was in Waka’s room from when he got hurt (shot twice in January 2010).”

According to Antney’s words, the raid did not lead to anything serious at all.  This seems like quite an overreaction by the Henry County police if the only charge was “possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.”

A new Lil Wayne song titled 6’7″ ft. Cory Gunz has hit the internet recently and it’s the first single off Tha Carter IV, which is slated for a February 2011 release date.  6’7″ is produced by Bangladesh, the same guy who made the bass bumping “A Milli” from Tha Carter III, so it’s no surprise that two tracks sound strikingly similar beat wise.  Cory Gunz, a Young Money label mate, does his best to keep up with Weezy on the beat, adding a respectable verse.

Bangladesh and Lil Wayne (photo courtesy of boombox.com)

Bangladesh said he had received offers for the song, but would not accept them until he was able to give Weezy a crack at it.

Lyrically speaking of 6’7″, Bangladesh said Lil Wayne “attacked it as a mixtape” and took it to  a “whole nother level of cleverness” in an MTV.com interview.

6’7″ is Weezy’s most recent hit song since Fire Flame (Remix) with Birdman came out around Nov. 15th.  Fire Flame (Remix) was the first song Weezy got on after being released from Rikers Island.

Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager is Kid Cudi’s sophomore album and sequel to Man on the Moon: The End of Day.  The creative Kid Cudi takes you into his world on this highly emotional adventure.  Man on the Moon II was released on Nov. 9th and sold 176,298 copies in its first week.

Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager

1 Scott Mescudi VS the World feat. Cee-Lo
2 REVOFEV
3 Don’t Play This Song feat. Mary J. Blige
4 We Aite (Wake Your Mind Up)
5 Marijuana
6 Mojo So Dope
7 Ashin’ Kusher
8 Erase Me feat. Kanye West
9 Wild’n Cuz Im Young
10 The Mood
11 MANIAC feat. Cage & St. Vincent
12 Mr. Rager
13 These Worries feat. Mary J. Blige
14 The End feat. GLC, Chip Tha Ripper & Nicole Wray
15 All Along
16 GHOST!
17 Trapped In My Mind

(photo courtesy of wegotthiscovered.com)

Many songs from Cudi’s rookie album have become smash hits with mass followings of young people.  Songs like “Soundtrack 2 My Life” and “Pursuit of Happiness” were instant hits for their uplifting vibes.  Man on the Moon 2 is a very dark sounding album, especially in comparison to Man on the Moon I. There are not many pop sounding songs on this album, another stark difference from its predecessor.  Erase Me ft. Kanye West is the closest thing to a radio hit, and its creation was more of a  joke than a thought out single, as Cudi explained in a Complex magazine interview:

“Erase Me” was fun as f*** to make, but it’s just different. It was me f***ing around, just to show people I can do whatever. That’s my main goal now, just to show people no matter what I do, I’m going to make s*** that’s in good taste. Might not be your cup of tea, but it’s going to be authentic, it’s not going to be forced.

Tracks like “Mr. Rager,” “Mojo So Dope,” and “The End” are quality songs that omit that negative outlook on life, as Cudi was going through troubles as he was writing the album.  Sometimes the tracks sound too sad or too depressing for people’s likings.  Hiphopdx’s Edwin Ortiz writes of Cudi’s new album, “A tortured soul, yes, but one with ingenious capabilities, Cudi has taken his progressive style and turned it into a sound that no one would dare replicate”

However, tracks like “Ashin’ Kusher,” “Marijuana,” and “Scott Mecudi Vs. The World” have a more uplifting tone and  are catchy for all listeners.  For avid fans, the album is still phenomenal.  For the average hip hop fan, Man on the Moon II doesn’t quite do it, as Cudi goes a bit too far creatively and doesn’t delivery enough universal singles.

Wegotthiscovered.com gave it 8/10.

Hiphopdx.com gave it a 3.5/5.

I give Man on the Moon II 8/10