Sunday, July 18

Shit That Crank

Tupac ft. Outlawz

 Outlawz is the shit!The Lost Songs Volume One [Explicit],The Lost Songs Volume Two [Explicit],The Lost Songs Volume Three [Explicit] & Still I Rise [Explicit]. Cop all that!
Tela-Tired of Ballin

 You never hear a balla say nothin like this, big Tela you ain't never lie!
Piece Of Mind [Explicit], Now Or Never, Double Dose,World Ain't Enuff,
Cormega ft. Lil Wayne Who Can I Trust
This is off the first Violator compilation. I bet if he had a do over Mega would let Wayne rock and not just do the hook. This was way before The Carter.

They should of kept Mega in the Firm.Born & RaisedTestamentThe RealnessLegal Hustle,True Meaning,Essense of the Streets,Who Am IHustler/Rapper, all of those crank and some are under $5.
Celly Cel - Its Going Down (Remix) (feat. Mack 10, E40, B-Legit, & Rappin 4 Tay)

Classic! Slaps, Straps, and Baseball Hats [Explicit]The Best Of Celly Cel,Heat 4 Yo Azz [Explicit],Best of Celly Cel 2: Tha Sick Wid it Dayz [Explicit]
40 Water know about getting those batches ready.
Duece Poppi - Snippets Song from Trick Daddy Album "Thugs R Us"
I don't know what happened bcause he's still on Slip N Slide. That fittin to ball shit went hard though.

Duece loves White People though. For real he got White Friends ! Catch him on MySpace.

Push! Montana "The Rebirth of Fresh"

Push! Montana of Black Flag City has been putting it down with Maino for a minute. Now he's back out with a solo cd The Rebirth of Fresh aka No Floors. On the first song he says "I really touched squares like Sicilian slices" which caught my ear. The disc features mostly original production by A-listers such as Hi-Tek, Dame Grease and Ill Mind, Push got an ear for beats. Hosted by Don Cannon, No Floors features appearances by Maino, Mouse, and Roccett of C.T.E. Standouts are Defeat, 1rst 48, Born Again, and Kill You.
Buy Push! Montana music and visit his website . Follow PUSHMONTANA

New Artist Dave East "Change of Plans"

This cat  Dave East is part of a new Harlem/DMV (my 2 favorite places) movement the NFL (Never Forgot Loyalty) crew. No word if that's any relation to the late, great, LaMont Coleman's NFL crew. Young East is only 21 and used to ball for the Universities of Towson & Richmond. For whatever reason he switched his lanes and is now coming at us with the aptly titled "Change of Plans." Featuring co-signs from my man Noe and Devin the Dude, East goes in over a mixture of industry and original beats. The disc also features in house production and appearances from the NFL's own Profit,June, and Money. Some standout songs include both Family Affairs, Music for the Mob( check out June's production) and my favorite, Thru Harlem. Check them out at reverbnation.com/NFL. Then hit up Twitter & follow DAVE_EAST