Monday, October 25


French Montana - Coke Boys Tour

As usual French picks good beats, gives them the right hook, and gets a couple of big features. His flow is steady improving, and I know the streets love him. I don't understand why he dosn't have a retail album out, or why Akon dropped the ball. Inner City Coke Blues is my favorite song.

Ocoop - Money Getter presented by Funkmaster Flex

My man says "I don't own a ski mask, so I'm a rob him after dark". My sentiments exactly.
Money Getter video after the jump

JustDipset presents Disset

This is the good folks at JustDipset's first official mixtape. It features ALL of Cam's disses to various rappers. There's even a couple rare joints on here like "You Must Not Know" and the "Dynasty Freestyle."
link and tracklisting after the jump

Baracka Flocka- Hard In The Paint

Lil Wayne & Curren$y - Dirty Work 14 (The Color Of Money)

As with all Mick Boogie, this is a dope cd. Criminally overlooked when discussing Wayne mixtapes, his chemistry with Curren$y leads us to think of what might have been.

YELAWOLF - I Just Wanna Party

Not sure how official this is, but the songs are.

Grammy award winner Rhymefest Announces Campaign for 20th Ward Alderman

Stack Bundles - The Lost Tapes

Released in celebration of Byrdgang/Riot Squad member Stack Bundles (R.I.P.) birthday, this posthumous release reminds us of what we missed after his tragic passing. With no features (except one Riot Squad track) and top notch all original production including Swizz Beatz and Needles tracks, "The Lost Tapes" gives us 100% Stack. Satisfying to fans, and a good indicator of Bundles work for those who might not be as familiar with him. Standout tracks include "I Don't Know What You Gone Do", "Throw It Up", and "I Choose You"