Wednesday, January 4

Knoc-Turn'Al ft. The MathMadix - 3 in the Mornin

SMKA - Super Market Knife Attack 2011

Let them tell it; "We have selected 11 of our favorite SMKA tracks from ’11, which can be downloaded at LiveMixtapes. An instrumental version is dropping exclusively on with 5 extra tracks.
Thanks to all of the artists who work with us, all the blogs/media who support our music and all of the fans who download and enjoy our music. We are looking forward to another great year in 2012 as we enter our 4th year of making music."
 Appearances from Aleon Craft, Juicy J, STS, Freddie Gibbs, and more.Tracklist and DL after the cut.

Liberty City - Trill (Prod. By 8Ball & J.B. Beats)

Action Bronson - Contemporary Man (Prod. By Party Supplies)

The Kid Daytona ft. Aloe Blacc - New Yorker's Ambition

Check out the latest LRG-produced Kid Daytona video for "New Yorker's Ambition" featuring Aloe Blacc. Directed by Woodworks.The video was shot throughout the South Bronx in the summer with Graffiti from Pose and a cameo from Cope. Make sure to download new music from The Kid Daytona, The Interlude 2.

Gilbere Forte' - Say So (Peso Freestyle)


Travis Porter ft. 2 Chainz & Young Jeezy – You Don’t Know (rmx)

Hollyhood - 2012

Starlito Ft. Tha Joker – Ho Problems

Pesci – Hate In My Blood


ATG ft. Kool G Rap, Ruste Juxx, Steven King - All In The Game

"The Susan Sarandon Story" is a free compilation produced entirely by ATG featuring artists such as Sean Price, Fashawn, Termanology, Planet Asia, Reks, Kool G Rap, Ruste Juxx, Show Tufli, Omar Aura, Maffew Ragazino, Push! Montana, Curt@!n$, A-1, Big Twins, & more. The project consists of mostly new material as well as songs that have been released in the past few months that were produced by ATG. Sponsored by Flud Watches and, "The Susan Sarandon Story" will be available for free download on January 17th, 2012.

A.P. aka AdotPdot - God Please (Can You Give Me)

Nina B - Out There on My Own

2 Chainz ft. T.I. - Spend It (Remix)

B.James - The Young Vet Interview

After a stellar turn co-starring on the first Scarface mixtape, B James got a lot of peoples attention. Certainly at the time everyone I was around would say things like "Damn, who is this?" & "them 2 young cats( B James & Monk Kaza) on the new Scarface CD are going in." With his mentors career taking a brief hiatus, the Houston via Detroit MC kept it going with the release of his outstanding project Almost There. Proving himself a viable commodity as a solo artist, James was soon having his music featured all over the web, to go along with burgeoning movements in the underground Detroit, and Texas Rap scene. The proliferation of Houston veterans and legends in his videos speaks to B Dot's standing. Despite having a style that is more true to the authentic Gangster Rap of the mid-90's, than most of today's cartoonish and fabricated version. James is a humble guy, who gives and earns respect. He's soon to release his next project A Young Vet (which features Killer Mike & Scarface), and we caught up to him right after he released his latest video "Still Standing," and the launch of his website We discussed working with Scarface, his label situation, whether we''ll hear him and Monk again soon (yes,) and much more.