Sunday, June 30

P Killa - No Competition

DJ Slim K & OG Ron C – Yeezus (Chopped Not Slopped)

Chief Keef - Fuck the BET Awards

Tito Lopez – Y.O.U.

Zaytoven Presents: Birds Of Feather Motion Picture Soundtrack (Hosted By DJ Spinz)

01. Al Nuke – Intro
02. Jose Guapo – Flava Last Forever (Feat. Yung L.A. And Bankroll Fresh)
03. Young Scooter – Fake Rappers
04. Bankroll Fresh – 36
05. Migos – Harrasing
06. Chief Keef – Hobby
07. Big Bank Black – Again
08. J. Money – Whip (Feat. Yung Booke)
09. Yung Scooter – Fake Gold
10. Gwoapa – Molly Talk
11. Lii Keke – That’s Me (Feat. Eldorado Red And Bankroll Fresh)
12. Yung Ralph – Still
13. OJ Da Juiceman – Middle Finger
14. Gucci Mane – Ring The Alarm
15. M.O.E. And Pastor Troy – Throwing Money
16. Eldorado Red – I Know Popi
17. Soulja Boy – Gold
18. Yung L.A. – Elevators
19. Gorilla Zoe – Bit On
20. Playa Fly – All My Life
21. Strap Porter – Kiesha
22. Waka Flocka And Sig HB – Poppin’ Bottles
23. Shawty Lo – Anthem
24. Rocko – Get Inline (Feat. Gucci Mane, Doe B, And Bankroll Fresh)

R.F.C. – Ralphie’s Forgotten Children

01. Smoke DZA, NYMLo, Al-Doe And DJ Will Gates – 27 Club [Prod. By 183rd]
02. NYMLo, Al-Doe And Smoke DZA – Decisions [Prod. By 183rd]
03. Den10 And Smoke DZA – Burn [Prod. By 183rd]
04. NYMLo, Den10 And Smoke DZA – Slave To The Wave [Prod. By 183rd]
05. Al-Doe, NYMLo And Smoke DZA – Lingo [Prod. By 183rd]
06. NYMLo – 183rd Meets Money Ave [Prod. By 183rd]
07. Smoke DZA, NYMLo And Al-Doe – Shadows [Prod. By V.Don]
08. NYMLo, Al-Doe And Bluntsmoker – Pray [Prod. By 183rd]
09. NYMLo And Chase N. Cashe – Fifa (Feat. NAKIM) [Prod. By 183rd]
10. Al-Doe – Rihanna [Prod. By Chase N. Cashe]
11. NYMLo, Al-Doe And Smoke DZA – Real Fuckin’ Chedder [Prod. By Cardiak]
12. NYMLo, Al-Doe And Smoke DZA And Den10 – We Runnin’ The Game [Prod. By 183rd]
13. Chase N. Cashe – Trigger Happy [Prod. By 183rd]
14. Mookie Jones And Al-Doe – POLO [Prod. By 183rd]
15. Smoke DZA And NYMLo – Everyydayy [Prod. By Lee Bannon]
16. Den10 – Admirer [Prod. By 183rd]
17. Smoke DZA – Brinks [Prod. By Chase N. Cashe]

Donnie Trumpet – Donnie Trumpet EP

01. Zion (ft. Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa)
02. Pasadena (ft. Vic Mensa)
03. That’s My Baby Interlude (ft. Vic Mensa)
04. Callie (ft. Vic Mensa)
05. Don’t Leave (ft. Vic Mensa)
06. New Bisnesss
07. Players Holiday (ft. Kiara Lanier)

Popoff ft. Big Twins – Cold Summer

Doe Boy – In Freebandz We Trust (Hosts DJ Scream, DJ Esco, And DJ X-Rated)

01. In Freebandz We Trust (Feat. Future)
02. Movie [Prod. By Drumma Drama]
03. Mad At That (Feat. Chevy Woods) [Prod. By Nard And B]
04. Too Dope [Prod. By Dreyzah]
05. What You Mean (Feat. Future And Soulja Boy) [Prod. By Young Chop]
06. Real Talk Pt. 3 [Prod. By J-Green]
07. 24-7 [Prod. By 808 Mafia]
08. Sack [Prod. By Malik On Da Beat]
09. See Dat Ass
10. First Love (Feat. Casino And Rocko)
11. What To Do [Prod. By Super Ced]
12. True Story [Prod. By DJ Durel]
13. Fuck Da Law (Feat. Bloody Jay) [Prod. By Drumma Drama]
14. Band God [Prod. By Lex Luger]
15. Fell In Luv (Feat. Future And Mexico Rann) [Prod. By Metro Boomin And 808 Mafia]
16. Block Hot [Prod. By Super Ced]
17. Not At All (Feat. Riff Raff)
18. Life Together [Prod. By Zaytoven]
19. But Your Gone (Feat. Moptop)

TwoLetterz - '92 Flow (Prod. St. Christopher)

Arlis Michaels - B.A.D (Prod. Beatryda)

Dre Day – PMWC (Pussy Money Weed Codeine)

Big T - Arguing

Dat Boi T ft. Young G & Doughbeezy - Nothin' But That Screw

VNova ft. Malcah - Cold Shoulder

Nakim ft. Danny Brown - MixTape

Bookie & Spank Lee - #WrightBrothers (Hosts DJ Dow Jones, DJ New Era)

Saturday, June 29

A-Kaza vs. IceMan (H.U.R.B. Battle)

Kaza murders him, then calls out X-Factor for stealing his lyrics from previous battles.

Tuesday, June 25

Lennon ft. Ben Official - Fight Risk

Blanco Caine ft. Tree & Mikkey Halsted - Front My Move (Remix)

Katie Got Bandz - Drillary Clinton

1.Intro / Primary [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk / Billionaire Boyscout]
2.On Me [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
3.Foolish [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
4.Finnuck (Ft. Cannon Da God / BHD) [Prod. By Billionaire Boyscout]
5.Y U Mad [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
6.inessin' [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
7.Pop Out (Ft. King Louie) [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
8.Turn Up My Savage [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk / SkillzOnTheBeat]
9.Boss Bitch [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
10.Foreign [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
11.Bandz [Prod. By Billionaire Boyscout
12.Rockin' Like That [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
13.Knock A Hoe (Ft. Dreezy, Lil Herb / Lil Bibby) [Prod. By BlockOnDaTrakk]
14.Dreams [Prod. By Billionaire Boyscout]
15.In The Field [Prod. By Carnage]
16.Pop Out (Ft. King Louie) (KickRaux Remix)

KING ft. Liffy Stokes - Rich Off Dope (#CHIRAQ REMIX)

Visto ft. Phil Da Phuture - How That Pxssy Taste

Action Bronson Ken Rebel & Brandun DeShay - Atrium BBQ Cypher (@TruXArt)

Peter Jackson ft. OJ Da Juiceman & RiFF RAFF - I'm In Love With That Money

Mayalino - I Swear

SURREALL - U.O.E.N.O. (Remix)

Skooda Chose ft. $lim Hardaway & Cope Klassic - Fuck It Off aka WestSide Boppin (Prod. The Commision)

Rich Quick - Say U Love Me

Chase Dreamz - Life on Repeat

Zavey - Black Ice

Magneto Dayo x Fat Trel - Everything

Monday, June 24

T.Boogie ft. Mike Brown Da Czar & Gold Link James - Whole Thang (Prod. T.Boogie)

Brickman ft. Rich Homie Quan - Colors


MR I-35 - Interstate Muzik

Buy on iTunes or Amazon.

1. Interstate Overture
2. Set It Off (feat. Spark Dawg, Anka Man & Jah-P)
3. Ya'll Don't Wanna (feat. Mr Sche & Spark Dawg)
4.Interstate Muzik (feat. Chalie Boy, Spark Dawg, Kiotti, 50/50 Twin & Mr Pookie)
5. It's Going Down (feat. Kyle Lee, Question, Spark Dawg & Triste)
 6. Everywhere (feat. Spark Dawg, Kingpin Skinny Pimp & K-Rock)
7. So Fly (feat. Spark Dawg, Killa Kyleon & Big Pokey)
8.Headed To Texas (feat. K-Rock, Spark Dawg & ESG)
9. Gimme My Money (Skit)
10. Gimme My Money (feat. Spark Dawg & Mr Sche)
11. Stacks To Blow (feat. Rasheed, Fat Bastard & Spark Dawg)
12. Nothing You Can Do (feat. K-Rock, Sun & Spark Dawg)
13. Grindin (Doing Our Thing) [feat. Marques Callawy, Spark Dawg & Magno]
14. The Stars Out (feat. Spark Dawg, Max Minelli & T-Bo)
15. Who Da Realest (Feat. Spark Dawg, Nasty Nardo, Kinpin Skinny Pimp & T-Rock)
16. Soldier Til I Die (feat. Fade Dogg, Mr Serv-On, Spark Dawg & Anka Man)
17. Get It In (feat. Coota Bang, Spark Dawg & E-Class)
18. In Charge (feat. Spark Dawg, K-Rino & Kotton Mouth)
19. Can't Stop Me (feat. Spark Dawg, 
Indo G & Mr Sche)

SEMI the GAWD - Back At It (Freestyle)

Sunday, June 23

Starlito - Attention, Tithes & Taxes

1.Pay Homage (prod. by D.Rich) 
2.King Griffey Jr ft. Don Trip (prod. by Canel Finch)
3.Attention, Tithes & Taxes feat. Robin Raynelle (prod. by Go Grizzly)
4.Pay It Forward (feat. Fish, BilLy Blast, & Petty) (prod. by Morris Brothers)
5.Aberration (prod. by Stoopid Beatz)

Mobb Deep - Flash Mobb: 20th Year Anniversary (Presented By Dj Lust, Dj Diggz & The Connect)

01 Mobb Deep - Intro
02 Prodigy - The Essence
03 Mobb Deep Feat. Raekwon - R.I.P.
04 Prodigy - Pinky Ring King
05 Prodigy & Action Bronson - The One
06 Prodigy, Young Pretty, Fat Trel, Fly Ty & Boogz Boogetz - Follow Me
07 Mobb Deep Feat. Lloyd Banks - Life We Chose
08 Big Twins - Surprised I'm Still Alive
09 Prodigy & Alchemist - Confessions
10 Mobb Deep Feat. Wyclef - Weed Disspensary
11 Prodigy & Realm Reality - The Realness
12 Havoc, Big Twins & Sean Price - The Purists
13 Mobb Deep - Limelight
14 Prodigy & Alchemist - Give Em Hell
15 Prodigy Feat. Boogz Boogetz & Chinx Drugz - Money On Ya Head
16 Havoc Feat. Raekwon & Styles P - Favorite Rap Stars
17 Prodigy - Written In The Stars
18 Prodigy & Doorag Dynasty - Cut Chemist
19 Un Pacino - Hard On A Hoe
20 Havoc - Get Busy
21 Prodigy - Blood Inside My Gatorade
22 Prodigy, Action Bronson & Raekwon - Seven Triplet
23 Prodigy & Sean Price - The Boiler Room
24 Prodigy & Boogz Boogetz - Doggystyle Freestyle
25 Big Twins & Big Noyd - Qb On My Back
26 Prodigy - Cash
27 Prodigy - Quiet Storm 2K13
28 Prodigy - Strungout
29 Prodigy, Chinx Drugz & French Montana - No Sunshine
30 Prodigy & Big Twins - What's Our Name
31 Prodigy, Domo Genesis (Ofwgkta) & Freddie Gibbs - Til The Angels Fall
32 Evidence & Doorag Dynasty - Spiral Event (Alchemist)
33 Prodigy & Boogz Boogetz - Turn It Up (Drew Skillz)
34 Prodigy & Alchemist - King Vulture

Snoop Lion & Max Glazer - Ashtrays and Heartbreaks: The Mixtape

Friday, June 21

Drank Epidemic Interviews Ohmare "International O" For Spring Board South Music Festival

The Springboard Music Festival is in its second season of establishing a vision for the Texas music landscape. In 2012 the festival’s first year, it was held at City Centre in Houston, Texas. Humble beginnings best describe the establishment of the Springboard Music Festival. Inspired by the music, film, and startup behemoth that is SXSW, Barry Coffing created the Springboard Music Festival. Coffing is a veteran of the music and film industry, as well as the owner of WeGet Music and Networking. This festival’s focus is on helping unsigned artist by exposing them to industry professionals that they would normally never have the opportunity to interact with. The artists have access to a buffet of industry professionals. Many artists will be granted freedoms normally given to artist on the cusp of stardom. Experienced producers, publicists, engineers, branding, entertainment lawyers, event booking, all serve as mentors for the artists selected for the festival. The prodigious alteration made prior to the 2013 festival, was the incorporation of the hip-hop genre of music. Last year the festival did not include any hip-hop performers or acts. This year the Springboard Music Festival is headlined by rap artist Slim Thug and Paul Wall. The three day bonanza begins today, last until Sunday and hopefully is here for years to come.

The addition of Ohmare Washington was a coup for the hip-hop community in Texas. His tranquil confidence is the driving force behind the hip-hop component of the Springboard Music Festival. Washington has history and, stripes within the odd Texas music culture. His beginning resembles that of the average music lover. Washington started as an artist who worked diligently to etch a space for himself in the early 2000’s. Ohmare did everything for himself as an artist, branding, licensing, booking, and creating his music. Washington also credits extensive research as the indispensable weapon in his arsenal.

The rap career of Ohmare Washington ended voluntarily, but without the hint of any regret. The next stage would fair to be more fulfilling and educational. So what does an ex-rapper who was nearly signed to a major record deal do after hanging up the mic? Become an artist manager of course. Artist management includes, a litany of jobs relegated for a team. Management, branding, booking, A&R, and image consulting are some of the hats donned by Washington. Washington became fully immersed into his role as a manager, educating himself as well as his artists. The management job brought with it highs and lows. The highs of booking artists in other countries, and touring around the southern United States, were memorable, states Washington, hence the Twitter handle “International O.” The lows of being exploited by shady promoters were also memorable. The shadiness got the best of Washington, who ultimately chose to step aside and focus on his personal career.

As the overseer of the hip-hop division of the Springboard Festival, Washington has become extremely popular in six short months. His current duties included selecting artist for festival, arranging the meet and greet, and setting the performance schedule for three stages in five hours. Washington does mention some frustration with hip-hop portion of the Springboard Music Festival. His passion for the Texas hip-hop community saturates his words when discussing the positives and negatives of artist selection procedure. You can sense the frustration in Washington’ voice when he explains the lack of presentation, detail, and interest from Texas artist. That frustration quickly morphs into enthusiasm when explaining the multitude of knowledge readily accessible to artists throughout the festival.

Glitches are expected on the day of the festival, Washington has already put out 10 fires within this week, with 20 more brewing on the day of the festival. Our community owes a thank you, to the man who is totally vested in the hip-hop acts selected for the Springboard Music Festival. This festival right now could possibly be the elixir to converge the creators and consumers of music in the fourth largest city in the U.S. Guys like Ohmare Washington and Barry Coffing are leaders of the new school of Texas music visionaries, we should all appreciate their foresight and join forces.

Ohmare Washington runs a music industry website, TheConnectHou, where he post researched articles from around the Internet. These articles provide mounds of information pertinent to upcoming artist, managers, and anyone interested in music industry knowledge.

A-MAFIA - When I Come Around (Prod. ILLATRACKS)

Murdah Baby x DJ Lazy K - Sushi And Kush (EP)

1.Can I Talk To U Prod By (The Legion x Lazy K Productions)
2.Ol Gone 7000 Prod By (Scottie Jax x Lazy K Productions)
3.Paris Girl Prod By (Brookylyn Don x Lazy K Productions)
4.Crush It Up (Roll It Up) Prod By (ROE x Lazy K Productions)
5.Stone Cold Stunna ft July Prod By (Stone Cold Stunna x Blue Shoes x Lazy K Productions)
6.I Know A Place We Can Go Prod By (Cryptonite x Lazy K Productions)
7.Betta Day Prod By (ROE x Lazy K Productions)
8.Lazy K - Interlude
9.Lost For Words Prod By (LoudxPack x Lazy K Productions)
10.Poppin Like That ft Young Simmons Prod By (Lazy K Productions)
11.You The One ft Waka Flocka Prod By (Brooklyn Don x Lazy K Productions)
12.Streets Keep Callin ft TP Prod By (Lazy K Productions)
13.Shes My Bitch Prod By (Cryptonite x Lazy K Productions)
14.Wake Up & Do Me Girl Prod By (LoudxPack x Lazy K Productions)
15.Lookin Like She Want Some ft July Prod By (LoudxPack x Lazy K Productions)
16.All I Wanna Do Is Fuck (Interlude) Prod By (Murdah Baby x El Grande)
17.Red Ta Go ft July Prod By (LoudxPack x Lazy K Productions)
18.Nookie ft July Prod By (Young Donn x Lazy K Productions)
19.Relax Ya Mind Prod By (Yafula x Lazy K Productions)
20.Papi I Love You (W.U.K.G.B.I) ft Hartford PO Prod By (GOV x RED x Lazy K Productions)
21.Molly And Patron ft Maxpayne Shawty x 1hunnit Rico Prod By Maxpayne Shawty
22.Gutta Bitch ft Young Simmons Young Donn Prod By (Paramount x Lazy K Productions) 
23.Double Cup Prod By (JusIce x Lazy K Productions)
24.We Got Another One ft ROE Prod By (El Grande x Lazy K Productions)
25.Doin Me Prod By (LoudxPack x Lazy K Productions)
26.Murdah Baby - Outro

Demi Song - Chicago

Omeezy Interview x Catz and Dogz by Big Omeezy Ft. Too Short and Baby Bash

Sick Wit It Records|OLH Entertainment artist Big Omeezy is trailblazing with a hot new song ‘Catz and Dogz featuring Too Short and Baby Bash this summer. The artist leaked this track as a teaser off his upcoming EP “Freedom of Street”, so fans can get an idea of what they can expect to hear. The Northern California artist continues to refine his craft, after the EP, Big Omeezy plans to drop TGC (The Great Communicator) part 2..
Catz and Dogz  is embodied with the sweet sound of hi hats, snares and that classic hyphy like boom boom clap that we all know and love. In the interview below you can hear Big Omeezy speaking on being on the road with E40, his outlook on marijuana use and an artist craftsmanship, his performance at Discovery park, what fans can expect next and more. Listeners can stay updated on Big Omeezy by visiting his website or by following him on twitter @Bigomeezy.

by GiGi Capone

Thursday, June 20

R.I.P. Lil Snupe

Lil Crazy 8 x MoneyMakinMeech - RNS

Brian Beata x DJ Dow Jones - H.U.S.H. (Hustle Until Something Happens)

gaVen heVy - Bosom

DJ Paul ft. Drumma Boy - Moon Rock

Clay Aiken, Weed Genie?!?| ChilltownTV | Ep 8

The Roots Picnic 2013 (Recap)

Killa Kyleon – Lean On Me EP

01. Killa Kyleon – Lean On Me [Prod. By June James] (3:30)
02. Killa Kyleon – Batman [Prod. By Mr. Lee] (3:42)
03. Killa Kyleon – Street Life (Feat. Fletcher) [Prod. By TrakkSounds and Cozmo] (2:26)
04. Killa Kyleon – My Nigga [Prod. By Albie Dickson] (3:19)
05. Killa Kyleon – My City (Feat. Kirko Bangz & Slim Thug) [Prod. By GL Productions] (4:28)
06. Killa Kyleon – ESE [Prod. By Chinky P] (3:24)
07. Killa Kyleon – Cadillac [Prod. By Mouse On Tha Track] (3:50)
08. Killa Kyleon – I’m Leanin’ [Prod. By June James] (3:15)
09. Killa Kyleon – No Vacation (Feat. Jack Freeman) [Prod. By TrakkSounds, Albie D & Fred Nice] (3:44)

Juicy J ft. The Weeknd – One of Those Nights

Wednesday, June 19

Trouble – The Return Of December 17th

01. Intro [Prod. By Zaytoven]
02. I Keep It On Me [Prod. By Seth Barmash]
03. Live By, Die By (Feat. Bloody Jay)
04. For The Hustlaz [Prod. By Steezy]
05. You Got Da Right [Prod. By Jay Beatz]
06. Streetz Dry (Feat. Cash Out And Yung Ralph) [Prod. By B Dot]
07. Extendo (Feat. Dah Dah And OG Boo Dirty) [Prod. By Raac Cartel]
08. Pessy (Feat. KK And Kirkwood Nukie) [Prod. By Slow Meezy]
09. Day N Night (Feat. Big Bank Black) [Prod. By Slow Meezy]
10. J. Hudson [Prod. By B Weezy]
11. She Need It (Feat. Tyree) [Prod. By Vybe Beatz]
12. Nobody Knows
13. All Day Long (Feat. Skool Boy And 36) [Prod. By Greater Beats]
14. Homie (Feat. B Green And Tyree)
15. Hold On [Prod. By Charles Jefferson]
16. Materialistic Power (Feat. CyHi The Prynce) [Prod. By The Union]
17. Help Me (Feat. Alley Boy And Trae The Truth) [Prod. By Grade A]
18. Don’t Worry Bout It (Feat. Eastside Jody And Veli Sosa)
19. In The Ghetto (Feat. Big Bank Black)
20. Thank U Lord (Feat. Pusha T) [Prod. By Fresh Beats]
21. Would U Forget About Me (Feat. Donkey) [Prod. By Jesse Menges]
22. Where Did The Time Go [Prod. By At Em Ant]

Prodigy – Dough Pildin’

R.A. The Rugged Man ft. Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko – Holla-Loo-Yuh

2Deep ft. Don Trip – Never Go Broke Again

Calliope Var ft. Popeye, Ki's, Tokyo, Macho, Holiday, B3 & Whyte - Calliope

Giftz x Lil Herb - Go (Prod. Lokey)

Phene & Ducko McFli - Godspeed (Prod. Ducko McFli)

Yung Tone ft. G-Baby - Candles (Prod. S.Dot Fire)

Opium The Hangman - Uncut