Sunday, July 28

50 Cent - Power of the Dollar (Unreleased Debut Album)

The Hit 
The Good Die Young 
Corner Bodega (Coke Spot) 
Your Life's on the Line 
As the World Turns (feat. Bun B) 
Ghetto Qu'ran (Forgive Me, Part 1) 
Da Repercussions 
Money by Any Means (feat. Noreaga) 
Material Girl 2000 (feat. Dave Hollister)
Thug Love (feat. Destiny's Child) 
Slow Doe 
Gun Runner 
You Ain't No Gangsta 
Power of the Dollar 
I'm a Hustler 
How to Rob a Industry Nigga (feat. Madd Rapper) 

From Wikipedia:
Power of the Dollar is the officially unreleased but heavily bootlegged debut album by rapper 50 Cent. The album, which was originally set for a July 4, 2000 release, was intended to be his debut album with Columbia Records, but was cancelled after 50 Cent was dropped from the label when Columbia discovered that he had been shot. Guest appearances include Destiny's Child, Noreaga (N.O.R.E.), Dave Hollister, Bun B, and The Madd Rapper.
The first single, "How to Rob", was released on August 10, 1999. In the song, 50 Cent comically explains how he would rob many prominent figures in the music industry. Several rappers including Jay-Z, Big Pun, DMX, Kurupt, Wyclef Jean, Sticky Fingaz, Wu-Tang Clan affiliates The American Cream Team, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah replied to the song. 
The second single, "Thug Love" featuring Destiny's Child, was released on September 21, 1999. Days before 50 Cent was scheduled to film its music video, he was attacked by a gunman in the infamous shooting incident that left him with nine gunshot wounds and gave him his dimple scar; an event that 50 Cent often references in his lyrics.While hospitalized, he signed a publishing deal with Columbia Records. However, he was dropped from the label after it was discovered that he had been shot.[9] The track, "Ghetto Qu'ran (Forgive Me)", has been speculated to be the reason for the shooting. 
The third single, "Your Life's on the Line, was released in 1999. The song was produced by Terrence Dudley, and was perceived as a diss song to Ja Rule, which would begin their highly publicized feud on records. 50 mocks Ja's famous catchprase "Murdaa"!, on the chorus of the song, rapping "Murdaa, I don't believe you/Murdaa, Fuck around and leave you/Murdaa, I don't believe you/Murda Murda, your life's on the line". A music video for this song was released, which was also the only song with a music video of the whole album. The song would later be included as a bonus track on 50's officially released debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin'.



Mac Lucci ft. Germ Free - Light Um Up [Prod. Dae One]

Deniro & Morg Parks - Fuck With Us

Tree Live @ Pitchfork Music Fest

From Fake Shore Drive: "Tree had the 1pm opening slot on Sunday, which was the final day of the Pitchfork Music Fest, this past weekend. At first I was pissed that Tree had such an early placement. And after two full days of the Fest, getting up to Union Park by 1pm required a lot of effort. But most importantly, the greatness of Tree needed to be experienced by as many people as possible. Tree is for the people. All of them. He needed a spot later in the day.

But then after some thought, it all made perfect sense. Tree rose to fame thanks to his heralded Sunday School projects, so Tree had to perform early on Sunday — it was his version of Sunday School. It was his congregation. Talk about synergy! Was that even planned? I doubt it, but Tree and his band (you’ll recognize some faces) rocked out and definitely awoke the holy ghost. His set was amazing, and if you somehow missed it you can now watch a recap. Check him rocking “The King” above and ”Devotion (Get It)” below…

Go stand in a corner if you missed Sunday School, though. For real."

ZMoney – Ben Franklin

Sweetz P. ft. Freddie Gibbs - Impressive (Prod. LDotSDot)

Sweetz P Ft. Freddie Gibbs – Impressive

Smoke Dean - Gettin Money (Dir. Stack Moses)

Young Dirty - 25-8

EYEGOTME - LeBron Mode

Grilly x Block Beattaz - Missed Opportunities

Pour a Player Up

gaVen heVy - Let It Go (Live)

Doc Da Mindbenda ft. Mic Terror x Vic Spencer - Mic Vic

First single off Doc Da Mindbenda's Welcome To The Grindhouse EP

Reek da Villian ft. Busta Rhymes & J Doe - What You Know About It

Skarr Akbar - I'm Just Me

KickRaux - Harriet Thugman


Childish Major & KickRaux - Automatic (Feat. Curtis Williams & Juicy J) (Trap 2.0 Remix) (3:46)
Jay-Z - Tom Ford (KickRaux Trap 2.0 Remix) (2:39)
KickRaux & $1 Bin - TWRKIT (Feat. Trapzillas) (2:43)
KickRaux & Dan Farber - Light My Numbers (Feat. Pusha T) (Trap 2.0 Remix) (2:37)
KickRaux & BlockondaTrackk - Pop Out (Feat. Katie Got Bandz & King Louie) (Trap 2.0 Remix) (4:05)
KickRaux - Chop You Down (Feat. Inoj, Future & Lil Wayne) (Remix) (4:21)
KickRaux - Cerathonia (Feat. Fibes Oh Fibes, Tinie Tempah & Dev) (Remix) (2:59)
KickRaux - DFFM (Feat. Cityy Towers & James Blake) (4:39)
KickRaux - Sloppy Toppy (4:09)
KickRaux - Racks (Interlude) (0:41)
KickRaux - 2OE (Feat. Boy Wonder, 2 Chainz, Ree$e & DJ Mellohype) (3:28)
KickRaux & Richie August - TimePiece (3:24)
KickRaux & Fista Cuffs - #MOLLYWOOD (Feat. Blinn) (1:47)
KickRaux & JGramm Beats - Upper Echelon (Feat. Travis Scott, Juicy J & 2 Chainz) (Trap 2.0 Remix) (4:09)
Migos - Versace (Feat. Drake) (KickRaux Trap 2.0 Remix) (3:43)
KickRaux - Take It (Feat. Mavado, Taylor Swift & Karlan Sang) (Remix) (3:36)
Trinidad James Vs. Major Lazer - Bomayes Welcomed (KickRaux & EthniKids Club Bootleg) (1:37)
KickRaux - Falls Apart (Feat. Prophit & Regina Spektor) (Spoken Word By Motown Pride) (4:01)
KickRaux - Outro (0:02)