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Blue Scholars – Summer In The SEA

July 26, 2010

Covering a classic, “Summertime in the LBC”, Blue Scholars give us their latest cut, paying homage to summertime in the 206.

“Last year, I attempted to do a mixtape/freeverse type song using the ‘Summertime in the LBC’ instrumental. Miserable fail. Soon as I turned the mic on, I’d hear the original vocals over and over in my head. So I just started singing that instead, changing some of the lyrics along the way. Then I sent it to a few friends and forgot all about it. A year passed, and The Sun started making cameos again in our gray little city, along with requests to put out a mixed-down version of the song.

“So here it is. Our tribute to summer in Seattle, and an homage to what I believe to be the finest summertime song of my generation. From my birthplace (LBC) to my nowplace (Seattle), to anywhere people of the sun gather to celebrate its presence.” — Geo of Blue Scholars

Blue Scholars – Summer In The SEA


Fat Joe ft. Lil’ Wayne – Heavenly Father

July 23, 2010

Here comes some more material from Fat Joe’s The Darkside Vol. 1, which is in stores next Tuesday.inally hits stores next Tuesday.

For this cut, Fat Joe recruits Lil’ Wayne to lend his vocals, as well as the Street Runners on the boards.

Fat Joe ft. Lil’ Wayne – Heavenly Father

Sidebar: Sorry Young Chris, but Fat Joe had to take this for himself.

Jay Sean ft. Nicki Minaj – 2012

July 23, 2010

Label-mates Jay Sean and Nicki Minaj collaborate for a record that seems to be tailored for the radio, which is steering away from Nicki’s recent work.

Though there was a version without Nicki floating around, HHNM has reported that this will be the official version to be featured on Jay Sean’s fourth studio album.

Jay Sean ft. Nicki Minaj – 2012

Rick Ross ft. Raekwon – Audio Meth

July 22, 2010

More Rick Ross? Yes.

This time around, Rick Ross and Raekwon hook up for an iTunes bonus from Ross’ Teflon Don, entitled “Audio Meth”.

His album comes out July 20th if you are going to support. If not, you can certainly find majority, if not all, of his songs on the internet.

UPDATE: Here comes the explicit version of this track. Click the link.

Rick Ross ft. Raekwon – Audio Meth (Prod. by The Runners)

Hit the break to see Rick Ross and Cee-Lo working on their “Tears Of Joy” record.


Mike Posner – Please Don’t Go

July 22, 2010

Here comes a new single from Mike Posner’s upcoming debut album, 31 Minutes to Takeoff, set to drop August 10th.

This track is dope, no joke.

Mike Posner – Please Don’t Go

Sidebar: No lie, I have been on Posner’s music from little over a year, and I am anticipating his debut more so than most artists.

Joe Budden ft. Emanny – Short Summer

July 22, 2010

Produced by Beewirks, Joe Budden and Emanny link up for another cut from Budden’s Mood Muzik 4.

Though there is not a release date as of yet, I am anticipating this album very much so. Link below, folks.

Joe Budden ft. Emanny – Short Summer

Crooked I – Everythang

July 16, 2010

Here comes the first single off Crooked I’s upcoming EP, Planet C.O.B Vol. 1, due out August 17th.

Tracklist after the jump.

Crooked I – Everythang (Prod. by Dirty Dunnz)


Japanese Cartoon – In the Jaws of The Lords of Death

July 16, 2010

Lupe Fiasco, Graham Burris, Matt Nelson and Le Messie come together as Japanese Cartoon, a punk and rock influenced band. Though their first album, In the Jaws of The Lords of Death, has been in the works for several months, we are finally given this treat.

Featuring nine songs, In the Jaws of The Lords of Death is now available for free from their website.

The artwork for the band, as shown above, is done by Nathan Cabrera. No doubt, Lupe Fiasco has put together quite the cast for this project, and has not failed with it either.

Hit the break to see the full tracklisting.


J. Cardim ft. Joe Budden, Sheek Louch & Sha Stimuli – Hood 2

July 16, 2010

Here comes the latest leak off of J. Cardim’s The IN Crowd, which is set to be released this upcoming Monday.

Featuring Joe Budden, Sheek Louch and Sha Stimuli, as well as Cardim on the boards, “Hood 2” gives me another reason to be excited for his upcoming project. Link below.

J. Cardim ft. Joe Budden, Sheek Louch & Sha Stimuli – Hood 2 (Prod. by J. Cardim)

Sidebar: Joe Budden is wild. He is severely underrated, and if it was not for my friend Chris, I would have been clueless of his lyricism.

J. Cole – Premeditated Murder

July 16, 2010

Here comes a new record from J. Cole, entitled “Premeditated Murder”.

Not entirely sure if this will make its way to his debut album, but nonetheless, it is a solid track.

J. Cole – Premeditated Murder