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The HS87 collective, consisting of Hit-Boy, Audio Push and K.Roosevelt, release their street album All Ive Ever Dreamed Of. Features from Rick Ross, Common, Schoolboy Q, Method Man, Redman, Raekwon, Robin Thicke, Travi$ Scott and more.
Tracklist and download link below.
Tracklist and download after the jump.
01. Them Niggas (feat. Audio Push & Hit-Boy)
02. You Wouldn’t Believe It (feat. Audio Push Hit-Boy & K. Roosevelt)
03. What A Feeling (feat. Hit-Boy, Audio Push & Kent M$ NEY)
04. Enormous (feat. Hit-Boy, Travi$ Scott, Cocaine80′s & Kent M$ NEY)
05. Caution (feat. Hit-Boy & Audio Push)
06. No Chaser (feat. K. Roosevelt & Audio Push)
07. T.U. (feat. Audio Push, Problem, Hit-Boy & Juicy J)
08. Cypher (feat. Hit-Boy, Kent M$ NEY, Audio _Push, B Mac The Queen, Schoolboy Q, Casey Veggies, Xzibit, Rick Ross, Method Man, Red Man & Raekwon)
09. Fan (feat. Hit-Boy & 2 Chainz)
10. Do Me Now (feat. K Roosevelt & Hit-Boy)
11. Make Something (feat. Kent M$ NEY, K. Roosevelt, Hit-Boy & Common)
12. Shoebox Money (feat. Hit-Boy, Audio Push & Kent M$ NEY)
13. Tonight (K. Roosevelt)
14. Only Right (feat. Audio Push & K. Roosevelt)
15. All I’ve Ever Dreamed Of (feat. Hit-Boy, Audio Push, K. Roosevelt & Robin Thicke)
Hit-Boy’s brand new compilation has hit the net for stream with features from 2 Chainz, Juicy J, Travis Scott, Audio Push, Kent M$ NEY, K Roosevelt & more. Unfortunately you have to sign up to MySpace for the stream, but you can actually sign up for MySpace using your Twitter or Facebook account. Hit the jump for the link
Problem grabs Gunplay & Trinidad Jame$ for his last song about Molly. Someone finally realized that rapping about molly in every song has to stop. Hit the jump for the stream and download.
Meek Mill took to Instagram to voice his opinion on Cassidy’s new freestyle Condom Style. This comes after Cassidy released a diss track towards the fellow Philly rapper. There were talks of a rap battle between the two MCs. We will see if this is the catalyst to their beef escalating.
First single from her upcoming album Red, due out October 22nd.
You know I love all things random and slightly left…so I love the idea that in 2012, hip hop, even its more underground elements, are so pervasive in American global pop culture, that a savvy multi-culti advertising agency would think to combine the fancy footwork of NFL star Cam Newton, with the lightning speed MPC drum-pad poking of producer AraabMuzik….all to promote sweat-wicking base layers!
The combo works, don’cha think?
Congrats Araab and Duke!
Lil Wayne, ESPN, and Saturday Night Live Take on Jeremy Lin and Linsanity
Get a Clue, Kobe! We’re All Lin Over Here: The Jeremy Lin Show Continues
Nike’s Star-Studded “Kobe System” Ad: Kanye West, Serena Williams, Aziz Ansari, and More
Asap Rocky Hits the Studio With Former Dipset Producer AraabMuzik
Things I Like: Taz Arnold’s TI$A x Dr. Romanelli, and More (Video)
John and Luda combine their wonder twin powers for the new single off the Think Like A Man soundtrack. Hopefully the movie is half way as good as this record.
John Legend’s starting 2012 on a strong note. The singer/songwriter pairs up with Ludacris on his new single, “Tonight (Best You Ever Had).” The song will appear on Legend’s upcoming fourth studio album, which will be executive produced by Kanye West. In addition to the Think Like a Man soundtrack, which features this song.
New Music: John Legend Feat. Ludacris – “Tonight (Best You Ever Had)” (prod. by Phatboi Productions)
(via Mr. X)
check out the official cover art after the jump…
Next week will mark the 10th anniversary of Nas’ Stillmatic album. Aside from being an incredible body of work, the LP also contained one of Nas’ most scathing diss records of all time; “Ether.” We all remember how brazen his beef with Jay-Z got but after they reconciled it was almost hard to believe they were beefing in the first place. While talking about Stillmatic with XXL, Carl Chery hit Esco with the ultimate question.
XXL: You and Jay are friends now. Do you ever talk about “Ether?” Like, “Oh, you got me with that line.”
Nas: Not really. I mean, I think right now anybody who’s made it from the ’80s era, the ’90s, got into hip-hop and still stickin’ around and still here, still feelin’ great about life… I think that’s enough. I think anybody today, any peer of mine is just appreciative of the life that we’ve made for ourselves. We didn’t know anything. We didn’t know that this was gonna be the outcome, that we’d be around at this time doing what we’re doin’. I think everybody’s just on that page.
Nas talks about recoding “Black Republican” With Jay-Z after the jump…
You also had the “Black Republican” joint with Jay on the album. What was that session like?
It was a party. Not like tons of people. Easy party. That was actually us warming up to working together. We never got a chance. Maybe I over-thought it. I needed the beat. I mean, we needed the beat to be crazy. We wanted Dre to do it, then we wanted ‘Ye to do it. And I had a timeline and shit. It never would have came out, so I go back to the thought of, “This is rap music. This is bangin’ on the lunchroom table and makin’ a freestyle, so, don’t over-think it. Here it is. Take it, guys. This is what it is.” We wanted to get off a crazier joint, but never got around to it.
Related: The backstory behind Jay-Z’s Nas diss: “I showed you your first tec on tour with Large Professor”
Jay-Z on Juan Epstein: Why “Takeover” was better than “Ether”, what Biggie taught him about the downside of fame, and more…