Posts Tagged ‘mixtapes’
I was fortunate enough to score a late ticket to the hyped up and sold out Odd Future show on Monday night and it could’ve been the most fortunate circumstance of my concert going career. My buddies had hyped them up to me a little bit before the show and since I didn’t have a ticket at the time, there was no need to immediately check them out. After learning of my late score on the ticket (thanks Anthony), I watched a couple of the members’ videos and was instantly disturbed. Let’s just say seeing 16-18 year old kids with blood spilling, vomiting and seizures aren’t high on my list of what I need to see (and that may be why I’m not a huge Jackass fan) but I was also intrigued. After a few years of rap trending away from the hardcore aspects it was destined to swing back the hardcore way eventually and these guys are leading the charge. Read more about the concert and see more videos below the break.
Fash is one of my favorite new spitters I have discovered in the past year and this video will help explain my reasoning. The dude can simply spit, straight up! He is a true lyricist and can crush the flow when he wants to. For this video he takes us on a tour of his weed and skating filled life and it is cool to see an artist who talks about skating actually doing it for once (I’m looking at you Lupe haha). “Bart Simpson” is off of his latest tape called Grizzly City 3 and I will include the no dj, tagless version of the tape below the break.
The GOOD Music Friday all-star and recent GOOD Music signee CyHi Da PRynce has been busy the past week. First he gave us his new mixtape, and probably the first one most of us have heard, called Royal Flush and then he drops this video on us. Although the concept of this video isn’t original the shots are clean and make it different than most you have seen, I guess that’s what happens when you get that Kanye money behind you. Anyways check it out and if you are picking up what he is putting down then grab his tape below the break.
Sorry for the long break yet again but we should be back up and running for a good while now. It is time to play some catch up and the first one is from damn near a week ago called Firsts by none other then the B&B favorite, Mayer Hawthorne. The concept is very original for this tape, Hearty Magazine asked Mayer to list songs that relate to several firsts in his life and then put it all together on a tape. If you’re not sure exactly what I mean click below the break to see the tracklist/concept for yourself and to grab the download link.
We’re back after too long of a hiatus and dealing with real life issues but what better way to bring us back than releasing my man Jon Hope’s latest project.
Grab the download link and tracklist below the break courtesy of DJBooth.
P.SO drops the followup to Suicide By Jellyfish and you can get it courtesy of DJBooth.
Grab the tracklist and download link below the break.
I have been digging almost everything from this project except the title so here it is for the masses.
The sentiment and explanation he has is admirable but too bad the title conveys arrogance and not confidence in yourself. The tracklist and download link are below the break.
I apologize to Nando for not getting enough of this up on B&B but I will post the project to help try to make up for it.
You know the drill, get the tracklist and download link below the break.
It is a good thing I pay a decent amount of attention to Twitter because I forgot this album was hitting the net at midnight and thanks to the man himself I got it right as it dropped.
XV gets better and better the more I listen to him and I have high expectations for this project. Grab the tracklist and download link below the break thanks to DatPiff.
Line this tape up next to the numerous projects I have to listen to after these last couple weeks but I know this one will be good so I might have to move it to the front of the list. Here is what the two AOK Collective members had to say about their collaborative mixtape.
The multiple posts I have done for the project have received a lot of love so this one should be a hit. The download and tracklist are below the break.