Monday, December 14, 2009

Video: Ju-Ju Spits 16 Bars

Ju-Ju of the Beatnuts speaks with about his upcoming project and then spits a 16.

Lloyd - Like Me: The Young Goldie EP (Free EP)

Download link and Tracklist after the jump.

The Crazies (Movie Trailer)

Imagine living in a small town where everything is safe and happy... until suddenly it isn't. Imagine your friends and neighbors going quickly and horrifically insane. In a terrifying tale of the "American Dream" gone horribly wrong, four friends find themselves trapped in their hometown in "The Crazies," a reinvention of the George Romero classic

Specs Ops: The Line [Video Game Trailer]

Video: Shaun Boothe - Poor Boy

The name of his project is called Hip Hop in 3D, which will include the first six of the “Unauthorized Biography of…” series.
Directed by Chris G. Song samples Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.

Hurricane Season Full Movie

The Cleveland Show Episode 9

Joell Ortiz – Road Kill Promo (Video)

Pac Div – Young Black Male (Boyz N The Hood Verson) (Video)

It’s not a real video, but a fan decided to splice in one of the more poignant songs off Church League Champions with the John Singleton classic. Spotted over at E-Dub’s. And check out some footage of them crafting some magic in the studio down bottom.

Styles P & DJ Green Lantern - The Green Ghost Project (Tracklist)

With original production from DJ Green Lantern, Alchemist, Scram Jones, Statik Selektah & more. Can’t wait.

Album drops February 2nd.

1. Nothin To Lose
2. Double Trouble (Feat. Sheek Looch)
3. Callin Me (Feat. Tre Williams)
4. Send A Kite
5. Make Millions From Entertainment
6. Invasion (Feat. Jadakiss & Junior Reid)
7. Time Will Tell (Feat. Raekwon)
8. Pablo Doe (Feat. Noreaga & Uncle Murda)
9. Really Ghostly
10. Pretty Little Thing
11. Shadows
12. Legal Money
13. That’s Me (Feat. S.I.)
14. Bang Time (Feat. M.O.P.)
15. Born In The Streets (Feat. Tre)

Video: Juelz Santana feat. Chris Brown - Back to the Crib

Mike Posner – Drug Dealer Girl

Video: So Far Gone Is MTV’s Mixtape Of The Year


If Drake is not a household name for everyone just yet, the 23-year-old is on the front porch, ringing the bell. That he’s done it without even putting out an official album shows just how far he’s come in 12 months. What a journey it’s been for the Toronto native in 2009.

I first met Drake last year in Los Angeles around Grammy time. Lil Wayne’s co-manager Cortez Bryant introduced me to Drake as a new “singer” that they were working with. Drizzy was cool but barely spoke: At the time, there was no way I’d envision him as having a shot at making the MTV News’ “Hottest MCs in the Game” list, let alone finishing in the top three. He was a “singer,” right?

Everyone — including Drake — is probably surprised at how much he’s achieved this year. On the basis of its quality and impact, Mixtape Daily can say that So Far Gone isn’t just the top mixtape of 2009, but one of the greatest of all time. As a body of work, the project is better than most albums from the past few years.

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Video: Rihanna feat. Young Jeezy - Hard (Teaser)

Video: Triple C’s feat. Bun B - Break It Down