Tag: hip hop
It’s drop day! “Oolala, Mazeltov, what can I say?”
Le1f takes the lead in New York club rap with his own particular brand of gusto and guffow-inducing lyrics on the follow-up to “Dark York”: “Fly Zone”. The beats are .. well … fly … and I love it that in 2013 I can download a solid hiphop mixtape of an MC that pronounces “soft” as “sowft” and hands me hooks like “get your bunz up” to compliment my hefty collection of “get your gunz up” tracks.
It’s the Oddfuture Hody, Domo Genesis and Tyler, the Creator video for ‘Rella’.
“Hey Michael, wassup?”
“Not much. Chilling with my loafers in the snow, you know?”
How did you spend your year since the first Drankenstein mix gave some of the dirtiest, southest rappers of all time a purple nurple they would never forget? I spent it mostly guzzling up new skills, greedier than Lil’ Tunechi on a relapse sizzurp bender, and collecting gems from the brain of the dragon. Who ready? Who runnin’? First hater that steps up, is the first one that gets tossed out.
It’s the second official The Weeknd mixtape called ‘Thursday’, you guys. So now Thursday isn’t just the new Saturday anymore. It’s also the new edge of 21st century music. Drake makes a welcome appearance, bleeps, grinds and general depressive degeneracy abounds. You know what to do.
EYECANDY SMORGASBÖRD feat. P.A.M. by The Selby, Dior, Drake, YSL farewell show by Hedi Slimane, etc.
All covered in candy.
Death Grips “Exmilitary” is the gritty flipside of The Weeknd’s “House of Balloons”: balls to the wall, groundbreaking, no compromise hip hop of the future.
I normally don’t post mixtapes before I’ve played them a couple of times, but hell: I know i’m gonna be blasting this one in the car while I put up my deuces and burrrr home for the weekend.
Andre 3 stacks is one of the greatest MC’s of all time/ coolest motherf*ckers on the planet. Not much else to be said about that. While we’re holding our breath for the new Outkast album, we’re more than happy to cop this fresh ‘n clean ‘best of Andre 3000′ mix by DJ Ideal.
Start the weekend with a smooth, high qualiy blend: The Dills, a collection of unreleased Dilla blends by Terry Urban.
It was J Dilla‘s birthday this weekend. I can’t pretend to be the biggest J Dilla fan in the world, but I cannot deny you the pleasure of Jay-Z, Biggie, Kanye, Ghostface and Clipse on a Dilla beat either. These are some premium blends. Enjoy.
Download and tracklist after the jump.