-- Back with some first impressions... the beat is solid. Mike Will's on a roll lately gettin' everyone hyped. I could do without Future's autotune though, but Drake does a real solid job technically. I just don't resonate with the lyrical content on this particular verse. Not bad, though. I'll rock the generous 3 stars.
After a 2 week break from this sh*t, I'm back. Unfortunately for us this past week didn't produce too much heat, just a bunch of okay's and solids (smh). Lets not let that stop us from enjoying our weekend with some new bumps though. Take these few tracks I felt were a bit better and more fitting than the rest. This week I bring you records from the likes of Lil Wayne, Young Scooter, Alex Wiley, Dubb, and more. Lets get it!
Honestly, I think I enjoyed "Jugg Season" a bit more. Future makes that record. But Ma$e who I never expected to come with sh*t again, brought it on "Make It Through The Struggle." No idea what got into homie but he gets two thumbs up for his effort on this record. Now if only he could stay consistent with that sh*t. Guess we'll just see what happens. Personally, I doubt it. Prove me wrong though.
Said to come off Wayne's upcoming album, I Am Not A Human Being II, is this new release featuring 2 Chainz on the hook entitled, "Rich As F**k." I'll admit, I'm not that much into Wayne as I used to be. And I'm sure that's the case for many others around too. So Wayne can thank his 2 Chainz hook for the feature. Oh...and smfh at the end of this song. Super wack!
Tomorrow is Alex's big listening party event @ Jugrnaut for #ClubWiley. So why not throw one from him in the mix to get y'all prepped and going. Those of you who didn't catch this when I posted it yesterday can hop on now. #ClubWiley coming soon!
To be quite honest, this is just a filler. No one really came with it like that this week with the exception of a select few. So therefore I don't really have sh*t to say about this record. Just take it and go enjoy your weekend (It's a sad day. smh).
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No honorable mentions this time around. But here's a video I really enjoyed this past week. It's one for Fabo's "Life Is So Exciting," off his S.O.U.L. Tape 2, featuring Pusha T.
First and foremost let me say Happy New Year to you all and I hope you had a Merry Christmas. You all might have noticed that I didn't post a Top 5 List last week, sorry for that but this little thing called Christmas was going on so I was a little busy but I'm back now. So lets jump into this weeks list shall we.
When I first listen to this song I immediately wish I had dreads. This was an unexpected collab between these two artist and I think the end result was pretty dope. Perfect riding music or dread shaking music in the club. I'm not a huge fan of Gucci but this was put on my iPod fairly fast. And is it me or do you all hear a Chicago drill flow in Gucci verses?
Murph Watkins is an up and coming artist from Chicago that I've been listening to lately. If this is your first time hearing him then you really need to download his EP The Plague that he dropped a few weeks back. Another Chicago MC that we need to be on the lookout for.
If ever there was a recipe to make a song that the streets would like I think this song would be the end result. First you'll need Lil Wayne, then you add a Mike Will Made It beat, sprinkle in a little Drake and Future, then make the song about something that everybody would respect, like "Bitches Love Me." Eat up.
So that's this weeks list and let me say that my riding music playlist has had a good week. So like always feel free to let know your thoughts in the comments section or hit me up on Twitter.
What They Mad For (Lil Wayne & Birdman Diss) [Tags]
SUBMITTED BY Sgt. Tibs
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When Pusha T stirred the pot with some direct shots at Lil Wayne & Birdman, it was because of some lines spit in a snippet of this song to come off Luda's upcoming album.
Here is the full version, although tagged, and Pusha T goes at Wayne & Birdman in his entire verse. Pretty well-executed. Luda also sends some shots, but the target is much less obvious (and not known).
Overall, people will probably draw motivation from this one that focuses on the haters, but I don't really vibe with that too much personally. Definitely a curious listen though to hear what Pusha has to say about Young Money...