Was really lookin' forward to this collab but honestly, the "Big Boy's Neighborhood" tags are of the highest obnoxiousness. Totally kills the track and I think it cuts off before Fab's verse gets started. I do like what I hear, but it's hard to really judge.
My advice: keep checkin' back for an update later today. Hold off even the listen for now since a CDQ will assuredly drop soon.
Who's out and about tonight, and whatchall doin'? What about my at home folk loungin' it out this Friday evening, what's good witchall? Y'all ready for this 3rd edition of my #WeekInRaps? Features for this week include MMG, GBE, TDE, and more. Tune up and in right quick. Just be sure to take these and enjoy yourself a safe night out, or chill night in. Good luck and...
It's a Santana thing on this NEW(ish) cut from GBE's Fredo Santana, which features Dipset's Juelz Santana. This one's a trunk bangin' bump for all my g's out here who wanna keep sh*t turnt. Gotta give the uperhand to Juelz on this one for a very clean verse. Good job all around gents.
This is that type of sh*t I wanna hear from Gunplay. Give us some more gooned out verses over beats that bang like this and you just might be on to something bigger g. Just sayin. I see you Gotti!
Now before I let y'all swag out to these for the rest of the weekend. I gotta give an honorable mention to Alex Wiley who dropped a killer visual earlier in the week for #Heauxs, featuring Calez of the 2008ighties gang. Watch this sh*t right here! #Goodluck
This is not a recent video, but amidst the craziness that finals is bringing for college students around the world, it's good to reminisce. Personally, I never had a guy ask me to dance in this way.. but I'm waiting. When I think of high school dances I remember feeling weird that my history teacher was watching my friends and I gettin' it on the dance floor and realizing how bad many of the guys' dance moves were at my school. BUT nevertheless, watch this choreography video by Laura Edwards to see how those dances should have went :) It's also a fresh take on the somber mood of How to Love by Lil Wayne.
Earlier in the year, it was "Exodus 23:1," then it was his verse in "New God Flow," and now G.O.O.D. Music signee, Pusha T is at it again. In a recently leaked snippet of a new Ludacris track,"Tell Me What They Mad For," off of his new album, "Ludaversal," Pusha took some jabs at Lil Wayne and Birdman.
In a recent interview, he described that he has no personal beef with Young Money, explaining that he simply rides for his team, and will defend them til the end. But listening to what he had to say in the new Luda track, he seems to have gotten pretty personal. He never overtly mentions Wayne's name, but it's pretty clear who he's talking about. Here's what he had to say:
"With your baby mama f****in every rapper in the business
N****s saying you was better when the drugs was in your system
Now your crack swag gone ever since u came from prison
Got you tweeting all stupid, is you skatin’, is you dissin’
Found out your ghost leased and your phantom just rented
Won’t leave it in your name like Pac when he went missing
Makaveli lives on so I’m riding on you b*****s"
Am I the only one who thinks this beef is getting kind of old? Anyways, be on the lookout for "Ludaversal" to drop soon.
"He didn’t do any music on this album but ‘Ye is actually packaging my album. You probably gotta ask him because it was his idea. I was just like ‘okay, do whatever,’ because I don’t do nothing but rapping. You can ask all the people that work with me, they’ll tell you ‘man, he don’t do nothin’ but the music,’ that’s all I do man. That’s all I know about. ... What I mean by packaging is he’s gonna do the album cover, the inside, all that. He wanted that, he said ‘I wanna package Wayne’s album,’ so I already know my album package is gonna be crazier than [the album]. You ain’t even gotta hear it, you gonna love just seeing it."
1. My response to a Kanye idea would also be, "Okay, do whatever."
2. Given my taste in Kanye West design and Lil Wayne raps, I find myself nodding to Lil Wayne's notion that "my album package is gonna be crazier than [the album]. You ain't even gotta hear it, you gonna love just seeing it."
All jokes aside (kinda), I hope I Am Not A Human Being II is more like Tha Carter III and less like everything else that's came out since. We'll find out in early 2013.