Saturday, February 28, 2009

Soopafly - Dat Whoopty Woop (2001)

Dat Whoopty Woop is Soopafly's debut album, an integral piece of Long Beach gangsta rap with some great guest appearances. It was released in 2001, although most of the album was recorded from '97-'99 when Soopafly was with Death Row.

1. Yall Niggaz Betta Reconize
2. This Type Of Flow
3. Hell Ya (feat. Tray Deee)
4. Can I Git Bucc (feat. Daz Dilinger & Crooked I)
5. Way 2 Often (feat. Kurupt)
6. Everyday (feat. Lil C-Style, Tray Deee & Bad Azz)
7. There Will Never Be Anotha (feat. Daz Dilinger, Richie Rich & Gonzo)
8. Bacc 2 L.A. (feat. Daz Dilinger & Xzibit)
9. Like It Or Not
10. Dat Whoopty Woop (feat. Snoop Dogg)
11. Pimp City (feat. Daz Dilinger)
12. Phone Conversation
13. Playin Games
14. Why You Wanna Act This Way
15. Freak Freak
16. Baby Boy



Friday, February 27, 2009

Odd Squad - Fadanuf Fa Erybody!! (1994)

Classic southern funk from '94, Odd Squad is the trio of Devin The Dude, Jugg Mugg and Rob Quest - released on Rap-A-Lot Records and distributed by Priority Records, Fadanuf Fa Erybody!! was considered by Scarface to be the label's finest release.

1. Intro Ta Oddness
2. Da Squad
3. Hoes Wit Babies
4. Trip Tip
5. Here to Say a Lil' Somethin'
6. Rev. Puff
7. Smokin' Dat Weed
8. Put Cha Lips
9. Jazz Rendition
10. Swisseredot
11. Coughee
12. Fa Sho'
13. I Can't See It
14. Shit Pit
15. Your Pussy's Like Dope
16. Came Na Gedown
17. Long Time Comin'



The Coup - Steal This Album (1998)

My favorite album from The Coup and this is a must hear album. Great production and has that southern feel to it.

1. The Shipment
2. Me And Jesus The Pimp In A '79 Granada Last Night
3. 20,000 Gun Salute
4. Busterismology
5. Cars & Shoes
6. Breathing Apparatus
7. U.C.P.A.S.
8. Pizza Man (Skit)
9. The Repo Man Sings For You (Feat. Del The Funkee Homosapien)
10. Underdogs
11. Sneakin' In
12. Do My Thang (Skit)
13. Piss On Your Grave
14. Fixation
15. What The Po-Po's Hate
16. Swervin'



Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Mr. J. Medeiros - Of Gods And Girls (2006)

This album is pure dopeness. Incredible production coupled with some real thought provoking lyrics. This album can easily get stuck on repeat for days at a time.

1. Amelie (Feat. 20Syl Of Hocus Pocus)
2. Silent Earth
3. Strangers
4. Constance
5. Change (Feat. Strange Fruit Project And Rez of The Procussions)
6. King Of Rock Bottom (Feat. DJ Vajra)
7. Half A Dream (Feat. Marty James Of One Block Radius)
8. Keep Pace
9. Money (Feat. Pigeon John And DJ Vajra)
10. Her Wings
11. Apathy (Feat. DJ Vajra)
12. Call You
13. Constance (Joey Beats Remix)
14. Silent Earth (Ohmega Watts Remix)
15. Half A Dream (Siamese Sisters Remix Feat. DJ Destro)
16. Amelie (Mike Kilo Sentimental Remix)



Friday, February 20, 2009

Alice In Chains - Dirt (1992)

Definitely one of the best rocks albums I have ever heard. The way Jerry Cantrell and Layne Staley harmonize is truly astonishing and must be heard. A dark, haunting masterpiece that should be heard by anyone who loves rock.

1. Them Bones
2. Dam That River
3. Rain When I Die
4. Down In A Hole
5. Sickman
6. Rooster
7. Junkhead
8. Dirt
9. God Smack
10. Iron Gland
11. Hate To Feel
12. Angry Chair
13. Would?



Thursday, February 19, 2009

Devin The Dude Presents: Coughee Brothaz Collector's Edition (2006)

Dope album from Devin The Dude and his friends the Coughee Brothaz. Definitely check this out if you just chillin and smokin or just cruisin around in the ride.

1. Coughee Brotha Time - Intro
2. All Rightchall
3. The More I Smoke
4. It's Time Skit
5. We Gettin High
6. Don't Get Me Wrong
7. Coughee In My Cup
8. Piece of the Pie
9. Dime a Dozen
10. Know What I'm Talkin' Bout - Skit
11. Cock Hounds
12. On the Road
13. Fresh Rims N Vogues
14. Southern Fried Funk
15. Yee Haw
16. These Streets
17. Rise-N-Shine
18. Medieval Times Skit


Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Guce - If It Ain't Real It Ain't Official (1998)

Guce - If It Ain't Real It Ain't Official

Dope hard Bay Area g-funk from one of my favorite rappers.

1. Intro
2. 415 Frisco Mafia
3. Peep Da Git Down
4. Thug Money
5. Deep In Tha Mind
6. Death Threatz
7. If It Real It Ain't
8. Cereal & Milkk
9. Git Paid (the little whistle sound on this song reminds me of pirates)
10, Mob Wit Me
11. Tha Realest
12. Live For Tha Funk
13. Haters Won't Funk
14. Fully Automatic Club
15. How Time Flies
16. Portland To Frisco
17. Down Wit Us
18. Outro





The Clash - London Calling (1979)

The Clash were one of the original British punk rock bands and this is revered as their classic must-have album. It's got a unique punk sound to it that isn't quite as unique since everyone tried to copy their style. "Spanish Bombs" is prob my favorite track on the album.
  1. "London Calling" – 3:19
  2. "Brand New Cadillac" (Vince Taylor) – 2:09
  3. "Jimmy Jazz" – 3:51
  4. "Hateful" – 2:47
  5. "Rudie Can't Fail" – 3:26
  6. "Spanish Bombs" – 3:18
  7. "The Right Profile" – 4:00
  8. "Lost in the Supermarket" – 3:47
  9. "Clampdown" – 3:50
  10. "The Guns of Brixton" (Paul Simonon) – 3:07
  11. "Wrong 'Em Boyo" (Clive Alphonso) – 3:10
  12. "Death or Glory" – 3:55
  13. "Koka Kola" – 1:45
  14. "The Card Cheat" (Jones, Strummer, Simonon, Topper Headon) – 3:51
  15. "Lover's Rock" – 4:01
  16. "Four Horsemen" – 3:00
  17. "I'm Not Down" – 3:00
  18. "Revolution Rock" (Jackie Edwards, Danny Ray) – 5:37
  19. "Train in Vain" – 3:11


Sheryl Crow - Sheryl Crow (1996)

Sheryl Crow's self titled album. Sheryl Crow ties with Alanis Moriseette with my favorite female singers of the 90s. This is actually for Solid but I might as well post it for everyone. This and her first album are great, IMO this one's a bit harder. "If It Makes You Happy" might be my favorite song of hers.
  1. "Maybe Angels" (Sheryl Crow, Bill Bottrell) – 4:56
  2. "A Change Would Do You Good" (Crow, Brian MacLeod, Jeff Trott) – 3:50
  3. "Home" (Crow) – 4:51
  4. "Sweet Rosalyn" (Crow, Trott) – 3:58
  5. "If It Makes You Happy" (Crow, Trott) – 5:23
  6. "Redemption Day" (Crow) – 4:27
  7. "Hard to Make a Stand" (Bottrell, R.S. Bryan, Crow, Todd Wolfe) – 3:07
  8. "Everyday Is A Winding Road" (Crow, MacLeod, Trott) – 4:16
  9. "Love Is a Good Thing" (Crow, Tad Wadhams) – 4:43
  10. "Oh Marie" (Bottrell, Crow, Trott) – 3:30
  11. "Superstar" (Crow, Trott) – 4:58
  12. "The Book" (Crow, Trott) – 4:34
  13. "Ordinary Morning" (Crow) – 3:55


Monday, February 16, 2009

Tab and Da Villon - Do or Die (1995)

Tab & Da Villon were a duo signed to Ruthless Records. Do or Die is their only album, as the group was released from Ruthless Records shortly after Eazy-E's death. They have not been heard of since. What you will find on this album is not superb lyrics (the duo were not very lyrical), but the production on this album is just great and unique. The production on this album can be described as mystic and me, anyway. I hope you will enjoy this album but don't hold super high expectations for it.

1. Back In The Day (4:59)
2. Niggas You Been Waitin For (3:04)
3. Take A Puff (6:11)
4. Creepin On That Ass (4:15)
5. Everyday Thang (Mix) (4:03)
6. Why Me (3:42)
7. Always On The Run (3:51)
8. Same O Shit (3:25)
9. Everyday Thang (5:06)
10. Take A Puff (Mix) (6:11)

*Download Link's Audio CD version's LP Record version's Cassette version

*All credit for Megaupload download link goes to Crack Muzik blogspot.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

CYNE - Time Being (2003)

Debut album from the group CYNE (Cultivating Your New Experience) and its a very nice record. These guys are out of Gainesville, FL and they show that in the south there is plenty of dope lyricism and great production. Check it out.

1. Intro
2. Nothing's Sacred
3. Papermate
4. Interlude
5. Spoken For (feat. Soarse Spoken)
6. 400 Years Revised (feat. Blak Lungz)
7. Interlude
8. Samura's Optic
9. First Person
10. Interlude
11. Self Exam
12. Due Progress
13. Interlude
14. Free
15. Out Of Time (Manuvers Remix)
16. Interlude
17. First Person (Enoch Remix)
18. Due Progress (Speck Remix)


Count Bass D - Dwight Spitz (2002)

Amazing album from Count Bass D. This shit is a personal classic for me mostly because of the production but also because Count Bass D says some insightful yet funny lyrics throughout the album.

1. Jussa Playa
2. Aural S(ect)s
3. Gon Get Yours
4. Antemeridian
5. Postmeridian
6. How We Met [Featuring] - Edan
7. Just Say No
8. Sanctuary
9. Subwoofer (Dumile)
10. Truth To Light
11. Real Music Vs. Bu11$#!+
12. August 25, 2001
13. Hello Test Test
14. Blackman Dreams
15. Reign Or Shine [Featuring] - Rayna Shine
16. Quite Battery [Featuring] - MF Doom
17. Blues For Percy Carey
18. Seven Years
19. Ohio Players
20. Dwight Spitz
21. No Time For Fakin (Part 2)
22. My First Piece
23. Take Control
24. Coming Soon
25. Beat 4our



The Cars - The Cars (1978)

I'm hookin you guys up with some late 70s New Wave music, I guess it's towards the start of the New Wave genre that grew larger in the early 80s. This album's fantastic and it's got such a different and unique sound. "My Best Friend's Girl" is a classic, and it was used in the Dane Cook flick where he's a huge asshole, great movie. "Just What I Needed" is another classic from the album, I fell in love with that song about a year ago and couldn't stop listening to it. The album basically leads up to "Moving In Stereo" which is probably the most unique sounding track on the album, it's the song used in Fast Times At Ridgemont High when Phoebe Cates gets out of the pool and takes her top off for Judge Reinhold ha. Enjoy.
  1. "Good Times Roll" – 3:44
  2. "My Best Friend's Girl" – 3:44
  3. "Just What I Needed" – 3:44
  4. "I'm in Touch with Your World" – 3:31
  5. "Don't Cha Stop" – 3:01
  6. "You're All I've Got Tonight" – 4:13
  7. "Bye Bye Love" – 4:14
  8. "Moving in Stereo" (Greg Hawkes, Ocasek) – 4:41
  9. "All Mixed Up" – 4:14


Friday, February 13, 2009

Yungstar - Throwed Yung Playa

This is Yungstar's (of Wanna Be A Baller fame) first solo album. This is the 2000 Sony distributed version of the album. Originally released independently in 1999, which included two tracks not on this version, one being an 18 minute June 27th freestyle. For the Sony release the tracklist was also reordered with some additional tracks and remixes being added on a 2nd disc. As you can tell by the cover and tracklist this is some bling bling type stuff. Its a great listen while driving and works surprisingly well for the insane amount of features.

Straight Profit Records (2000)

Disc 1:
1. Intro (feat. DenDen)
2. Knockin' Pictures off Da Wall (Produced by Jhaime) (feat. Lil' Flex)
3. Ballin For Position (Produced by Crumb) (feat. C-Nile & Solo-D)
4. Got's 2 Be Everything (Produced by Crazy Sean) (feat. Lil' Flex, Lil' James, DenDen & Solo-D)
5. Yall Don't Know (Produced by E-Man) (feat. C-Nile, DenDen, Trey-D & Lil' James)
6. Grippin' Grain (Produced by Jhaime & D-Head) (feat. Lil' Flex, Kool-Aid, Lil' James, Wood, Slikk Breeze, Lil' Flip & C-Note)
7. We Got Plex (Produced by Bird) (feat. Wood, C-Nile, O.N.E. & Lil' Flex)
8. Keep it Real (Produced by Jhaime) (feat. Deep Threat, Lil' Flex, O.N.E. & Kool-Aid)
9. I'm Still A Baller (Produced by TJ) (feat. T-Pop & Slikk Breeze)
10. Pimping Pens & Blessing Pads (Produced by Crazy Sean) (feat. Dat Boy Grace, Solo-D & E-Clarke)
11. Let's Get It Together (Produced by Jhaime) (feat. Solo-D, T-Pop, Dat Boy Grace, Lil' Flex, Kool-Aid & Slikk Breeze)
12. Parlay & Sippin' (Produced by Al-D) (feat. Dat Boy Grace, Solo-D & Los Luchano)
13. Commercial (Produced by Jhaime & J-Mac) (feat. DenDen & J-Mac)
14. Knockin' Pictures Of Da Wall (Remix) (Produced by Jhaime) (feat. Lil' Flex & Dat Boy Grace)
15. Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind (Produced by Jhaime & Crumb) (feat. Trey-D, O.N.E., Shorty-D, Lil' Flee, Lil' Flex & Lil' Rod-D)

Disc 2:
1. Who We Are (Produced by Slack) (feat. Dat Boy Grace, Kool-Aid & Trey-D)
2. The 3rd Coast (Produced by Slack) (feat. DenDen, Tantrum, Dat Boy Grace & Solo-D)
3. Blast Off Like A Rocket (Produced by Sean Solo) (feat. Dat Boy Grace, O.N.E. & Juve)
4. Cracks 2 Dats (Produced by Sean Solo) (feat. Dat Boy Grace & Wood)
5. Ballin' (Produced by Sean Solo) (feat. C-Nile, Solo-D & Tantrum)
6. Grippin Grain (Remix) (Produced by Jhaime & D-Head) (feat. Lil' Flex, Lil' James & Wood)
7. Ballin For Position (Produced by Crumb) (feat. C-Nile & Solo-D)



Thursday, February 12, 2009

Elevated Mindz - The Day Everything Changed (2003)

Big ups to Bomber for hooking me up with this album. Pretty dope record that I couldn't find the album artwork for.

1. Intro
2. Monsters
3. Dayz
4. W.D.Y.D.W.Y.L.
5. Hate
6. Love
7. Opportunity
8. Afterlife (Interlude)
9. Rooftops
10. Puzzle Ft. Dos Noun & Mic Language
11. Wakeup
12. Misery
13. Tears
14. Evil
15. Die (Interlude)
16. Represent Ft. J-Tizza
17. 4 - D
18. Groundzero
19. Water
20. Last
21. How Far



Wednesday, February 11, 2009

No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom (1995)

This is one of my favorite alternative rock albums, and it's gotten more listens from me than a lot of classic hip-hop albums. I just love this album, even when I go back to it now from when I originally fell in love with it, it's just so great. It's a great mix of punk and ska and the whole 90s alternative scene, and Gwen Stefani's voice is just beautiful. This whole album, but notably "Don't Speak", is all about her breakup with fellow band member Tony Kanal, I think they went out for like 9 years or some crazy shit. "Just a Girl" is actually a real introspective song from Stefani, and "Don't Speak" is easily one of my top 10 songs of the 90s.

1. "Spiderwebs" 4:28
2. "Excuse Me Mr." 3:04
3. "Just a Girl" 3:29
4. "Happy Now?" 3:43
5. "Different People" 4:34
6. "Hey You" 3:34
7. "The Climb" 6:37
8. "Sixteen" 3:21
9. "Sunday Morning" 4:33
10. "Don't Speak" 4:23
11. "You Can Do It" 4:13
12. "World Go 'Round" 4:09
13. "End It on This" 3:45
14. "Tragic Kingdom" 5:31



Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Myka 9 - 1969 (2009)

1969 is packed with 15 tracks that alternately pay homage to the griots and the jazz greats while putting a modern day street spin on the blueprint; this ain't no half-stepping, gangsta slanging, ringtone bullshucky, instead this is 100% pure uncut dope. In a day and age where Auto Tune, quick fix beats, and superficial rhyme schemes seem to rule the scene, 1969 emerges as that rarest of rap offerings, one that focuses on the craft and rich history of the artform, reminding you that while this is ultimately music of the streets, it has strong ties to gospel, soul, jazz, blues, and most importantly the spoken word. At the risk of sounding hyperbolic, Myka 9 has dropped one of the best, most expansive, and deeply rooted rap albums to hit the scene in quite some time. This is the real deal teeming with pure griot ingenuity. This is what rap is supposed to sound like. Don't sleep.

1. Real Song
2. Inner Knowing
3. Soul Beat
4. Snake Bite
5. To the Sky
6. Options (feat. Aceyalone)
7. Cadillac Nights
8. Chopper (feat. Busdriver)
9. Elevated
10. Liberty
11. Hand Bone
12. Monte Carlo
13. Good Old Smokey (My Kanine)
14. 91 Octane (feat. Awol One & Gel Roc)
15. 1969



phv - purple herbal verbals (2009)

Album from the IGN MC's STRIFE, Upgrade, Comistress and Blazerd under the group moniker phv.

1. intro - billz (remix)
2. crop circles (lp version)*
3. I'm the Man '09
4. that's when ya lost
5. blo
6. 4 MC's
7. catalyst*
8. lotto
9. guillotinez (feat. GarrisonCarter)
10. 9mm extension
11. outro


12. billz (up north remix)
13. mic resin
14. retaining composure
15. style 2 dis (vol.3 - street)*
16. style 2 dis (vol.4 - drink)*
17. billz (original)*
18. billz (original) instrumental*

* beats by 9_mm
all tracks mixed by 9_mm
scratching on #6 and 17 by 9_mm
unmastered (as usual)
Cover by fatboy8975


PHV Myspace

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Brotherman - The Dark and The Light (2008)

Amazing album from UK artist Brotherman. The first thing I noticed was the amazing clarity in his voice. I had no trouble on my first listen to understand anything he said which is amazing in its own right but the production is absolutely stellar. I probably listened to it for like 6 hours straight because its hard to turn off, every song pulled me in and demanded my attention.

01- Young Mum 02:37
02- Tale From The UK (Ft. Stranger) 04:06
03- Slave Days 04:11
04- When 06:44
05- Bollox 03:03
06- The Problem 03:37

01- Intro 02:08
02- One I 04:20
03- Heart Of Dem 03:41
04- wrong 04:26
05- Who Knows What 04:35
06- Hoody With a Heart 04:29


Rapidshare (this link is taken from another site)

Tony Stone - The Creation (2008)

Very laid back chill album from Tony Stone. The production will have you bobbing your head while you sit back and blaze up a spliff. Very good album with a lot of soul and jazz influence. Recommended for all the smokers who like to chill.

1. We Made It (3:20)
2. Tapestry (4:36)
3. Goodness (feat. Braille) (4:08)
4. Round And Round (Mr. Law) (4:26)
5. D.I.C.E. (feat. Braille) (4:20)
6. Boast (4:03)
7. Creation Interlude (Instrumental (3:26)
8. Parts (3:50)
9. Thank You (3:11)
10. I Know (feat. Braille) (3:08)
11. Nobody (4:57)
12. Look How Far (feat. Braille) (4:08)
13. Miss O Ginny Part Two (feat. Verses) (4:26)
14. I’m Out (feat. Braille) (3:54)



Wednesday, February 4, 2009


You'll have to spread these across two discs if you're gonna burn it. I just threw together a bunch of random songs, some are somewhat obscure, some are known classics. The Audio Two is a straight classic jam, Biz is funny and true as hell, the Brother Ali is the only I heard of the dude but I always was feelin the beat and flow, Charli B-More and Ghost I just posted on the boards and it goes hard as hell, the Cormega is him freestylin over various 94-95 beats, Crooklyn is a classic mid-90s track, great movie, Spike Lee joint, the Dre is a bside from Dre Day, he sound gay as hell all drunk in the beginning but it's funky as shit, Ghost kills the Jackson 5 joint, Heavy D and a group of vets "Don't Curse" haha, Ice-T and his soundtrack song, hard as hell, movies good too Sean Penn up in that bitch, INI was completely produced by Pete Rock but are so overlooked, the J-Live is one of my favorite rap songs period, dude kills that shit and has some of Preems best scratch work, my favorite Kool G Rap song, Krayzie Bone with one of the most chillin get-high tracks, LL with his classic track where Bis dissed him, Finesse remix with L, classic classic Marley Marl Juice Crew posse cut, my fav Masta Ace song, makes you feel like a kid again, Meth track off the Batman soundtrack, don't sleep he fuckin kills that with his flow "criminiminallll", MF Grimm with one of the greatest G-Funk tracks, Mic Geronimo with a bunch of big names before they were big, bangin Nas track added to the Illmatic 10th anniversary, Nine's raspy ass gutter track, Biggie freestyle with Funk Flex, Original Flavor with Jay-Z, bangin party track, Public Enemy track from yet another Spike Lee joint, Schoolly D with the original gangsta rap song from '86, Smooth Da Hustler random mid-90s style track, Tracey Lee feat. Biggie, Jay's not a biter, hes' a writer for himself and others ha, finally Tribe's Scenario remix. Yes I just wrote out a whole fuckin description.

30 songs.

Track Listing:

Audio Two - Top Billin'
Biz Markie - Just a Friend
Brother Ali - Forest Whitiker
Charli Baltimore feat. Ghostface Killah - Stand Up
Cormega - Reppin (Freestyle)
The Crooklyn Dodgers (Buckshot, Special Ed & Masta Ace) - Crooklyn
Dr. Dre feat. Lady of Rage, Dat Nigga Daz, and Kurupt - Puffin' on Blunts and Drankin' Tanqueray
Ghostface Killah - ABC
Heavy D & the Boys feat. Kool G Rap, Grand Puba, CL Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Pete Rock & Q-Tip - Don't Curse
Ice-T - Colors
INI feat. Pete Rock - Fakin Jax'
J-Live feat. DJ Premier - Braggin' Writes
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo - Ill Street Blues
Krayzie Bone - Smokin' Budda
LL Cool J feat. Method Man, Redman, Canibus & DMX - 4, 3, 2, 1
Lord Finesse feat. Big L - Yes You May (Remix)
Marley Marl feat. Masta Ace, Craig G, Kool G Rap & Big Daddy Kane - The Symphony
Masta Ace - As I Reminisce
Method Man - The Riddler
MF Grimm feat. Warren G - Indo Smoke
Mic Geronimo feat. DMX, Ja Rule & Jay-Z - Time to Build
Nas - On the Real
Nine - Whutcha Want?
The Notorious B.I.G. - The Wickedest Freestyle
Original Flavor feat. Jay-Z - Can I Get Open
Public Enemy - He Got Game
Schoolly D - P.S.K. What Does It Mean?
Smoothe da Hustler feat. Trigga The Gambler - Broken Language
Tracey Lee feat. Notorious B.I.G. - Keep Your Hands High
A Tribe Called Quest feat. Leaders of the New School - Scenario (Remix)


Kingpin Skinny Pimp - King Of Da Playaz Ball (1996)

Hailing out of Memphis Kingpin Skinny Pimp delivers one of the tightest albums to come out of the South. Produced by DJ Paul & Juicy J, who were in their prime as producers, this album established them as one of the finest production duos in rap music. Great album that should not be missed.

1. Intro
2. One Life 2 Live
3. Nobody Crosses Me
4. Midnight Hoes
5. Lookin' For Da Chewin'
6. Long Story
7. Y'all Ain't No Killaz
8. Hear My Dear Anger
9. I Don't Lov'em
10. We Ain't No Playa Hatas
11. Pimpin' And Hoin'
12. Don't Test Me
13. Let's Start A Riot
14. King Of Da Playazball
15. All About Them Prophets
16. Outro
17. Blaze Up Anotha One



Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Poor Righteous Teachers - New World Order (1996)

Great album from PRT, with so many classic cuts. Miss Ghetto is probably my favorite song but the whole album has great production and very conscious rhymes.

1. Who Shot the President?
2. Miss Ghetto
3. Word Iz Life
4. Allies
5. New World News
6. Gods, Earths and Eighty Fivers
7. My Three Wives (Shakyla, Pt. 3)
8. Wicked Everytime
9. N.A.T.O. (Global Cops)
10. Conscious Style
11. Culture Freestyles
12. They Turned Gangsta
13. We Dat Nice
14. Hear Me Out
15. Fo da Love of Dis
16. Dreadful Day
17. Sistuh



Cormega - The Realness (2001)

This is a really dope album by Cormega. Excellent production and expert story telling and lyricism. Also this is the deluxe edition and the production is handled by many different producers.

1. Dramatic Entrance
2. American Beauty
3. Thun & Kicko (featuring Prodigy of Mobb Deep)
4. The Saga
5. R U My Ni**a?
6. Unforgiven
7. Fallen Soldiers
8. Glory Days
9. Rap's A Hustle
10. Get Out My Way
11. You Don't Want It
12. 5 For 40
13. They Forced My Hand (featuring Tragedy Khadafi)
14. Fallen Soldiers (remix)



Khayree - Forever Hustlin The Instrumentals

The Instrumentals to Ray Luv's classic album. Great original G-Funk beats by one of the most underrated producers. A physical copy of this was never released, just for mp3 download. No sampling.

Young Black Brotha Records (2008)

All songs produced by Khayree

1. Forever Hustlin (Instrumental)
2. Tha Factor (Instrumental)
3. In the Game (Instrumental)
4. Keep Ya Mask On (Instrumental)
5. I'd Rather Be a Pimp (Instrumental)
6. Definition of a Hustla (Instrumental)
7. We Do This Everyday (Instrumental)
8. 24K (Instrumental)
9. What U In It 4 (Instrumental)
10. Still Smokin' Indo (Instrumental)
11. Luv From Ah G (Instrumental)
12. Last Nite (Instrumental)
13. Caged Bird (Instrumental)


Monday, February 2, 2009

Mac Mall - Illegal Business

1. Crest Side Playah
2. Sic Wit Tis
3. It's All Good
4. I Gots 2 Have It
5. Cold Sweat
6. Nathan But Game
7. Versatile
8. Crack da 40
9. Da Bank Heist
10. Don't Wanna See Me
11. Young N da Game
12. $$ on da Dank
13. My Opinion
14. Illegal Business?
15. Pimp Shit



*I got this link from dubcc's special board because I don't have this album ripped. If there's any problem comment and I'll see what I can do.

Classic Vallejo g-funk album showcasing the development of Khayree's unique, fresh sound. Mac Mall is at his best here *see cold sweat* but that's not the highlight of the album.

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