Curtis’ 5 (Murder By Numbers) drops tonight.
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Just as I do with every submission via Twitter (seriously, stop it), I sent my response, ignored and kept it moving. Turns out, the music was actually dope (thanks to TheJTucker on pressing the issue). If you like what you hear, you can grab The Extremities’ album The Mint Condition on Bandcamp.
In light of Chris Brown’s recent diss track towards Drake, the good folks at TheWellVersed have taken the time to sift through the hopelessly offensive battles that have occurred over the years and listed off the top (or bottom?) ten. From Jay-Z vs Hammer, Chingy vs Nelly, Bow Wow vs Soulja Boy, etc. Check the write up on Nelly vs Chingy below and head to TWV for the full shibang.
In a battle of two of the most non-rappingest rappers, the St. Louis sing songy chorus guys had a war of words over Chingy being upset that Nelly was holding him back. Yeah, right. Nelly felt like Chingy wasn’t giving Nelly his due for opening up the world to St. Louis. Nelly took a shot at Chingy on the brick of an album Sweat with the song “Another One.” Chingy went the more direct route with the equally lousy “We Got.” Too offensive both careers were heading for the gutter while they were beefing or else somebody would have actually cared.
As part of our Get To Know Series, iLuvLola set down with the talented Colin Munroe at his recent show in Atlanta to discuss a few things like his current tour with new Sony artist K. Flay, working with Pusha T, his new mixtape Unsung Hero and a little bit of who he is.
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Ever wondered how the big man from “Oochie Wally” ever felt about being mentioned in Jay-Z’s Takeover? Well, Horse sat down with Sway and – albeit many, many years too late – opens up about that line. For shits and giggles, I’ve included his in-studio rendition of his “Oochie Wally” verse and an additional freestyle down bottom.
Trivia time: do you know that, in reality, he’s actually married to “Sway In The Morning” co-host/”All Glocks Down” author Heather B?
Track 10 is up next in Aesop’s break down of his upcoming album Skelethon (due out July 10th, pre-order now). Also, since I missed them, check break downs for Racing Stripes and Crows 2 after the jump.
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Official cover art and tracklisting to Stu Bangas and Vanderslice’s upcoming project, dropping August 28th via Man Bites Dog Records. With split production from the two, features include Esoteric, Apathy, Roc Marciano, Alchemist, Evidence, Ill Bill, Blaq Poet, Slaine, Reef the Lost Cauze and more. Hit the jump for the complete break down.
01 Intro (Prod. By Vanderslice)
02 A Word From The Ghetto Child Ft. Smiley Da Ghetto Child (Prod. By Vanderslice)
03 Half Dead Ft. Apathy, Roc Marciano & Planet Asia (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
04 Pharoah Status Ft. Esoteric (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
05 The Gusto Ft. Apathy, Roc Marciano, Alchemist & Evidence (Prod. By Vanderslice) **
06 The Brutual Music Collection Agency (Prod. By Vanderslice)
07 Okay, Player Ft. Wais P (Prod. By Vanderslice)
08 Death Wish Ft. Ill Bill, Blaq Poet & Wais P (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
09 Extened Mags Ft. Outerspace (Prod. By Vanderslice)
10 Spyhunter Ft. Blacastan (Prod. By Vanderslice)
11 The Van Sleazy Extravaganza (Prod. By Vanderslice)
12 Casino Royale Ft. Apathy & Blacastan (Prod. By Vanderslice)
13 1st Degree Murder Ft. Vinnie Paz, Roc Marciano & Celph Titled (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
14 The Realest Ft. Slaine & Ill Bill (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
15 Vikings Ft. Apathy & Wais P (Prod. By Stu Bangas)
16 Black Lung Rap Ft. Reef The Lost Cauze (Prod. By Vanderslice)
17 Thank You & F*Ck You (Prod. By Vanderslice)
** First single, dropping next week.
Shot by Derick G.
A while back Puffy hit the home of the Dolphins (around the same time his co-d Ab-Soul hit New York City) for a show, and Derick G. and Karen Civil caught him in action.
Ah shit… It’s about time these three linked up for something. And word is a complete project could possibly be in the works as well. But I ain’t one gossip, so you didn’t hear that from me haha.
Digging what you hear? Cop the Sene-produced single right here.
Tito’s The Hunger Game is out now. Meanwhile, you can catch Tito on the road with Casey Veggies and Big K.R.I.T. (details down bottom).
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Wed-Jul-11 DETROIT, MI ST. ANDREWS HALL
Thu-Jul-12 CINCINNATI, OH MADISON THEATER
Sat-Jul-14 MADISON, WI BARRYMOORE THEATER
Sun-Jul-15 IOWA CITY, IA BLUE MOOSE
Mon-Jul-16 LAWRENCE, KS GRANADA
Wed-Jul-18 DENVER, CO BLUEBIRD THEATER
Thu-Jul-19 BOULDER, CO BOULDER THEATER
Fri-Jul-20 FT. COLLINS, CO AGGIE THEATER
Sat-Jul-21 SALT LAKE CITY, UT URBAN LOUNGE
Mon-Jul-23 PORTLAND, OR HAWTHORNE
Tue-Jul-24 VANCOUVER, BC Fortune Sound Club
Wed-Jul-25 SEATTLE, WA NEUMOS
Fri-Jul-27 SAN FRANCISCO, CA SLIMS
Sat-Jul-28 SANTA CRUZ, CA THE CATALYST
Sun-Jul-29 SANTA BARBARA, CA VELVET JONES
Mon-Jul-30 LOS ANGELES, CA EL REY THEATER
Tue-Jul-31 SANTA ANA, CA OBSERVATORY
Wed-Aug-01 SAN DIEGO, CA PORTER’S PUB
Thu-Aug-02 TEMPE, AZ CLUB RED
Fri-Aug-03 TUCSON, AZ RIALTO THEATER
Sat-Aug-04 ALBUQUERQUE, NM SUNSHINE THEATER
Mon-Aug-06 SAN ANTONIO, TX THE WHITE RABBIT
Tue-Aug-07 NEW ORLEANS, LA HOUSE OF BLUES
Wed-Aug-08 JACKSON, MS HAL AND MAL’S
Fri-Aug-10 ORLANDO, FL THE BEACHUM
Sun-Aug-12 YBOR CITY, FL (Tampa) THE RITZ
The information for the Good Morning, Midnight release party.
I rocks with this heavy. YC and Yuri’s dopehouse-sponsored project, Good Morning, Midnight, drops this coming Tuesday (July 10th).
The Denver collective return with the second release of their Foodchain Summer Series; in which they will be releasing a song a week for the remainder of the Summer. And taking from the artwork they used, if you’d like to check more chicks with smoke check out our beloved Women, Weed and Weather post from a few months back.