Archive for the 'New Music' Category

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Ace Hood – Hell On Earth

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Ace Hood reps the same zip code that I rep which makes him home team. Hell On Earth is a dope track using a Tupac sample. “My message to youngins is pick up book and put down the heat.” “N*ggas who really bout violence they only movin’ in silence.”

Young Buck – Myself ft. Jadakiss

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Young Buck teams up with DJ Whoo Kid to drop this track “Myself” with Jadakiss produced by Bandplay. This song is tight, and I’m glad to see that Young Buck is working with higher level artists like 50 Cent and Jadakiss. Back in 2011 Layzie Bone dropped that track “Take What’s Mine” featuring me (therealJMIC) and Young Buck. Buck has been at it hard since then.

Eminem – Kings Never Die (Snippet)

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Eminem releases this “Kings Never Die” snippet on his vine, and so it begins its viral circulation. It is just a snippet, but Eminem sounds pretty tight on this one with his usual flow. Eminem’s wordplay is insane and it doesn’t seize in Kings Never Die. When the full track drops I’ll post it on the site. Oh yeah, and it features Gwen Stefani, but all I hear is Eminem in the snippet.

Vashaun Blanks – Gone off That Liquor (Prod. By MJNichols)

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I thought this shit was a Kendrick Lamar sample for a second, but I found out Vashaun Blanks did that shit himself. Straight up, I get 100′s of music submissions from underground artists everyday and most of its trash, but this shit is tight. This track makes me wanna be gone off that liquor too. This beat rides too.

Meek Mill – All Eyes On You ft. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown

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First off all, this “All Eyes On You” beat rides. The hook is a pretty cliche R&B style hook, but I still like what Chris Brown does with it. Meek Mill sticks with the same flow he usually uses, which is tight, and I’m feelin’ what him and Nicki Minaj did with that Biggie Smalls flow. I actually can’t get over how fucking dope that Biggie Smalls shit is, and I think thats my favorite part of the song. The back and forth thing that Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill do at the very end of the song was also tight.