Blacksmith Music emcee Jean Grae is giving away her cookies today! The free mixtape, Cookies or Comas out now and is hosted by DJ Drama (A Gangsta Grillz Special Edition) and features Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Styles P & Royce Da 5′ 9″ just to name a few. Meanwhile, her Cake or Death album is due out later this fall. Download below!

Track Listing:
1) Casebasket
2) R.I.P. (featuring Styles P and Talib Kweli)
3) Imagine
4) I Rock On
5) Uh Oh (from Talib Kweli’s Gutter Rainbows)
6) Live Up (featuring Talib Kweli)
7) Assassins (from Pharoahe Monch’s W.A.R. featuring Royce Da 5’9″)
8) Jeannie Rules
9) Blame Game
10) Killing ‘Em feat. Pharoahe Monch
11) You Don’t Like It (featuring scratches by Boogie Blind)
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02.Read My Lips
03.Let It Out
04.21 And Under
05.All The Way Live
06.Hit And Run
09.Bottoms Up
11.The Next Level

Coast II Coast is the second album of hip hop trio The Alkaholiks released in 1995. It features guest rapping from Xzibit, Diamond D, King Tee, Lootpack, Q-Tip, Declaime and The Baby Bubbas. It features production from Tha Alkoholiks themselves, E-Swift, Madlib and Diamond D

Props to Maradona for the reup!


Fash shot this visual for “Big Dreams” off that Higher Learning 2, while on tour in Barcelona.

Freddie and Statik completed the seven track EP last night with a little over 90k viewers tuning in on Ustream.


Freddie Gibbs and Statik Selektah’s Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away drops on iTunes at midnight. Track list after the jump.

1. Intro ft. Slaine
2. Lord Giveth Lord Taketh Away
3. Rap Money ft. Daz
4. Affiliated ft. Reks & PUSH! Montana
5. Wild Style ft. Termanology & Fred The Godson
6. Already ft. Trae Tha Truth
7. Keep it Warm For Ya ft. Smoke Dza & Chace Infinite


Crip Hop is the fourth album by rapper Jayo Felony. The album was released on October 23, 2001 for the American Music Corporation and was produced by DJ Battlecat and DJ Silk. The album was an improvement over hist last album, Underground, making it to #53 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop album chart and #10 on the Top Independent album chart and featuring the hit single “She Loves Me”.

  1. “Intro”- 1:30
  2. “Gang Bangin Shit” feat. Spice 1– 2:38
  3. “One Shot Kill”- 3:02
  4. “Girls & Boys”- 4:11
  5. “What Ya Need”- 3:45
  6. “Trued Up Remix” (Real Anthem)- 3:25
  7. “Swing”- 3:31
  8. “Skit I”- :22
  9. “Hurt That Nigga” feat. Soopafly – 3:42
  10. “Skit II”- :37
  11. “Do You Love Life”- 4:53
  12. “Please Believe It”- 4:39
  13. “Sherm Sticc 111”- 3:51
  14. “Hotta Than Fish Grease” feat. Young Crook- 3:45
  15. “Catch ‘Em in the Mornin” (Jay-Z Diss)- 3:14
  16. “You’s a Character” (Snoop Dogg diss)- 3:52
  17. “Came Round” feat. Chan-G & Baby Skar- 4:45
  18. “I Walk & Skip”- 4:14
  19. “She Loves Me” feat. Young Nube- 3:38


Master P Ice Cream Man

June 23, 2011

Ice Cream Man is the fifth studio album by New Orleans rapper Master P. This was Master P’s first album to achieve platinum certification. Ice Cream Man was placed at #6 on the Billboards R&B Albums and #26 on the Billboard 200.

  1. “Intro” – 2:50
  2. Mr. Ice Cream Man” – 5:08
  3. “Time For A 187” – 4:08
  4. “1/2 On A Bag Of Dank” – 3:17
  5. “Break ‘Em Off Somethin'” – 4:42
  6. “How G’s Ride” – 3:54
  7. “No More Tears” – 3:42
  8. “Commercial” – 1:06
  9. “Player From Around the Way” – 4:54
  10. “Sellin’ Ice Cream” – 3:50
  11. “Time To Check My Crackhouse” – 4:09
  12. “‘About It ‘About It 2” – 5:09
  13. “Back Up Off Me” – 5:13
  14. “Never Ending Game” – 4:58
  15. “Watch These Hoes” – 3:20
  16. “‘About That Drama” – 4:00
  17. “Killer” – 3:49
  18. “Things Ain’t What They Used to Be” – 3:55
  19. “My Ghetto Heroes” – 4:44


Penicillin on Wax is the debut album by rapper Tim Dog. This album contained the infamous underground hit “Fuck Compton” which disses the West Coast hip hop.

  1. “Intro” 3.46
  2. “Low Down Nigga” 3.56
  3. “Robin Harris Shit (Skit)” 1.14
  4. Fuck Compton” 4.33
  5. “DJ Quik Beat Down (Skit)” 0.53
  6. “Step To Me” 4.01
  7. “Phone Conversation With Reporter (Skit)” 2.16
  8. “Bronx Nigga” 3.50
  9. “You Ain’t Shit” 4.01
  10. “I Ain’t Takin No Shorts” 4.33
  11. “NFL Shit (Skit)” 1.10
  12. “Ill Wax Anybody” 4.00
  13. “Michel’le Conversation (Skit)” 1.54
  14. “Cant Fuck Around” 3.33
  15. “Dogs Gonna Getcha” 3.03
  16. “Going Wild In The Penile” 3.44
  17. “Get Off The Dick” 3.27
  18. “I Ain’t Havin’ It” (Feat. Kool Keith) 4.55
  19. “Patriotic Pimp” 4.00
  20. “Secret Fantasies” (Feat. Kool Keith) 4.51
  21. http://www.mediafire.com/?dcw1dgbyn1r


Premo and Yayo sit down with ThisIs50 Radio to talk about their respective beefs with Young Buck, Game and Canibus

ThisIs50 Radio’s Maya the B and Hynaken recently sat down G-Unit soldier Tony Yayo and DJ Premier for a joint interview. During their respective interview slots, Yayo and Premo discussed their respective feuds with Game, Young Buck and Canibus.

Yayo first addressed G-Unit producer Sha Money XL’s desire to work with former member Game. Yayo said that he feels it’s disrespectful for Sha to want to work with Game after all that the Unit has achieved. Regardless, he says he feels no ill will towards Sha Money.

“I heard Sha Money [XL] say he’ll work with Game,” said Yayo. “After all the money the nigga’s done fucked up, you’re going to work with this guy? But I’m a real nigga, see, my thing is loyalty and being honest and being real. My whole situation with Game and [Young] Buck…it’s more me being mad, like ‘Why fuck up the money?’ If we’re all in the business…why would y’all fuck up the money? It just don’t make sense. Game, I talked to this nigga on the phone. His album dropped , like ‘Yo, congratulations’…we wre like the motherfucking Beatles…Sha Money’s my nigga, but why even work with somebody that says, ‘Fuck G-Unit,’ after what we just built? Why build up a brand to destory it?”

Yayo also talked about his relationship with another former G-Unit member Young Buck. He says that while he never had any personal issue with the Unit’s southern member, but that his spending habits affected his work and personal relationships witht he rest of his labelmates.

“I never really had no problems with [Young] Buck,” “I really, really like Buck. I just don’t understand why he was flipping like that…Buck goes H.A.M. He was hanging around [Big] Meech [of the Black Mafia Family]…he was going hard [with his money]. Buck is the type of nigga to shoot his [music videos that] he’s got the Bentley on the truck, the 64 [Impala]…he’s getting that shit from Tennessee. He’s going to the mall, spending like $10-20 grand. His spening was off the hook.”

Permo also discussed his past issue with Canibus in full. As reported this past March, Canibus took offense to a statement Premier made about ‘Bis being the most difficult rapper he’s worked with in his career due to a disagreement they had over a beat he had originaly intended for Bis’s “Nigganometry.”

“He wanted to do a song that he called ‘Nigganometry, and he said that he wanted it to have a mean bass line, just raw” I did that, which happen to turn out to be…D’Angelo[‘s] ‘Devil’s Pie’…I brought it to the lab. He said ‘I don’t think that you really  understand where I’m coming from with what I’m trying to bring out,’ and he kind of said it in a sonning me type of way. Because he [was] a youngster and I respect my elders…and I know my stripes have been earned, I was a little bothered by it. Obviously, I got over it, because we did a song two years ago called ‘Golden Terra of Rap.'”


01) Monumental feat. Tyler Woods & Pete Rock
02) Prevail feat. Raekwon
03) That’s Hard feat. Sean Price & Styles P
04) Top of the World feat. Memphis Bleek
05) Feel Me feat. Rock of Heltah Skeltah & Bun B
06) Roses feat. Freeway
07) Fire
08) This One feat. Top Dog, Jahdan Blakkamoore of Noble Society
09) Do It feat. Hurricane G
10) Nighttime feat. Pete Rock & Buckshot
11) (I’m a) Stand Up Guy feat. Black Rob
12) Go Off
13) Time To Say

Props to JordanGunz for the link!

Hell: The Sequel, the first official release of Eminem and Royce Da 5’9″s joint project, has taken over the top spot Billboard 200 album charts. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the Detroit duo sold 171,000 copies of their collaborative EP. While Eminem is accustomed to be positioned on the top of the charts, this certainly signifies a career high for Royce, whose previous solo LP Street Hop peaked at 110 in 2009. Clearly one of the music industry’s big winners this year, Adele’s 21 is still doing great at the charts with 115, 000 copies, thus earning spot No. 3. After a strong first phase of sales thanks to Amazon, Lady Gaga’s Born This Way moves down two spots to No. 4 (68,000).