01. Ssuut x 2
02. Pocket Full Of Money
03. Roll Call feat. G. Malone, Coniyac, Jay Rock, Mistah Fab
04. Diamond In The Back feat. K-Young
05. Drum Murder feat. Horseshoe G.A.N.G.
06. No Competition
07. Goin Bad feat. KeyAna
08. Game Time (Bonus Track)

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As one of the most often sampled and interpolated artists in hip-hop history, MC Ricky D, aka Slick Rick, aka Rick the Ruler, has blessed the world with unforgettable jams like “Children’s Story”, “La Di Da Di” and “Hey Young World.” Now, the legendary emcee reappears on the scene with a brand-new tune called “Need Some Bad.” The London born rhymesayer joins forces with none other than DJ Premier for the track that will appear on the new Jonah Hill starring comedy The Sitter. So listen close, to what Ricky D has to say.

http://www.hulkshare.com/miuipd173h8d

Swollen Members – 1997

December 7, 2011

01. Roller Coaster 3:37
02. Shatterproof 4:03
03. Endangered Species (Feat. Tony Da Skitzo, Mr. Brady & Evidence) 5:39
04. Against All Odds 4:24
05. Brace Yourself (1997 Version) 3:24
06. My Advice 3:56
07. Canada 3000 (Feat. Dilated Peoples) 5:12
08. Original West Coast 2:34
09. Sun Burn (Feat. Mix Master Mike) 3:10
10. Valentine’s Day Massacre (1997 Version) 4:04
11. Paradise Lost (Feat. Tony Da Skitzo, Mix Master Mike & Mr. Brady) 5:30
12. Ether 2:42
13. Post Rigormortim 3:36
14. Agent Orange 3:20
15. Fibreglass 3:15
16. Faces Of Death 3:17
17. Field Of Dreams 2:30

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The unreleased tracks from the “BALANCE” sessions make the album titled “1997″. These songs are never heard before exclusives from S&M. With Madchild and Prevail on the vocals and Rob the Viking’s mind-warping skilled production. Die hard fans get a new revitalized taste of where it all started.

 

French links up with the real-life brothers for an 18-track offering.

French Montana, Juicy J and Project Pat have revealed the cover art and tracklist for the upcoming Cocaine Mafia, releasing December 20th.

The album features 18 cuts with minimal guest features save for a cameo from Akon on “Self Made.”

Check the official tracklist and cover art below (via HHNM).

1. Cocaine Mafia Intro
2. Catch Ya Later
3. You Need Haters
4. Do It
5. All She Want is Money
6. Helicopter
7. Alright
8. Is You Kiddin Me
9. Self Made (Feat. Akon)
10. Weed & Hennessy
11. Im Gutta Brah
12. If It Come Down To It
13. Money, Weed Blow
14. Choppa Choppa Down
15. Drop That
16. Full of Everything
17. Morning Paper
18. Straight Cash (Cocaine Mafia Remix) (Bonus Track)

 

A New York Times writer reveals that the Rugged Man is penning a story about his own life.

Chaz Kangas, writer for The New York Times and Complex Magazine, has announced an R.A. the Rugged Man autobiography.

The project, which was announced on ratheruggedman.net, will be penned by R.A. with Kangas.

The Long Island emcee’s career goes back to the early 90s, and even collaborated with the Notorious B.I.G.

Other artists to recently get the autobiographical treament are Common and Prodigy.

Read the announcement below:

R.A. has lived such an unbelievable life, it reads as if every urban legend you heard as a kid not only actually happened, but all happened to the same person! If the average life story of a rapper is an up-and-down roller-coaster ride, RA’s is an entire amusement park. Considering how he’s been surrounded by death, hardships, hookers, riots, blacklisting, lawsuits and infamous industry beefs, perhaps the most shocking thing about him is how the full story has gone untold. That is, until now.
 
Beyond countless industry tales of violence, sexual harassment charges, deranged depravity and stories involving the likes of Russell Simmons, The Wu-Tang Clan, Notorious BIG, Puff Daddy, Eminem and Mobb Deep, with this autobiography we hope to also explore R.A.’s hinted-at family life. The story of the Thorburns is one of the most compelling portraits of a post-everything American family I’ve ever come across. Following his father’s stint in Vietnam (as covered in RA’s award-winning verse from the song “Uncommon Valor”) they endured disease, poverty and death, yet had a strong enough foundation to be the most stable broken home you’ll ever find. Due to his father being affected by Agent Orange during the war, R.A.’s sister Dee-Dee was born unable to both speak or walk; his brother Maxx was born paralyzed and blind. R.A’s older sister Lisa married the infamous ex-Pagan motorcycle outlaw ‘One Eye’ Jay. from the constant array of thugs, religious zealots and alleged murderers to the FEDS raiding the Thorburn’s family home, the whole truth will finally be revealed
 
There are very few books on Rap or Rap artists in the marketplace, and far too many are preoccupied with authors making a grand social statement or selling you their college thesis. With R.A.’s autobiography, I hope to accurately paint a picture of one of the most turbulent musical forces who has outlasted several generations of his peers and maintained a constant relevance in a genre whose attention span borders on non-existant. It’s the uncensored, unfiltered life of a rap artist in the rap industry who makes rap music, and it’s going to give your local bookstores a much needed dose of Ruggedness.

“R.A. has lived such an unbelievable life, it reads as if every urban legend you heard as a kid not only actually happened, but all happened to the same person! If the average life story of a rapper is an up-and-down roller-coaster ride, RA’s is an entire amusement park. Considering how he’s been surrounded by death, hardships, hookers, riots, blacklisting, lawsuits and infamous industry beefs, perhaps the most shocking thing about him is how the full story has gone untold. That is, until now.

Beyond countless industry tales of violence, sexual harassment charges, deranged depravity and stories involving the likes of Russell Simmons, The Wu-Tang Clan, Notorious BIG, Puff Daddy, Eminem and Mobb Deep, with this autobiography we hope to also explore R.A.’s hinted-at family life. The story of the Thorburns is one of the most compelling portraits of a post-everything American family I’ve ever come across. Following his father’s stint in Vietnam (as covered in RA’s award-winning verse from the song “Uncommon Valor”) they endured disease, poverty and death, yet had a strong enough foundation to be the most stable broken home you’ll ever find. Due to his father being affected by Agent Orange during the war, R.A.’s sister Dee-Dee was born unable to both speak or walk; his brother Maxx was born paralyzed and blind. R.A’s older sister Lisa married the infamous ex-Pagan motorcycle outlaw ‘One Eye’ Jay. from the constant array of thugs, religious zealots and alleged murderers to the FEDS raiding the Thorburn’s family home, the whole truth will finally be revealed

There are very few books on Rap or Rap artists in the marketplace, and far too many are preoccupied with authors making a grand social statement or selling you their college thesis. With R.A.’s autobiography, I hope to accurately paint a picture of one of the most turbulent musical forces who has outlasted several generations of his peers and maintained a constant relevance in a genre whose attention span borders on non-existant. It’s the uncensored, unfiltered life of a rap artist in the rap industry who makes rap music, and it’s going to give your local bookstores a much needed dose of Ruggedness.”

Aftermath signee, Dr. Dre protege and unapologetic gangster rapper Slim the Mobster presents his new street album, War Music, powered by Crooks & Castles.

War Music features ten original tracks including the highly rated Whose House?, What Goes Up, the Dr. Dre assisted Back Against the Wall and more. 

In addition to rhymes from Slim, guest work on the album comes from Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Prodigy, Nikki Grier and more. The street album features production from Dr. Dre, Jake One, Nottz, Bink, Sid Roams, Siege Monstracity and others.

War Music is executive produced by Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Sha Money XL.

Note: Originally hosted by DJ Whoo Kid. Stream and download was updated with the No DJ version on 12/2.

http://www.djbooth.net/index/mixtapes/entry/slim-the-mobster-war-music/

Artist: Slim The Mobster
Title War Music
Twitter: Slim The Mobster on Twitter
Website: Slim The Mobster’s Website

 

UPDATE: Fif also says he plans to release a video for every cut on the offering.

50 Cent has announced the release of a 10 track collection of tracks, slated to be released next week.

Fif took to Twitter to reveal the project, which will be released in honor of the 10 year anniversary of his first mixtape 50 Cent is the Future. He also said that he will be shooting a video for every track included on the collection.

The G-Unit leader last said that his oft-delayed fifth album would release in December, though the LP is currently without a release date.

While Drake has been out in the Bay Area shooting the video for his Take Care single “The Motto,” DJ E-Man of Big Boy’s Neighborhood let loose this remix featuring Snoop, YG, and Nipsey. The club banger gets a verse from each emcee, as Drake continues to accommodate on the hook. Now let’s see just how many folks continue to hop on this track.

While Drake has been out in the Bay Area shooting the video for his Take Care single “The Motto,” DJ E-Man of Big Boy’s Neighborhood let loose this remix featuring Snoop, YG, and Nipsey. The club banger gets a verse from each emcee, as Drake continues to accommodate on the hook. Now let’s see just how many folks continue to hop on this track.

 

http://hypetrak.com/2011/11/drake-featuring-snoop-dogg-yg-nipsey-hussle-the-motto-remix/

While the multiple delays os his new album TM103 – Hustler’z Ambition had the people doubting that it will ever come out, Jeezy is making sure that the wait was worthwhile. So far, the album sure is shaping up nicely. Roughly 20 days prior to the LP’s release there is now more fuel to be added to the fire as his collaboration with Freddie Gibbs and Eminem, titled “Talk to Me,” hits the digital sphere. As one might expect, the tracks boasts nothing less than hard lyricism over a Drumma Boy production for your audio pleasure. TM103 in stores December 20.|

http://soundcloud.com/hypetrak/young-jeezy-featuring

Over the course of October and November, The DJBooth and Event Electronics have been bringing readers Booth-exclusive world premieres from a variety of the game’s hottest underground artists. Today, we are proud to present the 20/20 Music series in its Booth-exclusive mixtape form.

The compilation features 20 original records (and one exclusive bonus cut) from a wide variety of acclaimed emcees, producers and DJs—all powered by Event’s 20/20BAS speakers and mastered by go-to engineer Pat Mundy.

Among the artists featured on the set are Phonte, Montage Øne, Ras Kass, Rapper Big Pooh, Strong Arm Steady and Ron Artiste (Chali 2na & Roc C). Production comes courtesy of 9th Wonder, Khrysis, Montage Øne, DJ Babu, Montage Øne and many more.

Watch for the limited-edition CD edition of 20/20 Music to drop in the near future!

http://www.djbooth.net/index/mixtapes/entry/event-electronics-20-20-music/