01. My Thoughts 02. Shake The Room feat. Flavor Flav 03. B.A.P. (Bumpy And Premier) 04. eVrEEbOdEE 05. wEaRe aT WaR 06. P.A.I.N.E. (Pressure At Industry Expense) 07. The Life 08. FYPAU 09. The Lah 10. More Levels 11. GrEaTnEsS 12. EyEnEvErPuTmY4cUsAwAy 13. Turn Up The Mic feat. Nas (DJ Premier Remix) 14. The Key 15. OwNiT 16. The Gang Starr Bus 17. Word Iz Bond


DJ Premier | Bumpy Knuckles

01. Stoodiotyme [02:41] 02. Fake [03:12] 03. That Preemo Shit [02:55] 04. TakeIt2TheTop [02:51] 05. Inspired By Fire [02:05]



New record from DJ Premier and Bumpy Knuckles off their upcoming album “KoleXXXion” dropping March 27th. They are also planning to release an EP titled “sToOdiOtYmE” before the LP.


Here is the intro to M-Phazes’ upcoming project Phazed Out mixed by DJ Rhettmatic.


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.


DJ Premier – Heavy D Tribute Mix

Off Mac’s upcoming mixtape 92 Til Infinity hosted by Jazzy Jeff.



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.'”