"Stay Far From Timid, Only Make Moves When Your Hearts In It, and Live The Phrase: Sky's The Limit..."
© Christopher "Notorious BIG" Wallace R.I.P

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

"I'm Ill" REMIX (Featuring The LOX) - Red Cafe



XXL revealed the cover of their April/May issue, which features two of hip-hop's favorites right now.


J. Cole performs a new track, titled "Who Dat", live in front of his sold out crowd at S.O.B's in NYC. #Niccccce

SideBar: Cole is that dude, trust and believe

"...Massive Attack"

Here's Nicki Minaj's first single "Massive Attack", from her as-yet-to-be titled debut album. Produced by Hype Williams and cameos by Birdman and Amber Rose, the video is kind of confusing and weird at times. The best part overall is simply the scenes with Nicki and her body...(dadada Dam).

Check For Yourself.

SideBar: The "Massive Attack" track is somewhat ight. The beat is interesting and lyrics as well but, overall the song leaves you with an undecided (IM smiley face) look. It will be a hit, no doubt about that, but its just....[insert Kanye Shrug].

"Massive Attack (Featuring Sean Garrett) (Prod. by Alex Da Kid) - Nicki Minaj

Monday, March 29, 2010

"If Looks Could Kill then My Style Might..."

"Body Ya" off the incredible and hands down best mixtape of 2010 by Mr. Funeral Fab himself


"Harlem World..."

I'm Up (Featuring Jae Millz) - Vado

Slime Flu Coming Soon
...***Easter Sunday to be exact

"Thank Me....Soon"

Taken from Rap-Up.com:

It’s official. The most anticipated hip-hop album of the year finally has a release date.

Drake’s debut Thank Me Later will arrive on May 25, Rap-Up.com has learned. The Canadian singer-rapper has been in the studio with a who’s who list of collaborators including Jay-Z (“Light Up”), Kanye West, The-Dream (“Shut It Down”), Sean Garrett, and Boi-1da, who produced the first single “Over.”

The project, originally scheduled for an early spring release, has taken a little longer than expected as Drizzy strives for perfection. “This is my first album and it takes a lot for me to commit to a song and be like, ‘I like this enough that I’m gonna put it on the album,’” he told Rap-Up.com. “It’s gotta be something that I feel is timeless and is better than anything that I’ve ever done.”

Drake will travel across the country performing material from the album on his first headlining trek, “The Away From Home Tour,” kicking off April 9 at Penn State University, and wrapping in Houston on May 20, a few days before the record’s release.

Over” is currently No. 17 on the Billboard Hot 100, while a video for the song, directed by Anthony Mandler, is set to debut in the coming weeks.

MAY 25th, 2010 is the Date, hopefully no push backs.

Props to Rap-Up again


Fresh off of appearing on the cover of The Source and XXL's 2010 Freshman Issue, RocNation's own J. Cole will be gracing his fans with a countrywide college tour.

Here's the tour dates:

March 30: Hot97’s ‘Who’s Next’ @ S.O.B’s New York, NY [SOLD OUT]
April 1: Hampton University Hampton, VA
April 2: Richmond University Richmond, VA
April 8: Howard University Washington, DC
April 9: University of South Florida Tampa, FL
April 10: Longwood University Farmville, VA
April 16: New Ear Music Hall Aens, GA
April 17: Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY
April 18: Adelphi University Garden City, NY
April 20: Montclair State University Montclair, NJ
April 22: Xavier University Cincinnati, OH
April 24: St. John’s University Queens, NY
April 28: University of Maryland College Park, MD
April 29: Southern Connecticut State University New Haven, CT
April 30: Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ

If You Don't Know About This Dude, You Better Ask Somebody

Friday, March 26, 2010

"Classic Fridays...Eazy Duz it

Today marks the 15th Anniversary of the death of one of Hip-Hop's most influential figures. We're talking about a man who symbolizes the saying "I Came, I Saw, I Conquered."
Eric Wright, better known as, Eazy E, graced the stage and tv screens as part of Hip-Hop's Greatest Group of all time, NWA. He was the face of the group and also the one with the msot charisma. After discovering that he was in the final stage of HIV, Eazy sent a public statement to his family, friends, and fans while in the hospital.
I may not seem like a guy you would pick to preach a sermon. But I feel it is now time to testify because I do have folks who care about me hearing all kinds of stuff about what’s up.

Yeah, I was a brother on the streets of Compton doing a lot of things most people look down on — but it did pay off. Then we started rapping about real stuff that shook up the LAPD and the FBI. But we got our message across big time, and everyone in America started paying attention to the boys in the 'hood.' Soon our anger and hope got everyone riled up. There were great rewards for me personally, like fancy cars, gorgeous women and good living. Like real non-stop excitement. I’m not religious, but wrong or right, that’s me. I’m not saying this because I’m looking for a soft cushion wherever I’m heading, I just feel that I’ve got thousands and thousands of young fans that have to learn about what’s real when it comes to AIDS. Like the others before me, I would like to turn my own problem into something good that will reach out to all my homeboys and their kin. Because I want to save their asses before it’s too late.

I’m not looking to blame anyone except myself. I have learned in the last week that this thing is real, and it doesn’t discriminate. It affects everyone. My girl Tomika and I have been together for four years and we recently got married. She’s good, she’s kind and a wonderful mother. We have a little boy who’s a year old. Before Tomika I had other women. I have seven children by six different mothers. Maybe success was too good to me. I love all my kids and always took care of them. Now I’m in the biggest fight of my life, and it ain’t easy. But I want to say much love to those who have been down to me. And thanks for your support. Just remember: It’s YOUR real time and YOUR real life.
A week later, Eazy succumbed to the disease, leaving a wife and son. But here at Pushin' Mounts we're not here to dwell on death, so here we present to you some of the best works from the original face of the West Coast, Eazy E...
The Year is 1987 ...
Compton, California

By Far my favorite Eazy track

"It's Eazier Said Than Done..."

A jab to Dr. Dre

Who You Want?!....

R.I.P. Eric "Eazy E" Wright (September 7, 1963 – March 26, 1995)

We Miss You Boy

"Styles, Sheek & Kiss...Rap's Trinity..."

Undeniably one of the best groups in Hip-Hop, The Lox is back and crushed the NY airwaves last night with this freestyle over Fat Joe's single "Slow Down".

Slow Down Lox (You're Killin' Em) - The Lox

Props to NahRight

Thursday, March 25, 2010

"I'm ill..."

Red Cafe Featuring Fab, check out the many cameos. Pretty dope video.

"It's Movinnnn...Wat Else"

"Man on the Moon..."

As he prepares for his anticipated sophomore album tentatively titled Cudder, the Man on the Moon KiD CuDi drops another video off his debut album Man on the Moon: The End of Day.

SideBar: This is definitely one of my favorite tracks off his album. CuDi is definitely that dude.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

"If Jeezy Paying LeBron, I'm Paying Dwayne Wade..."

If you were confused as to what Hov meant on this verse in "Empire State of Mind" here is the explanation....

In Young Jeezy's song "24-23 (Kobe-Lebron)," Jeezy uses the players' jersey numbers to articulate the price he's paying of a kilogram of cocaine.

The chorus of that song goes, "I used to pay Kobe [24], but now I pay LeBron [23]." This means that he used to pay $24,000 for a kilo of coke, whereas now? He only pays $23,000, you see.

So, in "Empire," Jay-Z takes this one step further, so as to show his impressive status in New York. He suggests that, while Jeezy may be paying $23,000, Jay-Z is paying a mere $3000 (expressed as Dwyane Wade's jersey number) for a kilo of cocaine.


According to Atlantic Record's new signee, Diggy Simmons (Rev Run's middle child), #JoJoMustFeel...
"...like a proud brother, is all I gotta say. Everything everybody was saying [about him being jealous]… he didn’t even feel that way. The jokes on them, cause they’re stupid. People always like to put a negative play on a positive thing. But he was super excited for me.”

Yesterday, Diggy signed a recording contract with Atlantic Records, cementing an historic moment in his life.
“[Atlantic is] really hip to my vision and they work the way [artists] want to work by giving them a lot of creative freedom. And their team is amazing; everybody’s real cool and just as excited as me to get started on my project,” he says. “Honestly, I’m just super duper thankful for the opportunity that Atlantic gave me and every other label. I won’t even say that it was overwhelming. It was just surreal.”

This is definitely a big moment for the 15 year-old, aside from being part of hip-hop's 'royal' family, Diggy is actually dope and could actually spit...waaaaaay better than his big brother (sorry man but he's garbage compared to Diggy). It's amazing that his talent was picked up with the quickness and will now reach a broader audience.

Good Luck lil' man
Props to VIBE

"Soul Survivor..."

The upcoming April 2010 issue of VIBE will look like this...

Although it is only a promo shot, it definitely looks dope. Trey Songz will also be featured on a seperate cover.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Raymond V Raymond...

For the first time ever, Pushin' Mounts will begin doing album reviews from select albums. Here is our review on Usher's latest effort, Raymond V Raymond...

After a previously disappointing album release in 2008, Usher tries to reclaim his throne on the 6th studio album titled, Raymond V Raymond. The 15 track LP finds Mr. Raymond being racier than before along with theme of being little self-confessional towards his publicly failed marriage with Tameka Foster.

“There’s three sides to every story…” The confessional begins with a sexy themed intro that breaks the barriers that were up on 2008’s Here I Stand. On Monstar, the head nodding rhythm sets the mood for album with Usher providing vocals that backs up his motive for the crown in R&B, “If you’re looking for a lover, I’ll be here all night…”
An instant favorite is the bass knocking drummed “Daddy’s Home”. The Runners produced hit is currently burning up the Billboard charts and will burn through the speakers as many will find their selves selecting replay. Highlights on this effort include “There Goes My Baby”, a track that every R&B fan will enjoy because of its comforting sounds and calming backdrop; the Will.I.Am assisted “OMG” and Nicki Minaj featured “Lil Freak.” On the latter track, it’s clear that the wedding ring is gone, the seductive track finds the two creating a mentally visual image for their forthcoming sexual endeavors, ““I swooped his girl up and what I'm about do to you he'll feel I did him wrong…”

Although the album was themed around being confessional, there isn’t much here. Unlike 2004’s Confessions, where the theme was surrounded around his failed relationship with Chili from TLC, Mr. Raymond doesn’t really speak much on his supposed trials and tribulations. The only tracks to do so are the buzz single, “Papers” and the T.I. featured “Guilty.”
Another disappointment is found on “She Don’t Know” which features Ludacris. The chorus is somewhat annoying and does little to establish the growth in the R&B crooner.

Overall, March 30th should be marked on many calendars. Raymond V Raymond provides vocals and sounds throughout the LP that many fans have grown to admire over the years. There are more positives than negatives on this album but, it doesn't offer anything new.

3.0 out of 4.0 stars

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Another track from Drizzy off his upcoming Thank Me Later LP, this time featuring The-Dream.

The track has a So Far Gone feel and is clearly geared towards the females. In regards to So Far Gone, it sounds a lot like a second version to that featured track with Lloyd, "A Night Off". It's a hit but I'm surely not the only person saying that I was expecting more.

"Shut it Down" (Featuring The-Dream) - Drake

SideBar: This has to grow on me. "Over" is sounding real good right about now (#JustMyThoughts)

"The War Report...Coming Soon"

This joint just caught my ears while listening to the radio. CNN definitely got a street hit with this one.

"The Streets Got A New Face" - Capone-N-Noreaga

Lookout for The War Report 2 due out this summer.

Friday, March 19, 2010


It's official, the homey Jeezy will be now known as ....wait for it


The trapstar officially made the statement that he's dropping the 'Young' and keeping it simple. I think it's a cool change since we all have grown to refer to him as that already.


This is an interview by House of Aura, with none other than one of Pushin' Mounts' favs, Vado

Look out for his debut mixtape Slime Flu releasing on Easter and Boss of All Bosses 2.5 w/Cam due at the end of this month. #Niccce

Classic Fridays

"10 Years from Now We'll Still Be on Top..."

Week Five of Pushin' Mounts 'Classic Friday' brings up an era that was like no other. No, its not the era of the Juice Crew or RUN DMC, instead: "BAD BOY BABY".

During and after B.I.G.'s lifetime, Bad-Boy was on the rise but 1997 was the year the mania exploded. Remember getting "Jiggy" with the Lox, or going "Around the World" with Ma$e and Puff? How about stealing the 112 line to tell your shorty "Only You, could make me feel..."

1997-2000 was a period that found Bad-Boy as the new world order of hip-hop. Everyone was familar with their slogan, "We Can't Stop Won't Stop" and they dominated everything. Even though they'll never be the same and won't be as big as they were during that time, Puff and Bad-Boy were the best thing that happened to hip-hop and music in general.

let's take a stroll down memory lane...

The Year is 1996(-2000)

They Invented the Remix

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

"Clap For 'Em..."

J. Cole calls in to DJ Whoo Kid's radio show to discuss touring with Hov, 2010 plans, XXL Freshman cover, how we 'Eminem's' other rappers on their own tracks, etc. Very interesting interview.

Monday, March 15, 2010

"Born Again..."

Last day of this Notorious Week, below is vintage footage of B.I.G.

B.I.G. bumping the Purple Tape


Hov & B.I.G. w/ Hov messing up the words a little

B.I.G. @ the Hit Factory

B.I.G. & Method Man LIVE

B.I.G. & Pac on stage together performing Party & Bullsh*t w/ Pac serving as the hypeman (1993)#Classic & #EPIC

B.I.G's last interview ever

Part 2

"The Sky is the Limit..."




Thursday, March 11, 2010

Classic Fridays...

As you know, this week is "Notorious Week" and what better way to cap off #Classic Fridays.
B.I.G. is by far my favorite rapper of all time and Greatest of All Time. Hov has the crown now, but its for dam certain that if B.I.G. was alive, he wouldn't be as popular as he is now (I'm sure he's aware of that too).
There's only One King of New York and One Crown and that is all....Notorious B.I.G.
R.I.P. "Babby Baaaaby!!!"

The Year is 1994,
Brooklyn, N.Y

My favorite song of all time and summertime anthem of '94 and on...

"Who the f* is this?..."

"Heart throb never, black and ugly as ever, however I stay Coogi down to the socks..."

After going quadruple platinum on the last album, now its time for...

(I grew up on this song)

Easily one of my favorite song besides "Juicy", "Live the Phrase..."

R.I.P. Big Poppa

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

"I'm Back vs. Over..."


This past week Drake premiered his first single "Over" off his upcoming anticipated debut Thank Me Later. Evidently, this week T.I., fresh off of a year and a day prison sentence, released a street single to welcome him back. With both releases, I have to say I'm more pleased with T.I.'s track than Drake's.

"Over" is a good single, dont get me wrong, but with a first single for one of the most anticipated album since Detox (to be released never) I have to say its a disappointment. Overall, the track serves in the lyrical aspect and beat selection, but as a mainstream single it doesn't really pump you up as much as "Best I Ever Had" did or "Successful." I understand both of those singles there are from the infamous mixtape but this single seems like more a mixtape single as well.

It's good when an artist goes to showcase their lyrical talent on a first single but, in today's music industry you almost have to always have the club single ready first before showing what you can really do lyrically.

I think its a dope song and a great beat selection but, I'm still waiting on a single that really hypes me up for the upcoming album. This probably and definitely has to grow on me. With such a big buzz, you got to do better than this. Until then, I know the homey Drizzy got some heat in the bag.

T.I.'s however, from the head nodding/bass pounding beat by The Trackslayez to the hard hitting lyrics, Tip prepares everyone for the road ahead and all that's left to be said is
"Yall got less than 2 months to get yall thing together, Good Luck..."

"I'm Back" - T.I. (Prod. by Trackslayez)

"Over" - Drake (Prod. by Boi-1da & Al-Khaaliq)

"Whether Beamer, Benz, or Bentley..."

Video Premieres March 16th Now...

"Is Brooklyn in the House!!!...."

"Can't You See Like Total..."

---Rare Footage---
B.I.G. getting kicked out of a hotel

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Controversial Night in NY

This is the performance by B.I.G. and the Bad Boy fam at the infamous 1995 Source Awards Ceremony where the beginning of the East vs. West Coast BS started.

After the performance Suge came on the stage, mocking Diddy and Bad Boy and promoting his Death Row label. smh

Monday, March 8, 2010

"Get Money..."

Rare footage

Live @ the Apollo

"Pass the Microphone and Imma Murk the Competitor..."

"Sicka Than Ya Average..."

We gonna start the week off with B.I.G.'s last music video appearance before his death. He surely left with a bang and this music video went in the ranks of one of the most expensive videos ever made (eventually surpassed by him & Puff Daddy in the single "Victory")

"It Was All a Dream..." (May 21st, 1972 - March 9th, 1997)

"Live from Bedford-Stuyvesant, the livest one, representin' BK to the fullest..."
From his distinct presence on tracks (“Uhhh!”), mind-blowing lyrical ability, his charismatic style and wit, The Notorious B.I.G., helming from 226 St. James Place in the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn, was an imminent legend in the making. It’s been almost 13 years since his untimely death (which remains to be unsolved) but, he has yet to be forgotten. In his short career B.I.G. transformed from a street hustler to a world renowned Hip-Hop superstar. Being admired by many big names such as Jay-Z, The Lox, Nas, Kanye West, etc.; The Notorious B.I.G. touched the hearts of many through his incredible wordplay and warm personality. However, there was only one person who knew him and experienced this more than any fan could.

To many he was known as Biggie Smalls (after the fictitious character in 1975’s film Let’s Do it Again), Frank White (fictitious character in 1990’s film King of New York), Notorious, but to mother Voletta Wallace he was Christopher George Latore Wallace. “Christopher was a sweet, loving, friendly little boy… I wasn’t the only one who thought that anything he touched would turn to gold.” Great was just minuscule of a word to describe Ms. Wallace’s son.

B.I.G. made a “big” impression on Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, who at the time was an A&R at Uptown Records searching for R&B acts back in 1992. When presented with B.I.G’s demo, Puff ultimately signed him to Bad Boy Records. “I was looking for a sex symbol, somebody that would drive the girls crazy. Matty C (A&R Executive) told me about Biggie, so I said send me a picture. He said, No, no, let me just send you the demo.” During his lifetime B.I.G. only released two albums, 1994’s Ready to Die and 1997’s posthumous double-disc album Life After Death (released fifteen days after his death). With two albums under his belt, B.I.G. officially cemented his place as not only a hip-hop icon and legend but, a savior of East Coast hip-hop. His debut achieved quadruple platinum in sales and the latter achieving diamond with sales over ten million copies, a feat that few artists reach. B.I.G. received several accolades such as receiving four Grammy nominations, two awards from Billboard, four from The Source and one collectively from MTV and Soul Train Awards.

B.I.G. worked with many familiar faces during his lifetime and what many admire about him was his writing style and wit. "His writing style and storytelling is so vivid, so clear, and so sharp that you don't need to play it over and over to understand the story" quoted by author Cheo Hodari Coker. No pen and pad was his technique which currently exists in artists such as his friend Jay-Z and currently Lil’ Wayne. In fact, it was said that his 1994 hit “Unbelievable” (Produced by DJ Premier) was extemporaneously recorded on the spot. Collaborations included his protégé group Junior M.A.F.I.A, Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z, Tupac Shakur, Ma$e, The Lox, and many others including the King of Pop. Michael Jackson enlisted B.I.G. as a collaborator on his 1995 double-disc album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I for the track “This Time Around” where the two artists discuss the pros and cons of being famous.

"Lyrically there'll never be no one above you, and no matter how they judge you we always gonna love you..."(We'll Always Love Big Poppa" The Lox). B.I.G.’s death was a dreary and somber day for hip-hop fans worldwide creating a void in the genre that will never be filled, much like his counterpart Tupac Shakur, who suffered the same tragedy. In such a short career, he was able to accomplish goals and reach achievements that artists we claim as legends have yet to achieve. In 2009, Fox Searchlight Pictures released Notorious, a biopic about the rapper’s life and legacy. Since his death, his music has remained relevant as well as incorporated by many other artists in hip-hop and R&B. Whether at a party, listening to the radio, or walking down the street his music continues to blast out the speakers by longtime and new fans. As we celebrate his life and legacy, Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace will never be forgotten.

"And before I end it, I gotta say thanks, 'Cause not only was your time well-spent, it was splendid (thanks)...Miss you...One Love"

Notorious Week

Today is officially the start of "Notorious Week"

Tomorrow, March 9th marks 13 Years since the death of the Notorious B.I.G. ,also known as, The Greatest Rapper of All Time's death. That's right B.I.G is the Greatest of All Time (sorry Hov). After dropping only 2 albums and making the impact he's made, there will never be another like him.

This whole week, we're going to take it back, with #classic hits, photos and footages of the Late, Great, Notorious.

Friday, March 5, 2010

"The Wait is Over...No DJ tracks"

The wait is finally over, #TiNC2 is finally out. After countless delays and push backs, DJ Drama & Fab proved that time is of the essence, "Money aint everything, its more about the timing." This mixtape by far clears out any album that released in 2010 so far, being that is THAT DAMN GOOD. Fab doesn't just kill the competition, he slaughters and performs the obituary all at once.

It's actually hard to just pick one track that clearly explains the magnitude of what we're talking about which is what makes it another #classic mixtape like the first.

"Body Bag" - Fabolous Featuring Cam'ron & Vado

"Body Ya" - Fabolous

"For The Money" - Fabolous Featuring Nicki Minaj

#TiNC2 = a good look for hip-hop in 2010, it could definitely be Fab's year.

"Drop The World..."

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Classic Fridays...

As we take you to another installment of our classic fridays don't forget March 9th aka "Notorious Day". Pushin' Mounts will start off Notorious week this Monday to remember the classic moments and life of the Greatest Rapper of All Time, Biggie Smalls. Stay Tuned...

Today we're going to focus on the man the myth the legend, Jay-Z, on his second album and one track off Vol. 2, circa 1998. After dropping almost another #Classic with his sophomore album In My Lifetime...Vol. 1, Hov wanted to redeem himself that loss and dropped his most successful album to date, Vol. 2...Hard Knock Life. The bonus track on that album was an unforgettable collabo with Jermaine Dupri (who produced it as well), also known as JD, that garnered a Grammy nomination at the 1999 Grammy Awards.

With that said,

The Year is 1998

Second single off JD's Life in 1472 and bonus track off Hov's Vol. 2...

Here we have another #classic track that should've replaced "Sunshine" on In My Lifetime...Vol. 1 and "I Know What Girls Like" could have been left off. If that was the case, the album would've indeed receive it's almost well deserved response.


"I'm the focal point like Biggie in his prime, on the low though shhh...the City is Mine"

We don't call it Classic Fridays for nothing...

One of my favorite tracks off the album

We're gonna end this off with one last #classic track off this album, "If I shoot you I'm brainless but, if you shoot me then your famous..."

"Hi Hater..."

Maino drops another single after his club friendly, "Bring it Back DJ", this time with the best in the business Alicia Keys.

Check it out...

"I'm Sorry" - Maino Featuring Alicia Keys (Prod. by Cool & Dre)

SideBar: I got to let this grow on me

"TM 103 in June By The Way..."

The upcoming single that's slated to release next week is to feature Beyonce, from what I'm told.

More of Jeezy discussing TM 103...By The Way

"A Star is Born..."

"Could I Be the Same One Who Came From a Far Away Life, Just to Make it in This Broadway lights, Now Shining in the Broad Day Light, Go Figure..."
The issue hits newstands March 23rd

"Its Not Over Till We Say it is..."

Today seems to be a beautiful day in hip-hop music, first Fab FINALLY dropping the #TiNC2 and now Drake releasing the first single off Thank Me Later , its almost surreal.

"Its Over" - Drake (Prod. by Boi-1da)

SideBar: Thank Me Later is now slated for a May release date, stay tuned for more info.


DJ Drama came through with his word. After numerous push backs its here. No info necessary, you already know what to do...

There is No Competition 2 - DJ Drama & Fabolous

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


I'll believe it when it's 7pm tomorrow

"Can I Live..."

Hov performs one of my favorite tracks off the #classic Reasonable Doubt, last night at the Garden.

"TM 103..."

Jeezy discusses the concept behind that current street and iPod banger, "Lose My Mind" (Feat. Plies) and TM 103, which will hit the stores sometime in June...YESSSS

"I'm Goin In..."

Its the Garden, anything can happen...

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The slime Vado aka Harlem's next up, got a new track to hold us over till his anticipated upcoming mixtape, Slime Flu..."Huhhhh!"

"Large on These Streets" - Vado

SideBar: Definitely a tough track, Vado does it justice expecially on the last verse, where he does a rendition of Big L's "Ebonics"

Monday, March 1, 2010

Check This Out...

Vince is that dude

"Lose My Mind..."

Jeezy and Plies Lose their Minds on this new street single for Jeezy's upcoming TM 103. This track definitely goes hard same as that other street single that released a while ago.

Check out the collabo that's getting alot of hype at the BP3 Tour concerts...

"I'm Not Lookin' At You Dudes, I'm Lookin' Past You..."

Here's another footage from the ATL stop of the BP3 Tour just to hold you over till tomorrow as they hit up MSG..that show should be #Epic

Hov & Trey Songz performing "Heart of the City" (one of my favorite Hov tracks) & "Already Home"

"As We Continue..."

If you're like me and many others that are strongly anticipating for the release of the NaS & Damian Marley project titled, Distant Relatives, you're gonna have to wait.

The upcoming collaborative album that was scheduled for an April 20th release date, is now scheduled for May 25th.

In related Queenbridge news, CNN's follow-up to their 90's Classic, War Report 2, is also pushed back, from an April to now a June release.

Please Keep Guru in Your Prayers

One of Hip-Hop's legendary artists, Guru (on the left) from the famed Gangstarr, suffered a cardiac arrest yesterday and is currently in a coma. He will undergo surgery today and we ask to please keep him in your prayers.

"The New Breed..."

XXL finally releases the anticipated cover for their "XXL's Freshman for '10" issue.

SideBar: Epic cover, but we ask..Are you satisfied with this list?