Jae Real sent over the official visuals for his “Exhibit J” track that dropped a few months back. Directed by Amairell Ramsey.
Polyester The Saint teams with Gangsta Gibbs for the newest release off his P.O.P. (Power, Obsession Profession) mixtape. Sounds like Cardo on the production? Not sure tho. Grab the download after the cut.
While E-40 prepares another 3 LP’s for release (this whole “release 3 albums at a time” strategy gotta be the most aggressive I’ve seen), he releases this new collaboration with Lil’ Jon. Think of it as a more comprehensible version of Chief Keef’s “Hate Being Sober”. Grab the download after the cut.
Everyone knows that Jay Electronica is more of an idea than an actual rapper, taking months & even years in between releases. The project consists of every track & verse that has ever been released by Jay Electronica as of May 2013.
It consists of 93 total tracks, including 68 solo tracks and 25 features. The 68 solo tracks also include some rough quality releases, a couple freestyles, and abridged versions of Act I, broken down in several ways as you will see in the tracklist. The 25 features also includes abridged versions of many tracks, where I’ve cut the song to only have Jay Electronica’s verse and the chorus to the track, for people like me who only want to hear Jay Elect. These were exclusively created for this release.
Hit the cut for the tracklist & download link to get your iTunes up to par with all the currently available Jay Elect tunes. Props to No-Buzz for putting this together.
Lock drops off another video from his recently released project The Green Box.
Since the murder of my cousin, I had been searching for the right way to properly express my grief. This song and video is dedicated to his mom (may she rest in peace) and any one who has lost someone to violence.
Directed by The Young Gunz of BLK Bloc.