Sunday, May 29, 2011
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
New Orlean's native, Lil Dee just released this video, which is actually from his previous video, but better late than never. And after a lot of hard work, he finally released The Spokesman Vol. 2 and it is available for free download below!
DOWNLOAD HERE: http://limelinx.com/files/4ff1f3d7c9d3c957499195dceb7ef39d
This track does a good job of encouraging the youth of New Orleans to not get caught up in the street life, as well as pay tribute to some of New Orleans' fallen and incarcerated legends.. It doesn’t feel forced, and the message is right on point. It is even a little emotional to watch the main character’s friends “leave the porch”, when you realize that symbolizes their death in the streets.
Dirrt, KDS, Mali & CP
Minski & CP
CP & Mali Boi
Photos by Matt "Ginch" McGinley
Listen to Ballers Eve on EVR.COM with the Block Beattaz from 5/25/11---> HERE
Shouts out to all the homies up in this vid!
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Includes free downloads, classic mixtape discography’s, exclusive photos, videos, and allows users to navigate DJ Scream’s website. Registered users are automatically eligible for special contests and text updates. Available for iPhone, iPad, iTouch.
Download: DJ Scream iPhone App (Free)
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Download: Young Dose, Don Cannon, Greg Street - Concrete 2 Rose
02. Blow (feat. DJ Khaled)
03. 60 Minutes (feat. Baking-Soda Yoda)
04. Karate (Remix) (feat. Soulja Boy & Juelz Santana)
05. My City
06. Grady Baby
07. Thought It Was Over
08. Benjamins To Lean On
09. Built To Last (feat. Future)
10. Ain’t Gonna Lie
12. Know My Name
13. Life Is What You Make It (feat. School Boy)
14. Movies (Remix) (feat. Wale & 2 Chainz)
15. Night At The Club (feat. Daunte)
16. Where They Come From (feat. Future)
17. You Be Killin Em (Remix) (feat. Fabolous)
18. Who We Are
Download: YC Ft. Young Jeezy, Waka Flocka, Yo Gotti, Bun B, Trae Tha Truth, Cory Mo & more – Racks (Remix)
Download x Stream: DJ Paul x Lil Lody x DJ Scream – Pray For Forgiveness [Mixtape]
Monday, May 23, 2011
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Download --->Nikkiya - When I was High (Prod. by SupahotBeats)
N I K K I Y A
“I’m so motivated by my love for people and I want to touch as many people as possible with my music. In every culture, music is so healing. I know how hard it is out here, so even if you just get to escape for three minutes with me, that will make me happy.”
A letter from an ex-boyfriend in jail to go ﬁnd hip-hop producer Will “WillPower” Washington aka “SupaHot Beats” would be all the motivation Nikkiya needed to hop in a car around an drive around South Carolina and in her very own words “stalk” WillPower. Her debut album, SPEAKHER would come together after a few obstacles and eventually running into WillPower with rapper Yelawolf. Nikkiya managed to talk her way into getting Will to give her a chance in the studio. After hearing Nikkiya’s voice, WillPower was sold. “The sound of her voice is captivating,” said WillPower. “The tone was like nothing I’d ever heard before. It’s just really raw.” Nikkiya describes her genre of music as JAMMIN. She originally wrote the lead single, “When I Was High” to be submitted to platinum-rapper Eminem. After listening to the song, she decided it was one that she had to keep for her debut album. “My songwriting process is supernatural and I’m really thankful for it. I can hear a song all the way through in my head – it’s like the song just drops into my lap,” said Nikkiya. Rapper Yelawolf describes her as the “Queen of her culture.” Nikkiya recalls selling CDs with Yelawolf out of their trunks 9 years ago. “We’d go to ﬂeamarkets, Burger King, you name it and literally sell our music out of the trunk.” Featured on Yelawolf’s critically acclaimed mixtape “Trunk Muzik” (Speaker Sex) and a featured writer on his debut release on Interscope/Shady/Ghetovision, slated for release later this year, Nikkiya is proud of Yelawolf’s success and is excited about her debut release. Nikkiya has also lent her vocals to Wiz Khalifa’s debut album “Rolling Papers” (Middle Of You), Jackie Chain’s album (Other Shit) scheduled for release on Motown this year and Tech N9ne’s “All 6’s and 7’s” (Delusional and Promiseland). “I’ve been in labor for 8 years and I’m ready for my baby to come! I’ve been through the pain and the contractions and I’m ready to share my music with the world,” Nikkiya said. “I’m so motivated by my love for people and I want to touch as many people as possible with my music. In every culture, music is so healing. I know how hard it is out here, so even if you just get to escape for three minutes with me, that will make me happy.” With an old school approach to making music, Nikkiya is certain music fans will appreciate her debut album SPEAKER as she welcomes newcomers to her sound. An authentic album with rich vocals and raw content, Nikkiya is ready to share her JAMMIN music with the world.
Download --->Nikkiya - When I was High (Prod. by SupahotBeats)
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Eldorado Red is working on his Jeffe Music mixtape with DJ Greg Street. Here is some footage of his photo shoot w/ Hannibal Matthews, and exclusive audio from the tape.
Download: Strictly 4 The TrapsNTrunks Vol 17 (Hosted by Big Kuntry King)
01. Big Kuntry King - Intro
02. Big Kuntry King - No Tax [Prod. By Beat Billionaire]
03. Project Pat - Pills, Weed & Pussy [Prod. By Lex Luger]
04. Juicy J Feat. Travis Porter - Durr She Go
05. Wale Feat. Meek Mill, Pill & Rick Ross - By Any Means [Prod. By Lil Lody]
06. Trae Tha Truth Feat. Rick Ross & Jadakiss - Inkredible (Remix)
07. Lil Boosie Feat. Webbie - Tear It Down
08. Mouse On Tha Track & Killa Kyleon - I Got Tha Power
09. K-Digga - Gangsta [Prod. By Zaytoven]
10. SupaSport Feat. Alley Boy - Chrome [Prod. By Nature Boi Muzik]
11. Future Feat. Young Scooter - Show Money
12. Slim Dunkin Feat. Waka Flocka & D-Bo - Nik Afta Nik
13. Ray Vicks - Bad Habits
14. Webbie - What's Happenin'
15. Freddie Gibbs Feat. Young Jeezy - Stripes (Run DMC) [Prod. By Lil Lody]
16. Big Kuntry King - Checks In
17. Killer Mike Feat. Gucci Mane - Animal
18. Trae Tha Truth Feat. Young Buck - Slammin' Doorz
19. Kd - Stompin' Grounds
20. Eldorado Red - Arm & Hammer Shawty [Prod. By Hood Legends]
21. J-Czar Feat. Big Broc & Geechie Boy - Bang In Yo City Streetz
22. J Woodz - All Eyes On You
23. Big Kuntry King - Outro
After releasing “M I Crooked Letter” with Big K.R.I.T, Mississippi native Boo Rossini (CTE) releases another exclusive entitled “Da Storm”. This new material is dedicated to his home state of Mississippi as fears rise due to a catastrophic flood. Rossini is releasing these songs in hopes to restore pride in his home state and to raise awareness amongst his fans.
Download: Boo Rossini - Da Storm
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Friday, May 13, 2011
Here is the latest single from Little Rock, Arkansas’ SL Jones forthcoming mixtape, The Number 23. Dropping Monday May 23rd, The Number 23 is hosted by Don Cannon and includes features from Killer Mike, Pill, Waka Flocka Flame, Trae Tha Truth, Yo Gotti, and others, along with production from Shawty Redd, Don Cannon, and more, in addition to this Lex Luger track.
Download: SL Jones Ft. Errol Westbrook – Driveby Music [Prod. By Lex Luger]
Mississippi natives Boo Rossini (CTE) and Big K.R.I.T. teamed up to collaborate on an exclusive track entitled “M I Crooked Letter”. This new track is dedicated to his home state of Mississippi as fears rise due to a catastrophic flood. Rossini will also be releasing another exclusive entitled “Da Storm” in the near future. He is releasing these songs in hopes to restore pride in his home state and to raise awareness amongst his fans.
Download: Boo Rossini x Big K.R.I.T. – M I Crooked Letter
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
“KD’s stompin’ grounds on the Westside of Birmingham was severely affected by the series of deadly tornadoes that passed through on April 27th and destroyed many places that were special to KD and many residents in that area. However, the biggest national disaster since 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina has been overlooked in many people’s eyes. God bless anyone who has contributed to the relief efforts in Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and the rest of Alabama, and if you still want to donate or volunteer please do so to help build back the neighborhoods and communities that were devastated. Here is a record KD did as soon as electricity was restored to the studio. A visual of this record featuring footage of the aftermath in the Pratt City area of Birmingham, which is also home to the Hollow Ent headquarters and one of the hardest hit areas, will be up really soon as well. Country Rap Tunes”
Download: KD - Stompin' Grounds