Monday, October 31, 2011
Download: Tha Joker - Why So Serious 2
01. Why So Serious? 2 [Prod. By Yung Cash]
02. Eyes Close [Prod. By Heartbeatz]
03. Delta [Prod. By Nyghtryder]
04. Random [Prod. By Big Fruit]
05. Gym (Feat. Starlito) [Prod. By Protocal]
06. Blow Stacks [Prod. By Hershey Blakk]
07. Can't Come Down [Prod. By Nyghtryder]
09. Come Around [Prod. By Big Fruit]
10. Throw It Up (Feat. Lil Mal) [Prod. By Metro]
11. So Damn Fine (Feat. Dondre & Lil Mal) [Prod. By Dondre]
12. Home Again (Feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Big Fruit) [Prod. By Big Fruit] (Bonus)
13. Dope [Prod. By Big Fruit] (Bonus)
14. Juicy J - A Zip & A Double Cup (Remix) (Feat. 2 Chainz & Tha Joker) [Prod. By Lex Luger] (Bonus)
Friday, October 28, 2011
Why So Serious 2, hosted by DJ Scream & DJ Teknikz, drops Halloween on livemixtapes.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
DOWNLOAD: P. Watts & DJ Burn One - Element Of Surprise (Mixtape)
Features Yelawolf, Big K.R.I.T., Freddie Gibbs, Pill, Rittz, Jackie Chain & More. Production by DJ Burn One, Zaytoven & Ed Roc. Download a free copy now and then go to iTunes to PURCHASE the tape with 4 exclusive bonus songs. Tracklist after the jump.
P. Watts - Element of Surprise from Tamarcus Brown on Vimeo.
Cory Mo & DJ Smallz' upcoming Country Rap Tunes, Vol. 1 mixtape will be dropping on 11/11.
Download: Cory Mo Ft. Talib Kweli, Killer Mike & Mitchelle`l - Gettin To The Money [Prod. By Don Cannon]
If you're in the Atlanta area Weds Oct 26th, Translee & Mr. Collipark are having a meet & greet at Club Throbacks for the Who's Translee mixtape.
Monday, October 24, 2011
DOWNLOAD: P. Watts ft. Big K.R.I.T. & Shawn Hayes - End Of The Nite
Off the upcoming P. Watts tape "Element of Surprise" Produced & Hosted by DJ Burn One.
Friday, October 21, 2011
2Win put on a show at the New Era Flagship store in Atlanta that brought out the city's tastemakers. He performed hits like "Whole Thang" off his Pressure mixtape alongside a live band. S/o to SYS Ent.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
This is the first in a series of leaks from the upcoming Supreme INK album, Sell It To Me Free, which is dropping on December 6th via SupremeINK.net. Head over to their site to check out their excellent previous album, How Do This Happen?
DOWNLOAD: Supreme INK - Butter featuring Will, _Spacebar, and J-Coop
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Download: Cap1 - Road 2 Riches (Hosted by DJ Teknikz, DJ E Sudd x DJ Spinz)
01. Road 2 Riches Intro [Prod. By T. Dot]
02. Werk (Feat. 2 Chainz) [Prod. By Yung Ced]
03. Mafia (Feat. Jack Daniels) [Prod. By Big Hurt]
04. Gangbang (Feat. Physikal) [Prod. By Beat Zombie]
05. Walkin' Bankroll [Prod. By 2Tall]
06. Break Bread [Prod. By Zo The Beat Boi]
07. On My Way [Prod. By Big Hurt]
08. Callin' My Line [Prod. By Kongo]
09. Creflo (Feat. Dolla) [Prod. By Crankinstien]
10. Finesse [Prod. By Colleagues & Big Hurt]
11. Ball So Hard Freestyle
12. U Know (Feat. Scrillz & Decatur Slim) [Prod. By DJ Plugg]
13. Slick Rick (Feat. Ron Makk) [Prod. By Chop House]
14. Ride (Feat. Shawwna & Mush Millions) [Prod. By Mush Millions]
15. Freakum Dress [Prod. By Suthern Folks]
16. Dreamer (Feat. Short Dawg & Kid Kid) [Prod. By Honorable C Note]
17. F*cked Up (Feat. Travis Porter) [Prod. By KE]
18. Rockkstarr (Feat. Future) [Prod. By Nard & B]
19. Look At Ur Body (Feat. Bambi) [Prod. By Spinz]
20. Mayday (Feat. S.R.)
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Opening DJ Set by GHE20 GOTH1K's Venus X!
Download: Wooh da Kid - Krown the King
01. Krown the King Intro
02. King of Da Jungle [Prod. By Southside]
03. 911 (Feat. Frenchie & Quest Haven) [Prod. By Nv]
04. Feeling Good [Prod. By Southside]
05. I Prefer [Prod. By Southside]
06. Church [Prod. By Southside]
07. Bad News [Prod. By Southside]
08. All I Ever Wanted (Feat. Waka Flocka & Slim Dunkin) [Prod. By Southside]
09. Problem (Feat. Gucci Mane) [Prod. By Southside]
10. Enhale Exhale (Feat. Frenchie) [Prod. By Southside]
11. Jump Out Boys (Feat. Tre Pound & Quest Haven) [Prod. By Southside]
12. I’m Thuggin (Feat. Frenchie, Ice B, P Smurf, Quest Haven & YG Hootie) [Prod. By Southside]
13. My Benz (Feat. Ice B, P Smurf & Waka Flocka) [Prod. By Lex Luger]
14. Ain’t (Feat. YG Hootie & Ice B)
15. Major (Feat. Gucci Mane) [Prod. By Southside]
16. Put Your Hands Up (Feat. Waka Flocka & Slim Dunkin) [Prod. By Southside]
17. Follow Me (Feat. Frenchie) [Prod. By Southside]
Monday, October 17, 2011
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Friday, October 14, 2011
DJ Scream live on Hot 107.9, spinning at Atlanta's Club Opera (cameos by Cyhi & Pill), and in the studio working on his upcoming album.
Footage from Yung Sean & The Empire "Sosa" mixtape listening party at Penthouse Studios ATL.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
DOWNLOAD/STREAM: Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks Vol. 25 (Hosted by Zed Zilla)
01. Zed Zilla – Hood Nigga
02. Trouble Feat. Gucci Mane – Step It Up
03. Webbie – Dangoman
04. Starlito Feat. Young Buck – Wake Up [Prod. By Drumma Boy]
05. Pastor Troy – Vica Versa Unleashed [Prod. By Lil Lody]
06. 2 Chainz – Check My Resume
07. Waka Flocka Flame & Slim Dunkin Feat. Alley Boy & Trouble – R.I.P. [Prod. By Southside]
08. Jackie Chain Feat. Big K.R.I.T. & Bun B – Parked Outside
09. Starlito Feat. Young Buck – Big Dog
10. T-Rock Feat. Dirty – I Don’t Love You
11. Block 125 – Dope Sellin’ Muh F*cka
12. 2 Chainz – Think About It [Prod. By Nard & B]
13. Tony Bandz Feat. OJ Da Juiceman & Lil DRE – 6,15 [Prod. By Mike Will]
14. Young Scooter Feat. Eldorado Red – Corner
15. Jon Geezy – Automatic
16. Block 125 Feat. Ray Vicks & Bambino Gold – Wat He Sellin’
17. Lil Phat – Sideways
18. Webbie – Smoke Somethin’
19. Smoke Feat. Twista, AK & C-Rock – Po Pimpin’
20. Trouble Feat. Rocko – Hide Yo Bitch From Me
21. Zilla Feat. Slugga Mane – I Need Moe
22. Killa Kyleon – Hustler’s Prayer [Prod. By Big K.R.I.T.]
23. Kristmas Feat. ST 2 Lettaz & Jackie Chain – Triple Stacks
24. L.E.$. – Get What You Give
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Monday, October 10, 2011
Download: Translee - Who's Translee (Hosted by Cory B)
Alternate Link: Translee - Who's Translee (Hosted by Cory B)
1. OverLoad ft. Eddy Fontane [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
2. Enough ft. Truth Turner [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
3. Morning Sun [Prod. by Mr. Hanky]
4. Doin To Much ft. Truth Turner [Prod. by Hunga, LA]
5. Hell Yeah ft. Mykko Montana and Solace [Prod. by Mr. ColliPark Mr. Hanky]
6. Everyone Else [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
7. Play it Back [Prod. by Maxx Payne]
8. Mind Bending [Prod. by CashFlow Beats]
9. GONE Remix (The Weeknd)
10. Guitar Thoughts ft. EarthTone Truth Turner [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
11. Don't Settle For Less [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
12. Need It Now ft. Swurv3 [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
13. Nothing Above [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
14. State of The Industry [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
15. HSV 256 ft. CP (Chris Pride) [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
16. SKIT (EveryBodyLovesEddie)
17. Shut Yo Mouth [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
18. Trouble Child [Prod. by Hunga, LA]
19. Does Anybody Love ft. Eddy Fontane [Prod. by RelDK]
20. Did You Know [Prod. by Todd Marshall Chris Hunter]
21. Music Never Dies [Prod. by Todd Marshall]
22. My Phone (Stuey Rock ft. TRANSLEE Gorilla Zoe) [Prod. by Nard and B]
Jason Deford (D.O.B. 12-04-1984) is Nashville/Antioch TN. born rap artist B.K.A. JELLY ROLL A.K.A. Fat Man Jones. JELLY's career began much like some of the all time "GREATS" (CANIBUS, KRS ONE, JAY Z, & EMINEM) as a freestyle and battle rapper. With more than a dozen albums/CDs & mix tapes, a fast growing viral/online campaign and countless independent artist nominations. JELLY ROLL is becoming one the most sought out Indi rap artists by fans and major labels...
With that said... A Message To All The Major Labels! "We're holding out like Chris Johnson"!!!
Download Jelly Roll - 7Day$ Clean mp3
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Sunday, October 9, 2011
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Friday, October 7, 2011
T.C. Da Outlaw Ft. Lil St. Louis
Label: 100 Percent Ent.
Dir. By: Deno Terrorteno
Prod. By: Tek Support Productions
Twitter: @TcDaOutlaw @LILSTL @TekSupportProd
Feddie and Yung CEO presents a few tracks from upcoming street albums E.S.P.N. (Every Sale Play Needed) and Feddie Mane's "Greenbacks" both with features from World Know CTE's Slick Pulla and 2Eleven. Production by O'Third Bossman and DJ Cunta
Thursday, October 6, 2011
The link below is courtesy of Dirty Glove Bastard, who are sponsoring a set at this year's A3C festival on Saturday at the Masquerade in Atlanta. If you're in town, bring your ass down there to check out some live country rap tunes.
DOWNLOAD: Jackie Chain featuring Bun B and Big KRIT - Parked Outside (Produced by Big KRIT)
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Mothership: The Decatur Connection is a collaborative project between funk legend, George Clinton, and creative, hip-hop/funk artist, Aleon Craft. Mothership: The Decatur Connection is a musical creation consisting of elements from: Aleon Craft's Mothership Decatur, The Parliament's catalog - including, Mothership Connection - and original recordings from both Aleon Craft and George Clinton. Paul Forrest, SMKA-affiliate, is the chief producer behind Mothership: The Decatur Connection and was tasked with taking all of the pieces from Craft and Clinton and creating something unique that reflected their style and vision. Mothership: The Decatur Connection is an exciting mash-up project combining two very different artists, both with an exceptional creative process. The project is presented by SMKA & Funkprobosci.com and is scheduled to be released in 2011.
Aleon Craft - "Donkey Kong" off Mothership: The Decatur Connection
Processed by Aleon Craft & SMKA
The Stargazing Soundtrack
hosted by Mick Boogie & Terry Urban
Aleon Craft @ 2011 A3C Hip-Hop Festival
Tuesday, October 4th 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOUSTON RAP ARTIST TRAE THA TRUTH TO OPEN EMERGENCY CHILDREN'S
SHELTER THROUGH HIS ANGEL BY NATURE CHARITY
Official Opening To Be Celebrated November 1st
Houston, TX ~ Rap artist Trae Tha Truth has long been known for giving back to the community. Back in 2008 he was honored with his own day, 'Trae Day', by then Mayor, Bill White, for his many acts of community service to those less fortunate in his city. Each year that day has seen Trae hosting a free block party featuring donated school supplies, school immunizations, children's game and rides and a free concert by an impressive roster of local and nationally known artists. Taking that commitment a step further, Trae, along with his charitable organization, Angel By Nature (ABN), is to open an emergency children's shelter to temporarily house children who have ended up in the system while more permanent placements can be found. The official opening of the 3,000 square foot facility, built out to house 20-30 transitional children, ranging in age from newborn to 17 years, will take place on November 1st.
Trae was inspired to take on this lofty venture after becoming acquainted with Marilyn Gambrel; a former parole office turned non-profit founder who advocates for children of incarcerated parents through her No More Victims organization. After adopting the charity and being sworn in as an honorary member, Trae became intimately aware of the problems facing kids who through no fault of their own, ended up in a swamped system. He felt compelled to do something to help and the ABN facility was born. After discussing his feelings with Angel By Nature Supervisor, Roderick Batson, the idea was born and things were set in motion.
Although Trae recently dropped what is arguably his most important album to date, "Street King"; a project that features an A-list roster of cameos like Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Lupe Fiasco and Wiz Khalifa, he says this shelter is closer to his heart than all the fame money can buy.
"I'm more happy for this than anything I've done." Trae shares in a rare moment of excitement. "These kids are the world. It's bigger than me and it's bigger than the city."
Trae is adamant that his facility will be set up in order that the children who pass through it will find both physical comfort and emotional support upon arrival. The facility will be fully furnished, including computers, television, books and games. Support for the shelter has come from unlikely sources such as Texas Wire Wheels, who donated money to complete the facility's showers and Austin promoter Layne Schmerin, who is planning a concert in his city in late October with 35 percent of the proceeds going to Trae's shelter. Day-to-day operations of the shelter will be handled by Roderick Batson.
"The only bad thing is that it's an emergency shelter." Says Trae. "The kids will only be there a few days. Realistically, I can't adopt every kid. But this is a start. This is how we can help. I want them to feel comfortable when they're there. Sometimes they'll be placed with good families or new families that they don't know, but when they're there, I want them to know they are cared about."
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