It’s great to see Sticky and Fredro back at it! Watch.
Talks about how THIS is the best time in Hip Hop, he spits a dope acapella verse off W.A.R., and explains the production for the album. This MC just dropped an insane album… GO SUPPORT HIP HOP!!!
Here we are….3 and a half months into 2011. I must say it has been a great year so far in Hip Hop album releases. This same time last year, I don’t think 2 highly anticipated albums dropped. 2010 was filled with release dates coming and going. This year has been a whole different story. In the beginning of this year I posted my TOP 10 MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUMS OF 2011. Here is an update on that list. Things are looking great and I hope the pace continues. Make sure you are supporting these MCs and the real Hip Hop. I personally have physical copies of all these so far…. DO YOU??
UPDATE: Footage of Black Thought joining Ms. Jade, Meek Mill, Peedi Crakk and Dice Raw in a cypher in Philadelphia. It would be good to see more of this…MCs chillin together and having fun with Hip Hop.
WOW!!! Thought makes this cypher that much better.
France’s own Just Dizle pays homage to the late great Nate Dogg. If you’ve heard Just Dizle’s mixes before, you already know how nice he is on the Techniques. Click the arrow on the player to download.
DJ Just Dizle – Nate Dogg Tribute Mix (Rest In G-Funk)
Tracklist after the jump
Method Man feat. Streetlife – Dangerous Grounds
This is straight face punch music! I remember when I first heard this I wanted to put my head through a window! Wu-Tang for ever!
Crooked I will not forget the legacy of Nate Dogg… neither should we.
R.I.P. Nate Dogg
Ms. Jade, Meek Mill, Peedi Crakk and Dice Raw in quick cypher in Philadelphia. It would be good to see more of this…MCs chillin together and having fun with Hip Hop.
PROPS to DJ Omega and The9Elements.
Rest In Peace to Nathaniel Dwayne Hale a.k.a. Nate Dogg
The second installment in the M-Rock Best of Series Mixtapes: The Best of Nate Dogg.
“This week’s M-Rock Mondays is a tribute to the best of probably the greatest hook vocalist in hip-hop. Nate Dogg had made his mark as a legend and main ingredient in the game the first time we heard him on “Ain’t No Fun” off of the classic album, Doggystyle.” — DJ M-Rock
Props to DJ M-Rock who also said, “Being a DJ who plays a bit of T-Pain and autotune-made music, it gives me a special appreciation to hear how much of a natural pitch-perfect singer Nate was – even his youtube freestyles give the impression that he did not rely on sound engineering the way today’s singers do.”
Visit DJ M-Rock’s dope site on a regular HERE for the dopest mixes.
Also if you missed his last “Best of Mixtape” which featured Kanye West…. get it HERE
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