Tuesday, August 31, 2010
3 LEAKZ - 3 NIGHTS
SUBLIMINALS - GRITTYLYF SOUTH ARTIST YOUNG SHA FEAT NOBI AND LEAR
GRITTYLYF SOUTH AND K.I.C.K ENT PRESENTS YOUNG SHA "CRASH COURSE LESSON 1" DROPS SEPT 3 THIS FRIDAY!!
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Monday, August 30, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
01 – Large On The Streets Pt 2 Intro
02 – Vado – U See Me
03 – Vado – Freestyle
04 – Vado – Come Around My Way Freestyle
05 – Vado Rick Ross Meek Mill – Rose Red Remix
06 – Vado Two Five Waka Flocka Ciara – Hard In The
07 – Vado – Warrior
08 – Vado – Uptown
09 – Vado – Step Up 2 The Spot
10 – Vado – Polo
11 – Cado Camron Busta Rhymes – Rubberband Stacks
12 – Vado Camron – Speaking In Tounges
13 – Vado Cassidy – We Go Hard
14 – Msticky Icky – Interlude
15 – Vado Jae Millz – Rep My City
17 – Vado – Freestyle
18 – Vado – Freestyle Pt 2
19 – Vado – I Heard Enuff
20 – Vado – Ryder Music
21 – Vado – I Aint Mad At Ya
22 – Vado – Shooters In Town
23 – Vado – Streets Demand It
24 – Vado – Clap 2 Times
25 – Vado – Murda Murda Grim Reaper
26 – Vado Camrom – Brick Breakers
27 – Vado Nore Iman Thug – What Up Slime
28 – Vado Maino – Freestyle
29 – Vado – Feds
30 – Vado – Invasion Pt 1
31 – Vado – Invasion Pt 2
32 – Vado Kid Cudi Camron – U Killin Me
33 – Vado Camron – Throw It Up
34 – Vado Camron – Its Your Party
35 – Vado – 1 Minute
36 – Vado – Where Im From
37 – Vado 40 Cal Camron – Blue Tops
38 – Outro Wwwwhiteowldropthatcom
39 – Bonus Track
4.Name On A Cloud
6.Like A Movie
8.Ink My Whole Body
10.Remix ft. Kleva
12.Cruise Control ft. Mac Miller
14.Spotlight ft. Killa Kyleon
15.The Breeze ft. Wale
16.History In The Making
17.Never Too Late
18.Rollin Up ft. Currensy
22.Real ft. Nelly Furtado
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
01 Fear Factor Intro Feat. T.I.
02 I Deserve This Feat. Young Dro & Macboney
03 Level Above Feat. Wale & Pill
04 Loft Feat. J-Futuristic & Spodee
05 Arm & Hammer
06 Yes I Did
07 Anthem Feat. Macboney & Floyd
08 We Do Feat. J-Futuristic
09 Datz Whats Up
10 Jacksons & Franklins
11 Ova Here Feat. Jr Get Money
12 Bussiness Feat. Jr Get Money
13 Amazing Feat. Young Dro
14 Suntrust [Produced By Dj Tech-Neek]
15 Bars Feat. Spodee & Slick Pulla
16 Strait Feat. Jose Guapo
17 Outro Feat. Dj Smallz
An Ohio woman was arrested Tuesday after allegedly operating a sex toy while operating a motor vehicle.
Colondra Hamilton, 32, of Cincinnati was pulled over yesterday for an equipment violation when officers noticed an equipment violation of another sort.
According to officers, when they approached the vehicle Hamilton's pants were unbuttoned and a female sex toy lay in her lap.
Hamilton went on to admit to officers that she had been using the sex toy while driving. She also admitted to watching a video on her laptop that was held by a passenger.
A search of the vehicle revealed a broken crack pipe that also belonged to Hamilton. She was charged with driving with impaired alertness and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia for both pieces of the crack pipe.
Soulja Boy has decided to respond to allegations that he uses cocaine after a video filmed by Kat Stacks surfaced online.
As previously reported, Kat Stacks released a video showing the “Swaggerific” rapper in an Atlanta hotel room complete with a dresser adorned with lines of what's reported to be cocaine.
Although Soulja Boy makes a cameo in the video himself, he decided to respond to the allegations via Twitter:
“God knows I didn't do that. That's all that matters, you are nothing but humans. Pow.”
Although Soulja Boy denies the allegations, Fabolous took some time out to throw jabs at Soulja Boy on Twitter about the situation.
“I jus watched a worldstarhiphop video that should be titled "Stupid Boy Swag"
“Lettin Kat Stacks in ur hotel room alone is #StupidBoySwag.. *All u rappers pay attention, that right there is called #StupidBoySwag* AYYYY”
“Get out the wayyyyyyyy....stupid boy comin thru.... #StupidBoySwag”
“Stacks on deck, Kat Stacks on bed, Camera on record, Coke on dresser... #StupidBoySwag”
After all the rappers that have been caught up by this chick, I don't know why rappers keep putting themselves in the line of fire..SMH
Present and former officers of the New Orleans police department are speaking out about the anarchic days following Hurricane Katrina. Some are saying they were told and led to believe that ‘shooting looters' was OK, by their superior officers.
In an article recently published in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, some officers claim that there was an unwritten order among the department that they had the authority to ‘shoot looters in order to take back the city.'
In mix of hear say and the truth many officers say they were confused as to how much force they were allowed to use in these unprecedented situations. Some credit to the ‘order' is do to a statement made by one officer during a morning role call.
A video shot shortly after Katrina shows Captain James Scott telling a group of officers,
“We have the authority by martial law to shoot all looters.” Scott's address, which he claims was taken out of context, came during a time of city wide confusion over whether authorities had implemented martial law.
According to police records, no officers implicated in shootings have used the supposed ‘order to shoot looters' as an explanation for their actions. Only one person shot by police was allegedly stealing goods at the time he was shot.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
01 Stan (You’re Not Sorry) (Intro) (Piano Solo)
02 Stan Feat. Taylor Swift (You’re Not Sorry)
03 Sing For The Moment Feat. Creed
04 When I’m Gone Feat. Civil Twilight
05 The Way I Am
06 White America Feat. One Republic
07 Lose Yourself
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Cash Money's co-founder Baby, aka Birdman, recently compared Lil Wayne to the late pop-icon Michael Jackson, adding he has huge hopes for the rapper after he gets out of prison.
"When Wayne comes home he lifts everybody's spirits, he lifts everybody's value, he lifts the brand, he lifts everything. Wayne is gonna be the biggest artist in music, not just in hip-hop; in music. It's some Michael Jackson sh*t right here goin' on right before our eyes...He's a beast; he went back to that raw rappin'. That n*gga still be impressin' me with his music. I say that to say that I be around him a lot so the sh*t he do and say shouldn't be as impressive to me. I'm one of his biggest fans, I be geeked out on him. I watch him work, he's just cold. It's some magical shit to watch the young blood do what he do."
Recently Game dropped his "Street Lights" mixtape with DJ Skee that included the track "Street Runners" which is a diss record toward 50 Cent and Pharrell by Nas. Already shown to be an old verse, DJ Skee says they have had the track for a while.
"I showed n---as their first Bentley/ How the f--- I window shop?" Nas raps. "We've actually had it done forever," Skee said. "It was actually supposed to be on the Doctor's Advocate album. It didn't make it for one reason or another. There's been a bunch of different reincarnations of the song. ... I actually have eight different versions of the song. Game, he went back in. He said, 'It's time to do it.' Cool & Dre did the beat. So we was like, 'Let's throw it on the mixtape. It's probably never going to come out other than that.' I played a snippet of it on the radio years ago, and fans have been going crazy since then. We threw that on. Game did two new verses. He wanted to make it more relevant for today. You have a crazy Nas verse. Akon kills the hook. It's one of the craziest, darkest Cool & Dre beats. It's one of my favorite Game records ever. So it's finally out, Brake Lights, it's official.