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Who Is ASAP Rocky?
If you're not sure who ASAP Rocky is, then you might want to check out the in-depth interview with Complex where the 23-year-old Harlem repper goes in about everything from hustling to fashion to his obsession with the purple drink.
Rocky claims his parents named him after Rakim and he's flirting with the idea of naming his child Kanye when the time comes.
Heavily influenced by Houston's sound, Rocky admits he's never been there but he admires the city. "I'm quite sure Wu-Tang had never been to China before, but they were influenced [by Chinese culture] and you couldn't tell them that they weren't."
Rocky also builds on the fact that his crew all have the ASAP name in front of their own and he made sure he secured a record deal that would allow him to put out other artists on his RCA label.
When asked about his relationship with Drake, Rock states that Drizzy posted his "Purple Swag" video on his blog and reached out to him to let him know he was an influence. Rocky credits him for that and is now a part of Drake's Club Paradise Tour.
"They call him corny but it is what it is. I'd smack the s**t out of somebody for Drake."
He would also smack somebody for Mac Miller and although Rocky's no longer homophobic, he can't hang out with Brandon (Lil B) because he wears "my grandmother's earrings."
1. Welcome To The Darkside (Feat. French Montana)
2. Dopeman (Feat. Jadakiss & Dre of Cool & Dre)
3. So Fly (Feat. Arland)
4. Big Business
5. Angels Say
6. Pushing Keys (Feat. Raekwon)
7. Drop A Body
8. My Lord
9. Fuck Them Other Niggas
10. Around The World (Feat. Arland)
Saturday, October 29, 2011
As you know I usually try to cap these weekly mixes at 25 songs but unlike last week I had plenty of content to choose from. So to make up for it you get 30 this time around. And it actually could have been longer if I didn’t restrain myself, you’ll see if you read below.
-If you speak to anybody who knows me personally (especially from 06-09) they’ll tell you how big a fan I am of Immortal Technique. After not having released any new material since 2008 he decided to drop off a free album this week entitled The Martyr. It’s sick and is definitely his style. The only complaint I had with it was the overuse of other artists. I’ve always found Tech at his best when he’s alone. Regardless, there are five tracks from it on here and I used restraint not to include 2 or 3 more. My two favorites being “Natural Beauty” and “Rich Mans World (1%)”, but “The Martyr”, “Eyes In The Sky” and “Black Vikings” featuring Styles P, Vinnie Paz and Poison Pen aren’t far behind.
-My top song on here actually isn’t from the above project but instead I been playing Pusha T’s “What Dreams Are Made Of” non stop. This sh!t will make you jackd up.
-Speaking of projects, two sick mixtapes came out this week with Verze’s Shadowlight and Mac L’s Raw Material. Both I highly recommend checking out in full if you enjoy what you hear off this mix.
-Finally a Ludacris sighting. He’s always been one of those guys to me that will release 4 or 5 tracks and 1 will be a hit. “I’m On Fire” featuring Big K.R.I.T. right now is that one.
-Included another True God track called “Original Kings”. It’s only my second listen of this guy. Right now I haven’t been huge on his ability to hold a chorus but rather it’s his lyrical content that keeps me playing his music.
-Wale’s Ambition leaked unfortunately. “Quick Work” is a lot like his previous song “Bait”. Quick paced.
-Lloyd Banks with another ill cut. “Make It Stack” should be appearing on Cold Corner 2 once it finally drops.
An extensive playlist this week. However, about 10 songs are from mixtapes that I reviewed in depth days back so it’s more or less 20 singles. Whatever it is, I know this ain’t just Muzik, it’s Too Sick. Listen and grab you whichever songs you enjoy for download below.
02.Fabolous (feat. Jay-Z & Uncle Murda) – Where Brooklyn At (Massive Trip BLND)
03.Styles P. – I Ain’t Got The Time (Massive Trip BLND)
04.Stack Bundles (feat. Bynoe) – A Couple Shots (Massive Trip BLND)
05.Papoose – No Help (Massive Trip BLND)
06.Jadakiss (feat. Fred The Godson) – Toast To That (Massive Trip BLND)
07.Ace Hood – Body Bag (Massive Trip BLND)
08.Frank Knight (feat. God$Plan) – Section Death (Massive Trip BLND)
09.Myssone (feat. Styles P.) – Don’t Like Nobody (Massive Trip BLND)
10.Pusha T – Dreams Money Can Buy (Massive Trip BLND)
11.Lloyd Banks – Freestyle (Massive Trip BLND)
12.Common – Dream Come True (Massive Trip BLND)
13.Red Cafe – (feat. Ryan Leslie & Rick Ross) – Fly Together (Massive Trip BLND)
14.Stack Bundles (feat. Ransom) – Cypher (Massive Trip BLND)
15.Max B (feat. Red Cafe, Styles P. & French Montana) – What I Do (Massive Trip RMX-BLND)
16.Fabolous (feat. Lloyd Banks & Vado) Mo’ (Massive Trip BLND)
17.Noreaga – Freestyle (Massive Trip BLND)
18.Cam’ron (feat. Jim Jones) – Bitch I’m a Dip (Massive Trip BLND)
19.Styles P. (feat. Jadakiss) – O.K. (Massive Trip BLND)
20.Frank Knight (feat. Yayo Cash & Godsplan) – We Gon’ Shine (Produced By Massive Trip)
21.Slaughterhouse – Back (Massive Trip BLND)
22.Cory Gunz (feat. Myssone) – KRS Bronx (Massive Trip BLND)
23.Styles P. (feat. Sheek Louch & Jadakiss) – Onyx Jacking (Massive Trip BLND)
24.Busta Rhymes – I Get The Platinum (Massive Trip BLND) produced by Scram Jones
25.Peedi Crakk (feat. Young Chris & Red Cafe) – Find Me (Massive Trip BLND)
26.Styles P. – Feeling’s Gone (Massive Trip BLND)
01. Intro (ft. Kanye West)
02. Freestyle (ft. Kardinal Offishall)
03. Weight of the World Pt.1 (ft. Bun B, Grafh, & Stat Quo)
04. Corleone (ft. Ras Kass) [prod. Nick Fury HD]
05. Freestyle (ft. Capone-n-Noreaga)
06. Interlude (ft. Pharrell, Compton Ass Terry, & N.O.R.E.)
07. On & On (ft. N.O.R.E. & Sean Kingston) [prod. Hazardis Soundz]
08. Freestyle (ft. Joe Budden*)
09. Why Wouldn’t We (ft. Mr. Cheeks & Iconz)
10. My Block (Miami) (Remix) (ft. Pitbull, Garcia, Brisco, Heckler, Gunplay (of Triple C’s), Flo-Rida, Cubo, DJ Khaled & Smitty) [prod. Miami Beat Wave]
11. Freestyle (ft. Stat Quo & Kardinal Offishall) [prod. Da Riffs]
12. Get That (ft. Heckler, Capone-n-Noreaga & Lil Jon) [prod. Midi Mafia]
13. Freestyle (ft. M1 (of Dead Prez))
14. Freestyle (ft. Guru (R.I.P.))
15. Yes-N-Deed 05’ (ft. Wrekonize (of ¡Mayday!) & Rick Ross)
16. Freestyle (ft. Pitbull)
17. High as F*ck (Freestyle) (ft. Redman)
18. Give Em’ a Song (ft. ¡Mayday! & David Banner) [prod. Plex Luthor]
19. One to Da head (ft. Garcia & Sean Paul)
20. Bilingual (Remix) (ft. Wyclef*) [prod. Hazardis Soundz & Maximus]
21. Freestyle (ft. Cam’ron)
22. Freestyle (ft. Buckshot)
23. Freestyle (ft. Smif-n-Wessun & Mecca)
24. Frontline (ft. Bun B, I-20 (of DTP) & Heckler) [prod. Big Drain]
25. Drink Champ Pt.1 (ft. N.O.R.E.) [prod. The Alchemist]
26. Freestyle (ft. Termanology)
27. My Block [original]
28. MIami Niggas (ft. Da All, Garcia, Illseed, Dynas, & J-Pure)
29. Southpaw (ft. Wrekonize, Elohim, Dynas, Diamante, Garcia, OP & Da ALL)
30. Freestyle (ft. Tash [of Tha Alkaholiks])
31. Freestyle (ft. N.O.R.E.)
32. High As Fuck pt.2 freestyle (ft. Redman)
33. Freestyle (ft. Thirston Howl III & Garcia)
34. Vol. 30 Freestyle (ft. Skam2?)
35. I’m General (ft. Da All & Garcia)