Thursday, December 10, 2009

Souls of Mischief - Montezuma's Revenge

Montezuma's Revenge is the fifth album by the Oakland hip hop group Souls of Mischief. It was released on December 1, 2009 by Clear Label Records. This album is notable for the collaboration with prominent producer Prince Paul. - from WIKI

Yes this is just released this year in 2009, and yes thats Prince Paul on the cover and he does every track, what more needs be said, a collaboration between Prince Paul and Souls of Mischief in 2009! Sounds like a follow up to 93' till infinity, there all in top form like its 1993 but you still know its made in 2009.



1. Intro
2. Woni
3. Postal
4. Tour Stories
5. Skit
6. Proper Aim
7. You Got It
8. Hiero HQ
9. Poets Skit
10. Poets
11. Mr. Freeman Skit
12. Fourmation
13. Dead Man Walkin
14. For Real Y'all
15. Lickity Split
16. Home Game
17. Outro
18. Lalala

19-32. Instrumentals

Rating : 9/10

Download Link : http://www.filestube.com/ae935149377458a303e9/go.html

Souls of Mischief - Tour Stories


Souls of Mischief OFFICIAL VIDEO for Proper Aim

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tame One - Acid Tab Vocab

Wait a minute, Mos Def, Brother Ali, Raekwon, Royce da 5'9", Method man and redman, wu-tang Clan, I thought they were up there for album of the year but then this comes out! anyone who mentions hiphop being dead is looking in the wrong places, its right here and this album is what your looking for!



1 Intro
2 Molly (feat. Breeze Brewin & Aesop Rock)
3 Anxiety attacks
4 Ooops (Smegma) (feat. Del The Funky Homosapien)
5 Hip-Hop action figure
6 Suede Adidas
7 Dip
8 GhettoGutterGillaness
9 Press rewind
10 Bitch
11 Kik Rox
12 Go away

Rating 8.5/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/267678045/Tame_One-Acid_Tab_Vocab_2009_.zip

Tame One - Anxiety Attacks (Official) :: Amalgam Digital


Tame One - Molly ft Aesop Rock and Breeze Brewin (Official) :: Amalgam Digital

Monday, November 2, 2009

The Best Music Videos Ever (Part 1)

Im gonna every now and then post a few of the best music videos i've ever seen, these are all must see music vids!


Aphex Twin - Come to Daddy


The Pharcyde - Drop


Basement Jaxx - where's your head at

Friday, October 16, 2009

Royce Da 5"9 - Street Hop

Street Hop is the fourth studio album by Detroit, Michigan rapper Royce da 5'9".

featuring rappers : Slaughterhouse, Busta Rhymes, Jungle Rock Jr., K-Young, Trick Trick, Phonte, Bun B, Mr. Porter

featuring on the beats : DJ Premier (exec.)
Emile, Denaun Porter, Nottz, Carlos Broady, Streetrunner, Frequency, Quincey Tones, Raf Moses



1 - Gun Harmonizing Feat Crooked I
2 - Count For Nothing
3 - Soldier Feat Kid Vishis
4 - Something 2 Ride 2 Feat Phonte
5 - Dinner Time Feat Busta Rhymes
6 - Far Away
7 - The Warriors Feat Slaughterhouse
8 - …A Brief Intermission (Skit)
9 - New Money
10 - Shake This
11 - Gangsta Feat Trick Trick
12 - Mine In Thiz Feat Mr. Porter
13 - Street Hop 2010
14 - Thing For Your Girlfriend Feat Kay Young
15 - On The Run
16 - Murder
17 - Bad Boy Feat Jungle Rock Jr.
18 - Part Of Me
19 - Hood Love Feat Bun B & Joell Ortiz


Download Link : http://depositfiles.com/en/files/47uioqw8f

Royce Da 5'9" - "Shake This"


Royce da 5'9" - Count For Nothing [Directed by Court Dunn]


Royce da 5'9'' - Part of me

Thursday, September 17, 2009

DJ Shadow - The 4-Track Era Collection

Volume 1: Best Of The KMEL Mixes (1991)
These were among the first all-rap (no R&B, no crossover) mixes to ever air on commercial radio in the Bay Area. Recorded in 1991 on Shadow's Yamaha MT-100 4-Track cassette recorder and mastered to DAT.

Volume 2: Best Of The Remixes & Megamixes (1990-1992)
Culled from the 'Reconstruction' tape series, these tracks showcase Shadow's blitzkrieg cut-and-paste style utilizing the best music of the era. Everyone from Eric B & Rakim to Cutty Ranks and even TKA receive the Shadow treatment, to varied and remarkable effect. Previously heard only by a handful A&R men, and specially mastered for this release via Yamaha MT-100 4-Track cassette recorder.

Volume 3: Best Of The Original Productions (1990-1992)
Throughout Junior High and High School, Shadow was studying and practicing DJ techniques; and by the time his 4-Track cassette was purchased, he had amassed a collection of original breaks and loops. No longer content to just mix other people's music, he decided it was time to attempt his own. The tracks contained on this disc represent the very beginnings of the Shadow's experiments in original song productions.



TRACK LISTING:
Volume 1: Best of the KMEL Mixes
Volume 2: Best of the Remixes and Megamixes
Volume 3: Best of the Original Productions
Bonus Disc: KMEL Mix #4 (1991) 4-Track Bundle Exclusive


Volume 1: Best Of The KMEL Mixes (1991) (1:17:11)
1-1 Part I (38:18)
1-2 Part II (38:53)


Volume 2: Best Of The Remixes And Megamixes (1990-1992) (1:15:12)
2-1 Eric B. & Rakim Let The Rhythm Hit Em (DJ Shadow Remix) (2:39)
2-2 DJ Shadow Best Of The Megamixes (Part 1) (17:17)
2-3 Poor Righteous Teachers Shakiyla (DJ Shadow Remix) (6:08)
2-4 DJ Shadow Bubble Gum Beat (3:42)
2-5 DJ Shadow Best Of The Megamixes (Part 2) (14:23)
2-6 TKA Give Your Love To Me (DJ Shadow Remix) (4:12)
2-7 Cutty Ranks Stopper (DJ Shadow Remix) (2:57)
2-8 Jungle Brothers Jimbrowski (DJ Shadow Remix) (4:25)
2-9 Latee No Tricks (DJ Shadow Remix) (4:02)
2-10 DJ Shadow Best Of The Megamixes (Part 3) (7:26)
2-11 3rd Bass Wordz Of Wisdom (DJ Shadow Remix) (8:01)


Volume 3: Best Of The Original Productions (1990-1992) (1:06:09)
3-1 Shadow T-Mor Beat (1:34)
3-2 DJ Shadow's Theme (Original Version) (2:41)
3-3 Sampler Phone Message (0:16)
3-4 The Source Is Serious Business (5:14)
3-5 Make It Critical (2:05)
3-6 Track The Groove (4:14)
3-7 Rock Lesson (5:14)
3-8 Genesis Beat (2:54)
3-9 Shadow's Legitimate Mix (Alternate Version) (6:34)
3-10 Preacher Beat (2:14)
3-11 Cult Of Brutality (4:06)
3-12 Beat For Paris (4:05)
3-13 UMC's Drop (0:11)
3-14 Ms. Chauncey (3:40)
3-15 Do You Remember (0:26)
3-16 Lesson 5 (4:02)
3-17 Ain't That A Bitch (2:42)
3-18 Reverse Beat (1:42)
3-19 Oras Intro (0:21)
3-20 Lesson 4 (Alternative Version) (8:35)
3-21 Closing Credits (2:50)
3-22 Zen Outro (0:29)


Volume 1: http://rs411.rapidshare.com/files/168340720/DJ_Shadow_-_The_4-Track_Era_Bundle_D1__2008_.rar

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

The Ten Best Hip Hop Albums of the 00's

So here is my top 10 in a rough order, its not complete just yet, ill put in info soon! But since the decade is now coming to a close it feels like the right time for this! All criticism is welcome, positive and negative so please drop a comment.

10. Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele

Okay, theres alway a lot of debate over whats Ghosface's best album and its usually between Ironman and Supreme Clietele, I even wont bother saying which one i prefer ill leave you to choose yourself. But take Ironman out of the equation and were left with Supreme Clietele and Fishscale, I actually wanted to put Fishscale in this list but didnt want more than 1 album by the same artist so settled on Supreme Clietele!



Best Tracks :
Nutmeg
Ghost Deini
Mighty Healthy
Malcolm

Mighty Healthy



9. Jurassic 5 - Quality Control



Best Tracks :
Quality Control
Action Satifaction
Monkey Bars
Jurass Finish First

Quality Control



8. J Dilla - Donuts

Some of the most soulful beautiful instrumental hiphop ever!



Best Tracks :
Workinonit
Two Can Win
Anti-American Graffiti
Dilla Says Go

Airworks



7. Lupe Fiasco - Food & Liqour

Just when it looked like real hiphop would never get into mainstream music again.



Best Tracks :
Kick, Push
The Instrumental
Daydreamin'
American Terrorist

Kick Push



6. Kanye West - The College Dropout



Best Tracks :
All Falls Down
Jesus Walks
Two Words
Through The Wire
Family Business

Jesus Walks



5. Panacea - Ink Is My Drink

Listen to the very first Song and before you even hear Raw Poetic spit his first verse on the album we're greeted with vocals "Come Along With Me and Share the Ecstasy" over an explosion of pure blissful music by producer K-Murdoc, and believe the message given in the first 5 seconds of the album because that exactly what you're in for!



Best Tracks :
Trip Of The Century
Place On Earth
These Words
Ecosphere

Starlite


4. El-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead

10/10



Best Tracks :
Tasmanian Pain Coaster
Up All Night
The Overly Dramatic Truth
The League Of Extraordinary Nobodies

"Flyentology" feat. Trent Reznor



3. Cannibal Ox - The Cold Vein

El-P once again behind the music to another classic



Best Tracks :
Ox Out The Cage
A B-Boys Alpha
Real Earth
Pigeon

Pigeon



2. Madvillain - Madvillainy

Like many stories go, it took me a while to get into this and even longer to realize the Genius behind it. Arguably number 1, This Album Pushed right passed and destroyed all boundaries of what an album should be!



Best Tracks :
Raid
Sickfit (Instrumental)
Fancy Clown
Supervillain Theme (Instrumental)
All Caps

Strange Ways



1. Deltron - Deltron 3030

Dan the Automater + Kid Kola + Del Tha Funkee Homosapien + the Year 3030 = Best hip hop album this decade!



Best Tracks :
3030
Madness
Time Keeps On Slipping
Memory Loss

Things You Can Do

Saturday, August 29, 2009

U-God - Dopium

Dopium is the third solo album by Wu-Tang Clan member U-God. It was released on June 23, 2009. U-God recently released the album's first single entitled "Train Trussle" featuring fellow clansman Ghostface Killah and long time associate Scotty Wotty. Guests include Method Man, GZA, Killah Priest, Raekwon, Cappadonna, Jim Jones, Large Professor, Slaine & Sheek Louch



1. Train Trussle (Featuring Ghostface And Scotty Wotty)
2. God Is Love (Featuring Cappadonna And Killah Priest)
3. Stomp Da Roach (Featuring GZA And Scotty Wotty)
4. Lipton (Featuring Mike Ladd)
5. Coke (Featuring Raekwon And Slaine of La Coka Nostra)
6. Magnum Force (Featuring Jim Jones And Sheek Louch)
7. Hips
8. Wu-Tang (Featuring Method Man)
9. Dopium
10. Rims Pokin Out (Featuring Lethaface)
11. New Classic (Featuring Large Professor)
12. Stomp Da Roach (Featuring GZA And Scotty Wotty) (Remix By Bloody Beetroots) (Bonus Track)
13. Dopium (Remix By Yuksek) (Bonus Track)
14. Hips (Remix By Felix Cartel) (Bonus Track)

Rating 7.5/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/245654226/ugd.rar

U-God - Train Trussle


U-GOD - Dopium

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Chrome Children

Chrome Children is a co-production between Stones Throw Records and Adult Swim. The CD & DVD set, released on October 3, 2006, includes songs from Oh No, J Dilla, Madlib, and other Stones Throw artists. It also includes footage from a hip-hop concert headlined by MF DOOM and Madlib on DVD. The concert was filmed by Adult Swim at the 2006 SXSW festival in Austin, TX.
A sequel, Chrome Children Vol. 2, was released in digital format January 29, 2007. The CD version was later released.

I just got this today to get my ears on "take it back" by madlib. Also if you havent already heard "nothing like this" then you have yet hear one of dilla's finest moments!



1. Oh No – Oh Zone
2. Guilty Simpson – Clap Your Hands
3. Madlib – Take It Back
4. Koushik – None In Mind
5. J Dilla – Nothing Like This
6. James Pants – Do a Couple of Things
7. Madvillain – Monkey Suite
8. Georgia Anne Muldrow – Simply a Joy
9. M.E.D. - All I Know
10. Dudley Perkins – Wassup World?
11. Percee P & Quasimoto – Raw Heat
12. Jaylib – No $ No Toke (aka "Blaze Up")
13. J.Rocc – Drama
14. Roc C – Movin’
15. Gary Wilson – Dreams
16. Pure Essence – Third Rock
17. Aloe Blacc – What Now
18. Baron Zen – Turned Around (PBW Remix)
19. Young Jazz Rebels - Nino's Deed

Rating 8/10

Download Link : http://rs478.rapidshare.com/files/183733024/Chrome_Children_Vol._1.rar

Madlib - Take It Back


J Dilla - Nothing Like This

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Mos Def - The Ecstatic

The Ecstatic is the fourth solo album from New York MC, Mos Def.

In live shows Mos Def performed new songs from the album before its release. Crowds had heard tracks produced by Madlib and Oh No (Madlib’s younger brother). The album features collaborations with Slick Rick, Talib Kweli and Georgia Anne Muldrow, as well as production by Mr. Flash and the late J Dilla.The first single off the album is 'Life in Marvelous Times', the second single is 'Quiet Dog Bite Hard', and the third single is 'Casa Bey'. The song 'Casa Bey' was recently made into an official music video that was released via Mos Def's Myspace page. The album cover is taken from Charles Burnett's 1977 film, Killer of Sheep.



The Ecstatic debuted at #2 in mp3-format album sales on Amazon.com, and #9 on the Billboard 200, but fell to #29 in its second week. On June 18, 2009, Mos Def stated that he will start selling the album by T-shirts sometime in July 2009 with a code on the tag, which will be used to download off the Internet for free.

1. Supermagic
2. Twilite Speedball
3. Auditiorium Ft. Slick Rick
4. Wahid
5. Priority
6. Quiet Dog Bite Hard
7. Life In Marvelous Times
8. The Embassy
9. No Hay Nada Mas
10. Pistola
11. Pretty Danger
12. Workers Comp.
13. Revelations
14. Roses Ft. Georgia Anne Muldrow
15. History Ft. Talib Kweli
16. Casa Bey

Rating 9/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/240472994/Mos_Def-The_Ecstatic-_RapGodFathers.com_.zip

Mos Def Breaking Down His New Album


Mos Def - The Ecstatic (Album Snippets)


Mos Def and The Roots perform "Casa Bey" at The Jam NYC

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Method Man and Redman - Blackout 2

Blackout! 2 is the second album by rap duo Method Man & Redman. It was their first album in ten years.




The album features production from Pete Rock and Erick Sermon, as Method Man and Redman promise to satisfy patient fans. The track "A Yo" that was leaked in March is included on the album. Also the track "City Lights" featuring Bun B leaked over the internet on March 24, 2009. Wu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Ghostface Killah appear on the album, as well as Def Squad members Erick Sermon, and Keith Murray.

1. BO2 (Intro) (2:33)
2. I'm Dope Nigga (4:10)
3. A-Yo (feat. Saukrates) (3:43)
4. Dangerous Mcees (2:33)
5. Errbody Scream (feat. Keith Murray) (4:26)
6. Hey Zulu (3:12)
7. City Lights (feat. Bun B) (5:03)
8. Father's Day (2:57)
9. Mrs. International (Skit) (feat. Tanisha Green, Michelle Pinckney And Saukrates) (0:56)
10. Mrs. International (feat. Erick Sermon) (3:38)
11. How Bout Dat (feat. Ready Roc & Streetlife) (3:58)
12. Dis Iz 4 All My Smokers (4:17)
13. Lock Down (Skit) (feat. DJ Kayslay, C.O Ellis, Reggie Noble & Ready Roc) (1:15)
14. Four Minutes To Lock Down (feat. Raekwon & Ghostface Killah) (3:22)
15. Neva Herd Dis B4 (4:03)
16. I Know Sumptn (feat. Poo Bear) (3:32)
17. A Lil' Bit (feat. Melanie Rutherford)

Rating 7.5/10

Download Link : Unfortunately if i post one it will just be taken down very quicky so you will just have to buy this 1 :)



Exclusive: Method Man and Redman talk Blackout 2


METHOD MAN & REDMAN - Ayo

Sunday, June 14, 2009

The Roots - Illadelph Halflife

Illadelph Halflife, released in 1996, is the third full length album from The Roots. In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums. The album received various other awards. In 2006 the album was selected as one of Hip-Hop Connection's 100 Best Rap Albums from 1995 to 2005, and is held as one of the best albums by The Roots by many fans.

The album itself is the closest The Roots would get to straight up, simple East Coast hip-hop. Whereas on their first two albums The Roots had a loose, jam session feel to their music, they seemed much more focused on Illadelph Halflife, working hard to give the listener stronger hooks to focus on, one of the main criticisms of the first two albums.

Malik B stated in an interview on Okayplayer.com that the group was in depression during the recording of the album due to it being their second major label album feeling the need to outdo the other two and to escape the sophomore jinx.
The album's hit single "What They Do" featured the group running through many rap video clich├ęs. In 2008 "What They Do" was ranked number 64 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop.




1. Intro.
2. Respond/React
3. Section
4. Panic!!!!!!!
5. It Just Don't Stop
6. Episodes
7. Push Up Ya Lighter
8. What They Do
9. ? Vs. Scratch (The Token DJ Cut)
10. Concerto Of The Desperado
11. Clones
12. Universe At War
13. No Alibi
14. Dave Vs. US
15. No Great Pretender
16. The Hypnotic
17. Ital (The Universal Side)
18. One Shine
19. The Adventures In Wonderland
20. Outro

Rating 9/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/76937689/1996_The_Roots_-_Illadelph_Halflife.rar.html

BEST of The ROOTS - Illadelph Halflife


The Roots - Clones Remix Live

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Beck - Odelay

Beck's debut, Mellow Gold, was a glorious sampler of different musical styles, careening from lo-fi hip-hop to folk, moving back through garage rock and arty noise. It was an impressive album, but the parts didn't necessarily stick together. The two albums that followed within months of Mellow Gold -- Stereopathetic Soul Manure and One Foot in the Grave -- were specialist releases that disproved the idea that Beck was simply a one-hit wonder. But Odelay, the much-delayed proper follow-up to Mellow Gold, proves the depth and scope of his talents. Odelay fuses the disparate strands of Beck's music -- folk, country, hip-hop, rock & roll, blues, jazz, easy listening, rap, pop -- into one dense sonic collage. Songs frequently morph from one genre to another, seemingly unrelated genre -- bursts of noise give way to country songs with hip-hop beats, easy listening melodies transform into a weird fusion of pop, jazz, and cinematic strings; it's genre-defying music that refuses to see boundaries.



All of the songs on Odelay are rooted in simple forms -- whether it's blues ("Devil's Haircut"), country ("Lord Only Knows," "Sissyneck"), soul ("Hotwax"), folk ("Ramshackle"), or rap ("High 5 [Rock the Catskills]," "Where It's At") -- but they twist the conventions of the genre. "Where It's At" is peppered with soul, jazz, funk, and rap references, while "Novacane" slams from indie rock to funk and back to white noise. With the aid of the Dust Brothers, Beck has created a dense, endlessly intriguing album overflowing with ideas. Furthermore, it's an album that completely ignores the static, nihilistic trends of the American alternative/independent underground, creating a fluid, creative, and startlingly original work.

1. Devil's Haircut
2. Hotwax
3. Lord Only Knows
4. The New Pollution
5. Derelict
6. Novacane
7. Jack-Ass
8. Where It's At
9. Minus
10. Sissyneck
11. Readymade
12. High 5 (Rock The Catskills)
13. Ramshackle

Rating 10/10

Download Link :http://rapidshare.com/files/121795067/Beck_-_Odelay.zip.html


Beck - Where It's At


Beck - Devils Haircut

Saturday, March 21, 2009

MF Doom - Born Like This

"Born like this/ Into this/ As the chalk faces smile/ As Mrs Death laughs/ As the elevators break/ As political landscapes dissolve." The first album from Daniel Dumile's latest pseudonym takes its name from Charles Bukowski's poem Dinosauria, We, whose opening lines are sampled here on the B-movie apocalypse of Cellz. The late writer's tale of "hospitals which are so expensive it's cheaper to die... a country where the jails are full and the madhouses closed" functions both as a prophesy of doom and a shadow biography of DOOM.

Although Born Like This is his first album in four years, little has changed. "Same guy, same disguise, sick aim, eye stare," as he says on Rap Ambush, a journey into the heart of a metaphorical insurgent hurling RPGs ("rhyme-propelled grenades"). He still likes to make life difficult. Choruses are a long-standing no-go, tracks veer off at right angles or skid abruptly to a halt. Guests Raekwon and Ghostface are chosen not for their pulling power, but their knack for submerging identity beneath an assumed character. Production duties are mostly split between DOOM and Jake One, fashioning a sound ripe with piercing organs and violins pitched around the point where Frankenstein's monster hauls himself out of his surgical straps.



After a period of workaholism that threatened overkill, followed by a period of hibernation, Born Like This finds DOOM back to his scalpel-tongued, scatter-mouthed best. KMD couldn't have ended worse; Daniel Dumile's renaissance could scarcely have gone better. As the closing lines of Dinosauria, We have it: "Born out of that/ The sun still hidden there/ Awaiting the next chapter."

1. Supervillain Intro
2. Gazillion Ear
3. Ballskin
4. Yessir (ft. Raekwon)
5. Absolutely
6. Rap Ambush
7. Lightworks
8. Batty-Boys
9. Angelz (ft. Tony Starks)
10. Cellz
11. Still Dope (ft. Empress Sharhh)
12. Microwave Mayo
13. More Rhymin' (ft. Kurious)
14. That's That
15. Suppervillainz
16. Bump's Message
17. Thank Ya

Rating 8.5/10

Download Link :http://rapidshare.com/files/209881705/DOOM_-_Born_Like_This.rar

MF Doom - Gazzillion Ear (Prod By J Dilla)


DOOM - Batty Boyz

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The World Is Yours - NaS

"The World Is Yours" is the third single from rapper Nas' debut album Illmatic, released a month after the album. The song was produced by Pete Rock—who also sings the song's chorus—and it samples "I Love Music" by Ahmad Jamal and "It's Yours" by T La Rock. A remix of the song was produced by Q-Tip featuring similar but new lyrics; both it and the original were released by Columbia Records as singles, and promoted with music videos. It reached #13 on the Hot Rap Singles chart in 1994 and is now lauded as one of Nas' best tracks.

The song and the video play homage to Scarface. In which the title is about the lead character Tony Montana seeing a blimp that says "The World Is Yours" and the video is a scene from the movie where Tony gets in to a big argument with his wife and then shortly later his best friend.




A-Side
"The World Is Yours"
"The World Is Yours" (Instrumental)

B-Side
"The World Is Yours" (Tip Mix)
"The World Is Yours" (Tip Mix Instrumental)


Download Link : http://www.mediafire.com/?jgjnjnjynt2


Nas ft Pete Rock The World Is Yours


Nas - The World Is Yours (Q-Tip Remix)

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Notorious : OST

Notorious is the soundtrack to the 2009 biopic film Notorious based on rapper The Notorious B.I.G. / Biggie Smalls. It features mostly his previously heard songs, inclusively the ones harder to find such as "Party and Bullshit" and "One More Chance (Remix)".

It includes two original songs, "Brooklyn Go Hard" which is also from Jay-Z's album The Blueprint 3 and a tribute to Biggie by Jadakiss and widow Faith Evans called "Letter To B.I.G.", as well as three unreleased demos by Biggie and a song with his son CJ.

I Have one thing to say and one reason why i had to get this "Party And Bullshit". This is a decent complication and a great introduction if your new to The Notorious B.I.G and no doubt far better than the pathetic excuse of a greatest released in 2007.





1. Notorious Thugs (Featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony)
2. Hypnotize
3. Notorious B.I.G (Featuring Lil' Kim And Puff Daddy)
4. Juicy
5. Party And Bullshit
6. Warning
7. One More Chance/Stay With Me (Remix)
8. Jay-Z - Brooklyn Go Hard (Featuring Faith Evans)
9. Jadakiss - Letter To B.I.G (Featuring Faith Evans)
10. Kick In The Door
11. What's Beef?
12. The World Is Filled...(Featuring Too Short And Puff Daddy)
13. One More Chance/The Legacy (Remix) (Featuring CJ Wallace And Faith Evans)
14. The Notorious Theme (Composed By Danny Elfman)
15. Microphone Murderer (Demo)
16. Guaranteed Raw (Demo)
17. Love No Hoe (Original Demo Version)

Rating 7/10

Download Link : http://rapidshare.com/files/180761642/dcVANOOST.rar.html

Amazon : http://www.amazon.com/Notorious-Soundtrack-Original/dp/B001JE38LO

Notorious big Party & bullshit 1993

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele

Much like many of the later Wu-Tang albums, Supreme Clientele is not produced entirely by The RZA. He only composed four tracks, while other lesser known producers contributed the remaining beats. However RZA did oversee the overall production and mixing of the songs and skits on the album, being listed as executive producer along with Ghostface. The album's acclaim is notable considering that most of the Wu-Tang's second solo releases were considered disappointments, while several critics consider Supreme Clientele to be superior to Ghostface's debut Ironman.


The album contained a diss toward then-up-and-coming 50 Cent. In the "Clyde Smith" skit Wu-tang member Raekwon, with the use of voice distortion, plays the role of a man named Clyde Smith. Clyde Smith addresses 50 Cent and his 1999 song "How to Rob," in which 50 Cent jokingly rhymes about how he'll rob many popular music artists, including RZA, Raekwon, and Ghostface. The skit drew a response from 50 Cent, who would later dis Wu-tang in an underground mixtape freestyle.



As, one of the greatest solo Wu-Tang efforts, Ghostface would continue to make albums to some acclaim, but Supreme Clientele was considered the best of his works. The RZA's production was highly praised and the lyrical ability of Ghostface at the time was very impressive.



1. Intro
2. Nutmeg - (featuring RZA)
3. One
4. Saturday Nite
5. Ghost Deini - (featuring Superb)
6. Apollo Kids - (featuring Raekwon)
7. Grain, The - (featuring RZA)
8. Buck 50 - (featuring Cappadonna/Method Man/Masta Killah/Redman)
9. Mighty Healthy
10. Woodrow The Base Head - (skit)
11. Stay True - (featuring 60 Second Assassin)
12. We Made It - (featuring Superb)
13. Stroke Of Death
14. Iron's Theme (Intermission)
15. Malcolm
16. Who Would You Fuck - (skit)
17. Child's Play
18. Cherchez LaGhost
19. Wu Banga 101 - (featuring GZA/Cappadonna/Masta Killah/Raekwon)
20. Clyde Smith - (skit)
21. Iron's Theme (Conclusion)

Rating 9/10

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