Friday, November 30, 2007

Hi-Tek - Hi-Teknology 3

Title [Hi-Teknology 3]
Artist [Hi-Tek]
Label [Babygrande]
Genre [Hip-Hop]
Quality/Size [44.1 @VBR 69,2 MB]
Ripped [11-29-2007]
Grabbed from [CDDA]
Enc [Lame 3.97]
01 01:12 Tek Intro
02 04:37 Life To Me Ft. Estelle
03 00:43 Interlude Ft. Lil Tone
04 04:07 My Piano Ft. Ghostface, Raekwon And Dion
05 02:34 Gods Plan Ft. Young Buck And Outlaws
06 04:33 Ohio All Stars Ft Cross, Showtime, Mann And ChipThe Rippa
07 04:28 Back On The Grind Ft Riz, Sean Kingston And Dion
08 03:54 Im Back Ft. Rem Dog
09 03:22 Kill You Ft. Push Montana
10 03:57 Handling My Bizness Ft. Lep, Count, Big D And M-1Of Dead Prez
11 03:40 Come Get It (Tekstrumentals)
12 03:49 Step Ya Game Up (Remix) Ft. Dion And Little Brother
13 05:19 Know Me Ft. Jonell
14 04:39 Time Ft. Talib Kweli And Dion
15 01:09 Outtro15 52:03 min

Thursday, November 29, 2007

How Hip-Hop can be dead if Wu-Tang is Forever?

The album's title is derived from the Kung Fu film Eight-Diagram Pole Fighter. The Clan, which has not released an album since 2001's Iron Flag, signed a one-album deal with Steve Rifkind's SRC Records in December 2006. The group's four previous albums were all released on Rifkind's now-defunct Loud Records. On Sunday, August 5, 2007, at the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, RZA announced that the new release date for the album will be November 13, 2007, noting that this is the third anniversary of the death of Ol' Dirty Bastard. However, the date has now been pushed back to December 11, 2007. In a released statement, group leader RZA commented on the need for the Clan's return:“ This is the perfect time for us to come back; the stars are aligned. It's like when we first started with Steve. We put out real hip-hop at a time when it was turning into pop or R&B. We brought the focus back to the music in its rawest form, without studio polish or radio hooks.... People want something that gives them an adrenaline rush. We're here to supply that fix. How could hip-hop be dead if Wu-Tang is forever? We're here to revive the spirit and the economics and bring in a wave of energy that has lately dissipated".Cappadonna mentioned at the public premiere of Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang in NYC some new news regarding the album. He said that the Clan already recorded about 40 to 50 songs, but that the new album will only have about 14 tracks. have released a free 8 Diagrams mixtape containing exclusive and unreleased tracks. The mixtape includes new 8 Diagrams songs "Thug World", "Life Changes", "Stick Me For My Riches" and "Weak Spot".

ARTiST.......: ghostface killah
ALBUM........: the big doe rehab
GENRE........: rap
TRACKS...: 16
RELEASE DATE.: 11/28/2007
SiZE.....: 64,4 MB
YEAR.........: 2007
SOURCE...: cdda
LABEL........: n/a
PLAYTiME.: 50:04 min
QUALiTY......: VBRkbps / 44,1kHz / joint-stereo
01. at the cabana (skit) 01:13
02. toney sigel a.k.a. the barrel brothers 03:02
03. 3. yolanda's house (feat. raekwon & method man) 03:12
04. we celebrate (feat. kid capri) 04:13
05. walk around 03:32
06. yapp city (feat. trife da god & sun god) 03:44
07. white linen affair (toney awards) 04:07
08. supa gfk 03:39
09. rec-room therapy (feat. raekwon & u-god) 03:14
10. the prayer (performed by ox) 01:24
11. i'll die for you 03:07
12. paisley darts 05:36
13. shakey dog starring lolita (feat. raekwon) 03:09
14. ! 00:37
15. killa lipstick 03:39
16. slow down (feat. chrisette michele) 02:36(bonus track)

Styles P - Super Gangster (Extraordinary Gentleman)
Label................: The Phantom Ent. / KoCH
Genre................: Rap
StoreDate...........: Dec-04-2007
Source...............: CDDA
Size.................: 70,1 MB
Total Playing Time...: 57:53
01. Intro 00:42
02. Blow Ya Mind (feat. Swizz Beatz) 03:34
03. Let's Go (feat. Ray J) 03:46
04. Alone In The Streets 03:43
05. In It To Win It (feat. Bully) 04:30
06. All I Know Is Pain (feat. The Alchemist) 03:44
07. Got My Eyes On You (feat. Akon) 03:53
08. Green Piece Of Paper 03:39
09. Holiday (feat. Max B) 02:57
10. Look @ Her 02:47
11. Da 80's 02:38
12. Inerlude 1 (feat. Comedian Tony Roberts) 01:06
13. Shoot Niggas (feat. Raw Buck) 03:44
14. Super Gangster 02:53
15. Star Of The State (feat. Ghostface Killah) 03:28
16. U Ain't Ready (feat. Beanie Sigel) 03:01
17. Interlude 2 (feat. Comedian Tony Roberts) 00:38
18. Gangster, Gangster (feat. Jadakiss & Sheek Louch) 04:04
19. Cause I'm Black (feat. Black Thought) 03:06

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Another Muslim for yall mind Freeeeway!

Almost five years after releasing a near-classic rap debut, Freeway finally gets his second shot, and there’s some unsurprisingly frank talk about his surroundings not being identical. Since Philadelphia Freeway’s early 2003 release, there was the Damon Dash/Jay-Z Roc-A-Fella rift, so Free addresses that, despite it being old news. He was, after all, caught in the middle and did not switch labels. The issue is brought up in “It’s Over,” which could be the first track to mention the producer not responsible for its beat; in fact, both Just Blaze (who produced ten Philadelphia Freeway tracks) and Kanye West (who chipped in with two) are saltily put on blast for either not getting back or being too busy. Throw in a deepened relationship with 50 “Somewhat Responsible for Mobb Deep’s Blood Money” Cent, who replaces Dash’s role as co-executive producer, as well as what could be perceived as an enthusiasm shortage on the part of the Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam family, and Free at Last has all the makings of a disappointment — a release destined to slide off everyone’s radar within a couple weeks of release. “Oh, yeah, Freeway eventually put out that second album… uh, Free Again, or something?”
The album is not the least bit deserving of that fate. Even with the amount of expectation-lowering context heavy on the mind, Free at Last sounds like a very strong follow-up. Apart from the 50 feature “Take It to the Top,” with a light and frilly production that is absolutely the worst fit for Free’s gruff and pop-unfriendly voice, there are no obvious points of weakness — unless, of course, Free’s lack of vocal versatility is something to gripe about. His “boa constrictor flow” (his words) can still be taxing (or even immediately off-putting to some ears) across the course of an album, almost always requiring a forceful/bombastic production to be effective, and it is apparent that Nice & Smooth would consider him an automatic lost cause for their MC’ing class. But his intelligible grunts and rasps are just as commanding and riveting as any other MC’s best mode. With a pilgrimage to Mecca also in his recent past, the dichotomy between his threat/boast-based rhymes and more introspective side is greater than it was on Philadelphia Freeway, and it isn’t at the expense of toughness — take, for instance, “I will squeeze and leave your spleen on the outside.” He is a sharper, more vivid lyricist, and it can also be sensed that he has done everything in his power to make up for all that lost time. And it must be said that his as-common-as-ever exultations of “Early!” — practically a tic at this point — are more perplexing and amusing than ever.

Go & Get It!!!

01 03:44 This Can't Be Real (featuring Marsha Ambrosius)

02 03:40 It's Over
03 03:45 Still Got Love
04 03:41 Roc-A-Fella Billionaires (featuring Jay-Z)
05 03:43 When They Remember
06 03:42 Take It To The Top (featuring 50 Cent)
07 03:43 Spit That Shit
08 03:59 Reppin' The Streets
09 03:38 Free At Last
10 03:27 Baby Don't Do It (featuring Scarface)
11 02:55 Nuttin' On Me
12 04:06 Walk Wit Me (featuring Busta Rhymes & Jadakiss)
13 03:43 Lights Get Low (featuring Rick Ross)14 03:11 I Cry

You heard him Go & Get It!
Support the artists!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wu-Tang Clan - 8 Diagrams Mixtape...Guess Whos Back!?

01 - Intro (Featuring Method Man)
02 - Watch Your Mouf (Wu-Tang Exclusive)
03 - State of Grace (Raekwon Exclusive)
04 - Break that Break (Unreleased)
05 - Wu Banga 101 Remix (Unreleased)
06 - My Corner (Raekwon Exclusive)
07 - Stick Me 4 My Riches (Wu-Tang Exclusive)
08 - Thug World (Wu-Tang Exclusive)
09 - Maxine Remix (Unreleased)
10 - King Toast Queen (Unreleased)
11 - Strawberries & Cream Remix
12 - Weak Spot (Wu-Tang Exclusive)
13 - Intoxicated (Featuring Macy Gray) (ODB Exclusive)
14 - Crooklyn Dodgers (Ghostface Exclusive)
15 - The W Remix (Unreleased)
16 - Real Nillaz
17 - Ghost Is Back
18 - Don't Go Breaking My Heart (ODB Featuring Macy Gray)
19 - Violent Skit
20 - Life Changes (Wu-Tang Exclusive)
21 - Treez (Unreleased)
22 - The Abduction
23 - John 3:16
24 - Good
25 - Da Destroyer (Raekwon Freestyle)
26 - Iron God Chamber
27 - 4:20
28 - Wise (Unreleased)
29 - Presidential MC