TROY AVE lets this star-studded remix go.
Some new heat from Tywan f/k/a Cashmere on the challenge of being a father.
junclassic is one of the first artists I met when I got into this crazy hip-hop game back in ‘03. We met through mutual friends Ceez and E-Mid, at the time known as Manifest Destiny. jun was part of his own crew with K-Sise, the always-dope Dynamix. Over the past 11 years, I’ve had the pleasure of watching junclassic attack the microphone with a consistent passion that’s damn-near unheard of. After releasing a slew of albums and free projects, jun’s music has definitely hit the major circuits and he’s developed an organic fanbase of real heads. If you’re just catching up, though, we got’cha back, as jun runs you through some of his most memorable tracks.
Black Sheep DZ hails from Baltimore and is a part of the crew 7th Floor Villains. “Mr. Slick” will be on Black Zheep DZ’s upcoming mixtape 8th World, dropping this summer.
Some dopeness from Illa Ghee with the legendary Large Pro on the boards off his third album, Social Graffiti, dropping July 18th.
- Mixtapesposted June 19, 2014 / 1 Comment
Welcome to the first edition of The Catch Up. Harlem’s own Dutch New York takes us through 12 tracks he’s released over the course of his young career that define who he is as an artist. Before each track, Dutchie gives some background about the song’s creation and the statement it makes about him as an artist.
1. Honor Me (Prod. by Max Dollas)
2. Poppin’ Rubberbands
3. Can’t Hide (Prod. by Dash)
4. Above Average feat. Feti Fantastic and Al-Doe
5. Tabernacle (Prod. by Music Mystro)
6. ‘Til They Put Me Under (Prod. by 730)
7. Watch Me (Prod. by 730)
8. Crazy feat. Maffew Ragazino (Prod. by Red Army Productions)
9. Middle Fingers (Prod. by Max Dollas)
10. Talk My Shit (Prod. by Taakeover)
11. Nothing Like Them (Prod. by Broadway)
12. Lullabye feat. Den 10 and Twin Gunz (Prod. by Beat Novacane)
More on Dutch NY here.