Tony Yayo is continuing his throwback series; so far he’s blessed us with some Eric B. & Rakim, Main Source, Black Moon, and Channel Live. Now he’s going in on another classic, this time it’s Half-A-Mill’s “Some N*ggaz.” Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted February 27, 2015 / No Comments
G-Unit’s The Beast Is G-Unit EP is finally getting a release date after much delay and speculation. The 6-track EP will officially drop via iTunes on March 3rd and to celebrate the G-Unit crew is sharing “Boy Boy” off the forthcoming project. Featuring all of the core members (sans Lloyd Banks) “Boy Boy” finds the unit going bar for bar over some sick production courtesy of !llmind, Jake One and G-Koop. Listen after the jump.
- Audioposted January 4, 2015 / No Comments
G-Unit’s Young Buck is looking to make the most out of the new year as he releases a new loosie with “New Year’s Cake.” The track, which borrows the awesome “Pound Cake” beat, finds Buck reveling in the misery before celebrating his triumphs. Listen to Young Buck’s “New Year’s Cake” after the jump.
- Mixtapesposted August 1, 2014 / No Comments
Just in time for the weekend is another episode of the 730 and ProfileWild Freshness mixtape/podcast. Featuring all the latest heat that we’ve been bumping. Remember, no payola, no favors, just freshness.
Canibus – Interfreeverse (Prod. by Domingo)
Cormega feat. Masta Ace, Craig G, and Kool G. Rap – Industry (Remix)
Raekwon – Flawless
- 730's Columnposted March 11, 2014 / 3 Comments
Remember when all 50 Cent had to do to turn an entire fanbase against an artist was snicker in his, or in Ashanti’s case, her direction. Those flinchingly loyal fans all of a sudden had to burn their CDs, trash their mp3s, and deny any positive feelings they may have had for said artist at any time. Back in the day, and it makes me feel old that I can write like that now, 50 launched an all-out assault on this cat named Ja Rule, who was absolutely killing the game at the time. Not only did every single he drop strike radio gold, but he had a solid team around him, and, more valuable than all of that, Ja had perfected the rap and R&B crossover that 50 would soon take for himself, minus corny J.Lo cameos.