“In the first installment of “Origins”, a new series by Restless Films & XclusivesZone.net, Spitta explains how he got introduced to Master P & C-Murder through Mr. Marcelo and why he turned down the deal with Lil Wayne.”
Electronica’s one of the nicest dudes ever to touch a mic but he a ashy ass nigga…I think its his skin tone he just always look hella ashy to me for some reason
Curren$y - Here (Mixtape).
The High Spitta is back once again, dropping a FreEP on Superbowl Sunday for all his fans to enjoy and though the Giants won the Superbowl, Curren$y is showing that the JETS are still in the building. “HERE” (CLICK TO DOWNLOAD) is only a five track EP but with the year Curren$y had last year, I am sure he will not disappoint. (CLICK ON LINKS FOR MORE INFO) (CLICK PHOTO TO DOWNLOAD EP)
Goodie Mob f/ Mystikal - “Dirty South (Remix)” (La Face, 1996)
SMOKE MORE WEED THAN QUEEN LATIFAH, MORE THAN JULIUS CAESER.
Lil Wayne - I Hate Love (internet, 2011)
This is over a month old, but I still can’t really get over how great it is, especially compared to the second official single, John - it seems that a significant amount of people are coming around to that record after the video was released (and the video is, as random as it is, pretty great), but I still feel the only thing redeemable from that record is Ross’ second verse, which is just delivered on a collassal (even for Ricky) scale. I Hate Love is a lot closer to what I’d rather hear from Wayne; it sorta continues the prog-rock vibes of lone-Rebirth stand-out Drop The World, with a very strong presence of guitars and tinny drums; but it’s offset by what’re some of the most revealing lyrics Wayne’s done since, well, Single. The atmosphere is very inviting, those opening synths welcoming you to what is about to be one of Weezy’s rare modern-epics.
Unfortunately, this won’t be on Tha Carter IV, which still has promise despite a terrible second single and ever worse cover. That was pushed back to June 21st; which is completely fine because GOBLIN will be here in less than two weeks, and I’m pretty sure that’ll dominate my 2011 musically.
This beat reminds me of the Men In Black cartoon series theme which is a plus in my book, but the track is still whack. I havent really been paying all that much attention to Wayne since No Ceilings came out.
Big Tymers - “Big Ballin’” (Cash Money, 1998)
This is what the “Ha” video would’ve been like if it had only showed the happy parts of New Orleans. One could also extend this into a broader comparative analogy between the Big Tymer’s recorded output and Juvenile’s. (via dgb)