Sunday, August 12, 2007


pharrell and fam-lay go the silver screen!

Monday, July 23, 2007

Friday, July 6, 2007

Quo & Qingston: Up-And-Qomers

First off, lemme' just say real quick that me, Mark and Ross are hopefully gunna' get together sometime in the next week and put some work into this site to make it look good. So to the few readers we have so far, we'll let you know when it's really up and running. Anyways, here's another post for y'all...

I just heard this "Beautiful Girl" (Remix) feat. Stat Quo and figured it'd be a good time to profile these 2 future stars.

A lot of you know Sean Kingston (the one in the blue shirt) right now because of his single. This kid is not gunna' be just another summer one-hit-wonder. He's a 17-year-old that's part rap, part pop and part reggae. I found out about him almost a half year ago when I saw that he was the first artist signed to Jonathan "J.R." Rotem's new Belluga Heights label (JR is one of the hottest producers in the game right now, a few of his many hits include Rihanna's "S.O.S.", Rick Ross' "Push It", Lil' Scrappy's "Livin in the Projects" and Young Buck's "Puff Puss Pass". He's kind of similar to Kanye in his production in that the vast majority of his beats are centered around samples, although I think he's better than Kanye).

Anyways, I think Kingston is gunna' be big, especially since his hybrid style will appeal to so many different types of audiences. Here's some of his stuff (the 1st 3, "In the Ghetto" and "Push It" remix were produced by JR. He also produced "Beautiful Girl")...

"Me Love"
"Colors" feat. The Game & Rick Ross
"The Slums"
"Way We Live"(Kinda' weird, but I like it)
"Riding So Slow" feat. Question and Kyle Lee
"In the Ghetto" (Remix) feat. Trey Songz
"All My Gangstas"
"Push It" (Remix)
"Doin That" feat. Clyde Carson (Clyde Carson is one of The Game's boys, Kingston sings the chorus, solid song, beat sounds very Timbalandish)

Aight, now onto Stat Quo. This dude has been on the brink of fame for a while but his album has been constantly delayed. Most people would only recognize him from T-Pain's "I'm Sprung" remix or from hearing him on Eminem's Re-Up.

He's co-signed to Aftermath and Slim Shady (those are Dr. Dre and Eminem's labels for any dummies out there) and also has strong connections w/ Chamillionaire (they released a joint album in 2005 called Big Business). Like so many these days, Stat hails from Atlanta and reps Zone 3 as hard as anyone. I can't wait for "Statlanta" to finally come out. Here's some of his shit...

"Here We Go" feat. Chamillionaire (Prod. by Dr. Dre) (I FUCKIN LOVE THIS SONG)
"Get Low"(This one's good too)
"By My Side"
"Tryin Ta Win" (Prod. by Alchemist)
"Let Me See Ya" feat. Fresh & Slim Thug
"Call Some Hoes" feat. Kanye West & Chamillionaire

Sunday, July 1, 2007

this one is not rap, but im working on a little producing on rap and more! check it out, u might like my beats, i have some rap on the way

please stand up for the GHETTO national anthym

Chamillionaire - Im True (z-share)

fast pace, i hope you can keep up

lil wayne rappin w/ the kids

~play this one while your chillin, just relax and nod~

the premiere of the fixxers

the beat is catchy, if u missed it on entourage hear it now

t.i.p. raps fast

FIRST POST this site is going to free music city

Here's a bonus track off of T.I. vs. T.I.P., produced by The Neptunes, I don't know how this track didn't make the album!

T.I.--- "What's Yo Name" feat. Pharrell (z-share)

T.I.P. Freestyle on Rap City (6.26.07)

first post with the most

New 50 single
50 Cent-I get money