The Hussle Way – Nipsey Hussle

Some solid new rideout music from the boy Nipsey Hussel, The Hussle Way is classic left coast material produced by Phonix.  Look for this to appear on his upcoming Bullets Ain’t Got No Names  3.


Something That I Like – Ryan Leslie

Fresh off his self-titled debut album, Ryan Leslie treats us to Something That I Like.  Produced by none other than himself, don’t be surprised when you hear the new R-Les record in your girls car.  The child prodigy (30 years old but I refer to him as that because he graduated from Harvard at 19) even gets cocky at the end and lets the beat ride out.Download/Stream–>

Old School – Chaundon

New music from Chaundon produced by fellow Justus League member Khrysis, Old School is also the 49th from the freestyle series over at  Definately feelin what Chaundon is saying on this record for real.


Can’t Crush My Cool – Juice feat. Bun B


Juice (formerly of Black WallStreet) hooks up with the Underground King Bun B for Can’t Crush My Cool produced by Drumma Boy. Juice is now signed through a joint venture with Grand Hustle to Phoenix Suns All-Star Forward [Hyp]ocalypto Entertainment, so stay tuned.


Ghostface Killah – Mighty Healthy

“My god so they are killers!”


One of the greatest beats in hip hop with one of the best lyricist what do you get??? Mighty Healthy. This is Ghost best work in my opinion, you can argue with that but its my opinion. The grittiness of the video, lyrical, content, production ,this is truly a rare gem. Ghost established him self in the forefront of Wu with Supreme Clientele, and also as one of the best lyricist in Hip Hop. Good look to Rev for finding this video back in the day and putting me on, here it is once again for the forgotten.

“Kill one man or kill ten its all the same, after all they can only hang you once.”

The inspiration for this post Ghostdeini The Great

Now You See It – Pitbull feat. Jump Smokers

Now You See It has Mr. 305 teamed up with the Jump Smokers over a House beat sure to keep the clubs bouncing this summer.  Look for Now You See It to drop on Pibull’s upcoming Rebelution in September.Download/Stream–>

Besides finishing up his new album Pitbull has also been busy doing shows and touring the country. In case you missed it at a recent show during a performance of Mentirosa, some clown towards the front decided to “Make it Rain” on the rapper and Pitbull took it into his own hands so to speak, enjoy.



Now its one thing to hear it from us about how the 90’s were the best and rawest years of hip hop; but when you here it from the O.G.’s of hip hop how can you deny it? How can you possibly go against 3 of the realest MC’s to ever bless hip hop?