Can’t Make it Home – Devin The Dude

“I Can’t Make It Home” is an immediate classic off of Devin the Dude’s newest release Landing Gear, his first major release without Rap-A-Lot records behind him.  Landing Gear dropped Oct. 7th go cop that and support devin, he’s a real artist making dope records in a sad time for Hip-hop.  

Real Video for Lacville 79′ from 2002’s “Just Tryin ta’ Live”   “I’m rollin, car not stolen, probably never will be it’s much too old n, smokin weed and feelin fine, in my Lacville 79′  

Picture Perfect – Chamillionaire + Bun B

“Picture Perfect” was a stand-out track off of Chamillionaire’s 2005 release Sound Of Revenge which sampled the UGK classic “One Day” off of their Ridin’ Dirty album in 96.  Produced by Sol Messiah and featuring the Underground King himself BUN B, this was a standout track on a truly slept on album by Chamillionaire. 

Tell Me – Rolling Stones

Growing up The Rolling Stones were always my parents favorite group, I was into the Beatles myself, but now that I’m wiser, I fuck with the stones.  “Tell Me” is actually off of the groups first LP and was the only song written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards on that album.  Here is a live version of the kids performing Tell Me in front of a bunch of screaming fans as they were famous for in their early “pop” years. 

I was first put on to this song watching Martin Scorsese’s “Mean Streets” when it appears in one of the countless Bar scenes, Scorsese is famous for using Rolling Stones songs in just about all of his pictures, but he really revolutionized all together the way music is used in Films as a whole.  Here is the actual scene Tell Me was used in Mean Streets with the great Harvey Keitel, enjoy.