Rollin’ & Smokin” – Spice 1 Feat. 2Pac, Scarface & Devin The Dude

Some new fire from Spice 1, Rollin’ & Smokin’ featuring 2Pac, Scarface & Devin The Dude off of his upcoming project Notorious Bastards.

Rollin & Smokin – Spice 1 Feat. 2Pac, Scarface & Devin The Dude

Kush Dreams – The Outlawz Feat. Freeway

New video from The Outlawz for Kush Dreams featuring Freeway off of their new mixtape Killuminati 2K10 which is available for free download over @

Kush Dreams – The Outlawz Feat. Freeway

Please Respect It – Trae

Some new music from Trae, Please Respect It which samples Pac from his classic Makiaveli album for the chorus, off of Trae’s new album Can’t Ban Tha Truth.

Please Respect It – Trae

Heartz of Men – 2Pac

Heartz of Men appeared on 2Pac’s classic 9x platinum double album All Eyez on Me & paired Pac with the production of one of the West’s finest DJ Quik.  Upon his release from prison in 95′ 2Pac hit the studio hard, recording All Eyez on Me in just 2 weeks.

14 years today since his passing R.I.P.

Heartz of Men – 2Pac

B.M.F. Freestyle – Bun B

Just when you thought you were safe from another B.M.F. song, Bun B came along and murrrdered it.  Congratulations to Bun for the 5 Mic performance on his new album Trill OG. #TeamTrill

B.M.F. Freestyle – Bun B

Right Now – Bun B Feat. Pimp C, 2pac & Trey Songz

Something DOPE off of Bun B’s upcoming album Trill OG, featuring Trey Songz, Pimp C & 2pac, Right Now.

Right Now – Bun B Feat. Trey Songz, Pimp C & 2pac

If I Die 2nite – 2Pac

A coward dies a thousand deaths a soldier dies but once

Happy Birthday to one of the best whoever did it 2pac.  If I Die 2nite appeared on Pac’s classic 1995 platinum selling album Me Against The World.

If I Die 2nite – 2pac

Rare Joints from the Notorious Biggie Smalls

Alright, first up is this joint off of Tracey Lee’s debut 1997 album, Many Facez which featured a couple verses from the Notorious B.I.G.  Coincidentally The Buchanans flipped the same sample six years later for Jay-Z on What More Can I Say off The Black Album.

Keep Your Hands High – Tracey Lee Feat. Biggie Smalls

Next up is a personal favorite of mine which got much play on the old boombox, taken from Funkmaster Flex’s 60 Minutes of Funk Volume 2.  This one if you’ve never heard it is a must-have, featuring The Lox & Biggie over RZA‘s classic C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) instrumental.

Biggie & Lox Freestyle Funk Flex

Big was the shit on R & B jams too which is evident on this Jermaine Dupri & Da Brat heater for the Bad Boys Soundtrack in 95.  B-I-G glides effortlessly over that polished So So Def production like no other, plus the classic Gap Band sample ties it together oh so smoothly.

Da B-Side – Da Brat & Jermaine Dupri Feat. Notorious B.I.G.

What happened between 2pac and Biggie was truly a shakesperian-like tragedy, one time friends turned enemies over petty disputes and miscommunication.  Two icons that propelled each other to heights unseen in Hip-Hop before and probably will never be seen again.  Listening to the original version of Runnin (not Eminem’s 2003 remix) makes me wonder what a Pac/Big reunion would’ve sounded like in 2010.  “Nothing sadder in life than wasted talent” 

Runnin – 2pac Feat. Biggie Smalls & The Outlawz

In case you missed it, Notorious B.I.G. 2009 tribute

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Timbo King, Hell Razah & Tragedy Khadafi

R.A. The Rugged Man teamed up with members of the Black Market Militia (Tragedy Khadafi, Hell Razah & Timbo King) for The Renaissance a few years back and will also be featured on his upcoming Legendary Classics Volume 1 due out 10-27-09.

The Renaissance – R.A. The Rugged Man Feat. Hell Razah, Timbo King & Tragedy Khadafi

Funny Vlog from Mr. Crustified Dibbs where he does his best Joe Budden impersonation, touches on how the music industry has Hip-Hop all fucked up, racist e-mails, Lil Wayne being over-rated and name dropping. 

Happy Mother’s Day

This just feels right, to all you Moms out there,  Happy Mother’s Day!  (from HHTT)