Magnetic Arts – DJ Honda Feat. Mos Def

Been hearing about this reunion for a minute now and happy to hear it lives up to all the hype, might not be the final version of the song because its barely 150 seconds long.  Magnetic Arts featuring the mighty Mos Def  is the first single off of DJ Honda’s H4 in stores August 5th.Download/Stream–>http://www.zshare.net/audio/63214356af5e5668/

BDK Trailer

It has recently been brought to my attention that the folks from Lyricist Lounge will be releasing a documentary about the Hip-Hop Icon Big Daddy Kane entitled simply BDK.  Below is the trailer, expect it to be released by the summer. 

The video below was taken from  the always creative Prince Paul and Kane’s 1999 collaboration on the A Prince Among Thieves album entitled Macula’s Theory.  “If you got 36 prostitutes and 30 cents in your pocket, Whatchu Got?  Proof that Hoes come a dime a dozen baby” 

The Notorious B.I.G.

Almost every hip-hop fan can agree that The Notorious B.I.G. is in the Top Five Mc’s to ever touch a mic, many would place him even higher, especially us here on the East Coast.  It’s a shame that Big never got to see the fruits of his success off of his sophmore double LP Life After Death.  After his passing in 1997, Biggie has since became an American Icon.  HHTT proudly salutes Biggie Smalls on the 12th anniversary of his passing.

After Ready to Die Biggie got the rest of  his Junior Mafia crew together and released Conspiracy in 1995.  The album featured hits like Get Money & Player’s Anthem below is the slept on banger Realms of Junior Mafia, produced by Clark Kent and features fellow Mafia members Lil Cease, Cheek Del Vec and Jamal.  “Lights excite all the Freaks

Realms of Junior M.A.F.I.A. – Biggie Smalls & Junior Mafia

The Wickedest besides having one of the dopest intro’s ever, showcases Biggie gettin RAW as he did so well in his early years.  The freestyle was recorded with the help of the legendary Mister Cee and featured on a funk flex tape back in the early 90’s.

The Wickedest – Notorious Biggie Smalls

Biggie – Party and Bullshit

notoriousbig_source10942-792458Biggie was that nigga! I really cant lie I loved big when he frist came out then started to fade on him as he blew. One thing I can say is after his passing I have found a new apprecation for big, his swag was ridiculous raw fo real. Many rappers clone his style which makes me angry but when u hear the authentic nothing can match. When Big was first coming out we all knew how raw he was, since I’m in a nostalgic mood I present one of my favorite songs ever, “Biggie – Party and Bullshit”

Mad cameos in this joint