60 Second Assasins – DJ Kay Slay Feat. Busta Rhymes, Layzie Bone, Twista & Jaz-O

Crazy new record from DJ Kay Slay, 60 Second Assasins featuring Busta Rhymes, Layzie Bone, Twista & Jaz-O off of the Drama Kings upcoming Rhyme or Die.  This is one of those records where you can just look at the lineup and know these spitters are going to rap retardedly too fast, but I’ll be damned if it don’t work.

60 Second Assasins – DJ Kay Slay Feat. Busta Rhymes, Layzie Bone, Twista & Jaz-O

In My Lifetime – Jay-Z

In honor of last nights dope season finale of the sixth season of HBO’s Entourage, I give you Jay-Z’s In My Lifetime Remix. (appeared during the end credits for all those unaware)  This Jaz-O remix originally popped up on the Streets is Watching Soundtrack back in 98′ In My Lifetime Remix – Jay-Z

The original version of In My Lifetime produced by Ski was Jay-Z’s very first single, released on Payday records back in 95 before the creation of Roc-A-Fella and Reasonable Doubt.In My Lifetime – Jay-Z (1995 12\’)

Gangstas Ride – Jaz-O feat. The Game

Jay-Z’s mentor Jaz-O recruits fellow Hova nemesis The Game for Gangstas Ride.  This joint is actually produced by The Originator himself  & features him and The Game doing that tongue twister fast flow Jaz is best known for. Gangstas Ride – Jaz-O Featuring The Game

Livin’ Proof – Group Home

Bring the fake to Reality, and make them Pay

Group Home (Lil Dap + Melachi the Nutcracker) released their debut album Livin’ Proof in 1995, the album is almost entirely produced by Dj Premier.  Most every rap critic would tell you that this is one of Primo’s greatest works but it lacks substance due to Dap and Melachi’s rhymes, well fuck that.  True the Mc’s kept the lyrics simple at times, but in this case it’s just what the doctor ordered, these two simply told it as it was at the time, I believe the popular phrase among hip-hoppers was “Keeping it Real”  Anyway if you ever do see this record, cop it, because it truly is a classic so don’t sleep! Below are the three video’s Group Home released from this album.

      

Jay-z – Bring It On

This track will go down in history as one of the classics, Jay- Z’s “Bring it On” off his debut Reasonable Doubt LP was no joke! I mean you got Primo on the beat Joey on the hook, c’mon bee! Remember when Jay was really that nigga? Well if you forgot then peep this, before he started falling into that thing he is today. My opinion Jaz rips the fuck out of this but all mc’s brought there A game, from Sauce starting it to Jay holding it and Jaz finishing it, this is Hip-Hop at its finest.

Against the Grain – Sauce Money

Marcy’s own Sauce Money appeared on the first three Jay-Z Albums most notably “Reservoir Dogs” and “Bring it On”  he also Ghostwrote “I’ll be Missing You” for Puff Daddy. 

Below is “Against The Grain” produced by Dj Premier off of the “Soul in the Hole” soundtrack.