Brother Menelik (Av) – Crack and a Dookie Rope

Glock 9, laser your dome/ cocaine and gold chains like Razor Ramon lex and men no joke

Growing up in through the 80’s in mainsouth there were certain things that as a kid you definately took notice. For instance Money power respect. Basically we respected any one who had the power, and the definition of power in the 80’s was crack and a dookie rope.heavily idolized by Lex and Brotha men crack and a dookie rope is a shout out if you will to all the OG’s who remember these days enjoy and listen… here’s Av’s Crack and a Dookie Rope enjoy – Lex LuthorBrother Menelik (Av) – Crack and a Dookie Rope

The Fly (Trailer) – Willie The Kid

New trailer for the upcoming Willie The Kid & Gangsta Grillz mixtape The Fly hosted by DJ Drama and DJ Head Debiase.  The trailer for The Fly features a song called Life of a Drug Dealer which is over the Killa Hills 10304  instrumental from Gza’s classic 95′ Liquid Swords album and also features Willie’s older brother La The Darkman.  Also be on the lookout for HHTT’s very own Brother Menelik’s tribute to Liquid Swords on Crack and a Dookie Rope coming very soon.

Aviation –> http://www.zshare.net/audio/63780216b8a16de4/

No Fly Zone –> http://www.zshare.net/audio/63780315ceb6ebba/

Genius/GZA – Publicity

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When the beat drops you will stand in fucking awe! Gza has and always will be the god mc, his flow is that of pure mastery and lyrics that of a genius. What GZA did for Labels he does again on Publicity, naming numerous editorials and connecting them in classic GZA fashion. I will never forget when I first heard this on a mixtape someone made for me, It wasn’t the whole song but when I heard that beat come in I got the chills and still do to this day. Mathematics produced a banger on this fo real and Gza laced it perfectly.

Genius/GZA – Liquid Swords

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When Gza dropped his classic “Liquid Swords” I was in awe. Wu was already the gods to me and when I heard Gza had a album out I knew I had to hear it. I can still remember seeing the video for the first time, watching rza and gza walk on the clock, genius. The sample was a steady chop accompanied with head nodding drums, which felt like one is in a state of constant agreement. Rza was so raw in Wu’s early days, you can hear the gritty production all over the track.

Some had to snort cocaine to act insane before pete rocked it on.