Lite 1 Witcha Boi – Redman Feat. Method Man & Bun B

Something new from Redman, Lite 1 Witcha Boi featuring Method Man & Bun B off of Redman’s upcoming album Reggie dropping 12-7-2010.

Lite 1 Witcha Boi – Redman Feat. Method Man & Bun B

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Mechanics – Reek Da Villain Feat. Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz

New video from Reek Da Villain for Mechanics (One of the hottest joints of the year) featuring Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz.

Mechanics – Reek Da Villain Feat. Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz

Mechanics (Remix) – Reek Da Villian Feat. Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz, Vado, Camron, Nelly, DJ Khaled & Method Man

Reek Da Villain gets an all-star lineup on his remix to his new single Mechanics with verses from Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz, Cam’ron, Vado, Method Man and even Nelly?!!??!  plus DJ Khaled yelling a little bit.

Mechanics (Remix) – Reek Da Villain feat. Busta Rhymes, Swizz Beatz, DJ Khaled, Vado, Camron, Method Man & Nelly

Mechanics – Reek Da Villain Feat. Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz

Swizz Beatz hooked Reek Da Villain up with a serious banger right here, Mechanics featuring Swizzy & Busta Rhymes, it’s show time (swizzy voice).

Mechanics – Reek Da Villain Feat. Busta Rhymes & Swizz Beatz

GZA’s Wu-Tang Clan Documentary (Trailer)

New trailer to GZA’s upcoming Wu-Tang Clan documentary, this looks very Dope.

Made Men – Mathematics Feat. Raekwon, Bad Luck, Eyes Low, Method Man & Cappadonna

Made Men was supposed to appear on Meth-Ghost & Rae’s Wu-Massacre but was left off and now will be the lead single to Mathematics upcoming Made Men LP.  This joint features Raekwon, Method Man, Cappadonna plus Mathematics frequent collaborators Bad Luck & Eyes Low.  Courtesy of The Math Files (Allah Mathematics Site)

Made Men – Mathematics Feat. Raekwon, Cappadonna, Bad Luck, Eyes Low & Method Man

Zoo York Mixtape

Growing up, Skateboarding and Hip-Hop went hand in hand.  From 95-98 you could catch a young Rev skating with a backpack full of mixtapes, paint markers, Krylon cans and a boombox/walkman damn near everyday.  So in 1998 when the Zoo York Mixtape hit the streets I was immediately blown away.  The film was extremely creative in the way it interwove east coast street skating with rare footage of some of Hip-Hops finest freestyling on WKCR’s 89.9 Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito radio show from the early 90’s. 

Looking back, this is the definition of nostalgia to people like me who skated and were fans of Hip-Hop.  Some highlights from the film include Ghostface spitting his verse from Criminology right off a loose sheet of paper, a very dope DJ Roc Raida set at the end, plus the always entertaining Harold Hunter.

Shout out to the Coliseum, Eastern Boarder & Concrete Wave

R.I.P. Roc Raida

R.I.P. Harold Hunter