Big Talk – The Cool Kids

Some dope new music from The Cool Kids, Big Talk produced by Chuck.

Big Talk – The Cool Kids

National Anthem (Fuck The World) Video – Freddie Gibbs

DOPE video from Freddie Gibbs for the lead single to his new EP Str8 Killa No Filla dropping 8-3-2010 National Anthem (Fuck The World).

National Anthem (Fuck The World) – Freddie Gibbs

Us – Brother Ali

There’s no me and no you it’s just us

Brother Ali takes us to church on Us from his upcoming album of the same title dropping (9/22/09)Download/Stream–>http://www.zshare.net/audio/6343903374a421e2/

Boxframe Cadillac – Freddie Gibbs

Fresh off the sucess of his Miseducation of Freddie Gibbs mixtape Gary Indiana’s Freddie Gibbs is gearing up to release his debut album midwestgangstaboxframecadillacmuzik.  Look for Boxframe Cadillac to pop up on the album somewhere as well.  (youtube is just the preview, check the zshare for full version)

Download/Stream–>  http://www.zshare.net/audio/6131960045749f71/

Home – Kanye West

Kanye West teamed up with a then virtually unknown John Legend to drop the soulful Home, way back around the time Through the Wire was blowing up and while Kanye was feverishly recording music for his debut album the College Dropout.  Enjoy Kanyeezy’s ode to his home the windy city itself,  Chicago.

Cam’Ron – Get It In Ohio

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Killa is fucking back for real. For a little bit I thought Cam got caught up and fell apart but I was wrong. Fuck Jim, Fuck Santana, Cam is Dipset, he the one who carried them cats for years and they ended up half stepping.

Validation of Cam’Ron’s comeback is evident in his new track “Get It In Ohio”. Cam big ups the fourth coast in a sick video showcasing Gucci bags of coke and Midwest OG’s in those long minks.

“Not King James, these were coke kings”

MC Breed R.I.P.

Legendary Midwest rapper MC Breed passed away on saturday Nov. 22nd from what appears to be kidney failure.  Breed dropped classic material back in the day that I personally bumped alot(and still do), his music will forever live on.  1991’s anthem Ain’t No Future in Yo’ Frontin 

1993’s timeless Gotta Get Mine featuring 2pac  gotta get mine