Smile – Doitall Feat. Mr. Cheeks

Doitall from Lords of the Underground links up with Mr. Cheeks from the Lost Boyz for Smile, the first single from Doitall’s upcoming solo project Mr. Do It & The Adventures of Freddie P coming soon.Smile – Doitall Feat. Mr. Cheeks



MAN after I saw brotha men drop that nine track I had to go get my boyz. The lost boyz brought a style all there own to the rap scene in,of course, 1995 with lifestyles of the rich and shameless. the debut single helped the lost boyz take off and become a very sought after sound of the mid 90’s. I especially remember this track because it was the first cd played in my new technics stereo system with the 10″ subs. I played the shit out of this song and brotha men heard it many times bumpin in the alley way.enjoy.RIP freeky tah.

Hey Baby – Stephen Marley feat. Mos Def

Stephen Marley released Mind Control in 2007, it featured the single “The Traffic Jam” alongside his brother Damian (Jr. Gong) Marley.  Another bright spot on the album is “Hey Baby” which features the mighty Mos Def.

Ghetto Jiggy – Lost Boyz

The Lost Boyz dropped their last album LB IV Life back in 1999 although it’s their least known album it still yielded a few hits.  Including We Got That Hot Shit, Only live Once and Ghetto Jiggy

Six months prior to this albums release founding member and possibly the livest hypeman ever Freaky Tah was murdered but is still featured all over the album.  Tah was definitely not your average hypeman, he made each track better by his adlibs with Mr. Cheeks.  Not to mention occasionally getting busy himself with his solo song Problems on the LB’s debut album Legal Drug Money in 96.