Black Bush: I got a coalition of the willing. I got forty nations, ready to roll, son!
Reporter: Like who?
Black Bush: Who the fuck said that? Huh? Huh? Like who? England. Japan’s sending PlayStations. Stankonia says they’re willing to drop bombs over Baghdad. Riggity Row is coming. Afrika Bambaataa and the Zulu Nation. So, I’m not doing this by myself, and I’m not disrespecting the U.N., even though they don’t got no army. Go sell some medicine, bitches! I’m trying to get that oil…*cough cough* uh-oil!
Cypress Hill - Illusions (DJ Muggs Remix)
This is one of my favorite Cypress Hill joints. It’s some true to the core classic hip-hop that’s exceedingly jagged in nature. B-Real’s uniquely sharp flow allows him to deliver lines in a rawer format than most artists are capable of. The original version of this song was released on their above average 1995 album III:Temples Of Boom, and the original is agreat song in itself, but DJ Muggs took it to a different level with this gritty ass beat.
My Song Rating: 9.4 out of 10Played 293 times.
I now officially co-run Hip-Hop Revolution on facebook. The biggest “real hip-hop” group on the internet that I know of. Essentially I just gained 100,000 new followers. Things are only going to go up from here.
Hodgy Beats & Domo Genesis - MellowHigh (prod. by Mac Miller)
Slowly but surly Hodgy and Domo continue to progress their musical endeavors forward in a positive direction. I’ve always been a fan of them ever since I heard their first mixtapes. Much of this had as to do with the fact I knew they were going to improve over the years. I’m not saying they sucked originally, but they were only slightly above average.Tyler, Earl, Frank, and now Hodgy and Domo have all shown that their later releases are their best works, and they only intend on sharpening their art even further.
My Song Rating: 9.1 out of 10Played 1089 times.
“I’m like a chromosome I always X them, like Wolverine’s stepson attacking a deadly weapon.”
He’s creative n funny n shit
This is going to be amazing! As I previously stated, the makers behind GTA really know their shit and care about their music. They don’t simply jump on to whatever’s most popular…unlike the real radio,
If Flying Lotus had a free radio station in real life, which you could turn on whenever you got into the car, I’d start listening to the radio again. I’ve watched enough interviews to know his taste in music is golden.
“I got my city right behind me, if I fall, they got me. Learn from that failure, gain humility, and then we keep marching.”
“Well nigga, pop the 9 and let it holla. Test drive wit this neighborhood’s scholar.”
Rhyme In Peace Big L