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Check out this submission from King MMP titled ‘Statistics’. Leave feedback & listen to the track after the jump.
I always thought Strap should do some solo work aside from Travis Porter and here it is. Features include Gucci Mane, Slick Pulla, Shawty Lo and production from 808 Mafia, FKi, Zaytoven, C4, DJ Spinz & more. Hit the jump to check it out.
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You might not like his flow but he does have a point. His mixtape Pretty Young Thug coming soon. Download after the jump.
Curtis Jackson III, aka 50 Cent, grew up on the violent and drug infested streets of Jamaica, Queens. His mother was murdered when he was 8, and by the time he was a teenager, he was following in her footsteps, dealing crack to make ends meet. Several arrests led to hard time in a “shock incarceration” boot camp. Headed down the wrong road, 50 Cent gave up the hustle and chased a new dream: to become a hip hop star. But his road to superstardom wouldn’t be easy. With gritty street rhymes, 50 attacked the industry and his bad boy reputation grew as fast as his list of enemies. A public feud with fellow Queens’ rapper Ja Rule led to a brawl and 50 got stabbed. Then, in May 2000, nine bullets nearly ended 50 Cent’s life. Facing his moment of truth, 50 persevered thru intense physical pain, emotional self doubt and came back to the game even stronger. Teaming up with Dr Dre and Eminem, his first two albums, Get Rich or Die Trying and The Massacre, were hugely successful. 50 Cent parlayed his street hustle instincts into an empire, forming the G Unit business enterprise and inking a lucrative deal with Vitamin Water that reportedly earned him over 100 million dollars. Always a target, 50′s street cred was attacked as he engaged in feuds with everyone from Fat Joe to his protégé, The Game. The beefs only fuel 50′s drive. Older and wiser, he hasn’t lost the edge he honed on the streets of New York as he continues his relentless quest for success.
My name is Jah Kindred. I go by the name of “Jah K”. I’m an 20 year old rap/r&b artist from San Antonio, Texas who’s been inspired by many talented artist like Jay-Z, Kanye West, D’ Angelo, Kendrick lamar, Maxwell, and etc. Me and my friend/teammate “Kristy Evelyn” have been sharing our new song “Everything” and we’ve been getting pretty good feedback. We both are hoping that this email will persuade you to share the song on your site, for we feel that people our aware of the talents of Dallas/Houston, Texas yet are unaware of the talents coming from San Antonio. We are hoping we can change that with the sound cloud link below. I have more songs I can share, if you are interested in hearing more. Hope to hear from you soon, I know you guys get busy. God Bless!
Check his music out after the jump and leave feedback in the comments section.
Back in 04, before The Game turned G-Unit into G-Unot, he was slaughtering freestyles left and right, and this mixtape is no different. Hosted by DJ Whoo Kid & Steve-O, Game spits some of his toughest bars of his career on The Fifth Element.
Overall the G-Unit Radio series is classic so expect some more throwbacks from DJ Whoo Kid & the fam. Download after the jump.