Young Jeezy feat. Shawty Redd – Who Dat

Shawty Redd on the track!

Luke, je kan niet meer haten op Jeezy, aangezien hij tegenwoordig heavily co-signed by Ice Cube is.



I’m (almost) back…

… en ik kan jullie mededelen dat er een paar hele gruwelijke videoclips aan zitten te komen.

Last weekend in Atlanta, it felt like there were more rappers teaming up to do videos than were going to the BET Hip-Hop Awards.

DJ Khaled and Ace Hood shot a video for the “Let’s Ride” remix in the same location and at the same time as Busta Rhymes started collecting cameos for his “Arab Money” clip. Later that night in the A, Jeezy rolled out the red carpet for friends such as Rick Ross, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Ice Cube, W.C., Busta Rhymes, Young Buck and Khaled on the set of “Who Dat.” 

“Shout to Jeezy,” Khaled said after filming his guest spot. “I’m a big fan of Jeezy, and that’s my brother. He’s one of those big boys in the game. He’s shooting a video today, and even if we wasn’t in it, we would have came down just to support. We in his ‘hood. We wanna show that support. We got in the video, and that’s a blessing. Jeezy is on all my albums, and he always supports me. We make great music, and he’s a real dude.”

“He’s like a brother from another mother,” Buck said of Jeezy. “We go way back, from the streets to the raps. We keep our thing real solid. He does his thing, and I show up. I do my thing, and he shows up…. In the A, they know when they see Jeezy move, they see Buck around a lot. The way it was in the streets, we keep it the same way in the rap world.”

“It was a big deal shootin’ this video ‘cause Fab came through, and we’re already cool. … Same thing with Busta; we were already cool,” said Shawty Redd, the track’s producer. “The biggest thing was seeing Ice Cube say my name on the track. I had wanted to meet him for a long time, so it was a moment I’ll remember. It was a big thing for all the artists to come support and say my name in the video and support the movement with Jeezy.

“Man, after all these years of hard work, it’s a great feeling to have all these major artists come out and appreciate the work I’ve been doin’ in the game,” he added.

Jeezy co-directed the video. Young said “Who Dat” definitely won’t be the last clip we see from the heralded Recession LP.

‘Crazy World’ is next week,” Jeezy said. “I’mma be real: I think I’mma shoot a video for every song on my album. I ain’t got nothing to do. I’m bored. I’ll just shoot a couple of videos.”

The very next day, Jeezy came down to Ice Cube’s video set for “I Got My Locs On,” another clip shot in Atlanta.


Ice Cube feat. Musiq Soulchild – Why Me?

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Name Dropping Game

Op L-A-X;

Dr. Dre: 6 Times
Biggie: 6 Times
Tupac: 5 Times
Kanye west: 5 Times
50 Cent/Curtis: 5 Times
Suge Knight: 4 times
Jay-Z – 3 Times
Snoop Dogg: 3 Times
Lil Wayne: 2 Times
Ice Cube: 2 Times
Ludacris: 2 Times
Mary J Blige: 2 Times
Rakim: 2 Times
Diddy: 2 Times

Big Boi
Young Jeezy
Beanie Sigel
Erick Sermon
Jazzy Pha
Wu Tang
Scott Storch
MC Ren
Young Buck
Mobb Deep
Shock G
Mack 10
Will Smith
Uncle Luke
LL Cool J
Public Enemy
New Edition
Naughty By Nature
Black Rob
DJ Kool Herc
DJ Red Alert
Big Daddy Kane
Frankie Beverly And Maze

Impala (’64): 9 Times
Phantom: 7 Times
Lamborghini: 4 Times
Range Rover: 3 Times
Bentley: 2 Times

Chevy Suburban
Chevy Malibu

Louis Vuitton

Patron (5 Times)
Cristal Champagne (3 Times)

Kool Aid

Air Force 1s: 2 Times
Nike: 3 Times
Jordans: 3 times
Air Force 2
Bo Jacksons
Ralph Lauren
Mc Donald’s
Smith & Wesson

Lebron James: 2 Times
Michael Jordan
Kobe Bryant
Dwight Howard
Chris Paul
Tony Parker
Mike Tyson

Jesse Jackson: 2 Times
Delicious (Flavor Of Love): 2 Times

Kurt Kobain
John Lennon
Don Imus
Frank Lucas
Jacob The Jeweler
Pablo Escobar
Al Pacino
Tyra Banks
Martha Stewart
Vanessa Del Rio
Ronald Raegan
Jackie Chan
Rosa Parks
Martin Luther King
Bill Gates
Barack Obama
Hillary Clinton
Nelson Mandela
Coretta Scott

Via: HHG

Upcoming albums

New item, every 1st of the month.

Re-Up Gang – Clipse Presents: Re-Up Gang
August 5th, 2008

Nappy Roots – The Humdinger
August 5th, 2008

Elzhi – The Preface
August 12th, 2008

Ice Cube – Raw Footage
August 19th, 2008

Daz Dillinger – Only On The Left Side
August 19th, 2008

GZA/Genius – Pro Tools
August 19th, 2008

D-Block – Prepare for Glory
August 19th, 2008

The Game – L.A.X.
August 26th, 2008

Young Jeezy – The Recession
September 2nd, 2008

LL Cool J – Exit 13
September 9th, 2008

Nelly – Brass Knuckles
September 16th, 2008

DJ Revolution – King of the Decks
September 16th, 2008

Maino – If Tomorrow Comes
September 23rd, 2008

T.I. – Paper Trail
September 30th, 2008

T-Pain – Thr33 Ringz
September 30th, 2008

Termanology – Politics As Usual
September 30th, 2008

Ice Cube – Raw Footage sampler

Download/Listen here

1. What is a Pyroclastic Flow?
2. Jack In the Box
3. It Takes a Nation
4. Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It
5. Hood Mentality
6. Why Me? (ft. Musiq Soulchild)
7. Cold Places
8. Do Ya Thang
9. Thank God
10. Here He Come
11. Get Money, Spend Money, No Money
12. Get Use To It (ft. The Game & WC)
13. Crack Baby
14. Tomorrow
15. Stand Tall
16. Take Me Away (ft. Butch Cassidy)

In stores August 19

Killer Mike @ DJ Envy’s

Ice Cube – Raw Footage

(No download link!)

1. What is a Pyroclastic Flow?
2. Jack In the Box
3. It Takes a Nation
4. Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It
5. Hood Mentality
6. Why Me? (ft. Musiq Soulchild)
7. Cold Places
8. Do Ya Thang
9. Thank God
10. Here He Come
11. Get Money, Spend Money, No Money
12. Get Use To It (ft. The Game & WC)
13. Crack Baby
14. Tomorrow
15. Stand Tall
16. Take Me Away (ft. Butch Cassidy)

In stores August 19

En niet vergeten, kinders… Ice Cube staat woensdag 16 juli in de Melkweg!


Killer Mike is on that real shit!!

Goddamn wat hou ik ervan als rappers waar ik occasionally naar luister naar voren komen met wat real shit!

Hij is echt de ‘Cube van de South!!

Speak on em!

HipHopDX: So let’s just start with your most recent barb on “Killionaire”: “I see these fake-ass Bloods, I keep a tight lip.” Was that a shot at Lil Wayne or no?

Killer Mike: That’s a shot at every rapper who is going against the words of T. Rodgers. See, I don’t want you to reduce me or my words to anything petty. And the reason I say that is I accept and acknowledge the accountability that I have as a rapper in influencing the greater public. Now, that being said, when any grown-ass fucking man 25 to 35 will put on a gang bandanna and will represent that to the public as though this is something that’s gon’ progress your life when original gang member[s] who first helped to build that are saying, “No, no, no” – amongst those members being Jeff Fort from the original Black P.Stone Nation, Larry Hoover, who changed the direction of The Gangster Disciples into growth and development, and T. Rodgers of the original Bloods of Los Angeles – when they are saying, “No, turn away from this culture,” and you as any rapper, I don’t give a fuck what your name is, if you promote that you a piece of fucking scum. ‘Cause you promoting death to children who look like you.

And if the originators are saying that… See what I mean by that, if you not from Chicago, and if you not from L.A., please recognize what you doing. When you watch Game [click to read], [he] not only told dudes, “Okay, yeah this is what it was [to gang bang].” But Game don’t hide the fact he [also] played basketball with Baron Davis. Game don’t hide the fact he likes being an intelligent brother. When you look at a Snoop, [he] doesn’t mind coming outta Crip mode and going into intelligent father mode. But if you’re promoting something that’s unbalanced, then that [line is directed] to you, whoever you may be. Because we are risking the lives of millions of black children.

That’s what I’m talkin about!!
Zie hier de volledige interview…

Deze dude krijgt meteen wat extra brownie points bij mij!

Tenslotte nog zn clip met Cube: Pressure!

Ice Cube – Do Ya Thang

oo yea!

Luciano is up for adoption! ‘Cube! Holla back!