The following artists are featured on the mixtape: Jd Era, Ceazar-N-Reason, Camoflauge, Cl Smooth, Sauce Money, Big B, Altrina Renee, Fred Da Godson, Mobb Deep, Lep Bogus Boys, Dion Primo, Busta Rhymes, Vado, Tommy Nova, Capone-N- Norega, Styles P, Mean Doe Green. Let us know what you think, folks.
Eazy Doez It
Murda Mook is back with a new, possibly Eazy E-inspired tape entitled Eazy Doez It. Guest spots comes from Snoop Dogg, Ron Browz, Raekwon, LL Cool J, Big Tyme and Busta Rhymes. Production is handled by Triple A, Ron Browz, Siege Monstrosity, The Avengers, King Karnov and K & Square.
We Wanna Thank You
If you need some vintage/old school sounds in your life, Raekwon's got you. The Wu-Tang Clan rapper has been going strong for the past twenty weeks with a slew of TBT cuts, but real throwbacks, often heading to the '70s and '80s for his instrumentals. Today, as promised, he compiles them all into one free mixtape for easy listening/downloading.
The Chef Vs. The Beast: The Best Of Raekwon & Scram Jones
Hear The Chef Vs. The Beast: The Best Of Raekwon & Scram Jones, the latest project from Raekwon, released on Wednesday, April 10th, 2013. Raekwon continues to impress with each new leak, and The Chef Vs. The Beast: The Best Of Raekwon & Scram Jones is no exception. It's strengthens Raekwon's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Raekwon's next offering.
Gone Till November
With the exception of Dirk Nowitzki's locker room bars, there's not a ton of German-bred rap music that makes it stateside. Joe Young is an exception... and today the emcee shares his latest mixtape Gone Till November. Laced with 15 tracks, Gone Till November gets features from some heavy hitters -- Rick Ross, The Game, Raewkon, Dave East, No Malice, Cormega, Inkmonstarr, & more. Production duties are handled by the likes of The Heatmakerz, Amp on the Track, and Craze.
Bump Lost Jewlry, the latest mixtape from Raekwon, which dropped on Tuesday, January 15th, 2013. Raekwon's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Lost Jewlry is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Raekwon stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.