We certainly hope y'all remember this choice selection from DJ Kay Slay’s 2003 mixtape Diplomats Volume 1. Cam'ron's mixtape record is impressive, to say the least, rivalling that of New York peers such as 50 Cent, Jay Z and Nas.
Chaining days have always been a great ritual in hip-hop. So much so, that Kanye West made it the grande finale of his music video for "Through The Wire", his first major single. Last night bossman Jay Z of ROCNATION presented J. Cole with an original Roc-A-Fella chain.
Listen to Sh!t (Remix), the latest track from Memphis Bleek. The cut dropped on Tuesday, January 28th, 2014. Memphis Bleek's future brightens with every new release, and Sh!t (Remix) certainly isn't an exception.
Jay Z's Reasonable Doubt is has been canonized as one of rap's classics, and its hard to imagine it existing in any other form than we know it today. However, a tracklist unearthed by 2DopeBoyz shows an early version of the album, which includes 3 unreleased songs and a very different sequencing.
"Rocafella Intro 2002" is the latest cut from Baltimore spitter Rickie Jacobs, produced by emerging Chicagoan producer Nascent. "The Roc era held many amazing intros, from Hov's 'The Ruler's Back' to Beanie Sigel's 'Nothing Like It,' reads the official press release.