Today's music fans are quick to call you old when you consider the mainstream music coming out to be empty and disposable. I've found that I'm fine with that. I was listening to Schooly D's "P.S.K.
Original music from the up and coming F5 (@Jay_F5 on Twitter). This is off his forthcoming My Last L mixtape (no drop date determined as of yet).
I posted this some time ago as part of another post, but this joint deserved its own "Vintage Goods" post in my opinion. El-P himself is a beast, but he started off with Company Flow and this joint
New material from Maffew Ragazino produced by Bink off of the Brooklyn Originals collaboration, which drops October 31st.
She is into this show called Revenge, where we both heard this song for the first time, placed beautifully along with the footage of what was going on in the show at the time. I always thought it was
Roc Marciano is a beast of an MC and people have got to stop sleepin'. This previously unreleased cut is going to be off of the upcoming reissue of 2010's Marcberg album, which will precede his newest
Action Bronson and legendary (my opinion, go to hell) producer Alchemist apparently answer wishes and are intending to drop a mixtape together called Rare Chandeliers, date undetermined as of yet.
I'm still stuck on this Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack, so I dug up a downloadable version of "Tick Tock" with Pusha, Rae and Joell Ortiz.
So the guy has an ice cream cone tatted on his cheek. Usually, this would deter me from even mentioning him on this webspace, but this new mixtape reminds me why I ever appreciated Gucci Mane's music.
Bars on top of bars on top of bars!!! Don't sleep and cheat yourself out of some real hip-hop! Now if I could just get my mitts on a collaborative mixtape from these two...maybe throw in Bronson