Posts Tagged ‘ Instrumental ’

Papoose & Lil Wayne – ‘Thought I Was Gunna Stop’ Freestyle.

With the lyrical strength Papoose has had from the second he entered the rap arena, it’s always been a mystery of mysteries as to why he’s constantly overlooked. Every once In a while, regardless of their situation, an rapper doesn’t have to punch down on a freestyle track, or punch up… in ‘Though I Was Gonna Stop’, Papoose matches wits with Lil Wayne, and simply punches LINES. Check the method below, and dont fear to let us know what you think about this Timbaland produced track below. We only wish it was a little bit longer.

Jason Derulo ft. Snoop Dogg – Wiggle (Official Video).


Jason Derulo has been along waves in music much longer than people give him credit for. It’s only with the undoubtable success of his last 3 singles that he’s started to become a household name. Check out the official video for his next chart topper “Wiggle” featuring Snoop Dogg.

Asher Roth – Numbers

Asher-Roth-2-570Something new from Asher Roth “Numbers”. A freestyle over Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Boards” instrumental.

Young Gunz vs. Wale & Big Sean.

Every so often, I get bored and decide to make a basic mashup, just to play in my car, or toy around with on my phone when I’m bored.  I don’t typically release generic “someone’s lyrics over someone else’s beat” tracks, but when a good friend of mine heard a random mix I finished about a month ago, he wouldn’t stop bugging me till I dropped it.  So for your listening pleasure, I’ve assembled a basic mashup of Young Gunz ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’ and ‘Slight Work’ from Wale ft. Big Sean.  You can download it here, or just take a listen below.

Wale – Oliver Twist (Freestyle).

Check out the new freestyle by Wale titled ‘Oliver Twist’.

Rihanna – You Da One (Official Video).

Over the course of my holiday trip to the east coast, I got a little time to check out some tracks from Rihanna’s latest album ‘Rated R’, and I was most impressed by ‘Cockiness’, ‘Birthday Cake’, and ‘You Da One’.  Lo-and-behold, as soon as I got back home from a little sight seeing, the first thing that popped into my email was a link to the official video for ‘You Da One’.  Take a look at the video below.

Grafh – I’m A Boss Freestyle (Official Video).

It’s no surprise that I’m a huge Grafh fan.  And his recent departure from BlackHand was a bit of a surprise, and a disappointment, however, the loss of his former label hasn’t slowed him down.  His newest freestyle over the ‘I’m A Boss’ beat was so dope, it was only right that he made a video for it.  Check the method below.

Nicki Minaj – Tragedy. (Lil Kim Diss)

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The beef between Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim is nothing new, and it’s toned down since the realization that Nicki never fired back at Lil Kim.  But Minaj recently dropped the 1 minute track titled “Tragedy” in what seems like a response to Kim’s multiple dis tracks.  Those are the facts, but in my personal opinion, Minaj’s 1 minute destroyed all of Kim’s previous attempts.  At one point, Minaj spits the lyrics “First name Ann, last name RAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaGEDY” and the delivery alone was enough to have my boys and I cracking up.  Click the pic to hear Nicki’s alleged response.

The Game ft. Lil Wayne – Red Nation.


Click the pic to hear "Red Nation"

A collab between Lil Wayne and Game is as dope to me as a collab between Wayne and Eminem, and although this isn’t the first, I personally feel like this is one of the best.  Wayne and Game’s single “My Life” was a dope single, and got a very good positive response from the listening public, but the track “Red Nation” is a whole different animal.  The beat, is a re-imagining of an old school classic (just like tons of other rap songs these days) but they lyrical delivery by both Game and Wayne is attention grabbing to say the least.  There’s a certain ferocity and angst that they both have in representing their set that makes the track pop, and they both manage to do it without dissing Crips, which I found interesting.  But click the pic above to take a listen to “Red Nation” and hear it for yourself.

Lil Wayne – 6 Foot 7 (Official Video)


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I love to laugh, and there’s nothing better than a person with a good sense of humor.  That being said, I feel like the new ”6 Foot 7” Video from Lil Wayne demonstrates the fact that he can get a good laugh out of people.  The video (which has been delayed for quite some time to put the finishing touches on it) starts of with a seemingly random spoof of ‘Inception’ that was directed by Hype Williams, and proceeds to visualize most of the content he talks about in the bars of the song.  The images that come on screen for “Sleep”, “Death”, “Father Time”, and “Mother Nature” are extremely imaginative and very well done, and the image for the line “Young Money runnin sh*t” (above) had me literally laughing out loud.  All in all the song ‘6 Foot 7’ is rivaling ‘A Milli’ in popularity, but the video for Wayne’s most recent hit is far more inventive and creative than his hit for the Carter 3.  Bottom line, the video has to be seen to be absorbed in all its splendor… Click the pic to watch the video.