November 25th 2013
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Monty f. Fetty Wap - "Cash Green"
"Cypress Hill IV" Turns 17!
Just Blaze & DJ Soul's "Casino" Mix
OverDoz. - "Why We Never Leave The Ghetto"
PRhyme f. Logic - "Mode" (Extended Version)
RIP to the beat.
I wish Gambino took rap more seriously. I like his music but I feel like any day he could decide to stop rapping so its hard to be a real fan of his.
are you eatin doe?
I like it
HHHHHOOOOOTTTTTT As Heeell
Kendrick Lamar Disses Trinidad James ! http://tinyurl.com/polkdhx
Dope! Someone call Rob Ford!
DOPE as usual!! Gambino's flow is flawless, again! But i don't think he's featuring Problem, just sampling him...but w/e, still dopeee tho :D
new real hiphop soundcloud.com/nsikan9
can't wait for this dudes album to drop
again it sucks
This shit sucks
Dope song. Based on his twitter sounds like the label or iTunes released this early without telling him to boost pre orders. Sounds like he didn't want some catchy shit to leak first. Thoughts about him being mad about that?
Thoughts? I don't care.
This is fuckin dope
N*ggers didn't invent hip hop: it was the white man. Mel Gibson is the true inventor of this art form. One day while walking down the street, Mr Gibson was cornered in an alley and jumped by a gang of burly black man. One of those men was known as Africa Bambatta. He stole some poetry that he was writing for a college English literature class along with a demo tape & planned on reciting poetry to the beat of fast paced drums, but sadly, that tape was destroyed and now his dream and discovery(along with the truth) will never see fruition. Now, thanks to the laziness & shiftlessness of the black man, rap music is being used as a severe copout to escape their life in the ghetto instead of working hard, going to college, and earning a degree.
The trolls are getting worse and worse...
Album should be dope.