Fat Joe John Blaze for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted Common’s Like Water for Chocolate, a Jadakiss and Raekwon mixtape. Bizzy Bone’s Thug Revenge and Styles P Master of Ceremonies also were played. One joint off some of Jadakiss’s collaborations mixtape caught my attention.  John Blaze is the track and it’s my Throwback Thursday track of the week, John Blaze is off Fat Joe’s Don Cartagena album and it features four of New York’s coldest spitters. When you have Raekwon, Nas, ... [read more]

Eve Double R What with Jadakiss and Styles P

Who was a fan of the Ruff Ryders back in the day? We all remember DMX, The Lox, Swizz Beatz and those Ruff Ryders compilations. For this Throwback Thursday, we’re going to turn our attention to the first lady of Ruff Ryders. Eve always held her own whenever she got on tracks with any of them. This week, the Eve-Olution album was in rotation and it was a dope album. Gangsta Lovin’ and Satisfaction were the two singles released from the album. Gangsta Lovin’ featured Alicia Keys on the hook and Satisfaction was another one of Dr. Dre’s classic ... [read more]

Jadakiss Dropped Kiss Tha Game Goodbye 15 Years Ago

15 years ago today, one of nicest MCs to ever pick up a mic dropped his much-anticipated, debut album. Jadakiss released Kiss Tha Game Goodbye after releasing a group album with The Lox along with Styles P and Sheek Louch called Money, Power & Respect. After the Lox dropped their album and after being featured on numerous tracks for the likes of Notorious Big, Jay-Z, DMX and a few other hip hop heavyweights, everyone was waiting to hear from Jadakiss. Finally on August 7, 2001 he delivered a damn good album that featured Nas, DMX, Styles P, ... [read more]

Lil Wayne The Carter IV Album Review

  Well before getting started I've listened to Wayne since the Hot Boys dropped Get It How U Live album along with B.G, Juvenile and Turk. So I've followed him a long time so I'm not going to bore you anymore and get straight to the review. The first Carter album made me become more of a Wayne fan. The Carter 2 felt like a continuation of the first one as it was a dope album also. The Carter 3 wasn't as nice as the first two, but it still was a good album though.   1. Intro- He just spitting a few bars, nice intro where he ... [read more]

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