• Best of Jay Z for Mixtape Friday
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    Daddy’s Hangout Best of Jay Z for Mixtape Friday

    With this being the final Friday of the year and decade, we have one more Mixtape Friday. With Jay-Z having his albums on Spotify now, why not do a Jay-Z playlist? The playlist will be his best tracks from his solo albums and the Watch the Throne collabo with Kanye. Jay-Z is definitely in my top-15 rappers of all-time and one of the greatest to ever do it. Everything from Reasonable Doubt to his 4:44 album was included in this selection. There’s a total of 101 tracks and I’m sure some will think a few tracks were left off, but this is personal. Check out the track listing below and…

  • Best of Joe Budden for Mixtape Friday
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    Best of Joe Budden for Mixtape Friday

    Joe Budden is one of my favorite rappers every. It’s crazy that a lot of people didn’t know much about him until that Top 50 List appeared a few months back. The ones that knew about him referred to him as the guy that used to sing Pump It Up. Joe Budden’s legendary Mood Muzik mixtapes is what made me a huge fan of his. For me, all four were classics and his albums are alright at best. For his Mixtape Friday, hopefully I’ll convince a lot of people to see why I’m a huge Joe Budden fan. Joe Budden has released 8 albums, 6 mixtapes, a part of the…

  • Kendrick Lamar Compilation for Mixtape Friday
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    Kendrick Lamar Compilation for Mixtape Friday

    Last week, we highlighted J. Cole as he’s one of two favorite artists of this generation. This week, we’re highlighting the other one and it’s none other than Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick Lamar has released four studio albums and the Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City being his breakout project. Kendrick has also released a countless number of mixtapes, collaborations and features over the years. Kendrick hasn’t released a new album in over two and half years. Damn was the last album he dropped, and it went triple platinum. Either way, he has enough material to hold us over until he decides to release some new music. For this Kendrick Lamar playlist, there…

  • J. Cole Compilation for Mixtape Friday
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    Check Out My J. Cole Compilation for Mixtape Friday

    First off, today is my 42nd birthday and I’m just happy to see this day. With it being Friday, you already know what time it is. My Mixtape Friday is from nine other than J. Cole. J. Cole is one of my favorite rappers from this generation with the other being Kendrick Lamar. J. Cole have put out five studio albums and they all are nice. Born Sinner and 2014 Forest Hills Drive are my favorite two from him. Recently, J. Cole dropped his Dreamville compilation and it shows he have a lot of talent on his label. For this compilation, there’s around 52 tracks. You can peep the track…

  • 2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 2 for Mixtape Friday
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    2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 2 for Mixtape Friday

    Welcome to another Friday and hopefully you’ll have a great weekend. This week will be a continuation from Mixtape Friday from a week ago. 2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 1 was featured last week and this week we have Volume 2. Last Friday marked the 23rd anniversary of Pac’s passing, and we decided to do a 2-part tribute. There are around 75 tracks for Volume 1 and this one will have about 76 tracks. Check out the track listing below and it’s followed by the stream link. Enjoy and rest in peace to the late, great 2Pac. Bomb First (My Second Reply) ft. Outlawz Wanted Dead or Alive ft. Snoop Dogg…

  • 2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 1 for Mixtape Friday
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    2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 1 for Mixtape Friday

    For all my hip hop heads and fellow 2Pac fans, today marks 23 years that 2Pac passed away. Today also marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Ready to Die from Notorious Big. Many of you know that 2Pac is my idol, favorite rapper and artist ever. With this being the anniversary of Pac’s passing, it’s time to bring back Mixtape Friday. This will be a 2-part Mixtape Friday with the other being released next Friday. For this 2Pac Greatest Hits Volume 1, this will contain 74 tracks. These tracks are from his albums and the songs he was a guest appearance on. Check out the track listing below…

  • Best of Snoop Dogg
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    Best of Snoop Dogg for Mixtape Friday

    Snoop Dogg is one of the greatest rappers of all-time. Snoop Dogg is one of, if not the most recognizable rappers ever. Snoop just released his 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me. He has been in the game for over 25 years and still going. Snoop have done tracks with everyone from 2Pac, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Eminem and so many more. It’s only right that we make a Greatest Hits for Mixtape Friday of the legendary MC. Below are 99 of the best tracks from or featuring Snoop Dogg. Check out the track listing below and it’s followed by the stream link. Bathtub Intro Nuthin But a “G” Thang…

  • Best of Keith Sweat
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    Best of Keith Sweat for Mixtape Friday

    Keith Sweat have been putting it down for over 30 years. Last year, Keith Sweat dropped his 13th studio album, Playing for Keeps. The legendary Atlanta product have put out some classics over the years. Keith Sweat have discovered a few individuals and groups over the years as well as produced some also. Make it Last Forever and I’ll Give All My Love are two of my all-time favorite albums. For Mixtape Friday this week, we’re going to show love to the legendary Keith Sweat. We have put together 33 of Keith Sweat’s best tracks. Check out the track listing below and it’s followed by the stream link.   Make…

  • Very Best of Rick Ross for Mixtape Friday
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    Very Best of Rick Ross for Mixtape Friday

    Rick Ross have just released his 9th album, Port of Miami 2. With Rick Ross, you either love him or you hate him. Seeing that I’ve been known to venture on various hip hop sites, that’s pretty much how people view him. The ones that like him will point out how he’s putting out good albums consistently, plus his ear for beats. The ones that don’t hold him in high regard is usually because he lied about being a correction officer. For me, none of that matters and I’m always looking forward to his latest music. For my Mixtape Friday, we’re putting out the Very Best of Rick Ross. If…

  • Best of 1988 Hip Hop
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    Best of 1988 Hip Hop for Mixtape Friday

    We have finally arrived at Friday once again, so you know what that means? It’s time for another Mixtape Friday and I’m hoping all my old-school hip hop heads will enjoy it. After traveling back to the 90s with Suave House Records last week, we’re going to the 80s. As far as the 80s go, we’re going to the year of 1988. By all accounts, this was the year of the original Golden Age of Hip Hop. Eric B & Rakim, Slick Rick, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane, Public Enemy, N.W.A. and Boogie Down Productions all dropped classics. This was the era that made me fall in love with hip hop.…

  • Best of Suave House Records for Mixtape Friday
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    Best of Suave House Records for Mixtape Friday

    Friday is finally here and that means it’s time for another Mixtape Friday. Last week’s Very Best of Jadakiss was well-received and this time we have another gem. One of my favorite record labels growing was Suave House Records. Many people remember Suave House Records being the home of 8Ball & MJG. 8Ball & MJG are one of my favorite duos ever in hip hop. Suave House Records was also the home of Tela, South Circle and Mr. Mike. In addition to the four albums from 8Ball & MJG, Tela released his classic Piece of Mind album. South Circle dropped one album called Anotha Day, Anotha Dolla. Mr. Mike is…

  • Ludacris 1:21 Gigawatts (Back for the First Time)
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    Ludacris 1:21 Gigawatts (Back to the First Time) Mixtape Friday

    One thing I haven’t featured in a long time and that’s Mixtape Friday. This week after listening to the mixtape I’m featuring is one of I knew I had to post. The mixtape features Rick Ross, Big K.R.I.T, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka and Wiz Khalifa. Ludacris dropped 1:21 Gigawatts (Back to the First Time) almost five years and I absolutely love it. To me, Ludacris has and always will be one of most underrated rappers ever. Not only does this mixtape boast some heavyweight features, but the production was top-notch also. Production for this project came from Big K.R.I.T, Drugs, Juicy J, Drumma Boy and a…