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 ... [read more]

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. ... [read more]

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 ... [read more]

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 ... [read more]

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 ... [read more]

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