2Pac Thugz Mansion for Throwback Thursday

On September 13th, 1996 we lost in my opinion the greatest rapper of all-time. 2Pac was gunned down in Las Vegas on September 7th after the Mike Tyson-Bruce Seldon fight. As we all know, 2Pac would pass away six days later. With tomorrow being the 23rd anniversary of his passing, you know 2Pac is being featured as my Throwback Thursday. During the week, one of the albums that I was bumping was a personal compilation from many years ago. One of the tracks on the project is Thugz Mansion from 2Pac and it’s the one that features Anthony Hamilton. ... [read more]

Time 4 Sum Aksion from Redman for Throwback Thursday

Redman is arguably one of the dopest MCs to ever pick up the mic. As always, I’m always featuring a track for Throwback Thursday that I’ve been listening to. For the last couple days, his debut, Whut? Thee Album have been in my rotation. It’s hard to believe that album is about 27 years old. Redman boasts one of the best discographies and that includes his projects with Method Man. Redman also is part of the Def Squad and Erick Sermon laces him with dope beats. The featured track is Time 4 Sum Aksion, which was his second single off the album. ... [read more]

Classic Doggy Dogg World for Throwback Thursday

If you’re a fan of Snoop Dogg, this has been the place for you over the past week. Last week’s Mixtape Friday featured the Best of Snoop Dogg. The mixtape featured almost 100 of Snoop’s Greatest Hits. On Music Monday, you had the chance to stream his 17th album, I Wanna Thank Me. With this being Throwback Thursday, we might as well complete the trifecta. The featured track is from his iconic debut, Doggystyle. The track is Doggy Dogg World and it features the Dogg Pound and the legendary Dramatics. Of course, this is one of my all-time favorite ... [read more]

Ashanti Foolish for Throwback Thursday

It seems like it was forever that Murder Inc was the hottest thing out in music. Ja Rule was running hip hop and Ashanti hit the scene on the R&B side. Ashanti was on Ja Rule joint and featured on How We Roll on the Endangered Species posthumous Big Pun album. In 2002, Ashanti dropped her self-titled, debut album. The album went on to sell over three million records. Recently, I was listening to her Collectables album. Listening to that made me reminisce about her first album. Foolish was her first single and it went on to become the #1 ... [read more]

Bone Thugs N Harmony Shoot Em Up for Throwback Thursday

After listening to the lengthy Very Best of Rick Ross for damn near a week, it was back to my CDs. One of the albums that I listened to be The Great White Hype Soundtrack. The soundtrack featured a couple of gems and one of them is my featured Throwback Thursday track. Bone Thugs N Harmony had one of my all-time favorite tracks from them on there. Shoot Em Up is the track and later on it appeared on their Greatest Hits album. Either way, Shoot Em Up is the Bone Thugs spins that made me a fan of theirs in the first place. Check out the track ... [read more]

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