Caught up in the HYPE CLUB….

21 11 2008

This has nothing to do with soap, human fat from a liposuction clinic, no explosions, chemical burns, mental insanity or brutal fist fights.  No this is different, this is Hype Club and the only rule of Hype Club is bring your “A” game in every bar you spit.  The highly anticipated mixtape is the brain child of Subculture, Chief Writer for Hypetrak and Judah. Subculture has put together and helped produce potentially one of the best mixtapes of the year.  Featuring artists such as, Lil’ Wayne,  Wale, Mick Boogie and GLC and more, the mixtape does’t skimp on celebrity power and also features tracks from Hypebeast’s forum, Hypecrew members.  The mixtape shows tons of potential and all we’ve got to do now is wait for it.  I think my boy Subculture has made Tyler Durden proud.  The mixtape will be made available on the Hypetrak website, czech the blogroll!


Real Gangstas Don’t Play….

19 11 2008

So my boy Face put me on to the intro off The Clipse’s new mixtape Road ‘Till The Casket Drops.  This is the precursor to the highly anticipated album Til The Casket Drops.  Now I’ve been a Clipse fan since ’01 when Grindin’ dropped, I mean who wasn’t but, unfortunately 2008 proved to be a tough year for the VA crack spitting duo.  They released an awesome mixtape with now defunct group, The Re-Up Gang but made a huge mistake, when stepping up to the plate to potentially produce a classic album they just recycled their mixtape tracks and dumped them over new instrumentals that were mediocre at best.  Along with pushing a single that wasn’t the strongest track on the album and a music video that left much to be desired and a failed rap war with one of the most popular rappers in years, things started looking bleek for re-up.  Ultimately unhappy with the direction of everything regarding their album, in September Re-Up Gang member Sandman disassociated himself from the group voicing his disgust with the way things were handled.  All of these short-comings have almost made The Clipse irrelevant to hip-hop listeners and disappointed many of their fans.  Now with the upcoming release of Road ‘Til The Casket Drops there is new found hope, the intro gives you a taste of the crack rocks that await in the rest of the tracks and honestly I can’t wait till I get my hands on it.  The Clipse have an uphill climb but they’re more than capable of bouncing back and fulfilling their expectations and realizing their potential.  So here’s the intro….


The Clipse- Intro ( Road \’Till The Casket Drops )


I was searching through a couple folders and found a track I’ve yet to post, I’ve listened to it only a couple times but I think it’s pretty dope enjoy.

The Black Devil Disco Club- The Devil In Us



Peace and farewell to all my readers!