“Purple all in my sprite, I’m high as Denzel on Flight”
There are some songs that come out and you know that there will be a remix made by the likes of Rick Ross, Juicy J and the other greats in the game, and this song was one of those songs. This is a filthy remix from the start to the end with classic lines from Rick Ross to an unreal Juicy J verse talking about the movie Flight where Denzel Washington gets hammed while flying his plane. This song has it all and is totally worth the download, don’t be a fool, download this now.
“My uncle gave me a bunch of work and that shit was gone by the next morning”
The King is back. Here are some of the highlights from his newest release, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. T.I has always been known to be versatile, putting lyrical rap, trap music, and club bangers all in the same album. All hail the King of ATL.
In This Hip – Hop Weekly we find ourselves with a rather stacked line-up (if I may say so myself). Starting with “Fuck My Life” by the Purple Monkey Circus which is a chill track taken to the next level by sampling Passion Pit’s “To Kingdom Come”. “Fuck My Life” has quite ridiculous lyrics in that they touch on some of the most awkward situations/misunderstandings that a man can go through in his life. Next we have “2 Reas0ns” by Trey Songz which is only made better by adding the ever so confident voice of my main man T.I. Our third track for this weekly update is Wiz Khalifa’s Ozs, and Lbs. Anybody who is anybody knows exactly what Wiz is talking about when he mentions these increments of measure, and I assure you that it is worth a listen regardless of where you stand on Wiz’s “habits”. After that we have “Pop That” brought to you by the same crew who gave us “Stay Schemin” earlier this Spring. I am not a Justin Bieber fan, but when I saw that he had a track with Drake I had to add it to this weeks Hip – Hop selection. We finish off the weekly update with tracks from Yonas and the legend Lloyd Banks himself. I’m pretty confident in this release even after playing with the idea that “a chain is only as strong as it’s weakest link”. With that being said I feel that each of these is worth a listen.
We are starting a weekly hip-hop post for all you hip-hop listeners. we decided to do this because we release so much hip-hop throughout the week that some of the best hip-hop music is not heard, so this weekly post will give you the best new hip-hop out there. This week we have new music from Ace Hood, Childish Gambino, Bow Wow, and many more. My favorite is Bow Wow’s Remix to “Pop It” originally by YG, Bow Wow has some sick verses in this remix. T.I.’s new song “Like That” reminds me how good T.I. is and how he just keeps releasing great songs throughout his career. Hope you guys enjoy this weekly post of the best new hip-hop. Enjoy.
Back with our second part of the two part series of our best hip-hop on our site, and its a good group of 14 songs. My favorite track in this part of our series is “Can’t Hold Us ” by Macklemore featuring Ray Dalton; I love the chorus of this song with Ray Dalton, another great track from Macklemore. Another song that has been really popular on our site is “Goodbye” by Shawn Collins, slow and chill beat with very motivating and bone chilling lyrics from Shawn Collins. “Is It Worth It” by Mike Stud is my favorite song from this Duke graduate, really hits home and he raps about how his music career is worth him giving up so many other options. Really love this last part in our two part series of the best hip-hop on our site. Hope you enjoy this!
Here is the newest single from T.I. Love This Life. I am a huge fan of T.I. and downloading this track today reminded me of my first T.I. song What You Know. This song however is different then T.I.’s normal songs he takes out the heavy beat and puts in a chill calming beat, which complements his great lyrics. The chorus is addictive and I can’t stop playing this song. Enjoy spread the word about The Most Unreal Beats.