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2012 SXSW Recap: Real Rap Vacation

Tired as fuck, I walked out of the “Killer Mike R.A.P. Music Showcase“ Wednesday. After getting outside, I wondered why DJ Detox was bullshitting and not outside.  I walked back inside and he was making small talk with the GZA.

When I found the GZA and Detox, a small crowd had also found the GZA.
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MP3: Raekwon ft. Mobb Deep “Chinese Marines” (Produced By Scram Jones)

MP3: CHINESE MARINES FT MOBB DEEP (PROD BY SCRAM JONES)

Raekwon helps us start the New Year with a new mixtape Unexpected Victory. Mobb Deep, Fred Da Godson, Cl Smooth, Sauce Money, Vado, Jadakiss, CNN and more guest on  this early offering from The Wu-Tang Chef.
Testdrive the mixtape with the above Chinese Marines mp3, and then download the whole thing at DatPiff.com.

Favorite Albums of 2011: Wes Flexner

30.Mobb Deep-Black Cocaine

MP3: Mobb Deep- Conquer

I like Houston rap as much as the next guy. But sometimes a man enjoys Henroc out of a stryofoam cup instead of lean and sprite. Prodigy is home, and he is voting for Ron Paul like some sort of Q-Boro Vince Gallo. While I am not voting for Ron Paul this EP knocks.

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MP3:Jay Electronica “Call Of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)” feat. Mobb Deep



MP3: Jay Electronica Ft Mobb Deep-Call Of Duty

Jay Electronica brings Mobb Deep in the studio for “Call of Duty”. This is big, because Jay Electronica’s Roc Nation big homie Jay-z and Mobb Deep have had an adversarial relationship which has included everything from Jay-z putting unflattering pictures of Mobb Deep on the Summerjam screen to Prodigy claiming that JZ is a tool of the illuminati.

And now Mobb Deep is telling people to put their “Diamonds in the Sky” on this one.

Wu-Tang, Dipset, Slick Rick, Black Moon & Mobb Deep to Discuss Classic Albums in NY

The Red Bull Music Academy in New York is doing a 5 day symposium on 5 Classic albums from the 5 Boroughs from September 25-30th..

Wu-Tang Clan’s 36 Chambers,, Dipset ‘s Diplomatic Immunity, Black Moon’s Enta the Stage, Slick Rick’s The Great Adventures of Slick Rick and Mobb Deep’s the Infamous are the 5 Classics….wow. For more info visit the Red Bull Music Academy’s site.