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Listen: Pusha T / Raekwon/ Joel Ortiz “Tick,Tock”

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Pusha T, Raekwon and Joel Ortiz team-up from “Tick, Tock” a new song from RZA’s The Man With the Iron Fists Soundtrack.  ”Tick, Tock” is produced by Frank Dukes and S-1.  I think posting you-tube videos of just songs is kinda corny. But this song is dope and you have to listen to it somehow.

Soundtrack out October 23rd

Movie will hit theatres November 2nd

full soundtrack track listing after the jump. The  Sound track has a Black Keys/Rza collab as well a Kanye solo joint..

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Video: Raekwon ft. L.E.P. Bogus Boys “This Shit Hard”

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MP3: THIS SHIT HARD FT LEP BOGUS BOYS & DION PRIMO (PROD BY THE OLYMPICKS) 
directed by TEHO (Gregory Bussireth)

Drugs, money, jewelry, and Chinese food. “This Shit Hard” is off Raekwon’s  newest tape Unexpected Victory

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.

Graffiti:TM7 Production in San Francisco:Ces Wand Ivory Keb

MP3:Kanye West-Lord Lord Lord (feat. Mos Def, Swizz Beatz, Raekwon & Charlie Wilson)

Columbus ex-pat Wand blazing a Bay Area wall TM7-style with Ces, Ivory, and Keb. Click on image to see it in its splendor.

MP3:Pete Rock, Smif N Wessun & Raekwon-Prevail


MP3:Pete Rock, Smif N Wesson & Raekwon-Prevail
Fresh off of the Bieber/Kanye jammer, Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon joins Pete Rock and Smif N Wesson for “Prevail”. I guess Pete Rock and Smif N Wessun are doing an album together aptly titled, Monumental

Ohio Graffiti Not in Ohio + MP3s of Huey, Lil Wayne, Jayz, Rick Ross, Paul Wall, Raekwon, Jay Electronica,Yelawolf

MP3:Huey f Lil Wayne Another Planet
MP3:Rick Ross – Free Mason (Feat. Jay-Z & John Legend)
MP3:Paul Wall-Live It (Ft Raekwon Jay Electronica Yelawolf)

Ohio Graffiti writers in Oakland, Asia, Erie Pa + More.
Rick Ross and Jayz address Freemason rumors. I’m way into Rick Ross’ verse. Shit he was already a prison guard, and took his name from the drug kingpen that sold crack unknowlingly for the CIA to help fund the contras.
Why not be a free mason?
Jay-z uses the song to call people that thought he was an operative of Satan morons.

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Raekwon In Columbus Friday 12.11.09

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Raekwon will be performing at Alrosa Villa, Friday, 12-11-09. Above is the video of Rae’s Blakroc recording session.
Also on the Rae show is Capone N Noreaga and Greenhouse.
Noreaga’s interview in Life Sucks Die Graffiti Magazine is easily the best interview in the history of music journalism.
Read the PDF Here:LSD-Noreaga Interview
So good shot On The Floor for bringing us another banger,
Add On the Floor on Facebook to keep up on the shows they got coming around.

oh yeah..
after party at Sweatin: Detox and Tititonton

UPDATED: Exclusive…Black Keys New Hip Hop Project: Blakroc

UPDATE: Blakroc’s official website is now live.

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Here in Ohio, the rumors of a Black Keys produced Hip Hop project intially started by a Jim Jones on Twitter awhile back are becoming a reality by Patrick Carney twittering ” Blakroc” a few hours ago. The current word swinging around Columbus graffiti and weirdo creep circles about the Blakroc project like chains and exhaust is this:

Blakroc is a hip hop album produced by the Black Keys that features Rza, Raekwon, Mos Def, Jim Jones, Pharoah Monch, Q-tip, Ludacris, ODB, Billy Danze of M.O.P., Noe and Nicole Wray.

The album has 11 songs and will be released 11 weeks from today on Black Friday (the Friday after Thanksgiving).

The album is being released on a label started by Dame Dash and The Black Keys management.

Given that Rae, and Mos Def both put out their best albums in a decade this past year, I have a pretty good feeling about this record and NYC golden era Hip Hop artists in general.

(And I live in a city where we throw parades for our lost local Hip Hop icons. So us Ohioans take our Hip Hop seriously)