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Friday, July 28, 2006

Live from Amsterdam

Big L Feat. AG [2003] Live from Amsterdam (Oct. 8, 1998)

Some time ago I was checking some Big L sites and I noticed that this album was missing on my collection, but I coulnd't find it anywhere, props to Kanadon from HIP-HOP-BOOTLEGGERS for letting me download this from soulseek.
This is a rare Big L album, classic shit, there's no need for description, just download.

Introducing Big L
MVP - Big L
Dangerous - Big L
Size 'Em Up - Big L
Ebonics - Big L
Shout Outs To The Crew - Big L
Devil's Son Remix - Big L
Introducing AG
Themes, Dreams & Schemes Remix - AG
Next Level - AG
Next Level (Nyte Time Mix) - AG
Spit - AG
Speak To The Fans - Big L & AG
We Do That Too - AG
Full Scale - AG
Spit Remix - AG
Soul Clap - AG
Day One - Big L & AG
Acapella - Big L
The Enemy - Big L & AG

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Welcome to The Fish Market

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Chali 2na (2005) Fish Market (The Official Mixtape)

Chali 2Na from Jurassic 5 releases his solo debut, an album with guestspots from Roots Manuva to MC Supernatural, contains new tracks and previous 2Na's guestspots, definitly worth checking out.

1. "Intro"
2. "Welcome To The Fish Market (feat. Laidlaw and DJ Dez)"
3. "Work It Out" Supernatural (feat. Marc 7/Rakaa/Akil/Chali 2na)
4. "Full Contact" Swollen Members (feat. Evidence/Chali 2na)
5. "Lunch Time" Click Tha Supah-Latin (feat. Zaakir/Akil/Chali 2na)
6. "Join The Dots" Roots Manuva (feat. Chali 2na)
7. "Sha Born Interlude"
8. "MC Material - Laidlaw / Charli 2na"
9. "Revolution 9 - Roots Manuva / Charli 2na"
10. "Please Believe" (feat. Solitair/Kardinal Offishall)
11. "Whose 2 Blame - Charli 2na / Don Coleon"
12. "Linguistics (DJ Dez Remix)" Jurassic 5
13. "4 GT 10" Linkin Park (feat. Chali 2na)
14. "Sweet Science - Charli 2na / Rasco"
15. "Oh No - Ang 13"
16. "Chicagorillas (feat. Shockwave / Ang 13 / Laidlaw / Anyi / Al Master)"
17 “Come On” (feat. Tippa Irie)

Monday, July 24, 2006

Canibus #2

Here's the 2nd pack:

Canibus - Various & Guest Appearances #2
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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Canibus #1

This is a compilation made by me that contains all the rare tracks and collaborations from Canibus, all the tracks were downloaded from Canibus Central, here's the first pack:

Canibus - Various & Guest Appearances #1

A+ - Boyz 2 Men (feat. Lost Boyz and Canibus)
Blaccroc - Time is Money (feat. Canibus)
Cam'ron, Big Pun, Noreaga & Canibus - Fantastic 4
Canibus - Aids is Gold HIV is Platinum
Canibus - All Hail Canibus
Canibus - Black Kobra - Theme Song I
Canibus - Black Kobra - Theme Song II
Canibus - Can't Stop the Shining (Rip Rock pt. 2) (ft. Pras, Free & Lenny Kravitz)
Canibus - Carnival Survivors (ft. Wyclef Jean & Machel Montano)
Canibus - Channel Zero (Original Version
Canibus - Da Shock (ft. Malarchi)
Canibus - Douleurs Communes (Common Pains)
Canibus - Escape To Victory (ft. Joe Buhdha)
Canibus - Group Home Family (Ft. Lost Boyz & Panama P.I.)
Canibus - Gun Ho' City (ft. Kool G Rap)
Canibus - Horsemen Promo (ft. Ras Kass & Killah Priest)
Canibus - Hotel [remix] (ft. Lost Boyz)
Canibus - How Come (ft. Wyclef Jean & Youssou N’Dour)
Canibus - Hustle (ft. Untouchable Ballaz Clicc & Phoenix Orion)
Canibus - I Get High (ft. Young Zee)
Canibus - Indestructible (ft. Reign)

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Best of 2006: First Six Months

Since half of 2006 has passed, I decided to make a list of albums that I liked, I was also inspired by Straight Bangin', I have to say that the first half of '06 got some good albums, check bellow:


Ghostface Killah - Fishscale
Lord Jamar - The 5% Album
Roots Manuva - Alternately Deep
Tumi & the Volume - Tumi & the Volume
De La Soul - The Impossible Mission Mixtape
The Coup - Pick a Bigger Weapon
Cut Chemist - The Audience's Listening
CunninLynguists - Piece of Strange
Spank Rock - YoYoYoYoYo
Dave Chappelle's Block Party OST
Jurassic 5 - Feedback (I'm a bit disapointed, but It's still a good album, I'll make a better review when the retail cames out)
Tanya Morgan - Moonlighting
Zion I - Break A Dawn
Louis Logic and J.J. Brown - Misery Loves Comedy
Vakill - Worst Fears Confirmed
Mr. Lif - Mo Mega
Pack FM - WutduzFMstand4 (Promo) (Looking forward for the Retail)

Good albums/Could have been better

Public Enemy and Paris - Rebirth of a Nation
US3 - Schizophonic
Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere
Busta Rhymes - The Big Bang (got some good tracks, but It's still a disapointment)
Tim Dog - BX Warrior (Advance) (Nice Album, Looking forward for the Retail)
Marcelo D2 - Meu Samba é Assim
Rhymefest - Blue Collar
M-1 - Confidential
Field Mob - Light Poles and Pine Trees
Dr. Octagon - The Return of Dr. Octagon
Murs and 9th Wonder - Murrays revenge
Dilated Peoples - 20-20
Tha Dogg Pound - Cali Iz Active
Comptons Most Wanted - Music to Gang Bang (It's good to see that there are still some good gangsta rappers)
Army Of The Pharaohs - The Torture Papers

EDIT: I forgot... Chino XL - Poison Pen.. that also could have been better..

EDIT 2: I'll had The Roots - Game Theory to the Favorites, maybe the album of the year

I would like to say "thank you" to all the hip-hop blog community and rapbasement board because without this two, a lot of good albums wouldn't ever get my attention.

I'm too lazy to upload all those albums, most of them aren't too hard to find, if you can't find some of them say something and I'll hook you up.

Agree? Don't Agree? Something missing? Hit me up

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Sometimes I Rhyme Slow


Hip hop meets acoustic as José González’s Veneer gets reworked and blended with verses from some of today’s most elite underground and mainstream emcees. Sometimes I Rhyme Slow is a updated take on fusing acoustic guitar samples with funk, soul and breakbeats. This ain't just another shitty mixtape, the remixes are really good.

1. Go + All You Deliver - Common
2. Get ‘Em High + Lovestain - Kanye West feat. Talib Kweli & Common
3. Good Mourning + Deadweight on Velveteen - Reflection Eternal
4. The Light + Heartbeats - Common feat. Erika Badu
5. Two Words + Slow Moves - Kanye West feat. Mos Def & Freeway
6. Dreams + Crosses - The Game
7. My Favorite Ladies + Remain - MF Doom
8. One Love + Stay in the Shade - Nas
9. The Greatest Show on Earth + Hints - Aceyalone

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Die Rugged Die

R.A. The Rugged Man [2004] Die Rugged Die
I have been ignoring this album for some time and when I decided to listen to it I realized how wrong I was:
The original ugly dirty white boy who has been fucked by the industry for more than 10 years... R.A. The Rugged Man. His LP is full of intriguing tales about how he managed to get dropped from a handful of labels, drunken nights with coke sluts, and in general, how fucked up his life is and why he doesn't give a fuck. It's on some real dirt bag shit. And the best part about it is it's dope. His style is strange, kinda reminds me of Method Man, I guess this album isn't for everyone... but I liked it, maybe you do too.

"Casanova (Fly Guy)"
"A Star Is Born"
"Chains" feat. Killah Priest and Masta Killa
"On the Block"
"How Low"
"Mitch Blood Green (Interlude)"
"Midnight Thud"
"Black and White" feat. Timbo King
"Die, Rugged Man, Die!!"
"Pick My Gun Up (Skit)"
"Da Girlz, They Luv Me"
"Make Luv Outro"

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

The Dusty Foot Philosopher

K'Naan [2005] The Dusty Foot Philosopher
I first heard of this somalian-canadian rapper, when I read he was on "Welcome to Jamrock" Tour with Damian Marley, and before I went to the show in Lisbon, I had to listen to this guy, and this album was hard to find on the web. K'Naan didn't appeared on the Damian Marley show, but this album is great, it's different, it got African rhythms mixed with rap beats, and K'Naan's lyrical hability is also much better than a lot of rappers from the U.S., just give it a listen, you won't regret it!

1. Wash It Down
2. Soobax
3. What's Hardcore?
4. My Old Home
5. Kids (Interlude)
6. I Was Stabbed By Satan
7. A Ghetto So Ruff (Interlude)
8. Smile
9. Rap Gets Jealous
10. The Dusty Foot Philosopher
11. Strugglin'
12. In The Beginning
13. Hoobaale
14. The African Way
15. Voices In My Head
16. Boxing My Shadow
17. The Dusty Foot Philosopher
18. Until Tha Lion Learns To Speak

Also for some dope African Hip-Hop albums, check Shock.Dc's Contributions on Biff's 150th post, Tumi & The Volume is one of the best albums of 2006 so far.