How to download files:
1. Download the textfile on the rapidshare link.
2. Open the textfile and use the link on it to download the album.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Y Society still killing it

Ok first of all, watch this video, it's amazing, and after 3.50min you'll be blown away.

Remember Y Society? I posted their album in 2007 and it was amazing then, and guess what? They haven't blown up yet and are still amazing now. They have released a Free online EP with only 3 tracks, one of them is from the video above:

1. Same Beat (Damu Vocal Version)
2. Same Beat Live Freestyle - Y Society feat. Breeze (at WKCR FM)
3. This Advice - Y Society

And if you've seen the video, I don't even need to tell why you should download it NOW here.

More info about it here.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Fruits of The Past

Jazz liberatorz [2009] Fruits of The Past

If you were following my blog before I stoped posting, you probably heard the French beatmaking trio's last album. Now they are back with another jazz-rap fusion, with quests from Mos Def to Fat LIP. Enjoy

01. Music Is My Mind Pt. 1
02. Loop Prisoner
03. What’s Real (ft Emanon)
04. Dark Keys (ft M’Selem)
05. What’s Next On The Menu
06. Music Makes the World Go Round (ft Declaime) (20SYL Remix)
07. Force Be With You (ft T.Love)
08. Diggin Sound
09. It Was Only A Song
10. Always Something
11. My Style Is Fly (ft Fat Lip)
12. Capture Your Mind
13. A Paris
14. After Party (ft Wildchild) (Jazz Lib Remix)
15. That’s Right
16. Mountain Sunlight (ft Mos Def)
17. Breathing Pleasure (ft Rico)
18. Music In My Mind Part 2
19. That’s Reality
20. Blue Avenue
21. Back Packers (ft Fat Lip)
22. Slow Down
23. Force Be With You (Drum Brothers Remix)
24. My Style Is Fly (Dela Remix)
25. Music Makes The World Go Round (ft Declaime)
26. What’s Next

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Tribute To The Old School

Joel Ortiz (2009) Covers The Classics

Another dope rapper rhyming over classic beats? Hell yeah! After Nero comes Joel Ortiz making an Hip-Hop journey from Rappers Delight to late 90's. There is nothing else needed to say. Only to look out for Slaughterhouse in the future.

01. Intro
02. Rappers Delight (feat. DJ Enuff)
03. Know The BK Ledge
04. Somethin for Hot 97 (feat. DJ Camilo)
05. Strictly the Bizness
06. Treat Me Right
07. Industry Enemy #1
08. Brooklyn Children’s Story
09. I Can’t Go Broke
10. Live At Cooper Day BBQ
11. Uptown Anthem
12. U.N.I.T.Y.
13. T.R.O.Y.
14. Primo Tribute
15. Just To Get A Check
16. Mass Appeal
17. Act Like They Don’t Know
18. The Whut (Animal Shit)
19. BK Get Money
20. Got My Mind Made Up
21. Drop A Gem On ‘Em
22. Intercourse
23. Cell Therapies
24. High Roller
25. Brooklyn Ghetto Child
26. What They Do (Root’s Tribute)
27. Renee’s Revenge
28. Goin To Miami (feat. DJ Khaled)
29. What Happened To Hip Hop
30. 4,3,2,1
31. Recognize
32. 24HRS
33. Rican Ebonics 09

Saturday, May 09, 2009

Alive & Vibrant

Nero [2009] Alive & Vibrant

I have to admit that I usualy ignore most of the stuff from unkown rappers that I've never heard about, ignoring new talent is not the best thing to do but I just don't have time to listen to every new rapper that comes out or every mixtape that people email me. So it's not everyday that I discover a new MC that I like, actually, if you're new, you need to be really good to catch my atention. But this week, I've listened to someone that I really enjoyed: the kid's name is Nero and this is how he sounds:

And this mixtape features him rapping over 90's classics with the prodution handled by Mike Waxx of Illroots... oh, and did I mention that Nero is only 16? Forget about Bow Wow or Soulja Boy and all those clowns, this is the best thing I've heard from a young MC since Shyheim's debut album. It makes you see that some (rare) rappers of this this generation (my generation) still know who paved the way and want to make good music.

1. Rugged & Raw
2. I Get Lyrical
3. Buck ‘Em Down
4. Straighten It Out (Ft. J.Rocwell & TreaZon)
5. Alive & Vibrant
6. Dead Residence
7. Legends
8. Feeling Good
10. Can’t Wait
11. Everything Remains Raw
12. With Great Power (Ft. Hassaan Mackey)

(direct link from Illroots)

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

De La Run

De La Soul [2009] Are You In?

"As groups like Organized Konfusion, Brand Nubian and A Tribe Called Quest motion to reunite and make new music, Hip Hop must remember that De La Soul has never broken up – even hinted to it, never pursued solo interests and never damaged the brand that has worked for them for 20 years. Hip Hop’s hippies no more, the three gentlemen from Long Island made it cool to be conscious, just as much as they influenced inside slang, mosaic sampling and in doing so, released three truly classic albums, with four more year-end-toppers to boot. Forever independent, De La Soul teamed with Nike to release Are You In?, the latest in a series of workout-minded original bodies of work, sold digitally to promote the Oregon-based athletic brand, and their various De La collaborations. As expected, the release is up-tempo, and the beats tailor towards Freestyle and Electronic more than Jazz or Soul. Like that or not, the lyrics remain razor sharp, and this digital-only release is more worth of CD distribution than most of what’s been sold hand-to-hand. "
- HipHopDX
It's not a new De La Soul "album", but it's all new De La Soul music for the fans, enjoy.
While other sites have the original all-in-one-track mix, RAPDUNGEON has a version with individual mp3 tracks according to the tracklist.

01. Mornin’ Rise ft. Raheem DeVaughn
02. Good Morning
03. Big Mouf
04. Attack of the Stet
05. Pick Up the Pace (Run)
06. Poetic Greed ft. Gina Loring
07. Greedy Man ft. Billy Ray
08. Victory Laps
09. We O.D.
10. Forever

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Stray Bullets

Sick Jacken (2009) Stray Bullets

If you haven't heard anything by Sick Jacken before, that's because you missed one of 2007 best albums: DJ Muggs vs. Sick Jacken - The Legend of the Mask and Assassin (which is still up thanks to my fantastic and underrated .txt estrategy)... so go listen to that shit if you haven't.

I told you back then that Sick Jacken kills every guestspot that he does, well, this album is a compilation of a lot of those guestspots by this MC.

01 Live From The Caves ft. Donnie Castro & Cynic
02 The Sickside ft. B-Real
03 Praying Mantis (Goodlife Remix) ft. DJ Muggs
04 The Fall Of Us ft. Black N Brown Underground & Cynic
05 Ceremonial Slang ft. DJ FM & Planet Asia
06 Out Here (Remix) ft. The Concrete Saints
07 Death Frees Every Soul ft. DJ Muggs vs. Planet Asia
08 The Society Of Psychos ft. The Society Of Invisibles
09 Sick Life ft. Snowgoons, Cynic & Bacardi Riam
10 Hollywood Drive-By (Remix) ft. Immortal Technique & B-Real
11 Trial And Adversity ft. Cynic & The Concrete Saints
12 Angles And Demons (Remix) ft. DJ FM & Killah Priest
13 Metal Rain ft. Cynic
14 Black And Brown Army ft. DJ Babu & Chace Infinite
15 Sinister ft. Swollen Members
16 Death Or Retirement ft. Toomer, 2Mex & B-Real
17 Born In L.A. ft. Evidence & Chace Infinite
18 Life, Luv, And Pain ft. Young Sicc
19 Paid Dues ft. Murs & Supernatural

PS: This compilation features a Hollywood Drive-By (Remix), but the Immortal Technique verse is the same, I'll include it later on the IT collection.

Friday, May 01, 2009

"Aiyyo Ace, don't tell me you're thinkin about a return

...I'm kinda concerned, when will you old cats ever learn?"

Hey people what's up?

Yeah... I know.. I know... I tell people that I'm comming back, almost an year passes without posts and then I come here and say "Hey people what's up?"?? Fuck you Kazeiro

But yeah.. I didn't feel like posting back then, it felt like an obligation, but I kinda feel right now, so let's get down to business shall we?

First of all, I know that you people want to know about the Masta Ace and Kool G. Rap Collections... and well... besides adding new tracks that have been released to the Ace one, they exactly on the same place that they were an year ago, they are too incomplete yet... the closest thing I may release for now is a Chino XL Colletion (which I'm only missing 3 tracks, and need to organize the freestyles). But if you people don't mind, I'm going to restart lightly.

Just to my followers know that I have not been sleeping. Here are tracks that I've been collecting and adding to my previously released collections (which are still up):

Immortal Technique:

47. Parole
48. Ill Bill - War Is My Destiny ft. Max Cavalera & Immortal Technique
49. Maya Azucena - The Rebel Inside Ft. Immortal Technique & Hasan Salaam
50. Immortal Technique - Apocalypse (Remix) ft. AKIR & Pharoahe Monch
51. Immortal Technique - Watch Out (Live Remix)
52. Thirstin Howl The 3rd - Beat Down of Your Life (feat. Immortal Technique)
53. ADLM - Razorblade Deathsticks (Feat. Immortal Technique & Mac Lethal)
54. D. Rymz and Immortal Technique - Anomalies
55. Rockin' Squat feat. Immortal Technique - Démocratie fasciste (Article 4)

R.A. The Rugged Man

50 - 3 Kings (feat. Big John and Kool G. Rap)
51 - Enemy Nation (feat. Chuck D and Illus)
52 - Buh! (ft. Rising Sunz)
53 - Hold Up (feat. Snowgoons,Lord Lhus & Savage Brothers)
54 - Diablos featuring Celph Titled & Louis Logic
55 - Warmachine (feat. Quit Your Dayjob)
56 - Windows Of The World
57 - Get Da Gutz (feat. The Wrist)
58 - Fall Down Brew (feat. J-Zone and Chief Chinchilla)
59 - Violencia En La Musica (feat. Hablando En Plata)
60 - Pipe Dreams (feat. Bekay)[Snippet]


95. Common - Freestyle (Trinity New Year's 2008)
96. Common - The Light '08 (It's Love) [Produced by Just Blaze]
97. Skillz - So Far, So Good (feat. Common)
98. The Roots - The Show (feat. Common)
99. The Game - Angel (feat. Common)
100. Ludacris - Do The Right Thang (Co-Starring Common and Spike Lee)
101. Common - Be (Original Version) (Prod J-Dilla)
102. Common - Pimpin (Prod J-Dilla)
102. Common - Punch Drunk Love (Booty Shake Mix) (UK Bonus Track)
103. KiD CuDi feat. Kanye West, Common, Lady Gaga - I Poke Her Face
104. Prince - Play That Funky Music ft. Common (Live at London O2 Arena 8-24-07)
105. Common - Break My Heart (Live)
106. Kayne West & Malik Yusef feat. Common & John Legend - Magic Man

Pharoahe Monch

84. Pharoahe Monch - Broken Heart
85. Pharoahe Monch - The Healer Remix Live @ SOB's (Erykah Badu)
86. Erykah Badu - The Healer-Hip Hop (Remix) ft. Pharoahe Monch
87. Immortal Technique - Apocalypse (Remix) ft. AKIR & Pharoahe Monch
88. Black Milk - The Matrix (feat. DJ Premier, Pharoahe Monch, & Sean Price)
89. Jake One - Hurt U (feat. Pharoahe Monch & Kardinal Offishall)
90. Mr. Khaliyl - Street Team (ft. P. Monch and DCQ)
91. Pharoahe Monch - Ghost Weed Freestyle [Extended Live Acapella]

I still receive a lot of emails, so the point of this post is:

Do you still care about Rapdungeon? And would you like it to be back?