Meek Mill - Dreams & Nightmares Trailer/Collage (Unofficial)
I made this
I made this
State Property + Beanie Sigel + Sly & the Family Stone flip = YES PLEASE
“I still listen to the Lox / The rest of y’all can eat cocks.” - Beanie Sigel
Also of note: an auspicious return to form from past TSOYA guest Peedi Crakk.
How could you not fuck with Meek? Especially after this interview. Also props to the reporter for dabbing him up.
Shit. My bad. Whatever, this is King Shug’s best song
Lushlife- Big Sur (from Plateau Vision, Western Vinyl, 2012)
While we don’t typically premiere tracks over here at Space Age Hustle, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be the first to share Philly rapper Lushlife’s new single, “Big Sur”, from his forthcoming album Plateau Vision, due April 17th off of Western Vinyl. We’ve been checking for dude since his head-turning track with SAH favorite Cities Aviv, “She’s A Buddhist, I’m a Cubist”, where dude spits some slick rhymes that juxtapose well with Cities’ baritone flow. “Big Sur” features some lush, psychedelic production from Botany that recalls Edan’s best tracks, as well as fellow Philly natives, the Roots, at their loosest. On the vocals, Lushlife spits hard again, referencing one of rap’s best one-off tracks ever, Smoothe da Hustler and Trigger tha Gambler’s “Broken Language”. Definitely will be checking for the album. Take a listen.
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Ar-Ab f/ Nitty (West Philly) “North 2 West” (2011, OBH)
No idea who did the beat, but sounds like araabMUZIK, which would, if true, clearly fulfill the artists-named-some-version-of-Arab quota for a banger.
From Ar-Ab’s upcoming Who Harder Than Me? pt. 2.
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Meek Mill f/ Young Chris - “House Party” (Mixtape, 2011)
So Meek Mill has been dead to me, more dead to me than Tupac is, ever since he chose to make Rick Ross Jr. records instead of just rapping like the scattershot madman he really is. The Tone Beats produced “House Party” is a midpoint between these two styles, which is cool but doesn’t completely redeem him yet. Let’s see what Dreamchasers holds. I’m mostly posting this because I’m suddenly wondering if anybody knows the origins or significance of that little vocal fragment that’s become so common in the post-Lugerian pallete? I can’t exactly fix my keyboard to represent the phonetics, it’s something like an “aye” or like a “why” without the “w.” Maybe it’s trying to ask those question: Why is it there? Why has a single choked out and just barely human half syllable become a staple in the mechanical world of this style of rap production? Why is it always buried so low in the mix that you wouldn’t even notice it? Why does it seem to happen sporadically a few times through the tracks and then disappear? I mean, I sort of get why Luger put it in “BMF” - because he was building something of his own but not why the knock off Lugers would hone in on such a meaningless element and then start throwing it on their own records. Generally mimics miss small details and this one seems like the smallest.
Dreamchasers drops Thursday. You will likely hear that little vocal blip elsewhere on the tape.
I think its just a generic FL Studio sound…I think Luger used it more prominently but I’ve heard it in other tracks (Swaggin by iamsu! is an example.)
A very rare, Jay-Z interview and freestyle on Philly radio from Septermber 1st, 1995.
Oschino Speaks On Bad Relationship With Jay-Z, Says He Had Money Before Beanie Sigel and Airs Out Roc-A-Fellas Dirty Laundry
An older Forbez video of Osichino “airing out Roc-a-Fella’s dirty laundry.” Check out lil Meek Mills though.
"Fortunato Perri, Reese’s attorney, said that the violation was technical in nature and that he hopes to get the issue resolved during a hearing tomorrow.
Perri was unsure how much longer Reese will be on probation, or how often he was expected to check in with his probation officer.
The New York Daily News reported that Reese had been sought in connection with a murder in Philadelphia, but police here said in a release that the rapper had been wanted only for his probation violation and not in connection with any other crimes.” -The Philly Enquirer
Below is a Cassidy freestyle on the Come Up Show after getting released