Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Real quick now. I don't have too much time.. I feel like I need to update every now and than to keep yall coming here. I made the mistake once too many to not post anything for months like I didn't listen to rap music anymore. Well I did, I was just way too lazy to do bullshit posts as this even, one song one post.
So, Sess 45. He's somewhat famous, a known figure in New Orleans. His music, nuthin but fire (as his 2004 album was called).. Before getting this song sent to me by Go DJ's I hadn't heard any other music from him than mentioned album. That was some straight gangsta bounce shit, sounded hella Lousiana. Soulja Slim was on there.. I might post that sometime.. Anyways I've been bumping this song daily since I first heard a few weeks ago. Mostly the beat is what I favor, as it sounds very very DJ Black N Mild, who is my favorite bounce producer.. This isn't a full out bounce song, but it got that beat and the background vocals to speed it up and give that Rhytm-n-Bounce sound, with the chorus is sweetly sung by Ms. Tee.
Sess 45 - Stingy Ft Ms. Tee
Get with it.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Bay Area's promising Meko Mcafee is back with his second video for his upcoming Ep Justafiable Means, set to drop sometime this month. This is some smooth nice music right here, don't miss it. The Bay stay winning.
The song has been out for a while, but I haven't posted it yet, so here it is now.
I somewhat hoped this song would be a successfull rap version of Minnie Rippteron's classic Loving You. Perhaps for the better, it isn't.
Monday, March 1, 2010
I know mtv.com says this is Six 2 (6 Two? It's not the least googleable name, but not far from it.), but this is a Yung Lott song. I don't know why they choose to put up the name and promote the Fort Worthian that sounds like he's form LA rather than the Baydestrians that sounds like he's from Dallas. Probably because Six 2 has worked with Dre, Snoop and em and Yung Lott still seams to be someone that Dorrough knows. Atleast to me still, see I never downloaded and listend to his december mixtape. I thought about it, but I was at a time in my life where I did my best not to check out so many new rappers, there's just too much new music.. I still don't know what I'm missing.
Now I feel like fuck that, Yung Lott sounded hella good on that song with Dorrough.. I actually didn't see the video for Thass A Bet till now, I only ever saw the making-of-the-track-with Traxamillion in the studio. Those videos are both hella old so I'll settle with linking them and not embedding them. Because that's not what we're talking about, we're talking about this new hit with Yung Lott. He used to be, or is somtime still, called Mass Lott, or Mass Lotto, or M-Lott. Atleast I think so, as I searched my itunes for "lott", those names came up as a collabing artist to well known Bay rappers as Beeda Weeda, The Jacka and Ap.9. And that/those Lotts sound sorta like this one...
This is his mixtape cover:
As you watch this video above, you'll notice that they kicked GS Boyz off the song, or something, those boys where on the mp3 that's been out for a while, and now they aren't in the video. This actually makes the song better, in my opinion. Sounds a bit too much like a remix with six rappers or so on it.. On the song still is Faddy Daddy. I have never heard of this Faddy Daddy dude, as I write this I realize I didn't even consider to discuss why mtv.com didn't choose to give him the creds for the song as they posted the video an hour ago. He doesn't shame himself, matter of fact he sounds hella good and he talks about popular young people dancing styles, why on earth didn't Faddy Daddy get his name on the video. Fuck mtv.com.
I don't know how posting a video turned out to be such a long text. Anyhoo, I will bless yall with the mp3 to this song right here. This is the version with GS Boyz on it of course, a lil bonus for you GS Boyz fans out there that where disappointed they didn't make it to the official video. They'll be on the next hit I'm sure.
Yung Lott - Monsta (Ft Faddy Daddy, GS Boyz & Six 2 a.k.a. 6 Two a.k.a 6 Deuce)
I found the song on Tha Fixx Mag. That's where you need to go every damn day if you wanna stay tuned with Texas hip hop.
Speaking of Dallas, ya'll is up with the Dallas City Council movment right?? Fuckin get with that aswell.