Lil B - Twurk It Like Dat *MUSIC VIDEO* DUDES MUST WATCH!! GIRLS!! OMG!! LISTEN! (by lilbpack1)
He’s honestly the only artist worth following at all anymore his subtle mannerisms and his advanced sense of humor makes him the perfect artist and I see so much of myself in him but I still have so long to go before I reach this existential state of being and if u don’t mess with him anymore because the fad has moved on then good because u don’t deserve to hear this A+ shit everyone else is irrelevant
A time and a place where rapping about money in the ghetto and the Communist Manifesto under a redwood canopy — there was room for all of it. When being yourself — and doing it yourself — got you radio play.
HD feat. 600BJ - “Refill” (prod. by The Mekanix).
HD - “Destiny” (Extortion Muzik 4, 2013).
HD is a better rapper than most of the rappers you listen to.
3rd World Mob - Versace Python Freestyle
Casual - “Father Figure” (The Return of the Backpack, 2013).
Casual narrates his ups and downs in the rap game, dropping some history about him, Jive Records, Hiero, Living Legends, and Little Brother. This album is completely produced by Jake One.
Philthy Rich feat. Juvenile - ”2 Things You Can’t Come Back From” (YouTube, 2013). If they rap, Philthy Rich has paid them for a verse in the past year.
One of my best friends, Nick Walker, directed this video for Hanni El Khatib. It’s dope. Watch it even though it’s not a Bay Area rapper kissing on his bo.
HD - “H1N1” (prod. by The Mekanix). No Days Off is out.
Shady Blaze - “Call Em Out” (YouTube, 2013).
“I had to call em out sometime, they talk that Tupac shit but act like Little Miss Sunshine.”
Young L - “Atari” (YouTube, 2013). First single of Young L’s next project, Young Fashion God. This sounds real good real loud. As far as I can tell, this has received very little attention. That should change.
NhT Boyz feat. Cousin Fik - “Bands Play” (YouTube, 2013). Off of Nht Boyz Presents: YP vs. Rizzy, which just dropped today and is available for free here. This track is produced by YP. The tape is a pretty cool concept (two of their most frequently-used producers) and has a ton of features (Fik, Gully, FAB, Clyde Carson, etc.). Yang.