The debate within the Industry within the past decade has been is Hip Hop dying? Is Hip Hop really dead? Well to answer that question, If your judging by the standards of Radio play and Corporation sponsored production then yes, Hip Hop been dead. BUT if your a fan of the culture and always seeking the next best thing, Then you know the Underground scene is alive and Well. Alot of young hungry talent out there putting in work. I’m gonna post a few:
Don Trip unleashes his new “Randy Savage” mixtape, which is his first project since the severely underrated Stepbrothers 2 album he did with Starlito.
This new effort finds Trip linking up with ‘Lito once again on “Road Warriors”, as well as pulling in features from Young Dolph and Juicy J. Production comes courtesy of The Mechaniks, Yung Ladd, Redd, Izze the Producer, Street Symphony and more.
1. Randy Savage Entrance (Prod. by Yung Ladd)
2. Still in the Trap Feat. Juicy J (Prod. by The Mekanics)
3. Mojo Jojo (Prod. by Yung Ladd)
4. Road Warriors Feat. Starlito (Prod. by Street Symphony x Big Juice)
5. God Speed (Prod. by Redd)
6. New Blinds Feat. Young Dolph (Prod. by Izze the Producer)
7. Cream of the Crop (Prod. by Street Symphony)
8. Neil Armstrong (Prod. by Street Symphony)
9. Proof (Prod. by Yung Ladd)
10. Macho Madness (Prod. by Tragic)
Street Smartz II mixtape by Street Money Music recording artist Stackz. WWW.STACKZMUSIC.COM
GRID 10 Mixtape Pick B.o.B “No Genre 2″
B.o.B continues to defy boundaries and refuses to be categorized no matter what anyone says with his latest mixtape “No Genre 2.” Features include Kevin Gates, T.I., Spodee, Sevyn Streeter & More!
Standout Tracks include: 2. Many Rivers; 3. Lambo; 4. Lean On; and 11. Swing My Way
Listen below and as always let The GRID 10 know if you are feeling B.o.B’s latest
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Bay Area native and Jamla Records representative GQ is back with a brand new album, the aptly titled Rated Oakland. Clocking in at a stellar 14 tracks, Rated Oakland is the story of a man who’s been through it all and not only lived to tell the tale, but tell it dopely.
In addition to rhymes from GQ, vocals on the album come from Badd Lucc, HaLo, Heather Victoria, Nipsey Hussle, Problem and Rapper Big Pooh. Production on the album is provided by the legendary 9th Wonder, Sinopsis, The Soul Council and more.
Think Of Me
Countem Up (ft. Nipsey Hussle and Rapper Big Pooh)
With Me (ft. Heather Victoria)
Falls Down (ft. Problem and Badd Lucc)
Last Breath II
Tonight (ft. Heather Victoria)
Do This Forever (ft. Halo)
Come On Home
Stream and Listen to album here!