Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Jahlil Beats: “Me and Meek had a crazy movement,” Jahlil shares. “I’m from Chester, Penn., but you know, Philly’s like my second home. We had it on lock since like 2008, until now. It was like we just clicked. Meek has that crazy flow and my beats compliment his flow, so it was just like nothing. I’ve produced for other dudes but it’s like Meek just brings out the best in my tracks, in my opinion.”

Jahlil Beats: “Me and Meek had a crazy movement,” Jahlil shares. “I’m from Chester, Penn., but you know, Philly’s like my second home. We had it on lock since like 2008, until now. It was like we just clicked. Meek has that crazy flow and my beats compliment his flow, so it was just like nothing. I’ve produced for other dudes but it’s like Meek just brings out the best in my tracks, in my opinion.”

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iluvlola:

VIDEO: 

WALE x MEEK MILL FT. FRENCH MONTANA – ACTIN’ UP

I like this. 🙂 ‘Y’all n!99@s be lettin’ ‘em…’

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iluvlola:

NEW MUSIC:
NAS x LARGE PROFESSOR – LOCO-MOTIVE

[DOWNLOAD]

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iluvlola:

CURREN$Y & WIZ KHALIFA COLLAB:

With it being 3 years since their last mixtape, How Fly, Spitta and Wiz have announced the release for their upcoming project together titled, Live In Concert

Wiz tweets, “Aug. 9th We’ll Be Giving You Smthn Else To Smoke To.”

This should be a good one…

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illroots:

DOWNLOAD: PUSHA T & KANYE WEST – NEW GOD FLOW

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DJ Scream: “Everybody knows the music business is similar to sports,” [Scream] says with a pause. “It’s something that you can do until the day you die but a lot of people have to venture out into other things. Even the most successful people, like if you look at Puffy — he’s a 500 millionaire, but that $500 million didn’t come from music, you know what I’m saying? It came from the brand that was created by music but now he’s into the clothes and liquor and a lot of other endeavors.”

DJ Scream: “Everybody knows the music business is similar to sports,” [Scream] says with a pause. “It’s something that you can do until the day you die but a lot of people have to venture out into other things. Even the most successful people, like if you look at Puffy — he’s a 500 millionaire, but that $500 million didn’t come from music, you know what I’m saying? It came from the brand that was created by music but now he’s into the clothes and liquor and a lot of other endeavors.”