Monday, May 23, 2016
C Lane aka Koga Yokai aka The Wave Massa hailing from The Garden State is back at it again with the dope music. Showing exponential growth in content and execution Koga's new project NDOS "Now Dats Old School" is a sweet blend of unapologetic creative lyrics over some of your favorite old school beats.
Koga the young phenom raps over familiar beats like The Fugees "Ready or Not" on "Freedom Without A Kingdom" which is a must listen for anybody who feels that injustice is rampant in America especially for the minorities. Snoops Dogg & Dr. Dre's Gin & Juice gets a taste of the Wave Massa as the self proclaimed "colder than a Eskimo ever since an embryo / the coolest Mother F*cker from Tokyo to Mexico/" makes sure that the listeners as Birdman would say it "Put Some Respek " On his Name'. Other standout tracks like Kush Coma, & Pulp Fiction, rips Uncle Luke's "I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown) & Ludacris "Potion" respectively. Overall this is a great mixtape and if you never heard of this artist this is a good time to start tuning in. The mixtape is available on BandCamp @ the link below and some of the tracks are also available on Soundcloud below
Koga Yokai - NDOS
Friday, May 20, 2016
New jersey has been a hot spot for hip hop in the music industry currently and in the past. The area has produced artist like The Fugees, Ice T, The RZA, Redman, and more recently Fetty Wap. With such great history A lot of artist having been looking for the same level of success but one artist who has been attaining it is Mr.RozeRoice AKA Raydar from Elizabeth New Jersey.
Repping the DCM gang (Drophed Coop Muzik) Mr. RozeRoice has been building hype and releasing a steady stream of hits. Him and the DCM gang ride for Jersey and DCM so much that him and his team all have it tatted and are die hard hip hop heads and potential icons in the music industry. Check some of the hits they got like "In and Out The Trap' & Mayweather",
Thursday, May 19, 2016
In the early 2000’s, the pairing of Cam’ron and Juelz Santana was one of the most dangerous one-two punches in rap. Though they were just a portion of a larger sum, the once-dominant Diplomats gauntlet, Cam and Juelz teamed up for several classic records and hits, including two Billboard Hot 100 top 5 hits in 2002, and dozens more that can be recited verbatim by even the casual rap fan.
Since their heyday, their relationship has been called into question several times–even by their peers–but in recent years lingering tension has subsided and the two rappers have begun collaborating again. In 2014, they teamed up for what was hailed as another Dipset comeback, “Dipsh*ts,” and Cam, Juelz and the third primary member of the group, Jim Jones, joined forces for a marquee performance at the Barclays Center as part of our inaugural Source360 weekend.
In 2016, Cam and Juelz are back at it again with a new release, “Oh Yeah.” If you think it could potentially be reminiscent of their 2002 hit “Oh Boy,” you’re right, as Cam leads the way and Juelz brings in the rear over a soul sample that wails “Oh yeah” through the chorus and verses. Listen to it below.
Friday, May 13, 2016
In April School Boy Q dropped "Groovy Tony" which signaled that new music was on the way. Now in May Q delivers his new singe featuring the legendary Kanye West "THat Part".
Over the heavy-hitting Cardo, foreverYeX, and cubeatz production, the TDE signee raps about paper and “b*tches,” while Mr. West name checks O’Shea Jackson and Kobe Bryant, and even compares his wife to the “female OJ.”
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Monday, May 2, 2016
Space Jam is finally getting a sequel. Justin Lin (Fast & Furious, Star Trek Beyond) will direct the long-awaited second Jam entry starring LeBron James, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The script is currently being penned by Andrew Dodge, most known for his work on the underrated Jason Bateman comedy Bad Words.
The Space Jam 2 rumors have (understandably) been relentless since the 1996 original captured the hearts of an entire generation. When James and his own SpringHill Entertainment inked a deal with Warner Bros. last July, those rumors promptly kicked into overdrive. A Space Jam sequel starring LeBron James, we can now say with confidence, actually isn't too good to be true.
The original Michael Jordan-starring Jam, according to figures from Box Office Mojo, bagged more than $230 million at the global box office. Though a sequel to a hit of that size would seem like a guarantee, the past twenty years' noticeable lack of a Space Jam 2 sadly proves otherwise. Given the current embrace of 90s nostalgia, 2016 seems like a slam dunk of a year to finally get this sequel in motion.
As this as-confirmed-as-it-gets sequel is still "early on in the process," a release date and production schedule have not been confirmed. At any rate, now is definitely the time to get unreasonably stoked. Also, as THR's joyous report sadly omits this key inquiry, we can now collectively theorize on our own about how Bill Murray (and Wayne Knight too!) may somehow return to assist James in another round of intergalactic basketball: