Monthly Archives: February 2011

Max B – Cake & Eat It Too

Biggavel had so many different records to this one beat and honestly, I can see why. This beat is one of the most powerful beats I ever heard Max B on before. Outta the many versions, I will say this … Continue reading

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Charles Hamilton – The Honeymoon’s Over

I was building with the homie Made on Twitter just the other day about Charles Hamilton. My personal opinion about the man and his music: weird and cocky but talented. His style was different from the rest of the newcomers … Continue reading

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Rick Ross – Perfectionist (Feat. Meek Mill) (Prod. By The Alchemist)

As you all probably heard already, Meek Mill is officially signed to Rick Ross’ label, Maybach Music Group, shortly after Wale made his annoucement. Now I think it was a great move for Meek because over there at the house … Continue reading

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Marsha Ambrosius – Far Away

Marsha Ambrosius is a former singer from the soul group Floetry as you all should know. Providing some of the nicest features over the last couple years, she decided to do her solo dolo thing, which is a great decision. … Continue reading

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Drake – Something

Here’s an incomplete R&B record from Drake. Now I always think Drake is at home when he does work in the slow jam arena over regular rapping. I don’t know what he plans on doing with it or if he … Continue reading

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Mary J. Blige – Rainy Days (Feat. Ja Rule)

Happy Valentine’s Day to all of the lovers in the world. Like I said yesterday, I’m going to blessing the people with nothing but the slow jams. This post takes me back to 2001 when Ja Rule had the whole … Continue reading

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Ludacris – Sex Room (Feat. Trey Songz)

Here’s a record I’m absolutely sure will set the mood off right on the very late night. Ludacris and Trey Songz knew they had an classic on their hands when they hit the lab up for this one. A PRINCEPBS … Continue reading

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