While he’s already building quite the rep for himself with his unabashed point of view, Marcus Manchild has decided to up the ante on his buzz by looking to a couple of well versed O.G.’s to tell the fake exactly what they ain’t. Face Mob has become somewhat of enigma since his child support fiasco but M. Manchild puts a battery in his back (as well as tossing Yo Gotti a couple of Duracells) for a high octane record that’s oozing with acid.
Marcus Manchild Feat. Yo Gotti & Scarface – “U Aint Trill”
What’s the price of the brick in 2012? DJ Naim combed all over the map to gather a crew for the most valid answers to the aforementioned question and the results are that they vary from state to state. Donny Def Jam and Mr. Eghck tally up the weight in the east while Bun B and Bleu Davinci keep count in the south. For everybody else that doesn’t dope up, there’s still crack rock waiting to be smoketh in this track.
DJ Naim Feat. Sheek Louch, Pusha T, Bleu Davinci, Bun B & Calico Jonez – “Trapping In My Sleep”
There’s a clear difference between putting out projects and having a catalog an artist can use for distinctive referencing. Rapsody sports the latter while most can’t and barely removed from her last feature presentation, she’s got the killer instinct as she’s set to drop The Black Mamba EP. The first strike, “Right Now,” features a Jeremy Lin mention as Nizinth trickles in a little R. Kelly for the sample.
Rapsody – “Right Now” (Prod. By 9th Wonder)
Anytime you see a song titled after the ultimate form of verbal disrespect, you know radio spins were not involved in the creation process and no emotions will be spared. Killa Kyleon gets his street soldier, Doughbeezy to flip a couple birds without the DEA needing to be concerned for a fast flow, Team Run It bonanza. Middle finger that!
Doughbeezy Feat. Killa Kyleon – “F*ck You”