In which we're Truly Blessed.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
"In the spirit of Slick Rick, the watch don't tick-tick, The Ballys is all suede, And the ice don't drip-drip."
3 for the price of 1.
If you haven't heard by now, ST 2 Lettaz and Jackie Chain have combined forces like Voltron to form The Doobie Brothaz.
Following months and months and months and seemingly months of behind-the-scenes footage, MMG's Stalley finally releases the visual for "Swangin'." The vibe of the record has always seemed like it would be more catered to the summer months, so it is understandable for the video dropping in July.
For the double video "F*ck Everybody But Me/Nothin Finna Stop Me," DaVinci stays in his native San Francisco.
Rare is that we get to actually hear from Block Beattaz.
One of the highlights from Stalley's terrifically-produced Savage Journey to the American Dream gets the visual treatment, as he and Curren$y bring out their whips for "Hammers and Vogues," a track that may as well be described as elegant rider music.
Stalley and the Block Beattaz are developing some real chemistry.
As of this writing, Stalley's 584 followers away from announcing when his Savage Journey to the American Dream will flood Internet and mixtape website servers.
You can almost sense Stalley gaining confidence with each new release.
Rap can be easy, or, better put, it can be formulaic.
"87 Regal" is billed as the "fifth and final" song in the beard's Song By Me, Stalley series.
There was a time when emcees wanted to be heard, in the most literal sense of the word.