Think cold beers and pungent marijuana.
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Jody Highroller is back.
"How U Feel" sounds completely polished, but still feels like the same ol' Gleesh we know and love.
Don't be afraid to run this back once or twice. Or 15 times.
It's 2010 or something.
The green leaf gospel according to Eddie B.
It's Spitta. And DZA. Plus Fraud's beats. Rejoice!
Smoke DZA does raps about a lot of drugs while Harry Fraud provides the instrumentation for "Obey Your Thirst.
Curren$y showcases more of his lifestyle music in the visuals for Harry Fraud-helmed cut <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/08/currensy-audio-dope-4">"AD4."</a> Off the Bales project, which can be downloaded <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/09/download-currensy-young-roddy-bales-mixtape">here</a>.
Spitta shares a nugget with his fans, serving up "Audio Dope 4," this time with production by Harry Fraud.
Eddie B applies his rapid-fire flow to Harry Fraud’s dynamic production on his latest release “Anywhere It Takes Me.
Today, the neighborhood of Bushwick in the borough of Brooklyn will have a "block party.
Scion AV and Harry Fraud bless the world with a colorful video for "Loopy" off his High Tide EP.
Here's an Action Bronson project in a nutshell: it's always serviceable, the beats stand well by themselves, and it'll be something listeners play to satiate a mood and then turn off after five tracks.
Bam Bam's outtakes are better than most rappers best takes.
The new dynamic duo of Action Bronson and Harry Fraud have made the decision to share Saaab Stories with the masses via Spotify stream.
"Yo, I hit you wit' you the dropkick, Marty Jannetty.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/action-bronson-daniel-luxford-sf.jpg"></a>Photos: <a href="http://www.sneakerfreaker.com/articles/Action-Bronson-Beef-Steak-And-Broken-Legs/?source=nl">Daniel Luxford/Sneaker Freaker</a> <a href="http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/rumor-did-action-bronson-sign-to-tde-news.5917.html">TDE deal or not</a>, Action Bronson can pretty much do whatever the hell he wants these days.
If any album cover had the potential to match the content within, Action Bronson's Saaab Stories would be that one.
Harry Fraud cooks up this quixotic concoction of Max B.