Uncle Murda adds Fabolous and Jadakiss on the “Right Now” remix.
Without a doubt, Skillz’s annual “Rap Up” is the first one that most people know, but Uncle Murda’s joints are equally noteworthy. The former’s versions usually kill it with wit and style as he covers a large range of topics while Murda takes a little more abrasive approach and highlights content folks might recognize from The Shade Room instead of the daily news front page. The East New Yawk rapper calls his version “The realest yearly wrap-up you ever heard, I’m just stating a few facts and some shit that I heard.” I mean, yelling out “Lamar Odom smoke crack” as an ad-lib and calling out Tyga on the tranny rumors definitely will make you wince and laugh at the same time.
“Police still killing our people, we out of suggestions (damn)
Time to start killing ‘em back, f*ck all that protesting (facts)
Rest in peace Chinx, can’t believe he ain’t here (we miss him)
Mendeecees got hit with eight years (hold your head)
I did a record with Future, now a n**** popping’ (you a dub)
We went from Shmurda dancing to milly rocking
Pacquiao couldn’t get around Floyd jab (nope)
Migos and Bow Wow beefin’ over the dab (ha ha)
Ross called Baby out cause Wayne ain’t paid (damn)
His baby mom sued 50, she tryna get paid (woo)
Charlie Sheen f*ckin’ b*tches, he givin’ ‘em AIDS (nasty)
They took Slim Jesus mic when he was on stage (he soft)”
Absolutely no punches pulled, which has been everyone’s favorite Uncle’s steez since he first entered the game. Listen below to “Rap Up (2015)” below and pick it up on iTunes.
Uncle Murda, Maino, Troy Ave & Young Lito join Bleezy on the “Kyrie Irving” remix.
DJ Kay Slay recruited, Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Moe Chipps & Lucky Don, for “Straight Outta BK.”
DJ Kay Slay gathers some BK rappers for “Straight Outta Brooklyn.” This is off of the “Shadow of the Sun” mixtape that drops October.
There are about five years’ worth of IOUs floating around in Philadelphia because Cassidy called up every relevant rapper from the last decade for the remix to his “MMM” record. While the original from March was a solo joint, this six-minute monster features bars from Fred Money, Vado, Uncle Murda, Vado, JR Writer, Fat Trel, Dave East, Chubby Jag, Compton Menace, Red Café,Papoose, Drag-On, and Fred Da Godson.
The BishopMakeItKnock joint still slaps just as hard as the day it dropped, and with a lineup like this, the menu for the day calls for bars, bars and more bars. Cassidy knows he brought some monsters to the battle and uses the opportunity to unload a few clips of ether himself:
“You not talking money don’t say shit
I’m tired of games, I’m the wrong one to play with
Have my chicken when I come to pick up the payment
Or get picked up off the pavement
I’m with that white girl on the regular, business, never been racist
But catching them cases
Ain’t cool – house arrest bracelets”
No word on whether Cass will be returning the favor with eight bars on each of their upcoming projects, or ghostwriting their next diss tracks, but we’re happy to throw this one on the gym playlist and let it bang.
Two people you don’t want to see on a late night stumbling out of the Griffin are Maino and Uncle Murda. With their respective followings and street ties, the duo are some of the last standing testaments to the real New York of yesteryear where every borough was a no fly zone for tourists. Banging on their chest bar after bar, the remix for “Real N*ggas Back” will have you doing knuckle push-ups on sandpaper for hours.
Rarely known for his lyrical prowess, Murda owns the second half of the track with a mix of hard knock life knowledge and subtle homage to the BG’s on state sponsored vacay right now.
“I’m gonna show em ain’t shit sweet
I ain’t catch a body bout a week ago
Man, I caught a body this week”
While the coast may not be the sole dominant force in Hip-Hop anymore, with cats like Maino and Murda keeping to the ethos established decades ago, the 212 is going to be alright.
DJ Absolut gets, Raekwon, Nathaniel, Sheek Louch & Uncle Murda for his new single “It’s All Love.”