Loosies: Crooked I Rides Diamonds, Kid Daytona Goes Low, Mistah F.A.B., Meek Mill & 2 Chainz

12.08.11 6 years ago

Since most Crooked I fans are hyped to hear their favorite microphone destroyer will be releasing another EP called In None We Trust on December 13, the Left Coast Slaughterhouse member let go of this laid-back leak to help tide them over until it drops. Other fans of Crooked, however, are simply waiting on an actual debut album from the guy who left Death Row almost a decade ago. *sighs*

Crooked I Feat. K-Young – “Diamond In The Back”

After he finished cleaning up the messy “Ivory Coast Crime Scene” with Bronson last week, the always-cool Kid Daytona kicked up his feet and released this horny how-to for anyone who might need to learn a thing or two about knowing their role. Oh, and if you didn’t know, The Interlude II drops December 19.

The Kid Daytona – “Low” (Prod. By Harry Fraud)

Somewhere on route to wrapping up his latest release, I Found My Backpack 2, Fabby Davis Jr. stopped through The Big Apple to cook up some crack with two NY giants. And, with an obvious East Coast feel and 50 Cent-vocal-sample to boot, what came out of the kitchen is definitely a tad different than most material we get from the Bay Area mayor.

Mistah F.A.B. Feat. NORE & Jadakiss – “Probably B The Greatest”

No matter what you think of Bobby V’s high-top fade or guest appearance choices for this lead single to his upcoming Vitamin V mixtape with DJ Holiday, this digital freak fest features enough timely star-power and testosterone to take it from being free on the Interwebs to earning tip-money via radio waves. How many chains? Oh yeah, two.

Bobby V Feat. Meek Mill & 2 Chainz – “Drop It”

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