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Trae Tha Truth – I’m on


Do Ya Like – Childish Gambino (not video)

Not up on Childish Gambino but this track with the Adele sample is hot!

Honey Cocaine


Heisman Part 2 (Honey Cocaine is hanging upside down like T-shirt)

She also has some footage on schwagtv vimeo here.


Marvin & Chardonnay

Source: Kesh Continues

T.Shirt – For The Record

Jay Rock, “Black Friday”

Click HERE for the download.

Doc Ish’s debut, The First Treatment.

Tracklisting and credits for Doc Ish Presents: The Treatment:
1.) “Intro” Feat. Chrissy Kriss, Billy Danze (MOP), & Royal Flush
2.) “Hi Kids” feat. Joell Ortiz
3.) “Is It A Dream” feat. Joe Budden, Talib Kweli, Sean Price, & Angelica C.
4.) “She Did It Again” feat. Crooked I, Billy Danze (MOP) – Cuts by DJ Stress
5.) “No Goodbyes” Feat. Apollo Swyf (of The Abnormals) & B. Burroughs
6.) “These Streets” Feat. Max B, Red Cafe, Quan
7.) “Skys Are Grey” Feat. Quan, Mic Geronimo, Ras Kass
8.) “Skit” Feat Nice
9.) “FOH” feat. The Abnormals
10.) “Open Your Eyez” feat. Termanalogy, Planet Asia & Hectic
11.) “Animal Grammar” Feat. KRS-One & B. Burroughs
12.) “Cut My Throat ” Feat. Ransom, Quan, Saigon & Inspectah Deck (of Wu Tang)
13.) “Scriptures of My Life” Feat. Mic Geronimo & Charmange Tripp
14.) “You Like They Like” Feat. Samuel Adams
15.) “Make Movez” Feat. Buckshot, Rockness (Heltah Skeltah) & Colloso
16.) “You Make Me Stronger” Feat. Kool G Rap & Ma Barker
17.) “Woke Up This Morning” Feat. Doc Ish & The Abnormals
18.) “Let Me Breathe 1999” Feat. DNA

Who is Aisha Sekhmet? And further more…

Who suck Illuminati dick? Raw. Ouch. She won’t be invited to any industry parties, or church functions for that matter.

For more videos by Aisha Sekhmet go here.

Allen Iverson presents Ty Gracie & Cru Thik-Misunderstood

After a long string of mixtapes distributed through his own digital pipeline, “,” Ty Gracie’s album, “Allen Iverson presents Ty Gracie and Cru Thik-Misunderstood” is now available on iTunes. Ty Gracie is not a novice to the hip-hop world, the new album is a product of ten years of musical genius and collaboration with Allen Iverson, Cru Thik, and Ellis Park, LLC.

The timing of the album release is not ironic. The Allen Iverson documentary entitled, “No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson,” which has recently become the subject of controversy, depicts the disadvantages of a young, black athlete living in a society rooted in slavery. Ty Gracie grew up in the same surroundings, and he defiantly states, “People from Bad Newz have a different story to tell.”

Over the past decade, Gracie has worked with Young Jeezy, Fat Joe, Snoop Dogg, Nicole Ray, Jadakiss, and 50 Cent along with a wide array of producers from Jazzy Pha to Trama, an up and coming producer from Virginia.