DJ Khaled released an exclusive copy of “I’m On One” to BET for the BET awards but some how the internet goons at RapRadar embeded it on their media player. What a jack move! I respect the hustle, I truly do but they had it before VEVO did. The amount of views this racks is going to take away from the pennies Universal will get on their own internet media outlet, VEVO. From a business side I understand the Group M blacklist. From a music lover side I see the fight. If RapRadar has it first why can’t they put it up? How long will VEVO take to get it and we have to wait? Wait for what? Music is for the fans, right Drake?
Shouts to RapRadar though!
Posted by Goat | Filed under Albums
I’m currently on a music binge so I’ve been bumping a few things to see what’s out there. Some old some new my Dukes. Figured I’d share. More of the goodies after the jump. (So what if some aint out!)
Tags: B.G., Big Kuntry King, Black Pocket The Album, Blu & Mainframe, Brass Knuckles, Capleton, Chopper City Boyz, D.I.R.T., DJ Khaled, Exit 13, Fearless, Gar, GZA, Heltah Skeltah, Jazmine Sullivan, Joe, Joe Thomas New Man, Johnson & Jonson, Kardinal Offishall, Life In The Concrete Jungle, LL Cool J, Lloyd Banks, More Fire, Murs, Murs For President, My Turn To Eat, Naledge, Nelly, Not 4 Sale, P.A. (Parental Advisory), Paper Trail, Politics As Usual, Pro Tools, Raphael Saadiq, Robin Thicke, Snipe, Sol-Angel & The Hadley St. Dreams, Solange, Something Else, Steve Spacek, Straight No Chase, T.I., Termanology, The Block Obama (Mixtape For The Streets), The Recession, The Way I See It, We Global, Young Chris, Young Jeezy
Directed by Super Director Rik Cordero
Not into dude but I’m feeling good and BOBO laced me with it.
I preferred the autotune on “Put On.” This still rocks though my Dukes.
Banks and Yayo take a stroll down memory lane reviewing some of there past battles. Some emcees caught the shovel other got a pass. I thought it was T.O.S. all around guys?
Ace Hood drops by Steve O & Young Sav a drop his new single off. I shall pass…
I’m tired of hearing Khaled. But I give it a pass cause this is a Trae track. New music from H-Town my Dukes.
“Out Here Grindin” DJ Khaled
Feat. Akon, Rick Ross, Piles, Lil’ Boosie,
Trick Daddy, Ace Hood & Lil’ Wayne
Your favorite DJ that you live to hate is back with another track with a slew of rappers, but this time something fishy is a foot. If you don’t understand what I saying look at the lineup, he has Piles and Trick Daddy on the same song. Ahhh hoh!!! Last time I checked they were beefin’, hmmm…