Snoop Dogg has dropped his awaited new mixtape #Puff Puff Pass Tuesdays featuring all the tracks he has, and plans to release on every #PuffPuffPassTuesday in the future – off this mixtape, and possibly some from his upcoming studio album, Doggumentary.
“Get Big” is one of the first official singles from American rapper Dorrough‘s second studio album (similarly titled), Get Big. The remix’s music video was directed by Rage. The album was released on September 7, 2010.
“Get Big” is one of the first official singles from American rapper Dorrough‘s second studio album (similarly titled), Get Big. Dorrough released two official singles: “Hood Chick Fetish” featuring Yo Gotti and “Get Big“. The album was released on September 7, 2010.
“Gucci Bandana“ is the fourth single from Soulja Boy‘s second studio album iSouljaBoyTellem. The track was produced by Soulja Boy and features Gucci Mane & Shawty Lo. The video features cameos by Rich Boy, Lil Jon, & Arab. To date his album has sold 200,377 copies.
“Make Da Trap Say Aye“ is the second single from southern rapper OJ Da Juiceman‘s first studio album The Otha Side of the Trap. The track features Gucci Mane with cameos by Big Boi, Shawty Lo, Nicki Minaj and many others.
iSouljaBoyTellEm is the second studio album from rapper Soulja Boy Tell’Em. The album features artists Gucci Mane, Shawty Lo, Sean Kingston, Sammie and features productions by Polow Da Don, Jim Jonsin and Drumma Boy. Soulja Boy brought you the Top 40 smash hit “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” and
“I’m Bout Tha Stacks (Intro)“, “Rubber Bands” and “I Pray (Outro)” being the better produced tracks, both produced by Drumma Boy. I’m Bout Tha Stacks has an alright hook, but definitely shows that his rapping game has jumped up quite a bit. Also the typical Drumma Boy track bangers. “Rubber Bands” is about what other than “Rubber Bands”, an alright track and probably could’ve done some work on the lyrics. “I Pray” could do without the vocals.. don’t sing if you can’t.
6 of the 16 tracks are produced by Soulja Boy himself that include “Bird Walk”, “Gucci Bandana” featuring Gucci Mane & Shawty Lo, “Booty Got Swag (Donk pt 2)”, “Hey You There”, “Wit My Yums On”, and “Go Head”. “Bird Walk” is a the first single off his second studio album. It’s an alright track overall, and probably the only ok “street radio single” for singles – even includes the annoying Soulja Boy sounds to kick it off. This isn’t a bad thing, but I think it could’ve been done without them. Lyrical flow has really improved.
“Gucci Bandana” could’ve been a great street track, however they let Soulja Boy go again and produce the track. The track features Shawty Lo and Gucci Mane. One of the better tracks, with a lacking track that could’ve been worlds better if it had been done by someone else.
All of the other Soulja Boy produced tracks are the typical, if not pretty boring tracks overall. As if we didn’t get enough of the same sound on the CD he thought we’d appreciate to hear some of the same style of his roots of Crank That. Alright hooks, ok bass but they don’t go much further. Rapping lyrically about chains, and how much he’s achieved. Stuff other rappers could get away easily, Soulja Boy can’t really. He got away with it for the first CD, I guess it could be fun for some girls to dance to in particular “Booty Got Swag“, “Hey You There” and “With My Yums On“.
Jim Jonsin produced and second single – “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” features R&B singer Sammie and probably the best track on the CD for mainstream play. Passable to compare it to Soulja Girl 2.0. Good hook, and great overall track – personal favorite.
Polow da Don produced “Yamaha Mama” features Sean Kingston and has an overall nice hook if you can still listen to Sean Kingston.
Like it or not, “Shoppin’ Spree” has a nice beat produced by Mr. Hanky. It features Gucci Mane & Yo Gotti, and in my opinion is one of Soulja Boy’s better flowing tracks on the CD (probably because of the help from Gucci Mane). Good lyrical and good verses by both Gucci Mane & Yo Gotti. The album version is censored, check out some mixtapes if you want the explict versions of this and some others.
“Turn My Swag On“, produced by Natural Disaster, might be so incredibly bad – that it might actually be so great, you just might never actually understand how amazing it is. Besides the hook, that you never can get out of your head is probably one of the “better” tracks on the CD. I say better, because the hook gets stuck in your head – and that’s all that really matters, right? Young Jeezy, Fabolous and Lil’ Wayne have done covers of this – which could probably help him out in the future for his reptuation, the little that he has.
So, it’s Soulja Boy’s second CD. Overall, I think he has improved greatly from the first album. However, I think until he finds the right producers to work with – and something to talk about (that isn’t media/publicity driven) then he might just be taken seriously. Soulja Boy is definitely here to stay whether you like it or not. Check out his album iSouljaBoyTellEm available now!
1. Mad – Ne-Yo
2. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey
3. Permanent Monday – Jordin Sparks
4. Heartless – Kanye West
5. I’m So Paid – Akon f./Lil Wayne
6. Just Like Me – Jamie Foxx f./T.I.
7. Numba 1 (Tide Is High) – Kardinal Offishall f./Keri Hilson
8. Break Ya Ankles – E-40 f./Shawty Lo
9. One More Drink – Ludacris f./T-Pain
10. Drink In My Cup – Electrik Red
11. Come Over – Estelle f./Sean Paul
12. One And Only – Nelly
13. Crazy World – Young Jeezy
14. I Hate This Part – The Pussycat Dolls
15. Beep – Bobby Valentino f./Yung Joc
16. Just Dance – Lady Gaga f./Colby O’Donis
17. Let Me Come Back – Lil Rob
18. By My Side – Jadakiss & Ne-Yo
19. Stunned Out – Paula DeAnda f./Yung Joc
20. Universal Mind Control (UMC) – Common
1. Mad – Ne-Yo
2. I Stay In Love – Mariah Carey
3. One More Drink – Ludacris f./T-Pain
4. Just Like Me – Jamie Foxx f./T.I.
5. Superhuman – Chris Brown f./Keri Hilson
6. Put It On Ya – Plies
7. Crazy World – Young Jeezy
8. Heartless – Kanye West
9. Drink In My Cup – Electrik Red
10. I’m So Paid – Akon f./Lil Wayne
11. Wifey Type – V.I.C.
12. Bird Walk – Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
13. All My Life (Ghetto) – Jay Rock f./Lil Wayne & Will.I.Am
14. Love Hangover – Kidz In The Hall f./Estelle
15. Head Of My Class – Scooter Smiff f./Chris Brown
16. Numba 1 (Tide Is High) – Kardinal Offishall f./Keri Hilson
17. Move – Q-Tip
18. Break Ya Ankles – E-40 f./Shawty Lo
19. Good Lovin’ – Slim f./Ryan Leslie & Fabolous
20. Shawty Said – Novakane f./Lil Wayne
“Arab Money” is the second single from Busta Rhyme‘s upcoming album Back on my B.S. out in early 2009. The track features Ron Browz. The music video debuted on BET’s 106 & Park on December 2, 2008. It is directed by Rik Cordero. It features cameos from T.I., Rick Ross, Spliff Star, DJ Drama, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, DJ Khaled, Akon, Lil’ Wayne, Soulja Boy, Kardinal Offishall, Ace Hood, Shawty Lo, Paul Wall, E-40, Jadakiss, Kanye West, among many others.
The album was originally going to be called Before Hell Freezes Over then Back on My Bullshit, then Blessed, then B.O.M.B. (the acronym of Back on my Bullshit) and now it will be called Back on My B.S.. The album was also originally planned for a release in December 4, 2007; however, it was delayed to June 17, 2008, and then July 1, 2008, then delayed again to December 9, 2008, then pushed back to February 10, 2009, and now is scheduled to be released on March 10, 2009.
An official remix will be released into 2 parts.
Listen/Download: Busta Rhymes feat. Ron Browz – Arab Money + Remix featuring Diddy, Swizz Beatz, T-Pain, Akon & Lil’ Wayne
“Ride” is the second single from Ace Hood‘s debut album Gutta. The remix features Rick Ross, and Juelz Santana. The video also features cameos by Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones, Soulja Boy, Akon, Shawty Lo, DJ Drama & DJ Khaled. His debut album Gutta is dropping November 18th!
“What Up, What’s Happenin’” is the third single from T.I.‘s upcoming sixth studio album “Paper Trail”. It features production by Drumma Boy. It will be released on iTunes September 2nd. The song peaked at #5 on Billboard bubbling under R&B/Hip-Hop chart when it first leaked into Internet. The song is a direct diss to Shawty Lo.
Video was shot in Bankhead and is set to be released on iTunes September 9th. Because the song is a diss to Shawty Lo, the video was shot in his neighborhood.