It took DJ Drama to bring that sound we all want back, but for this very moment at least, 50 Cent seems to have found his flow. As promised, Mr. Thanksgiving let’s go the first release off the first ever Gangsta Grillz tape from Curtis entitled Remain Calm (Al Qaeda Bomb), featuring Snoop Dogg and G-Unit artist Precious Paris. The Lost Tape drops May 15th.
It’s 4/20, it’s Uncle Snoop, it’s to be expected. If you’ve noticed lately though, Snoop has been extra Rastafarian, and there is good reason. The Doggfather paid a visit to Jamaica recently and it seems to have changed his life. Take a look above at a sneak peek from his upcoming Reincarnated documentary. Grab that Stoner’s EP too.
Every year on this day we give the world a contact high. Most of the people celebrating the 41 year old “unofficial” holiday of 4/20 enjoy their cannibus year ’round. Hell, some of you even get do it legally. There is just something special about this day that has everyone coming together to recognize their favorite mood elevator and inhale/ingest as much of it, in the craziest ways, as possible. Now were not reinventing the wheel here by dropping a tape of random weed songs you already have. We just figured we’d let you know we are celebrating with you too, and we wanted you to have a soundtrack for your day, which we cleverly call, Hits From The Bomb. Thank us after you sober up. Remember, we can’t please everybody, but these are some of our favorites! Continue reading for the tracklist. Then put it in your pipe (iPod) and smoke it (press play).
C’mon now. Did you really think you were gonna go all 4/20 without seeing The Doggfather? The foggy visuals for Stoner’s Anthem are here, and all you need to do is roll one up, sit back, light it and press play. I’m sure this won’t be the last you see of the ganja today. Expect a lot of bud to be flowing on the BOE streets throughout. Snoop’s Stoner’s EP is available now on iTunes.
Snoop, Daz and Kurupt keep the DPGC legacy alive with DOM Kennedy on this all left coast affair, produced by Aplified. The West sure is alive and well these days. Not like it ever went anywhere, but they are almost back to the forefront again. I’m fuckin’ with it!
Most of the music world took to Southern California this weekend, where Coachella Festival was in full effect. Acts from all genres around the world took to the stage including Dr. Dre & Snoop, A$AP Rocky & The A$AP Mob, Childish Gambino, Santigold, The Weeknd, Azealia Banks, Frank Ocean and many special guests, which you can watch above and after the jump. Dre & Snoop brought out Wiz Khalifa, Eminem, Kurupt, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, and even rapped along side 2Pac! Well, a hologram version of Pac, but it was crazy nonetheless.
This is currently on repeat on my laptop. Why? Because I love all the ratchet tones. Ha. Anyways, DJ Skee gets Game and Snoop Dogg to lay a verse down on Joe Moses I Do It For The Ratchets joint. Mustard on the beat hoe.
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