*wipes tears* This is incredible. I’m sure the CDQ will be here soon enough but for now here’s the rip courtesy of IFWT.
Hip-hop legends Outkast and UGK helped put two cities listed on the map
The South’s dominance in hip-hop began in 1998 with Master P releasing “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!” as his third single from the Ghetto D album featuring Fiend, Silkk The Shocker, Mia X, and Mystikal on January 13.
The next month the boss of No Limit’s little brother Silkk the Shocker dropped his second album Charge It 2 da Game with a hit single of his own featuring Mystikal titled “It Ain’t My Fault.” Later in the year Outkast released their classic Aquemini, Goodie Mob didn’t disappoint with their sophomore album Still Standing, The Neptunes became stars for producing N.O.R.E.’s “Superthug” and Mase’s “Lookin’ at Me” and Cash Money was put on the map after Juvenile released 400 Degreez. Since then, instead of artists or labels looking to New York for the next movement, all eyes are on what comes from the third coast. We’re all aware of the boroughs of where the legends of The Empire State came from and also of Los Angeles but which cities in the South have been the most influential?
He goes off the head for a second before kicking an acapella verse from what may be his new album.
Well damn. @Facemob vents his frustrations about his baby momma on the opening verse, while Don Trip follows up with his own regrets about his relationship with the mother of his son. This is like the Bizzaro version of Nas’s Daughters track.
I can’t contain my excitement for this project for real. I need new music from Beans and Face like most people need oxygen. Face says that he is dropping a solo project first so that’s good news to say the least.
I was only posting this because it’s got the boy Scarface on it, but Marcus proves that the hype around him isn’t some bull. I keep hearing dudes name whenever people are talking about the next wave of Houston artists but honestly this is my first time checking dude. This track attacks the artists in the industry that Marcus feels don’t live up to what they talk about on record. In other words about ninety-nine percent of the industry.
Pretty interesting audio of the late, great Pimp C of UGK venting about possible shady dealings with KBXX (97.9 the Boxx) in Houston, TX. The Program Director threatening to try and have the Pimp’s parole violated on trumped up charges & more.