This mixtape is a patchwork collage of random loops and classic Hip-Hop beats in which Mr. Sobers uses to tell humorous short stories of getting money and living everyday life, whether it be right or wrong.
I Plead The 5th is currently available now and has features by John Blu, Twista, Cold Hard of Crucial Conflict ,KD, LaniPop, Willie Taylor, Belo's Po House clique and more I Plead The 5th comes courtesy of Po House Entertainment, With Management provided by Wicked Entertainment.
OUT NOW! HiPNOTT Records - 25 To Life (Compilation Album)
Courtesy Kevin Nottingham.
After recently celebrating their 25th official album release, independent label HiPNOTT Records assembles some of their finest singles from their extensive catalog in this new compilation album, 25 To Life.
Audio: Talksick f/ T.R.A. "Dungeon Rap" (prod. The Quarter Inch Kings)
Courtesy Quarter Inch.
With the release of Talksick's debut Lp The Weapon approaching The S.A.R.S. Network has unleashed the second single from the album titled "Dungeon Rap". The joint features T.R.A.and Talksick both "doing damage" on a track produced by The Quarter Inch Kings. Below are the stream; and also the download link for the dj pack which includes Street, Radio Instrumental, and Acapella versions. Be sure to follow on twitter or facebook for updates for the release date.
Video - Charlamagne: "We All Know Gucci Mane is Crazy"
http://www.vladtv.com - Charlamagne addressed the always entertaining topic of Gucci Mane's rather erratic behavior. Gucci is known for going on an epic Twitter rant where he unleashed wild claims that he slept with top-notch beauties such as Nicki Minaj, Kelly Rowland, and Ciara among others, and Charlamagne doesn't believe any of that to be true. Gucci even threw out Waka Flocka's name and claimed that together they tag-teamed a few women, to which Waka denied.
Video: Diddy Talks Admirable People & Biggie's Legacy
http://www.vladtv.com - During Diddy's interview with VladTV, the media mogul discussed the people who he models himself after, naming Bill Clinton and Muhammad Ali for their impacts, Steve Jobs for his visionary aspect, and civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael for telling it how it was. "I'd throw Malcolm X up in there too. They were just people who weren't afraid to change the world," Diddy added.