HipHope.com has the pleasure of introducing Yaminah Lhetreal. She hails from VA and is a model as well as a singer. She is very talented at both modeling and singing, check for her on the links below. Enjoy the slide show as well.
Souljah Boy is being charged with felony gun possession of an assault weapon and possession of a firearm as a felon. These charges come from his arrest over a probation violation back in December where cops found firearms in his house. One of the guns found at his house was reportedly stolen from a cop car. The also found a Mini Draco AR-15, an assault weapon which is illegal to own in the state of California. Soulja Boy is facing up to 4 years in prison for the charges. He is also supposed to have a boxing match with Chris Brown in March, his latest social media story. I wondering what he needs all of those weapons for, he must be on someone’s hit list to risk his freedom like that.
Always a good thing when you have a model that is also a recording artist. Introducing Bella Fyntae model from NJ, she is also a singer with some great music. For more info and to hear her music, check the links below.[slideshow_deploy id=’189′]
Selectah EJah, DJ/producer out of Brooklyn, NY presents Old School Hip Hop a mix he made back in 2013, it’s so good, we had to bring it back for your download and/or streaming pleasure. The mix is more for you to hear full old school songs at the same time, the mix is so dope it’s mesmerizing. Below are the links for you to stream or download as well as the track listing. Give it a listen and let us know what you think. To download the mix as one file, click the down arrow on the player, to download the mix with individual songs, click the “Download” button to download the zip file, then unzip into your music directory. The mix will appear in your favorite music player on your device.
01. New York State of Mind – NaS
02. How Many MCs – Black Moon
03. Oh My God – A Tribe Called Quest
04. Public Enemy No 1 – Public Enemy
05. The Day the Niggaz Took Over – Dr Dre
06. Progress of Elimination – Boss
07. Paper Thin – MC Lyte
08. Because I Got it Like That – Jungle Brothers
09. Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nothin Ta Fuck Wit
10. Loves Gonna Get’cha – BDP
11. On the Run – Kool G Rap and Polo
12. Let ‘Em Know – Souls of Mischief
13. Sucker MC’s – Run DMC
14. Tonight’s Da Night – Redman
15. Criminology – Raekwon
16. What the Blood Clot – Method Man
17. Renee – Lost Boys
18. Girls – B Boys
19. That’s the Joint – Funky 4 Plus 1
20. Love Rap – Spoonie Gee
I’ve had this debate with people for so long, I’d like to end it with the opinion of you. Are the new school of artists not as talented as the old school artists from back in the day. We all know the answer to that, but it seems the younger generation seems too always go for the new school artists. But I only think that because they refuse to listen to any music that is more than a few months old in the first place. I’m going to post videos of songs from the old school and compare them to new school artists that are actually in the same class and let you decide which is better. This list will be added to on a regular basis, so check back often. Please leave your answers in the comment section below. Hope you enjoy and let me know what you think.
Jijaga BX is one of my favorite undaground artists. He reminds me of the Samuel Jackson of the undaground, he rocks and keeps rocking. Loving his style and energy, he hails from my hometown the Bronx. I’m linking my favorite song of what he has on Soundcloud. To learn more about Jijaga BX and/or check out his music check the links below.
Come check out the new radio station streaming straight out of East New York, Brooklyn to the world. Featuring Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca, Old School, special guests, live broadcasts, Freestyles and whatever you request.