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September 2022

August 2022

Yella Beezy Thats On Me Remix Official Music Video

Yella Beezy – “That’s On Me” Remix (Official Music Video)

Yella Beezy - "That's On Me" Remix (Official Music Video) Click Here to watch Restroom Occupied Music Video ▶ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWk6SOybxKA SUBSCRIBE HERE -https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM5OdysuAWjORR3BGW2ge_w?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Yella Beezy Twitter: https://twitter.com/yellabeezy214 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yellabeezymusic/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yellabeezy214/ Spotify: https://Hitco.lnk.to/YBSpotify Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/yellabeezy214 Lyrics That's on me, baby Yeah you can snooze if ya wanna, but not on me, baby And no I ain't taking no losses, yeah I got heat, baby No I don't know nothin' 'bout dozin', no I don't sleep, baby You nggas ain't gassing me, ngga, yeah I'm on E, baby Got all designer on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah These nggas be lying on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah All the diamonds on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah Keep that iron up on me That's on me, baby That's on me, baby That's on me, baby And no, it ain't gassing me, ngga, I'm on E, baby I'm on lean, baby, pure codeine, baby (yeah, yeah, yeah) I tote heat, baby, double G's, baby, hold my jeans, baby Be my piece, baby, if you want beef, baby, then you can leave, baby I don't sleep, baby, I'm so street, baby, so low key, baby (yeah, yeah, yeah) And no I don't be gassing me ngga, I told these nggas I'm finna boss up, these people would laugh at me ngga They say lil Yella you too flossed up, these nggas is after you ngga But I ain't making out after no ngga, flip your a$$ backwards lil' ngga Yeah you can snooze if you wanna, but not on me, baby And no I ain't taking no losses, yeah I got heap, baby No I don't know nothin' 'bout dozin', no I don't sleep, baby You nggas ain't gassing me, ngga, yeah I'm on E, baby Got all designer on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah These nggas be lying on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah Real stiff on these nggas, I gotta be No Twitter, but these nggas follow me Keep that fire on me, they talk 'bout robbing me Keep it one 100 btch, you ain't gotta lie to me The same ngga ride with me, I thg wit' in poverty I don't talk my business, keep my sht privately Can't go behind bars, gotta family that rely on me And a ngga too 'noid, so that pistol right on side of me Say I act out violently, ngga move silently Never been a pssy, so that sht ain't inside of me Ngga want war, well go start a rivalry Young ngga doing numbers, you'll think I hit the lottery Baby girl, swallow me, dep throat gargle me Rumour round the city, that some pssy ngga shot at me But I was outta town, yeah seem like a lie to me And the money that you counting up, that sht ain't a lot to me Fck is you mean boy, gangsta in my genes boy Walking in some shoes, that you ain't never seen boy I don't like talking, say the chopper gotta beam boy When the bih get to sparkin', it'll hit a nggas spleen, boy Ay too​ much pasta it make a ngga lean boy Finesse you off the drug, yeah I heard you a green boy Mixing this red with a little bit of green, boy Play with me if you wanna, it'll be a crime scene boy Yeah you can snooze if ya wanna, but not on me, baby And no I ain't taking no losses, I got heat, baby No, I don't know nothin' 'bout dozin', no I don't sleep, baby You nggas ain't gassing me, ngga, yeah I'm on E, baby Got all designer on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah These nggas be lying on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah All the diamonds on me That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah That's on me, baby, yeah Keep that auto on me That's on me, baby That's on me, baby That's on me, baby #YellaBeezy #ThatsOnMe #Remix #MusicVideo
Whodini Five Minutes of Funk Audio

Whodini – Five Minutes of Funk (Audio)

Whodini - Five Minutes Of Funk (Audio) Listen on Spotify - http://smarturl.it/whodinispotifyGH Listen on Apple Music - http://smarturl.it/whodinigreatesthits Listen on Amazon - http://smarturl.it/WhodiniAmazonGHits Lyrics Now the party didn't start till I walked in And I probably won't leave until the thing ends But in the mean time, the in between time If you work your thing, then I'll work mine We came here together so we could have fun Me and you baby, goin one on one Now this is the last chance for us to get off So either get loose, or you aught to get lost Cause Im just about ready to do my thing Cause Im the stone cold, New York, Rap Machine Im 'a give you what I got, and baby thats plenty You'll never have one that rocks so many Im 'a make you wet and make you sweat Just to see how funky you can get Now when Im on the mic, I do serve well And I go by the name of the Rapper Jalil Four minutes left Now sit back, relax, put on your head gear Get ready for a trip through the Atmosphere Gonna take you for a ride through the Twighlight Zone I dont need a space ship, I use my microphone So hold on tight, with all your might Cause Ill be rappin like this for the rest of the night Its Jalil yall, your master rapper And when Im on the mic its a sheer disaster Cause MC's crumble when we rumble Some think Im soft just because Im humble So all you MC's, I hope you're real good listeners Cause in this battle, Im takin no prisoners Im slayin MC's right on the spot Cause Im the the master of the Rap, the doctor of the Rock The Jack of all Trades, The Master of One And the thing Im at, is called havin fun We got three minutes left to rock this funk To separate the good stuff from the junk, so Get in the groove, and feel the sound And once you're inside, spread yourself around From the bottom to the top, the top to the bottom Come on Master Dee, get funky while we got em three minutes left Me and my partner, from the start We usually get together, after dark Sometimes to rap, Sometimes to sing In the Summer or the Winter cause it ain't no thing And ever since I first came round Side by Side, We'd throw down We came here to this here place To serve you all right to your face Because this jam here is our show stopper We didn't wanna do it but I guess we gotta We're the men of the hour, makin the ladies scream and holler To hot to trot, To sweet to be sour Im gonna set the record straight And I hope that it is not too late If you want the best, I won't settle for less Put your money on me, Im your best bet Come on One for the treble Two for the Bass Three for the ladies Four for the plaid Five, minutes of funk, this ain't no junk So pull your bottom off the tree stump Ladies real pretty, from city to city But now we're gettin down to the nitty gritty From the bottom to the top, the top to the bottom Im gonna rock em, while I still got em Our rappin shower has style and power And this, is our disco hour I dont know what all of you have heard So its up to me to spread the word About the man that we feel has got to be real Our crowned Prince on the wheels of steel He goes by the name of Grandmaster Dee So if its alright with you, its alright with me We gonna rock you people's minds with ease With some help from the Maestro, if you please one minute left *Im sorry, your five minutes are up, please begin your ending, or your volume Will be terminated
NLE Choppa Shotta Flow Remix ft Blueface Directed by

NLE Choppa – Shotta Flow Remix ft. Blueface (Directed by Cole Bennett)

Lyrical Lemonade Presents: NLE Choppa - Shotta Flow Remix [ft. Blueface] (Official Music Video) Directed + Edited by Cole Bennett Song Produced by Midas 800 Director of Photography - Snyder Derival Steadicam by Renard Cheren Ex. Produced by Sal Tarantino NLE Choppa Socials: http://instagram.com/choppppppa http://twitter.com/NleChoppa1 Blueface Socials: http://instagram.com/bluefacebleedem http://twitter.com/bluefacebleedem -- Official Channel of Lyrical Lemonade / Cole Bennett Subscribe for updates on music videos, interviews, performance videos, etc. Lyrical Lemonade's Hot 25 Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/gh3vdz775oy18ah1wp9ucxsj5/playlist/5UuPeWDR2I8a8pORvW9vmr Lyrical Lemonade Socials: http://www.twitter.com/lyricalemonade http://www.instagram.com/lyricalemonade http://www.facebook.com/lyricalemonade http://www.lyricallemonade.com Cole Bennett Socials: http://www.twitter.com/_colebennett_ http://www.instagram.com/_colebennett_

July 2022

Trill Vont PnB Rock yvngxchris Zai1k Back To The

Trill Vont, PnB Rock, yvngxchris, Zai1k – Back To The Crib (Official Video)

Stream + Download: https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/BackToTheCrib Subscribe now for more content from Trill Vont: https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/youtube Connect with Trill Vont: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/trillvont Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/trillvont TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@ilovetrill Apple Music - https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/applemusic Audiomack - https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/audiomack SoundCloud - https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/soundcloud Spotify - https://imtrillvont.lnk.to/spotify #TrillVont #PnBRock #yvngxchris #Zai1k #BackToTheCrib #recommended #suggestion #trending #music #hiphop #tiktok #summer #blessed #polog #trippieredd #yeat #blovee #lilpump #worldstar #musicvideo

May 2022

DJ Premier KRS One Doug E Fresh Fat Joe Mad Lion

DJ Premier, KRS-One, Doug E Fresh, Fat Joe, Mad Lion, Smif-N-Wessun, Jeru The Damaja – 1, 2 Pass It

From the 1995 Album: "The D&D All-Stars - The D&D Project" D&D Studios was a hip hop recording studio located in New York City, New York on the west side of 37th street. Artists that had recorded music at the studios included Foxy Brown, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Jay Z, Jeru the Damaja, KRS-One, Violadores del Verso, Big L, Joe Budden and Black Moon, among others. Founded by Douglas Grama and David Lotwin, D&D Records, which originated at the studios during the 1990s, released albums by Afu-Ra and The D&D All Stars. Other acts on the label included QNC and Mama Mystique. The recording studio managers were Barry Grama, David "Carpi" Carpenter and Paul Twumasi. Singer/songwriter Grayson Hugh recorded much of his 1988 RCA album "Blind To Reason" there, as well as the song "How Bout Us", with singer Betty Wright, for the film True Love (1989 film). In 2003, one of the most famous D&D studios producers, Gang Starr's DJ Premier bought D&D from its owners and renamed it HeadQCourterz in honor to his friend Kenneth "HeadQCourterz" Walker who was murdered in 2002. DJ Premier used to host a satellite radio show every Friday night on sirius/xm radio where he would play his hip hop music. The studio was closed on December 31, 2014 DITC Ent. label member G. Fisher recorded his debut single "Fish Over Premier" and EP "God MC" here as the last project to be recorded in D&D. DJ Premier: Christopher Edward Martin (born March 21, 1966), known professionally as DJ Premier (also known as Preem, Premo, or Primo), is an American record producer and DJ, and was half of the hip hop duo Gang Starr—alongside the emcee Guru—and forms half of the hip hop duo PRhyme, together with Royce da 5'9". He is often considered one of the greatest hip hop producers of all time. Premier is known for producing all of Gang Starr's songs as well as many of those composed by the Gang Starr Foundation, AZ, Big L, Big Daddy Kane, Bun B, Canibus, Common, D'Angelo, D.I.T.C., Dr. Dre, Game, Joey Bada$$, KRS-One, Lord Finesse, Ludacris, M.O.P., Mos Def, Nas, Papoose, Rakim, Royce da 5'9", Snoop Dogg, The LOX, The Notorious B.I.G., Vinnie Paz, Ill Bill, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Immortal Technique, Xzibit, nu metal band Limp Bizkit and Busta Rhymes. Premier collaborated with MC Jeru the Damaja on the album The Sun Rises in the East, released in 1994, as well as the 1996 follow-up, Wrath of the Math. Premier produced and supervised Livin' Proof by Group Home, also from the Gang Starr Foundation; although overlooked at the time of its 1995 release, the album eventually received acclaim. In 2006, pop/R&B singer Christina Aguilera recruited Premier to produce her album Back to Basics. Premier explained the reservations he heard from people regarding the collaboration: When Christina had me work with her, people were like, "Oh no. Please don’t." Then when they heard "Ain’t No Other Man," "Back In The Day," and all the other records were still constructed like Premier tracks they were like, "Yo, I really love this album. I was really impressed. I was worried, but you totally sound like what we love about you." Until you hear it, don’t say a word. I never want to be just attached to hip hop. I want to be attached to music—country, rap, soul, jazz, blues, it doesn’t matter, gospel music—I come from all of that. In 2008, Premier appeared in Grand Theft Auto IV as himself - the host for radio station The Classics 104.1. Premier produced the majority of Blaq Poet's Tha Blaqprint, which was released in mid-2009. Premier contributed a song on Game's 2011 album, The R.E.D. Album. Also in 2011, Premier appeared on...
Artifacts The Ultimate Explicit

Artifacts – The Ultimate [Explicit]

From the album "That's Them" (1997) Artifacts is a hip hop group consisting of El Da Sensei, Tame One and DJ Kaos. They hail from Newark, New Jersey and made underground music that paid homage to the four elements of hip hop. The Artifacts' most popular single "Wrong Side of Da Tracks" paid special homage to graffiti art, as they were graffiti artists themselves. They released their first album, Between a Rock and a Hard Place on October 27, 1994. Well received by underground hip hop audiences, it featured b-boy and graffiti themes. The album's beats were produced by Buckwild (from the DITC crew) and T-Ray (from the Soul Assassins crew). The Artifacts' second album, That's Them was released on April 15, 1997. It featured similar material, but it did not receive as much recognition as their debut effort. The Artifacts split soon after the release of this second album. Tame One and El Da Sensei have both continued to release music as solo artists. In 2003, Tame One joined the Weathermen, an underground rap group including Cage Kennylz, Camu Tao, Aesop Rock, and El-P. Soon after joining the Weathermen, Tame One and Cage released the album Waterworld under the name Leak Bros. In 2009, Tame ONe collaborated with another member of the Definitive Jux label, releasing the album Parallel Uni-Verses with Del the Funky Homosapien. El Da Sensei has released a number of solo albums and collaborated with the Polish rap group The Returners in 2008, as well as East Coast-based group, The Immortals Project in 2009. In August 2009 at the Rock Steady Crew Anniversary Weekend in Newark, New Jersey, Artifacts briefly reunited during a performance by El Da Sensei. According to Tame One the duo have not reconciled their differences but when he heard the horn riff which introduces "Wrong Side of Da Tracks", he felt like performing it. The impromptu reunion has not led to any official reunion. On August 2, 2010 at The Rock Steady Crew 33rd Anniversary Celebration in Newark, New Jersey, both El Da Sensei and Tame One along with DJ KAOS performed officially as The Artifacts. They performed several songs from their respective catalogs as well as Artifacts material at this show. It is confirmed that they are indeed back together and in the process of collaborating on a new Artifacts album.
Boyz II Men ft Treach Craig Mack Busta Rhymes

Boyz II Men ft. Treach, Craig Mack, Busta Rhymes & Method Man – Vibin’ (Remix)

From 1995 Release: "Vibin' Remixes"...[Artist info below]..... Get Boyz II Men's Music: http://www.amazon.com/Boyz-II-Men/e/B000ARC6P0/ref=ntt_mus_dp_pel & http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/boyz-ii-men/id256514 Boyz II Men is an American R&B vocal group best known for emotional ballads and acappella harmonies. They are the most successful R&B group of all time, having sold more than 60 million albums worldwide. In the 1990s, Boyz II Men found fame on Motown Records as a quartet, but original member Michael McCary left the group in 2003 due to health issues. Currently the group is a trio signed to Decca Records, with members Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris, and Shawn Stockman. The group won four Grammy Awards in the 1990s, and the trio was nominated for two Grammys in 2009. Boyz II Men formed at the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts in 1988 as a quintet; however, original member Marc Nelson left the group before its first studio recording to pursue a solo career. In the 1990s, Boyz II Men gained international celebrity behind unprecedented success on the pop charts. The group's first single to reach number 1, 1992's "End of the Road", a phenomenal hit, reached the top of charts across the globe. "End of the Road" would set a new record for longevity, staying at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 13 weeks, breaking a decades-old record held by Elvis Presley. Boyz II Men would exceed even that record later in the decade with hits "I'll Make Love to You" and "One Sweet Day" (with Mariah Carey), which each exceeded records for the longest period of time a single remained at number 1. As of 2011, "One Sweet Day" still holds the all-time record with 16 weeks at the top of the Hot 100. Although "On Bended Knee" did not exceed any records, it was still a very popular song that reached number 1 and made Boyz II Men the third artist (after The Beatles and Elvis[4]) to replace themselves at the number one rating of the Billboard Hot 100. Because of this, Boyz II Men are among the only artists that have stayed at the number one spot cumulatively 50 times, just fourth behind Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and Mariah Carey. They also hold the numbers one, three and four spots for 3 of the longest running singles in music history with "One Sweet Day," "I'll Make Love to You" and "End of the Road." These achievements were enough to earn Boyz II Men recognition as Billboard Magazine's most successful musical group of the 1990s.[6] On January 5, 2012, Boyz II Men were awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

April 2022

LL Cool J ft Prodigy Keith Murray Fat Joe Foxy

LL Cool J ft. Prodigy, Keith Murray, Fat Joe, Foxy Brown – I Shot Ya (Remix) [Official Video]

LL Cool J ft. Prodigy, Keith Murray, Fat Joe, Foxy Brown - I Shot Ya (Remix) (Video) [Explicit] from the album 'Mr. Smith' (1995) 🔔 Subscribe to UPROXX Video and ring the bell to turn on notifications: https://uproxx.it/5rzazsh 🎙️ New Episodes of People’s Party with Talib Kweli every Monday 9AMet/6AMpt. Watch all the episodes here: https://uproxx.it/avxtjgf More Hip-Hop Heads Playlists: 90's Hip Hop ▶️ http://bit.ly/90sHipHopPlaylist 2000's Hip Hop ▶️ http://bit.ly/2000sHipHopPlaylist 90's R&B Hits ▶️ http://bit.ly/90sRBPlaylist The UPROXX Family 🎧 UPROXX Music https://youtube.com/uproxxmusic 🎥 UPROXX Studio https://youtube.com/uproxx FOLLOW ➕UPROXX.com: https://uproxx.com ➕Instagram: https://instagram.com/uproxx ➕Twitter: https://twitter.com/uproxx ➕Facebook: https://facebook.com/uproxx ABOUT UPROXX VIDEO: UPROXX Video celebrates Hip-Hop, Style, and Creativity through a mix of original shows and music videos from the biggest artists, entertainers, and innovators from our culture. PEOPLE'S PARTY WITH TALIB KWELI People's Party is a weekly interview show hosted by Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh. Guests range from the biggest names in hip-hop, to global entertainers, to the most progressive minds moving our culture forward. The audio podcast is available on Apple and Spotify.


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