Last week I featured the following songs…
DRAKE “FOREVER” FT. KANYE WEST, LIL WAYNE & EMINEM[audio:http://angelayee.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/Forever.mp3]
A pretty sick line up here over a banging track by Boi Wonda. I know Eminem is my boss and all but he ripped his verse to shreds! Well done Marshall
The track got high approval from the callers
JAY-Z “VENUS VS. MARS”[audio:http://angelayee.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/Venus_vs_Mars.mp3]
As the release of Blueprint 3 approaches a couple of songs have leaked and are the subject of great debate as to whether Hov’s still got it, is the album going to be a classic and so forth. I have heard all sorts of opinions from listeners all week but with this song, Hov displays the slick wordplay and lyrical ingenuity that makes him truly one of the all time greats. Timbo’s beat is a banger as well
There are def some Jay-Z haters out there but there was positive responses from callers as well
RAEKWON “CATALINA” FT. LYFE JENNINGS[audio:http://angelayee.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/The_Catalina.mp3]
The anticipation for Only Built… Part 2 is hitting a fever pitch with the release of this banger produced by none other than Dr. Dre. What a combination! OBFCL Part 2 in stores Sept 8th
Callers loved this one
PILL “TRAP GOIN’ HAM”[audio:http://angelayee.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/Pill.mp3]
I try to give new artists a look and Pill has got a buzz growing out of Atlanta. The song is super catchy with it’s Beastie Boys “The New Style” sample running underneath the track while Pill drops that serious dopeboy slang. The song reminds me of some vintage Mannie Fresh productions during the Cash Money run. Peep the video on Youtube it’s as hood as it gets.
Callers were not feeling Pill but I have a feeling the song will win people over eventually
RED CAFÉ “I TOTE GUNS” FT. NOTORIOUS B.I.G.[audio:http://angelayee.mystagingwebsite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/Tote-Guns.mp3]
More new music from Red giving a nod to his BK brother from Flatbush and St. James for some help on the hook. A hard street joint with slick metaphors from Mr. Cafe.
Callers were not feeling this one.