Encore + Fort

Been a long time since my last post. I was held up with all this new apartment stuff going on, but its over and shit will hit the fan for the next months. Ill try to produce more beats and post way more hiphop and some of my other bananas. I promise.

ANYWAY, lets start the show. MDMAwsome's post on Thizz Music got me diggin back in my stash to find some Mac Dre head bangin' track. Mission was a total sucess, back in 2008 a Mac Dre (R.I.P) and Andre Nickatina (remember Ayo for Yayo) collabo album named "A Tale of 2 Andres" came out. If you haven't heard this album yet well run to your nearest interweb machine and go crazy on it. Shit is tight. You can tell the track is going to be good when Mac Dre starts his verse with :
"Now, before I start rapping, I must warn ya'
I just washed down 2 mushrooms with some orange juice,
I was thizzin when I wrote this, forgive me if it goes astray, it's just one of the many dumb flows of dre"
As for Smoov E featured on the track, I can't really put a word to describe how he fucking destroys the beat. His flow is "like a slice of butter... melting on top of a big-ol' pile of flapjacks... yeah."
Mac Dre & Andre Nickatina - Hot Jalapenos

2nd one is off the new Slum Village's album "Villa Manifesto". I listened to the album and to be honest with you, coming from me, a big dilla\slum village fan, I was quite disappointed... I'm not that up to date with the Elzhi beef and shit but from what I heard they removed all the verses he did for the album, which is fucking stupid. Slum Village had a good run but with Dilla and Elzhi out of the story, its not the same thing. Anyway this beat is still very good, pretty much my favorite of the whole album. It also features one of my favorite duo; Little Brother. Chill beat.
Slum Village - Where Do We Go From Here Ft. Littler Brother

3rd and last one is a bit off date since its a collabo that was made to bash about the Bush government and the beginning of the war in Irak. BUUUUUT when you have KRS-One, Mobb Deep, Everlast, Mack 10, B-Real of Cypress Hill, and I might forget 1 or 2, rappin on the beat, it cant really go bad. I don't have to introduce any of these guys, just seeing all those names should give you the urge to listen to this track.
Krs-One, Mobb Deep, Mack 10, Everlast, B-Real from Cypress Hill - Dear Mr. President

see you next time


  1. Yo, since Baatin died, isn't Slum Village just T3, really? Must be lonely.

  2. Baatin worked a bit on the album before he died (RIP) but seriously T3 can't really continue calling himself Slum Village