20 years after his death, a 16-piece orchestra are set to perform Notorious B.I.G’s iconic album ‘Ready to Die’ in full.
– Secret Location
– A 16-piece orchestra
– Bespoke projections
– Unique production
Released in 1994, Biggie’s seminal debut album ‘Ready to Die’ went on to become one of hip hop’s most important releases. Gaining huge critical acclaim, the album achieved quadruple platinum sales and stands as one of the greatest albums ever made.
1. Ghetto Fabolous Filtered Water
3. Control Us
4. Spread Love
5. Heaven Yea
6. Praise You (feat. Musiq Soulchild)
7. Slow Motion (feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)
8. Play Action (feat. Hit-Boy)
9. Throw It Back II
10. Black Man (feat. Kent Jamz)
12. Hyperbolic Vibe Chamber
01. Like This (feat. Chrisette Michelle & Meet Sims)
02. Match That
03. Hold Up
04. Around Me
05. All Good (feat. Stack Bundles, Bynoe & Cau2G$)
06. For the Love (feat. Meet Sims)
07. Crown Royal
08. Legendary (feat. Mavado & French Montana)
09. Top of the Year (feat. Meet Sims)
10. What the F**k They On
11. Yeah I Do (feat. Meet Sims)
12. Slide Up In Ya Bitch
13. Real Bitch
14. Same Ol’ Hood (feat. Meet Sims)
This is the brand new mixtape from DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia that just dropped TODAY called Mafia 4 Life hosted by DJ Scream. This is the prelude to DJ Paul’s highly anticipated solo album YOTS (Year Of The Six) that is dropping in October through a partnership with Yelawolf and his Slumerican record label. DJ Paul wanted to give you a taste of what’s to come on the album with this brand new mixtape that is full of bangers from start to finish. Download Mafia 4 Life right now!!!
DJ Paul KOM presents Mafia 4 Life with appearances from Yelawolf, Jon Connor, Dave East, OG Maco, Dope D.O.D, Compton Menace and Kokoe Chapo. Year of the Six album coming soon! #M4L #YOTS
With Bush in stores everywhere, Snoop Dogg feels the World is ready for a new video! The standout single off the album is definitely “California Roll” which features the Legendary Stevie Wonder & Pharrell.
As we reported earlier, today (5/16) is the 25th anniversary of the release of Ice Cube’s debut album,Amerikkka’s Most Wanted. To celebrate the milestone, Cube has made a series of videos detailing behind the scenes stories about the making of the landmark LP.
In part 1, the rapper born O’Shea Jackson reveals that he originally wanted Dr. Dre to produce his album, but it was blocked by record label politics. Ice Cube also details how his recording session with Chuck D and Big Daddy Kane for Public Enemy’s “Burn Hollywood Burn” led to his eventual pairing with PE’s production outfit, The Bomb Squad, to craft the album’s sonic landscape. Do you think Amerikkka’s Most Wanted would have been the classic it became, under the stewardship of Dr. Dre?