Tag Archive: Rap



New shit from the young Kool Klux Klan member Crashprez. Check out all of the Klan material at http://koolkluxklan.com/artworks-000038864696-lx77vp-t500x500

Finally Famous Vol. 3 (His Mixtape Covers are weak IMO.)

No DJ, New Tracks, And Remastered Ones.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RSFS69K2

The Beginning….

I’m starting a new series of vids called the Rell files. These vids will contain whatever i feel simply put. Here is a good friend of mine Manny B. and my roomate Rob rappin. Manny B. is a Bmore artist and you can follow him on twitter at @mannybdagreat and you can follow me at @BoredONE1xRELL . Enjoy. Also ignore Amistad on the left…..

Young Jeezy

Jeezy’s Back. Merry Trapmas

Young Jeezy-  I Wanna Rock (Big Dog)

http://usershare.net/p9js3qdpgje5

Young Jeezy- Play Ball

http://usershare.net/3zlfvconlsup

Young Jeezy- Say Aah

http://usershare.net/5glw364uolmw

Young Jeezy- Money to Blow

http://usershare.net/qj8k7cuf26hl

*BONUS*

Young Jeezy ft. Lil Wayne- Scared Money

http://usershare.net/dh3i8fsa1lf4

un(U-N-I)formity

U-N-I

While searching for good music to download to expand my iTunes library, I stumbled upon an up and coming hip hop group called U-N-I. Hailing from the streets of LA, this group brings a much needed breath of fresh air to a hip hop community suffocated by the stench of garbage “rappers”. U-N-I is bringing back that old school hip hop, and for those who don’t know, they’re rhyming about subjects other than getting ass, cars, and ballin, in every other song they produce. They aren’t about killing “gangstas”, robbing people, or dealing drugs because they live in the ghetto. And they definitely aren’t doing it to create terrible dances that have somehow captured the minds of today’s youth. No, this duo stays true to hip hop and the essence that so many new artists lack. So before you go and question their credibility as good hip hop artists because of their lack of shooting, killing, dealing, or raping, remember that the roots of hip hop wasn’t all about that. They were once about the freedom of expression, using rhyming as their weapon of choice. So they once again prove that you don’t have to rep a flag to a quickly up-and-coming name in the industry. So without further ado, here are some mixtapes of this duo, and a recent single for your listening pleasure.

Land of the Kings – U-N-I

Official U-N-I Site <—- click to download the mixtapes from their official site!