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New Music: DMP - "Angry Birds" (Produced by Nottz)


Angry Bird

Everybody knows that Angry Birds is the crack cocaine of video games, but you don't want to mess with an angry chick. On this Nottz-produced banger, the Virginia-based group D.M.P. (Durte Muzik Prahdukshun) talk about their encounters with out-of-control women (aka birds).

Props to super-producer Nottz for sampling the theme song and the angry bird sounds from the popular video game.


DMP -- "Angry Birds" (Produced by Nottz)

spotted: FWMJ's PIK

New Music: Jay Electronica - "Call of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)" [F/ Mobb Deep]


Call of Duty


Atten-shun! Rapper Jay Electronica is back with a new song that has been long overdue. The Roc Nation artist enlist New York vets Mobb Deep to join him on the military-inspired joint “Call of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)."

I was really impressed by Prodigy's verses on the track. Of course, Jay Elect comes through with some catchy wordplays. My favorite: “Niggas call my album Detox / 'Cause they know I’m finna bring the next Chronic."

Hopefully, Jay's debut album won't languish in release-date hell like Dr. Dre's Detox album.

Jay Elect also dedicated the track to Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs and his native hometown of New Orleans. All and all, this is a dope track.


Jay Electronica -- "Call of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)" [Featuring Mobb Deep]


New Video: J.Cole Performs "Lost Ones" On Hip-Hop Nation


J. Cole



North Calackie rhyme-spitter J. Cole performs one of the standout tracks from his recent No. 1 album Cole World: the Sideline Story. The enlightening song "Lost Ones" focuses on the conflicting issues of teen pregnancy and abortion. Hollywood Cole raps in the voices of an unmarried couple dealing with an unplanned pregnancy. In the first verse, Cole raps from a man's perspective and on the second verse, he rhymes from the woman's viewpoint.

We need more rappers rapping like this.

New Music: Pac Div - "The Greatness" (Produced by No I.D.)


Pac Div


Rap fans have been waiting patiently for Pac Div to drop their full-length studio album Grown Kid Syndrome but it looks like that's not going to happened this year. Instead, the California trio released this soulful No I.D.-produced gem called "The Greatness." The song is from the group's upcoming EP titled The DiV, which hits iTunes on Nov. 8. It sounds unfinished and unmastered, but it's a top song nonetheless. Take a listen:



Via: PacDivDaily