Filed under: Juice Crew All-Stars,Large Pro For Prez,Rap Veterans,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Bonus points for the Le Coq Sportif reference, although Marciano apparently wasn’t able to make it to the video shoot on some ol’ LL-missing-the-”Rampage”-clip type shit. Taken from the Thirty Eight LP.
For the next 48 hours, all black Conservative Rap Coalition tees and crewneck sweaters size M to 2XL are on sale for $30 and $60 respectively, including shipping and a copy of Counterstrike 2 on CD. Other colors will be arriving soon for those of you currently waiting on orders.
This is the second video from the free Counterstrike 2: A Decade of Unkut project, featuring Him-Lo Da Inapproriate stomping through Philly, as shot and directed by CRC VP richdirection for aunqueting media. Look out for Him-Lo’s Complimentary Snacks tape, dropping here in the near future.
Cole James Cash drops the second track from his album dedicated to the gals of pr0n who live extra large. Let’s hope that he at least gets broken off a little something something by one of them for all his hard work.
“This is the second single from the album BBW A Pornographic Opera I chose a song about Sofia Rose because that Teena Marie sample was so fitting. Not to mention shes a serious talker in her scenes. You not hip hop if you aint never jerked off to a scene of a woman beggin for cum on her face dunny”
Class is in session. All hail the King.
Produced by Chopz Da Beatz. Taken from the forthcoming Hardcore Righteousness project, featuring all Bronx-based producers and features.
DJ Doo Wop is back on his mixtape shit.
It was all good just a year ago…
Resident Brisbane serial pest DJ Sheep unleashed his extensive crates of RAER’s for some cold weather music.
It goes without saying that the first three Compton’s Most Wanted albums are an essential part of any Conservative Rap Coalition members collection, but just in case you’ve neglected MC Eiht‘s extensive feature work and b-sides, I’ve assembled a collection of eighteen more pieces of Eiht hype that will please the ears of East-Coast Elitist’s everywhere.
Big Twins Gambino gets his Google on while discussing the ups and downs of the Mobb Deep and Infamous Mobb fall-outs. Produced by Tony AG.
Cole James Cash sez:
“This is the first single off of my porno concept album BBW A Pornographic Opera. All my favorite chubby pornstars gonna get their own song, the thing is about karla lane is that she looks almost identical to the mother of my child. My baby mama cant stand me. All I can do these days is jerk off and cry when I see her.”
I’ll be checking for this on the strength of new Black Rob and Grand Daddy IU features…
The good folks at PBS-FM in Melbourne gave me a Saturday night graveyard shift to spread the CRC gospel. You can hear the results below:
With their loyalty to Ballentine 40 Oz and Polo rugbys, Da Buze Brovaz are certified CRC representatives. Here’s a new Clever One solo for all you fans of man-style drinking and the after-effects of an evening on that hard liquor.
“Tag Team Taktikz” video:
Following the well received Breaking Atoms album, which introduced the world to the talents of Large Professor, Sir Scratch and K-Kut, as well as early cameos from Akinyele and Nasty Nas, Main Source contributed the addictive “Fakin’ The Funk” to the White Men Can’t Jump soundtrack and declared “Main Source forever, yo!” on their feature with the Brand New Heavies.
The second album, The Science, had several completed tracks and demos in the can when it was previewed by The Source magazine, until Large Pro decided that working with a group that was managed by the other two member’s mom made as much sense as Shaquille O’Neil rapping and broke north. The McKenzie brothers would eventually recruit Queens street battle legend Mikey D to take over vocal duties, and even re-recorded “Hellavision” for the doomed Fuck What U Think album, leaving fans to forever speculate on what might have been if Paul Juice had stuck around.
Thanks to a handful of limited-edition 7″ pressings, Japanese re-issues, record label compilations and bootlegs, I’ve been able to assemble eight cuts that represent the sound of Main Source’s lost sophomore project.
Rap Game Superfriends (if you ignore Mad Skillz’ old crew), from last year’s BQE LP.
Still waiting for the final edit of the 45 King Boiler Room session since I missed the live broadcast.
“You known for the horns, man!”
“We don’t wanna hear strings from the 45 King!”