New Video – August Alsina – Get Ya Money (ft. Fabolous)

August Alsina has been hot these past couple months.

Enjoy,

Jaboy

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Jaboys Picks of the Week Vol.12

Chinx Drugz – I’m A Coke Boy (REMIX) (ft. Rick Ross French Montana and Puff Daddy)

Fabolouse  – My Time (ft. Jeremih)

Lil Wayne – 6 foot 7 Foot (ft. Cory Gunz)

Jim Jones – 60 Racks (REMIX) (ft. Lil Wayne and T.W.O)

Ludacris – Stand Up

Enjoy,

Jaboy

Pusha-T & Fabolous : The Life Is So Exciting

What up fam.

Sleepy eyed, and a little sore I got up this morning and headed up to campus like I regularly do. But it’s all good today because I went to a DOPE concert last night. I drove up to Minneapolis to see Fabolous & Pusha-T at Epic Nightclub. The venue itself was pretty great, small enough to hear every word, but big enough to get a massive amount of people inside. There were a couple opening acts for them, two were some small local rappers & groups of rappers, but the main opening act was Lil Durk.

Lil Durk is a rapper outside of the SouthSide of Chicago. He’s often associated with Chief Keef’s crew and Lil Reese. The squad that he was with on stage was Massive. They all looked like the guys that Keef had in the original I Don’t Like music video, basically people I wouldn’t want to be caught in a car with if we got pulled over by the cops.

After Durk finished, King Push came out. He was ill, and had great crowd interaction. His set included things from the G.O.O.D. Music Compilation, Fear of God, Fear of God 2, but above all The Wrath of Caine.

When he performed Blocka, the place went nuts.

Finally at about 12:30AM Brooklyn’s Own Fabolous came out. He pretty much performed the entire Soul Tape 2 mixtape from start to finish, and brought Push back on stage to perform The Life Is So Exciting. This is when stuff started to get crazy though, by this point in the night people were pretty liquored up, and a couple fights broke out. Security handled it and we kept rockin’. Fab seemed to perform nearly every verse he had from Holla Back to all of his newer stuff off the Soul Tape 2.

One song I’m kinda disappointed he didn’t perform was So NY. But I suppose in hindsight it’d be kinda weird to perform a song so heavy about New York in a different city.

Concert was crazy, and I’m exhausted.

-Bur

New Juelz Santana!!!!!

Juelz Santana is back!!!! Earlier tonight the legendary Funk Master Flex premiered Soft which has MMG’s Rick Ross and Meek Mill and  New York’s own Fabulous. His new mixtape God Willin  is coming out this Monday and I’m sure it will be fire like this track. 

Soft

Dipset!

Enjoy

Jaboy

A Quick Cross-Section of NY Rap.

Today’s post shows a couple of NY Rapper’s who have solidified themselves as staples for the greatest city in the world. Both come from the city, but come with two completely different flows, crews, and outcomes from their songs.

First of all, we got none other than Killa Cam’ron, hailing from none other than Harlem. The godfather of Dipset, his style has always just been straight up gully and ridiculous. Remember that pink range rover? Of course you do, at this point in his career he’s definitely a veteran; rapping since 1998 (currently 36 years old) he’s got some years in the game, and no doubt some dope songs. But in his song today, he decides to be featured on a Wiz Khalifa track called The Bluff.

Now, don’t get me wrong I’m no hater on Wiz but he seems like a clown in this track and I think that his verses have just grown old to me. Also is it just me, or is it odd to see him walking down Malcolm X Boulevard with his ridiculous Cali style? Cam, comes into the track midway through the song and gives a couple nice bars that save this song for me. It doesn’t have much lyrical content for me, and the beat is just okay.
On the complete opposite spectrum today is none other than Funeral Fab, F.A.B.O.L.O.U.S. Coming out of BedStuy in Brooklyn, starting rapping at about the same time as Killa Cam he made a name for himself speaking mostly about money and NYC. However, he does it in a way that I never get tired of. He’s raw, he’s real, and he doesn’t really follow trends that many rappers do. It also seems like he never leaves the city, hence his decision to call this track SoNY.

This track I’ve been bumping through my headphones since about September when he released it, and I’ve been waiting to check the video for a long time. He in a sense dedicates the video specifically to the citizens of NYC who lived through Sandy and are working to keep NYC the way it is. Sick track.
Be well fam.

Bru