Posts Tagged ‘Chad Sexington’

Chad Sexington & Purple Tape Pedigree Present – Yacht Rap II: Nighttime Vultures

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013
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First there was Yacht Rap, and it was good. Then there was Low Speed Chase, and that was also good. Now comes the next saga in the continuous rap-adventures of Chad. Still aboard Morgengruss X, adrift somewhere in (warm) parts unknown, Mr. Sexington linked up with Messrs. Grizzly and Note of Purple Tape Pedigree/Fresh Out The Box Radio to compile another set of smoothplayalisticyachtmuzik anthems for your enjoyment. So once again, douse the supermodels in Dom Pérignon’52 until their sarongs are see-through and enjoy.
 
Tracklist:
 
Phil & Sonny & Ricardo & Caroline – Intro
Curren$y – Biscayne Bay (Prod. Harry Fraud)
Fiend – Champagne (Feat. Curren$y)
Max B – We Be On Our Shit (Feat. Jim Jones)
G-Side – The Groove (Feat. PH, Prod. The Block Beattaz)
Killa Kyleon – Swang Wide (Feat. Z-Ro, Chamillionaire)
Gunplay – Get Like Me (Feat. Peryon)
Giulio 4 – Wavey (Feat. Ya Boy Chad)
Dennis the Menace – Popn Mo (Prod. The Block Beattaz)
P-Lo – Want It All (Feat. Scooter)
Willie Howard – Bermuda (Prod. Ski Beatz)
GMane – Hustler’s Paradise
Roc Marciano – The Man
Willie the Kid – Aviation
Raekwon – 86 Remix (Feat. AZ)
Mobb Deep – It’s Mine (Feat. Nas)
 

 

Chad Sexington Presents: Low Speed Chase

Friday, March 1st, 2013
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It’s been a while since I’ve spoken to my old buddy Chad. Last I heard he was sailing his 100-footer catamaran Morgengruss X around the South Pacific while teleconferencing TED Talks about possible cultivation of hemp and Multipulciano grapes on the dark side of the moon. Then suddenly one day with no warning and envelope was delivered to my door. Its contents were the polaroid you see above and this collection of instrumentals. I don’t know what he had in mind exactly, maybe it was meant as a sequel to his original Yacht Rap compilation. Just hit play and imagine the breeze blowing through your hair as the sun sets over the ocean and supermodels douse each other in Dom Pérignon’52 just to make you laugh. It’s music for helping you think warm thoughts.
 

DOWNLOAD: Chad Sexington Presents: Low Speed Chase