Posts Tagged ‘JIm Jones’

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)
 

 

Jim Jones, Meek Mill & Fred Da Godson “I’ll Be Back”

Thursday, November 10th, 2011
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I feel a moral obligation to let you all know that Jim Jone’s Vampire Life is absolutely stunning. Gay jerks who claim that Jim is anything other than an awesome rapper are the same geeks who used to smirk at Tony Yayo. The guy just makes great jamz. Pray IV Reign is pretty much a classic in my book, and Jimmy has done nothing but win since. His choices in production have been absolutely inspired. The addition of “Rrrrr” to his immense armory of adlibs has been a coup, making Capo the most underrated album by an established rapper of ’11 thus far. Imagining Max B crooning the choruses on Vampire Life makes my soul cry.

“I’ll Be BacK” isn’t the best example of Vamp Life’s sound, but Meek rips shit and this marks the first time I have ever listened to Fred Da Godson. Dude is disgusting looking, but his verse is cool.