Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 82 – Hosted By Styles P

Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 82 - Hosted By Styles P



1.Styles P – Coast 2 Coast Freestyle
2.B.O.B. aka Bobby Ray – Put Me On (Reebok)
3.Sha Stimuli – Coast 2 Coast Weekly 26 (The Last Freestyle)
4.Nipsey Hussle – Diamonds
5.Dead Prez Feat. Styles P – Gangsta Gangsta
6.Lil Fats Feat. Miz & Mikey Vegaz – Here We Go Again
7.Grafh – Call Me Up (Prod By Cookin Soul)
8.Freeway – Co-Op Freestyle
9.St. Laz – Coast 2 Coast Weekly 18 (Prod By Casa One)
10.Sic Osyrus – Me No Play (Prod By Drawzilla)
11.Styles P Feat. AP – Super Ghost
12.Digga Feat. Chaundon, Sha Stimuli, Skyzoo & Torae – NY Is #1
13.Sav Killz – God Like Freestyle
14.Eminem – Tim Westwood Freestyle
15.Lada Gaga Feat. AngP – Love Game (Chester French Remix)
16.Sylent – H.E.R. (From The Upcoming “10 Bricks” Album)
17.Absaloot100proof – Can I Live
18.Bagz Feat D Dash – Rider
19.OJ Feat. Torch – We All We Know
20.Pick Mobsta – In The Zone
21.Sonny Black – Night Games
22.Rox – Suceed
23.Viciou$ – Make It Juicy 4 U
24.Travisty – What They Made Me Remix (DJ Gio, Audiotech Records, & Travisty)
25.Styles P – Outro


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Sir Aah “Tax Free Paradise” ft. Royce Da 5’9″, ROE, and Carrlly

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Cosmo “Lights Out”

Cosmo "Lights Out"

Artist: Cosmo
Song Title: Lights Out
Company: Monopoly Music




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Rapper/songwriter, Cosmo, is “it”…

The sultry star, who would give Barbie a run for her money, is new, refreshing, and above all, the hottest female icon to grace the music industry.

Cosmo raps to her own tune of innovative rhythm and flow, using various art mediums as her inspiration. Her sound fits her smoothly like a glove.

Cosmo’s touch is magic. Her design and photo work, sounds, rhythm and beat, all leave you with one impression…”wow!”

While her songs climbed charts around the globe, gaining her critically acclaimed recognition, she connected with Warner Bros. artist-producers, Laze and Royal, with whom she is currently busy in the studio recording her debut album.

Cosmo is ready to set a new wave with her “hip-pop” vibes. With an album and her own makeup and clothing lines in the works, the future seems bright for this young starlet.

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E.X The Pro Hu$tler “New Harlem” ft Ron Browz

E.X The Pro Hu$tler "New Harlem" ft Ron Browz

EX is a talented lyricist who was born and raised in Harlem, New York. His name represents his exacting approach to his craft and extraordinary style, exhibited as he exposes his life through music. While growing up EX listened to artists such as Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder. At age thirteen EX became interested in the hip-hop world. At age fifteen, upon hearing work from artists such as Scarface and Nas, EX experienced the desire to share the feelings that these works gave him with others. While writing rhymes started as a hobby, over time EX became increasingly entrenched in the hip-hop world.

As a teenager, EX spent a substantial amount of time in South Carolina. For EX, experiencing this spiritual and more relaxed environment provided an opportunity to expand both his worldview and musical direction. EX returned to New York with a heightened awareness of the struggles of all men and an increased desire to share his music with listeners throughout the world.

EX loves music, from writing to recording to performing. He is an intelligent songwriter and a passionate artist that embraces his emotions and shares his personal side with his audience. EX possesses a unique aura and brings a substantial amount of charisma to the game. While he has been close to realizing his dreams in the past, he continues to pursue his ambitions. EX is confident that he has the skills and talents necessary to succeed in his ambitions and believes nobody but God can take his music away from him.

EX has worked with artists such as Blackstreet, Bathgate, Posta Boy, Sacario and Jinx Da Juvy and producers including Teddy Riley, Michael Bivins and Jay Brown. He has performed in front of audiences ranging from 500 to 10,000 people, opening for acts such as Dru Hill, KP & Envy and Blackstreet.

While his hunger is a motivating factor, hes confident hell stay on the grind well after success arrives, as he recognizes how easy it is to fall out of the limelight. Through his lyrics, EX paints a clear picture of where he came from, both as an individual and as a product of his environment, and where hes striving to reach. EX believes that the grind hes endured is only a part of Gods plan and with perseverance he will eventually reach his goals.

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NORE “Shoulders Move”-(Remix) ft Nina Sky & Jim Jones

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 79 – Hosted By Spider Loc

Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 79 - Hosted By Spider Loc
Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Vol. 79 - Hosted By Spider Loc

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1.S.P.I. aka Spider Loc – Louie Bag
2.Eminem Feat. Dr. Dre – Old Times Sake
3.Sha Stimuli – Coast 2 Coast Weekly 23
4.DJ Drama Feat. Ludacris, Willie The Kid & Busta Rhymes – We Must Be Heard
5.S.P.I. aka Spider Loc Feat. Kartoon & Turf – We on Top
6.St. Laz – Coast 2 Coast Weekly 16
7.Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek – Back Again
8.Play Feat. Ray-J – Professional
9.Tone Trump – Coast 2 Coast Weekly 9
10.LEGA – Grip On Rap
11.S.P.I aka Spider Loc Feat. Mike Knoxx & Crooked I – Fill Up
12.Jadakiss – Hangover
14.Nikki Lynette – Now That I’m Fine
16.All In – No Pain
17.MaddMann Feat. Ainsley – Come 4 Dem
18.Rox Feat. Ciara – Go Girl (Remix)
19.Born – Corpse In Coffin
20.Stretch Money – I’ll Be Around
21.Jdogg & T-Won – Goose & Hen
22.Johnny V – That Knock
23.Mr. Focus – Where My Hustle
24.Loka – Set the Clock to Stop (prod. by Loka)
25.S.P.I. aka Spider Loc – Outro


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Diddy Speaks At Core Djs Retreat In Atlanta

According to Diddy, yeah. But ummm, he said, there is no more Roc-A-Fella or Ruff Ryders? Didn’t Kiss just drop a successful album on Roc-A-Fella/Ruff Ryders? We fucks with you Diddy, PAUSE, but Day 26? Danity Kane? Although the mainstream accepts them, where is a fresh hiphop album- say, atleast on the level of a Craig Mack or G-Dep album? Mold your artist Diddy, like you did with B.I.G., or Ma$e, bring that to the table cause thats what the game is missing. We’ll see how this Red Cafe thing works out.