New Music: Joe Budden – “Alive”

After dropping “I Might Need More Than 16 Tho” just two days ago, Joe Budden returns with an offering from his forthcoming Some Love Lost EP. “Alive” is a surprisingly emotional track, finding Budden spitting cathartic bars over a skittering instrumental with a swelling string section. Listen after the jump.

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After dropping “I Might Need More Than 16 Tho” just two days ago, Joe Budden returns with an offering from his forthcoming Some Love Lost EP. “Alive” is a surprisingly emotional track, finding Budden spitting cathartic bars over a skittering instrumental with a swelling string section. Listen after the jump.

Emillio Rojas talks failed Rick Ross/MMG deal, Chris Lighty’s death & battling ‘Latin Rapper’ stereotypes

Emilio Rojas breaks down the details of the once offered Maybach Music Group Deal, which despite text confirmation from Rick Ross, did not pan out as planned. During our interview, Emilio reveals: “I got a text from him (Ross) and he… Continue Reading

Emilio Rojas breaks down the details of the once offered Maybach Music Group Deal, which despite text confirmation from Rick Ross, did not pan out as planned. During our interview, Emilio reveals: “I got a text from him (Ross) and he… Continue Reading

Because It’s Thursday: Watch Joe Budden Bomb Our Hip-Hop Trivia Game

Back in 2008, when our graphics were subpar, our video equipment was far from HD and Dawn Dotta was still with us—may she rest in peace—we got the chance to chop it up with Joe Budden at the Good*Fella Radio… Continue Reading

Back in 2008, when our graphics were subpar, our video equipment was far from HD and Dawn Dotta was still with us—may she rest in peace—we got the chance to chop it up with Joe Budden at the Good*Fella Radio… Continue Reading

AWAR – The Catch Up

AWAR has been setting recording booths on fire, especially with his most recent work, The Winning Team, his collaborative album with producer Vanderslice. Whether killing verses alongside Freddie Gibbs or Roc Marciano or holding it down solo on tracks like “Orange Boxcutter,” AWAR continued to cement his place in the game as a real lyricist. In our latest episode of The Catch Up, AWAR takes us through some of his most recent cuts, as well as songs from his catalogue that helped get him to where he is now. Packed with insightful stories about his journey as an MC, how […]

AWAR has been setting recording booths on fire, especially with his most recent work, The Winning Team, his collaborative album with producer Vanderslice. Whether killing verses alongside Freddie Gibbs or Roc Marciano or holding it down solo on tracks like “Orange Boxcutter,” AWAR continued to cement his place in the game as a real lyricist. In our latest episode of The Catch Up, AWAR takes us through some of his most recent cuts, as well as songs from his catalogue that helped get him to where he is now. Packed with insightful stories about his journey as an MC, how certain songs came together, and stories behind his rhymes, this episode of The Catch Up will only make you more of a fan of the one and only AWAR.

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Tracklisting:

1. AWAR feat. Freddie Gibbs – Wake Up Call (Produced by Vanderslice)
2. AWAR feat. Roc Marciano – Broad Daylight (Produced by Vanderslice)
3. AWAR feat. Joe Budden – Stand Out (Prod. M-Phazes)

4. AWAR feat. Troy Ave – Cadillac Grills (Prod. Vanderslice)
5. Vanderslice feat. Evidence & AWAR – Everything’s Awesome
6. AWAR – Strictly Bu$ine$$ (Prod. Alchemist)
7. AWAR – Keep Risin’ (Prod. Nottz)
8. AWAR – Elephant Gun (Prod. Jake One)
9. AWAR – Soul Caliber (Prod. M-Phazes)
10. AWAR – Orange Boxcutter (Prod. Vanderslice)

Emilio Rojas & Kymmi Cee Almost Relived The Charlamagne/Fredro Fight After A Heated Debate

We had Emilio Rojas stop by the studio the other day to talk about what he’s been up to recently. On his latest mixtape ZeroFucksGiven, Emilio dialed up the one and only Joe Budden for a track titled “Bitch is… Continue Reading

We had Emilio Rojas stop by the studio the other day to talk about what he’s been up to recently. On his latest mixtape ZeroFucksGiven, Emilio dialed up the one and only Joe Budden for a track titled “Bitch is… Continue Reading

Emilio Rojas & Kymmi Cee Almost Relived The Charlamagne/Fredro Fight After A Heated Debate

We had Emilio Rojas stop by the studio the other day to talk about what he’s been up to recently. On his latest mixtape ZeroFucksGiven, Emilio dialed up the one and only Joe Budden for a track titled “Bitch is… Continue Reading

We had Emilio Rojas stop by the studio the other day to talk about what he’s been up to recently. On his latest mixtape ZeroFucksGiven, Emilio dialed up the one and only Joe Budden for a track titled “Bitch is… Continue Reading

730 Presents The Freshness Volume 4

Just in time for the weekend is another episode of the 730 and ProfileWild Freshness mixtape/podcast. Featuring all the latest heat that we’ve been bumping. Remember, no payola, no favors, just freshness. Playlist: Canibus – Interfreeverse (Prod. by Domingo) Cormega feat. Masta Ace, Craig G, and Kool G. Rap – Industry (Remix) Raekwon – Flawless Killah Priest – Body of Light M.O.P – 187 G-Unit – Come Up Ransom feat. Joe Budden – Vietnam Your Old Droog feat. RAST – No Message Saigon feat. Papoose and Omar Epps – Sinner’s Prayer Harlem’s Cash – I Really Mean It Slide Dillinger […]

Just in time for the weekend is another episode of the 730 and ProfileWild Freshness mixtape/podcast. Featuring all the latest heat that we’ve been bumping. Remember, no payola, no favors, just freshness.

Playlist:

Canibus – Interfreeverse (Prod. by Domingo)
Cormega feat. Masta Ace, Craig G, and Kool G. Rap – Industry (Remix)
Raekwon – Flawless

Killah Priest – Body of Light
M.O.P – 187
G-Unit – Come Up
Ransom feat. Joe Budden – Vietnam
Your Old Droog feat. RAST – No Message
Saigon feat. Papoose and Omar Epps – Sinner’s Prayer
Harlem’s Cash – I Really Mean It
Slide Dillinger feat. Cam’ron – I Swear
Statik Selektah feat. Ab-Soul, Jon Connor, Logic, and Francesca – Alarm Clock
Wara from the NBHD feat. Grandemarshall – Raw
K-Sise – Summer Thunder (Prod. by 730)
Remy Banks – Confessions of Cool