New music out of Staten Island. This time around, J1GSAW lets out a more personal track dedicated to his late grandmother Bunny Capuano. Starting from wake up, we see how he maneuvers through the day with the thought of a loved one who is no longer with us on his mind. Video above, download link here.
Make sure you grab In The Zone off datpiff and follow @ITZJ1GSAW
Pusha Ton drops visuals for the Don Cannon and Kanye West produced track. With bars like “I might head butt ya….Evelyn” you got to give this song a spin. Pusha’s album “My Name is My Name” drops July 16th. With songs like this we might finally get what we have been waiting for.
Shows like “The Vikings” on History Channel and “Game of Thrones” on HBO are popular right now. Its only right for some movie company to try to build on this growing buzz. People want to see bloody scenes with swords and axes swinging and decapitating people. The movie “Hammer of the Gods Red Band” gives the people everything they want to see. This trailer is definitely not for the squeamish. Enjoy…….
The days of of those blocks jumping around the screen are non-existent and the gamers of today don’t even remember those days. In this trailer for “The Forest”, you crash landed on an island and pretty much have live life like the movie Cast Away which includes gathering supplies and building a camp. Hold up, your not the only thing on the island and you have to protect yourself from it. Video Games are like movies and I like what I see.
I’m about to be late for work smh. Oh well, film soundtracks are actually good again! Django Unchained set the tone with getting artists such as Ross, Lonny Breaux, John Legend and more for their soundtrack; and now the Baz Luhrmann film seems to be following suit. Listen to that new Jay-Z down yonder and take ya girl to see The Great Gatsby May 10. If she try to play you in front of Leonardo DiCaprio though you gotta fire her.
Just woke up, and like usual and grab my 5 to respond to all the people that don’t respect my sleep and tweet a couple lyrics. While on twitter, I peeped a Yeezy tweet and because these come and go I retweet without question.
That’s gotta be an album or a new-born infant. If it’s an album I’m hype because I’m seeing him June 9 and he might do some off the chains shit. If the date means Kim should be pushing an actual human out of that box then shoutout to the two of them.
Her fine ass.
Anyway, I gotta get ready for this mid-shift up Nordstrom. Moving handbags and shit.
I was a fan during The Warm Up, consistent with Friday Night Lights, lost at Cole World: The Sideline Story, flame re-sparked with “Power Trip,” unphased with Truly Yours but now back on the train with the sequel Truly Yours 2.
It’s safe to say that it has been a rocky road having to do with my musical relationship with J. Cole. I remember being the first to put people on to the rapper/producer from North Cackalacky, back when he was making energetic music videos in an alley walking towards the retreating camera. Then his content began to bore me to the point where I would actually pass on new tracks depending on my mood. But now, especially after the Miguel assisted “Power, Trip,” with this Truly Yours 2, I’m back on. Let me review each of the six tracks of the Truly Yours sophomore and provide you with every reason why you’re wild loafing if you haven’t listened four times all the way through yet.
Listen while you read, SoundCloud at the bottom. Make sure you DOWNLOAD too.
As promised, J. Cole gives us the sequel to February’s Truly Yours accompanied with some artists that reside under the Mason-Dixon line (Tity 2 Chainz, Jeezy, figure out the rest). Six tracks. Let that shit play. Download down low, right HERE too.