Daily Archives: July 18, 2011

Jay-Z & Kanye West-Watch The Throne (Tracklisting and Production Credits)

1. No Church In The Wild f. Frank Ocean (prod. Kanye West, Mike Dean & Ken Lewis)
2. Lift Off f. Beyoncé (prod. Kanye West, Mike Dean, Jeff Bhasker, Q-Tip & Don Jazzy; Additional Vocals by Seal, Mr Hudson, Don Jazzy, Bankulli & Ricardo Louis)
3. Ni**as In Paris (prod. Hit-Boy)
4. Otis f. Otis Redding (prod. Kanye West)
5. Gotta Have It (prod. The Neptunes)
6. New Day (prod. The RZA)
7. That’s My Bi**h (prod. Q-Tip & Kanye West)
8. Who Gon’ Stop Me (prod. Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph & Kanye West)
9. Murder To Excellence (prod. Swizz Beatz & Symbolyc One)
10. Welcome To The Jungle (prod. Swizz Beatz)
11. Made In America f. Frank Ocean (prod. Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph)
12. Why I Love You f. Mr Hudson (prod. Mike Dean & Kanye West)
13. Illest Motherf*cker Alive (prod. Southside & Kanye West) *
14. H*A*M (prod. Lex Luger & Kanye West) *
15. Primetime (prod. No I.D.) *
16. The Joy f. Curtis Mayfield (prod. Pete Rock & Kanye West) *
* – Bonus Tracks

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Paul White-Trust feat Guilty Simpson (Video)

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London rapper Paul White has a video for his single “Trust” that you could download last week. You can buy his first full-length Rapping With Paul White from his Bandcamp page.

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A3C Announces Second Round Of Artists, Including 9th Wonder’s JAMLA Lineup, MURS, eLZhi, Tabi Bonney, ski beatz, Moe Green, SL Jones, and International Showcase

(Brooklyn, NY– July 18, 2011) The annual A3C Hip Hop Festival in Atlanta announces a second round of incredible artists and showcases to happen October 6-8, 2011 at The Masquerade.

Additional artists confirmed to perform at the 2011 festival include MURS, XV, Elzhi (of Slum Village), Jon Connor, Young Scolla, Tabi Bonney, ski beatz, Soul Khan, Jarren Benton and Chancellor Warhol.

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Bambu-Fish

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Bambu raps about imperialism and Filpino culture against a background story of how fish gets to his dinner table. “Fish” was originally released by Bambu in conjunction with Frank 151’s Chapter 45 publication on the Philippines.

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