RealHipHopDaily.com got a chance to catch up with Mr. East New York, Uncle Murda. He gave us an update on his new mixtape One Man NWA -- Warning which will be dropping very soon. He let us know which producers and artists will be featured on the project. He also gave his thoughts on Max-B's situation, the artists he is feeling in New York, his relationship with Jay-Z & more.
After hearing the first leaks off this project I couldn't wait to hear it in its entirety. It was definitely worth the wait!
Download: Asher Roth – Pabst & Jazz
Here we go! One of my favorite joints of 1999. If you don't have that song in your record collection, you can find it right here.
Download: Tank - Diary Of A Mad Man
R&B heavyweight Tank has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest digital release, the Diary of a Mad Man mixtape. The project features 10 brand new records from the Atlantic Records singer/songwriter, including the previously-leaked, reader-approved title track. Joining Tank on the guest tip throughout Diary of a Mad Man are Slim Thug, Ace Hood, Kevin McCall, J-Doe, Bayley and Luke James. In addition to production by the artist himself, the project features boardwork by Tim Bullock, The Composer and Roy Hamilton.
01. Diary of a Mad Man [prod. The Composer, written by Tank]
02. Underrated [prod./written by Tank]
03. Stars Girl (ft. Kevin McCall) [prod. Tim Bullock, written by Tank and Kevin McCall]
04. Money on the Floor (ft. Kevin McCall, Slim Thug & Ace Hood) [prod. Kevin McCall, written by Tank, Kevin McCall, Slim Thug, Ace Hood]
05. Dead Man Walking [prod. Tank, written by Tank, Playboi & Christian “Styles” Dudley]
06. Take You Outta Here (ft. J-Doe) [prod. The Composer, written by Kris Stephens, Naz, Kayla, & The Composer]
07. Don’t Be Mad at Me (ft. Bayley) [prod. Tank, written by Tank Bayley, J. Valentine, Bob Newt & Jerry Franklin]
08. Tip Yo Cup [prod. Tank, written by J. Valentine, Steve Russell & Robert “EST” Waller]
09. I Be on One (ft Luke James) [prod. Roy Hamilton, written by Robert “EST” Waller & Luke James]
10. Get Back [prod. Tank, written by Kris Stephens]
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