Curren$y and Harry Fraud are back with the second set of visuals off of their joint EP, entitled Cigarette Boats, and can be seen here. This song features rap game veteran Styles P and shows the gang out on the town for the night. Picking up where they left off from “Leaving The Dock.”
Curren$y and Harry Fraud have linked up for a brand new EP, entitled Cigarette Boats, and can be downloaded for free.
UTG cannot believe that Spitta is releasing even more material after the release of his debut, The Stoned Immaculate. Look out for appearances from Styles P and Smoke DZA on this one.
Please head over to Mediafire to download Cigarette Boats EP and comment with your thoughts on this fresh project from Curren$y.
01. Curren$y – Leaving The Dock [Prod. By Harry Fraud]
02. Curren$y – WOH (Feat. Styles P) [Prod. By Harry Fraud]
03. Curren$y …
Jadakiss dropped his new joint “Paper Tags,” that features special appearances from Wale, French Montana and Styles P.
This song is off of Jada’s upcoming mixtape, The Consignment, which is being hosted by DJ Drama. You can expect UTG to be all over this release when it hits the streets this Friday (April 27). We can surely expect more hit beats from this tape soon if Drama’s behind the project.
Stay ahead of the game and stream/download this latest ground-shaker from Jadakiss and let UTG know if you are feeling it!
Hot 97’s own DJ Kay Slay premiered N.O.R.E.’s latest joint “Google That” and can be heard right here on Under The Gun Review.
This track features rap heavy-weights Styles P and Wu-Tang’s Raekwon so please take it for a couple spins and enjoy! No word yet where this will end up but we will keep you updated on the latest happenings of N.O.R.E.
Click through the jump to listen to this awesome radio rip of “Google That” and prepare to have your mind blown. These guys all go extremely hard.
Today is a great day on Under The Gun, a ton of huge features and quality news posts up and running. Along with this batch of awesome, rappers Curren$y and Styles P have dropped their brand new #The1st28 mixtape and it is a guaranteed win!
Both of these seasoned stars put down their best efforts on five tracks and UTG recommends you download right now.
Click through the jump to stream/download and please comment with your thoughts on Curren$y and Styles P’s latest project!
MMG founder Rick Ross has finally dropped his highly-anticipated mixtape, Rich Forever, and UTG has the link for you here! This tape includes appearances from John Legend, Nas, Styles P, Pharell, Stalley, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Drake and many more. We know this release will go harder than any other Rozay project, based on the artists contributing alone.
Click through the jump to view the official track-listing and please let UTG know what you think of his new outing.
Download Rich Forever by heading right here!
2011 has been a big year for hip hop, but it seems the best is still yet to come.
As you’ve probably noticed, UTG has been packed with great new hip hop over the last few weeks and we’re bet you’re starting to wonder when it’s all coming out. To help enlighten readers (and hopefully help artists move a few more units), we compiled a list of big release dates for reference.
Check out the list after the jump and stay tuned for more exclusive streams, downloads, and album details in the coming weeks.
Watch rap legend Pharoahe Monch strut his stuff in his new music video for the single, “Black Hand Side,” featuring appearances from Styles P and Phonte right here. What do you think of Monch’s latest material?
Courtesy of 2DopeBoyz:
Styles P sits down and talks with Mr. Peter Parker about hip hop, The Lox and new projects coming out soon. Mr. Peter Parker Presents How Hard Do You Hustle? Volume Eleven This Is Why They Call Me The Ghost: The Very Best Of Styles P drops 1/29/10.
All I can say, if this story is true, is FINALLY! It is about time the RIAA starts sticking it to these mixtape DJs instead of the small time people who are using P2P to steal music. A ka-jillion and more mixtapes are released each day by mixtape DJs–all of which containing unpaid royalty used music. So many remixes and remakes of songs or even original songs are featured on mixtapes and not a cent is paid to royalty fees to the original artists. How have they gotten away with this so far? Easily. By selling the album art work …