SupremeSteezo is proud to announce that the team is now making the move over to the blogging big leagues and subsequently dropping the blogspot tag. With this change you can expect the same type of content including Eli's witty commentary and Willy's bootlegging ways, but we also plan to have even more music exclusives as well as some more diverse content such as sports, art, fashion, etc.
We tried to go incognito with the title, but I'm sure you know which album this is. I've heard most of the songs and am about to give the rest a listen, but I must say this cd definitely surprised me. Everything I have heard is fire, and the Justice League beats are amazing. $100 bucks says this cd is better than Curtis', Before I Self Destruct. Any takers?
1. Mafia Music 2. Maybach Music 2 (Feat. T-Pain, Lil Wayne And Kanye West) 3. Magnificent (Feat. John Legend) 4. Yacht Club (Feat. Magazeen) 5. Usual Suspects (Feat. Nas) 6. All I Really Want (Feat. The-Dream) 7. Rich Off Cocaine 8. Lay Back (Feat. Robin Thicke) 9. Murda Mami (Feat. Foxy Brown) 10. Gunplay (Feat. Gunplay) 11. Bossy Lady (Feat. Ne-Yo) 12. Face (Feat. Trina) 13. Valley Of Death 14. In Cold Blood
As a prelude to Eminem's 1st album in 4 years, "Relapse", Shadyville DJ Mr. Peter Parker has compiled a collection of Em's early material. Somewhere between 1996 and 1999, after his failed album Infinite ('95) and hitting rock bottom personally, Eminem developed his Slim Shady alias as an alter ego. These new songs recorded as "Shady" are the ones that began to get him national underground attention that would eventually lead to his signing with Dr. Dre and Aftermath records. These are all the original Slim Shady freestyles and demo songs from that era. Brought to you exclusively by Thisis50.com, this is the E-tox, a prelude to Relapse.
I must apologize for the lack of posts lately, but I am happy to say during my time away I have got some good work done on our fully pro-fess-ional site, SupremeSteezo.com! We will keep you updated on our progress but expect a move over to the new address some time soon. For now enjoy some video of Joe Budden on stage with The Roots Band.
This game isn't out yet, but when it does come out, I am copping that shit. Good thing I still live with my mommy who owns an obnoxiously huge television. I used to be good at art, but I'm pretty sure my painting on WiiSpray will be reduced to stick-men and women with massively overproportioned tits and dicks. Even comes with a replica Montana can remote. Thanks to RapRadar for the video.
The release of this album is fast approaching meaning I will have to let up on all my Asher posts (good news for some I am sure), but before the big 4/20 drop, here is one more track leak featuring none other than the legendary Busta Bust. Check it out, and grab the album... it is sounding like a real modern classic.
If you didn't see last night's episode of South Park, then click the link below and check it out. They ripped Kanye pretty hard, and the autotune song at the end is hilarious! Check 2Dopeboyz.com for Kanye's written response, he takes it surprising well...
I was getting my hair did the other day, and one of the barbers was talking about how he only listens to Messy Marv and Hussalah (this is what I get for living in Sacramento). So I busted out the G1 on his ass and threw this little diddy on. It was like a puppy opening its eyes for the first time. I told him that Redman sons most rappers and is like the original Ludacris (but better). An argument ensued and I realized his favorite rapper is Messy Marv so the argument ended. On that note, the video to Meth/Red's "AYO" off Blackout2! is here. I am a klepto who visits OnSmash frequently.
Finally, SupremeSteezo brings you the much hyped and long awaited mixtape from Chester French and Clinton Sparks before it hits anywhere else on internets! Like I said about two posts down, I have really been enjoying these guys' music lately and just by taking one look at the unbelievable features including the likes of Jermaine Dupri, Diddy, Pharrell, Pusha T, Talib Kweli, Bun-B, The Mad Rapper, N.O.R.E, Jadakiss, Wale, and Mickey Factz, I am sure this won't disappoint... now get familiar!