Nas – Soundtrack to the Streets DOWNLOAD Link – http://www.wupload.com/file/62244271
Thanks to Leary, I have the brand new Nas mixtape titled “Soundtrack to the Streets” which is available through Hip-Hop Kings as a free download. The Nas mixtape features tracks that are leaked, from the “I Am Sessions” and others that were released through the Internet. The likes of Dr. Dre, AZ, and Lauryn Hill feature on the seventeen track project which you can download from the link above. You can view the artwork and tracklisting for Nas – Soundtrack to the Streets here.
01. My Will (Intro) – Internet leak
02. Soundtrack To The Streets – From Kid Capri’s compilation album, Soundtrack To The Street
03. Snitch Alibi (Prod. Boola) – Internet leak
04. In Too Deep – From In Too Deep: The Soundtrack
05. Triple Threat feat. Nature & Noriega – Unreleased track
06. Death Anniversary – Unreleased track: I Am… sessions
07. Gangsta Tears – Unreleased track: I Am… sessions
08. Everyday Thang feat. Nature & Dr. Dre – Unreleased track
09. Talk Of New York – Unreleased track
10. Esco Let’s Go – Unreleased track: Untitled (N.I.G.G.E.R.) sessions
11. Like Me – Unreleased track
12. Victory feat. John Legend – From DJ Khaled’s compilation album, Victory
13. Never Gonna Give Up – Unreleased track
14. Time feat. AZ & Nature – Unreleased track
15. High – Unreleased track: Hip-Hop Is Dead sessions
16. It Wasn’t You feat. Lauryn Hill – Unreleased track
17. Day Dreamin’, Stay Schemin’ (Outro) – Unreleased track: I Am… sessions
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To celebrate the success of his latest album “The Doggumentary”, the global icon that is Snoop Dogg will be returning to the U.K for a four-day / four-event tour starting in Liverpool, and through London and Cardiff and finishing in Glasgow. Snoop Dogg has also announced that special guests will be joining him for the tour, and it’s anticipated he’ll be performing songs from the new album, right the way back to The Doggstyle. Tickets can be purchased at the links listed above, and you can also download Snoop Dogg‘s “Doggumentary” from the link listed above.
I’m very pleased to be sharing information with Hip-Hop Kings readers in regards to the forthcoming “Noiya Jam 2011″ competition which is presented by Noiya Clothing. The annual event is a rollerblade jam which this year is held at “The House Skatepark” in Sheffield. Last year Alex Burston won with £300 cash with the runner-up and third place leaving with £150 and £75 respectively. Please click the link above to visit the Noiya Clothing official website, however you can watch the promotional video for the 2011 Noiya Jam below.
Following the seemingly worldwide news that Hip-Hop Kings is credited for presenting leaked Eminem tracks, I do have a brand new track from Eminem ft Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf called “2.0 Boys”. The likes of Royce Da 5’9, Joe Budden, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz have teamed up with XXL Freshmen Yelawolf who was also signed to Shady Records, and collaborate with a reformed Eminem for the new single “2.0 Boys”. In related news Joell Ortiz will be performing in London and Manchester (10th / 9th March) and Hip-Hop Kings will be covering the event so watch out for news on that. You can listen to Eminem ft Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf – 2.0 Boys on the audio player below.
The Hip-Hop world knows that Slaughterhouse (Joe Budden, Royce Da 5’9, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz) have signed with Aftermath / Shady Records in one of the most exciting deals in recent history. Quoted from Joe Budden himself, “the deal took a little over a year” and the four members of Slaughterhouse have the same common goals as Eminem for 2011. Slaughterhouse have three separate managers which is the likely reason the deal took so long, however each artist to speak on the deal is putting a positive spin on the situation, stating it’s the “label we wanted to be with back in 2008″. Be on the look-out for some Slaughterhouse leaks in the forthcoming months, along with a new album to be released in 2011. You can buy Slaughterhouse’s début album “Slaughterhouse” on the Amazon link below, and you can also view the other Hip-Hop Album Releases 2011 on the link below.
(Hip-Hop Release Dates 2011 Link)