Posts Tagged ‘Lil B’
We attended the screening of 9th Wonder’s film “The Wonder Year” presented by LRG this past week at Columbia College. 9th Wonders speaks on the release of highly anticipated album The Wonder Years and working with Lil B The Base God.
The Wonder Years in Stores Now.
Lil B drops new material for his loyal fans. Tracklist and download link after the jump…
Gotta support the young artists and Lil B has been having a nice buzz lately, he was even featured on TMZ along with his infamous cooking dance.
“Last time I checked the Bay still goes dumb.” So says Roach Gigz at the beginning of “Stupid,” the latest, and final, single, to drop before the July 20th release date for Roach’s latest effort, Bitch, I’m A Player. And then, over the next three minutes Roach, along with Husalah…Read More
Above is the artwork for Weezy’s mixtape Sorry 4 The Wait that’s rumored to be dropping anytime soon, below is Weezy doing his thing on another hot beat. I’ll admit I can’t wait to hear this mixtape.
Download: Lil Wayne – Racks on Racks
This is trending massively on Twitter as I…Read More
I know the title has created controversy in the Hip Hop world, but I seriously recommend you give the kid a chance and support his work by buying a copy on iTunes. For those that can’t afford $10, Lil B is generous enough to give a copy for free.
Tracklist after the jump…
So Lil B has been criticized for his album title for his highly anticipated album I’m Gay. The album artwork is designed by Uncle Grumpy and it’s inspired by Marvin Gaye’s 1976 I Want You’ album artwork which was desgined by the late Ernie Barnes. My opinion is, keep it…Read More
Based God Drops First Video Of his latest mixtape
HOT 97 Presents The Official XXL 2011 Freshman Live Concert
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XXL’s 2011 Freshman Class: The Mixtape features brand new music from Kendrick Lamar, Yelawolf, Lil B, Meek Mill, Mac Miller, Lil Twist, Fred the Godson, YG, Cyhi the Prynce and Big K.R.I.T. as well as some welcomed, surprise collaborations. —XXL Staff