Archive for February 5, 2015

Two-9 ft. Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign – Full House

Posted in 1 on February 5, 2015 by bobbybounce

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The Two-9 movement keeps moving with the release of the Wiz and Ty Dolla assisted “Full House”, produced by Metro Boomin. Jace and Ceej of Retro Su$h! hold it down for the hometeam. Off the B4FRVR mixtape, due out next week.


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Boaz – Message To My Trappers

Posted in 1 on February 5, 2015 by bobbybounce

Boaz has a message for the young trappers: ya’ll are doing it all wrong. Boaz did that, so hopefully ya’ll wouldn’t have to go through that.

“Intuition” is OUT NOW!

Follow Boaz online:
boazofficial.com

I Miss My Ninja – Mitchy Slick (The Jacka Tribute) (Prod. by The World’s Freshest)

Posted in 1 on February 5, 2015 by bobbybounce

Mitchy Slick’s tribute to fallen comrade The Jacka. Rest in Peace.

Millyz ft. Dave East – Roll The Dice

Posted in 1 on February 5, 2015 by bobbybounce

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Harlem’s Dave East joins his man Millyz on a new joint called “Roll The Dice”. That’s a classic A Bronx Tale sample at the beginning too.

The Jacka Shot & Killed in Oakland

Posted in 1 on February 5, 2015 by bobbybounce

5567080_origRest in peace, homie.   Bay Area rapper The Jacka, real name Dominic Newton, was gunned down in East Oakland sometime last night.  The rapper, whose music was influential in the West Coast rap scene spanning more than two decades, was found with a fatal gunshot wound to the head at 94th Ave. and MacArthur Blvd. at 8:15 p.m., KPIX reported. Police have no suspects at this time. Newton, originally from Pittsburgh, made his debut in 1999 as part of the group Mob Figaz.  Their album C-Bo’s Mob Figaz made it to No. 63 on Billboard’s Hip Hop chart. The Jacka, who was heralded in the rap world for his skills as a writer, and who was also well known for being Muslim, released another album, What Happened to the World last year.  The year prior, in 2013, he dropped another project with Freeway, Write My Wrongs, which was one of the most underrated projects of the year, put together by two of hip hop’s arguably most underrated emcees, as a prequel to their collaborative album Highway Robbery, which was held up for quite some time by legal and logistical issues, but finally dropped in late 2014, garnering nothing but rave reviews. An outpouring of grief began on social media last night, with everyone from Wu-Tang’s Raekwon to Portland Trailblazers point guard Damian Lillard expressing their condolences to the fallen rapper, with Lillard tweeting ““R.I.P to “The Jacka” … Oakland Rap Legend ! Life was taken tonight IN OAKLAND. Got to do better toward our own man.” Indeed, we do.  Rest in peace.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by his loss.