Sunday, July 21, 2019

BIGG Official Video by Metric Ton @metricton56 Feat/Prod Soulja T

Check out the full video of "Bigg" By Metricton feat his super producer Soulja T. This is the single on his new Mixtape "Strictly for the streets" Vol. 2 Relentless. His single is available on all digital platforms Follow him at instagram - @metricton


ATLTOP20 Presents: Catalog Wars | T.I. via @ATLTop20

ATLTOP20 Presents: Catalog Wars 
At ATLTOP20, we will always pay homage to the legends that came before us. In an effort to further that agenda we came up with ATLTOP20 PRESENTS: CATALOG WARS. We will provide 20 songs from some of the biggest artists in urban music. This is not a typical 'greatest hits' collage; we compiled the songs that created and marked moments in time and the respective legends' careers. When dealing with the extensive catalogs of legends it is next to impossible to narrow it down to 20 songs, but it is a challenge we gladly accept for the culture. We understand certain inclusions and exemptions spark debate. The lists could possibly cause controversy. However, it plays a part in giving our legends the roses while they can still smell them.
The first legend in our series will be Clifford Harris aka T.I.. He has a career that dates back to his debut album in 2001 titled I'm Serious. Over the last 18 years, he has released several albums with critical and commercial success. He has also signed artists (Young Dro, B.O.B, Travis Scott, etc.) and was also the first featured artist in DJ Drama's legendary Gangsta Grillz mixtape series. His pedigree speaks for itself and we will allow the legend's catalog do all the talking for him.

*DISCLAIMER* All songs included on the lists are from commercial releases only. No mixtape songs were included.

ATLTOP20 Presents: Catalog Wars | T.I.
1. Dope Boyz (Im Serious)
2. Do It (Im Serious)
3. Look What I Got (Trap Muzik)
4. 24's (Trap Muzik)
5. Rubberban Man (Trap Muzik)
6. Be Easy (Trap Muzik)
7. ASAP (Urban Legend)
8. Bring Em Out (Urban Legend)
9. Motivation (Urban Legend)
10. Stand Up (Urban Legend)
11. Bankhead (King)
12. Front, Back (King)
13. What You Know (King)
14. Why You Wanna (King)
15. Da Dopeman (T.i Vs Tip)
16. Big Things Poppin (T.i Vs Tip)
17. Live Ya Life (Paper Trail)
18. Whats Up, Whats Happening (Paper Trail)
19. Sorry (Heavy Is The Head)
20. About The Money (Paperwork)
Bonus Tracks
Still Aint Forgave Myself (Im Serious)
Doing My Job (Trap Muzik)
Freak Though (Urban Legend)
Ride Wit Me (King)
Help Is Coming (T.i Vs Tip)
Swagger Like Us (Paper Trail)
Welcome To The World (No Mercy)

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Monday, April 29, 2019

END OF DISCUSSION Official Video by @shakedownsunny dir @AerialVisions


REVENGE Official Video by @OfficialFeenix

DIFFER Official & Lyric Videos by @SPRAGGABENZ3 prod @TODDLAT

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Dancehall DJ Spragga Benz first rose to prominence in the early '90s with a series of Jamaican hits that earned him a brief major-label shot with Capitol. Benz was born Carlton Grant in Kingston on May 30, 1969, and earned the nickname "Spaghetti" as a youth because of his slim build; it would later mutate into his stage name, Spragga. He became a disc selector for the L.A. Benz sound system, and first tried his hand at toasting in 1992 on a dare from Buju Banton, who needed B-sides for some dubplates he was cutting for the sound system. Benz tossed off some lyrics off the top of his head, and the response from the studio onlookers was so great that Benz soon cut two A-sides of his own, "Love Mi Gun" and the lascivious "Jack It Up." The songs quickly made him an underground sensation, and soon multiple labels and producers were clamoring for his services. He scored breakout hits with "Could a Deal" (produced by Winston Riley) and "Girls Hooray" (Steely & Clevie), not to mention "Jack It Up," a major success once it was released to a wider audience. Benz was one of the hottest new artists on the dancehall scene, and consolidated his momentum with a series of well-received appearances at festival concerts over 1993, most notably an electrifying set at Sting. During the next two years, he released a solid string of hit singles: "Hand Inna da Air," "Rude Bwoy Living," "No Cater," "Who Next," "No Fun Thing," "Mark Death," "Things a Gwaan," "Jump Up and Swear." Many of those tracks were included on his first album, Jack It Up, which was issued in 1994. In the wake of his Jamaican success, Capitol Records offered Benz a major-label deal later that year. His second album, Uncommonly Smooth, appeared in 1995 and harbored distinct crossover aspirations; the Chevelle Franklyn duet, "A-1 Lover," was aimed at R&B audiences as well as reggae fans, and the cover of "Spanish Harlem" featured original artist Ben E. King. The gambit failed to win him an international audience on the level of Shabba Ranks, however, and Capitol quickly lost interest. Benz returned to Jamaica and spent the next few years as a singles-only artist, also collaborating with rappers like Wyclef Jean and KRS-One. He continued to find success in his homeland with tracks like "Car Crash," "Born Good Looking," "Funny Guy Thing," "Dolly House," and "Machine Gun Kelly," among others. In 1999, he recorded a clash album with Beenie Man titled Two Badd DJs, and topped the Jamaican charts with the single "She Nuh Ready Yet (Hype Up)." The song also appeared on his long-incubating third album, Fully Loaded, which was finally released in 2000. It featured duets with Lady Saw ("Buckshot") and Foxy Brown ("Too Stoosh"), and production work from house legend Todd Terry, among many others. Benz made his motion-picture debut that same year in Brooklyn Babylon, and in 2001 played a leading role in the gangster film Shottas. Also in 2001, he returned Foxy Brown's favor by guesting on her hit single "Oh Yeah," and teamed with Elephant Man for the Jamaican smash "Warriors Cause." In 2002, he issued his fourth album, Thug Nature, which featured extensive supporting contributions from his stable of up-and-coming talent, the Red Square Crew. ~ Steve Huey

Sunday, March 3, 2019

THE RETURN Official Video by @RAtheRuggedMan

I'M SO HOOD Official Video by @KokaneOfficial prod @slunkmusic

PRAY FOR ME Official Video by @jblacc0249 Ft @ikillarsf Prod @whoolaganbeats Mixed/Master @djlewylew

GANJA MAN Promo/Single dropping Soon By @djlewylew ft @gitanuhmusic prod #DJLewyLew

TBG Official Video by @TBG757Va

SNACK Audio by @IamTayKelley

DOUBLE TAP Audio & NO HO Lyrics Video by @sweetXOmusic

TIE ME UP & SHENYENG ANTHEM Official videos by #Shenseea