Archive for the 'Singles' Category


Q-Tip – Gettin’ Up (2008)[Single + Music Video]

It was recently announced there’s no future plans for a re-union Tribe album, but at least we have Tip’s solo debut to look forward to (dropping later in the Fall). Check Tip’s first single in a long ass 9 years and def. cop the LP when it drops.

Download: Gettin’ Up.mp3


Jake One – The Truth (feat. Brother Ali & Freeway)[Single]

Man, oh man. After hearing this track I can’t say how excited I am about Jake’s new Rhymesayers release (White Van Music due out October 7th). For those who don’t know Jake One has been the man behind the boards for everybody from MF Doom and De La Soul to 50 Cent & Nas. I mean damn… who didn’t love Rock Co. Cane Flow? His album is slated to feature underground & mainstream legends alike and with his ability to get cats who would have otherwise never worked together on the same track, this is going to be ill. Check this track out for a taste of what I’m talking about. Ill ass collabo. Fucking crazy…

Download: The Truth.mp3


Cool Calm Pete – Gitty Up Baby [Single] (2008)

Finally a new Cool Calm Pete track. I’ve been fiending for some new Pete shit ever since I heard his 2005 release (Lost the Album) and although I bought and enjoyed his CD of loosies, I was looking for more. This track hits the spot for now, but only makes me want to hear his new LP Leonard Z (which is supposed to drop later this year). Check the track and buy the album when it drops.

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DJ I-Dee ft. Jean Grae & Wreckonize – The Right [Video]

DJ I-Dee hit me up with this one himself. Good production and although I’m not really feeling the video too much the track itself is a hit. JG murders the track and Wreck does his thing too. Peep the video and download the single below.

Download: The Right.mp3


Statik Selektah – Spell My Name Right/Stick 2 The Script’s First Single

I had this album in my first post for CTR, but I don’t think anybody read it. I try and get as many people as possible on to this album, so I have to throw it up again. Statik Selektah is easily in my top 3 favorite producers and his new album, Stick 2 The Script is at the top of my highly anticipated list.  Here is the first single from that album also.

Statik Selektah ft. Termanology, Saigon, & Cassidy – To The Top (Stick 2 The Script)

Enjoy that single, but seriously check out Spell My Name Right if you haven’t heard it yet. Some of my favorite production ever. Enjoy.

1. Spell My Name Right Intro (feat. DJ Premier & Termanology) (1:31)
2. Stop, Look, Listen (feat. Styles, Termanology, Q-Tip) (3:46)
3. Express Yourself 08 (feat. Termanology, Talib Kweli, Consequence) (3:21)
4. 6 In The Morning (feat. Joell Ortiz, Kool G Rap, Sheek Louch) (3:39)
5. What Would You Do!? (feat. Freeway & Cassidy) (3:12)
6. Make A Movie (Interlude) (feat. DJ Khaled) (0:45)
7. Bam Bam (feat. Red Cafe, Termanology, Mims) (3:07)
8. G Shit (Showoff Mix) (feat. Uncle Murda, Sev-One, Termanology & Jadakiss) (4:13)
9. Back Against The Wall (feat. Cormega & Royce 5′9″) (2:33)
10. Hardcore (So You Wanna Be) (feat. Reks & Termanology) (3:49)
11. No Mistakes Allowed (feat. Doug E. Fresh, Tony Touch, Scram Jones, DP-One, DJ GI-JOE, DJ Revolution, Esoteric) (4:09)
12. Interlude (0:47)
13. Punch Out (feat. Big Shug) (2:13)
14. The Good Life (Give It Up) (feat. M.O.P.) (1:06)
15. Big Dreamers (feat. Reks) (3:34)
16. No Holding Back (feat. AZ & Cormega) (2:49)
17. Got Me Goin’ (Hip Hop) (feat. Slum Village & Granite State) (3:22)
18. Time To Say Goodbye (feat. Evidence & The Alchemist) (2:17)
19. It’s Over Now (feat. Termanology & A.G.) (2:42)
20. Talk To Me (feat. Jon Hope, Reks, Skyzoo) (3:36)
21. Did What We Had To Do (feat. KRS-One, Large Professor, L Da Headtoucha) (3:39)

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Termanology ft. Bun B – How We Rock (Prod. by DJ Premier)

Termanology ft. Bun B – How We Rock (Prod. by DJ Premier)



New Common Market Single “Tobacco Road”

This is the first single from Common Market’s upcoming sophomore LP by the same title (September 9, 2008). I really enjoyed their first self-titled album (which I bought, because Breeze supports indie artists) as well as the EP they dropped earlier this year (Black Patch War EP) and this single is a good sign that this release will be worthwhile as well. Keep checking back for the new album and and as always if you like it, buy it when it drops. For fans of Gabriel Teodros, Move.meant, and Blue Scholars.

btw… did anybody else notice is different?

Tobacco Road.mp3

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