Posts Tagged ‘ mixtape ’

Lil Wayne/T-Pain/Drake/Gucci Mane/Nicki Minaj – Evil Empire Trending Topics Mixtape

Peep the new tracks from Evil Empire’s Trending Topics Mixtapes:

Lil Wayne & T-Pain – Damn Damn (prod. Tha Bizness)


Gucci Mane feat. Shawty Lo, Waka Flocka Flame, Nicki Minaj, Yo Gotti – Mi Casa, Tu Casa


Drake – Baby Come With Me (prod. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)


Drake – Zone (prod. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)


Rich Girl feat. Yo Gotti & Gucci Mane – Trouble


Props to Nah Right


50 Cent – Touch Me (Official Video)

Now, that’s how you take a classic song/video and ruin it.  Rolling eyes and smh.

Drake – Heartbrake Drake Pt. 2 (Mixtape)


Successful – ft. Lil Wayne & Trey Songz

The Winner

Unstoppable – ft. Santogold & Lil Wayne

The track list:

1. Drake Signs (Intro)
2. Do It Now
3. Juice
4. The Winner
5. Slow It Down
6. Something
7. Stunt On You
8. Belly Shit
9. The One ft. Mary J Blige
10. Invented Sex ft. Trey Songz
11. Digital Girl ft. Jamie Foxx & Kanye West
12. Successful ft. Trey Songz
13. Unstoppable ft. Lil Wayne & Santogold
14. Goin In ft. Lil Wayne & Young Jeezy
15. Take You Down
16. Best I Ever Had (Remix) ft. Mase
17. Thank Me Later Coming Soon (Outro)

From Degrassi to Young Money, our boy Drake is killin it.

16 Bars From 16 Of T-Dot's Major MC's


The Real Frequency’s 16th anniversary mixtape 16 16’s features 16 bars from 16 of Toronto’s talented and promising acts performing over classic beats from the past 16 years. The line features, Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall, JD Era, Famous, Tona, Promise, Luu Breeze, Marvel, Mathematik, King Reign, Mayhem Morearty, Empire, IRS, Frankie Payne, Theology 3, and Ski.


Click here for more information on downloading a bonus track from another Toronto MC and listen to the track to find out who it is. This mixtape will be fire y’all.

Drake Sits Down with Complex Magazine



To us Canadians, we all know Aubrey “Drake” Graham who played the sweet and caring Jimmy Brooks on the TV show Degrassi: The Next Generation. But now everyone is beginning to stand up and take notice of Canadian rapper Drake. He recently did an interview with Complex Magazine about his latest mixtape, So Far Gone. After reading the interview that he did with Complex, I thought to myself, this is someone who obviously knows how to handle his new found fame.

Since exploding on the scene with the track, “Replacement Girl” alongside Trey Songz in 2006 and now working with everyone from Bun B, Lloyd, Omarion and Lil Wayne, Drake just seems to take it all in stride.

In the interview with Complex, Drake talks about growing up with music in his family with his uncle being a bass player for Prince and his father writing songs for Al Green. How he started to realize he wanted to be involved in music. Being from Toronto and looking up to fellow rapper K-OS. How he gets noticed by Lil Wayne and do a track together and more. Drake keeps it real y’all! Check out the full interview with Complex Magazine here.