You don’t need to be from the West to pay homage to Pac, and Cole does a good job doing so. Fayettenam’s Finest covered “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” at Bonnaroo 2011 during his set.
I’ve been following eebsofresh for a while now on YouTube and he just released a new video recently covering a D’Angelo track so I have to post it. With nothing but a sampler, a keyboard and a mic, this dude makes some nice covers. Anyone remember this being on the Space Jam soundtrack? Memories right there.
Check his other videos on his Youtube channel
Through his collaborations with Wale and his own solo work, The Board of Administration’s representative is making moves and making a name for himself. Check out his new mixtape with tracks like “Busy Now”, “Cookup” and “4 AM”
01.Young Gifted & Black (Intro)
02.Busy Now feat. Wale
06.Cookup feat. Wale & Stalley
08.Tell Me Why
09.Sweet Her feat. Magazeen
10.It’s My Party
13.4 AM feat. Wale
14.Intoxicated feat. Tiara Thomas
15.Who Is Yall
16.The City Is Mine (Outro)
17.Salutations feat. Tre
Whenever only Black Cobain and Wale do a duo track, it always impresses me for some reason. This track is no exception. Black Cobain’s mixtape “Young, Gifted and Black” is available now.
I’ve never really been a fan of Wiz’s freestyles, but I am a fan of his. This freestyle comes fresh from the backseat of his car and probably really blown.
Summer in Cali is nice, and so are these Cali kids known as Pac Div
No Days Off is seriously what Wale does. This song was just released last week and he already has a video for it.