TURN. THIS. UP. K. Dot and Hov push it to the next level with this remix joint. Produced by Sounwave. Mixed by MixedByAli. #Aftermathematics
One of the most talented producers from the Left Coast unleashes his brand of sax over Kendrick Lamar’s latest single. You NEED this.
K. Dot and Drizzy deliver visuals for their hypnotic collabo. Track produced by Scoop DeVille.
From the desk of Shadowkat Nightson:
Anybody who knows my history knows that my primary musical influences are Quincy Jones & Dr. Dre. When I found out that Complex executed one of their “best of” articles for Aftermath‘s resident surgeon general, I had to check it out. I encourage you to take some time & review it for yourself. There are some other beats that I would have included in this list; but, all in all, this is a great list. Enjoy.
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Track produced by S1. Video directed by Rich Lee. From 50‘s forthcoming album “STREET KING IMMORTAL”.
The House Gang delivers an emotional visual from the most personal joint on their Shady Records debut. Directed by Rik Cordero.
Is Compton in the house? Without a doubt! Check out the latest offering from Kendrick Lamar’s Aftermath debut “good kid, m.A.A.d city” which drops on October 22nd. Produced by Just Blaze.
Slaughterhouse joins forces with DJ Drama for their first Gangsta Grillz mixtape to get you ready for their Shady Records debut album, which drops on August 28th.
The truth HURTS. And, 4 of the most dangerous spittaz in the world prove it with this joint.
The new single from 50‘s forthcoming album “STREET KING IMMORTAL”. Produced by Swizz Beatz & Dr. Dre and mixed by Eminem.