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Cats are taking over the rap game, your favorite Run The Jewels songs, and now, a bustling metropolis near you. Will Just Blaze be able to keep his sanity amidst the chaos? Visit for a free album download of “Meow The Jewels” or buy RTJ2, the album that inspired it here:

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Slaughterhouse - Party (Produced By Just Blaze x Cardiak)

New song by Slaughterhouse produced by Just Blaze & Cardiak! As Just Blaze said on his Soundcloud “Just a teaser.. Glasshouse Tour about to kick off! Single and LP coming soon!!”

WHOAAAAA!! Stay tuned…

#MixtapeMonday Scoe - The Influence

I am actually somewhat friends with Scoe and have been long waiting this project to be released. He had told me a couple of the producers that he had worked with on the project and I couldn’t believe he sat on those jams for this long. We actually had this conversation smoking a blunt outside of Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles on Pico right before we dropped him off at the studio. Scoe is a real cool,humble person and he has been workingm and im sure this project will show that!

DJBooth.Net – ” The project packs a total of 17 original jams from the veteran emcee, among them reader-approved singles “Sunset Strip,” “End of Summer,” “Thank You,” “They Ain’t Ready” and “The Crown.” Kendrick Lamar and Xzibit make guest appearances on Tha Influence, which packs production from Best Kept Secret, Bink Dawg, Charlie Red 3000, Fingazz, Hi-Tek, Jahlil Beats, Jake One, Just Blaze, Mike WiLL Made It, Nottz, Statik Selektah and Tone Mason.”

Sway interviews legendary producer Just Blaze talks Slaughterhouse, Song Cry 2, and more…





Happy Birthday Saigon!

1977: Thirty-six years ago today, one of NYC’s finest MCs was born. Brian Daniel Carenard, known by hip-hop heads as Saigon (or “Sai-Giddy”), gained a reputation as one of the East Coast’s leading wordsmiths.

Saigon served a prison sentence for first-degree assault. While in prison, Saigon was introduced to the art of lyricism by a fellow inmate, who was known among the inmates for his wide vocabulary and positive messages. Inspired, Saigon turned to hip-hop as a source of rehabilitation and redemption. Upon his release from prison in 2000, Saigon immediately began to pursue a career in hip-hop.

Many mainstream hip-hop listeners may not be familiar with Saigon’s music, but among underground fans, he is well respected. He has collaborated with hip-ho heavyweights from Kanye West to Ghostface Killah, and both of his studio albums (The Greatest Story Never Told and The Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses) have received stellar reviews from critics. Saigon plans to release his third studio album, Secrets Are For Sinners, in 2014.

Happy Birthday Saigon!—