NEW MIXTAPE: Narkanomics

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on Dec 6, 11 • by • with 4 Comments

You know it must be 4th Quarter when all the big guns of hip-hop are offering up new material. Drake snapped up Ricky Ross over an eloquent Just Blaze production on “Lord Knows”. Ludacris and B.o.B. let loose a free mixtapes with Luda referencing my favorite movie of 1985, Back To The Future and Meek Mill set himself up for success with a DJ Khaled posse cut for “I’m A Boss”. Even newly reunited Mobb Deep (without the Curtis co-sign) talked fellow Queensbridge native Nas into a guest appearance on “Get It Forever”. The most talked about track from Young Jeezy’s Thug Motivation 103 doesn’t disappoint with features from Hova and the ever elusive Andre 3 Stacks.

Its not all about the big names though. New emcee (with an awful awful name) Buddy scores a slick debut on Neptunes’ produced “Awesome Awesome”, K-OS co-hort Saukrates lines up his most viable song to date in “Say I” and Shawn Christopher shows other indie blog combing rappers what to do with Cults’ hit “Go Outside”. Lastly, thanks to Hype Machine, my days of filling the Cudder void have been temporarily quelled after hearing new goodness from blog favorite Skizzy Mars (“Tara”, “Together”). Isn’t there someone in Cudi’s camp who can tell him to drop the guitar?

If all of that sounds up your alley, download Narkanomics below and leave a comment.

Narkanomics DOWNLOAD (.rar)
1. T.I. – Pyro
2. Ludacris – Can You Buy That
3. Meek Mill – I’m A Boss remix ft DJ Khaled, T.I., Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Birdman & Swizz Beatz
4. Young Jeezy – I Do ft Jay-Z & Andre 3000
5. Buddy – Awesome Awesome
6. Black Milk – Brain
7. Jay Electronica – Call Of Duty ft Mobb Deep
8. Skizzy Mars – Together
9. Cocaine 80s – Six ft Common & James Faulteroy
10. Drake – Lord Knows ft Rick Ross (produced by Just Blaze)
11. Asher Roth – Common Knowledge
12. Mobb Deep – Get It Forever ft Nas
13. The Roots – Kool On ft P.O.R.N & Truck North
14. Saukrates – Say I
15. B.o.B. – Perfect Symmetry ft 2 Chainz
16. Wale – Chain Music
17. Slim Thug – Creepin ft Bun B & Paul Wall
18. Torae – For The Record
19. Skizzy Mars – Tara
20. Shawn Christopher – Go Outside ft Cults
21. Childish Gambino – Twistclip Loop

Is it weird to anyone else that Mobb Deep shout “Throw ya diamonds in the sky” on “Call of Duty”? Seems like they must have forgot about this little beef….

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  • Nicole

    Hey Justin, has anyone told you the download link doesn’t work? Unless I’m missing something, it looks like they took your file down.


  • Thanks for the heads up. I’ll have a re-up for everyone this evening!

  • Looks like the download button is working! Thanks for bringing this to light! I hadn’t heard of Buddy before you’re post. I’m a huge fan of Pharell’s production, 99 percent of the time you can expect to hear something different. In my opinion, Buddy sounds like a lot of other artists we’re hearing right now, but with that said, I found it hard not to enjoy it & give it repeated listens. Definitely looking to hear more from him in the future. Thanks again!

  • Tom

    First off, love the album artwork, one of my favorites yet.
    Second, thanks for Luda for reminding me why he is my favorite pop-rapper (a designation I made up just for Luda). “Here this nigga Luda go again, talkin bout how much money he got and shit!”
    Agree with you about Skizzy. His cudder-esque-ness definitely explains his frequent pressence on my hypem list.
    For whatever reason I almost don’t want to like Asher Roth, but every time I hear one of his songs, his delivery makes me bite. I could use less of his slow-voice choruses though, not his strong suit.

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