305 Live: Kanye West, Rick Ross, Ghostwridah, DJ Khaled, and More in Local Hip-Hop News
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-Hip-hop fans can officially relax now that Rick Ross and company have released the Kanye West collabo track from Teflon Don titled "Live Fast, Die Young". The track features Kanye on the second verse as well as on the production side.
Recorded in Hawaii not too long ago, the song finds itself sounding like vintage Kanye -- so much so that it definitely brought out the best in Ross. The photo of Ross and 'Ye working on the song is above, but you can check out the making-of-video here and the actual song here. [The305]
-It's been a long time in the making, but Ghostwridah's In Love With My Future album has finally hit the net as a free download. Ghostwridah pours his heart and soul into this 11-track collection, which serves as a precursor to his forthcoming first official album under his new record deal. In Love With My Future takes its stance as a versatile selection of production from producers Rem, Miami Beat Wave, DJ Ideal and others. Click here to download. [DJBooth]
-C-9's Phresh James has also released a project called Just Practice. It's a 16-track mixtape that shows a little bit of what Phresh has been working with lately. He takes on a number of classic instrumentals like "She Lives On My Lap," "Bang Bang," and "Sky Is The Limit," basically taking the opportunity to just practice. Listen now. [LimeLinx]
-The star-studded premiere of DJ Khaled's video for "All I Do Is Win (Remix)," went down this past weekend on MTV, coincidentally around the same time that Khaled and friends were walking towards the red carpet at the BET Awards. Either way, the video is colorful and vibrant, with a recurring sports victory theme to it.
The list of verses is lengthy as Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, Jadakiss, Fat Joe, Swizz Beatz and T-Pain all put in their time in the video, which was directed by Miami native Gil Green. [OnSmash]
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