It’s about that time of the year folks, the weather is getting hotter, people wearing less clothes and Summer is rapidly approaching us. Not only is the weather changing so is every single one of our lives, so thats why us @ CSNW decided to put this nice little series together, our official workout/gym series. Split into 3 parts, each playlist is designed to get people up and out of the house and get back to eating and living right again. Hopefully everyone will like this series and inspire folks to change their day-to-day habits. Each mix 50 tracks long, and will drop every Thursday. The first installment features appearances from Game, J. Cole, Clipse, Fat Joe, Mobb Deep, Pharrell Williams, Outkast, Stevie Crooks, Kanye West, Lil’ Scrappy, Beanie Sigel, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Wale, 2 Chainz and many many more. Enjoy!
Chain Gang back together, it seems so, sans Peedi Crackk. This is the first visual form Beans This Time album August 28th, only a few weeks before going back to prison in September.
Beware, you’re approaching the scene of a homicide. What—you want to see for yourself? That’s pretty damn sick, but what the hell. Just slip under the police tape and have a look. On Microphone Murder, a newly-released promo single from DJ Kay Slay, the Brooklyn mainstay brings together four Philadelphia rhymesayers (three of them former Roc signees) to reduce some high-end recording equipment to bubbling slag. Juco Brix keeps it simple and grimy on the production tip, layering sampled soul vocals over a jagged guitar-piano loop as erstwhile colleagues Freeway, Young Chris and Beanie Sigel rock the mic alongside Tray Lee, a newer face from the city of Brotherly Love. Who dropped the standout verse? While I have to hand it to the Broad Street Bully for his imaginative trash talk on the back, the final decision, as always, lies with you.
Beans puts us in his shoes and gives an exclusive look on a day in the life of the Broad Street Bully. Hopefully we will hear some new music from him sooner than later.
The Broad Street Bully and Scarface on ONE project? Crazy! This ain’t gon be nothing but a good time. Glad they are both back to work, we need that. Check out what they had to say.
This is another reason why I should have been in Austin this past week. The Broad Street Bully kicks some bars for a bunch of people having a freestyle session on the street. Pretty dope, Beans still got it if you ask me.
The latest visuals off Mr. Barker’s mixtape Give The Drummer Some. Beanie seems to be comfortable in this setting.
Sigel went in and Push goes after Cons..
“Consequence, n—a talk is cheap/You don’t want no trouble off the beat/Before I off his ass with his awful teeth…“