As promised, Ye debuted his newest joint “New Slaves” for the folks in Brooklyn. Low Quality MP3 added. UPDATE: Check the jump for more clips as they continue to flood the internet.
DOWNLOAD: Kanye West – New Slaves (LOW QUALITY)
Waaaaaaay before Kanye formed the GOOD Music imprint that you guys might know now there was this first roster which was made up of (Kanye, Common, Consequence, Big Sean, PM, GLC, Really Doe, Bentley, Sa-Ra, Tony Williams) so I decided to bring this back around for those who may or may not have heard before and because I didn’t see a download link anywhere but Dat Piff. The mixtape features a bunch of snippets from Ye, joints from his whole team, freestyles and a couple of other rarities. Features from 88-Keys, Talib Kweli, Kid Sister, Jenifer Hudson and a few more. Oh and its Mixted by Kanye’s former A&R Pain Pat and is the first time we saw Big Sean on the scene. Tracklist and download below.
1. Kanye West – Friday Morning, May 25th, 2007 (Intro)
2. Kanye West – Stronger (Snippet)
3. CRS (Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West & Pharrell) – Us Placers
4. GLC – I Ain’t Even On Yet
5. Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing
6. Common feat. Kanye West – Southside (Snippet)
7. Common – The Game
8. Kanye West – Porno (Interlude)
9. 88 Keys feat. Kanye West & Malik Yusef – Stay Up (Snippet)
10. Talib Kweli feat. Kanye West – In The Mood
11. Bentley feat. Pimp C & Lil’ Wayne – C.O.L.O.U.R.S.
12. Kid Sister feat. Kanye West – Pro Nails
13. Kanye West – Young Folks
14. Kanye West – Interviews (Interlude)
15. Common – The People
16. Big Sean – Get’cha Some
17. Consequence – Don’t Forget Em
18. Sa-Ra – White! (On The Floor)
19. Ne-Yo feat. Kanye West – Because Of You (Remix)
20. T-Pain feat. Kanye West – Buy You A Drank (Remix)
21. Kanye West – Throw Some D’s (Interlude)
22. Kanye West – Throw Some D’s (Remix)
23. Tony Williams – Dreaming Of Your Love
24. Really Doe feat. Jennifer Hudson – Magnetic Power
25. PM – Hater Family
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!
Last night Kanye popped up in NYC at the Roseland Ballroom for Adult Swim’s Upfront event. He had an hour long set and performed new music from his upcoming album, which is rumored to be possibly releasing June 18th. Peep the jump for one of the songs that may be called “So Awesome” (Possibly dedicated to Kim K.), and also a rant about how he is the worst celebrity. If more videos emerge of the performance, they will be put up here. Video quality is sub-par, but the audio quality is good enough to make out the words.
Those that have been on the wed today might have heard of seen that Daft Punk’s new album ‘Random Access Memories’ was leaked this morning and then made available for stream later this afternoon. With that said, this mixtape was supposed to serve as a precursor to the album but things didn’t end up getting executed like it should have been. Either way this tape is for the fans, old, new and the ones that might have missed a couple of steps from over the years. The project features samples, a bunch of remixes, original records, classics as well as some exclusives from the duo themselves. Appearances from Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Edwin Birdsong, Slum Villiage, Fantastic Plastic Machine, Pharrell Williams, George Duke and many more. Hit the jump for the tracklist and where to get it.
The folks at DatPiff host this chopped not slopped version of Kanye’s, “808′S & Heartbreak” by Slim K. Stream and download after the jump.
Dope documentary made by a fan over at the KanyeToThe fan forum. Documentary is a perfectly compiled look into Kanye’s journey from the beginning up until “Watch The Throne” through various performances, interviews and videos. Enjoy and shout out to CarlChristian for taking the time to make this vid.
Over the weekend, a member of the “Kanye To The” site named, “Nambo“, let loose of this unreleased Ye mixtape from 2001 that apparently Kanye was giving out in 01 to create buzz. This is also the tape that Kanye played for the A&Rs at Def Jam before getting signed. You’ll hear some familiar songs along with tracks that have never seen the light of day till now. Hit the jump for stream and download, enjoy.
On a less grandiose and luxurious stage, Mos Def (Yasiin Bey) was able to convince Kanye to come on the stage with him and not scream, but perform one of the lead singles off Graduation, “Can’t Tell Me Nothing“.
Shortly after Kanye West teased it on Twitter, new music from G.O.O.D. Music dope boy Pusha T has surfaced. Expect My Name Is My Name to hit shelves soon.