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!
There once was a tale that Rozay and Birdman were working on a collab album back in 2008, now it seems that the album will see the light of day next Thursday, May 23rd. DJ Khaled is hosting the project.
Mr. Legend drops off visuals for his single, “Who Do We Think We Are“. “Love In The Future” drops June 25th.
Girls in crop tops, high wasted shorts, and sun dresses and dudes bringing out the tank tops and boat shoes again. This isn’t at day at the beach, but it is just another perfect Spring day in Cali. Once again, UCR delivers on their annual concert series, Spring Splash, this year bringing acts like Ab-Soul, Walk The Moon, Rick Ross, and 2 Chainz to the campus stage. CSNW was there, and we’re here to bring some images from the day’s highlights. (more…)
One of the sleeper tracks on Ricky Rozay’s, “God Forgives, I Don’t”, finally emancipates the video for “Ice Cold” with the ex-B2K member. Forgot how good the production was on this song, shouts to Reefa.
DJ Khaled treats us with his new single, featuring the likes of Drake, Rick Ross, Lil’ Wayne, and Future. Looking to repeat the success of the summer 2011 hit “I’m On One”, “No New Friends” is produced by Boi-1da and Noah ’40′ Shebib and will be on DJ Khaled’s next album, Suffering from Success. Tag-free, CDQ version below.
Stalley shows us his thought process for his new single, “Swangin’“, as he explains it to Mr. Rozay. He also explains how he was able to nab Scarface for the feature. And if you still haven’t heard the track, peep the smoothness and lay back.
As promised, John Stevens delivers his newest single featuring Rick Ross and is surprisingly a lot better than the other record he dropped a few days back, see: The Beginning. Very smooth, can’t wait for the new album which is hopefully coming sometime this year. Enjoy.
I think that Meek has one of the best flows in the game right now, as in flow i mean cadences and delivery. Either way this joint is one of my favorite joints off of Dreams & Nightmares.
I was hearing the original of this record all up and down Austin when I was out there this past weekend and I ended up falling in love with it, so it’s good to see that the remix popped up right after I got back. I honestly think there are too many artists featured on here but either way its still good. Enjoy the remix.