Saturday, August 1, 2009

NEW - Raekwon ft. Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah + Method Man - House of Flying Daggers

Off Only Built For Cuban Linx II droppin September 9, supposedly. Produced by J. Dilla. Raekwon ft. Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah + Method Man - House of Flying Daggers.

Richie Cunning vs. Jahpan

Richie Cunning from SF vs. Jahpan of LA. Vote for who you like best. However, Richie is a beast while Jahpan is a lame. I trust you'll make the right choice. VOTE HERE!

The Weekly Ear Test Volume #1

What's up ya'll.

Thizzler's come a long way since it's first steps. It went from a little site no one knew about where I'd post what I liked into a somewhat? reputable site full of new and upcoming hip-hop. Somewhere along the line I feel like it lost that "this is what I'm feelin" element. So I'm bringin that back now with....

The Weekly Ear Test Volume #1

Every Saturday, I'm gunna post what I've been listening to throughout the week. Keep ya'll in the loop, ya know? So here you go.

Rafael Casal - As Good As Your Word

As soon as I heard that Top 100 Bay Area Slang slumper I had to check out this dude. I was not disappointed. Although it's a much different style from that song, dude is hella lyrical and REAL with almost every song on the album. He has a good balance of strong poetic tracks mixed with a couple hip-hop bangers. I'm especially feelin' The Core, Dontchawannabeastar, Hustler, July 17 and Headbanger.

La Coka Nostra - A Brand You Can Trust La Coka Nostra - A Brand You Can Trust

I kinda slept on this one, it's true. I've had this album sittin on my computer for a week or two now and haven't listened to it at all. I guess I kinda thought it would be alot like the other stuff they've put out. It's not. This shit goes 10x harder. The style is essentially the same, but much more polished. The beats on most tracks are crazy, like Once Upon A Time and Choose Your Side. The whole crew spits hard on every track and they have guest spots from stars like Snoop Dogg, Immortal Technique, Bun B, B-Real, and more. I recommend this one for sure if you like hardcore hip-hop. It kinda reminds me stylistically of...

Slaughterhouse - Slaughterhouse Slaughterhouse

Ok, so I just started listening to this last night. Nice flows, nice beats, and nice chemistry between em. The whole album comes thru sick with a kind of crazy, frantic energy. I've posted The One and Cuckoo here before, Microphone (produced by Alchemist) is also sick. With Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce Da 5'9" you can't go wrong lyrically, and the beats mostly match their savagery.

So there you have it. Volume #1 of the Weekly Ear Test. Stay tuned for next week's installment.

NEW EXCLUSIVE - JC The City Kid ft. DJ Pause on cuts - prod by A.M.S. Beats

Exclusive new track from JC The City Kid, produced by A.M.S. Beats. Off his upcoming album, Supervillains.

NEW - Locksmith - Rare Form video

New single from Locksmith. Off his upcoming album, Frank the Rabbit. I fux wit it.