Music: Silent Someone ft. Gee Dubs – Natural


Bronx producer Silent Someone is dropping his latest compilation LP titled “I Have Company”
Here’s a joint he collaborated with Gee Dubs on for his project. Below is the link to cop the album, Enjoy!
Buy Album Here

Music Video: Silent Someone – Rhinoceros Funk

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Dope track by Rhinoceros Funk, Produced by Silent Someone.
Look out for Silent Someone’s “I Have Company” LP dropping soon. Gee Dubs makes a special appearance on his LP as well!!

Buy Now: Gee Dubs & J-Love “Hands on Ice” (CD)

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TRACK LISTING:
1) Hands on Ice (intro)
2) Barbaric Dubs
3) Holy Water
4) Root of Evil
5) American Made feat. Neta
6) Stop & Snatch (Skit)
7) Send You To Hell feat. J-Love
8) Seen You In A While
9) YoungSonOfABum (Skit)
10) Tom and Jerry
11) Crumb Lust
12) All The Way feat. Neta & J-Love
13) Day & Dollars
14) Busy City
15) How Does It Feel feat. DJ Djaz
16) Move feat Starker
17) Being Me





Audio: Gee Dubs x J-Love – Tom and Jerry (Clean)


Download Dirty Version Below:


“Hands On Ice” LP by Gee Dubs & J-Love
(Available on Nov.19, 2013)
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Audio: Gee Dubs ft. Neta – Annual Laps


Produced by Dray Yard for his compliation LP “Hand Grenades & Serenades”
Gee Dubs x Neta PROMO

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Hip hop’s golden age began in 1986, the day Rakim stepped to a microphone to record “Eric B Is President.” Only 18 years old (though he sounded considerably more worldly), Rakim (real name William Griffin) had a smooth, effortless flow that brought a cool melodicism and high intelligence to the MC game—he gave both fire and ice, set within the wiry frame of his serious features. Even those who didn’t get the Five Percenter reference wouldn’t have bridled at his nickname, God. His partnership with his DJ, Eric B, yielded four great albums and numerous classic singles before Rakim split for a solo career. Despite initial success with 1997’s The 18th Letter, he endured several frustratingly fruitless years signed to Dr Dre’s Aftermath, working on an album that never came. Now Rakim back in his native New York, the city where his immense influence is most clearly audible, notably in other NYC wordsmiths such as Nas. As recently as 2012, The Source named him the greatest MC of all time.