Little Vic – Loosies Collection Pt.1 (Mixed By DJ Mickey Knox) (2015)

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Artist: Little Vic

Album: Loosies Collection Pt. 1

Tracklisting:

1. Phillip Morris Intro
2. The Squeeze
3. Bad Blood
4. Endings
5. Reach For The Stars
6. One More Song (ft. CP)
7. Boulevard Blues (ft. Mann95)
8. Free Fall
9. One Take Jake
10. Ash Tray
11. Pardon Me (ft. Eddie Nash)
12. Winston Interlude
13. Peace Keepers
14. Gemini (prod. by Sly Vest)
15. Mount Olympus
16. Go So Far
17. Blind Melon
18. All Work & No Play
19. Crockpot (ft. Mann95)
20. Let Alone
21. Camel Outro

Note:

While it’s been almost eight years since Vic has dropped an official album, he has turned out a mixtape or two during that time span and still remains sharp with precise lyrical wit that keeps the listener’s brain cells moving.   Loosies Collection Part 1 is just that…an assortment of songs that Vic has done in the past couple of years assembled in one mixtape and blended together by none other than DJ Mickey Knox.

And while I hope that eventually we will get something official in the way of an album from Vic, I am content to hear some new joints not heard before and excited to share them with you.

Little Vic – Apocalypto Mixtape (2011)

Artist: Little Vic

Album: Apocalypto Mixtape

Source: Little Vic’s Blog

Tracklisting:

  1. Apocalypto (prod. by John John)
  2. End Of Days (prod. by Little Vic)
  3. Man In The Mirror (prod. by Velotz)
  4. Walking Contradiction (prod. by Buckwild)
  5. At The Right Time (ft. CP)(prod. by Hakkan)
  6. Pale Horse (prod. by KV Beats)
  7. Solitary Walker (prod. by Little Vic)
  8. For The Birds (prod. by John John)
  9. Evolution (Killing Your Own) (prod. by Little Vic)
  10. Feel So Lost (prod. by Little Vic)
  11. Who Am I? (prod. by Velotz)
  12. Madman (prod. by Little Vic)
  13. Back Down (prod. by Velotz)
  14. Everybody (Original) (prod. by John John)
  15. Give Me Something To KILL (ft. Ronny B)(prod. by Velotz)
  16. Orange Alert (prod. by KV Beats)
  17. Three Headed Beast (prod. by Little Vic)
  18. Cut You Down (ft. Johnny Cash)

Note:

Ouch. This was a mixtape. A MIXTAPE! And it probably destroys 90% of the albums that are out there right now. Little Vic is a glimpse of Golden Era hip hop in the here and the now. Very few people can turn a phrase like Little Vic. If you are not already up on this artist, let me bring you up to speed. In 2006, Little Vic hit us with the debut album, Each Dawn I Die. Whenever I spoke about this album to somebody, it got positive feedback and acclaim. Everyone who heard it was feeling that album. Things were dormant for a little while with Little Vic leaking a track here and there.  If you were paying attention to his blog you would definitely catch some gems. Last year, Little Vic hit us with the mixtape, Man On Fire. I must’ve played the joint, Sinner, over 100 times. Little Vic just has a way of making you his captive audience.

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