Sir Diggy – Illest Ever Made (ft. AG Da Coroner x Ruste Juxx) (Video)

Fresh off the release of Sir Diggy’s EP, Gold Frame Portraits, drops the video single for the cut Illest Ever Made. Nickel Plated puts the panic in the production, Juxx on the chorus, and Diggy with AG Da Coroner on the sixteens. This joint surely jumps!

I copped and checked the EP and it all bangs as hards as this track, so check it out if you are feeling this song.

Single You Out: Mic Handz – Stay Givin It Up (feat. Sean Price)

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This is the last single before Mic Handz drops his SAYYOUAINTKNOW: The Software project.  That’s going to drop this Thursday at some point and should be dope.  Meanwhile, to the track at hand, we have a collaborative joint featuring the incomparable Sean Price and produced by Nickel Plated.   It’s got brazen rhymes and powerful production so I will insist you give it a listen.

Red Eye – St. Fatrick’s Day (2012)

Artist: Red Eye

Album: St Fatrick’s Day

Source: Artist

Tracklisting:

1.J-Love Intro
2.Fuck B’n Polite (prod by DJ Qvali)
3.Drawn-n-Quartered (ft. Cella Dwellas x L.I.F.E. Long) (prod by Skammadix)
4.Step Aside (prod by DJ Qvali)
5.FigYa4LegLoc (ft. Critical Madness x Bezerk x Amiam x Illustrate x Shinobi Stalin x Tzarizm)
6.Til I Owe Nada (ft. Born Unique x Godilla) (prod by DJ Qvali)
7.7th Inning Stretch (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq x Punchline x FT aka Fuc That x El Da Sensei x Phantasm x Nine)
8.Oh Baby Now (ft. Blaq Poet) (prod by Nickel Plated)
9.Definition of Apeshit (ft. Infinity Gauntlet x Dov) (prod by Snowgoons)
10.You Ain’t Ready (Remix) (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq x King Magnetic) (prod by Res Nullius)
11.Never Relate (prod by DJ Qvali)
12.Click Clack (ft. Streets x Ruff) (prod by Thorotracks)
13.Hardcore (ft. Meyhem Lauren x Blaq Poet) (prod by Nickel Plated)
14.One By One (ft. Born Unique) (prod by DJ Qvali)
15.Unfukwitable (ft. Ruste Juxx x Reks x Reef the Lost Cauze x Shabaam Sahdeeq x Sha Stimuli x Nutso x M-Dot x Midaz)

Note:

It gets to a point where I could share every song off this mixtape as a single, but why not offer you guys the full picture of what it’s all about? And at this point I am just going to say it:  This mixtape is top notch.  If you want fifteen tracks that knock speakers with no filler of fru-fru material, St. Fatrick’s Day is the joint you are going to want to own.

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