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Dave East Releases Paranoia 2

East is baaaacckk, not that he ever left.

After releasing the precursor to P2 in August 17′,  Karma in November 17′ and crushing multiple features, Paranoia 2 is here.

Giving us classic Dave East flows, with a touch of something new. He brought G-Unit front runner Lloyd Banks back from his hiatus on Violent. East speaks on the highs and lows of success on Thank You and Corey. One of my favorites from P2 is What Made Me. This is the Harlem representer’s ode to Hip-Hop. He pays homage to Nas of course, Biggie, Hov, Tupac, DJ Whoo Kid, Irv Gotti, Fabolous, Noreaga, The Lox, 50 Cent, Too Short, and Pharrell. Philly friendly, East mentions Beanie Sigel and says #FreeMeek. East even collabs with Torey Lanez, Marsha Ambrosius, and Bino Rideux.
Another exigent feature is Mase’s influence. East says “When Big died Harlem World dropped and I swear I ain’t listen to nothin but Mase.” He even questions his exit from Hip-Hop on What Made Me. 
The P2 tour, yes the tour, kicks off Jan 18, 2018, get your tickets asap. They’re sure to sell out quickly.
P2 is available for streaming on iTunes and Spotify.


Best Friends Really Make Great for Enemies


Ma$e returns from a musical hiatus with ONE HELL OF A DISS RECORD! Cam threw a low blow in The Program and his childhood chum is unhappy with him and he’s letting us all know. The Oracle is 4 minutes of Ma$e airing out a 20 year laundry list of sh*t. He opens with “Now we even” and continues bringing up old dirt about Dame Dash and goes as far to discredit Cam’s street merit. He even exposes Cam’s relationship with the other Diplomat members and shaky business he’s done in his career. The bars below are my case and point.

“Man the whole f*ckin land know. After that 50 Sh*t you moved to Orlando.” 

“You had that n*gga Jim on the radio like where cam go?”
The song ended with this final jab:

“You’ll always be my B*tch you got my F*ckin name tatted on you.”

Check out The Oracle below and comment your thoughts!


Kur and Dave East Release a Surprise Mixtape

After working together on their single “Thousand Pills,” Kur and Dave Eastrelease a surprise mixtape entitled Born Broke, Die Rich. These two have their own unique rap styles and having them together on a project makes for a dynamic duo. Newest signee to eOne Music, Kur, is building his portfolio. He’s recently released several singles and is keeping his buzz up. Check out their Soundcloud profiles to stay current with their latest projects and tag us on Twitter with your favorite picks from the new tape!