terry urban’s form of celebration comes in an okayplayer hosted/sponsored mixtape in me and mr. jones. urban always delivers when it comes to these mashup tapes, as him and cookin’ soul are among the very few who i trust. download it via OKP.
well the internet strikes again. if you hadn’t known already, swizz beatz’ production on this joint found himself sampling justice’s d.a.n.c.e. and terry urban and dj eloy have put together this nice little clip of the two videos merging/birthing the sample. it’s pretty neat, and i’m into it.
today marks the birthday of the late, forever great, james dewitt yancey aka j dilla. in remembrance, producer terry urban has put together a series of unreleased blends he did in recent years that includes jay-z, kanye, nas, clipse, common, mob deep, and more (full tracklisting under the cut). happy birthday, dilla.
i’m gonna keep it 100. i’m probably not gonna listen to this mixtape (there’s just so much shit out there, ya’ll.) , but i know some folks who can dig this and get into it. cleveland native chip tha ripper is makin’ waves with folks nowadays and since he just came off of some much needed steam from his first single, here’s a mixtape to follow it up. one thing i can definitely get with is the artwork, though. obvious, but slick concept nonetheless.
mick boogie and terry urban are behind the release of this one, and that’s a well-oiled machine. tracklisting after the jump.
since ya boys at WWM will be heading down to austin this weekend for the sxsw festivities (with huge hopes of catching the kanye performance) i caught this mixtape floating around. sxsw-themed, mick boogie and terry urban put out a mixtape of rappers from the ATL who’ll be doin’ it big in austin.
should be a good one. MB/TU haven’t put out many poor mixtapes.