Saturday, December 27, 2008


NEW December 26

Lil Wayne - Her Hair Black (1:14)

Usher Feat Jazze Pha - Block Blockin (Prod By Jazze Pha) (1:20) VERY HOTTTTT

Ya Boy Feat San Quinn & Shag Nasty - We G's (3:17) VERY HOTTTTT

Freeway - As I Ever Been (Feat. Hesikiya) (Prod. Oddisee) (3:32) HOTTTTT

Jagged Edge - Wanna Be Your Lover (2:00) HOTTTTT

Jay Rock, Papoose, Stacy Adams, Grafh, Joell Ortiz - East Meets West (6:06) HOTTTTT

Jagged Edge - Girl At Home (1:40) HOTTTTT

Nikki Smith - Turn Me Loose (Remix) (Ft. N.O.R.E.) (3:19) HOTTTTT

K. Young - Save A Little Room (Prod. By Flo) (3:30)

Curren$y - Life's A Bitch (Feat. Mistah FAB) (4:04)

Beyonce - Halo (Remix) (Ft. ATM) (4:29)

NEW December 25

Akon - The Reason (Ft. Bobby Moon) (3:42)

Rihanna Ft. Ray L - Emergency Room (3:49) VERY HOTTTTT This song has been circulatin sayin it's featurin Akon, but it doesn\t sound like him to me, sounds more like Ray L. I could be wrong.

DMX - Y'all Niggaz (Prod. By Jim Jonsin) (2:34) HOTTTTT

Freeway Ft. Neesh - For The Better (Prod. By Blunt) (3:38) HOTTTTT

Young Chris - Status Of The Game (2:49) HOTTTTT

Akon - Dream Girl (Ft. Taye Diggs) (3:27) HOTTTTT

Nelly - Spaz Out (3:40) HOTTTTT

MIMS Ft. Biggie - Bread N Butta (3:45) HOTTTTT

Tydis Feat. Chingy - My Lady (Prod. By TrakStarz) (3:12) HOTTTTT

Ray L - We Pimpin' (3:40) HOTTTTT

Ciara - Slow Down (Remix) (Feat. 50 Cent) (3:20) HOTTTTT

Karl Wolf - Triple R (Ft. Snoop Dogg) (3:56)

Ne-Yo - Hard To Breathe (Pussycat Dolls Demo) (3:39)

J-Hood - Mama Said (4:17)

London - Boo Hoo (3:38)

Young Steff - Showin Off (3:51)

NEW December 24

Ya Boy Ft. T-Pain - So Mean (4:09)

Fat Joe - Winding On Me (Ft. Ron Browz & Lil Wayne) (4:15) VERY HOTTTTT

DJ Drama Ft. The Dream, LA The Darkman, & Too Short - Tipper Love (4:36) VERY HOTTTTT

Jim Jones - Scarz (3:20) VERY HOTTTTT

Ricky Blaze Ft. Punch, Red Cafe, Ron Browz, & Nicki Minaj - Feel Free (4:45) HOTTTTT

Swizz Beatz - Get Loose (feat. Fat Man Scoop) (3:41) HOTTTTT

Kanye West Ft Rosco - Heartless Remix (3:31) HOTTTTT

Yung Joc Ft. Monica - Ridah (4:30) HOTTTTT

Plies - Gon' Do (2:04) HOTTTTT

Teairra Mari Ft. Pleasure P - Hunt 4 You (4:11) HOTTTTT

Mims - Move (3:09) HOTTTTT

Git Fresh - Bonified Freak (Prod. By Capo Decina) (Remake) (3:42) HOTTTTT

Bangladesh - Adidas (2:27) HOTTTTT

Chingy - Money Motivation (3:07) HOTTTTT

Freeway - There You Go (Prod. By Don Cannon) (3:54) HOTTTTT

Sterling Simms - Let Her Go (3:20)

Flo-Rida - Swagger Like Us Freestyle (1:52)

Bow Wow - Jumpin Out The Window Freestyle (2:40)

Lloyd Banks - Do It For This Block (2:59)

Beyonce - Why Dont You Love Me (3:37)

NEW December 23

Kay L - Rockstar (2:55)
VERY HOTTTTT Damnnnn!!!! Don't Sleep On This One!!!! Another Banger From Ill Will & Rockstar.

DJ Drama Ft. Akon, Snoop Dogg, & T.I. - Day Dreaming (Remix) (3:47) VERY HOTTTTT

Marsha Ambrosius Feat. The Game - Murdah (Prod By Focus) (4:26) VERY HOTTTTT

Marleik - Actin Brand New (4:36) VERY HOTTTTT

Block Xchange - Freak U Out (Prod. by Xcel) HOTTTTT Fixed Link. This is the real song.

Keri Hilson Ft. Busta Rhtymes - Turnin Me On (Remix) (4:10) HOTTTTT

Flo Rida - On & On (3:42) HOTTTTT

Flo Rida - Go Hard Freestyle (1:01) HOTTTTT

Omega Ft. Jody Breeze - Call Girl (3:37) HOTTTTT

Freeway - Do It To Death (Prod. By Trife) (3:25) HOTTTTT

NEW December 22

T-Wayne - He Raps, He Sings (Live) (2:01)
Live Version

Self Scientific - For The J's Ft Krondon & Phil Da Agony (3:14) HOTTTTT

Drag-On Feat. Cassidy - Drugs (3:51) HOTTTTT

Block Xchange - Freak U Out (Prod. by Xcel) (3:49) HOTTTTT

Flo Rida - Right Round (3:25) HOTTTTT

Gucci Mane - Do It (Ft. Yung L.A.) (Prod. By Zaytoven) (4:20) HOTTTTT

Chubbie Baby - Lethal Weapons (Ft. Freeway & Young Chris) (3:19) HOTTTTT

Crooked I - Crooked Go Hard (3:49) HOTTTTT

Big Kuntry King Ft. Shawty Red - By The End Of The Night (4:03) HOTTTTT

Savage - Ridin' High (Feat Sean P Of Youngbloodz) (3:23)

Chubbie Baby - Feelin It Freestyle (2:41)

Cassie - Summer Charm (2:58)

NEW December 21

DJ Class Ft. Jermaine Dupri & Trey Songz - I'm The Ish (Remix) (3:30)

DJ MoonDawg Presents Drew Sidora Ft Sly Polaroid- - Not Alone (Yung Berg Diss) (3:46) VERY HOTTTTT

DJ G Ft. Blac-E-Blac - I Go Ham (2:53) VERY HOTTTTT

Freeway - Long Money (Prod. By Sapp) (3:19) HOTTTTT

Sean Paul - Home Alone (Prod. by Cookin Soul) (3:30) HOTTTTT

Swizz Beatz - Showtime (Prod. by Cookin Soul) (2:41)


Rank Artist - Title
1 The Game Feat. Lil' Wayne - My Life (Prod. By Cool N Dre)
2 T.I. - Whatever You Like (Prod. By Jim Jonsin)
3 Young Jeezy Ft. Jay-Z - Put On (Remix)
4 Ludacris - Wish You Would (ft. T.I.)
5 The Game - Superman (Prod. By Just Blaze)
6 Gorilla Zoe Ft. Lil Wayne - Lost (Prod. By Drumma Boy)
7 Sean P Of The Youngbloodz - I'm A Hoodstar
8 Ice Cube feat. The Game & WC - Get Used To It
9 Nifty - Drop That (Produced by New Hotness)
10 Gym Class Heroes Feat. The Dream - Cookie Jar
11 Maino Feat. T.I., Plies, Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss & Fabolous - Hi Hater
12 Tyga Ft. Lil Wayne & Rich Boy - Coconut Juice (Remix)
13 Young Jeezy - Crazy World
14 Clyde Carson, Sean Kingston and The Game - In Da Club (Prod. By
J.R. Rotem)
15 Nate Walka - Ridiculous
16 Ja Rule Feat. Robin Thicke - Pushin It
17 Hectic feat Hot Dollar - On the Westside
18 Ya Boy - They Know Me
19 Young Trizo - Stunt Like This (Feat. Ammo & Cash)
20 Jody Breeze - Dis Mornin (Prod. By Marvelous J)

Rihanna Good Girl Gone Bad:The Remixes Album Cover

A deluxe version of Rihanna’s “Good Girl Gone Bad” album called Good Girl Gone Bad: Deluxe Edition Featuring Dance Remixes will be released on January 27.The is the 100000th re-re-re-release of “Good Girl Gone Bad”,LOL.The track listing is below.
Disc 1:

1. “Umbrella” (featuring Jay-Z) (Christopher Stewart, Terius Nash, Kuk Harrell, Shawn Carter) – 4:35
2. “Push Up on Me” (J. R. Rotem, Makeba Riddick, Lionel Richie, Cynthia Weil) – 3:15
3. “Don’t Stop the Music” (Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel S. Eriksen, T. Dabney, Michael Jackson) – 4:27
4. “Breakin’ Dishes” (Christopher Stewart, Terius Nash) – 3:20
5. “Shut Up and Drive” (Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken, Stephen Morris, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert) – 3:33
6. “Hate That I Love You” (featuring Ne-Yo) (Shaffer Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel S. Eriksen) – 3:39
7. “Say It” (Makeba Riddick, Quaadir Atkinson, Ewart Brown, Clifton Dillon, Lowell Dunbar, Brian Thompson) – 4:10
8. “Sell Me Candy” (Terius Nash, Makeba Riddick, Timothy Mosley) – 2:45
9. “Lemme Get That” (Terius Nash, Timothy Mosley, Shawn Carter) – 3:41
10. “Rehab” (featuring Justin Timberlake) (Justin Timberlake, Timothy Mosley, Hannon Lane) – 4:54
11. “Question Existing” (Shaffer Smith, Shea Taylor, Shawn Carter) – 4:06
12. “Good Girl Gone Bad” (Shaffer Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Lene Marlin) – 3:33
13. “Cry” – 3:55 (non-U.S. bonus track)

Disc 2:

1. “Umbrella” (featuring Jay-Z) [Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel Remix]
2. “Shut Up and Drive” [The Wideboys Club Mix]
3. “Breakin’ Dishes” [Soul Seekerz Remix]
4. “Don’t Stop the Music” [The Wideboys Club Mix]
5. “Question Existing” [The Wideboys Club Mix]
6. “Hate That I Love You” (featuring Ne-Yo) [K-Klassic Remix]
7. “Push Up on Me” [Moto Blanco Club Mix]
8. “Good Girl Gone Bad” [Soul Seekerz Remix]
9. “Haunted” [Steve Mac Classic Mix]
10. “Say It” [Soul Seekerz Remix]
11. “Cry” [Steve Mac Classic Mix]
12. “SOS” [Digital Dog Remix]

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Plies new album "Da Realist"

Success hasn't changed Plies; it has just made him more real. After selling over a half million copies of his 2007 debut album, "THE REAL TESTAMENT," the rapper hailing from the streets of Fort Myers, Florida returns with the release of his sophomore set, "DEFINITION OF REAL." "I feel like what I try to stand for in this game and what I reflect and represent is the extinct individuality in terms of being real," explains Plies. "It was only right for me to embody my sophomore album with the whole definition of what I like to call real. It's a term that I looked up and I dissected and I feel like it fits me as a person; better than any term I ever ran across."

For most artists, being real is something their record labels invest marketing dollars in, but for Plies it just comes naturally. With so many of today's rappers claiming to be real, what is it that makes Plies different? It's a question only he can answer.

"The definition of real is based on who you choose to ask," explains Plies. "A lot of ni***s think being real is how many times you done been to prison or how many ni***s you done murked in the streets. I beg to differ," he says. "For me, real is being a responsible father, being a support system for my homies that's fucked up in the system, staying true to my beliefs, and staying loyal to the ni***s who done been with me for so many years."

Plies' main motivation is his brother and label CEO Big Gates, who is currently doing time in a federal penitentiary. "My brother being locked up is the biggest pill I had to swallow in my life," admits Plies." I never respected another human being as much as I respect my brother," he says. "You have a n***a that went fed a couple of years ago, but not only did he go fed, he took it for the team. I never had a person a part of my life that stood for what he stands for." It's the love for his brother Big Gates that ultimately fuels Plies' drive.

With less than a year between releases, Plies looks to redefine a term that the majority of his hip-hop peers take lightly. "With ‘THE REAL TESTAMENT,' I feel like I opened some doors and created opportunities that I would have never been able to musically," says the rapper. "I never made music that didn't embody who I am as a person, so for me to have the blessings to come back in just ten months and continue to feed the streets, I know how privileged I am that ni***s still wanna hear me." And with that undying support and admiration from his fans, "DEFINITION OF REAL" is shaping up to be one of hip-hop's most anticipated releases of 2008.

Led by a pair of powerful singles, Plies has created an unstoppable movement with "Bust It Baby, Part1" and "Bust It Baby, Part 2." The two-part ode to the women who have supported the rapper's career goes beyond mere radio records. Instead, Plies has an unprecedented marketing campaign that is sure to keep him at the forefront of hip-hop. "To have the female following that I got is something that is indescribable," he says. "When you got 2,500 people at a venue and 1,500 of them motherfuckers are all females and the other 1,000 are the hardest working street ni***s – to have the best of both worlds is something that I haven't seen musically in a long long time." The first installment of the series is a southern-cooked dedication to the rapper's faithful female fan base, while the second part is a larger-than-life tribute featuring production from JR Rotem and an infectious hook by R&B superstar Ne-Yo. If 2007's "Shawty" was a pop-hit with a ghetto twist, then "Bust It Baby, Part 2" is that to the tenth power.

For most artists, catering to such a diverse fan base can be tricky, but for Plies it comes effortlessly. In the contemplative "Worth Goin' Fed For," Plies debates the perils of street life. And with the heart-wrenching "Somebody Loves You," Plies reassures that no matter what's going on in life, there's always someone there for you. "Who Hotter Than Me" most definitely serves the hood, where Plies carries his signature swag and declares the streets on lock. And the Trey Songz assisted "I'm the Man" stands perfectly side-by-side with the super-raunchy "I Feel Like Fuckin'," making "DEFINITION OF REAL" a complete and balanced album, much like Plies' debut.

Still, don't expect too many features on the album, as Plies pledges to give his fans exactly what they pay for. "There ain't no other rappers on my album, that's important for me. I don't believe in having seven or eight features on an album – to me that's a compilation album." So, much like Plies' debut album, "DEFINITION OF REAL" only boasts R&B features. "I think I'm alright when it comes to talking about certain issues, so I don't really need the support of n****s to help me fulfill that vision.

"I never try to be defined by how many records I sell. I think it's more important for my mark to be made on what I stand for," says Plies.

Da REAList

Week in review: 100 most streamed songs

Ne-Yo, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Iron and Wine and Beyonce all made it into the top 10 this week. See who else is climbing the charts in this week's top 100 song playlist.

Top Tracks on imeem week of 12.19.08

Exclusive album premiere: Sterling Simms' "Yours, Mine & The Truth"

Sterling Simm's new album is a welcome detour from the usual scenarios laid down by his R&B contemporaries. “Yours, Mine and the Truth” isn’t in stores until next week, but you can listen to the full album –including the new single "All I Need" featuring Jadakiss

Yours, Mine & The Truth

Prince leaks four new songs from his upcoming album on LA radio

Minneapolis funk rebel Prince debuted four new tracks earlier today on Indie 103.1 slated to be on his upcoming album. Word has it that Prince is without a record label and wants nothing to do with record labels, so he’s meeting with people to figure out how to operate at his level without one. And according to Rolling Stone, Prince’s new album is finished, but he is looking for a non-record label medium in which to release it.

4 new Prince tunes

Celebrate the holidays with Snoop

Run DMC, Snoop Dogg and Jim Jones have all recorded hip hop holiday songs. If you haven't heard them yet you need to check out this playlist of unexpected holiday music.


The Creation of Freedom & what it means to you.