Reason – 15 Grand (Remix) produced By Ootz

Here’s Reasons Track 15 Grand (Remix) Produced by the one and only Ootz.
This track is not new thou but you can go ahead and download it its free below

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Lupe Fiasco adds his two cents on the beat with a track titled “Pound Of Flesh/Paris Tokyo 2.

Drake’s “Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2” instrumental is destined to get a lot of remixes by rappers. Just 24 hours after Nothing Was The Same dropped, the legendary L.OX. crew put their spin on it with “HOOD CAKE.” A few hours later, Lupe Fiasco adds his two cents on the beat with a track titled “Pound Of Flesh/Paris Tokyo 2.” Stepping out of the box a bit, Lupe delivers some aggressive bars in battle rap form. He even gives a nod to other Chicago artists such as Lil Durk, Chief Keef, Chance The Rapper and more.

Listen to it below.

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Black Moss – Somewhere In Durban part II

bout two weeks ago Select play a production crew from Durban put out a remake of Jay Z’s Somewhere in America beat. a week later Beast released a freestyle over the beat called Somewhere in Durban. A week later Black Moss decided to make a part two to the same track. Y’all know Durban cats spit venim by default! Get this heat below.


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J. Cole Producing Songs on New TLC Album

J. Cole’s work with TLC is going to extend past their “Crooked Smile” collaboration. The North Carolina rapper is producing songs on the duo’s upcoming album. Cole shared details about the project with during the iHeart Radio Music Festival Friday (Sept. 20). 

Cole brought members Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas out to perform “Crooked Smile” for the first time live. “Finally we made that happened,” he said. “We couldn’t have picked a better place [than the iHeart Music Festival] to do it at. It’s so huge, this was perfect for them to come out and do that song.”

Adding the R&B icons to his sophomore album, Born Sinner, was a must. “I was such a fan of theirs growing up. I still am,” Cole explained. “It’s like when I made ‘Crooked Smile,’ I instantly thought of them because not only did I miss their voice, but they had these huge positive  records, like ‘Unpretty’ and ‘Waterfalls,’ and I was just like ‘Man, it makes too much sense. I gotta have them on a song like ‘Crooked Smile.'”

If all goes according to plan, he’ll return the favor with their new project. “Hopefully depending on how these songs turn out I got some production on the album that they’re doing,” he continued. “What we’re really planning on doing is to really go in and lock in, because as a producer I know what I can give them. I know what I can bring them, and I know what they need. They don’t need me, but I’ll give them my best material.”

Aside from building his production credits the 28-year-old is busy promoting Born Sinner and recently launched his nationwide What Dreams May Come Tour, inspired by the Robin Williams film about a man’s journey through the afterlife. “Born Sinner was based on that movie conceptually, because if you listen to the album it’s literally like…you[‘re] starting off in hell and trying to make it to heaven. The tour is the same way.”

The tour wraps domestically Nov. 2 at an undisclosed location, which may or may not be New York City. “Contractually I can’t announce anything,” he said of why he hasn’t etched out room for the Big Apple, but assured that a date is on the way. “There’s certain places you just gotta go… New York is one of those ones we definitely gonna come see, I just can’t announce anything for like a few weeks.” 

Cole begins the European leg of What Dreams May Come Nov. 24 in Paris.  

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Stussy 2013 Fall Lookbook

Stussy gives us a look at its Fall menswear lineup with a new lookbook featuring A$AP Illz. Featuring a mix of street, outdoors, and sport-inspired styles, the collection is largely carried by a huge range of warm tops from baseball and varsity jackets to hoodies, shirts and vests. Complementing these pieces is a
range of beanies, camp caps, and the ever-present janitor pants. The palette of this collection opts for more earthtones and burgundy with a shot of blue here and there to mix it up, and although overall less
pattern-oriented than last year’s collection, we do get the Pride Twill shirt — more subdued update of last Fall’s Frontier Shirt — as well as a similarly scenic tonal brown button-up depicting a savanna. To check
out all the looks in detail, check out Stussy’s preview
on its website here.


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