This is just so dope, it’s a classic, it’s just amazing and will lift any high. To enjoy this song, put your volume all the way up, grab your stash, light, and press the play button. Take a few Hits From The Bong and then zone and trip out to this song by Cypress Hill. Hope you take them into consideration and become their fans, cause we sure are. Stay stoned, and keep em rolled. -Daniel
So, Yesterday, Me and Samer decided to go on ahead and attempt to make the famous cross joint. To my surprise, this was more tedious than I thought and dear Lord almighty, it was just so difficult not to rip the paper. Yes, it does look as if though a blind man did this shit, but we didn’t have scissors, just a shitty knife, so that was why it was tough to get a hole through the paper. Note that the joint isn’t as fat as it should be, we didn’t have much weed to fuck with, but we did it, and it hit like a mo’ fucking champ! Just try this shit, no directions/instructions or anything. Do it! - Daniel
Well, Diamond Supply Co. has done it again and has produced another mixtape, this time, it’s actually really tolerable and I, for one, will hint at downloading it, though I must warn of the average-ness this mixtape has. Like The Diamond Life it’s just too generic, but Gerald Walker (the artist) gave this mixtape some umph and it is because of this that this soothing, mainly slow or mid-tempo mixtape is definitely a good one to listen and I am more than positive that it will leave some sort of impression on you (as the listener). Bottom line is: I cannot speak for every damned stingy and indecisive American citizen so just listen to it, and feel free to download it. - Daniel
Holy shit. I can’t help but to just give mad props to this dude, his whole mixtape, if you haven’t caught the drift, is just over the world’s most profitable narcotic, marijuana. Now, he has this song, that just had me laughing out of its pure swag, though some may call it childish-ness, Smokemon, was the name of the song, and it was the Pokemon theme song, but Domo, just wanted to smoke ‘em all (and by “em” I’m sure he meant all the different strains, but who wouldn’t want to smoke all the different strains?) This member of the insanely dope group Odd Future AKA ODFGKTA, Golf Wang, etc. is just a super stoner that has many fans, one being me. I did download his older mixtape titled Rolling Papers, not to be confused with the album from Wiz Khalifa. But this mixtape is sure fire and will NOT disappoint anyone who loves slow, classic weed music. All of it is just madness, and just genius. Anyways, download it, roll up to it, and listen to it while high, or sober, take your pick. - Daniel
We all know of the famous song that was just sick and practically pioneering to hip hop the way we know it now. The song is The Breaks by none other than the dope, slick man himself Kurtis Blow. Well, he has a son, Kurtis Blow Jr, yes a junior. This kid has come up to his name and owned up to it, with the success of his debut mixtape Californication, the kid has not let people down with his lyricism. I, for one, do enjoy his lyrics and his efforts. Well, Kurtis Blow Jr came up with another mixtape titled Champagne Dreams and Purple Clouds and it is just nothing but smokers music; IT’S JUST DOPE! I cannot emphasize how much I like the simplicity of the new mixtape, it is very similar to his debut mixtape, but damn it works. To lay out this music, imagine The Weeknd's music but like a young rapper's slow voice to it, and the lyrics, well, let's just say that the right words are chosen but other songs are just straight hitters and just dope. His flow is everywhere and bottom line is: This mixtape is a must in any collection, and please, download his first one. Whether or not the kid will survive the “rap game” I am not sure, but I wouldn't mind seeing more of his music. - Daniel
"Diamond Supply Co. & Rockstar Ent. proudly present Rocky Diamonds “The Diamond Life” this is the newest and most anticipated mixtape from Rocky to date. The mixtape features all original music with production handled by TecBeatz, Super Miles, Young Shay, Drum Gang & More. Features range from Philadelphia’s own “Freeway” & RnB sensation “LaRon”. Download/Stream below and Back cover after the jump."
This is Just like any other hip-hop mixtape, but you can’t help but to find yourself imagining the nice crisp, clean, fresh life that you’d like to have or get close to when you listen to this. Yes, I can say that I would love to own more Diamond Supply shirts or more The Hundreds shirts, but in this economy? Damn, I do like the use of just normality or basic-ness in this mixtape though, we all do need some sort of norm or just a break and go back to radio hits. So here it is, The Diamond Life. - Daniel
Lil B does it once again, bringing more based music.. I have got to say that this mixtape is just dope, he sounds so bored, and high, but more importantly BASED! It’s a hard mixtape to explain, but it is a good one to add to your based collection, and it’s great to bump to the shitty radio in your old car when you’re high as shit with some friends. Just download this fucker and be happy. Stay based mother fuckers! SWAG! - Daniel
We all know of the JETS group that was founded by none other than the great Curren$y. The JET life isn’t for everyone, but for those who have taken the call, we know of what is expected and what’s simply just dope. We also happen to know of the features from the mixtapes of Curren$y, some like Street Wiz, Corner Boy P, Young Roddy and Trademark (the skydiver). It’s sad to know that there is another gem that isn’t even looked at. That other gem is the one and only Fiend, also known as International Jones. He has been out waaay before the JETS group was even made, but recently his works have been dope as hell. As you saw from the video, he’s just a big-ass dude with a lot of dopeness. Want more? Check out his 3 latest mixtapes:
Do you Like Big K.R.I.T? Does the south mean more to you than waka flocka? Is there more to pimping than meets the eye? I know that GLC isn’t known all the much, but damn is his mixtape bumpin, it’s just a dope as fuck mixtape that is seriously smoker friendly. His delivery is soft, slick, brilliant and just smoker friendly. I can roll to this, light to this and enjoy my high to this mixtape. GLC reminds me, though he IS NOT, of Curren$y, he is just this dope as fuck dude, like quiet kid in class that sits in the back, doesn’t talk much, but smokes, a lot. I present his most recent mixtape that is somewhat old (released in august) titled I Know Who You Pimped Last Summer.
You have multiple friends, they all have quick cash, they all can pitch in putting 5 on it. Luniz made a song that is just about well known to everyone, I mean even some young ass middle school kids know it. Weed, it’s getting more pricey, so 5 won’t cut it, especially in Texas, so make it 10 and that’s a half a g for every individual! The math is simple, so go find some friends and have a dope-ass time. -Daniel
Stacy Barthe is simply dope and damn she has a voice. I typically listen to hyphy or based shit, but there are some exceptions. I do have a wide spectrum of music that is tolerable. This mixtape happens to fall in the spectrum and it is worth the download if you like R&B and creativity. It’s a well made mixtape that flows extremely well and can be associated with almost anyone, so just try it and if it isn’t soothing to you, go see a doctor, or delete the damn songs (but see a doctor first). - Daniel