Category Archives: FREE DOWNLOADS
Links to dope free shit on the webs.
If you’ve ever wondered what you get when you mix the sperm of a Queensbridge thoroughbred street poet and the alter ego of a Californian ill loop digga.. Ponder no longer cause here it is; Nasimoto is a mix of Nas accapellas over Quasimoto instrumentals compiled by David Begun. The bearing of this bambino is 21 songs of pure musical delightment, if you’re familiar with these artists then your ears are in for wonders. Hit it from the Get Down!
Merry Christmas everyone.
It’s been a big year and what better way to sign off than with a Chrimbus Funk & Soul Mix. Best thing is…it’s a free download. Hope y’all enjoy it and have a safe and happy Christmas & New Year.
The awesome people over at Dope Folks have just put up for free download a mix of 21 tracks from their catalogue to celebrate their 6 Year Anniversary.
Peep it here…
Quick post to let y’all know that we are have a Soundcloud page that includes free downloads and whatever. Jeah!
The Yokohama charmer, Matty Fresh has been busy tappin’ the pads and put together a tight 7 track instrumental up for free download to kick the year off right. Dope sample selection over some fresh MP drum patterns all tied in with some cool retro interludes. Get your bars up to it and just get down with it.
Shouts to Robbie @ unkut.com for his compilation of 40 favourite’s from 2015. If you got caught up and missed a whole bunch of shit, then this is a good indication of what the year looked like. There’s a couple meh joints in there but who’s got time to argue with another man’s opinion. Track listing and download link below.
01 ‘Day 13’ – Dr. Yen Lo
02 ‘Metal Beard’ – Sean Price feat. Vic Spencer
03 ‘Synergy’ – Jadakiss feat. Styles P
04 ‘Even If’ – Capone-N-Noreaga feat. Tragedy Khadafi
05 ‘The Watch’ – Willie The Kid feat. Royce Da 5’9
06 ‘Life Time’ – Styles P
07 ‘Sweet Chick’ – Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire
08 ‘Junkyard Dogs’ – Czarface feat. Juju
09 ‘Open Fire’ – Clever 1
10 ‘Summer Nine Five’ – Maffew Ragazino
11 ‘No Filter’ – Cormega and Roc Marciano
12 ‘Revolver’ – Da Buze Brovaz feat. Tug McGraw
13 ‘God Praise’ – O.C. and Debonair P
14 ‘True G’ – LUVNY feat. Lord Tariq
15 ‘Everlasting’ – Hus Kingpin and SmooVth
16 ‘Auction’ – Puff Daddy feat. Lil’ Kim, Styles P and King Los
17 ‘The More Things Change’ – Grand Puba
18 ‘Gangsta 2K15’ – Agallah The Don feat. Hus Kingpin
19 ‘Complexion (A Zulu Love)’ – Kendrick Lamar feat. Rapsody
20 ‘We Don’t Play’ – Aim and QNC feat. Grand Puba and Sean Price
21 ‘Extradite’ – Freddie Gibbs feat. Black Thought
22 ‘Drive A Nigga Crazy’ – Rick Ross
23 ‘Pay It Forward’ – J-Live
24 ‘Lively Hood’ – DOOMSTARKS
25 ‘Grey Coupe’ – Courteous L feat. Jacardi Jacobs
26 ‘City of God’ – Rast
27 ‘QU Wordsmith’ – LEX
28 ‘H.I.T.H.’ – The Doppelgangaz
29 ‘Rooted’ – Scarface feat. Papa Reu
30 ‘B.L.O.W.’ – A.G.
31 ‘Circadian Rhythm’ – DUS feat. Eloh Kush
32 ‘Revory (Wraith)’ – Raekwon feat. Ghostface Killah and Rick Ross
33 ‘Sophia Yo’ – Large Pro
34 ‘Sasquatch In a UFO’ – Your Old Droog
35 ‘Glisten’ – R.A.W. (Problemz & DJ Skizz) feat. Lil Fame
36 ‘Clutch’ – Erick Sermon feat. Method Man and Redman
37 ‘Worldwide’ – Method Man feat. Hanz On, Uncle Murda, Chedda Bang
38 ‘Cocaina’ – Milano
39 ‘The Documentary 2’ – The Game
40 ‘Pointy Shoes’ – Ray West and Kool Keith
FREE Download HERE
Merry Christmas everyone!
Run Royal proudly presents it’s 1st official DJ Cut n Paste Mix just in time for Christmas. “The Royal Runners” (Chubba & Heata), have each produced a special Christmas Mix for your day & night shenanigans for the upcoming special day. Heavy on the Funk & Soul tip, the fellas have carefully hand selected tracks from their 45,LP,VHS & DVD collections to bring y’all a mix that reflects the kind of music they want people to hear come Christmas Day. Don’t except the obvious Mariah Buble Sinatra on Death Row played out tunes here. Way deeper than that. More Northern Pole & Funk than candy junk!
It’s a free download so click on the links below and enjoy what the fellas have constructed for the festive season. Much respect Fam and thank-you all for your continued support and interest in the Run Royal website.
“Northern Pole Pt.1” The A.M. Edition ( Heata )
“Northern Pole Pt.2” The P.M. Edition ( Chubba )
Thanks to Cath Pirret for the naming bits. Haha love it.
The Run Royal Family.
(Proof, Jake, Chubba & Heata)
Rest in Peace Bottles!
Calski is back at it with some more of that rawness, this time teaming up with Dialectrix on a new joint titled ‘I Know’. The beat bangs hard like a flyscreen in a cyclone and both Cal and D-Trix come correct with tight flows and witty wordplay to match. ‘I Know’ is available for free download from his soundcloud but capped at 100 dl’s so don’t sleep.
New track we did. Taken from Realizm’s – Scribe of the Occult
DJ Sammy B-Side has meticulously gone through the ever growing High Focus crates and carefully pulled out a delicately balanced selection of bangers and gems from the HF arsenal for your listening pleasure. Stream or download.
The sodden cunt of a man, Billionaire Bunk$ is back like herpes from a weekend with a cracker in Bali. After the somewhat success of Booze Bastards, he come’s through stroking the felt and pissing on cunts Nikes as one would expect. I’m not sure what’s better here, the adlibs at the front and back of the track or the witty puns laced over a classic break. Either way, I’m looking forward to hearing more from this dribble dick. Smart with the word play, he kind of reminds me of our own Sean Price in a way. Top stuff Bunks!
A few years back the Pete Rock tweeted a co-sign for a young dude out the North Cakalak going by the name of Lute, rapping over one of Pete Rocks beats jacked for his mixtape, West1996. I dig the laid back flow.
Haven’t really been checking much since but other than his crews mixtape ‘704’ there’s been a big bit of fuck all, which is a shame.
I’ll leave you with the mixtape that created a buzz. Worth a look incase you missed it.
Check the clip from his Forever FC crew titled, ‘Warning’
I remember years back receiving a textual transmission from my friend and esteemed colleague Proof telling me to check out this blog he’d just discovered called Daily Mathematics. I’d never heard about the blog of which he spoke and in the following text he proceeded to tell me that it was written by a hip hop music attorney and lawyer who wrote these amazing stories about his time within the industry, needless to say i was intrigued. That evening i went to my future wife’s computer and typed Daily Mathematics into its search engine and spent the remainder of the evening glued to the incredible and often hilarious stories on the screen. I stuck with Daily Math for a while, Combat’s insider tales about everyone from Dame Dash to Easy Moe Bee had me hooked, his stories were crack for a confessed rap addict such as myself.
I’ll try not to sound like a Wikipedia entry here but Combat Jack was born Reggie Osse a native New Yorker (Brooklyn to be exact) of Haitian decent. After receiving degree’s from Cornell and Georgetown Law he interned at Def Jam in 1989 where he’d work sample clearances for 3rd Bass’ Cactus Album. From there his credits are endless, after brokering Jay-Z’s first ever deal with Payday Records he’d go on to work with everyone from Bad Boy and Rockerfella to Capone-N-Noreaga and RA The Rugged Man. He also worked as a managing editor at The Source for a minute as well as a very brief stint with MTV, he was hugely involved behind the scenes of a lot of the most popular records of the 90’s. He retired from the music industry unsatisfied and disheartened by its constant fuckery in the early 2000’s.
He started blogging about his time within the industry under the alias of Combat Jack following his retirement and fast gained a following in hip hop blogging’s formative years of 05/06, translating that following on to an online radio show and then on to a prominent hip hop podcast. His broadcast alongside team member and prominent NY sneakerhead Premium Pete is going from strength to strength and has been a weekly must listen for a few years now. The show is an intrinsic look at hip hop and New York culture and i consider it one of the most important documentations we have of hip hop at this point in time. I was a little concerned when Dallas Penn retired from the team last year but the show didn’t miss a beat and has only gotten better in my books.
The guest list over the years is endless, if they were involved in East Coast hip hop anytime from the mid 80’s on then they’ve probably been on the Combat Jack podcast. Recent episodes with Lord Finesse, Freddie Foxxx, Jermaine Dupri, Chuck D, Kane, Cormega and Ice-T have been stellar, jam packed with history, stories and a literal tonne of amazing content. Not to mention episodes with Clark Kent, Bobbito Garcia, photographer Glen Friedman, Spike Lee, the infamous first Dame Dash episode and the episode where Havoc of Mobb Deep said he wrote those tweets about his man Prodigy and that a publicist told him to say he left his phone at a gas station, he continues on essentially calling P a bitch.
No matter how little i know about some of the guests i’m constantly intrigued and usually enthralled by most of the discussions. Like it, follow it, rate it, stream it, listen to it and enjoy it. Go back through the archives and discover something about someone you might know nothing about. The Combat Jack Show is available over at iTunes and Soundcloud and also streams off their website below.