Action Bronson Ft. LL Cool J & Lloyd Banks – Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix) (CDQ)

Action Bronson Ft. LL Cool J & Lloyd Banks – Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix) (CDQ)

Look in your own backyard and realize there is talent in it. Action Bronson did this with a highly unexpected line-up for “Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix).” LL Cool J drops what might be his best verse in a decade, riding the beat perfectly, and making it clear that he needs to work with Harry Fraud. Lloyd Banks is ill with it as well. Saaab Stories will be on iTunes this Tuesday. Previously: Artwork & Track Listing: Action Bronson & Harry Fraud – Saaab Stories EP Follow @SermonsDomain

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Artwork + Track Listing: LL Cool J – Authentic

Artwork + Track Listing: LL Cool J – Authentic

From the last time we heard about LL Cool J’s 14th studio album, the title was Authentic Hip Hop and the album cover was a little eh. There was literally no buzz, so that February 12 release that once was proposed has now been pushed back until May 7. Not only that, but he dropped the hip-hop and re-did the cover. A track listing also surfaced at one time too, that is being changed to add new songs and replace ones that shouldn’t be there (see: “Ratchet”). Smart move from the G.O.A.T. Update: The album’s track listing has been revealed…. continue reading

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LL Cool J Ft. Snoop Dogg & Fatman Scoop – We Came To Party

LL Cool J Ft. Snoop Dogg & Fatman Scoop – We Came To Party

Did you come to party with two legends and Fatman Scoop hyping it up throughout? LL Cool J may have struck gold a bit with this new single. It’s club friendly and lyrical in ways we know LL and Snoop can do at the same time. Todd Smith also has some words for the critics on “We Came To Party.” There seems to be a lot going on with the record, which can hinder its ability to be more successful. Authentic is coming out May 7. LL Cool J Ft. Snoop Dogg & Fatman Scoop – We Came To Party Previously:… continue reading

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Video: LL Cool J Ft. Joe – Take It

There’s hope for Authentic Hip Hop and it starts with “Take It.” The late night sexing record gets a treatment that fits well into that grown man notion displayed on the song. Trackmasters really did a solid job on the production. His album comes out in February. Previously: LL Cool J Ft. Joe – Take It (Prod. By The Trackmasters) Follow @SermonsDomain

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LL Cool J Ft. Joe – Take It (Prod. By The Trackmasters)

LL Cool J Ft. Joe – Take It (Prod. By The Trackmasters)

If you were in the group that didn’t like “Ratchet” (see: everybody), Todd does himself a great justice with “Take It.” The song is more of the radio single that he’s known for, and it’ll do well, but it may not connect as hard as his past singles. Nice to see that Joe is still around singing the good word. Authentic Hip Hop coming in 2013. Shouts to Nav. Previously: LL Cool J – Ratchet Follow @SermonsDomain

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LL Cool J – Ratchet

LL Cool J – Ratchet

With James Todd Smith, his feet are always in two different fields: acting and music. He, like most rappers-turned-actors, doesn’t have a necessarily great balance but he does a good job whenever he invades either one. “Ratchet” won’t blow you away but it’s pretty much how you’d expect LL to go, subject wise, in 2012. According to his website, Authentic Hip Hop (possible album title?) is coming soon. LL Cool J – Ratchet Previously: LL Cool J Ft. Ne-Yo – No More (Prod. By Rico Love & Jim Jonsin) Follow @SermonsDomain

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