HATE: Every Man’s Muse

HATE: Every Man's Muse

DJ Argue Job – HATE: Every Man’s Muse (Extremely Obnoxious Version)

A NEW MIXTAPE FROM D-D-D-D-D-D-J-J-J-J ARGUE JOB complete with air horns, explosions, gunshots, and haters! Look out for appearances from Rebecca Black, Snooky, Dave Chapelle, Michael Jordan, Teddy Holtby, Katt Williams, that aggravated ginger kid, and DJ Argue Job himself!

Devin The Dude    What A Job (Feat. Snoop Dogg & Andre 3000)
Death Grips    Lord of the Game (ft. Mexican Girl)
Jaylib    Champion Sound
The Notorious B.I.G.    Notorious Thugs feat Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
Risskant De Woordvoerder & Anonymouz    Krakende Sh*T
Method Man    Meth Vs. Chef (Feat. Raekwon)
Touch    Prairie Rap
Max Prime & Marc Pause    Old Brothers
Ryan Leslie    Gibberish
Shawty Lo    Dey Know (Remix) ft. Ludacris, Young Jeezy, Plies, Lil Wayne
Mitchmatic    D-Bags ft.Mikey Maybe and The Joe
Flash Bang Grenada    Moisturizer
Durrty Goodz    Oi Wot U Lookin’ At
Collie Buddz    Blind To You
Cadence Weapon    Rotten Guts (with Shuttle)
Yelawolf    Good To Go ft. Bun B
RasulSyed    Weird
@Peace    Nobody
DJ Cosm    Cosm Mega ft. Kazmega
Action Bronson    Set It Off
Curren$y    Prioritize (feat. Nesby Phips)
Lil B    Motivation

If for some reason all the air horns and gun cocking sounds interrupt your hip hop experience, HERE IS AN UNADULTERATED VERSION (Part 1, Part 2, there’s a lot of rap songs here) with some bonus tracks that I wanted to squeeze in but couldn’t fit!

Dedicated to the CBT.

DJ Cosm – Time and Space

In what may be the best hip hop record to come out of Alberta this year, DJ Cosm finally drops his long awaited solo piece. This sixteen track album is stracked with dozens of incredible emcees tearing up Cosm’s 94′ golden era vibes and back-in-the-day turntablism. He’s got the old Dragon Fli Empire homie Teekay on two jams. Other than that we’ve got two jams with Boston’s Insight (one of my all time favorite rappers), the previously blogged about swagger master Rasul Syed, rap legends Craig G and Prince Po, Oakland’s Raashan Ahmad, and Canadian mainstays like Moka Only, Touch, Ghettosocks, and Calgary homies Cam the Wizard and KLH Ali. Edmonton’s producer DJ extrordinaire DJ Nato also holds it down on “Learn From Mistakes” with Insight. Qwazaar tears up one of Cosm’s smoothest beats on “Better World.” The highlight jam is without question Kazmega’s collaboration, “Cosm Mega,” which was released as the single about a year ago and received lots of loving argument on this blog. It remains the jam to beat. Every single line is a gut buster and the vibration is so 88 it makes me puke neon. “Dragon Punch my way through life / the new floor is the old ceiling!” DOES IT GET BETTER THAN THAT?

Arguing With Everyone Vol. 3

Arguing With Everyone Vol. 3
Arguing With Everyone Volume Three

1. Sparrow by Tyler Butler
2. How’s Everyone by T H O M A S
3. Belong by The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
4. Bull Elk by Royal Bangs
5. Give Up That Dog by Brazilian Money
6. Other Side by Family Portrait
7. Really Realize by Lab Coast
8. Only Fun by Slam Dunk
9. You’re The One by Silly Kissers
10. Long Time Girl by René Sugarglider Wilson
11. Lofticries by Purity Ring
12. Shroom Music by Quasimoto
13. Roll Out by Rasul Syed
14. Unassisted by Rasco
15. Moon Shadow by The Pine Hill Haints
16. I Got Pretty Mad Today by Ben Corno
17. Runner Ups by Kurt Vile

I apologize now for anything Quasimoto, Rasul Syed, or Rasco might say.

Rasul Syed – The Conversation Mixtape

From Montreal via Calgary, Rasul Syed has a dialed swagger that floats somewhere above the factions and pigeon holes that would like to slap their tags on him. I’m trying to get a feel for what this guy is about, just copped his album today, still trying to comprehend his philosophies on rap, but no matter how you dice it, this guy is NICE with a microphone. His vibrations are major chill while still being swagged to the fifth dimension. Give this album a look and if it pleases you, spend a couple bucks on it. And it’s free if yr feeling poor. This is the kind of mixtape that makes you pine for the full length. His voice is redolent of Lupe Fiasco. It’s got this levity that sounds as though achieved by holding a full chest full of oxygen and not wanting to let it out. Serious cool. Everyone ought to keep their eye out for this man.