Hip-Hop, Pop, RnB | Qwote

Posted by on December 24, 2011

Quote has broken FNT ground a few times before, but I felt his resume qualified him for a solo post.  Supplying bangers as thick as the back side of this broad, the Miami native has worked with some of the game’s best including Pitbull, Rick Ross, J.R. Rotem, & Jim Jonsin to name a few.  The pop/rnb/hip-hop go getter has a very fluent and bodacious voice that allows him to work so versatilely with all these artists.  I’ve yet to hear Qwote on the radio up in New England, but once people get a shot of this guys music, I have a feeling they’ll be calling for a second round very soon after.  Below is his most recent mixtape, Love Her Lips, highlighted with a few of my favorite cuts.

“My goal is to create a new lane that can bring fresh innovative music that touches the soul and evokes thought, passion, and creativity on another level.”

DOWNLOAD: Qwote – Lover Her Lips [Mixtape]

DOWNLOAD: Qwote ft. Pitbull – Same Shit      HOTTTT

DOWNLOAD: Qwote ft. Royce Da 5’9″ – Hi Rihanna

DOWNLOAD: Qwote ft. Swazy Baby & Ace Hood – We In The Bed

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Hip-Hop, Videos | Will 50 Survive This Rap Game?

Posted by on November 10, 2010

50 Cent fell off the map after his multiplatinum album “Get Rich Or Die Trying”. His follow up projects lacked the clean and deep thug bumping beats found in songs like “Many Men”, “If I Can’t”, and “Wanksta”. GR or DT worked for 50 because he kept it simple and collaborated rap fathers like Nate Dogg, Dre, Snoop, etc. Perhaps his lack of recent success can be credited to the fact that these names are basically non existent. Instead 50’s producing garbage because he’s stuck working with RnB artists like Bobby V, who recently hopped on a track called “Altered Ego” (posted below).

Fortunately, all is not lost because 50’s taking a new approach with his new album. According to the interview posted above, 50 will be hand-picking artists to hop on his tracks rather than doing “forced” collabs in the studio. Hopefully this will result in some more “authentic” sounding 50 songs. His upcoming album, which is a follow-up to 2009’s flop “Before I Self Destruct”, will be 50’s fifth solo release. More importantly, it’ll fulfill his obligation to the Shady/Aftermath label which will offer him some additional creative freedom in the years to come.

Here’s 50’s latest track: Bobby V – Alter Ego ft. 50 Cent

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50 Cent – Wanksta

50 Cent – Candy Shop ft. Olivia

Bonus Hip Hop:
KiD CuDi – Maybe (4.5 Stars) Classic Cudi Track

Nelly – Gone feat Kelly Rowland (Prod by Jim Jonsin) (4 Stars)

T.I. – Dying In Your Arms (Feat. Jazmine Sullivan) (4 Stars)

Cuban Link – Shawty What Your Name Is (Feat. Trey Songz) (3.5 Stars)

Hip-Hop | Pitbull ft. White Stripes- Give Me A Bottle

Posted by on August 7, 2010

Produced by Jim Jonsin. Expect this to knock in clubs. I noticed that we had some fans of our Facebook group who were in the armed services. To those that are fighting for our country, I want to send a huge shout out for the sacrifice you are making for our country. We try to stay away from politics in general, I just wanted to let all the troops who check this site know that we appreciate you for making the ultimate sacrifice.

Pitbull ft. White Stripes- Give Me A Bottle


Albums | Cypress Hill- Armada Latina

Posted by on May 6, 2010

I came across this gem, which I apparently forgot to post about a month ago. The sample sound familiar? We thought so too. Get this, it samples “Crosby, Stills & Nash- Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” Once again, Jim Jonsin was behind the production! This is a must download.

Cypress Hill – Armada Latina (Feat. Marc Anthony And Pitbull) [Prod. By Jim Jonsin]