Having been caught Sleeping in Class back in 2011, Los Angeles emcee Casey Veggies has decided to make some serious Life Changes on a brand new, 13-track free album. The project features Booth-approved, lead single “F**k Witchu,” and guests spots from BJ The Chicago Kid, Phil Beaudreau and Dom Kennedy.
Speaking about the new album, Veggies shared the following on his Tumblr: “It took me a long time to grow into this. I feel like this whole time I was searching for something and now I finally found it. Life really does change. Sometimes for the better. Sometimes for the worse. But in the end I feel like we all shall find what we are truly here to do.. stay gold through it all.”
Stereotype was originally recorded late last year with Statik Selektah on the beats, 14 tracks total. Oh No’s flip of the album is a shorter album than the original – seven vocal tracks with some worthwhile Oh No interludes, 30 mins runtime, and the price is nice.
03.Money, Clothes, Hoes (MCH)
04.The Hard (ft. Dana Williams)
05.Kush Cloud (ft. Krayzie Bone and SpaceGhostPurp)
06.Walk In Wit the M.O. (ft. Dom Kennedy)
07.Bout It Bout It (ft. Kirko Bangz)
08.Krazy (ft. Jadakiss and Jay Rock)
10.Boxframe Cadillac (’83 Deville Mix) ft. Z-Ro
11.Middle of The Night (ft. Wayne Blazed)
12.Go For It (ft. Young Jeezy)
13.On Me (ft. Problem)
14.Tell A Friend (ft. Currensy)
15.My Nigga (ft. G-Wiz, D-Edge and Hit)
16.Seventeen (ft. Young Jeezy and Slick Pulla)
17.Breaking Bad (ft. Easy Money)
18.Fuck Them Niggaz
The DJBooth is proud to present the deluxe version of Freddie Gibbs’ new album, Baby Face Killa. The no-tags, deluxe version features bonus tracks, a digital booklet and high quality audio files. Joining Gangster Gibbs on the album are Young Jeezy, Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, Jadakiss, Jay Rock and more. Production is provided by DJ Dahi, Cookin Soul, Statik Selektah, SMKA and others.
The Stussy x Delicious Vinyl Collection celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the LA-based record label. The minor label started in the late 80s and became a major figure in the evolution of hip-hop through the early 90s with acts such as The Pharcyde, Masta Ace, Tone Loc, The Whoridas, Young MC and Brand New Heavies. They continue to maintain working relationships with these early artists and also support the next generation of musical talent including Dom Kennedy and Casey Veggies. For more information, visit stussy.com/stussy-x-delicious-vinyl-25th-anniversary-collection.
01.So Elastic [prod. THC]
02.Been Thuggin [prod. Fly Union]
03.We Ball (ft. Kendrick Lamar) [prod. Chase N Cashe]
04.My Type Of Party [prod. DJ*Dahi]
05.Girls On Stage [prod. THC]
06.Dont Call Me (ft. Too Short) [prod. THC]
07.5.0 Conversations [prod. THC and Polyester]
08.Gold Alpinas (ft. Rick Ross) [prod. DrewByrd]
09.PG Click (ft. Niko G4) [prod. J.Lbs]
10.Lately [prod. Troy Noka]
11.Hangin (ft. Freddie Gibbs) [prod. Polyester]
12.1 25 [prod. DrewByrd]
13.P H [prod. DJ Dahi]
On the heels of 2011’s much-heralded The Original Dom Kennedy, and follow-up From The Westside With Love II, Los Angeles emcee Dom Kennedy has released the Yellow Album. Included on the free project are Booth-approved lead single “My Type of Party” and stand out selection “We Ball” with fellow Los Angeles phenom Kendrick Lamar. Joining the Other People’s Money recording artist on the Yellow Album are Freddie Gibbs, Rick Ross, Too $hort and Troy NōKA. Production credits include Chase N. Cashe, DJ Dahi, Drewbyrd, Fly.Union, J. Lbs, Poly3st3r and THC.