#CellJam Episode 63 – The Shift! – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 63 – The Shift! – #HipHop Mixshow

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*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by Wale, 03 Greedo, Big K.R.I.T., Post Malone and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.

Tracklist

Don’t Go Breaking My Heart Ft. Demi Lovato – Q-Tip
Its All On You (Remix) Ft. Snoop Dogg x Dr. Dre – Iron Omega
Fine Ass – Kalan FrFr
Blackout – Digiwaxx
Rap Up 2018 – Uncle Murda
Run For Yo Life – 03 Greedo
FLUSH – Abhi The Nomad
FEUD Ft. Sherm – Abhi The Nomad
Sartender – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
10 Spin Da Block Ft. Kodak Black – 22Gz
11 Splashin – Rich The Kid
12 Spray Ft. Tyga x YG – Sneakk
13 Pissed – Saweetie
14 Dip (Remix) Ft. Nicki Minaj – Tyga
15 Move It – Nya Lee
16 Pick Yourself Up – Big K.R.I.T.
17 That Bih – Qveen Herby
18 2nd To None Ft. 2 Chainz – Dreezy
19 So Fine Ft. Haile – Avelino
20 Shea Butter Baby Ft. J Cole – Ari Lennox
21 Yernin – Sevyn Streeter
22 Feelings – SNS
23 Winter Wars – Wale
24 Wow – Post Malone
25 9th Vs. Thought – Black Thought
26 Cops Shot The Kid – Nas
27 Gin & Drugs Ft. Problem – Wiz Khalifa
28 Highway Ft. DJ Premier – Jamo Gang
29 Forever – Blac Younsta
30 Nice And Slow Ft. Lil Dred – Ball Dreezy
31 All Eyez On Me Ft. Ty Dolla Sign – Rich Rick
32 Same B***hes Ft. G-Eazy x YG – Post Malone
33 In A Minute – Mad Skills
34 Day Ones – Lex Lu
35 Whistle Ft. Too Short – John Hart
36 Throw Your Ass Out – Duckwrth

*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by Wale, 03 Greedo, Big K.R.I.T., Post Malone and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.

Dicaprio 2 – JID (Album Review) #CellReviews

Dicaprio 2 – JID (Album Review) #CellReviews

After the success of Dicaprio which can be found on Soundcloud only, you will be forgiven if you did not know Dicaprio existed. Dicaprio 2 is the album that has been greatly talked about with JID being dubbed as the hottest prospect to come out of 2018 after the release of Dicaprio 2. Celly disects and reviews the album for you to see whether its worth listening to.

Song Credit:

I won’t run away – Orchestra

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#CellJam Episode 62 – Sharpshooters – The Hitlist pt.2 – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 62 – Sharpshooters – The Hitlist pt.2 – #HipHop Mixshow

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***Its the second instalment to our 2018 hitlist! On this episode, we not just play the slept on hits from 2018 but also, we give you the artists that can have an impact and a big year in 2019. This episode featured music from YG, Denzel Curry, Rich The Kid, Nipsey Hussle, Fat Joe, Lil Duval, Travis Scott, Kids See Ghost and much more! We also Abhi The Nomad’s latest track, “FLUSH” in our new music section.

Tracklist

  1. ASAP Forever Ft. Moby – ASAP Rocky
  2. Westbrook Ft. ASAP Ferg  – JID
  3. Sumo – Denzel Curry
  4. Moonwalk Ft. Moneybagg Yo – Zoey Dollaz
  5. New Freezer Ft. Kendrick Lamar – Rich The Kid
  6. Nonstop – Drake
  7. Sacrifice (Lady Gaga) – Doeshun
  8. A Rose In Harlem – Teyana Taylor
  9. Ghost – Jaden Smith
  10. Bare Hair – Dej The Ego
  11. Flush – Abhi The Nomad
  12. Big Bank Ft. 2 Chainz – YG
  13. Do It For Free Ft. E-40 – Prince Newman
  14. Paramedic Ft. Kendrick Lamar – SOB X RBE
  15. Dangerous World Ft. YG x Travis Scott – DJ Mustard
  16. Doc Brown – Tracey Lee
  17. Caterpillar Ft. Eminem – Royce Da 5’9
  18. Going Bad Ft. Drake – Meek Mill
  19. Hot Damn Ft. Method Man – Blimes Brixton
  20. Come Correct – Gifted Gab x Blimes Brixton
  21. My Life Ft. Coolio Da’Unda’Dogg – Gifted Gab
  22. Grinding All My Life – Nipsey Hussle
  23. Loved Ones Ft. Rapsody – PRhyme
  24. Pick It Up Ft. Dre – Fat Joe
  25. New Thang – French Montana x Remy Ma
  26. Something New ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Wiz Khalifa
  27. Smile Ft. Ball Dreezy x Snoop Dogg – Lil Duval
  28. Coffee Bean – Travis Scott
  29. Reborn – Kids See Ghosts

***Its the second instalment to our 2018 hitlist! On this episode, we not just play the slept on hits from 2018 but also, we give you the artists that can have an impact and a big year in 2019. This episode featured music from YG, Denzel Curry, Rich The Kid, Nipsey Hussle, Fat Joe, Lil Duval, Travis Scott, Kids See Ghost and much more! We also Abhi The Nomad’s latest track, “FLUSH” in our new music section.

#CellJam Episode 61 – Sharpshooters – The Hitlist pt.1 – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 61 – Sharpshooters – The Hitlist pt.1 – #HipHop Mixshow

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Tracklist

Tracklist

  1. Pistol On My Side Ft. Lil Wayne – Swizz Beatz
  2. SwizzMontana – Swizz Beatz x French Montana
  3. Zeze – Kodak Black
  4. Gravy Ft. – Loaded Lux 
  5. Spray Ft. Tyga x YG – Sneakk
  6. Chase Down The Bully – Ice Cube
  7. Bad – Iamsu!
  8. On God Ft. Belly – The Diplomats
  9. Automatic – Freddie Gibbs
  10. Rare Breed – Dave East x Styles P
  11. Intoxicated Ft. Raekwon x Method Man x Macy Gray – Ol’ Dirty Bastard
  12. Tap Out Ft. Jeremih – Jay Rock (Redemption: Cell’s 5th Choice For Album Of The Year)
  13. Kings Dead Ft. Kendrick Lamar x Future – Jay Rock
  14. Rotation 112th – Jay Rock
  15. Grinding All My Life – Nipsey Hussle (Victory Lap: Cell’s 4th Choice For Album Of The Year)
  16. Dedication Ft. Kendrick Lamar – Nipsey Hussle
  17. Last time That I Checc Ft. YG – Nipsey Hussle
  18. Get Outlined – Black Thought (Streams Of Thought Vol.2: Cell’s 3rd Choice for Album Of The Year)
  19. Streets Ft. Tish Hyman – Black Thought
  20. The New Grit – Black Thought
  21. Summer On Lock Ft. Pusha T, Jadakiss x Fabolous – Royce Da 5″9 (The Book Of Ryan: Cell’s 2nd Choice for Album Of The Year)
  22. Caterpillar ft. Eminem – Royce Da 5″9
  23. Come Back Baby – Pusha T (DAYTONA: Cell’s 1st Choice for Album Of The Year)
  24. Santaria Ft. Valee – Pusha T
  25. What Would Meek Do Ft. Kanye West – Pusha T
  26. Ride Good Ft. B Smyth – Lightskinkeisha
  27. Have I Ever – Lili Caseley
  28. Luh Ya – Marsha Ambrosius
  29. 24-7 Ft. Ella Mai – Meek Mill

***It is our end of year special and for this episode, we are playing nothing but the hits of 2018! This is the first part of our two part series because we have a lot of hits to share with you! Music this week from Kodak Black, ASAP Rocky, Jay Rock, Black Thought and more! 

#CellJam – Episode 60 – The Yearbook (Top 5 Albums of the Year) – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam – Episode 60 – The Yearbook (Top 5 Albums of the Year) – #HipHop Mixshow

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Tracklist

Tracklist

  1. Pistol On My Side Ft. Lil Wayne – Swizz Beatz
  2. SwizzMontana – Swizz Beatz x French Montana
  3. Zeze – Kodak Black
  4. Gravy Ft. – Loaded Lux 
  5. Spray Ft. Tyga x YG – Sneakk
  6. Chase Down The Bully – Ice Cube
  7. Bad – Iamsu!
  8. On God Ft. Belly – The Diplomats
  9. Automatic – Freddie Gibbs
  10. Rare Breed – Dave East x Styles P
  11. Intoxicated Ft. Raekwon x Method Man x Macy Gray – Ol’ Dirty Bastard
  12. Tap Out Ft. Jeremih – Jay Rock (Redemption: Cell’s 5th Choice For Album Of The Year)
  13. Kings Dead Ft. Kendrick Lamar x Future – Jay Rock
  14. Rotation 112th – Jay Rock
  15. Grinding All My Life – Nipsey Hussle (Victory Lap: Cell’s 4th Choice For Album Of The Year)
  16. Dedication Ft. Kendrick Lamar – Nipsey Hussle
  17. Last time That I Checc Ft. YG – Nipsey Hussle
  18. Get Outlined – Black Thought (Streams Of Thought Vol.2: Cell’s 3rd Choice for Album Of The Year)
  19. Streets Ft. Tish Hyman – Black Thought
  20. The New Grit – Black Thought
  21. Summer On Lock Ft. Pusha T, Jadakiss x Fabolous – Royce Da 5″9 (The Book Of Ryan: Cell’s 2nd Choice for Album Of The Year)
  22. Caterpillar ft. Eminem – Royce Da 5″9
  23. Come Back Baby – Pusha T (DAYTONA: Cell’s 1st Choice for Album Of The Year)
  24. Santaria Ft. Valee – Pusha T
  25. What Would Meek Do Ft. Kanye West – Pusha T
  26. Ride Good Ft. B Smyth – Lightskinkeisha
  27. Have I Ever – Lili Caseley
  28. Luh Ya – Marsha Ambrosius
  29. 24-7 Ft. Ella Mai – Meek Mill

 ***It is our 60th episode special and for this episode, we are doing album cuts of our top 5 albums this year. We also featured new music from ODB, Ice Cube, Iamsu and much more! Next week, we shall be counting down the top 10 tracks of the year as well as our Cellflix and Chill special for the month! Ensure you stay tuned! ***It is our 60th episode special and for this episode, we are doing album cuts of our top 5 albums this year. We also featured new music from ODB, Ice Cube, Iamsu and much more! Next week, we shall be counting down the top 10 tracks of the year as well as our Cellflix and Chill special for the month! Ensure you stay tuned!

#CellJam – Episode 59 – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam – Episode 59 – #HipHop Mixshow

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Tracklist

Tracklist

  1. SwizzMontana – Swizz x French Montana
  2. Chase Down The Bully – Ice Cube
  3. What You About Ft. Wiz Khalifa, P-Lo x Berner – Iamsu
  4. Sh*t Real Ft. Tee Grizzley – Jay Rock
  5. Bad – Iamsu
  6. Cash Money – Solo Lucci
  7. Splashin – Rich Kid
  8. Spray Ft. Tyga x YG – Sneakk
  9. Good Form (Remix) Ft. Lil Wayne – Nicki Minaj
  10. FEUD Ft. Sherm – Abhi The Nomad
  11. BAE – O.T. Genesis
  12. Broken Homes Ft. Gunna, M Huncho x Nafe Smallz – The Plug
  13. Right Now – Rich Lowe
  14. Testimony – Kodak Black
  15. On Go – Chingy
  16. All On Me – Mike Jones
  17. Pull Up Ft. NAV – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
  18. Praise The Lord (Da Shine) Ft. Skepta – Asap Rocky
  19. SOI3 Ft. K Rino IM3 – Rass Kass
  20. Pay You Back Ft. 21 Savage – Meek Mill
  21. What Would Meek Do Ft. Pusha-T – Kanye West
  22. Cuddy – Jayme Shaye
  23. 24/7 Ft. Ella Mai – Meek Mill
  24. Going Bad Ft. Drake – Meek Mill
  25. Don’t Fall For It – Russ
  26. Ain’t Got No Haters Ft. Too Short – Ice Cube
  27. The Light – Jeremih x Ty Dolla Sign
  28. Gonna Love (Remix) Ft. Ghostface Killah, Method Man x Raekwon – Teyana Taylor
  29. Sep Ka Fet – Wyclef Jean

**On this episode, we feature new music from Ice Cube, IamSu, Jay Rock, O.T. Genasis and more! This episode was filled with music that were released in 2018 only. The coming weeks, we shall be doing a countdown of the top 5 albums this year as well as the top 5 singles this year! We shall also be doing the last CellFlix & Chill for the year. Ensure you stay tuned!

Meek Mill – Championships (Album Review)

Meek Mill – Championships (Album Review)

After being from probation after probation and quite possibly facing another jail time, Meek has been through it and through it all gave us consistent content. After a successful Legends of The Summer EP rollout,. he unveilded his Fourth studio album “Championships” and this is our take on it. More information regarding the album including track by track reactions, online streaming and a preferred tracklist is available here:
Song Credit: I wanna know – Jahlil Beats
I won’t run away – Orchestra
Track By Track Reaction!
***New feature to Cell Reviews where we give T-Cell’s first description to each track.

Intro:- I love the sample that Meek Mill uses in this track, he definitely lived up to the title of “The Intro King”, this track not only set the tone for what you are in for in the album but a great use of a classic track by Phil Collins however, to me it didnt sit well with the message that was being sent out. Nonetheless, it is definitely still a banger of a track and opened up the album in a stylish fashion. (7/10)
Trauma:- I loved how he compared the prison system as modern slavery, where blacks and Latinos or brown people are subjugated to being for sale in the prison system for just a low cost of $0.11 to big corporations. A great comparison to the slavery that occurred in the 1600s. (8/10)
Uptown Vibes:- A club record for sure, i liked the style in which he brought in by bringing in the Latin flava. I liked the instrumentation on this track but unfortunately, this was the song that showed that this album would be all over the place. (6/10)
On Me (Ft. Cardi B):- Loved the intrumental on this track, its completely fire and an ideal club record. I was quite impressed with Cardi’s verse as it matched the energy of Meek and done well in the record. I wonder who wrote that for her. (7/10)
What’s Free (Ft. Rick Ross x Jay Z):- Possibly the best song on the album, a very creative move to flip biggie’s classic track “Whats Beef” and turn it into a thought provoking track rather than the original threat of a song where one is educated to what beef is. This polar opposite still kept a great equilibrium without much of a change to the mood of the track. (9/10)
Respect The Game:- I like the way in which he broke down the unwritten rules of the game, this was possibly the only decent transition from “What’s Free” in terms of the topic to be discussed. (7/10)
Splash Warning:- This wasn’t a good track in my eyes, Meek Mill brought the energy but not particularly a club banger. Skip it or throw it away or do both. (4/10)
Championships:- I admire the message here which reflects why the title of the album is called “Championships”, it encourages young children to put down the drugs and epitomises his activist side of him of late. I like how he really highlighted what the media wont show and why he is a true champion, as well as others what make it out of that, I liked the instrumental on this also, it was really fitting to the message and quite motivational. (8/10)
Going Bad Ft. Drake:- wOOOOOOOO, I cannot believe this collaboration, since R.I.C.O., I have not heard this two on the same track and both of them finally ‘back 2 back’ like the cover of *pfft* I was too excited. This is a straight club banger, both the energies of Drake and Meek Mill were in harmony, and Drake also giving us a presentation of the different flows he is bring to the table was very impressive. (9/10)
Almost Slipped:-  When Meek makes a RnB track, it will be very memorable or just straight unbearable. Guess which this falls under, its the opposite of being able to bear something. Skip or throw away its up to you! (2/10)
Tic Tac Toes Ft. Kodak Black:- Not only did it come from an awful song but this just comes in way too hard ruining the mood that was set by the previous track, Kodak Black didnt do bad on the hooks but it was too much for me to follow up! (4/10)
24/7 Ft. Ella Mai:- This was the track that woke me up and lifted my mood, Ella Mai’s vocals as well as the flow and the smooth energy in which Meek Mill brought to this track, it really was memorable, like I said earlier, when Meek makes an R&B track, it can be a dud or just the best thing you heard and this is no exception. It will be on repeat until further notice. (9/10)
Oodles Noodles Babies:- This would be the second decent transition and this time it was well transitioned in terms of mood and retaining some of the elements from 24/7, it was quite smooth but the difference of topics doesn’t mask how untidy the album is having a conscious message like this come from no where but still a very good piece of work. (7/10)
Pay you back ft. 21 Savage:-
If you thought I was harsh with the criticism of “Splash Warning”, perhaps you can see how this track is just a million time better as a club hit than splash, play both tracks at a distance where you can still hear the wirds and the beat and you would understand (7/10)
100 Summers:- Average piece of work, I think this is the throw away black hole of this album where you may be compelled to skip back to back tracks! (5/10)
Wit The Sh*ts Ft. Melli – The lyricism in this track wasn’t actually bad, I especially liked the Kaepernick line. If I am honest, from Pay You Back, this section has been pretty consistent in terms of it being designed for the club. (6/10)
Stuck In My Ways:- If I was to compare Meek to a soccer player it would be Nicolas Anelka, starts off extremely well in a match, mid match, he disappears and is sluggish but in the end he always finishes strong and will get you that all important goal. Thats what this album has been like, he came in good in the end with some sort of flow and ended the club/street section quite well, it was a tidy finish. Still not a fan of the song but a real highlight to his consistency near the end. (6/10)
Dangerous Ft. PnB Rock x Jeremih:-
The third R&B track of the album and this was as good as 24/7 earlier, when I heard this on Legends Of The Summer I was very impressed, I can see why he saved it for the end but overall, I love the R&B features he brought to the album. (8/10)
Cold Hearted II:- Like I said very consistent in the end, the flow and mood from Pay you back has been consistent and to bring the album to a good end like this was good. I only wished he did this earlier. The track was a good outro once again epitomising why he is champion and that is via the lessons he has learnt, as well as the decisions he has made after learning these lessons! (7/10)

 

 

 

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Removed Tracks:
Wit The Sh*ts Ft. Melli
Almost Slipped
Splashed Warning

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#CellJam – Episode 58 – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam – Episode 58 – #HipHop Mixshow

**On this episode, we feature new music from MAS10, Mobb Deep, Saweetie, Rich The Kid! This episode was filled with music that were released in 2018 only. There are tracks you may have missed or forgotten throughout the course of this year. Well, here is a perfect chance for your memory to go for a jog!

Tracklist
Tracklist
1. Dopeness Ft. CL – Black Eyed Peas
2. BMT – Fredo
3. Sprinkle On Them Ft. Rick Ross – Ron O’Neal
4. That’s The Thing Ft. Melissa J – Mobb Deep
5. For All My N***as – Dave East x Styles P
6. Ends – Darrein Safron
7. Let Me Work Ft. Just Blaze – G-Eazy
8. Certified Ft. Jacquees – Tip
9. Swingin In Da Whip Ft. Giggs – Da Beatfreakz
10. Time Wastin – MAS1A x XXXSSS Tokyo
11. Broken Homes Ft. Gunna, M Huncho x Nafe Smallz
12. On God Ft. Belly – The Diplomats
13. Learned From Texas – BIG K.R.I.T.
14. Skrr Skrr – Dear Silas
15. Psalm 91 – kshr
16. Too Many – Saweetie
17. Wayo Hitta – Rich Lowe
18. Glorious – Big K.R.I.T.
19. Spark Ft. Jacquees – Trey Songz
20. No Stylist Ft. Drake – French Montana
21. It Ain’t Safe Ft. Young Lord – Skepta
22. Big Freak – Foreign
23. Ride Good Ft. B Smyth – LightSkinKeisha
24. 24-7 Ft. Ella Mai – Meek Mill
25. Going Bad Ft. Drake – Meek Mill
26. Metro Swipe – Daytona Starsky
27. I Got It Ft. E-40 – Fos
28. Now – Mike Smiff
29. Dreamcatcher Ft. Swae Lee x Travis Scott – Metro Boomin
30. World Girl Ft. Christian Ford – DJ Quik
31. Coffee Been – Travis Scott
32. Luh Ya – Marsha Ambrosius

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