Today marks the 1 year anniversary of Michael Jackson‘s death. DJ Green Lantern has taken the time to compose this mix for Atlanta’s V-103 dedicated to the King Of Pop. He played it today but you can download it here.
Rest In Peace Michael, we still miss you.
Finally! DJ Green Lantern and Styles P have released their first official video featuring Dwayne Collins in “Send a Kite” off the upcoming collaboration album The Green Ghost Project.
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D-Block member Styles P and the Evil Genius DJ Green Lantern have announced a new album. The album is collectively named after their respective mixtape careers.
The album, which is entitled The Green Ghost Project, will hit stores November 17th. It’s being distributed through Invasion/The Orchard. The album features production from several mixtape deejays-turned-producers including Scram Jones, Statik Selektah and obviously DJ Green Lantern.
DJ Green Lantern’s lasting relationship with D-Block was a costly factor during the Jadakiss and 50 Cent beef. He was originally with Shady Records.
“Styles and I got together and made a monster,” said DJ Green Lantern of the project. Styles added, “Don’t call me ‘The Ghost’ right now, call me ‘The Green Ghost.’ It’s a different display of talent. We got together and brainstormed about it and it came out crazy.”
I can’t remember the last time someone’s label signing was so discussed or anticipated. There were rumors floating around that Drake would sign to Lil Wayne‘s Young Money way back when he was doing mixtapes with Weezy, but both camps denied it. Looking back on it it was probably a way to keep the speculation and hype going.
But today it was officially announced that Drake had signed the deal with Young Money/Cash Money and that his project would also be distributed by Universal.
Check out a video announcement after the jump with the likes of Bun B, Green Lantern, Talib Kweli, Irv Gotti and Trey Songz talking about Drake.
A bunch of rappers talking about abolishing record labels, at least in their current incarnation, for 50 minutes. Pretty interesting.
This is the full DVD featuring 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Chamillionaire, Bun B, Maino, DJ Drama, Young Buck, Juelz Santana, Green Lantern, Lil Scrappy, Jim Jones, Red Cafe, Mike Jones, Kid Capri and more.
UPDATE: Focus Media has instructed us to take this down, well, by instructed I mean they contacted our host and tried to have us shut down. Please keep in mind we actually didn’t host this file, we embedded it from BooBooTV, the site owned by 50 Cent. Now, embedding a file is not illegal, nor are we responsible for it. If we were, every time someone embedded a YouTube video they would be responsible for it, but no, it doesn’t work that way. So in short, instead of asking BooBooTV to take the file down, a site with a corporate backing and money behind it, they decided to attack us, a 100% independent non profit website; the easier target.
So, it has been removed. But if you want to watch it, it’s out there, just not here anymore… Sorry.
Here’s a video for Tyga‘s latest from his upcoming album The Introduction. This one will also be on his DJ Green Lantern mixtape called The Potential, coming soon, and we’ll have that for you when it drops too.