Lloyd Banks takes the high road and decides to quiet the recent rumors surrounding the G-Unit rapper by releasing some new music called “Run This Town,” featuring Vado. Hopefully this is a sign that we’ll be receiving the Boy Wonder’s V6 project sometime soon.

Vado gives us that head nod in the whip music on his latest track, “Harlem.” The track wraps up Cam’ron and Vado’s #UNLostFiles series and is featured on the compilation mixtape of the same name. Check it out what Harlem has to offer after the jump.

Harlem rapper Vado gets another track for self in “What Lies Beneath,” the last drop from Cam’Ron’s #UNLostFiles this week. Hypnotizing synth and sharp drums courtesy of araabMUZIK. Still want to know what’s good with Vado’s Interscope album, though. Cam’Ron and Vado’s latest collaborative album, More Gunz, Less Butta, is out June 5th. Listen to […]

The #UNLostFiles comes to an end with three new songs courtesy of Cam’Ron adn Vado. In addition to the original tracks that dropped earlier this month,  “After That Paper,” “Ain’t Gonna Happen,” (prod. by Mark Henry) and “Harlem” (prod. by araabMUZIK) complete the entire mixtape. Hit the jump for the full download.

Vado continues to clean out the attic with the continuation of the #UNLostFiles, a series of loose tracks recorded by both Vado and Cam’Ron. Slimes is the latest of those efforts recorded by Vado himself and produced by 1/2 of D-Wirks, Beewirks.

“Where the heauxs at?” That’s what Cam’ron and Vado inquire on “Panasonic”, the twelfth  installment of Killa Cam’s #UNLostFiles series. The two represent their gaudy Haw’lem lineage to a tee on this one. Check the track out after the jump.

Cam’Ron drops another gem for his #UNLostFiles series entitled “Where The Mali At.” Here, Killa Cam enlists Vado to ask a golden question. While we can’t say that we wholeheartedly endorse the topic, we can say that Cam’ron continues to release heaters. Check out and download “Where The Mali At” after the jump. Where the water at?

Today’s #UNLostFiles comes from Vado with “14 Bricks.” No Cam’Ron, no problem. It seems like just yesterday when this guy was really one of the hottest young rappers in NYC. Hit the jump to see if he still got it. 

Killa Cam continues with us #UNLostFiles today, this time he takes a stab at Biz Markie’s classic ode to being “Just A Friend.” Take a listen to the record with Vado and Sen City after the jump. And of course, thank the internets for the daily Cam’Ron Gif.

A phrase popularized by Charlamagne The God (and quite honestly, Twitter as a whole) has now been immortalized into a song by Vado. That ever important question to your thirsty lady friend now has a theme song, check it out after the jump.

With Cam’Ron dropping a song a day for 30 days its only right he drops a record like this just in time for 4/20. These records are very refreshing and he hasn’t dropped the ball on any of the records yet. Check it out after the jump. 

The Hip-Hop generation in 2012 is as gluttonous as any genre in music. Today’s successful MC is one who can stay relevant in all facets including great music, social media awareness, touring, and so on. However, the downside about that is one day you can be on top of the world and the next day we […]