Monday, July 13, 2009

TRiFe DieSeL & TaPeMaSTeRs iNc. PReSeNT: "The PRoJeCT PoPe MiXTaPe"...

Here`s some new music from Trife Diesel & Tapemasters Inc., BaNG`n ish indeed! I`m DiGG`n quite a few of these tracks, especially "Speed Of Light" with B.O.B. & Inspectah Deck, "Biscuits" with Ghostface & "Think It Over" which features Termanology. Check it out y`all & enjoy...

Trife Diesel & Tapemasters Inc. - The Project Pope Mixtape
Label: N/A
Released: 2009

1. I`m Saying It Now
2. War Scarz
3. 85 Hip Hop
4. Biscuits {ft. Ghostface killah}
5. War
6. Hustle Hard
7. The World Is A Ghetto
8. Blockstars {ft. Lounga Lo}
9. Grew Up Hard
10. Think It Over {ft. Termanology}
11. Beefing For Nothing
12. Fyuz {ft. Termanology & Sun God}
13. Speed Of Light {ft. B.O.B. & Inspectah Deck}
14. State To State
15. The Game Don`t Change
16. Miguel Sanchez

Here`s a lil` info` on Trife for those that wanted to know about the homie (I didn`t write it)...


Inspired by and growing up around the most influentital Hip Hop groups
of all time, Wu-Tang Clan, Trife caught a glimpse early on of how to
master the craft and become a standout MC. It was only a matter of time
before legendary Ghostface Killah took him under his wing and began
featuring him on albums. Since then Trife has had the opportunity to be
heard on all 5 Ghostface albums since "Supreme Clientele", in addition to
putting out an album with Ghostface titled "Put It On The Line" as well as
the posse driven "718" by Theodore Unit (Ghostface, Cappadonna, Trife,
Wiggs and Solomon Childs). Since his introduction to the die-hard Wu
fans around the world, Trife has been considered one of the most lyrical,
flow-driven MCs to ever come out of the camp. He has traveled the
world numerous times on tour with legends such as Rakim, Big Daddy
Kane, Ghostface, Raekwon, Method Man, and countless more. All the
while recording and dropping countless mixtapes with J-Love and
others. His most recent effort goes above and beyond anything from the
past with production from Mental Instruments and more.
Trife's lyrics and sound capture the energy of songs from Biggie and
Tupac's era; filled with stories and descriptions rarely articulated as well
in today's Hip Hop music. He's been working so hard for so long, his release is properly titled "Better Late Than Never". The music on
this project is exactly what people have been waiting to hear
from a qualified and gifted artist such as Trife. Fans that have
been waiting for this album since 2000 will not be let down. Trife
has crafted a classic album both for old and new fans of Hip Hop...


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