Jae Millz-Finish The Year Right Freestyle


This is surprisingly enjoyable. Millz goes in over some of the year’s most prominent beats, and really does pick some of 2010′s most recognisable, distinctive and popular productions in the hip-hop world: you’ll definitely recognise the vast majority. It makes for a nice summation of the better beats this year, and reminds you of a few great ones from earlier this year.

His raps aren’t bad at all either, and he adjusts to each beat with consumate ease, displaying the kind of skill that you wouldn’t really expect from a Young Money rapper. This is one the hip-hop heads can most certainly get into, as he’s got a much more likeable voice, flow and style to Wayne and the like. Really worth a listen.

Jae Millz-Finish The Year Right

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Jae Millz and Chris Brown-Green Gobblin Video

The audio was actually liberated over 6 months, so to say this is overdue is an understatement. Having said that, I doubt many of us were having sleepless nights about it, though admittedly this may now be revived as a bit of a guilty pleasure track for me.

It’s fairly brainless mainstream hip-hop, but there’s something oddly addictive about the production, which provides an upbeat bounce that would go down well in clubs. Chris Brown’s verse is probably the highlight as far as the verses go, though none of them are exactly going to win any wordplay awards.

Audio is available here.

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Lil' Wayne and Young Money-YM Salute


I lied a little: it’s not the entire Young Money crew, but is the majority of them.

Lil’ Twist, Lil’ Chuckee, Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz and Nicki Minaj are the guests on the latest leak from Wayne’s upcoming ‘album’, and it’s not a bad one if I’m honest. Certainly not as pop-sounding as their previous collective tracks (Bedrock…), and gives each rapper a chance to be a little more aggressive. Minaj comes through with a good hook on this one, adding another skill to her repetoire with a well-delivered, catchy centrepoint.

Lil’ Wayne-YM Salute ft. Lil’ Twist, Lil’ Chuckee, Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz and Nicki Minaj

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Jae Millz - It's On [Video]

Some more visuals for your eyes, this time from Jae Millz. This is a track I really am a big fan of and is taken from his decent mixtape, Dead Presidents. Audio for this can be taken from that mixtape, or from clicking here.

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Jae Millz/Lore'l - For My


Young Money’s Jae Millz goes in hard on this very good beat (by Jahlil Beats). Quite liking Jae Millz recent stuff, I didn’t think too much of him before, but his slick punchlines are starting to win me over.

Jae Millz – Lore’l – For My

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Jae Millz - It's On


Possibly the next to blow from Lil’ Wayne’s infamous Young Money team – New York rapper Jae Millz brings us a new track which has him reminiscing about his past and present situation. Nice beat to compliment the subject matter and punchlines that’ll keep you interested in what he has to say. Looking forward to seeing what Lil’ Wayne has planned for him, considering the lack of success New York’s next generation have had over the last several years.

Jae Millz – It’s On

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Quick Blast: Jae Millz and Chris Brown


I’d normally save a mainstream track like this for R&B Fridays, but upon listening to it I realised it probably wouldn’t fit there. Why you ask? Because this is pretty much a hip-hop song, with Chris Brown not singing at all and instead just rapping. Some of his flows are actually decent too, worth checking out just for that.

Jae Millz-Green Gobblin ft. Chris Brown

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Joell Ortiz and Saigon


DJ Kay Slay grabs these two hip-hop heavy hitters (and Young Money’s Jae Millz) for another leak (leaky bucket syndrome: see below) from his upcoming album.

Feeling this beat, and Joell’s opening verse is very good. Jae Millz isn’t completely terrible, but definitely gets overshadowed by the two rappers around him as Saigon comes in and does his thing as ever. Liking some of Sai’s rhyming patterns on this one, good job.

DJ Kay Slay-God Forgive Me ft. Joell Ortiz, Saigon and Jae Millz

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