Jadakiss “The Champ Is Here: Kiss My Ass” Mixtape Download & Stream
Jadakiss releases his Official Mixtape The Champ Is Here: Kiss My Ass, Hosted by DJ Green Lantern. The 18-track tape has Features from Styles P, Barrington Levy, Kokane and Kartoon. Production is handled by DJ Green Lantern, Phoenix, Dirty O and more.
Jason Phillips (born May 27, 1975), better known as Jadakiss, is an American rapper. He is a member of the group The LOX. (a member of the hip hop collective Ruff Ryders) Jadakiss is one of the three owners of the imprint known as D-Block Records. In early 2007, Jadakiss signed to Roc-a-Fella Records / Def Jam Records. Jadakiss has also released three studio albums with the most recent being The Last Kiss (2009). Recently he has been releasing mixtapes and plans to release his fourth studio album Top 5, Dead or Alive in 2014.
The first The Champ Is Here mixtape was a rare example of both a modern rap mixtape that works like an album, and a full-length Jadakiss project that’s good all the way through.. And I’m happy to report that the sequel keeps the same high level of quality. Jadakiss has one of the most recognizable voices in hip-hop, and when he puts his mind to it, he can write some of the best battle rhymes and thug rap lyrics in the game. His grimey New York flow hasn’t changed a bit since he appeared on Biggie‘s “Last Days” and a bunch of Bad Boy singles over 10 years ago, and his rapping shines all over The Champ Is Here: Kiss My Ass.
The Last Kiss is the third studio album from rapper Jadakiss, released April 7, 2009 on D-Block Records, Ruff Ryders Entertainment, Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings, after numerous delays. Jadakiss has released 3 music videos for the singles “By My Side“, “Can’t Stop Me” and “Who’s Real“. The song “Grind Hard” was also used by Rick Ross but it is an earlier version of the song. Guest appearances on the album are made by Faith Evans, Swizz Beatz, Bobby V, Pharrell Williams, OJ da Juiceman, Sheek Louch, Mary J. Blige, Styles P, Ghostface Killah, Ne-Yo, Raekwon, Young Jeezy, D-Block, U.S.D.A., Lil Wayne, Blood Raw, & Avery Storm. Production of the album is handled by The Alchemist, Buckwild, Swizz Beatz, Neo da Matrix, The Neptunes, Baby Grand, Eric Hudson, Needlz, Sean C & LV & many more.
If you haven’t heard the original The Champ Is Here mixtape with DJ Green Lantern and Big Mike, I suggest you dig into someone’s hard drive and find that because that is one of Jadakiss’ most memorable tapes to date. Some people even argued how much better that mixtape was compared to his album. The way Jadakiss verbally pillaged the track “Child Abuse” on The Champ Is Here: Kiss My Ass made it hard to make it past this point, even after the DJ Green Lantern bring-backs. “The People” with Styles P also showcases the verbal spit from these two in true D-Block fashion. Everything from “Hard Times” to “Big Dogg Status” and even when he switches the vibe (see: “West Coast Kiss”), Jadakiss is in top form. I’m not sure how this measures up against The Champ Is Here, but regardless, DJ Green Lantern brings the best out of artists. The Champ Is Here: Kiss My Ass is sure to be on heavy rotation for some time. Follow on Twitter @Therealkiss @DJGREENLANTERN @MedievalBeatz Beats For Sale
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