I’ve watched Pizzle grow from his Pelicular mixtape to this point, and it’s amazing to see the progress he’s made. His “Fame in Vain” album was one of my favorite releases of last year, and this mixtape picks up right where that one left off, The production is solid all the way through, and it’s cool to see him collaborate with artists like Gerald Walker and Dee Phr3sh!, whose styles I wouldn’t really associate with Pizzle, but it works so well when you hear it. Download this tape via DatPiff.com
Also, check out the “How 2 Jack” video Pizzle released with this mixtape. This song is featured on “Insomnia”
You gotta appreciate when artists keep putting out amazing music. Pizzle is one of several artists that don’t seem to take a break, and these two new tracks are a sign of that. On the first, “N**** Embarrassed”, he’s straight up relentless. Personally, I think nobody should touch “N****s In Paris” by Kanye and Jay-Z. It’s too perfect. This track is an exception. Nobody ELSE should touch it though. The second track, “Live Like A King” features Rico Love, and sounds like it should have been on Pizzle’s “Fame In Vain” album, which he released earlier this year. Go listen to both of these tracks. Oh wait! You can do that right here:
The Euroclub has been working on some big things lately. This kinda flew under my radar, but once I got a chance to listen to it, I was really amazed at how the different sounds on this mixtape all came together. There’s a lot of big name Milwaukee talent on here throughout the whole tape, and it all flows. Click here or on the album cover to download this tape from the Euroclub.
Also, here’s the song that’s been stuck in my head from this tape. Deletah’s “This Sound Dope”
If you don’t know Pizzle by now, I strongly suggest that you download his “Fame In Vain” album for free. Do that. Like, now. You’ll be glad you did. In addition to that, you can hear his newest track, from his upcoming “Pelicular Mixtape 3″, due out in 2012. Try and keep up with “Snapback Music 2″ right here:
In light of the Packers’ win over Philadelphia, I feel like it is more than necessary to put this song up for you to enjoy. Although there have been a flurry of verses over Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow”, this is a standout, especially for Milwaukee. Pizzle and Prophetic have created “Green and Yellow”, a Packers themed track for the playoff run.
Update: Here is the official video for “Green And Yellow”, shot at Lambeau Field:
Here is the audio only, if you want that for some reason.
Side note: When the Packers won the Super Bowl in 1997, the radio stations were playing the “Packerena”, a take off on the Macarena. Can we please make this song the anthem for this year’s playoff run?