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#trueOGseries Season 4, Episode 11 – 🔮Friday the 13th🧿

The "Podcast like a Mixtape" featuring music from Jamo Gang, DJ Premier, Slug, Dom Dirtee, Lil' Fame, Teflon, Conway, Wheezy, Nav, Lil' Baby, French Montana, KRS One, 9th Wonder, Buckshot, Sean Price, Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, Conway, Ras Kass, Masta Ace, Snowgoons, Ghostface Killah, Ill Bill, Aspects, Sick Jacken, Smif-N-Wesson, Gang Starr, Skyzoo, Onyx & Lucky Don. November 13th, 2020.




01.) Catching Wreck Freestyle by Sun Zulu
02.) The 1st Time (feat. DJ Premier & Slug) by Jamo Gang
03.) Kill Switch (feat. Lil’ Fame & Teflon) by Dom Dirtee
04.) 187th Chamber by Conway
05.) Don’t Need Friends by Wheezy x Nav x Lil’ Baby
06.) True OG Break # 1
07.) ‘Til The Day I Die by French Montana
08.) Hip Hop vs Rap by KRS One
09.) Throwin’ Shade by 9th Wonder & Buckshot
10.) No Reason by Sean Price
11.) True OG Break # 2
12.) Birthplace by Moneybagg Yo & Blac Youngsta
13.) Paranoid by Conway
14.) Culture Vulture (feat. Masta Ace) by Ras Kass
15.) Killaz Supreme (feat. Ghostface Killah, ILL Bill, Aspects & Sick Jacken) by Snowgoons
16.) The ALL by Smif-N-Wesson
17.) True OG Break # 3
18.) The Squeeze by Gang Starr
19.) Liquor & Sneakers by Skyzoo
20.) PunkMuthaPhukaz (Extended Unreleased Version) by Onyx
21.) My Son by Lucky Don
22.) True OG Outro

Indie/Hustler Spotlight


The producer known as Cenius is an abstract musical painting. Based in Philadelphia and known to many also as Andrew, I’m not sure how I first came across the Cenius’ sounds. What I do remember, however, is how his productions made me feel. He creates unique melodies and layers them with harmonies that give his beats life. These polyrhythms are original, addictive scores that you can incorporate into your everyday living.

Check out Cenius’ new release Mix on all DSPs and support the youngin’ today.

Mike-Mike ZOME

Baltimore based Emcee/Producer/Gamer Mike-Mike ZOME is as unique as they come. Known for fierce lyrics and unparalleled energy, I first became aware of his music back in high school. He really made his name on the Baltimore Club scene which takes the repetition of House music and amps it up a notch with our lifestyle & stories of the streets. (Jersey & Philly Club comes from Baltimore’s Club music and Baltimore’s is from that pioneering Chicago House music scene)

When you need to dumb out, this is that ignorant sh*t you listen to, so check out Mike-Mike ZOME and support creative talent.

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