Posts Tagged ‘Chris Webby’

Webby really is “as nice as he says he is.” This is by far my favorite Webby song. You can always depend on Christian to come up with some insane metaphors, but going over Mt. Eden’s Sierra Leone dubstep puts this song over the top. This track comes off Webby’s fourth mixtape, The Underclassmen, which is nice from the first track to the last. If you are a fan of this dubstep, check out XV’s 30,000 Feet Up in the Sky, which isn’t as good as Webby’s version but is still worth a listen.


Mr. Ninja Wrapper himself, Chris Webby, dropped the video for Block to the Burbs off of his most recent mixtape, Webster’s Laboratory, yesterday. To be honest, I am kind of surprised that Webby chose this song out of all the ones on his mixtape, although it was nice to get visuals for Freeway‘s solid verse. Personally, I would have preferred to see Roger That, if only to see Danimal Lector (the artist formerly known as Knowledge) spit venom. Oh well, this is still a solid choice for the Connecticut MC.

Good sample + good story = good listening. G-Eazy released this track/video in anticipation of his new mixtape, Endless Summer, which comes out tomorrow at 1:00 PM EST. The whole idea behind the mixtape is to sample songs with a 50’s/60’s feel to them, which should be fun listening. In this track, G-Eazy samples the 1961 classic, Runaround Sue, by Dion. If you are a fan of this sample, check out Chris Webby’s take on it, Runaround Web, which appeared on his Best in the Burbs mixtape. More on Endless Summer is sure to come once I get a chance to check it out.