Sunday, April 14, 2013
In typical Cocaine 80's fashion, No I.D. casually sent out "Congratulations," a new collaboration with Common.
On "Congratulations" Common tells the story of his best friend getting married in June to someone who might not be the right one for him. Did she smash the homie? Listen to find out.
Common ft. Cocaine 80s - "Congratulations" Lyrics
Sunday, January 13, 2013
I was up at 5:41 celebrating Delta's Centeniall (OO-OOP) and to make things better, I see a tweet from James Fauntleroy with the zip for Cocaine 80's The Flower Of Life. What more can you ask for on 1.13.13?
Download the project below which features "Fly Ass Pisces" and six other tracks by No I.D., Fauntleroy, Jhene Aiko, Common and more.
Download: Cocaine 80's - The Flower Of Life
Previously: Cocaine 80's ft. Jhene Aiko & Common - "Fly Ass Pisces"
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Cocaine 80s is always lowkey with their releases, so I'm excited I caught this track on Twitter. Now that Jhené Aiko is down with the Artium clique, she, No I.D., James Fauntleroy and co. have been making beautiful music together. Add extended family Common to the equation and you get "Fly Ass Pisces." Keep this one on repeat until Cocaine 80s drops its fourth project, Flower Of Life EP.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Finally, after teasing us with five tracks, Cocaine 80s releases their latest EP Express OG. They saved the most anticipated feature for last with the Common assisted "Motivation." Stream that track below, and hit the jump to download the EP in full!
Cocaine 80s ft. Common - Motivation
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Props to FSD
Previously: Cocaine 80s ft. Nas - Chain Glow
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Cocaine 80s have been tearing up the blogs lately, with their releases in the middle of the night. This time, No I.D., James Fauntleroy and the rest of the crew get a little help from none other than Mr. Nasty Nas on their latest leak "Chain Glow"
Monday, May 21, 2012
Here's another leak courtesy of Cocaine 80s. This one is called "This Can't Be A Crime," and features James Fauntleroy commanding the vocals. Let's get a project soon!
Props to FSD
Previously: Cocaine 80s - Take My Keys
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Another one! Cocaine 80s dropped another track in the middle of the night, and James Fauntleroy takes the reigns once again on "Take My Keys." Check out the acoustic track below, which has a familiar "Not No More" type sound, and be sure to hit the comments with your thoughts!
Cocaine 80s - Take My Keys
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Props to HHNM
Previously: Cocaine 80s - Queen To Be
Friday, May 18, 2012
G's. If you've been down with me since the early days, you know how I am Tyrone Biggums for Cocaine 80s. When I broke my iPod right before my long road trip, the first thing I did was burn a CD (don't judge me) of both The Pursuit and Ghost Lady for the drive.
This morning I wake up and what's on Twitter? A secretive link for a new track. Ladies and gentlemen, this shall be a beautiful Friday.
James Fauntleroy does what he does best on the quick fix "Queen To Be," and I'm hoping that the mysterious collective of No ID, Fauntleroy, Common, Makeba Riddick, and more drop an EP pretty soon...
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Previously: Cocaine 80s - Ghost Lady [FreEP]
Friday, October 21, 2011
James Fauntleroy, No I.D., Common and company are so cool that they just drop EPs out of nowhere as the Cocaine 80s. And the music is just exactly like their name--dope. I still play their first EP faithfully, and I've tried to put as many people on that project as possible (GUE Radio, Vol. 1 & Vol. 13)
For a preview of the Ghost Lady EP, listen to "Six" ft. Over which includes vocals from Common and James Fauntleroy.
To download the full EP, click HERE!
They even included the The Pursuit EP, in the Ghost Lady EP download, so you get two for the piece of none!
Friday, July 8, 2011
"Snitches get stitches" -Alice
Twitter and blogs have been buzzing for the past month talking about Cocaine 80s who dropped an EP seemingly out of nowhere. Who are they, you wonder? You're actually probably really familiar with them (or their work, at least). It's a collective consisting of: