Tag Archives: The Throne

Video: Jay-Z & Kanye West- “Niggas in Paris”

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Finally, after months of repeated listens and frequent radio plays, one of 2011’s hottest singles and QM’s favorite songs gets a video. “Niggas in Paris,” which HOVA and Weezy notoriously played up to 10 times during last year’s Watch The Throne tour, is a momentous proclamation of narcissism and excessiveness. The video matches that. Packed with seizure-inducing […]


The Best 50 Albums of 2011

Quit Mumbling's Best Albums of 2011

The best albums are much more than a collection of stand out songs. Like anything successful, a great album finds multiple parts coming together as one; accomplishing moods, textures, and developments not possible by any one singular piece. The best albums force you to take a step back, to not only look at each moment […]

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The 100 Best Songs of 2011 (50-1)

Quit Mumbling's Best Songs of 2011 (50-1)

Sure, a top songs list can never not be subjective, but these selections meant the most to us over the year of 2011. The following tracks brought every minute of joy to a new high, and every moment of heartache a bit of solace. These are the songs that kept us writing throughout the year, […]

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The Staff Picks of 2011

You should have seen the deliberation room after we finished the lists.  Papers scattered across the floor, blood and coffee stains on the carpet, I think at one point Kenny threw his laptop at Stuart (it just barely missed).  But it makes sense, because each one of us are so passionate about the music we […]

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PESO // A QM Mixtape

The third quarter of the year saw the release of some epic mainstream rap albums (Watch the Throne, Tha Carter IV), the return of otherwise absent rappers (Writing on the Wall 2) and the culmination of internet buzz into real buzz for some QM favorites (ASAP Rocky will be joining Drake and Kendrick Lamar on […]

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Jay-Z & Kanye West (The Throne)- “New Day” (Produced by RZA)

Jay-Z & Kanye West-

Kanye West will always be the first to criticize himself. If he does not speak about his problems to his audience, the media will tell them anyway. The same cannot usually be said about Jay-Z. The self proclaimed “best rapper alive” would usually be heard rapping about his successes, his talents, and his musical dominance. […]

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July Mixtape

Compiling our favorite posts from July ended up being more than a daunting task. Since the thought process became a big enough head ache, we seriously considered throwing nearly every song and artist covered for thirty days into a two part mix series. It almost happened, but since we strive to only curate the best […]

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