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Consequence Gets Cinematic on “Movies on Demand” (Mixtape Listen & Download)

Posted by Nathan S. on 03/16/10 | Filed under Top Stories, Downloads, Mixtapes, Consequence
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Earlier today I compared Consequence to Shane Battier (they're both blue collar ballers) but the more I thought about it the comparison didn't really work. Battier makes his living on the defensive end, while Consequence has more of an offensive lyrical game. Instead I'm now going with James Posey, the hidden secret to the Celtics recent championship. While everyone was focused on the big names (Garnett/Pierce/Allen/Kanye) it was Posey's ability to do a little bit of everything, including making some big baskets, that pushed the Celts over the top. Similarly, while Cons may never be the biggest of big name rappers, the man can do a little bit of everything (club bangers, underground joints, etc.) and has the potential to turn out the occasional hit single.

What's that? You don't give a fu*ck about my obsession with rapper/baller analogies? Fine. After seventy billion leaks Cons intensely dope new project "Movies on Demand" is finally here. Containing guest verses from the likes of Common, Talib Kweli, Pharoahe Monch, Rick Ross and more, "Movies on Demand" is designed to build hype around Cons upcoming "Cons TV" album, set to drop later this year. Enjoy.

Download link and mixtape preivew is below the tracklist:
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Grab some popcorn, turn down the lights and start watching the project's stand out tracks, "Childish Games" ft. Asher Roth and "Don't Stand So Close to Me" ft. Styles P right now below.

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Play Consequence - Childish Games

Play Consequence ft. Styles P - Don't Stand So Close To Me

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