Episode 2 of their sit down with Scarface, the conversation picks up at Scarface talking about Tupac and how he feels he could have saved him from the drama he found himself in. He then goes on to say the East Coast vs. West Coast feud was good for hip-hop until things got out of hand and became more than rap, and says he could’ve also saved Mike Tyson years ago and how he would’ve gone about doing so.
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Swedish producer/deejay duo Create & Devastate present their single, “Most Confident,” featuring west coast mic technicians Wildchild and MED, taken from their May 21st extended play project of the same title.
Violent hip-hop generally falls into three distinct categories: gun clapping, physical beating, or slasher flick-style horrorcore songs. M.O.P., Grand Daddy I.U. and Big L prefer to reign down hot lead on all “foes and enemies,” while Kool G Rap and The Convicts subscribe to the belief that a punch in the face can solve all of the world’s problems. Meanwhile, serial killers and cannibals are the violent protagonists of choice for Esham, Gangsta N.I.P. and the Gravediggaz. We’ll explore these all in depth herein.
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No words can adequately describe J.Rocc’s set on the MikiDz Show this Monday. In his typical fashion, The World Famous Beat Junkie mixed acapellas, remixes, instrumentals and originals in ways we’ve never heard. After a 90 minute journey through hip hop, funk, reggae and more, J.Rocc spoke his mind on topics including Kendrick Lamar, performing overseas, working with J Dilla and more. We might also add that J.Rocc displayed some badass dance moves that were equally as entertaining as his set.
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