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You’re witnessin’ a crazy rare headbop inevitable underground dopeness from the sewers of NYC by a superb and slept-on producer and rapper known as Godfather Don. Ever since his ’91 debut Hazardous, he’s been a creative force within NYC’s underground Hip-Hop scene.

For Your Ear was unreleased until 2010 when it appeared on Selections EP, released on
No Sleep Recordings and limited to 175 copies.

Produced by the man himself.

My apologies for absence, enjoy and stay tuned

On the remix of Xavier Wulf‘s “Check It Out” Skepta spits some bars and gives a grimey London taste to the track.

The Black Eyed Peas are back – with a visual to their new boom bap track “Street Livin” – as they used to do it in the late 90s.

The beef between Uncle Murda and Mad Skillz goes into another round as Murda drops “Why U Mad”.

Ghost Dog: The Way of The Samurai hit the indie circuit in 2000 and made a little bit of noise amongst genre fans. It starred Forest Whitaker, and was directed by Jim Jarmusch. Now, the pair are back, thanks to RZA. He is writing the sequel to Ghost Dog, and confirmed that Whitaker & Jarmusch have already signed on.

Jim Jarmusch, my good buddy, and Forest Whitaker, have both signed on with me and another writer named Dallas Jackson, to executive produce another Ghost Dog. And we already have something written. So maybe Ghost Dog will make its way back to the silver screen, or small screen.

RZA

Killah Priest & 4th Disciple dropped the mixtape Don’t Sit On The Speakers Vol. 1. It has a knack for ’70s break-beats, Disco, and park-jam classics. 4th chops them up, while Killah Priest delivers his trademark knowledge, vocabulary, and style. Raekwon appears, as does Ghostface Killah.

Download Don’t Sit On The Speakers Vol. 1 via DatPiff.

Dogg Pound in the building! Daz Dillinger & Kurupt unite for a new video single Ready 4 Some Action.

Is 3 the magic number for a rap crew? In this episode Murs breaks down why trios like The Fugees, Beastie Boys or Migos are that successful.

Complex’s Joe La Puma took Rich Chigga, now called Rich Brian, to Sneaker Shopping at Flight Club in LA, where he bought himself some fly kicks.

Phonte & Elzhi reunite on Destiny N Stereo, which also features Eric Roberson. The song belongs to Chris Dave & The Drumhedz, from their forthcoming LP set to be released in the end of January.

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