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Kolexxxion is out on Monday.

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DJ Premier sure has come along way as a producer since this interview with his partner Guru on Yo! MTV Raps during the release of the album “Hard To Earn”. In this short clip he speaks with Doctor Dre & T-Money about the few side projects he had at the time as a producer who was on the verge of being heavily in demand. It’s funny to see Premier barely able to think of only 4 projects he was involved in then, when year later in 2012 we are able to look back in perspective on his heavyweight catalog. The year of 1994 contains some outstanding side production work by Premier which we can revisit, including Notorious B.I.G.’s “Unbelievable”, his work on “Illmatic” and Fat Joe’s This Shit Is Real Remix.

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At a recent show, Thisis50.com caught up with the Rza, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa, and U-God where they spoke about past glory of the Wu-Tang Clan and maintaining their humble methodology.

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Nakon 8 godina repanja vinkovački MC Ganga je završio prvi spot u suradnji sa DeYom BTC. Kroz navedeno razdoblje našao se na mnoštvu mixtapeova širom balkana te je sam zavšio i dva solo albuma. Nakon demo izdanja Tko je to (2008) i EP (2009) red je za novi album u boljoj produkciji i u cjelosti preko autorskih matrica.

Pjesmu možete skinuti ovdje.

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New single from the forthcoming album Underground Superstar, available May 8th on Soulspazm records.
Punchline & DJ Soulclap will also be performing at Fresh Island Festival (Zrce, Novalja) in New Yorker corner.

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The late, great Ol’ Dirty Bastard is getting immortalized on the silver screen. Entertainment Weekly reports that the Joaquín Baca-Asay-directed film will be called Dirty White Boy, and will star Michael K. Williams who played Omar in The Wire. (Baca-Asay was the cinematographer for the video for Jay-Z’s 99 Problems.)
The film focuses on the relationship between Ol’ Dirty Bastard and his manager, Jarred Weisfeld, during the last years of ODB’s life. No word yet on when the film will go into production. According to Entertainment Weekly, both Weisfeld and ODB’s mother, Cherry Jones, approve of the project.

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