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Provjerite kratki teaser za nadolazeći spot Sodoma i komora zagrebačkog repera Kinde, člana Shpaolin-Malehico Rap kolektiva. Spot će premijerno izaći na blackouthiphop.com u nedjelju (23.03.).

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Legendary South Jamaica, Queens (and pioneers to mainstream hardcore hip hop), Onyx returns with their sixth studio album #Wakedafucup. The project which is entirely produced by German DJ Snowgoons, showcases the collective trio of Sticky Fingaz, Fredro Starr and Sonny Seeza more than 25 years after their entrance into the game with their sound remaining undated. Now you can stream Onyx’s first album in 10 years; which features ASAP Ferg, Sean Price, Makem Pay, Papoose, Cormega, Snak the Ripper, Reks and Dope D.O.D.

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Official video for Bishop Nehru’s new single, produced by Disclosure.

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Hit-Boy drops a new visual for the Nipsey Hussle assisted Alert.

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Redman says he and Method Man plan on doing a “Blackout! 3” and says he wants production from RZA, Erick Sermon and Rockwilder. The rapper also talks about plans for “Muddy Waters 2” and “How High 2.”

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As one-fifth of the group that “started this gangsta shit,” Compton’s own Antoine “DJ Yella” Carraby never was the most vocal on record. Until now.

Some 26 years following the release of Straight Outta Compton, the N.W.A legacy seems to be on track to become more relevant than ever before, continuing to laugh in the face of conservative mainstream commercialism similarly to way back then.

Recently nominated for entry into the class of 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and with a huge N.W.A biopic in the works courtesy of director F. Gary Gray, responsible for the commercial successes that were Friday, The Negotiator and Law Abiding Citizen, it would seem as though a whole new generation are about to be introduced to the men behind the attitude and Raiders caps—a force that hit the music industry with such velocity that it broke down doors for many Hip Hop artists today.

In this exclusive interview with HipHopDX, the most slept on member of N.W.A breaks his silence to speak regarding laying down the foundations for the self-proclaimed world’s most dangerous group and the production process behind the music that helped bring a then-relatively unknown musical genre, labeled by the mainstream as Gangsta Rap, from the swap meet to our stereos.

Yella discusses his early musical influences, the rise and fall of Ruthless Records following the acrimonious departure of Dr. Dre, and tells us why he never jumped from the sinking ship when asked by his fellow co-producer to follow him to Death Row, as well as what’s around the corner for Hip Hop’s very own fifth Beatle.

Read the interview HERE.

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Nardwuar interviews ScHoolboy Q at SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas.

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Off 50’s upcoming album Animal Ambition, coming out June 3rd.

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